Show #2371 - Monday, December 19, 1994

Contestants

Frank Patrick, an industrial engineer from Hillsborough, New Jersey

Lena Nowak, a proofreader from Chicago, Illinois

Steve Angelo, a CPA originally from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,001)

Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY AMERICA
PRO FOOTBALL
TRAVEL & TOURISM
MUSICAL TERMS
NUTRITION
QUOTABLE QUOTES
(Alex: Are there any other kind?)
    $100 19
In 1954 a Chevrolet Sport Coupe became the 50 millionth car to roll off this company's assembly line
    $100 14
In 1937 the Boston Redskins moved their franchise to this city
    $100 1
A replica of this ship is docked in Plymouth, Massachusetts
    $100 3
It's the kind of singing produced by an adult male in a higher than normal register
    $100 11
When raw, the whites of these contain, avidin, a substance that blocks biotin absorption
    $100 25
Fred Allen called this medium "radio fluoroscoped"
    $200 20
In March 1963, after more than 50 years in operation, the prison on this California island closed
    $200 15
On March 29, 1994, Jimmy Johnson resigned as coach of this team; he was replaced by Barry Switzer
    $200 2
A 180-acre bird sanctuary named for this cereal pioneer is adjacent to Gull Lake near Battle Creek, Michigan
    $200 7
Most symphonies are broken down into 4 of these shorter units
    $200 12
Cashews & avocados contain mostly the monounsaturated type of this
    $200 26
Bartlett's says the slogan "Today is the first day of the rest of" this originated in the 1970s
    $300 21
When completed in 1913, the NYC skyscraper built by this dime store magnate was the tallest in the world
    $300 16
It's the only NFL team whose insignia depicts an aircraft
    $300 4
While visiting this state, be sure to see the Indian cliff dwellings near Blanding, Kanab & Moab
    $300 8
Don't worry if you don't know this term for a strip of metal on a guitar's fingerboard
    $300 13
Phosphorus & calcium are the most plentiful of these inorganic substances that are 4% of body weight
    $300 27
Ralph Waldo Emerson called it "the surest poison", but others say it's "of the essence"
    $400 22
In 1993 8 names were added to this memorial, bringing the total to 58,191
    $400 17
1 of 3 San Francisco 49ers quarterbacks named NFL player of the year by the Associated Press
    DD: $400 5
You'll find 73 golf courses in the area around this South Carolina "Beach"
    $400 9
The name of this percussion instrument is German for "play of bells"
    $400 24
Large, complex protein molecules are made up of smaller units called these
    $400 28
The historian Cornelius Tacitus said these beings "are on the side of the stronger"
    $500 23
In 1960 Del Webb opened the first of these retirement towns just outside of Phoenix
    $500 18
This man coached the Chicago Bears for 40 years--4 non-consecutive 10-year periods
    $500 6
The Oklahoma cities of Duncan, Waurika & Kingfisher have museum displays on this cattle trail
    $500 10
In musical notation, this is a curved line grouping notes & indicating they're played together smoothly
    $500 30
There are 3 major types of these nutrients: starches, sugars & cellulose
    $500 29
Euripides advised "Waste not fresh" ones of these "over old griefs"

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

Steve Lena Frank
$400 $1,200 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Lena Frank
$3,700 $1,100 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
ENGLISH LIT.
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
ACTORS & THEIR ROLES
ANIMALS
THE MACCABEES
    $200 1
She was Honorary Chairman of the Georgia Special Olympics from 1971 to 1975
    $200 7
This author created the Houyhnhnms, talking horses who consider Gulliver their inferior
    $200 13
In 1902 the first Aswan Dam was completed on this river
    $200 4
This comedienne & her daughter Melissa played themselves in the biographical TV movie "Tears and Laughter"
    $200 19
The "Spectacled" type of this snake has markings on it hood that resemble a pair of spectacles
    $200 23
The Maccabees went to war after Antiochus rededicated the temple in Jerusalem to this chief Greek god
    $400 2
In 1933 she graduated from the University of Texas with a B.A. in Liberal Arts
    $400 9
He told us "How the Leopard Got His Spots" in one of his "Just So Stories"
    $400 14
This mountainous region of Germany was named for the dark fir & spruce trees that cover it
    $400 8
This talk show hostess was praised for her acting in the 1986 film "Native Son"
    $400 20
Sadly, the Javan species of this horned mammal is almost extinct
    $400 24
This Jewish holiday is also known as the Feast of the Maccabees
    $600 3
In 1809 she became the 1st first lady to attend her husband's inauguration
    $600 10
This lord's poem "The Prisoner of Chillon" is based on the 16th C. imprisonment of Francois de Bonnivard
    $600 15
St. Croix, St. Thomas & St. John are depicted on the seal of this island group
    $600 18
Robert Donat & Richard Chamberlain both played Edmond Dantes in film versions of this Dumas novel
    $600 21
For a golden hamster, it's 15 to 18 days, for a North American porcupine, 210 to 217 days
    $600 25
In "The City of God", he wrote that the church preserved the 4 books of the Maccabees as martyr tales
    DD: $1,100 5
Surprisingly, she allowed wine to be served at an 1877 White House dinner for 2 Russian grand dukes
    $800 11
The epigraph to his novel "Howards End" expresses his personal motto, "Only Connect"
    $800 16
The boroughs of Brooklyn & Queens are separated from Manhattan by this river
    $800 27
"Music Man" played by Robert Preston in Meredith Willson's 1957 musical
    DD: $2,400 22
The Maori gave this small flightless bird it name, an imitation of its call
    $800 26
This king of Judea at Jesus' birth was a Jew; a Maccabee priest had forced his people to convert
    $1000 6
Some people called her Flossie, a nickname for her given name, Florence
    $1000 12
It's believed that he began writing his unfinished dream-poem "The House of Fame" in the 1370s
    $1000 17
Cities located on the banks of this river include Bismarck, Omaha & Kansas City
    $1000 28
He played Janet Leigh's lover in "Psycho" before he became U.S. Ambassador to Mexico
    $1000 29
This 2-humped camel has a longer coat than the dromedary
    $1000 30
This son of Mattathias was the first to be given the title of Maccabee

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Lena Frank
$9,000 $4,900 $1,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN ARTISTS
His "Triple Self-Portrait" was put on a 29¢ stamp in 1994

Final scores:

Steve Lena Frank
$8,199 $9,001 $900
2nd place: Kingsdown sleep set + Pacific Coast down comforter New champion: $9,001 3rd place: Armitron watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Lena Frank
$11,100 $4,900 $1,700
30 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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