Show #2513 - Wednesday, July 5, 1995

Isaac Segal game 2.

Contestants

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Dan Schay, a theater producer and director from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Nancy Robertson, a director of administration from Portola Valley, California

Isaac Segal, an advertising creative director from Cherry Hill, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

LIFE SCIENCE
TELEVISION
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
1994
SEWING
VOCABULARY
    $100 1
The taste buds that sense sweetness are on the tip of this organ
    $100 21
Michael, Jackie, Marlon, Jermaine & Tito did their own voices on the '70s cartoon show about these brothers
    $100 16
In 1972 the mayor of Burbank, Illinois limited trick or treating on this holiday
    $100 11
Los Angeles was hit by a major one January 17
    $100 26
Some archaic versions of this sewing device had hooks rather than eyes to hold the thread
    $100 6
When used to mean a road, pike is short for this
    $200 2
Crowns put on front teeth are often made of porcelain; those put on back teeth, of this precious metal
    $200 22
From 1952-54 "The Adventures of" this husband & wife played both on TV and radio
    $200 17
The last Monday in March is Seward's Day in this state
    $200 12
With one strike this sport was out of commission August 12, 1994
    $200 27
Thread made of this fiber is often mercerized, giving it greater strength & affinity for dye
    $200 7
Members of this military group are called leathernecks
    $300 3
A week or two after the bite of an Anopheles mosquito, this disease's symptoms may appear
    $300 23
This John Ritter series that debuted in 1977 was based on the British TV series "Man About the House"
    $300 18
Maundy Thursday falls 3 days before this religious holiday
    $300 13
In December 1994 the Pacific island nation of Palau became its 185th member
    $300 28
This is sewing together 2 pieces of fabric with padding between, perhaps to make a bed cover
    $300 8
This word can mean a type of small deer or the eggs of a fish
    $400 4
Chinese restaurant syndrome is a short-lived illness caused by eating this flavor enhancer
    $400 24
This actor refused his Oscar in 1971 but accepted an Emmy one month later for "The Price"
    $400 19
Each May this small Arizona community celebrates Wyatt Earp Days
    $400 14
On July 17 Brazil became the first country to win this trophy a fourth time
    $400 29
Ebenezer Butterick is said to have invented the tissue paper type of this
    $400 9
This 3-letter word can refer to smoked salmon or liquid oxygen
    $500 5
About 1 in 400 African-Americans has this hereditary disease affecting the hemoglobin
    $500 25
At the end of each "Mork & Mindy" episode, Mork reported to this Orkan superior
    $500 20
This Christmas flower named for an American diplomat is honored on December 12
    DD: $1,000 15
2 of the 3 people the U.S. sent to Haiti September 17, 1994 to negotiate a settlement
    $500 30
Term for a strip of fabric sewn with examples of different stitches, often in silk thread
    $500 10
The name of this common device for regulating the flow of a liquid comes from Latin for "false"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Isaac Nancy Dan
$3,500 $700 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Isaac Nancy Dan
$5,100 $2,200 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

POLITICIANS
EUROPE
DANCE
SCULPTURE
WORLD HISTORY
ALL ABOUT AUTHORS
    $200 1
Throughout the '70s, this Arizona senator's son Barry Jr. was a U.S. representative from California
    $200 16
Over protests from Vaclav Havel & others, this nation split into 2 states January 1, 1993
    $200 26
A 1981 version of this ballet featured Dame Margot Fonteyn as Lady Capulet
    $200 21
In Egyptian sculpture, a hieracosphinx has a hawk's head & this animal's body
    $200 6
In 220 this country's Han dynasty was overthrown, beginning the period of disunity
    $200 11
He dedicated "Moby Dick" to his friend Nathaniel Hawthorne
    $400 2
He was Speaker of the Mass. House of Rep. 1948-1952 & Speaker of the U.S. House 1977-1987
    $400 17
Charles Garnier, who designed the Paris Opera House, built the famous casino here in 1878
    $400 30
The name of the Israeli dance Mayim, Mayim means this liquid, this liquid
    $400 22
A museum in Ogdensburg, New York is devoted to this artist famous for his Wild West bronzes
    $400 7
In 1920 the League of Nations gave this neighboring country a mandate over the territory of Namibia
    $400 12
"The Remains of the Day" author Kazuo Ishiguro was a grouse beater for this grandmother of Prince Charles
    $600 3
Indicted on 17 felony counts, this longtime Illinois representative was defeated for reelection in 1994
    $600 18
In 1973, after a 23-year reign, this country's King Gustav VI died at age 90
    $600 29
The name of the gavotte, a dance from this country, is from Provencal for "mountain dweller"
    $600 23
Luca Della Robbia specialized in sculpture made of this ceramic material whose name is Italian for "baked earth"
    $600 8
In 1025 Boleslaw I became this country's first king but died within the year
    $600 13
These brothers studied law at the University of Marburg before they started collecting folk tales
    $800 4
This senator who represented Maine from 1959 to 1980 was later a member of the Tower Commission
    $800 19
It's the westernmost country of continental Europe
    $800 28
Vernon & Irene Castle popularized the "hesitation" style of this ballroom dance
    DD: $1,500 24
Many of the figures Degas modeled in clay or this substance were cast in bronze after his death
    DD: $2,500 9
In July 1977 the military took over this nation & Gen. Zia ul-Haq became chief martial law administrator
    $800 14
This author of "Gorky Park" once wrote Western novels under the pseudonym Jake Logan
    $1000 5
The last political post William Jennings Bryan held was Secretary of State under this president
    $1000 20
This large German city on the Elbe River was the birthplace of Felix Mendelssohn & Johannes Brahms
    $1000 27
Some movements in the baile grande, a type of this Andalusian dance, resemble classical Hindu dance
    $1000 25
In the 1430s Donatello sculpted dancing cherubs for the Singing Gallery of the Duomo in this city
    $1000 10
In 1579 the Union of Utrecht was formed with this prince of Orange as its leader
    $1000 15
He managed the publicity for such films as "Pinocchio" before he wrote "The Manchurian Candidate"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Isaac Nancy Dan
$8,400 $5,200 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY OPERAS
Operas based on this author's works include "Il Talismano", "Il Templario" & "La Prigione d'Edimburgo"

Final scores:

Isaac Nancy Dan
$16,799 $5,200 $0
2-day champion: $26,800 + Jeopardy! Sports Edition video game + Jeopardy! '92 home game 2nd place: a trip to the Pennsylvania Poconos+ Jeopardy! Sports Edition video game + Jeopardy! '92 home game 3rd place: a Sanyo 31" TV + Jeopardy! Sports Edition video game + Jeopardy! '92 home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Isaac Nancy Dan
$9,400 $5,200 $6,900
28 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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