Show #2079 - Thursday, September 23, 1993

Contestants

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Chuck Geneslaw, a pediatrician from Toms River, New Jersey

Tim Sheehan, a sales rep from Exton, Pennsylvania

Dave Osborne, a television production assistant from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
THE EMMY AWARDS
THE GRAPHIC ARTS
THE HEART
FLAGS
ITALIAN 101
    $100 9
It's sometimes referred to as "The Big Apple"
    $100 1
This "Evening Shade" star joked that he was going to mount his Emmy on the hood of his Mercedes
    $100 14
Types of these include dip, fountain & felt-tip
    $100 5
At rest the average heart pumps 5 quarts of this each minute
    $100 15
This country's flag was originally a sea flag for the Shogun of the House of Tokugawa
    $100 24
Svizzera is the Italian name for this country
    $200 10
Chartered on Feb. 23, 1822, it was the first Massachusetts town to become a city
    $200 2
In 1982 & 1983 the TV Academy "hailed" Carol Kane & Christopher Lloyd for their roles on this sitcom
    $200 16
1 of the 4 colors used in the four-color printing process
    $200 6
This small electronic device is sometimes implanted to stimulate the heart to beat properly
    $200 17
Flags of the United Kingdom, Transvaal & the Orange Free State appear on this country's flag
    $200 26
"Ha dei bambini?" means "Do you have" any of these
    $300 11
Among the tourist sites in this city are Beehive House & the Seagull Monument in Temple Square
    $300 3
Of Marion Lorne, Agnes Moorehead or Elizabeth Montgomery, the one who won an Emmy for "Bewitched"
    $300 19
Drafting is also known as this type of "drawing" & it uses a special pencil
    $300 7
This explosive is used to reduce the chest pains called angina pectoris
    $300 18
The coat of arms on this British crown colony's flag features 2 Chinese junks
    $300 27
If you want your pesce (fish) cooked this way, ask for it "fritto"
    $400 12
Among those buried in this city's Greenmount Cemetery are Johns Hopkins & John Wilkes Booth
    $400 4
Bebe Neuwirth, a 1986 Tony winner for "Sweet Charity", won 2 Emmys for playing Lilith on this sitcom
    $400 25
This process of changing the details on a photograph can now be done on a computer
    $400 22
The relaxing & filling phase of the heart is the diastole; the contracting & pumping phase, this
    $400 20
The emblem on this country's flag depicts the Aztec legend of the founding of its capital
    $400 28
Italians don't capitalize the names of these 7, ranging from lunedi to domenica
    $500 13
This Ohio city's Fountain Square includes a fountain cast by the Royal Bronze Foundry of Bavaria
    $500 8
This TV "Golden Girl" was nominated for the first "Best Actress" Emmy in 1950 but lost to Gertrude Berg
    $500 30
To crop is to trim the edge of a picture; this is to extend the picture to the edge of a page
    DD: $500 23
In 1785 William Withering introduced this heart drug in the form of foxglove leaves
    $500 21
This African country's flag resembles the U.S. flag with 11 stripes & 1 star
    $500 29
For a nice tie or blouse, look for one made of seta, which is this

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

Dave Tim Chuck
$600 -$300 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Tim Chuck
$600 $2,600 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

MEMOIRS
ROCK TRIVIA
RECENT HISTORY
MAGAZINES
THEATRE
KINGS & QUEENS
    $200 1
"Life on the Mississippi"
    $200 2
He formed the Plastic Ono Band before the Beatles broke up
    $200 10
In 1992 Arizona voters approved a January state holiday to honor this late civil rights leader
    $200 15
In names of quite dissimilar magazines, this word stands alone or follows "Soldier of"
    $200 19
Vladimir & Estragon were "Waiting for" him
    $200 26
Napoleon's second wife, Marie Louise, was a niece of this French queen
    $400 3
"Hamp: An Autobiography"
    $400 7
Bobby Darin wrote this 1958 hit in about 10 minutes; we don't know if he was in the bath
    $400 11
On Oct. 15, 1991 he was confirmed by a 52-48 vote to replace Thurgood Marshall on the Supreme Court
    $400 16
Appropriately, the spring 1993 cover of Cigar Aficionado featured this Marx brother
    $400 22
This Frenchman whose name is often followed by "Pere" liked to cast his mistresses in his plays
    $400 27
This current king is descended from King Ferdinand II & Queen Isabella
    $600 4
"Me: Stories of My Life"
    $600 8
This Bobby "Boris" Pickett song was the No. 1 hit on Halloween in 1962
    $600 12
In 1991 Rev. George L. Carey was enthroned as 103rd Archbishop of this & leader of the Church of England
    $600 17
A man named Malcolm was its editor-in-chief from 1954-1990
    $600 23
The 1927 comedy "The Royal Family" was inspired by this "Royal Family of the American Stage"
    $600 28
Constantine I of this country went into exile in 1917, was recalled in 1920 & was exiled again in 1922
    $800 5
"Blind Ambition"
    $800 9
Frankie Lymon was only 13 when he posed this question, his biggest hit
    $800 13
Scores died when an El Al cargo jet crashed into an apartment complex in this country in 1992
    $800 18
This Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief calls her monthly column "Step Into My Parlor"
    DD: $1,000 24
This urbane Englishman wrote about a weekend in the country in the 1925 comedy "Hay Fever"
    $800 29
Geraldine Apponyi, the 1st queen of American descent, was married to King Zog I of this country
    DD: $1,000 6
"Beloved Infidel"
    $1000 20
In the 1960s the Surfaris rode the wave of success twice with this instrumental
    $1000 14
In Feb. 1992 a Brazilian court ordered a new trial in the murder of this environmental leader
    $1000 21
This host of TV's "Wild Kingdom" is on the editorial advisory board of ZooLife
    $1000 25
He wrote "The Dumb Waiter" in 1957 & "The Caretaker" in 1960
    $1000 30
He united the houses of Lancaster & York by marrying Elizabeth of York in 1486

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Tim Chuck
$6,400 $5,800 $3,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTISTS
He is Cambridge Univ.'s Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, a chair held 300 years ago by Isaac Newton

Final scores:

Dave Tim Chuck
$1,201 $0 $1
2-day champion: $10,400 3rd place: New Home Memory Craft 4000 sewing machine + computerized version of Jeopardy! or Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: trip on TWA to Tampa, Florida & stay at Safety Harbor Spa & Fitness Center + computerized version of Jeopardy! or Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Tim Chuck
$7,200 $5,800 $3,100
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
4 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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