Show #2019 - Thursday, May 20, 1993

Bev Schwartzberg game 5.


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Andrew Connally, a private school teacher from Ardmore, Pennsylvania

Adam Green, a financial analyst from New York City (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,600)

Bev Schwartzberg, a history teacher originally from Amherst, Massachusetts (whose 4-day cash winnings total $49,699)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Barbados has a Trafalgar Square, too & its statue of this hero is older than the one in London
    $100 16
On Sept. 10, 1955, John Wayne introduced the 1st episode of this western set in Dodge City, Kansas
    $100 4
By the mid-1950s this country had about 375 subs in various oceans & seas
    $100 5
Patricia Ann Reagan uses this name professionally
    $100 21
Lengths of these include cap, short, three-quarter, seven-eighths & long
    $100 26
Not surprisingly, the word koala comes from a native language of this continent
    $200 2
Stuttgart in this country is so named because it used to be the site of a stud farm, or stuotgarten
    $200 17
Its theme song began, "Rollin' rollin' rollin', tho' the streams are swollen, keep them dogies rollin'..."
    $200 12
After WWI the Allied Submarine Detection Investigation Committee developed this to detect subs
    $200 6
Princess Julia Cantacuzene, a granddaughter of this president & Civil War general died in 1975 at the age of 99
    $200 22
If the fabric has a nap, you should lay out the pieces of this in one direction & cut them out
    $200 27
This word meaning something not fully understood is from the Greek musterion, "secret rite"
    $300 3
These 2 European countries whose names begin with "Sw" were both neutral during WWI & WWII
    $300 18
This TV western was set on the Barkley Ranch in the 1870s
    $300 13
Until this arrived in the 1950s, almost all subs used diesel-electric power
    $300 7
Writer Jessamyn West babysat this cousin from Calif. who grew up to become president in the 1960s
    $300 23
Types of these include running & back
    $300 28
The name of this 2- or 3-toed mammal comes from Middle English for "slow"
    $400 10
The name of this South American city is Portuguese for "River of January"
    $400 19
This sidekick of the Cisco Kid was played by Leo Carrillo, who was in his 70s when he began the role
    $400 14
Subs usually have 2 of these optical devices, 1 for general use, 1 for the attack
    $400 8
It was the first name of William Henry Harrison's father & grandson
    $400 24
Numbers on spools of thread refer to this; to work on material like organdy or net, use no. 100
    $400 29
This title of prince Siddhartha comes from Sanskrit for "awakening"
    $500 11
Medieval poet Snorri Sturluson wroth the Prose Edda, one of this country's greatest literary works
    $500 20
Roy Rogers rode Trigger, Dale Evans this horse
    $500 15
Air trapped in these tanks makes a sub float
    $500 9
Unopened six-packs of this beverage named for Jimmy Carter's brother are now a collector's item
    DD: $1,000 25
An early version of this notion was Whitcomb Judson's "clasp locker"
    $500 30
Lepos, meaning "scale", gave us this word for a pariah

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

Bev Adam Andrew
$2,300 $1,400 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bev Adam Andrew
$5,200 $2,300 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: In each case, I will give you the clue; the response is the name of an individual, a man, who has an initial. We want that letter in his name.)
    $200 11
Schliemann felt this city's 2nd settlement was the one of Homer's epics; now it seems to be the 7th
    $200 1
In 1885 the Post Office began this service that sent mail more quickly for an extra fee
    $200 6
Susan Strasberg tells about her friendship with this woman in her book "Marilyn and Me"
    $200 16
Dogpatch is almost hit by an atom bomb in this 1956 musical
    $200 19
He's credited with establishing the world's largest fingerprint file
    $400 12
Cire perdue or "lost wax", a process of casting figures, was developed during this age
    $400 2
In 1913 the 16th Amendment was ratified, authorizing a tax on this
    $400 7
After writing about "Hollywood Wives", she turned her eye on "Hollywood Husbands"
    $400 17
In 1952 Cloris Leachman briefly starred as Ensign Nellie Forbush in this musical
    $400 29
As in Hawaii, sugarcane & this tropical fruit are major exports
    $400 20
For directing the Watergate burglary, he got a sentence of 2 1/2 to 8 years but served only 32 months
    $600 13
Common dating techniques are carbon-14, counting tree rings & analyzing grains of this
    $600 3
In 1790 Philadelphia replaced this city as the new capital of the U.S.
    $600 8
"The Tale of the Body Thief" is this author's fourth & latest novel about the vampire Lestat
    $600 18
The musical revue "Five Guys Named" this was inspired by jazzman Louis Jordan, not by the 3 Stooges
    $600 28
At 6,704 square miles, Swaziland is slightly smaller than this "garden state"
    $600 21
In 1957 he was named Burma's permanent representative to the U.N.
    $800 14
This term covers anything made by man, from a needle to a pyramid
    $800 4
During an 1832 expedition, Lake Itasca was discovered to be the source of this river
    $800 9
From 1949-1956 this "Princess Daisy" author was a fashion editor for Good Housekeeping
    $800 24
"Un Violon sur le Toit" was a French version of this Broadway smash
    $800 27
As a result of this war, Swaziland was under British control from 1903-1968
    DD: $3,000 22
His rescue of 2 EDS employees from a prison in Iran was the subject of Ken Follett's "On Wings of Eagles"
    $1000 15
Sir Leonard Woolley is known for his excavations of this Sumerian city with a very short name
    DD: $2,000 5
2 of the 4 men upon whom the new rank of 5-star general was conferred in 1944
    $1000 10
On a 1987 trip to China, this author of "The Joy Luck Club" met 2 of her half-sisters for the first time
    $1000 25
Michael J. Pollard played teenager Hugo Peabody in this musical about a rock star who gets drafted
    $1000 26
Landlocked, Swaziland is surrounded by Mozambique on 1 side & this country on the other 3
    $1000 23
This lawyer once said, "criminal law has made me a rebel by profession"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bev Adam Andrew
$9,800 $8,100 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1529 this Spaniard was made Marques del Valle de Oaxaca

Final scores:

Bev Adam Andrew
$16,201 $16,200 $6,800
5-day champion: $65,900 2nd place: a home automation system and a music system 3rd place: an Italian chest

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bev Adam Andrew
$11,300 $5,900 $3,400
28 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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Game tape date: 1993-01-11
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