Show #1985 - Friday, April 2, 1993

David Juliano game 2.

Contestants

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Arthur Stephenson, a construction inspector originally from Fulton, New York

Kevin Porter, a software consultant from Guelph, Canada

David Juliano, a casino dealer from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,000)

Jeopardy! Round

THE WAR OF 1812
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
WORD ORIGINS
STATE CAPITALS
TRAFFIC SIGNS
POTPOURRI
    $100 9
He watched the 1814 bombardment of Fort McHenry from a British ship & wrote a poem about it
    $100 21
Almost always played in pairs, these rattles originated among the Indians of South America
    $100 13
This term for a copy or reproduction is from the Latin meaning "to make similar"
    $100 1
It was named for Hertford, England
    $100 26
When drawing a stop sign, stop after this many sides
    $100 5
The pattern of the fibrous tissue in wood, it's tough to go against it
    $200 17
At the time of the war, Britain was involved in a long-standing struggle with this country
    $200 22
Instead of having valves like a trumpet, a trombone has this to alter the pitch
    $200 4
December, decimal & decimate all come from the Latin word for this
    $200 2
This capital city of Maine lies on both sides of the Kennebec River
    $200 27
A truck pictured in silhouette on a wedge shape indicates this
    $200 8
Staves are bound to form one of these containers of rather fun monkeys
    $300 18
On June 1, 1812 this president asked Congress to declare war on Great Britain
    $300 23
Popular with amateur musicians, the recorder is a type of this woodwind
    $300 14
Some believe the word gimmick began as gimac, an anagram of this
    $300 3
Originally called Edwinton, it was renamed in 1873 to honor Germany's "Iron Chancellor"
    $300 28
It's the symbol in common to no right turn, winding road & one way signs
    $300 10
Completes the title of the Strauss waltz "Tales from the..."
    $400 19
The most important U.S. naval victories were MacDonough's on Lake Champlain & his on Lake Erie
    $400 24
A long-necked lute called the samisen is a popular instrument of this country
    $400 15
This sport derives its name from the word association, as in association football
    $400 6
Founded by gold prospectors, it's situated about 5,280 feet above sea level
    $400 29
The sign showing a man walking between 2 lines usually has this 7-letter abbreviation
    $400 11
The gray wolf can also be found lumbering around under this name
    $500 20
In April 1813 Americans briefly captured this capital of Upper Canada, then called York
    $500 25
The 1978 hit "Feels So Good" features Chuck Mangione on this brass instrument
    DD: $600 16
Meaning vain & above oneself, this adjective comes from the Middle French for "high"
    $500 7
The Confederate States of America were founded in this capital city on February 4, 1861
    $500 30
National guide signs for motorist services are blue; guide signs for directions, this color
    $500 12
The object in this Scottish Highland game is to make sure the log leaves your hands & travels straight

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

David Kevin Arthur
$2,000 $500 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Kevin Arthur
$1,800 $2,600 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
THE MIDDLE EAST
ARTISTS
POLITICIANS
SHAKESPEARE
FILE UNDER "H"
    $200 10
Measured in ohms, it's the R in Ohm's law, V=IR
    $200 30
After Beirut, Tarabulus is this country's largest city
    $200 27
Nicola Pisano sculpted a splendid Gothic pulpit for this city's baptistery near the Leaning Tower
    $200 11
In 1973 Lindy Boggs became the first woman elected to the house from this "Bayou State"
    $200 4
This play about a Moor was inspired by a tale in Cinthio's "Hecatommithi"
    $200 17
This part of a hog's hind leg that includes the hip, thigh & knee may be cured
    $400 1
Next in the sequence: pentagon, hexagon, heptagon...
    $400 29
In 1988 King Hussein surrendered this country's claim to the disputed West Bank
    $400 28
Born in 1904, this wildly eccentric Spaniard was influenced greatly by metaphysical art
    $400 13
This current California governor's first elected office was state assemblyman in 1966
    $400 5
This play inspired Robert Browning's poem "Caliban Upon Setebos"
    $400 9
This high school subject deals with day-to-day living: food & nutrition, child care, etc.
    $600 2
In the time it takes this largest planet to go once around the Sun, Earth has gone around 12 times
    DD: $1,800 22
Country whose currency is seen here:
    $600 21
This Saturday Evening Post illustrator's portrait of Nixon hangs in the National Portrait Gallery
    $600 12
In August 1992 this Secretary of State resigned to run President Bush's reelection campaign
    $600 6
In this comedy Julia disguises herself as a boy to follow Proteus from Verona to Milan
    $600 18
This kids' game starts with a player throwing her puck into the number 1 section
    $800 3
A good electrical insulator, this yellowish resin produces a charge of static electricity when rubbed
    $800 19
Abu Dhabi is the largest & most populous of the states that make up this nation
    $800 26
Edouard Manet preferred not to exhibit with this group, but his sister-in-law Berthe Morisot did
    $800 14
New York's senior senator, he once served as U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
    $800 7
Falstaff's last line in this comedy is "When night-dogs run, all sorts of deer are chased"
    $800 23
Robert A. Heinlein's "Stranger in a Strange Land" won this award for 1962
    $1000 16
Isaac Newton found the strength of this depends on 2 things: mass & distance
    $1000 20
Eastern Thrace is the European portion of this nation
    $1000 25
This Alice in Wonderland illustrator was knighted in 1893
    DD: $1,800 15
This Virginian is the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee
    $1000 8
Guinness says 4 of the actors died during Sir John Gielgud's 1942 production of this "bad luck" play
    $1000 24
The only branch of this presidential library is in West Branch, Iowa

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Kevin Arthur
$4,000 $9,800 $3,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE TONY AWARDS
He won his first of 9 Tonys for the first Broadway musical he choreographed, "The Pajama Game"

Final scores:

David Kevin Arthur
$8,000 $9,000 $4,444
2nd place: a week's vacation at Murrieta Hot Springs Resort & Health Spa, Southern California + Daniel Mink his & hers Bolero Collection gold Swiss watches New champion: $9,000 3rd place: Smith Corona WP1100 word processor + Wheel of Fortune/Jeopardy! video games for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and the Sega Genesis system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Kevin Arthur
$4,000 $10,400 $4,400
17 R,
6 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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