Show #2230 - Friday, April 22, 1994

Contestants

Jeff Jaech, a college student from Riverside, California

Ken Frier, a director of foreign exchange originally from Hendersonville, North Carolina

John Hunt, a jazz musician from San Francisco, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,601)

Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHY
FAMOUS CANADIANS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
ROCKS & MINERALS
FOOD & DRINK
STARTS WITH "K"
    $100 6
The salinity of this Utah lake ranges roughly between 15% & 27%
    $100 16
This character actor was the brother of Canada's first native-born gov.-general, Vincent Massey
    $100 1
The American Heritage Dictionary entry for "clash" mentions these instruments
    $100 2
Much of this stone used by Michelangelo for his sculptures came from Carrara, Italy
    $100 26
A selection of small pieces of food is cooked this way to make the Italian dish fritto misto
    $100 21
Folk who don't do this to "the habit" may do it to "the bucket"
    $200 7
This cape is the easternmost point of North Carolina's Outer Banks
    $200 17
This dapper anchorman from Toronto used to be ABC News' Beirut bureau chief
    $200 3
It's a valveless horn used for military calls
    $200 4
Of the 3 major divisions of rocks, shale is classified as this
    $200 27
The 4 regions of this country that produce whiskey are the High-lands, Lowlands, Campbeltown & Islay
    $200 22
This kind of pine is popular for paneling
    $300 11
The seat of government in Hawaii is one this island
    $300 18
A "Famous Lornes from Ontario" category would include Lorne Greene & this "Saturday Night Live" producer
    $300 5
Handel wrote "The Harmonious Blacksmith" for this predecessor of the piano
    $300 8
1 of the 2 items on the Mohs hardness scale whose name ends in "z"
    $300 28
Cooked and served in chicken soup, a knaidel is also called this kind of ball
    $300 23
According to Miss Manners, neither gentlemen nor ladies should cross these
    $400 12
Many of the Thousand Islands in the St. Lawrence River belong to Ontario, the rest to this state
    $400 19
In 1957 this Canadian had his first No. 1 nit with a song inspired by his teenage crush Diana Ayoub
    $400 14
The steel in the pedal steel variety of this instrument is a metal bar drawn along its strings
    DD: $800 9
This gas is the most abundant element in almost all the world's rocks
    $400 29
This grain is soaked in lye, then ground to produce hominy grits
    $400 24
It often precedes board, hole & Largo
    $500 13
Tributaries of this Indiana river include the Tippecanoe, Eel & Mississinewa
    $500 20
This late Montrealer played Murphy Brown's mother & Marilla Cuthbert on "Anne of Avonlea"
    $500 15
You might say it's the Australian aborigines' instrumental equivalent of the Swiss alphorn
    $500 10
The rock of Gibraltar is this type of rock made up of calcite, a form of calcium carbonate
    $500 30
This aromatic liqueur is manufactured in France by Carthusian monks
    $500 25
The name of this Sri Lankan city sounds like something you'd steal from a baby

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

John Ken Jeff
$1,300 $300 $3,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Ken Jeff
$1,600 $1,200 $4,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN'S FIRSTS
LANGUAGES
ART
BOOKS ON AUDIOTAPE
1986
POT LUCK
    $200 13
In 1993 Takako Doi became the 1st woman Speaker of this country's lower House of Parliament
    $200 3
Modern dialects of this language include Picard & Lorrain
    $200 2
On the reverse of "Lot and his Daughters", Albrecht Durer painted his picture of this person "and Child"
    $200 1
George Kennedy may have had a "whale" of a time recording this 1851 whale tale
    $200 19
In February the Philippine National Assembly proclaimed him reelected--it didn't work
    $200 26
A simple, traditional way to grind spices is with a mortar & this implement
    $400 14
In 1933 Ruth Bryan Owen, the daughter of this political leader, became America's 1st woman diplomat
    $400 4
A standard form of this language is based on the speech of Seoul
    $400 8
Daniel Chester French's works include the huge statue of this president in a D.C. memorial
    $400 10
Ken Burns reads excerpts from the companion volume to his PBS miniseries about this war
    $400 20
This event tried to form a human chain from one end of the U.S. to the other--it didn't work
    $400 27
Chief Two Bears, who died in 1958 was the last Choctaw Indian scout for this showman
    $600 16
13 Americans were among the 1st group of women awarded this scholarship to Oxford in 1976
    $600 5
In the 16th C. Friar Bernardino de Sahagun wrote a history of this Mexican tribe in Nahuatl, their native language
    $600 9
In the 1730s Canaletto painted the quay of the Piazzetta in this city, his home
    $600 15
This author taped "The Looking Glass War", one of his books about George Smiley
    $600 21
After being sworn in as Chief Justice on September 26, he swore in Antonin Scalia
    $600 28
For fraud prevention, many credit cards now feature these 3-dimensional photographs
    $800 17
Lusia Harris-Stewart & Nera White were the 1st women inducted into this sports hall of fame in Springfield, Mass.
    $800 6
The chukchi language is spoken by only a few thousand in the NE part of this Russian region
    $800 11
After a quarrel with French officials in Tahiti, he moved to Hiva Oa in the Marquesas in 1901
    $800 22
Ken Howard went to bat to read this author's "The Natural"
    DD: $2,800 23
After a 6-year exile in Gorky, this Nobel Prize winner was allowed to return to Moscow in December
    $800 29
While governor of New York 1943-1955, he ran for president twice & lost
    $1000 18
This cosmonaut was only 26 when she became the 1st woman in space
    $1000 7
Iranian language is accepted as a second language in Afghanistan
    DD: $1,000 12
In 1965 this artist's portrait of his son Titus was sold to collector Norton Simon for over $2 million
    $1000 25
This British actress who starred in "Far from the Madding Crowd" also recorded the novel on tape
    $1000 24
On Oct. 20, 1986 Israeli PM Shimon Peres & this foreign minister exchanged posts
    $1000 30
Columns from this ancient wonder at Ephesus are now displayed at the British Museum

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Ken Jeff
$7,000 $400 $8,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OLD RADIO
This comedian said he took his last name from a Revolutionary War hero who was no longer using it

Final scores:

John Ken Jeff
$13,000 $10 $2,599
3-day champion: $37,601 3rd place: Magnavox TV 2nd place: trip to Roseland Ranch, NY

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Ken Jeff
$7,000 $3,200 $7,900
18 R,
1 W
9 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,100

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