Show #2446 - Monday, April 3, 1995

Contestants

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Ramona Lauda, a grant specialist from Vienna, Virginia

Scott McGraw, an attorney from Virginia Beach, Virginia

Jack Kuehl, a tutor & ski instructor from Endicott, New York

Jeopardy! Round

NATURE
'40s FILM FACTS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
U.S.A.
AROUND THE HOUSE
PROVERBS
    $100 15
Soft pines, such as the white pine, have 5 of these unique leaves in a cluster; hard pines have 2 or 3
    $100 18
Roberto Rossellini depicted the Nazi occupation of this capital city, his birthplace, in "Open City"
    $100 1
This producer of earthmoving equipment is called "CAT" for short
    $100 2
Indian legend says that Bayou Teche in this state was created by a giant snake
    $100 22
A "crazy" one of these covers is a patchwork type without a regular design
    $100 7
"Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man" these 3 things
    $200 17
The African clawed frog is unusual because it has claws to help catch prey rather than this organ
    $200 25
Marjorie Belcher, who later became Marge Champion, was the model for the Blue Fairy in this Disney film
    $200 12
Mobil Corporation produces the Hefty brand of these items
    $200 3
There's a museum in Mount Horeb, Wisconsin that's devoted entirely to this yellow condiment
    $200 30
You may have one of these frames for shoes, spices or wine
    $200 8
It completes the proverb "Never put off till tomorrow..."
    $300 21
The yellow jacket is a social one of these insects; the cicada killer is a solitary one
    $300 26
In 1941 she starred in "Caught in the Draft", "Road to Zanzibar" & "Aloma of the South Seas"
    $300 13
This insurance co., named for a signer of the Declaration of Independence, was founded in 1862
    $300 4
Hereford, Texas is known as the "Town Without a Toothache" because its water is high in this compound
    $300 29
A glass enclosure for fish is an aquarium; one that holds plants & animals is this
    $300 9
As well as "a virtue", it's also "The key of paradise"
    $400 20
The Indian fig is one of the more common types of this cactus fruit
    $400 27
Kittenish actress Simone Simon showed her claws in this classic horror film about feline folk
    $400 14
This photographic film maker bought the maker of Bayer Aspirin in 1988
    $400 5
The 2 presidents whose birthplaces, homes & final resting places can be visited in Quincy, Mass.
    $400 23
It's a small, round decorative piece of linen used to protect a table from something set on it
    $400 10
It is said that "Man learns little from success, but much from" this
    $500 19
Coral is made of this substance secreted by polyps as an external skeleton
    $500 28
This blonde with peekaboo hair was Alan Ladd's leading lady in "The Blue Dahlia" & "This Gun for Hire"
    DD: $500 16
This company launched its moderately priced Courtyard Hotels in 1983
    $500 6
A statue of this orator represents Nebraska in Statuary Hall in Washington, D.C.
    $500 24
It's a 5-letter synonym for vestibule
    $500 11
It's worth "a pound of cure"

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

Jack Scott Ramona
$1,000 $1,700 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Scott Ramona
$1,000 $2,300 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

MEDIEVAL HISTORY
ARTISTS
MYTHOLOGY
AFRICAN CITIES
TEXTILES
WORLD LITERATURE
    $200 1
Llewelyn Ap Gruffydd, who died in 1282, was the first man recognized by England as Prince of this
    $200 9
Calcium deficiency helped stunt the growth of this recorder of "Moulin Rouge" nightlife
    $200 30
Some say Apollo guided the arrow that struck this warrior in his vulnerable heel
    $200 29
This largest South African city is often called the Golden City, in reference to nearby gold mines
    $200 22
Rajah, which resembles shantung, originated in this country
    $200 3
In 1851 this classic was published in England under the title "The Whale"
    $400 2
In the 6th century St. Columba founded the Monastery of Kells at Meath in this country
    $400 12
Mu-Chi-Fa-Ch'ang's masterpiece "Six Persimmons" is in a temple in this former Japanese capital
    $400 27
For a fee, Charon the Ferryman carried the dead across this river of Hades
    $400 28
Port Said, Egypt was founded by the builders of this waterway
    $400 23
The Harris type of this fabric was originally dyed with natural substances like lichen & heather
    $400 5
At its most evil, this alter ego of Dr. Jekyll murders a member of Parliament
    $600 4
An early college in this city was founded by Robert of Sorbon around 1257
    $600 13
This "Younger" artist's portrait of Henry VIII & Jane Seymour was destroyed by fire in 1698
    DD: $3,000 18
Her epithet Pallas may have come from a giant of the same name she slew
    $600 19
Kampala, capital of Uganda, lies on the shores of this largest African lake
    $600 24
This fabric that originated in Nimes, France is sometimes called jean
    $600 6
This author of "The Jungle" wrote pulp fiction under the pen name Clarke Fitch
    $800 10
In 1258 Hulagu, grandson of Genghis Khan, captured this city on the Tigris & executed the caliph
    $800 14
One of Paul Cezanne's boyhood friends was this author of "J'accuse"
    $800 17
Among this king's 50 sons were Hector & Troilus
    $800 20
The city of Zanzibar, now in this country, was a major slave trading center
    $800 25
The FTC defines this in part as "a manufactured fiber composed of regenerated cellulose"
    $800 7
This author of "Herzog" was awarded the 1976 Nobel Prize for Literature
    $1000 11
The grand master of this military-religious order was killed at the fall of Acre in 1291
    $1000 15
Artist William Wegman is also known for his photographs of Man Ray & Fay Ray, which are these animals
    $1000 16
According to Hesiod, it was from this void that all things arose
    DD: $1,000 21
When this country became independent in 1962, Kigali became its capital
    $1000 26
The narrow-wale type of this fabric is also called pinwale
    $1000 8
His 1930 novel "As I Lay Dying" is divided into 59 short monologues

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Scott Ramona
$3,200 $7,700 $10,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MEN OF MEDICINE
This British physician introduced the term "vaccine" in a 1798 report

Final scores:

Jack Scott Ramona
$100 $15,400 $15,600
3rd place: Le Roncato luggage 2nd place: Trip to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina New champion: $15,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jack Scott Ramona
$3,200 $8,700 $7,700
8 R,
2 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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