Show #2557 - Tuesday, October 17, 1995

Paul Thompson game 3.

Contestants

[<< previous game]

John Keane, a lawyer from the Bronx, New York

Suzanne Evans, an editor originally from Lockhart, Texas

Paul Thompson, a personnel manager from Cheverly, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,000)

[next game >>]

Jeopardy! Round

GOVERNMENT
MUSICAL FILMS
SICKNESS & HEALTH
DESSERTS
WORD ORIGINS
EUROPEAN POTPOURRI
    $100 1
"Sweet" term for the first weeks of a president's term when public support & trust are high
    $100 11
Marni Nixon dubbed Natalie Wood's singing voice for this 1961 musical about rival gangs
    $100 21
The traditional medicine of this country is based on ch'i, the universal life force
    $100 22
A Napoleon may have a thin icing or be dusted with the confectioners' type of this
    $100 2
A poem composed as a lament for the dead, its name comes from elegos, "mournful song"
    $100 16
This country's chief ports include Isafjordhur, Hafnarfjordhur, Siglufjordhur & Reykjavik
    $200 3
This agency, the TVA, serves a region covering parts of 7 states
    $200 12
It's the film in which Shirley MacLaine sings "If My Friends Could See Me Now"
    $200 28
These cells make up about 40% of normal blood
    $200 23
French for "froth", it's a fluffy chocolate dessert
    $200 4
A keepsake, its name comes from meminisse, "to remember"
    $200 17
Known for its rare manuscripts, this British library is named for scholar-diplomat Sir Thomas Bodley
    $300 5
The holder of this post is generally considered the highest-ranking cabinet official
    $300 13
Isaac Stern provided the violin solos for this film set in Anatevka
    $300 29
Due to routine immunization only about 100 cases of this, aka lockjaw, are treated in the U.S. each year
    $300 24
This old-fashioned cake made in a tube pan is made by alternating light & dark batter
    $300 6
The name of this blue dye flows back to the Indus River
    $300 18
Hannes Schneider of Austria's Arlberg region developed the Arlberg technique of teaching this sport
    $400 9
No members of the house voted against this 1964 resolution giving LBJ a free hand in Vietnam
    $400 14
Bob Fosse directed & co-wrote this 1979 musical inspired by his own life
    $400 27
Pyelonephritis is a bacterial infection of these organs
    $400 25
It's the traditional fruit in tarte tatin
    $400 7
This dance's name is derived from Polish meaning "from the province of Mazovia"
    $400 19
In Slovenia it's "Zdravljica", which means "the toast"
    DD: $800 10
The St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation is administered by this cabinet department
    $500 15
Levi Stubbs of the Four Tops was the voice of Audrey II, the bloodthirsty plant in this musical
    $500 30
The uvula hangs from this "soft" structure
    $500 26
This cream named for a German region is a mix of eggs, whipped cream, flavorings & gelatin
    $500 8
The name of this flowering plant may come from a name of the god Apollo, Paion
    $500 20
Though he's now based in France, fashion designer Paco Rabanne was born in this country

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

Paul Suzanne John
$3,700 $300 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Suzanne John
$4,100 $1,100 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

RELIGION
LITERARY SEQUELS
FOREIGN ARCHITECTURE
NOTABLE WOMEN
AMERICAN HISTORY
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
    $200 3
In Hebrew this symbol of Judaism is known as Magen David, which means "shield of David"
    $200 6
Published in 1994, "Closing Time" was Joseph Heller's long-awaited sequel to this novel
    $200 21
The sorin is the spire on the top of one of these Japanese temples
    $200 22
This former Philippine president's maiden name was Cojuangco
    $200 9
Before his impeachment trial in 1868, 2 previous attempts at impeachment had been rejected
    $200 1
The name of this island nation east of Florida is from the Spanish word bajamar, meaning "shallow water"
    $400 4
Shiite Muslims celebrate the birthday of this prophet's daughter, Fatima
    $400 17
It was Irwin Shaw's 1977 sequel to "Rich Man, Poor Man"
    $400 27
Spanish or mission tile is traditionally made of this material
    $400 23
This beloved member of the royal family turned 95 on August 4, 1995
    $400 10
Fort Pierre, named for a fur trader, was the first white settlement in this future state
    $400 2
About 95% of Libya is covered by this desert
    $600 7
Joseph Smith said this book "was the most correct of any book on earth, and the keystone of our religion"
    $600 18
Author Grace Metalious "returned" to this town for a 1959 sequel
    $600 30
An early type of castle was the Motte-and-this
    $600 26
In 1994 the Los Angeles County Museum of Art acquired her 1931 painting "Horse's Skull with Pink Rose"
    $600 11
On May 11, 1950 this president traveled to Washington State to dedicate the Grand Coulee Dam
    $600 14
The Strait of Sicily divides this sea into eastern & western parts
    $800 5
Aphorisms collected in the Brahma-Sutra are among the important Vedanta texts of this religion
    $800 19
"The Road Back" was Erich Maria Remarque's sequel to this classic novel
    $800 29
An agger was an ancient one of these "o'er" which you could watch a Star-Spangled Banner streaming
    $800 25
This famed Italian educator wrote the 1949 book "The Absorbent Mind"
    DD: $1,500 12
In 1912 an amendment to this act barred unfounded health claims for patent medicines
    $800 15
40% of Australia's newsprint comes from a mill in the town of Boyer in this island state
    $1000 8
Iceland's state religion is the evangelical form of this Protestant denomination
    $1000 20
A southern belle herself she was a natural choice to write "Scarlet", the sequel to "Gone with the Wind"
    $1000 28
In India a stambha is a free-standing one of these cylindrical structures
    $1000 24
This world leader was born in Karachi in 1953
    $1000 13
John L. Lewis headed this union from 1920 to 1960
    DD: $2,000 16
Until 1940 the USSR shared Lake Ladoga, northeast of Leningrad, with this neighboring country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Suzanne John
$16,800 $4,100 $1,500
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. STATES
After Alaska, this state has the greatest difference between its highest & lowest points

Final scores:

Paul Suzanne John
$23,600 $7,000 $0
3-day champion: $43,600 2nd place: Bassett dining room set & RCR crystal stemware + GameTek Jeopardy! 3rd place: Oneida gift certificate + GameTek Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Suzanne John
$14,800 $4,100 $1,500
35 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W
12 R,
4 W
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

[game responses] [game scores] [suggest correction]

The J! Archive is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc. Join the discussion at JBoard.tv.