Show #2531 - Monday, September 11, 1995

Contestants

Barbara Robson, a linguist from Arlington, Virginia

Jack Honig, a songwriter from Jericho, Vermont

Lynn Hooker, a graduate student from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

CHEMISTRY
FAMOUS WOMEN
TRAVEL & TOURISM
THE SUPREME COURT
GUINNESS RECORDS
CROSSWORD CLUES "A"
    $100 7
This is the process of turning animal skins or hides into useful leather
    $100 1
Some of this singer's fans call themselves the "Sinead Brigade"
    $100 16
The first stone arch bridge with this name was begun over the Thames in 1176 & completed in 1209
    $100 21
This cracked while tolling the 1835 death of Chief Justice John Marshall
    $100 26
This ocean, the world's largest, represents 45.9% of the world's total ocean area
    $100 2
Sorcerer's helper (10)
    $200 9
These everyday items produce flame by the reaction between red phosphorus & potassium chlorate
    $200 3
In 1984, while her husband was vice president, she was named "Outstanding Mother of the Year"
    $200 17
A Juneau, Alaska fish hatchery, which has guided tours, hatches about 150 million of this fish's eggs each year
    $200 22
The 1st justice with a U.S. law degree was Benjamin Curtis, who earned it from this Mass. university in 1832
    $200 27
This is the world's best-selling book with about 2.5 billion copies sold between 1815 & 1975
    $200 4
Occasion for practical jokes (5,5,3)
    $300 10
This green coloring material of plants in soluble in alcohol or ether
    $300 5
Nichelle Nichols called her 1994 memoir "Beyond" this "Star Trek" character
    $300 18
You can enter this national park from Cody, Wyoming, Gardiner, Montana or 3 other entrances
    $300 23
In 1945 Justice Robert H. Jackson went on leave to prosecute war criminals in this city
    $300 28
At 2,133.76 gallons, the world's largest cocktail was one of these tequila concoctions
    $300 13
French adios (5)
    $400 11
Vermilion, the red pigment in Chinese lacquer painting, is a compound of this metal, Hg
    $400 6
In 1994 this princess' daughter Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones married artist Daniel Chatto
    $400 19
The Breakers Mansion in this Rhode Island resort city is open to the public from April to October
    $400 24
In Ex Parte Milligan, a case that grew out of this war, the Court limited the application of martial law
    $400 29
The Jahre Viking, the world's largest ship, is this kind of ship
    $400 14
For bidding place (7)
    $500 12
This brown pigment of hair, skin & eyes is a polymer
    $500 8
In June 1994 Vanessa Williams replaced this leading lady in Broadway's "Kiss of the Spider Woman"
    $500 20
Tourist sites in this Syrian capital include Saladin's Tomb & the Mosque of Sultan Suleiman
    DD: $400 25
John Paul Stevens, who replaced William O. Douglas, was this president's only appointee
    $500 30
The world's widest waterfall is Khone Falls on this river in Laos
    $500 15
Anne Tyler's tourist (10)

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Lynn Jack Barbara
$2,200 $700 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lynn Jack Barbara
$2,200 $3,800 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

MYTHOLOGY
THE 1950s
ISLANDS
MYSTERIES
OPERA
CORRUPTED WORDS
    $200 11
One of these creatures had 4 horses' hooves & 2 human arms
    $200 26
In 1957 DJ Alan Freed banned some of this white buck shoed singer's recordings from his program
    $200 22
Japan's capital, Tokyo, lies on this island
    $200 16
Her daughter Carol Higgins Clark published her first mystery in 1992
    $200 5
The Infante of this country is a leading character in Kreutzer's opera "The Night Camp in Granada"
    $200 1
"A napron" shuffled a bit & became this item of clothing
    $400 12
After Odysseus sailed past them, they killed themselves for failing to stop him with their song
    $400 27
Between August 23 & October 6, 1958 this country bombed Quemoy Island
    $400 23
This republic's independence is guaranteed by a 1959 agreement among the U.K., Greece & Turkey
    $400 17
Simon Templar, known by this nickname, made his first appearance in 1928's "Meet the Tiger"
    $400 7
Marvin David Levy's opera "Mourning Becomes Electra" is based on a play by this author
    $400 2
Acadian was corrupted into this word after a move from Canada to Louisiana
    $600 13
This dog prevented the living from entering Hades & the dead from leaving it
    DD: $500 28
Introduced in 1952, an example of one is seen here:
    $600 21
Montego Bay on this Caribbean island was once an Arawak Indian village
    $600 18
1964's Edgar winner for Best Novel was this author's "The Spy Who Came in from the Cold"
    $600 8
Prokofiev based an opera on Carlo Gozzi's "L'Amore delle tre melarance", the love of three of these
    $600 3
A Ragman Roll, an old catalog, became this word for nonsense or a list of petty procedures
    $800 14
This personification of love has many origins, one as the winged son of Hermes & Artemis
    $800 24
Most of this country's population lives on the Greater Sunda Islands
    $800 19
Dorothy Sayers had this Lord solve "The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club"
    $800 9
This "Rigoletto" composer's dramatic opera "Stiffelio" concerns the adulterous wife of a minister
    $800 4
The name of William the Conqueror's census book came from this term for the final judgment
    $1000 15
It's the group name given to the 12 children of Uranus & Gaea
    $1000 25
Frobisher Bat at this largest Canadian island is named for the island's discoverer
    DD: $2,000 20
Last name of the twin playwrights who wrote several mysteries together under the pen name Peter Anthony
    $1000 10
Henrietta, this beheaded king's widow, is a prisoner in "I Puritani", set during the English Civil War
    $1000 6
'D rather, from "would rather", became this choice you'd rather have

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lynn Jack Barbara
$4,000 $9,500 $4,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FRENCH AUTHORS
In 1881 Paris' Avenue d'Eylau was renamed for this author who lived on it in honor of his 80th year

Final scores:

Lynn Jack Barbara
$7,000 $9,500 $300
2nd place New champion: $9,500 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lynn Jack Barbara
$6,000 $9,700 $4,300
17 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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