Show #2526 - Monday, September 4, 1995

Isaac Segal game 5.
First game of Season 12.

Contestants

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Mark Temares, a project manager from Garden City, New York

Cathy Glassman, a freelance journalist from Owings Mills, Maryland

Isaac Segal, an advertising creative director from Cherry Hill, New Jersey (whose 4-day cash winnings total $56,700)

Jeopardy! Round

LONDON LANDMARKS
THE EMMYS
FOOD FACTS
AMERICAN HISTORY
PLUMBING
(Alex: And appropriately enough...)
THE OLYMPICS
    $100 9
The last monarch crowned in this church was Elizabeth II
    $100 2
A 1960 Emmy for drama writing went to this creator of the "Twilight Zone"
    $100 10
The early Romans used it as an ointment; we use it on toast & baked potatoes
    $100 1
He organized the corps of men who photographed the Civil War; poor eyesight limited his work
    $100 25
When joining copper water pipes, use solder free of this heavy metal once commonly used in plumbing
    $100 18
Russian city where Nadia Comaneci competed in her second Olympics
    $200 11
St. Helen's Bishopsgate is one of the few churches that survived this 1666 event
    $200 5
In 1990 & 1991 this Fox show was named the outstanding animated prime-time series
    $200 15
The brittle of peanut brittle includes sugar, water, baking soda & this syrup
    $200 3
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, a founder of the ACLU, was expelled in 1940 for being a member of this party
    $200 27
Of 20, 200 or 2000 gallons, the amount of water used by the average American household each day
    $200 19
Nicknamed "Sir Charles", he was part of the gold-medal-winning 1992 U.S. "Dream Team"
    $300 12
Some of these are Battersea, Regent's & Hyde
    $300 6
When accepting his Emmy for "Saturday Night Live" in 1976, he took one of his trademark pratfalls
    $300 16
Classically, this French dish is an old rooster cooked in wine; you can use a game hen
    $300 4
Over half the value of U.S. exports from 1815-1860 came from this crop
    $300 28
This common home device has a relief valve to prevent an explosion in case of thermostat failure
    $300 20
In this sport's individual event all 64 competitors shoot at targets 70 meters away at the same time
    $400 23
Opened in 1897, this gallery of modern British art was named for a sugar merchant
    $400 13
This sitcom's Laurie Metcalf received Emmys in 1992, '93 & '94 for her role as Jackie
    $400 17
Cultivated in hothouses, the button is a common one of these
    DD: $500 7
The Bay of Pigs invasion plans were first drawn up under this president
    $400 29
In the ion-exchange type of this device, hard water is filtered through a material called zeolite
    $400 21
At the 1984 L.A. games, she won a silver in the heptathlon & her brother Al, a gold in the triple jump
    $500 24
The address of this world-famous auction house is 34-35 New Bond Street
    $500 14
In 1982 this 3-time Oscar winner won an Emmy for her performance in "A Woman Called Golda"
    $500 26
Added to punch or hung in the closet, it's a fruit studded with cloves & then dried
    $500 8
In 1930 Charles Evans Hughes left the World Court to take this position in the U.S.
    $500 30
Found beneath a sink, this U- or P-shaped pipe maintains a water seal to keep sewer gas out of your house
    $500 22
The 3 throwing events in the decathlon

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

Isaac Cathy Mark
$1,200 $1,900 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Isaac Cathy Mark
$3,100 $1,700 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1980s
NICKNAMES
HEALTH & MEDICINE
LANGUAGES
POETRY
NEW ENGLAND HODGEPODGE
    $200 20
Reinhold Messner became the first person in history to climb the 14 highest of these
    $200 4
The nickname "The Wizard of Menlo Park" was invented for him
    $200 12
About 1 in 20 Americans has this illness characterized by breathlessness & wheezing
    $200 1
Sindhi is spoken mainly in the Sind province of Pakistan & this neighboring country
    $200 3
In his poems "Lenore" & "The Raven", young men lament the deaths of their beloveds
    $200 26
The first use of artificial rain to fight a forest fire was in 1947 near Concord in this "Granite State"
    $400 21
He spoke out for the rights of Indians & Eskimos when he became the first reigning pope to visit Canada
    $400 5
Otto von Bismarck was the Iron Chancellor & he was the Iron Duke
    $400 13
During childhood the yellow form of this replaces the more active red type inside some of your bones
    $400 2
The low form of this language is also known as Plattdeutsch
    $400 6
In "American Names", Stephen Vincent Benet said to "Bury" this "at Wounded Knee"
    $400 29
Anne Whitney, a self-taught artist from this state, sculpted the statue of Samuel Adams for the U.S. Capitol
    $600 22
Brian Boitano won the gold in men's figure skating at the 1988 Winter Olympics in this North American city
    $600 7
James Stuart was "The Old" one, Charles Edward Stuart "The Young" one
    $600 14
The tearing of these muscles at the back of the thigh is common in sports like sprinting
    $600 15
Aragonese is a dialect of this language
    $600 9
The reputation of poet Wolfram von Eschenbach rests largely on "Parzival", an epic of this holy object
    DD: $500 30
Hammersmith Farm, the Auchincloss family's Newport, R.I. home, was the site of this couple's 1953 wedding reception
    $800 23
This musical about an artist became the 1st play with a day of the week in its title to win a Pulitzer Prize
    $800 8
In the singular it referred to Mary Pickford, in the plural to Nelson Eddy & Jeanette MacDonald
    $800 18
Astigmatism occurs when the front surface of this part of the eye is not truly spherical
    $800 16
The poetry & novels of Shaaban Robert renewed interest in literature written in this Bantu language
    $800 10
He wrote, "It is an ancient mariner, and he stoppeth one of three"
    $800 27
Rockland, the "Schooner Capital of" this state, celebrates Schooner Days once a year
    $1000 24
Elizabeth II officially opened World Expo 88 while touring this country during its bicentennial
    $1000 25
Singer Jenny Lind was the Swedish Nightingale & this French chanteuse was the Little Sparrow
    $1000 19
This simple sugar is the body's chief source of energy for cell metabolism
    DD: $1,100 17
This alphabet is considered the prototype of the Cyrillic language
    $1000 11
Izaak Walton wrote a moving but inaccurate biography of this "For Whom the Bell Tolls" poet
    $1000 28
This state has the lowest population east of the Mississippi River

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Isaac Cathy Mark
$4,700 $6,700 $4,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
Other than in Germany, the U.S. has more military personnel stationed in this foreign country than in any other

Final scores:

Isaac Cathy Mark
$1 $3,900 $4,101
3rd place: Gibson Side-by-Side refrigerator/freezer+ Jeopardy! '92 home game + Jeopardy! Sports Edition video game 2nd place: Trip to Mexico City & Zihuatanejo+ Jeopardy! '92 home game + Jeopardy! Sports Edition video game New champion: $4,101 + Jeopardy! '92 home game + Jeopardy! Sports Edition video game

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Isaac Cathy Mark
$4,600 $7,900 $4,400
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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