Show #2554 - Thursday, October 12, 1995

Contestants

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Maureen Delgado, a foreign language teacher from Cyprus, Texas

Rob Fisher, a math teacher from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Les Muldorf, an endodontist from Poughkeepsie, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
GUINNESS RECORDS
GEOLOGY
U.S. MUSEUMS
POTPOURRI
THE GAME SHOW NETWORK
(Alex: ...which began last year.)
    $100 11
German admiral Karl Doenitz was convicted at these war crimes trials in 1946
    $100 21
With 8,151, Alan Rumbell holds the record for the one-arm type of these; let's see Jack Palance beat that
    $100 1
Fumaroles are found near active ones of these
    $100 16
A Louisville museum honors this founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken
    $100 2
He's the sprite who traces icy patterns on your windows
    $100 26
Tom Selleck, Michael Jackson & Arnold Schwarzenegger were among the bachelors on this Jim Lange show
    $200 12
In the 1950s the last French prisoners left this rocky islet
    $200 22
To make one of these, you have to break some eggs; to make the largest one, you have to break over 160,000
    $200 5
A rift valley is bounded by this type of line where you can really feel the earth move
    $200 17
The National Civil Rights Museum is housed at the Memphis motel where he was slain in 1968
    $200 3
Some American Indians ornamented their moccasins with this rodent's quills
    $200 27
The Hatfields once faced off against the McCoys on this game hosted by Richard Dawson
    $300 13
In the early 17th century, the college of James VI became the university of this Scottish city
    $300 23
Team Disney in Florida has the largest of these timepieces that only work in daylight
    $300 6
Material from denudation is found in this class of rocks that includes shale
    $300 18
One of the galleries at the Museum of Yachting in Rhode Island is devoted to this race
    $300 4
If a debutante receives several of these floral accessories, she may wear them on a ribbon tied around her wrist
    $300 28
On this show the host asked at the end of the voting, "Will the real (John Doe) please stand up!"
    DD: $800 14
From 1682 to 1689 this Czar shared the throne with half brother Ivan V under half sister Sophia's regency
    $400 24
During a 1951 chase in New South Wales, a female of these animals made a 42-foot leap
    $400 7
Running along the coastline of North America & other land masses, it's covered by up to 600' of seawater
    $400 19
The museum of this Cabinet department features exhibits on conservation & natural resource development
    $400 9
Some fine specimens of the fire type of this silica gemstone have been found in Honduras
    $400 29
The categories on this Jack Barry show appeared in the windows of a giant slot machine
    $500 15
In 1805 Muhammad Ali, a tobacco merchant, was appointed governor of this country by the Ottoman sultan
    $500 25
In 1990 Sadao Harada & friends flew 11,284 of these on a single line
    $500 8
A zinc ore was named for this British chemist who also had an American institution named for him
    $500 20
The home of this doctor who treated John Wilkes Booth is now a museum in Waldorf, Maryland
    $500 10
Some believe this "Aida" composer's first opera, "Rocester", is lost; others believe it's part of "Oberto"
    $500 30
On its first show, February 2, 1950, the mystery guest was Yankee shortstop Phil Rizzuto

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Les Rob Maureen
$1,600 $500 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Les Rob Maureen
$3,000 $2,700 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

BIBLICAL PEOPLE
NEWSPAPERS
VICE PRESIDENTS
AROUND THE HOUSE
THEATRE
HUMOROUS QUOTATIONS
    $200 8
Only one gospel mentions Jesus raising this man from the dead
    $200 16
The Rocky Mountain News was founded in this capital city in 1859
    $200 1
Nicknamed "Rocky", he was born in Bar Harbor, Maine in 1908
    $200 22
Popular with kids, they're 2 single beds, one above another, with a ladder
    $200 2
Ethel Merman sang "Anything You Can Do" in this musical about Annie Oakley
    $200 17
Sam Levenson joked, "Lead us not into" this; "Just tell us where it is; we'll find it"
    $400 10
His name is sometimes given as Cephas, which also means "rock"
    $400 27
Papers in this state include the New Haven Register & the Waterbury Republican & American
    $400 7
His father, Theofraste Anagnostopoulos, immigrated to the U.S. from Greece around 1900
    $400 23
If you don't have a wet bar, you can store this in a cabinet called a cellarette
    $400 3
T.S. Eliot's "Murder in the Cathedral' deals with the murder of this man
    $400 18
Ogden Nash rhymed, "Here's a good rule of thumb: too clever is" this
    $600 11
This third son of Adam & Eve was an ancestor of Noah
    $600 28
This St. Louis newspaper won Pulitzers for meritorious public service in 1937, 1941, 1948 & 1952
    $600 9
After leaving office in 1969, he returned to teaching at Macalester college in St. Paul, Minnesota
    $600 24
For cooking chicken, you might use one of these small ovens with an electrically-turned spit
    $600 4
This famous 1962 drama has only 4 characters: Martha, George, Nick & Honey
    $600 19
Mountain climber who said, "There is precious little in civilization to appeal to a yeti"
    DD: $1,500 12
She was the daughter-in-law of Naomi & the great-grandmother of King David
    $800 29
CNN host Larry King is a columnist for this newspaper's "Life" section
    DD: $2,000 14
He was Harry Truman's second choice for vice president; William O. Douglas was first
    $800 25
It's the French term for a tall, movable cupboard or wardrobe
    $800 5
Charles Condomine is haunted by both his late wives in this Noel Coward farce
    $800 20
Comic Steven Wright wondered "If Miles Davis is known as" this "in Europe"
    $1000 13
Before his death, he consulted with the spirit of Samuel, who predicted his defeat
    $1000 15
For his WWI reparations plan, this vice president under Calvin Coolidge won a 1925 Nobel Peace Prize
    $1000 26
Named for an earl, it's a large, overstuffed sofa with upright armrests
    $1000 6
Based on a true incident, this 1990 play tells of an imposter who claims to be Sidney Poitier's son
    $1000 21
This philosopher asked, "Is man only a blunder of God, or God only a blunder of man?"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Les Rob Maureen
$10,100 $7,900 $5,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NOVELS
The first of the 7 commandments in this 1945 novel is "Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy"

Final scores:

Les Rob Maureen
$4,399 $5,700 $0
2nd place: the Directions bedroom by Broyhill Premiere + numbered & signed limited edition serigraph Hollywood in the 30's by Linnea Pergola from Martin Lawrence Galleries + GameTek Jeopardy! New champion: $5,700 3rd place: RCA home theater laserdisc & CD player + GameTek Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Les Rob Maureen
$9,400 $6,700 $5,300
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,400

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