Show #2053 - Wednesday, July 7, 1993

Ed Schiffer game 3.

Contestants

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Paul Agosti, a claims representative originally from St. Louis, Missouri

Shana Rosenfeld, an administrative assistant from New Rochelle, New York

Ed Schiffer, a college lecturer originally from New York City, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $30,002)

Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
ACTORS & ROYAL ROLES
AWARDS
EYES
FOODS OF THE WORLD
CROSSWORD CLUES "E"
    $100 19
Under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Mexico relinquished all claims to this state above the Rio Grande
    $100 16
Catherine Oxenberg, a cousin of Prince Charles, played this princess twice
    $100 25
The offices of this annual national pageant are at 1325 Boardwalk in Atlantic City, New Jersey
    $100 11
The color of this ring around the pupil is inherited
    $100 6
Some of this cheese named for Parma is cured for several years before it's grated over pasta
    $100 1
Spain, in Spain
(6)
    $200 20
This company was founded in 1852 to provide banking & mail delivery to the gold camps of California
    $200 17
When Vanessa Redgrave played this Scottish queen, Timothy Dalton played her 2nd husband, Lord Darnley
    $200 27
In 1960 this then first lady was given the American Heart Assoc's Heart-of-the-Year Award
    $200 12
In this disease increased fluid pressure in the eye damages the optic nerve
    $200 7
The Sevruga type of this fishy treat is made of small, grayish eggs
    $200 2
Crewelwork
(10)
    $300 21
The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 repealed this compromise of 1820
    $300 18
Pippa Hinchley dyed her hair red for a 1992 TV movie about this commoner who became a duchess
    $300 28
This country's Bharat Ratna Award is given for contributions to art or science, or for public service
    $300 13
This vitamin is needed to produce visual purple, a pigment allowing one to see in dim light
    $300 8
Cakes of this soybean curd should be stored in water, & the water should be changed daily
    $300 3
A "bald" chick
(6)
    $400 22
In 1859 this vein of silver was discovered on the eastern slope of Mount Davidson in Nevada
    $400 24
R. Chamberlain, Edward Fox & Anthony Andrews all played this man who gave up a throne for the woman he loved
    $400 29
In 1976 this former Atlanta Braves slugger received the NAACP's Spingarn Medal
    $400 14
This common disorder is an infection of the small glands of the eyelashes
    $400 9
Originally, this "modest" English pie was made with numbles, which are deer innards
    $400 4
A fragrance for all time
(8)
    $500 23
This 1777 document said, "The stile of this confederacy shall be 'The United States of America'"
    $500 26
Helen Hayes played the dowager empress of Russia in this film that won Ingrid Bergman an Oscar
    DD: $500 30
In 1977 William Proxmire gave it to the Dept. of Agriculture for studying how long it takes to cook breakfast
    $500 15
This jelly-like "humor" occupies about 10% of the eyeball
    $500 10
Souvlaki, a Greek specialty similar to shish kebab is made with marinated chunks of this meat
    $500 5
A "complex" woman
(7)

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

Ed Shana Paul
$1,100 $1,100 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Shana Paul
$1,800 $1,300 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

NOTABLE NAMES
EUROPEAN TRAVEL
AUTHORS
SPACE EXPLORATION
FAMOUS SPEECHES
THEATRE
    $200 6
In a sonnet Michelangelo called this author of "The Divine Comedy" a man "without peer"
    $200 26
On arrival at Marco Polo International Airport, you're about 8 miles from this Italian city's center
    $200 1
This author of "Gone with the Wind" was 10 before she learned the South had lost the Civil War
    $200 11
After his 3-orbit Mercury flight in February 1962, he was sweating profusely & appeared fatigued
    $200 17
This 1863 speech includes the line "We here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain"
    $200 12
Yeats' one-act verse play "At the Hawk's Well" was inspired by the Noh drama of this country
    $400 7
Among his many inventions were an audiometer & a device to transmit speech via light waves
    $400 27
When touring the Swiss cantons of Neuchatel & Jura, it's helpful if you know this language, since it's predominant
    $400 2
Though born in Prague, Franz Kafka wrote in this language
    $400 22
In 1966 Edwin Aldrin & James Lovell were the last 2 launched in this program
    DD: $1,200 18
Addressing his followers in 1920, he said non-cooperation "is the inherent right of every human being"
    $400 13
Jean-Racine wrote under his own name; Jean-Baptiste Poquelin used this nom de plume
    $600 8
In 1526 Ferdinand I of this Austrian ruling family became king of Hungary & Bohemia
    $600 28
Millennium Monument in this capital city commemorates the 1000th anniversary of the Magyar Conquest
    $600 3
This novella was Philip Roth's first published book
    $600 23
Apollo 17's lunar module had the same name as this ill-fated space shuttle
    $600 19
Speaking to the Senate in 1858, James H. Hammond said, "You dare not make war on cotton...cotton is" this
    $600 14
In this Eugene O'Neill play, "two enormous" trees "brood oppressively over the" Cabot farmhouse
    $800 9
Named "Curly" as a boy, this Oglala Sioux chief led the attack on Custer at the Little Big Horn
    DD: $800 29
An Olympic museum in this Austrian city features videotapes of the 1964 & 1976 Winter Games
    $800 4
Athol Fugard's play "Master Harold...and the Boys" is set in this, his home country
    $800 24
3 crews of 3 astronauts each occupied this U.S. space station in 1973 & 1974
    $800 20
In an 1819 address, he said, "Legislators! I deposit in your hands the supreme command of Venezuela"
    $800 15
Strindberg set "The Ghost Sonata" in this Scandinavian capital, his birthplace
    $1000 10
Philosopher born in Italy, the son of Landulf, Count of Aquino & Theodora, Countess of Theate
    $1000 5
Reb Tevye is the main character in several of his stories, including "Today's Children"
    $1000 25
3 astronauts & 2 cosmonauts linked up in orbit in this 1975 project
    $1000 21
His "Cross of Gold" speech in 1896 helped him win the Democratic presidential nomination
    $1000 16
The poor women of Canterbury are the first characters to speak in this T.S. Eliot play

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Shana Paul
$9,000 $5,700 $3,900

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN
Gloria Steinem, Susan Strasberg & Norman Mailer have all written books about her

Final scores:

Ed Shana Paul
$11,401 $10,700 $4,900
3-day champion: $41,403 2nd place: Trip to Safety Harbor Spa & Fitness Center in Tampa, Florida 3rd place: Broyhill Millwood Creek day bed

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ed Shana Paul
$8,700 $5,700 $3,900
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
3 W
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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