Show #2164 - Thursday, January 20, 1994

Contestants

Jane Walton, a substitute teacher from Santa Cruz, California

Barry Rubinowitz, a writer from West Hollywood, California

Kevin Foley, an accountant from Rockledge, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
ACTORS ONSTAGE
HEALTH & MEDICINE
DINING OUT
DUTCH TREAT
QUOTATIONS
    $100 1
During the reign of this "Great" empress, Russia gained about 200,000 square miles
    $100 7
Frankly, my dear, Pernell Roberts played this role in a musical based on "Gone with the wind"
    $100 26
Hemodialysis is used to remove impurities from the blood when these organs fail
    $100 17
A ceramic Dalmatian adorns L.A.'s Engine Co. No. 28, a restaurant that used to be one of these
    $100 12
The Elfstedentocht is this kind of race, Hans Brinker would enjoy it
    $100 6
In an address at Harvard, James Bryant Conant said that "Liberty, like charity, must begin" here
    $200 2
In 1922 he was given control of Italy & by 1925 was ruling as dictator
    $200 8
This suave "Fantasy Island" star portrayed Don Juan in a 1991 revival of "Don Juan in Hell"
    $200 27
This is any exercise that makes the heart & lungs work harder to provide oxygen to the muscles
    $200 22
The Akershus, a Norwegian restaurant at Epcot Center, is named for a castle in this capital city
    $200 13
The Dutch prefer to wear these klompen outside the house--they're so noisy
    $200 18
This French president said "When I want to know what France thinks, I ask myself"
    $300 3
In January 1950 President Truman authorized the Atomic Energy commission to develop this weapon
    $300 9
Christopher Walken & Richard Dreyfuss have played this role opposite Raul Julia's Othello
    $300 28
This condition is caused by the parasitic roundworm Trichinella spirilis, found in raw pork
    $300 23
Known for its extensive wine list, Windows on the World is on the 107th floor of this NYC skyscraper
    $300 14
It's the English name of the city the Dutch call Den Haag
    $300 19
Vince Lombardi said "There are three important things in life: family, religion and" this team
    $400 4
At the time he was offered the throne of Mexico, Maximilian was archduke of this country
    $400 10
Morgan Freeman was in the original cast of this play & co-starred in the film with Jessica Tandy
    $400 29
In orthopedics, this means putting a limb, bone, etc. under tension using weights & pulleys
    $400 24
The Bacchanal in this Las Vegas hotel features food fit for an emperor
    $400 15
This city for which a famous cheese is named is also known for making clay pipes
    $400 20
When asked to define this type of music, Louis Armstrong said, "Man, if you gotta ask you'll never know"
    $500 5
Defeated by Alexander the Great, Darius III was the last Achaemenid ruler of this country
    $500 11
In 1980 David Bowie took over the role of the deformed John Merrick in this acclaimed play
    DD: $500 30
The bends is a painful & dangerous condition caused by bubbles of this gas in the blood
    $500 25
Brunswick stew is a specialty of Chownings Tavern in this restored colonial capital of Virginia
    $500 16
It was the profession of Frans Hals, whose merry works include "The Laughing Cavalier"
    $500 21
His 11th commandment was "Thou shalt not criticize other Republicans

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

Kevin Barry Jane
$1,200 $900 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Barry Jane
$2,100 $1,700 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHY
LITERARY CHARACTERS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
THE 1970s
BIBLICAL KINGS
POTPOURRI
    $200 21
First settled in 1760, Unalaska is the oldest settlement in this island group
    $200 10
John Irving wrote "The World According to" this character whose first initials are T.S.
    $200 16
This company still uses the "We Try Harder" slogan
    $200 1
He & hundreds of the followers of his People's Temple emigrated to Guyana in 1977
    $200 6
King David chose this city as the capital of Israel; it became known as the City of David
    $200 15
This comedian first hosted the Academy Awards ceremonies on February 29, 1940 at the Ambassador Hotel
    $400 22
Spanish for "mother range", it's Mexico's principal mountain range
    $400 11
In a series of novels by Rex Stout, Archie Goodwin is the office assistant of this obese sleuth
    $400 17
In one of its 27 new commercials for 1993, a group of polar bears watched the aurora borealis
    $400 2
In February 1973 this Ugandan president sent his cabinet on 1 month of forced leave
    $400 7
1 Kings 4:30 says his "wisdom excelled the wisdom of all the children of the east"
    $400 26
Resembling a miniature collie, this working farm dog is sometimes called a sheltie
    $600 23
The Crimean Mountains form the only cliffs on the northern coast of this sea
    $600 12
Many critics call Regina Giddens in "The Little Foxes" this author's most memorable character
    $600 18
In 1904 this doctor came up with his first product, an arch support
    $600 3
In 1971 Viggo Rasmussen, managing director of this country's Tuborg Brewery, was kidnapped
    $600 8
In 40 B.C. the Roman Senate appointed him king over the Jews
    $600 27
The Mazuka folk dance is named for a district in the eastern part of this country
    $800 24
This city's harbor handles most of Haiti's foreign trade
    $800 13
Alex, the narrator of this author's "A Clockwork Orange" is a vicious teen
    $800 19
This video store chain bought into Spelling Entertainment & Republic Pictures
    $800 4
About 200 supporters of the American Indian Movement seized the hamlet of Wounded Knee in this state
    $800 9
King Ahab married this Phoenician princess & allowed her to patronize the cult of Baal
    $800 29
This Swedish botanist coined the term Homo sapiens to classify humans
    $1000 25
Mt. Waialeale on this "garden island" of Hawaii has up to 350 rainy days a year
    $1000 14
The title of his novel "Falconer" refers to the prison where Ezekiel Farragut is incarcerated
    $1000 20
The M in MCI is from this, the type of communications technology this company first used
    DD: $1,000 5
This U.S. president served longest during the 1970s
    DD: $700 30
Jeremiah viewed this Babylonian king who torched the temple as an instrument of God's wrath
    $1000 28
A sometimes choreographer for ABT, she choreographed the 1979 film "Hair"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Barry Jane
$6,100 $5,900 $8,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

INVENTORS
He & his wife are buried on an estate called Beinn Bhreagh on Canada's Cape Breton Island

Final scores:

Kevin Barry Jane
$399 $6,200 $3,799
3rd place: a console table+Jeopardy! home game or computerized version New champion: $6,200 2nd place: a trip for 2 to Panama City Beach, Florida+Jeopardy! home game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kevin Barry Jane
$6,100 $6,400 $8,800
18 R,
1 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,300

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