Show #2567 - Tuesday, October 31, 1995

Contestants

Barbara Szyszkiewicz, a homemaker from Willingboro, New Jersey

Raymund Eich, a graduate student from Houston, Texas

Marty Johns, an engineer from Stow, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,000)

Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
SPORTS
LITERATURE
JOY OF COOKING
BIBLICAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
COSTUMES
(Alex: An all video category and we have the gracious help of a very talented television personality; you'll have no trouble identifying her.)
    $100 1
In Sudan the Atbara River joins this river as its last tributary
    $100 8
In the 1980s she won 6 Wimbledon singles titles in a row
    $100 4
This historic figure is the subject of Joel Barlow's epic 1807 poem "The Columbiad"
    $100 16
The book suggests serving the Canadian type of this meat with hot Cumberland sauce or raisin sauce
    $100 26
Exodus 28 said these jingling instruments were to be hung on the robes of priests
    $100 21
On television she played the character who wore the costume seen here; or maybe not seen here
    $200 2
A rich source of salmon, Alaska's Bristol Bay is an arm of this
    $200 12
Seating 48,500, this Kentucky Derby racetrack is the largest of the Triple Crown stadiums
    $200 5
This "Our Town" playwright's novel "The Woman of Andros" was inspired by an ancient Roman comedy
    $200 17
This purple vegetable found in moussaka may be sliced, sauteed & topped with creamed ham
    $200 27
In 1 Corinthians 13 they're described as tinkling; we think of them as clashing
    $200 22
1992 film in which the Peaches wore the uniform seen here
    $300 3
Cook Strait between this country's North & South Islands is called Raukawa by the Maoris
    $300 13
This former Chicago Bears coach is in both the College & Pro Football Halls of Fame as a player
    $300 9
Boxer is a noble cart horse in this George Orwell novel
    $300 18
Caribbean banana, a dessert flambeed with this liquor, may be topped with vanilla ice cream
    $300 28
The trumpets that helped knock down Jericho were these animal horns
    $300 23
1991 Best Picture nominee in which Annette warmed Warren's heart in the dress seen here
    $400 6
In this country the Gulf of Aqaba is commonly referred to as the Gulf of Eilat
    $400 14
In 1977 John Naber, a star in this sport, received the AAU's Sullivan Award
    $400 10
His first volume of verse, "Prufrock and Other Observations", was published in 1917
    $400 19
You can make a "mock" version of this suet-laden pie filling with green tomatoes, apples & spices
    $400 29
Saul found David after he was told to seek out a "cunning player" of this instrument
    $400 24
For her small, you could even say tiny part, in this 1991 film, Julia Roberts wore the costume seen here
    $500 7
After flowing across Romania, the Danube River empties into this sea
    $500 15
He played with the Detroit Red Wings for 25 years & was named to the NHL all-star team 21 times
    $500 11
In 1941 he published "The Ill-Made Knight", the 3rd part of his literary work "The Once and Future King"
    $500 20
You'll need hot soy milk to make this bland, custardlike food that's high in protein
    DD: $400 30
Among several instruments mentioned in Daniel, this stringed one's name means "sweet song"
    $500 25
In "First Knight" & "Legends of the Fall", this British beauty wore the outfits seen here

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

Marty Raymund Barbara
$1,400 $1,800 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Raymund Barbara
$2,500 $3,100 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY PEOPLE
SHAKESPEAREAN ACTORS
AIRPORTS
PSYCH 102
ART
FILE UNDER "C"
    $200 6
During the War of 1812, this explorer who has a Colorado peak named for him was killed in Canada
    $200 1
To use the vending machines in this Spanish capital's Barajas Airport, you'll need pesetas
    $200 21
Because a mysophobic fears these, he may wash his hands compulsively
    $200 11
Rembrandt made his first of these using acid in 1628
    $200 16
A leopard can't change its spots but this lizard can change its skin color
    $400 7
In 1899 she published "The Red Cross in Peace and War"
    $400 29
Before playing John-Boy Walton, he'd appeared as both of the little princes in productions of "Richard III"
    $400 2
Car rental agencies in this island country's Keflavik Airport include Avis & Flugleidir
    $400 22
It's a nonmedical euphemism for a mental disorder; The Rolling Stones sang about a 19th one
    $400 12
Donatello's "David" & Remington's "Coming Through the Rye" are sculptures in this alloy
    $400 17
Family name of the first 5 Roman emperors
    $600 8
In 1898 this botanist wrote his first publication at Tuskegee, "Feeding Acorns to Livestock"
    $600 28
His first Shakespearean film was "As You Like It" in 1936; the first he directed was "Henry V"
    $600 3
It sounds appropriate to land at this Dallas airport on Valentine's Day
    $600 23
As my wife Morgan Fairchild could tell you, mendacity is this pathological behavior
    $600 13
A Francois Boucher work shows this Roman goddess "Bathing" after a hunt
    $600 18
From 1774-1912 it was the capital of British India
    DD: $2,000 9
This editor of the New York Tribune suggested that Lincoln should negotiate a peace with the Confederacy
    $800 27
In 1943 Jose Ferrer was acclaimed for his performance in this role opposite Paul Robeson's Othello
    $800 4
Country in which you'd find Jan Smuts Airport
    $800 24
In the thematic apperception test, people create one of these after viewing a stimulus picture
    $800 14
Edgar Degas was inspired to try this new art form by the works of Eadweard Muybridge
    $800 19
The 2 signs of the zodiac that fit the category
    $1000 10
Daniel Webster contributed to this Whig president's lengthy March 4, 1841 inaugural address
    $1000 26
Roddy McDowall played this magical sprite in a 1955 production of "The Tempest" in Stratford, Conn.
    DD: $1,500 5
Aruba's international airport is named for this current queen
    $1000 25
Kinesics is the study of this "language"
    $1000 15
John Constable described this rival's later works as "painted with tinted steam"
    $1000 20
Matteo da Bascio founded this order of monks famous for their pointed hoods

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Raymund Barbara
$12,000 $8,500 $3,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE UNITED NATIONS
Along with Antarctica, the 2 continents that have not supplied the U.N. with a secretary-general

Final scores:

Marty Raymund Barbara
$17,100 $9,599 $400
2-day champion: $28,100 2nd place: O'Sullivan home theater & Aiwa digital mini system + GameTek versions of Jeopardy! & the Jeopardy! Challenge scorekeeper 3rd place: home videos from Polygram Video + GameTek versions of Jeopardy! & the Jeopardy! Challenge scorekeeper

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marty Raymund Barbara
$10,700 $8,500 $3,700
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
0 W
14 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $22,900

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