Show #2150 - Friday, December 31, 1993

Contestants

Bob Aumann, a decorating contractor from Palatine, Illinois

Jeff Frankel, a dentist from Fort Lee, New Jersey

Mickie Grover, a Ph.D. candidate from Yorktown Heights, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,200)

Jeopardy! Round

IN THE BOOKSTORE
1960s BROADWAY
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
U.S.A.
COOKING
"BOX" LUNCH
    $100 1
Photographer William Wegman’s version of this story features a Weimaraner dressed as the Fairy Godmother
    $100 2
Theatre World said this 1960 musical about King Arthur "couldn’t touch 'My Fair Lady'"
    $100 10
Henry Ford introduced this model in 1908 & dropped all his other models the next year
    $100 11
If you’re not up to climbing this NYC building’s 1,860 steps, you can take one of 73 elevators
    $100 26
This step in making cheese is a sign of spoilage in milk
    $100 16
It flies without a tail & you control it with a string
    $200 3
She dedicated "Postcards from the Edge" to her brother Todd & her mother, Debbie Reynolds
    $200 5
In 1967 she was "At Home at the Palace" with her kids Lorna & Joey Luft
    $200 12
Dorothy Hope Smith’s charcoal sketch of a baby is a trademark of this baby food company
    $200 14
Some of the trees still standing on this Virginia Estate were planted by George Washington himself
    $200 27
To make chocolate ruffles, spread the chocolate on a chilled piece of this stone
    $200 18
In craps it's 6 of one die, half a dozen of the other
    $300 4
Erica Jong called her book about this "Tropic of Cancer" author "The Devil at Large"
    $300 6
Diane Keaton played a waitress & a parent in this "American tribal-love rock musical"
    $300 17
Cummins Engine Company is the world's largest maker of this type of truck engine
    $300 15
For a couple of pucks...er, bucks, you can visit a U.S. Hall of Fame for this sport in Eveleth, Minnesota
    $300 28
These soft-dough quick breads may be baking powder, drop or buttermilk types
    $300 19
A holder for flint & steel, or a potentially explosive place
    $400 7
This vampire novelist wrote "Exit to Eden" under the pseudonym Anne Rampling
    $400 8
Pearl Bailey trod the boards in this musical in 1967-68
    $400 24
This second-largest U.S. breakfast cereal maker owns the Red Lobster & Olive Garden restaurant chains
    $400 22
Acadia & Evangeline are parishes in this state
    $400 29
Use a little lemon juice on your freshly cut apples to stop this
    $400 20
In the early '60s people played a pin-this-hat-on Jackie Kennedy game
    $500 13
"The Lost Boy", a novella by this "Look Homeward, Angel" author, wasn’t published in full until 1992
    DD: $500 9
This musical with Robert Morse opened October 14, 1961 & closed in 1965 after 1,415 performances
    $500 25
This company markets paint under the Kem-Tone & Krylon labels as well as under its own hyphenated name
    $500 23
A memorial in Spillville, Iowa honors this composer who worked on his “New World” Symphony there
    $500 30
Traditional orange marmalade is made from these slightly bitter Spanish oranges
    $500 21
Fight yourself, or a shallow glass-fronted container that holds & displays items

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

Mickie Jeff Bob
$1,000 $1,800 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mickie Jeff Bob
$2,000 $900 $4,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

1922
ANIMALS IN MYTHOLOGY
AWARDS
ARCHAEOLOGY
HISTORIC NAMES
POETS & POETRY
    $200 1
This inventor of the telephone died in Nova Scotia on August 2
    $200 5
Zeus became Leda's lover while disguised as one of these birds
    $200 8
In 1987 this actor won an Emmy for his role as David Addison on "Moonlighting"
    $200 27
Fossils of this primitive "man" have been found in France & Gibraltar as well as the Neander Valley
    $200 21
In 325 A.D. this Christian Roman emperor presided over the council of Nicaea
    $200 7
Kipling called this regimental water-carrier "The finest man I knew"
    $400 2
This empire came to an end in 1922 when Sultan Mehmed VI was deposed
    $400 17
The nymph Callisto was turned into one of these animals, then placed in the sky as Ursa Major
    $400 9
This comedy team's 1932 short "The Music Box" won an Oscar for producer Hal Roach
    $400 28
Perhaps this country's most remarkable archaeological find is the Anglo-Saxon ship burial of Sutton Hoo
    $400 22
On April 15, 1889 this Catholic priest died of leprosy on the Hawaiian island of Molokai
    $400 11
"The Road Not Taken" is the opening poem in his "Mountain Interval"
    $600 3
This memorial designed by Henry Bacon was dedicated in Washington on May 30
    $600 18
Odin gallops across the sky on one of these called Sleipnir, whose teeth are inscribed with runes
    $600 10
In 1929 this US Antarctic explorer was the recipient of the Boy Scouts' Silver Buffalo award
    $600 29
Remains of this native dog are found in Australia but not in Tasmania
    $600 23
This soldier's conquest of Sicily and Naples in 1860 helped achieve Italian unity
    $600 12
Completes the Joyce Kilmer couplet "Poems are made by fools like me..."
    $800 4
On August 22 Michael Collins was ambushed by Independent Republicans in this country
    $800 19
Echidna, who was half woman & half serpent, had many beastly children, including this Nemean beast
    $800 13
Association that annually bestows the Melvil Dewey medal
    DD: $200 30
Scholars say Hissarlik, a mount near the mouth of the Dardanelles in this country, is the site of Troy
    DD: $2,000 24
In 1890 this Ohio senator introduced a bill prohibiting the monopolization of a market
    $800 15
Richard Lovelace wrote, "Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars" this
    $1000 6
This Indiana author won the Pulitzer Prize for his novel "Alice Adams"
    $1000 20
He's the 3-headed hound of Hades
    $1000 14
The International Committee of this organization has won 3 Nobel Peace Prizes: 1917, 1944, & 1963
    $1000 26
G.F. Grotefend and Sir Henry Rawlinson helped decipher forms of this wedge-shaped Sumerian writing
    $1000 25
Later head of Germany's Luftwaffe, he was an aerial ace during World War I
    $1000 16
The poems in her 1971 collection "Winter Trees" date from the last year of her life

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mickie Jeff Bob
$10,000 $1,300 $4,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POLITICIANS
Elected to the House of Representatives in 1966, he was the first Republican to represent Houston

Final scores:

Mickie Jeff Bob
$10,000 $2,600 $5,000
2-day champion: $20,200 3rd place: Maytag dishwasher and Wheel of Fortune/Jeopardy! video games for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis system 2nd place: Dynamark Security System and Daniel Mink watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mickie Jeff Bob
$10,600 $3,300 $4,900
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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