Show #2202 - Tuesday, March 15, 1994

Amy Fine game 3.

Contestants

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Frank McCamley, an English teacher originally from Armagh, Northern Ireland

Jean Mead, an office manager from Buena Park, California

Amy Fine, a wife & mother from Potomac, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
TV SPINOFFS
THE 20th CENTURY
HAIR
TRANSPORTATION
"C" FOOD
    $100 7
It's nicknamed "Hulaville"
    $100 20
This "Dallas" spinoff had a longer run than its parent show
    $100 16
In 1967 this leader of the Cuban revolution was captured in Bolivia & executed
    $100 26
Your hair is this color if it's lost all of its melanin
    $100 6
To reverse the natural order of things is to put the cart before this
    $100 1
The bullhead is a popular small variety of this "feline" fish
    $200 8
This capital of Idaho was founded after an 1862 gold rush
    $200 21
Carla Tortelli's one-time husband Nick was features on "The Tortelli's", a spinoff of this sitcom
    $200 17
Name given the 2 Israeli-Egyptian agreements signed in the U.S. Sept. 17, 1978
    $200 27
Your hair grows fastest during this season
    $200 12
With the opening of its Red Line January 30, 1993, this U.S. city got its first modern subway system
    $200 2
Used in stir-fry dishes, bok choy is an Asian variety of this vegetable
    $300 9
This capital's downtown library has a permanent collection of "Gone With the Wind" memorabilia
    $300 22
Of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" spinoffs, this was the only drama
    $300 18
Between 1952 & 1956 this secret society operated within the Kikuyu Tribe in Kenya
    $300 28
For most people it averages 70 to 100 a day
    $300 13
In can be a vehicle by itself or follow auto & omni
    $300 3
This peach earned its name because its flesh adheres the pit
    $400 10
Sesquicentennial State Park in South Carolina honors this capital's 150th anniversary as a city
    $400 23
Edith Bunker's liberal cousin was was the title character in this first "All in the Family" spinoff
    $400 19
In 1945 South African leader Jan Smuts helped draft this in San Francisco
    $400 29
Hair on a hare is called fur & the woolly hair on a sheep is called this
    $400 14
The largest fleet of these in the U.S. is N.Y.C.'s; in the world, it's Mexico City's
    $400 4
The name of this dish consisting of tubular pasta stuffed with meat or cheese is Italian for "big tubes"
    $500 11
It's the only current state capital in which you can tour a U.S. mint still in operation
    $500 24
In this M*A*S*H spinoff's last season, Gonzo Gates suffered a stroke & was unable to perform surgery
    $500 25
On Dec. 2, 1982 an artificial heart designed by this man was installed in Dr. Barney Clark
    $500 30
This outer layer of the hair shares its name with the strip of skin at the base of the fingernail
    DD: $500 15
Country in which this train, bearing the initials TGV, originated:
    $500 5
The red & white types of these berries are used to make bar-le-duc, a French preserve

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

Amy Jean Frank
$700 $1,100 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Jean Frank
$3,400 $2,300 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
MEDICAL WORD ORIGINS
COMPOSERS
THE WILD WEST
FOREIGN CURRENCY
CENSORED BOOKS
    $200 21
The inscription on this piece of jewelry that Abe Lincoln gave Mary Todd in 1842 says "Love is eternal"
    $200 12
A surgical knife, its name comes from scalpere, meaning "to scratch"
    $200 6
He wrote "The Firebird", "Petrushka" & "The Rite of Spring" for Sergei Diaghilev
    $200 7
Of Hole in the Head, Hole in the Wall or Hole in One, the one that was Butch Cassidy's famous hideout
    $200 22
In this country 1 yuan is equal to 10 jiao
    $200 1
Sex & profanity are reasons schools have pulled his "The Catcher in the Rye" from reading lists
    $400 24
Lady Bird Johnson was the first first lady born in this state
    $400 13
The name of this pregnancy specialist comes from obstare, meaning "to stand before"
    $400 8
Most of the score of this British duo's first operetta, "Thespis", is lost
    $400 17
Morgan Earp was killed while playing billiards a few months after this notorious 1881 shootout
    $400 23
Malta, Turkey & Italy use units called this
    $400 2
In 1988 the tide was out for this Pat Conroy novel; a South Carolina school pulled it from reading lists
    $600 28
When she visited India in 1962 with her sister Lee, she rode an elephant
    $600 14
This term for a band of tissue that connects muscle & bone comes from a word meaning "to stretch"
    $600 9
Russian-American choreographer who was the brother of Soviet composer Andrei Balanchivadze
    $600 18
Bat Masterson laid down the law in this Kansas town, the "Wickedest Little City" in the West
    $600 25
This Portuguese territory's unit of currency is called the pataca
    $600 3
Teachers in Erie, Penn. have blacked out the mating passages in her "Gorillas in the Mist"
    $800 29
It was the first name of Grover Cleveland's wife, but some people called her "Frank" or "Frankie"
    $800 15
This name for the thighbone is Latin for "thigh"
    $800 10
Humorous composer Peter Schickele invented this fictional composer in 1953
    $800 19
Wild Bill Hickok probably never married her, but a cab driver named Clinton Burke did
    $800 26
In Kiey, the capital of this country, you can use a unit of money called the hryvnia
    $800 4
The Robert Cormier book about a "War" over this sweet has been challenged all over the country
    DD: $2,000 30
This president's first wife, Letitia, gave birth to 9 children: his second wife, Julia, had 7
    $1000 16
The name of this disease also called lockjaw comes from a Greek word meaning "spasm"
    $1000 11
Franco Alfano completed this composer's "Turandot" after his death
    $1000 20
A Creek Indian named Jim July was this Old West "Bandit Queen"s last lover
    $1000 27
The name of this Spanish unit of currency is a diminutive of peso
    DD: $1,000 5
His novel "One Hundred Years of Solitude" was called "garbage passed off as literature" & purged

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Jean Frank
$9,200 $2,700 $6,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AFRICA
The French Foreign Legion was created in 1831 to occupy this country

Final scores:

Amy Jean Frank
$13,001 $5,399 $9,300
3-day champion: $41,003 3rd place: General Instrument satellite TV system + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: trip on Cayman Airways to Cayman Islands & stay at Villas of the Gelleon + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Amy Jean Frank
$9,200 $4,700 $6,500
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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