Show #2540 - Friday, September 22, 1995

Contestants

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Ann Butler, a company president from Durango, Colorado

Kevin Collins, a sports stringer from San Diego, California

Keith Bush, a copy editor from Long Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC QUOTATIONS
TRANSPORTATION
TELEVISION
SEAS
DOGS
"TOP"s
    $100 1
Of this failed invasion, JFK said, "Victory has a hundred fathers and defeat is an orphan"
    $100 20
Cut-and-cover is a common method of constructing these underground railways
    $100 8
Series featuring the pair seen here
    $100 13
The Windward Passage between Cuba & Haiti is a major shipping route in this sea
    $100 7
This German dog is named for the man who bred it by crossing the Rottweiler, Pinscher & others
    $100 17
This term for a circus dates back at least to the 1890s
    $200 2
On August 18, 1988, George Bush said, "Read my lips", followed by these 3 words
    $200 27
When this Cunard ocean liner was remodeled in the 1980s, the Grand Lounge was one of the new features
    $200 9
The Virtual Stupidity CD-ROM stars this MTV pair seen here
    $200 14
The Romans called it Mare Nostrum, "our sea"
    $200 6
The Bernese mountain dog was developed in this European country
    $200 18
Rich in humus, it extends about 6 to 10 inches below the ground
    $300 3
This Secretary of State under Nixon said. "Power is the great aphrodisiac"
    $300 28
In San Francisco this passenger vehicle is pulled by a thick wire moving at a constant 9.5 mph
    $300 10
First names of the ABC daytime talk show hosts seen here
    $300 15
The Ross Sea forms an indentation between Victoria Land & Marie Byrd Land on this continent
    $300 24
Sussex, Clumber & Welsh Springer are types of this dog
    $300 19
It means to totter & fall
    $400 4
His first words after being picked up in the Atlantic May 5, 1961 were "What a ride!"
    $400 29
The prairie schooner was a descendant of this covered wagon developed in 18th c. Pennsylvania
    $400 11
1995's Best Daytime Drama Series Emmy went to this show featuring the pair seen here
    $400 16
Inchon is a major port on this sea named for the color of the sediments dumped in it by the Huang Ho
    $400 25
Named for an island near Sicily, it was perhaps the world's first toy dog
    $400 22
These casual shoes with nonskid soles were designed especially for wear on boats
    $500 5
According to Samuel Johnson, this "is the last refuge of a scoundrel"
    $500 30
In terms of gross tonnage, this Texas city handles more imported goods than any other U.S. port
    $500 12
Reporter played over 40 years apart by the women seen here
    DD: $800 21
The Andaman Sea, part of this ocean, is bounded by Myanmar on the north & east
    $500 26
The Cape hunting dog, native to this continent, has only 4 toes on each foot instead of 5
    $500 23
This slang term refers to a leading burlesque comedian

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

Keith Kevin Ann
$1,500 $900 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Kevin Ann
$3,600 $1,600 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS WOMEN
U.S. GOVERNMENT
FOREIGN COUNTRIES
INVENTORS & SCIENTISTS
LITERATURE
BOTTOMS UP!
    $200 10
Sea dogs were the English privateers who preyed on Spanish ships in the early part of her reign
    $200 2
Known as the Fed, it oversees the nation's banking system
    $200 13
In its own language, its capital, Bangkok, is called Krung Thep
    $200 1
Colin Maclaurin met this British scientist in 1719 & later extended his work in gravitation & calculus
    $200 7
His 3 sisters are Flopsy, Mopsy & Cotton-tail
    $200 23
Ask a bartender for rye & you'll get a type of this liquor
    $400 19
In 1992 the ABA honored this law professor who'd gained fame in the Clarence Thomas hearings
    $400 3
ATF, a bureau in the Treasury Department, enforces laws concerning alcohol, tobacco & these
    $400 14
Once part of Yugoslavia, its capital is Sarajevo
    $400 18
This radio pioneer failed his entrance examinations for the University of Bologna
    $400 8
This schoolmaster loves Katrina Van Tassel in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
    $400 24
A Rob Roy is made with scotch & the sweet Italian type of this
    $600 20
This famous diarist & her family left Germany & settled in Amsterdam in 1933
    $600 4
The office of Management & Budget & the National Security Council belong to this branch of government
    DD: $1,000 15
The 2 countries on the South American mainland named for famous people
    $600 28
2 early reapers he sold in 1840 got hopelessly clogged when cutting wet grain
    $600 9
In "Oliver Twist", he leads a gang consisting of the Artful Dodger, Bill Sikes & others
    $600 25
Mandarine is a liqueur made from brandy & the juice & peel of this fruit
    $800 21
Samuel Gridley Howe, husband this author, clandestinely supported John Brown's Harpers Ferry raid
    $800 5
This agency, the GAO, audits the programs of most federal agencies & reports its findings to Congress
    $800 16
The Tamil rebels are fighting to separate from this island nation
    $800 29
Named Johann at birth, he took the name Gregor upon entering the Augustinian monastery in 1843
    $800 11
Gloriana is the title character of this late 16th century Edmund Spenser poem
    $800 26
The brown type of this fortified Spanish wine is dark & sweet
    $1000 22
She was a textile worker & amateur parachutist when recruited into the cosmonaut program in 1961
    DD: $2,000 6
With 52, this state has more representatives in the House than any other
    $1000 17
One of its earlier names was White Russia
    $1000 30
This Russian's periodic table predicted the properties of 3 elements—gallium, scandium & germanium
    $1000 12
In this John Steinbeck novel, Mack & his friends throw a party for Doc & ruin his biology lab
    $1000 27
Aalborg is a popular Danish type of this colorless liquor flavored with caraway

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Kevin Ann
$8,600 $8,400 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ART HISTORY
Prior to 1508 it was covered by Pier Matteo d'Amelia's representation of a starry sky

Final scores:

Keith Kevin Ann
$16,900 $12,800 $12,400
2-day champion: $30,000 2nd place: cruise on The Big Red Box from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas + Jeopardy! home game 3rd place: Service Merchandise gift certificate + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Keith Kevin Ann
$8,200 $7,400 $6,100
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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