Show #2320 - Friday, October 7, 1994

Contestants

Dorothy Mallonee, a service representative from Fullerton, California

Rob Allen, a software engineer from Costa Mesa, California

Dan Seiden, a computer consultant originally from New York City, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $29,401)

Jeopardy! Round

ANIMALS
SPORTS
FASHION
19TH CENTURY AMERICA
PORTUGUESE WORDS & PHRASES
ODDS & ENDS
    $100 7
This "masked" North American mammal is related to the giant & lesser pandas of Asia
    $100 1
This former heavyweight boxing champ is known as "Iron Mike"
    $100 12
Part of the body on which you wear Hush Puppies
    $100 2
Thaddeus Stevens, who led the fight for this pres.'s impeachment, was so frail he had to be carried to the trial
    $100 17
Portuguese banks are closed on o dia de ano novo, which is this holiday
    $100 15
Gardiner G. Hubbard, this man's father-in-law, was a partner in his new phone co. founded in 1877
    $200 10
This African river mammal's tusks were once used for false teeth because they didn't yellow
    $200 4
Only Chris Evert & this player have exceeded 100 tournament wins in women's tennis
    $200 24
To imitate Oscar Wilde's Salome, you need 7 of these
    $200 3
In 1838 this man who later bought Alaska was elected governor of New York
    $200 18
Adeus means goodbye & boa noite means this
    $200 20
The Obelisk of Luxor stands in the Place de la Concorde at the eastern end of this street
    $300 11
Fallow, marsh & white-tailed are species of this mammal
    $300 5
In 1980 this NFL team moved its home games to Anaheim Stadium
    $300 25
Of to the waist, hips or knees, the length of a man's frock coat
    $300 6
In 1856 the first bridge for these vehicles over the Mississippi opened between Rock Island, IL & Davenport, IA
    $300 19
Bote salva-vidas is the Portuguese name for this vessel -- women & children first!
    $300 21
Its stem may be made of plastic, hard rubber or bone; its bowl of brier, meerschaum or porcelain
    $400 14
This Australian dog rarely barks, but howls like a coyote
    $400 13
In 1963 this golfer became the first in his sport to earn more than $100,000 in 1 year
    $400 26
"Y" was a fragrance introduced by this designer in 1964
    DD: $600 8
In the 1870s this party divided into 2 factions, the Half-Breeds & the Stalwarts
    $400 22
Boil these & you'll have batatas cozidas; fry them & they're batatas fritas
    $400 28
Better-known name of the anesthetic thiopental, also called truth serum
    $500 16
The Adelie species of this bird was named for the wife of French explorer Dumont d'Urville
    $500 30
From 1876 through 1952, the Braves baseball franchise was located in this city
    $500 27
This Italian whose last name is Garavani has "had designs on" Jackie Kennedy, among other women
    $500 9
Fur trapper & scout Jim Bridger discovered this body of water in late 1824
    $500 23
In a Portuguese casa-- house-- this room is o quarto de dormir
    $500 29
It's a common hay grass grown on U.S. farms, or the name of Dumbo's mouse pal

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

Dan Rob Dorothy
$1,700 $300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Rob Dorothy
$3,900 $1,500 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
SHAKESPEARE
RELIGION
MOUNTAINS
FEDERAL AGENCIES
RECENT FICTION
    $200 1
In 1900 this Chinese group killed a German diplomat & tried to drive foreigners out of the country
    $200 11
One of Sampson's first lines in this play is: "A dog of the house of Montague moves me"
    $200 6
Each church of this denomination is expected to operate a "reading room" where literature can be obtained
    $200 12
For a brief time in 1987, it was thought that K-2 was taller than this Himalayan peak
    $200 17
While it has no censorship authority, it can still impose fines for profanity on the air
    $200 26
In 1993 he published a creepy new collection of tales called "Nightmares & Dreamscapes"
    $400 2
In 1815 the Congress of Vienna made this country a grand duchy ruled by the Netherlands
    $400 13
Of Starveling, Stripling or Sapling, the one who's a tailor in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
    $400 7
This thin bread consumed during Passover reminds Jews of the hastily baked bread of the Exodus
    $400 19
In the 1840s an observatory was built at the 2,000-foot level on this volcano southeast of Naples
    $400 18
Its crime labs examine about a million pieces of evidence a year
    $400 27
Larry McMurtry's novel "Streets of Laredo" is a sequel to this book
    $600 3
In 1969 the U.N. declared Irian Jaya in west New Guinea this country's 26th province
    $600 14
Brabantio, this tragic title character's father-in-law, is a Venetian senator
    $600 8
The first part of this religion's Shahadah or profession of faith is "There is no god but God"
    $600 21
This mountain 10 miles west of Colorado Springs can be ascended by a cog railway or a toll road
    $600 20
This civilian agency certifies pilots
    $600 28
He brought back "Cardinal of the Kremlin" character John Kelly, AKA Mr. Clark, in "Without Remorse"
    $800 4
In 1929 this future prime minister was elected president of India's Congress Party
    $800 15
Antiochus, the king of Antioch, addresses this title character as "Young Prince of Tyre"
    $800 9
Li or proper social conduct is a central virtue of this Chinese religion
    $800 24
Mount Aconcagua, the Western Hemisphere's highest peak, lies on the border of Chile & this country
    $800 22
Among insurers, the first C in FCIC stands for crop & the D in FDIC stands for this
    DD: $1,500 29
It's Sue Grafton's 11th "Alphabet" mystery
    $1000 5
In 1682 he claimed all of the Mississippi valley for France; 5 years later he was killed in Texas
    DD: $1,200 16
The comedy in which Touchstone says, "Ay, now am I in Arden, the more fool I"
    $1000 10
The Roman Catholic Church has had 2 of these councils: one 1869-70 & one 1962-65
    $1000 25
Notable sights on this highest Alpine peak include the Mer de Glace & Bossons glaciers
    $1000 23
Created in 1914, it protects consumers from unfair or misleading business practices
    $1000 30
Published in 1990, it's John Updike's final novel about ex-basketball star Harry Angstrom

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Rob Dorothy
$6,100 $8,700 $3,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ART HISTORY
In 1894 Alphonse Mucha began designing posters of Sarah Bernhardt that popularized this decorative style

Final scores:

Dan Rob Dorothy
$0 $4,700 $6,200
3rd place: Pro-Form 3001 STX programmable stepper + Jeopardy! Sports Edition video game 2nd place: Broyhill Fontana living room set & Magnavox 13" TV-VCR combo + Jeopardy! Sports Edition video game New champion: $6,200 + Jeopardy! Sports Edition video game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dan Rob Dorothy
$6,100 $8,700 $4,200
19 R,
2 W
17 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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