Show #2042 - Tuesday, June 22, 1993


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Ray Agran, an attorney from Yardley, Pennsylvania

Leif Torkelsen, a financial analyst originally from Princeton, New Jersey

Rick Grimes, a political analyst from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Annual floodings of this river are contained by the Aswan High Dam
    $100 12
6 of the first 10 Oscars for "Best Director" went to men with this first name, including Capra
    $100 11
To help patients quit smoking many doctors now prescribe a patch containing this tobacco substance
    $100 6
Roger Williams was the "Rebel of", not the "Witch of", this Massachusetts city
    $100 13
This stimulant can be removed with water or a solvent such as methylene chloride
    $100 19
16th century author John Heywood wrote, "A woman hath" this many "lives like a cat"
    $200 2
The country of Zambia takes its name from this river
    $200 17
Meryl Streep starred in this 1985 film, the only one with a continent in its title to win "Best Picture"
    $200 25
In 1905 Albert Einhorn synthesized this drug, the most widely used dental anesthetic
    $200 7
James I of Aragon & William I of England were both nicknamed this
    $200 14
The Kona district of this U.S. island produces a prized variety of coffee
    $200 20
This number was "enough" for Dick Van Patten
    $300 3
There's a reproduced 9th c. Viking fortress on Emerald Bay in this large California-Nevada lake
    $300 24
He & his sister Jane were both nominated for 1969 Oscars: he for Writing & she for Acting
    $300 28
Between the ages of 1 & 10, about 95% of U.S. children get this virus, also called varicella
    $300 8
Washington Irving thought this nickname of Anthony Wayne's referred to daring, not insanity
    $300 15
Seattle-based Starbucks Coffee was named for the first mate in this Melville work
    $300 21
In lunch counter slang, this number means the chief soda jerk, as Barbara Feldon might know
    $400 4
This smallest of the Great Lakes is fed mainly by the Niagara River
    $400 26
"It Happened One Night" that she became the first French-born actress to win an Oscar
    $400 29
It's the medical name for nearsightedness
    $400 9
Actress Pauline Cushman's espionage work during this war made her the "Spy of the Cumberland"
    $400 16
Type of instant made by turning brewed coffee to ice & drawing off the crystals
    $400 22
A bouncer could tell you that to eject someone from a bar is to do this to him
    $500 5
Over 300 rivers & streams flow into this Siberian lake, but the Angara River is its only outlet
    DD: $800 27
This songwriter was nominated for a 1942 Oscar for writing the original story of "Holiday Inn"
    $500 30
In the 1940s Dutch doctor Willem Kolff gave kidney patients new hope with this filtering machine
    $500 10
It's the color in Cardinal Richelieu's famous nickname
    $500 18
This type of coffee, or coffee/chocolate flavoring, is named for the port of Al Mukha in Yemen
    $500 23
The war with this number in its name erupted in central Europe in 1618

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

Rick Leif Ray
$1,500 $300 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rick Leif Ray
$2,600 $1,500 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In 1987 20,000 fans saw his "Graceland" concert in Harare, Zimbabwe
    $200 11
For watercolors the best ones are made from mink; for oils, from hog bristles
    $200 21
In 1992 this former D.C. mayor won a Ward 8 city council seat
    $200 1
Residents of this Argentine capital call themselves "Portenos", people of the port
    $200 13
This television host reveals some tasty tidbits in his "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous Cookbook"
    $200 24
Honey is stored in the individual cells of this beehive item
    $400 7
In 1943 Gerard Kuiper discovered that this planet's moon Titan has its own atmosphere
    $400 12
Big names in this school of art include Robert Indiana & Andy Warhol
    $400 22
Expelled from this political hall, Fernando Wood formed Mozart Hall & won another term as Mayor of NYC
    $400 2
You'll find this capital city at the foot of the Lebanon Mountains
    $400 14
In a 1981 bestseller, James Nourse offered a "Simple Solution" to this perplexing toy
    $400 25
This thin watery liquid that bees collect from flowers is used to make honey
    $600 8
In 1942 FDR acquired this 13-acre presidential retreat in Maryland
    $600 16
This elongated feature makes Parmigianino's 1534 Madonna look like a Modigliani
    $600 23
From 1986-1988 he was Mayor of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California
    $600 3
When the first Nobel Peace Prize was awarded, this capital was still known as Christiania
    $600 15
Her "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" is an official text of Christian Science
    $600 27
Honey contains minerals, amino acids & vitamins in this complex
    $800 9
This vacation village empire was founded by Belgian Gerard Blitz in 1950
    $800 19
Goya showed up "Majas on a Balcony" & Manet painted "Luncheon on" this
    DD: $1,000 26
He's been a congressman, U.N. Ambassador & Mayor of Atlanta
    $800 4
The Byzantines called this present Bulgarian capital Triaditsa
    $800 17
In the late '70s, this Sherpa mountaineer wrote "After Everest: An Autobiography"
    $800 28
This class of honeybee visits about 2 million flowers to produce a pound of honey
    $1000 10
This Romanian dictator & his wife were executed on Christmas Day, 1989
    DD: $2,600 20
Type of establishment featured in Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks"
    $1000 30
He "holds the record" of being the first Lord Mayor of Dublin
    $1000 5
The name of this Mongolian capital means "red hero"
    $1000 18
Keith Stewart Thomson's "Living Fossil" tells of this primitive fish, long thought to be extinct
    $1000 29
This nonsense rhyme pair traveled with "honey, and plenty of money"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rick Leif Ray
$9,600 $4,900 $10,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Texas has the most farms with 185,000; this state has the fewest with about 500

Final scores:

Rick Leif Ray
$8,500 $27 $19,201
2nd place: AT&T video phone & Berkline sofa and recliner 3rd place: Yamaha Clavinova keyboard New champion: $19,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rick Leif Ray
$9,600 $4,900 $8,600
24 R,
2 W
13 R,
3 W
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $23,100

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Game tape date: 1993-02-03
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