Show #2527 - Tuesday, September 5, 1995

Contestants

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Carol Ann Hilton, a fundraiser from Washington, D.C.

Bill Vanko, a radio news director from Ellicott City, Maryland

Mark Temares, a project manager from Garden City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE OLD WEST
BIRTHDAY'S THE SAME
GEMS & JEWELRY
BIOLOGY
CONGRESS
PROVERBS
    $100 26
When you "cashed in your chips", you headed for the "last" one of these
    $100 16
Dan Rather, Jane Pauley & Dale Evans might enjoy bobbing for apples on this day, their birthday
    $100 1
This country's remaining crown jewels are in the Galerie d'Apollon in the Louvre
    $100 6
Lipids are soluble in fat solvents & insoluble in this common liquid
    $100 21
In 1995, on the 1st day of the 104th Congress, 3 full standing & 25 "sub" ones of these were abolished
    $100 11
"Straws show which way" this "blows"
    $200 27
Cowboys called it black water, brown gargle & cafecito
    $200 17
Jack Lalanne & this "Rhapsody In Blue" composer were born on September 26, but in different centuries
    $200 2
The finest of these red gems are obtained from limestone gravel in Myanmar
    $200 7
In some flies this secretion contains a digestive enzyme; in bloodsuckers, an anticoagulant
    $200 22
Frederick A.C. Muhlenberg of Pennsylvania was the first to hold this top congressional post
    $200 12
"Might makes" this
    $300 28
The letters this service carried in 1860 & 1861 were carried in mochilas draped over the saddle
    $300 18
On August 15 this "French Chef" could bake a cake for herself, "Mannix" star Mike Connors & Linda Ellerbee
    $300 3
This purple or violet quartz gem is thought to protect against drunkenness
    $300 8
The pollen producer in a flower, it features an anther at its apex
    $300 23
The last of these rejected by the Senate was the Montreal Aviation Protocols in 1983
    $300 13
According to Kipling, "The female of the species is more" this "than the male"
    $400 29
Deadwood Dick & Hurricane Nell were typical characters in these pulp novels
    $400 19
Wayne Newton could "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round" this singer on April 3, their mutual birthday
    $400 4
The Victorians made dark red jewelry out of the pyrope type of this gem, mined in Bohemia
    $400 9
Among the muscles, it's the antagonist of the biceps
    $400 24
In 1957 this South Carolina senator made the Senate's longest speech, 24 hours, 18 minutes
    $400 14
A Latin proverb says "In vino" this
    $500 30
It was an Indian-English term for the black soldiers in the Apache wars
    $500 20
Al Pacino & this actress who played his sister in the "Godfather" films were born on April 25
    $500 5
The largest cut one of these gems is the 545.67-carat Unnamed Brown
    $500 10
Vital for blood clotting, there are about 250,000 of them per cubic millimeter of blood
    DD: $500 25
This Maine senator was the first of her party to denounce Senator McCarthy on the Senate floor
    $500 15
"Iron not used soon" does this

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

Mark Bill Carol Ann
$1,400 $1,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Bill Carol Ann
$2,600 $2,600 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN HISTORY
SHAKESPEARE
U.S. GEOGRAPHY
POPES
LITERATURE
5-LETTER WORDS
    $200 21
In 1981 Giovanni Spadolini became this country's first premier since WWII who wasn't a Christian Democrat
    $200 17
In 1936 Orson Welles directed an all-Black cast in this play, setting it in Haiti, not in Scotland
    $200 7
North Dakota is divided into 53 of these, alphabetically ranging from Adams to Williams
    $200 26
Innocent III promoted the fourth of these: it captured Constantinople in 1204
    $200 3
This author's "A Tale of Two Cities" takes place in London & Paris during the French Revolution
    $200 1
The burning of one's house to collect the insurance
    $400 22
At the end of WWII, Poland received Szczecin, now one of its leading ports, from this country
    $400 13
Servilius is a servant to this title character "of Athens"
    $400 11
St. Martinville, La. has an oak under which this Longfellow heroine is said to have met her lover
    $400 27
Giovanni de Dolci built this official papal chapel for Pope Sixtus IV
    $400 4
Tom & Daisy Buchanan are characters in this F. Scott Fitzgerald novel
    $400 6
It's a mesh kitchen utensil used for straining
    $600 23
In 1580 Spain's King Philip II became King Philip I of this country
    $600 14
In this comedy a fairy sings, "Thorny hedgehogs, be not seen... come not near our fairy queen"
    $600 16
This state's most populous city is named for Andrew Jackson, once its territorial governor
    $600 28
Fabian was elected pope when one of these peaceful birds landed on his head at the election
    $600 5
William Golding novel described as a "nightmarish adventure story in the Robinson Crusoe tradition"
    $600 8
It means to pinch the edges of a pie crust together or to make waves in the hair
    DD: $1,000 24
Henry of Navarre, who ruled as Henry IV, was France's first king from this house
    $800 15
The prologue of "Troilus and Cressida" describes this as "Priam's six-gated city"
    $800 19
Historic Fort Wayne is located on West Jefferson Avenue in this Michigan city
    $800 29
Paul VI weakened the Italian vote in this "College" by expanding it with members from the Third World
    $800 10
Steinbeck novel in which Lennie Small wants to "live off the fatta the lan', an' have rabbits"
    $800 9
In doggerel things go from bad to this
    $1000 25
Once Napoleon's foreign minister, he helped remove Napoleon from power in 1814
    DD: $800 18
Of him it's said, "He doth bestride the narrow world like a colossus"
    $1000 20
The U.S. has 2 "Great" national parks, Great Basin & Great Smoky Mountains, & these 2 "Grand" ones
    $1000 30
In 1960 he created the Secretariat for Christian Unity
    $1000 12
His "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" is largely autobiographical
    $1000 2
To gather leftover grain

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Bill Carol Ann
$3,800 $6,400 $8,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
Licensing rights to the likeness of this man born in Germany in 1879 belong to Jerusalem's Hebrew University

Final scores:

Mark Bill Carol Ann
$3,399 $3,900 $12,801
3rd place: Dykstra grandfather clock + Jeopardy! Sports Edition for home computer or Super Nintendo 2nd place: Bassett dining room set & Wallace Silversmiths tea service + Jeopardy! Sports Edition for home computer or Super Nintendo New champion: $12,801

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Bill Carol Ann
$4,600 $6,900 $8,300
18 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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