Show #2444 - Thursday, March 30, 1995

Bruce Borchardt game 4.

Contestants

Hugh Zegers, a high school teacher originally from The Hague, Netherlands

Jeff Rinde, a teacher originally from Endwell, New York

Bruce Borchardt, a metrologist originally from Denver, Colorado (whose 3-day cash winnings total $44,899)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE CIVIL WAR
'50s FILM FACTS
FOOD & DRINK
BODIES OF WATER
NOTORIOUS
ENDS IN "GO"
    $100 5
Paul Revere's grandson Colonel Paul Joseph Revere was mortally wounded at this Penn. battle
    $100 18
James Mason portrayed this general in the '50s films "The Desert Fox" & "The Desert Rat"
    $100 14
Koolau Lager was a Pilsner-type beer once brewed in this U.S. state
    $100 1
At 70 million square miles, it's the world's largest single physical feature
    $100 23
On Jan, 3, 1993 2 TV movies about this "Long Island Lolita" aired opposite each other
    $100 7
A song says it "takes two to" perform this dance
    $200 9
John Clem, who was one of these musicians in the Union Army at age 10, retired as a maj. gen. in 1916
    $200 19
Lana Turner earned a Best Actress Oscar nomination for this film based on Grace Metalious' novel
    $200 15
The parsnip has a long, tapering root that resembles this orange veggie to which it's related
    $200 2
It's also known as the Arabian Gulf
    $200 24
General Schwarzkopf's father headed the N.J. State Police during this 1932 kidnapping investigation
    $200 8
It's Spanish for friend
    $300 11
On Sept, 2, 1864 Mayor James M. Calhoun surrendered this Georgia city to Union troops
    $300 20
He sang "All The Way" when he played singer-turned-comedian Joe E. Lewis in 1957's "The Joker is Wild"
    $300 28
It's believed that limes originated on this continent
    $300 3
This largest African lake was originally called Ukerewe
    $300 25
James A. Johnston was the first warden of this notorious federal prison in San Francisco Bay
    $300 10
It's the specialized vocabulary of a particular discipline or field
    $400 12
This state, home of the 1st capital of the Confederacy, was the 4th to secede from the Union
    $400 21
Little Richard sang the title tune for this blonde bombshell's 1956 comedy "The Girl Can't Help It"
    $400 29
Raisins or currants are the "spots" in spotted dog, a suet pudding created in this country
    $400 4
The Kerch Strait connects the Sea of Azov with this sea
    $400 26
He retired from crime shortly after the death of his brother Jesse in 1882
    $400 16
A leading maker of motor homes, this company celebrated its 35th anniversary in 1993
    $500 13
Southerners refer to these 2 battles as 1st & 2nd Manassas; northerners call them this
    $500 22
She starred in the 1951 film "Lorna Doone", but you probably know her better as TV's Della Street
    $500 30
Much of the robusta type of this beverage comes from Africa
    DD: $500 6
Among European rivers, the Danube is second in length only to this one
    $500 27
Pierre Laval was executed for his role in this WWII collaborationist French government
    $500 17
Explorer Vespucci's first name

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

Bruce Jeff Hugh
$200 $200 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Jeff Hugh
$3,800 $200 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

FOUNDERS
COLLEGES
GENERAL SCIENCE
DELAWARE
CLOTH & FABRIC
NOVEL OPERAS
    $200 9
In 1977 she founded the Arkansas Advocates for Children & Families
    $200 16
This Tuskegee teacher earned his master's degree at Iowa State Agricultural College
    $200 2
In tachycardia this beats over 100 times a minute
    $200 1
About 1800 of these people in the state in 1860 were not freed until the 13th Amendment in 1865
    $200 23
One of the most common uses for green baize is to cover these tables that have pockets in them
    $200 19
English title of the novel that inspired Isidore de Lara's opera "Les Trois Mousquetaires"
    $400 10
In 1908, backed by Buick head William Durant, Albert Champion founded a company to make these
    $400 17
The N.J. college named for this inventor has no campus; it offers degrees through equivalency exams
    $400 3
Voyager 1 found one of these above Jupiter; astronomers had only known of Saturn's & Uranus'
    $400 4
This city, Delaware's capital, has a population of less than 35,000
    $400 24
Shahtoosh is made from the throat hairs of one type of this animal, mohair from another
    $400 20
Composer Vittorio Giannini's sister Dusolina played Hester in his opera based on this Hawthorne novel
    $600 11
Around 700 B.C. the Oscans founded this Italian city near Herculaneum & Stabiae
    $600 18
While at this college in Dublin, Oscar Wilde won the Berkeley Gold Medal for Greek
    $600 5
Wilhelm Roentgen announced the discovery of these rays in "Eine neue Art von Strahlen" in 1895
    $600 8
The state name comes from Lord de la Warr, who was governor of this colony to the south
    $600 25
Chino is a fabric made from this fiber
    $600 28
Mr. Fezziwig is featured in Thea Musgrave's opera based on this Dickens novel
    $800 14
1 of the 3 Plymouth colonists who founded Duxbury, Massachusetts
    DD: $1,000 21
Dartmouth College was established in 1769 by a charter from this king
    $800 6
The name of this primate suborder that includes lemurs means "before apes"
    $800 12
The American Party, also known by this "ignorant" name, elected a Delaware governor in 1854
    $800 26
The name of this coarse fabric of linen & wool tells you there's linen & wool in it
    $1000 15
Irish for "we ourselves", this party was founded by Arthur Griffith in 1905
    $1000 22
Amherst College administers this Washington, D.C. library devoted to a playwright
    $1000 7
This adjective refers to metals that can be drawn out into a wire
    $1000 13
As a colony, Delaware passed from Sweden's control to this country's control in 1655
    $1000 27
It's a heavy silk cloth with a raised design, often in gold or silver

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Jeff Hugh
$8,400 $1,600 $1,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
Part of the largest archipelago, it consists of more than 13,600 islands & is 3,200 miles long

Final scores:

Bruce Jeff Hugh
$3,200 $2,601 $2,500
4-day champion: $48,099 + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: Klipsch speakers and a SoftSauna steam room + Jeopardy! home game 3rd place: Krups appliances + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bruce Jeff Hugh
$8,900 $1,400 $1,300
29 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
8 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $11,600

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