Show #2204 - Thursday, March 17, 1994

Amy Fine game 5.

Contestants

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Laura Kolb, an electronic court reporter from Los Angeles, California

David Jacobs, an attorney originally from Chicago, Illinois

Amy Fine, a wife & mother from Potomac, Maryland (whose 4-day cash winnings total $59,203)

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Jeopardy! Round

CANADA
THE GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS
NUTRITION
DATES IN HISTORY
CLOTHES
STUFF AND NONSENSE
    $100 2
3 of this province's major newspapers are La Presse, Le Devoir & Le Soleil
    $100 21
When she won for playing Alexis on "Dynasty", she thanked Sophia Loren "for turning down the part"
    $100 16
Pregnant women should increase intake of this mineral, plentiful in milk, by 50%
    $100 26
On Sept. 8, 1974 President Ford granted him a "full, free and absolute pardon"
    $100 7
One of these knit items may be cashmere, fisherman's or letter
    $100 1
This 5-letter word is probably a blend of "hocus-pocus" & "bunkum"
    $200 3
The standard postal abbreviation for this province is AB
    $200 22
She said, "All I can say is 'wow'" when she & Paul Williams won for writing "Evergreen"
    $200 17
This element that may provoke hypertension makes up 40% of salt by weight
    $200 27
A discovery made Jan. 24, 1848 at John Sutter's mill touched off this event
    $200 8
It's the piece that turns a suit into a 3-piece suit
    $200 11
The kind of nonsense one excels in after kissing a certain Irish stone
    $300 4
The O'Keefe Centre in this Ontario city is the home of the Canadian Opera Company
    $300 23
She said, "Most of all, I want to thank the gorillas" when she won in 1989 for "Gorillas in the Mist"
    $300 18
Like carrots, apricots & peaches are rich sources of this vitamin
    $300 28
On Nov. 19, 1873 this political "Boss" was convicted of defrauding New York City of about $6,000,000
    $300 9
They're denim trousers with a bib top & suspenders
    $300 13
This "sausage" synonym nonsense may have, arisen because sausage was considered an inferior food
    $400 5
It was a major British naval base during the War of 1812; now it's Nova Scotia's capital
    $400 24
After winning in 1980 for "Kramer vs. Kramer", this actor said, "I'd like to thank divorce"
    $400 19
The "ascorbic" in ascorbic acid, this vitamin's chemical name means "anti-scurvy"
    $400 29
After more than 15 years of effort, he finally reached the North Pole April 6, 1909
    $400 10
This street in London's Soho lent its name to a style of mod fashions in the 1960s
    $400 14
The first part of this word for pompous bureaucratic gibberish sounds like the noise a turkey makes
    $500 6
Beaver Creek in this territory is the westernmost community in Canada
    $500 25
Winning in 1984 for "Silkwood", this singer said, "Just look at my dress until I can think of something"
    $500 20
By definition, an ovolacto-vegetarian eats vegetables, dairy products & these
    $500 30
Crispus Attucks was the first of 5 men killed in this riot March 5, 1770
    DD: $1,500 12
This lord, a commander in the Crimean War, had an overcoat with slanted sleeves named for him
    $500 15
This slang term for nonsense is also a side dish made from fruit stewed to a pulp

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Amy David Laura
$1,300 $700 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy David Laura
$2,400 $2,000 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD WAR I
MAMMALS
LANGUAGES
ART
WOMEN IN MYTHOLOGY
PEN NAMES
    $200 6
128 Americans were among the 1,198 killed when this ocean liner was sunk by a U-boat in May 1915
    $200 16
When this African mammal was declared endangered in 1989, a ban was placed on ivory trading
    $200 1
It's an official language of Dominica, Namibia & New Zealand
    $200 25
In 1852 James Ives married this man's sister-in-law & joined his art printing firm
    $200 21
Selene was the Greek goddess of this heavenly body; the Romans called her Luna
    $200 7
He published his first sci-fi story under the pseudonym Normal Bean, as Tarzan might know
    $400 12
This famous Sopwith fighter plane got its name from the hump-shaped cover over its machine guns
    $400 17
This ape that's most similar to humans is known to kill animals for food
    $400 2
The Old Testament was originally written in Hebrew & the New Testament in this language
    $400 27
Under the influence of Calder, Lynn Chadwick made several of these moving sculptures
    $400 22
Pasiphae's passion for one of these animals led to the birth of the Minotaur
    $400 8
Of James Joyce, Joyce Kilmer or Joyce Carol Oates, the one who used the pen name Rosamond Smith
    $600 13
This 1919 treaty ending the war provided for putting the Kaiser on trial
    $600 18
The nine-banded species of this mammal is the only one native to the U.S.
    $600 3
Most people in this country speak a Bantu language called Setswana
    $600 28
In 1933 Ben Shahn collaborated with this Mexican painter on a series of murals in
Rockefeller Center
    $600 23
This Egyptian goddess, Horus' mother, was so popular that her cult spread to Europe
    $600 9
Using the name Elizabeth Bennett, she wrote an anecdotal column for the Atlanta Journal in the 1920s
    $800 14
Gavrilo Princip, who assassinated this heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, died in custody in 1918
    $800 19
The scientific name of this whale is Monodon monoceros
    $800 4
Romaji is a method of writing words of this language in Roman characters
    $800 29
This American "action" painter abandoned the use of brushes in 1947, pouring the paint on the canvas
    $800 24
The birdlike female monsters carried off the daughters of Pandareus & gave them to the Furies
    $800 10
Hector Hugh Munro was a police officer in
Burma before he wrote short stories under this 1-word name
    $1000 15
This highest-scoring U.S. air ace of the war went to France as a member of Pershing's staff
    $1000 20
This species of bear is the largest land carnivore
    $1000 5
August Strindberg's plays & novels were originally written in this language
    DD: $1,000 30
This Edward Hicks painting is taken from the biblical verse "and the leopard shall lie down with the kid"
    $1000 26
A "star"struck person could tell you the 7 daughters of Atlas & Pleione are known as these
    DD: $1,200 11
In the 1930s this novelist wrote poems for the Monterey Beacon under the name Amnesia Glasscock

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy David Laura
$6,800 $7,200 $1,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TRAVEL & TOURISM
In November 1993 Disney announced plans to build a Disney's America Theme Park in this U.S. state

Final scores:

Amy David Laura
$13,600 $13,600 $3,799
5-day co-champion: + Jeopardy! computerized version or home game New co-champion: + Jeopardy! computerized version or home game 2nd place: trip on Delta to Dublin, Ireland + stay at Conrad Dublin + Jeopardy! computerized version or home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Amy David Laura
$6,800 $8,400 $4,400
21 R,
1 W
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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