Show #2372 - Tuesday, December 20, 1994

Contestants

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Georgia Popplewell, a television producer originally from Trinidad and Tobago

Richard Rasmussen, a probation officer from Walnut Creek, California

Lena Nowak, a proofreader from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA
SINGERS
DESIGN
AROUND THE WORLD
ANGELS
FILE UNDER "N"
    $100 6
The fathers of Andrew Jackson & Chester Alan Arthur were immigrants from this "Emerald Isle"
    $100 1
After high school, this singer of "Sweet Caroline" attended NYU on a fencing scholarship
    $100 10
Walter Teague designed the basic station for Texaco & in 1934, a Baby Brownie for this company
    $100 15
Aso & Yake Dake are 2 of this country's active volcanoes
    $100 26
In 2 Corinthians he says to watch out for false apostles; what looks like an angel of light may be Satan
    $100 21
After the Santa Maria was wrecked, this became Christopher Columbus' flagship
    $200 7
In 1938 he appeared with Susan Hayward in Warner Brothers' prison drama "Girls on Probation"
    $200 2
Elvis Presley is "The King" & he's "The Boss"
    $200 11
In the 1850s this American inventor patented his design for a sealed glass storage jar
    $200 16
The Spanish call this part of the United Kingdom Escocia
    $200 27
A Time poll says 46% of Americans believe they have their own one of these watching them
    $200 22
He's the dog in the old RCA Victor trademark "His Master's Voice"
    $300 8
Salmon P. Chase administered the presidential oath of office to him in a hotel suite, April 15, 1865
    $300 3
He had his first Top 10 hit when he re-recorded "Ida May" as "Maybellene"
    $300 12
Giorgio Giugiaro has designed Seiko watches & this 1974 VW model, known in Europe as the Golf
    $300 18
Launceston, the 2nd-largest city in this Australian Island state, was named for a town in Cornwall
    $300 28
Muslims believe that 2 angels accompany each person, recording these opposites in their books
    $300 23
It's a rich, creamy sauce for lobster made with butter, egg yolks & sherry
    $400 9
Some of his detractors called him "Whiskey Van"
    $400 4
"Reflections" was the first single on which she was given top billing
    $400 13
From about 1897 to WWII, P.J. Towle sold his maple syrup in a tin shaped like one of these structures
    $400 19
The Catholic University of Chile is in this capital city
    $400 29
Tony Kushner won a 1993 Pulitzer Prize for this play
    $400 24
They constitute the largest Indian tribe in the U.S.
    DD: $500 17
In 1900 he was working as a mining engineer in China when the Boxer Rebellion broke out
    $500 5
In 1994 an asteroid was named for this late leader of the Mothers of Invention
    $500 14
Eero Aarnio is known for a ball type of this item of furniture, Eero Saarinen for a womb type
    $500 20
Of the 10 largest countries in area, this is the only one in Africa
    $500 30
The name angel comes from a Greek word meaning this, an angel's job
    $500 25
Not surprisingly, this flower of the amaryllis family is often a symbol of egotism

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

Lena Richard Georgia
$1,600 $700 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lena Richard Georgia
$3,200 $1,100 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN RULERS
SEWING
GEOLOGY
NICKNAMES
U.S. GEOGRAPHY
BOOKS & AUTHORS
    $200 1
This Tudor queen's motto was "Semper eadem", which means "Ever the same"
    $200 12
To shorten a skirt, you may need to rip this out
    $200 24
Of the 3 major types of rock, nearly all oil deposits occur in this one
    $200 6
"The Mighty Bambino"
    $200 11
Located near Carlsbad Caverns, Red Bluff Lake is this state's lowest point
    $200 16
Bruce Catton completed his 3-volume "Centennial History of" this war in 1965
    $400 2
This king and patron saint of Hungary is known in his native land as Szent Istvan
    $400 14
To reinforce these that get extra strain, sew smaller ones to them on the underside of the garment
    $400 25
Geologists use m.y. as an abbreviation for this length of time
    $400 7
This symphony conductor was known as "Mr. Pops"
    $400 13
FL.'s 2 largest metro areas are Miami-Ft. Lauderdale & this city-St. Petersburg-Clearwater
    $400 17
He described his character Fyodor Karamazov as "a despicable, vicious man and at the same time senseless"
    $600 3
This country's King Alfonso V was nicknamed "The African" for his military victories in Morocco
    $600 15
Advanced sewers may baste with these instead of thread
    $600 26
The 3 natural industrial forms of this hard mineral are called bort, ballas & carbonado
    $600 8
Pool hustler Rudolf Walter Wanderone, Jr. was known by this "state"ly nickname
    $600 22
The Chattahoochee River forms part of the border between Alabama & this state
    $600 19
"Animal Farm" author who described his vagabond years in "Down and Out in Paris and London"
    $800 4
Current Biography said this country's King Carl XVI Gustaf enjoys driving a tractor for relaxation
    $800 18
The patch type of this is the easiest to make; the side seam, slot & welt are a bit harder
    $800 27
Often improperly called "tidal waves", these seem to occur after earthquakes over 6.5
    $800 9
W.D. O'Connor called this "Leaves of Grass" author the "Good Gray Poet"
    $800 30
These mountains in northern New York are the state's highest range
    $800 21
You could say he gave birth to "Rosemary's Baby", since he wrote the novel
    $1000 5
Margrethe I was a 10-year-old princess of this country when she wed Haakon VI of Norway in 1363
    $1000 20
Inverted pleats are the reverse side of this type of pleats
    $1000 28
The name of this oldest period of the Paleozoic Era comes from the Roman name for Wales
    DD: $2,000 10
Modern British sculptor known as the "Father of the Hole"
    DD: $1,000 29
In area, it's the largest Rocky Mountain state
    $1000 23
The title of this author's 1906 novel "The Man of Property" refers to Soames Forsyte

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lena Richard Georgia
$6,800 $6,100 $4,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
The 7-year revolt by the Front de Liberation Nationale led this country to independence in 1962

Final scores:

Lena Richard Georgia
$699 $12,200 $9,180
3rd place: JVC VCR New champion: $12,200 2nd place: Wallace Silversmiths tea service + candelabra

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lena Richard Georgia
$7,300 $6,100 $4,600
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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