Show #2082 - Tuesday, September 28, 1993

Contestants

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Gary Walters, an entertainment attorney originally from New York City, New York

Anne-Marie Gorman, a Ph.D. student from Amherst, New York

Tom Rack, an actor and writer from Montreal, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
POP MUSIC
WOMEN
AUBURNS
GAMBLING
LEADING "ROLL"S
    $100 1
This president laid the cornerstone of the U.S. Capitol in 1793
    $100 8
"Let's" do this dance "again, like we did last summer"
    $100 3
Raisa Titorenko married this man in 1955
    $100 21
Auburn, California was founded in 1848 as North Fork Dry Diggings by people digging for this metal
    $100 22
It's common today to play 3-5 coins per pull on these devices
    $100 13
This cylindrical kitchen tool is perfect for preparing piecrust
    $200 2
In 1967 26 people were killed in rioting in this largest N.J. city
    $200 9
The soundtrack to this 1984 Prince movie was No. 1 for 24 straight weeks
    $200 4
In 1940 Ida Fuller received the first government check in this program
    $200 23
This state's Auburn, 10 miles NE of Tacoma, was originally named Slaughter after a hero of the Indian Wars
    $200 25
Michigan, baseball & spit-in-the-ocean are popular forms of this card game
    $200 14
Spring rolls are a variation of these Chinese appetizers
    $300 5
This U.N. agency, the W.H.O. for short, was established in 1948
    $300 10
She won a Best Female Pop Vocal Grammy for her 1980 song "The Rose"
    $300 18
Lorraine Collett Petersen was the original model for this raisin company's logo
    $300 24
The pioneering Auburn Automobile Co. was located in Auburn, 15 N. of Fort Wayne in this state
    $300 26
You can buy "insurance" in this game when the dealer's up card is an ace
    $300 15
Your supply of ready cash, or what a financial backer does when he provides funding for a film
    $400 6
Corinthians founded the colony of Syracuse on this island in the 8th century B.C.
    $400 11
It begins, "Standing on a mountain looking down on a city, the way I feel is a doggone pity..."
    $400 19
Bertha Krupp von Bohlen had a big one named after her during World War I
    $400 29
Auburn University is in Auburn in this state
    $400 27
Odd or even, black or red & 1-18 or 19-36 pay 1 to 1 in this game
    $400 16
Because of its name, we'd expect this hairstyle to be popular in Paris
    $500 7
On March 3, 1905 this czar agreed to create a Russian national assembly, the Duma
    $500 12
Since 1974 it's been Bob Seger's band
    $500 20
This former diva is on the boards of American Express & R.H. Macy
    DD: $600 30
She escaped to the North in 1849 & later settled in Auburn, N.Y., where her name is now preserved
    $500 28
Stickmen, boxmen & dealers run this game in a casino
    $500 17
The kind of sandwich bread that's most appropriate for a German emperor

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

Tom Anne-Marie Gary
$0 $500 $2,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Anne-Marie Gary
$1,300 $1,900 $4,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

ASTRONOMY
MIDDLE NAMES
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
THE SUPREME COURT
BOOKS & AUTHORS
THOSE WHO STAND & WAIT
    $200 25
Commonly used in astronomy, like telescopes, the 7x50 type of these magnifies 7 times & has 50mm lenses
    $200 16
At Mozart's baptism, this most famous of his middle names was omitted
    $200 1
It's most populous canton is Zurich
    $200 15
Justices can be removed from the court by this legal process, though it hasn't happened yet
    $200 2
This Mark Twain novel concludes by saying that while Tom Canty lived to be very old, Edward VI did not
    $200 7
It's a camouflaged enclosure in which duck hunters lie in wait
    $400 26
In 1930 Clyde W. Tombaugh discerned this new planet among millions of star images in photographs
    $400 19
Poet Alfred Kilmer used this middle name as his first
    $400 6
Major tributaries of this river include the Madeira, Japura & Rio Negro
    $400 17
In 1944's Korematsu v. U.S. the court upheld the detention of people of this ancestry
    $400 3
This author dedicated "The Thin Man" to playwright Lillian Hellman
    DD: $2,000 11
According to the title of the following, it's what the people are waiting for:
    $600 27
The Whirlpool Galaxy is classified as one of this shape
    DD: $500 20
It was the middle name of the first president to have a middle name
    $600 8
From 1959 to 1967, Rawalpindi served as the interim capital of this country
    $600 18
In Engel v. Vitale in 1962, the court prohibited this practice in public schools
    $600 4
In titles of mysteries by Sue Grafton, "'H' is for Homicide" & "'I' is for" this
    $600 12
It's what Penelope did during the day while waiting for Ulysses to return
    $800 29
Watch this nearby planet through a telescope & you'll see it go through phases, like the moon; Galileo did
    $800 21
General Sherman's middle name honored this great Shawnee chief
    $800 9
A mountain range in southeastern Siberia shares its name with this adjoining lake
    $800 23
In the case of this famous slave, the court ruled in 1857 that the Missouri Compromise was unconstitutional
    $800 5
Irving Stone's research for this novel included a story in Vincent van Gogh's asylum cell
    $800 13
This terrier watched over the Edinburgh grave of his master, John Gray, from 1858 to 1872
    $1000 30
To compute the distance from Earth to a star, measure its angle of this
    $1000 22
Though born on a Tuesday, Juan Peron was given this middle name which is Spanish for Sunday
    $1000 10
The Faeroe islands are a self-governing part of this European nation
    $1000 24
This 1954 decision outlawing school segregation was unanimous
    $1000 28
Completes the title of Gabriel Garcia Marquez' bestseller about Simon Bolivar, "The General in His..."
    $1000 14
Organized by Augustus in 27 B.C., this imperial guard group constantly attended the emperor

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Anne-Marie Gary
$4,300 $4,600 $9,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
Bartlett's lists the quotation "Viva la huelga!", which means "Long live the strike!", under his name

Final scores:

Tom Anne-Marie Gary
$0 $8,601 $9,250
3rd place: Lopi wood stove + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: CompUSA notebook computer & Sentry fire safe media kit + Jeopardy! home game New champion: $9,250

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Anne-Marie Gary
$4,200 $6,700 $9,300
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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