Show #2416 - Monday, February 20, 1995

Contestants

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Suze Keefe, a bookkeeper from Wilmette, Illinois

Steve Salinger, a writer from Warren, New Jersey

Charlie Garfink, a cafe owner from San Rafael, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $13,400)

Jeopardy! Round

MATH
TV TRIVIA
U.S. HISTORY
LEGENDS
LONDON
POTPOURRI
    $100 11
The name of this branch of math comes from the Arabic al-jabr, meaning "restoration"
    $100 1
Fans of this '60s sitcom have been called "Jedheads"
    $100 6
With the nation in a financial panic, FDR ordered this type of holiday a day after his inauguration
    $100 26
Altdorf in the Uri canton is the home of this legendary archer
    $100 12
The ashes of this father of psychoanalysis are housed in Golders Green Crematorium
    $100 17
Relatively speaking, this tall timepiece was named for a 19th C. song by Henry C. Work
    $200 22
Unlike odd numbers, even numbers are divisible by this
    $200 2
"Going to Extremes" was set on Jantique, a fictional island, but filmed on this island, mon
    $200 7
The Battle of Bladensburg in August 1814 preceded the burning of this city by the British
    $200 27
Legend says that the father of this Arthurian wizard was an incubus
    $200 13
The Tomb of the Unknown Warrior & shrine of Edward the Confessor are in this abbey
    $200 18
It's the kind of bear that symbolizes California on California's state seal
    $300 23
Rarely used anymore, this calculating device employs logarithmic scales to multiply numbers
    $300 3
Pat Corley, who plays Phil the bartender on this sitcom, is a former ballet dancer
    DD: $500 8
In an 1823 address, he declared that the Americas were closed to new European colonization
    $300 28
Vachel Lindsay wrote a poem "In Praise of" this wandering seed spreader
    $300 14
This bridge, London's most spectacular, was built by Jones & Barry in 1894
    $300 19
Pinocchio might know that this other name for Florence Fennel rhymes with his name
    $400 24
These can be measured in degrees or radians
    $400 4
In 1969 this "Twilight Zone" host entered a new dimension as host of the game show "Liars Club"
    $400 9
When it first met in 1789, the House of Representatives had 65 members; today it's set at this many
    $400 29
Dagon, the Philistine god of fertility, is the legendary inventor of this basic piece of farm equipment
    $400 15
You can ride down Rotten Row in this 340-acre central London park
    $400 20
The first of these language schools was founded in 1878 in Providence, Rhode Island
    $500 25
These are whole numbers used for counting, including zero & negative numbers
    $500 5
This Sally Field series was set in Puerto Rico
    $500 10
In March 1776 the Marine Corps made its 1st landing, at New Providence in this Caribbean island group
    $500 30
Scottish water spirits called Kelpies take the shape of these animals & drown their riders
    $500 16
This structure built for the Great Exhibition of 1851 & later moved was destroyed by fire in 1936
    $500 21
Somers Day is a holiday in this British colony once known as the Somers Islands

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

Charlie Steve Suze
$2,700 $1,100 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charlie Steve Suze
$5,000 $1,500 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
NATIONAL PARKS
ART
SENATORS
ANCIENT EGYPT
LITERATURE
    $200 1
This Russian empress' love of literature promoted a correspondence with Voltaire
    $200 2
Notable ones of these in Yellowstone National Park are Riverside, Daisy & Great Fountain
    $200 15
In 1950 Spanish painter Joan Miro created a mural for this Cambridge, Mass. university
    $200 7
He was presiding over the Senate Nov. 22, 1963 when the news reached him of his brother's death
    $200 18
The first of these structures was created by placing series of mastabas atop each other
    $200 20
In his "The Martian Chronicles", Earth begins its colonization of Mars in 1999
    $400 12
This victor at the Alamo served as president of Mexico 5 different times
    $400 3
Inland seas covering Kentucky about 300 million years ago formed this park's limestone
    $400 17
Barbari's "Dead Bird" of 1504 is considered the 1st modern example of these paintings of inanimate objects
    $400 8
In 1980, when he was 33, he was the youngest man ever elected to the Senate from Indiana
    $400 19
The Ancient Egyptians used this plant to make rope & sails as well as writing material
    $400 21
Marooned Scottish sailor Alexander Selkirk was the inspiration for this fictional shipwrecked man
    $600 13
Records of his 1673 expedition with Marquette were lost when his canoe capsized on the way back
    $600 4
Major attractions of this park include El Capitan & several spectacular waterfalls
    $600 25
Pissarro was the only artist displayed in all of this movement's exhibitions of 1874-1886
    $600 9
Nancy Kassebaum has represented this state in the Senate since 1978
    $600 28
This salad green was part of the rituals of the god Seth & was thought to have magical properties
    $600 22
This 1934 Henry Miller book wasn't published in the U.S. until 1961
    DD: $1,800 14
Rome's greatest orator, he was also known as Tully
    $800 5
Named for a president, this North Dakota park includes the cabin from his Maltese Cross Ranch
    $800 26
While on an expedition, artist Rockwell Kent painted scenes of this southern part of Argentina
    $800 10
In 1989 this husband of Lynda Bird Johnson became Virginia's 1st Democratic senator in 16 years
    $800 29
The Restoration Stela gives an account of this young pharaoh's efforts to stabilize the government
    $800 23
This 1972 Richard Adams novel concerns a community of rabbits in Berkshire, England
    $1000 16
This cartographer's first projection map of the world was published in 1569
    $1000 6
The USA's largest Alaska cedar is found in this largest national park in Washington
    DD: $500 27
According to its title, Frans Hals' most famous portrait depicts a cavalier doing this
    $1000 11
This W.V. Democrat & president pro tem didn't learn his real name was Cornelius Sale until his teens
    $1000 30
The statues of this pharaoh at Abu Simbel are more than 65 feet tall
    $1000 24
Professors Hanky & Panky are characters in his "Erewhon Revisited"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charlie Steve Suze
$10,900 $4,500 $4,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
At 70, he was the oldest signer of the Declaration of Independence

Final scores:

Charlie Steve Suze
$12,000 $8,500 $8,800
3-day champion: $25,400 3rd place: Amana SoftSound dishwasher 2nd place: Acer Power desktop computer & Sentry Firesafe media chest

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Charlie Steve Suze
$11,400 $4,300 $3,400
35 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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