Show #2565 - Friday, October 27, 1995

Contestants

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Lori Burns, a semi-retired attorney from Highland Park, Illinois

Jeffrey Jones, an actor and playwright originally from Dallas, Texas

Tom Welch, an accountant originally from Bedford, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,212)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC AMERICANS
MOVIE SONGS
INSECTS
NAMES
TRAVEL EUROPE
PREFIXES
    $100 6
In 1957 Ralph Abernathy & this civil rights leader founded the SCLC
    $100 11
This ballad became Judy Garland's theme song after she introduced it in "The Wizard of Oz"
    $100 13
This "praying" insect is the only insect that can turn its head from side to side
    $100 18
This poetic name for Ireland has become a popular name for girls
    $100 1
Stops on this city's Metro Line B include Termini Station, Tiburtina Station & the Colosseum
    $100 23
Indicating highest rank, it can precede duke or bishop
    $200 7
In 1902 this Hull House founder wrote a book called "Democracy and Social Ethics"
    $200 12
The Oscar-winning song of 1993 was sung by Bruce Springsteen in this Tom Hanks film
    $200 17
The pyralis is a common North American species of this insect also called a lightning bug
    $200 19
Popularized by singer Caruso, it's Italian for Henry
    $200 2
Luxembourg, like Switzerland, uses a currency called this
    $200 24
In the words geocentric & geophysics, geo- means this
    $300 8
In the 1830s John Ross, a chief of this tribe, unwillingly led his people on the Trail of Tears
    $300 14
In "Casablanca" it's the song Ingrid Bergman refers to when she says, "Play it, Sam"
    $300 28
The dog & cat are 2 of the most common types of this parasitic insect
    $300 20
The name Pascal is traditional for a baby born around this holiday
    $300 3
It's the country from which you're most likely to bring home a souvenir bouzouki
    $300 25
Demi-, semi- & hemi- are all prefixes meaning this
    $400 9
After his celebrated trial in the 1920s, he gave up teaching & became a geologist
    $400 15
This 1987 Patrick Swayze film featured the No. 1 song "(I've Had) The Time Of My Life"
    $400 29
Boric acid powder is used to combat these household pests of the order Blattaria
    $400 21
This feminine name is derived from the title heroine of an 1869 novel by R.D. Blackmore
    $400 4
This country's Riviera is on its coast where the Atlantic meets the Tagus River
    $400 26
Before fit, grade or active, it means backwards or back in time
    $500 10
2 days before Lincoln took office in 1861, this president signed an act creating the Nevada Territory
    $500 16
Bette Midler's rendition of "Wind Beneath My Wings" from this 1988 film was a million seller
    $500 30
This larval stage of a beetle is usually pale in color
    $500 22
The Hungarian name Sandor is a variant of this Greek name
    DD: $700 5
When your boat enters the Golden Horn, this city is on both sides of you
    $500 27
Ichthyo- pertains to fish & this prefix pertains to birds

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

Tom Jeffrey Lori
$1,200 $1,500 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Jeffrey Lori
$2,800 $2,800 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
RELIGION
ISLANDS
POLITICIANS
PLAYS & PLAYWRIGHTS
POTPOURRI
    $200 4
10 days before it was seized, the Marquis de Sade was moved from this prison for creating a disturbance
    $200 6
This Islamic holy book is divided into 114 sections called suras
    $200 14
Attu in this Alaskan chain has only about a dozen clear days a year
    $200 16
On Jan. 4, 1995 this Georgia Republican became Speaker of the House of Representatives
    $200 1
Aeschylus' tragic trilogy "Oresteia" won 1st prize at this Greek city's Great Dionysia Festival in 458 B.C.
    $200 12
The general society of this ship's descendants is headquartered in Plymouth, Massachusetts
    $400 5
In English this 1792 song begins, "Arise you children of our homeland"
    $400 21
What is popularly called the Mormon church is officially "The Church of Jesus Christ of" these
    $400 15
This island is about 50 times the size of Denmark, but has only about 1% as many people
    $400 17
On June 9, 1990 the son of this then New York governor married the daughter of Robert F. Kennedy
    $400 2
Shakespeare play in which Antonio asks, "Well, Shylock, shall we be beholden to you?"
    $400 13
In 1898 Haakon Nyhuus reorganized this Norwegian city's Deichman Library
    DD: $1,800 7
4 months after this man's 1793 assassination, David presented a painting of it to the convention
    $600 22
During Sukkot, one of this faith's 3 pilgrim festivals, temporary shelters are built
    $600 25
This nation consists of most of the Greater & Lesser Sunda Islands, the Moluccas & part of New Guinea
    $600 18
This Missouri Democrat is the House minority leader
    $600 3
Ilya Ilyich Telyegin, whose nickname is "Waffles", appears in this playwright's "Uncle Vanya"
    $600 28
The beans of this "chocolate" tree were once used as money in Mexico & Central America
    $800 8
In 1789 this doctor called for humane decapitation by a single blow
    $800 23
This 1962-63 Roman Catholic council was the first in church history to issue no condemnations
    $800 26
In antiquity this Spanish island group in the Atlantic was known as the Fortunate isles
    DD: $2,000 19
Evan Bayh, governor of this state, is the son of former U.S. Senator Birch Bayh
    $800 10
Part of his 1920s play "Strange Interlude" takes place in a small university town in New England
    $800 29
Stanislaw I was ousted as this country's king in 1709 & again in the 1730s
    $1000 9
Robespierre was president of this club named for the convent in which it met
    $1000 24
Kes-Dhari are the followers of this Indian religion who do not cut their hair
    $1000 27
Sark in this island group off the coast of France is the smallest self-governing British possession
    $1000 20
This West Virginian has served in the Senate longer than any present Democrat
    $1000 11
Beth Henley wrote her 1st play, "Am I Blue", while a drama student at this private Dallas university
    $1000 30
This dry, warm wind blowing down the east slopes of the Rockies is sometimes called a "snow eater"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Jeffrey Lori
$13,200 $5,400 $2,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BIRTHSTONES
1 of the 2 months with the same first letter as their traditional birthstones

Final scores:

Tom Jeffrey Lori
$13,200 $5,500 $3,200
2-day champion: $27,412 2nd place: Evergreen soft sauna steam room & Aiwa digital mini system + Jeopardy! home game 3rd place: Vivitar 440EZ camera + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Jeffrey Lori
$14,000 $6,100 $2,600
28 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $22,700

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