Show #2551 - Monday, October 9, 1995


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Kathy Fowler, a proofreader from Manassas, Virginia

Chuck Pitcock, a real estate attorney from Chesterland, Ohio

Patrick McGeehan, a journalist from Hoboken, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
In 1819 he defeated the Spaniards at Boyaca, liberating the territory of Colombia
    $100 11
"Carnivorous vulgaris" is one of this Roadrunner-chasing rascal's "scientific" names
    $100 19
Many consider the gunfight at this Arizona site outright murder by the Earps
    $100 4
Similar to cassoulet, feijoada is a specialty of this large South American country
    $100 1
The Hudson runs through this state capital
    $100 6
It's the term for the objects, such as Lady Windermere's fan, that an actor handles onstage
    $200 10
Of Russia's 4 empresses, she reigned the longest–34 years
    $200 12
This "scent-imental" skunk was named after Charles Boyer's character in the film "Algiers"
    $200 20
Affer a murder attempt in 1925, John Torrio turned over control of his Chicago mob to this man
    $200 8
The cattle that produce this country's Kobe beef are massaged & fed a diet rich in beer
    $200 2
The Lincoln Tunnel is among those under the Hudson that connect Manhattan with this state
    $200 24
Downstage's antonym, it's where a selfish actor stands to make other actors turn away from the audience
    $300 28
In 1887 the Chinese acknowledged Portuguese sovereignty over this territory
    $300 16
This "fastest mouse" made his debut in 1953's "Cat-Tails for Two"
    $300 21
This assassin of RFK avoided execution when the Calif. Supreme Court abolished capital punishment
    $300 13
The British serve fish & chips with the malt type of this sour condiment
    $300 3
In 1807 he launched his ship the Clermont, on the Hudson
    $300 25
Anything that signals an actor's next line; it could be a single word or a door slam
    DD: $900 29
In 60 B.C. Julius Caesar, Marcus Crassus & this man founded the first of Rome's 2 triumvirates
    $400 17
This "roughest, toughest he-man hombre that's ever crossed the Rio Grande" could never beat Bugs Bunny
    $400 22
In 1939 columnist Walter Winchell arranged the surrender of Lepke Buchalter to this FBI chief
    $400 14
This Swiss specialty consists of one or more cheeses melted with white wine in a special pot
    $400 5
A bridge named for this fictional character crosses at Catskill
    $400 26
From the Latin for "talking alone", it's the kind of monologue Hamlet prefers
    $500 30
In April 1979 Abel T. Muzorewa was elected to succeed this man as prime minister of Rhodesia
    $500 18
This animal is the symbol of the new Warner Bros. network
    $500 23
Mass murderer Albert DeSalvo was known as this city's "Strangler"
    $500 15
This legume, aka the garbanzo bean, is the basic ingredient of the Spanish stew called olla podrida
    $500 7
Franklin Roosevelt's estate is located on the river at this site
    $500 27
Making up impromptu scenes based on suggestions is called this

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

Patrick Chuck Kathy
$1,900 $300 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Chuck Kathy
$3,800 $0 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Though sick with typhoid & pneumonia, Jim Bowie fought & died at this fort in 1836
    $200 8
A chapter from "Life on the Mississippi" was intended for this "Tom Sawyer" sequel
    $200 3
The name of this large deer is probably an alteration of the Old English eolh
    $200 1
The Brooks Range in Alaska is the northern extension of this 3,000-mile-long mountain range
    $200 26
All living things on Earth are constructed of these or are just a single one
    $200 17
Aleph & tav are the first & last letters of this alphabet
    $400 22
His brother Carloman was king of the Eastern Franks 768-771
    $400 9
This "Magnificent" Booth Tarkington novel was the second book in his "Growth" trilogy
    $400 4
A funeral hymn, from dirige, the first word in a prayer for the dead
    $400 2
The Czechs call this river the Dunaj
    $400 27
As opposed to bird eggs, human eggs have very little of this material in which nutrients are stored
    $400 18
Biographers Day, May 16, is the anniversary of Samuel Johnson's first meeting with this man
    $600 23
The enameled Easter eggs he made for Russia's royalty often contained a surprise jewel
    $600 10
In 1930 this author dramatized her 1946 novel "The Member of the Wedding"
    $600 5
This slang term for a jail comes from the name of a former English prison; it's also the sound made by shackles
    $600 13
France shares the Ardennes with this neighbor to the north
    $600 28
Among hormones made in the pancreas, glucagon has the opposite effect of this one
    $600 19
While giving birth in 1853, Queen Victoria became one of the first women to use this anesthetic
    $800 24
In 1898 she founded the Christian Science Publishing Society
    $800 11
The middle name of this Sinclair Lewis title character is Follansbee
    DD: $2,000 6
The origins of alcalde, a Spanish word for a judicial official, go back to this language
    $800 14
The Vietnamese call this river the Song Cuu Long
    DD: $1,600 29
Process illustrated by the equation seen here: 6CO2 + 6H2O light > C6H12O6 + 6O2
    $800 20
In Italian this familiar proverb is "l'amore e cieco"
    $1000 25
In 1954 this Sherpa guide became director of training at the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute
    $1000 12
In "The Old Man and the Sea", this Cuban fisherman finally hooks a marlin after almost 3 months
    $1000 7
The "double talk" name of this disease is Sinhalese for "weakness weakness"
    $1000 15
Nicaragua's capital shares its name with this body of water, the nation's second-largest lake
    $1000 30
In the early 1900s, Thomas Hunt Morgan found that red was the dominant color of these insects' eyes
    $1000 21
In 1910 Victor Berger of Wisconsin became the 1st member of this political party elected to Congress

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Chuck Kathy
$8,400 $7,000 $4,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He served as assistant attorney general of Missouri under John C. Danforth from 1974 to 1977

Final scores:

Patrick Chuck Kathy
$1,800 $11,000 $8,200
3rd place: Michael C. Fina crystal decanter & goblets + Jeopardy! home game + GameTek version of Jeopardy! for the computer New champion: $11,000 2nd place: Ashley wall system & Aiwa digital mini system + Jeopardy! home game + GameTek version of Jeopardy! for the computer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Patrick Chuck Kathy
$10,400 $7,100 $4,200
26 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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