Show #2173 - Wednesday, February 2, 1994

Tom Nichols game 3.

Contestants

Geoff Berman, a writer originally from Atlanta,Georgia

Judy Paullus, a computer programmer from Newbury Park, California

Tom Nichols, a professor originally from Chicopee, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1970s
GAME SHOWS
ETIQUETTE
CREEPY CRAWLY THINGS
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
8-LETTER WORDS
    $100 6
In 1978 the rate of this in Argentina was 169.8%, the world's highest
    $100 11
In 1989 Bob Eubanks divorced himself from this show, turning the hosting over to Paul Rodriguez
    $100 16
You shouldn't eat or smoke while this song is being played in a public place
    $100 18
A sailor's superstition says that these creatures desert a ship they know will sink
    $100 1
This university near South Bend, Indiana is run by the Congregation of the Holy Cross
    $100 26
In this game one player bends over at the waist while another jumps over him
    $200 7
In June 1973 Admiral Luis Carrero Blanco replaced him as president of Spain's cabinet
    $200 12
In 1972 Bob Barker hosted his 1st year on "The Price is Right" & his 16th year on this show
    $200 17
To cut in during a dance, a man should first do this to the chosen woman's current partner
    $200 19
This creepy creature might be lug, inch or book
    $200 2
It's the oldest member of the Ivy League
    $200 27
A continuous track on which luggage is placed at the airport, or a merry-go-round
    $300 8
In May 1976 Clarence Kelley apologized for its "clearly wrong and quite indefensible" activities
    $300 13
In titles, this word followed "You Don't" & preceded "When!"
    $300 23
A strolling musician in a restaurant shouldn't be tipped unless he does this
    $300 20
These pre-moth creatures eat constantly
    $300 3
Victoria University of Wellington is one of the 6 universities run by this nation's government
    $300 28
To drain cooked spaghetti, use this metal or plastic bowl with a perforated bottom
    $400 9
On Sept. 13, 1970 this future emperor closed the first World's Fair held in Asia
    $400 14
Rounds on this show included "Melody Roulette" & "Bid-A-Note"
    $400 24
At the bridal table, he sits to the bride's right
    $400 21
Related to the snail, these gastropods climb trees & lower themselves back down on a mucous thread
    $400 4
This European university's 3 oldest colleges are University, Balliol & Merton
    $400 29
The head of a state, or a mechanical device for maintaining uniform speed
    DD: $500 10
In 1979 Donald F. McHenry succeeded this man as U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
    $500 15
On this show, Boris Karloff admitted to Garry Moore that he was afraid of mice
    $500 25
Elizabeth Post says a thank-you note isn't necessary after a dinner party unless you were this
    $500 22
Trying to humanize these big kitchen bugs, model Paulina Porizkova co-wrote a kids' book about them
    $500 5
In 1924 Trinity College of Durham, North Carolina changed its name to this
    $500 30
An animal embodying a supernatural spirit that aids a witch

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

Tom Judy Geoff
$2,400 -$100 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Judy Geoff
$4,300 $1,700 -$700

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE OLD WEST
POLITICAL PARTY TIME
ARCHAEOLOGY
THE VIOLIN
WORLD CAPITALS
LITERATURE
    $200 15
Chief of scouts for the 5th Cavalry, he later had his own wild west show
    $200 2
This party's manifesto was published in 1848
    $200 20
Discovered in 1922, this king's tomb also contained the remains of 2 infants, probably his children
    $200 27
This folk term for a violin may come from the Latin vitulari, meaning "to skip like a calf"
    $200 1
Westminster, a borough of this capital city, was originally an island in the Thames marshes
    $200 5
From his first Perry Mason novel in 1938 until his death in 1970, he wrote over 100 books
    $400 16
Before the Barlow Road was was built, the last part of the Oregon Trail was a raft ride down this river
    $400 3
The Italian constitution of January 1, 1948 ousted this party
    $400 21
The discovery of these beginning in 1947 yielded fragments of all the Old Testament books except Esther
    $400 10
In 1956 Soviet troops invaded this Hungarian capital to stop a revolution
    $400 6
In "Great Expectations", this spinster has been jilted on her wedding day by a Mr. Compeyson
    $600 17
On April 21, 1881 he was turned over to Sheriff Pat Garrett, but he escaped April 28
    $600 4
By 1983 this new West German environmental party had 27 seats
    $600 22
In the 1980s over 80 skeletons of people who apparently died during this event were discovered at Herculaneum
    $600 11
To end the rivalry between Granada & Leon, it was chosen as Nicaragua's capital in the 1850s
    $600 7
Clarence Day's follow-up to this 1935 work was titled "Life with Mother"
    $800 18
English term for the person who looks after the horses; it may come from the Spanish "caballerango"
    $800 12
Shared party name of Moshe Dayan of Israel, Bob Hawke of Australia & Ramsay MacDonald of Britain
    $800 23
Nicknamed "The Horse Emperor", 2 of his ships were raised from Italy's Lake Nemi in the 1920s
    DD: $1,000 14
This South American capital was laid out in the shape of an airplane in the late 1950s
    $800 8
Philip Nolan is the title character of this 1863 Edward Everett Hale story
    $1000 25
Leland Stanford & Thomas Durant took turns "driving" this May 10, 1869
    $1000 13
This Progressive Conservative leader represented Canada at the 1993 G-7 Conference
    $1000 24
In the 1960s the Leakey family found remains of this early human whose name means "Handy Man"
    $1000 26
It's the term for plucking the strings rather than using a bow
    $1000 19
Ships once paid a toll at Helsingor before proceeding to this capital 25 miles to the south
    $1000 9
In 1930 this British novelist published a satire of literary life called "Cakes and Ale"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Judy Geoff
$8,300 $4,500 $1,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ORGANIZATIONS
As a declaration of faith, soldiers in this organization sign the Articles of War

Final scores:

Tom Judy Geoff
$7,500 $100 $2,300
3-day champion: $31,700 3rd place: His & Her Daniel Mink watches 2nd place: Trip to Miami, Florida & 7-day cruise

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Judy Geoff
$8,100 $5,000 $1,300
29 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $14,400

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