Show #2563 - Wednesday, October 25, 1995

Contestants

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Steve Boyd, a Latin teacher from Hagerstown, Maryland

Clytie David, a secretary from Forest Hills, New York

Dennis Jones, an analyst from Springfield, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
ABBREVIATIONS
NORSE MYTHOLOGY
THE FANNIE FARMER COOKBOOK
THE FUN '50s
FRANKS & FRANKLINS
    $100 8
His mother, the former Hannah Milhous, hoped he'd become a Quaker missionary
    $100 1
It's what SWAK stands for on the back of an envelope
    $100 6
He hurled his hammer to kill the mighty giant Hrungnir
    $100 21
Boston favorite cake is basically this other "Boston" dessert without the custard filling
    $100 26
It was the two-word term for shoeless dances held in school gymnasiums
    $100 16
He's the man on the bill that's the value of this answer
    $200 12
In 1994 this former president went to Haiti to help restore the government of Jean-Bertrand Aristide
    $200 2
When used as a title of respect, Hon. stands for this
    $200 7
Skadi chose a husband by looking only at these extremities protruding beneath a curtain
    $200 25
These beans found in succotash are also a traditional ingredient in Brunswick stew
    $200 27
This fad that peaked in 1958 was inspired by bamboo rings used in Australian gym classes
    $200 17
He wanted to study architecture at the University of Wisconsin in the 1880s, but it wasn't offered
    $300 13
In his will he asked to be buried at the side of his wife Rachel in the garden of the Hermitage
    $300 3
To an investor, the S & P in the S & P 500 stands for this
    $300 9
This supreme god is known by many epithets, including Veratyr, "Lord of Men", & Ygg, "The Awful"
    $300 22
This essential gumbo ingredient may be sliced & cooked with corn, tomatoes, green pepper & onion
    $300 28
This "quiz champ" was on the cover of the February 11, 1957 issue of Time magazine
    $300 18
In 1882 there was a $10,000 dead or alive reward for him & his brother
    $400 14
Sadly, he was the first president whose parents survived him
    $400 4
Someone who gambles on horse races should know that OTB stands for this
    $400 10
Audhumla, the first of these farm animals, nourished the first giant, Ymir, with her milk
    $400 23
Fannie's recipe for crabmeat Indienne calls for this powder
    $400 29
This fashion that began in 1953 had men on the streets exposing their knees
    $400 19
1 of the 3 Franks in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
    DD: $1,000 15
He published "Principles of Mining" in 1909 & "Fishing for Fun" in 1963
    $500 5
This book of the Bible is sometimes abbreviated Ez.
    $500 11
Fafnir transformed himself into one of these mythical beasts in order to guard his golden treasure
    $500 24
It's the vegetable needed to make shirred eggs Florentine
    $500 30
He was the "good-looking" wrestler famous for spraying the ring with perfume
    $500 20
He went up in Gemini 7 & Apollo 8

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

Dennis Clytie Steve
$600 $2,000 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dennis Clytie Steve
$3,500 $2,700 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT GREECE
LAKES & RIVERS
THE MOVIES
MAMMALS
LITERATURE
ART POTPOURRI
    $200 7
In 373 B.C. an earthquake destroyed the temple of Apollo at this site famous for its Oracle
    $200 24
Xochimilco in this country is famous for its "floating gardens"
    $200 1
This 1964 Disney film starring Julie Andrews won an Oscar for its visual effects
    $200 3
True to its name, the bighorn type of this animal has curved horns that may reach 4 feet in length
    $200 11
Upton Sinclair's "The Jungle" is a grim account of this city's stockyards
    $200 18
Some paints are made by mixing powdered pigments with the linseed or walnut type of this
    $400 8
This warlike city-state conquered Messenia in the 8th century B.C.
    $400 25
In 1973 Lake Edward in the south of this country was renamed for Idi Amn
    $400 2
In titles of films, this name precedes "Prince of Thieves" & "Men in Tights"
    $400 4
The domesticated form of this Tibetan ox is Central Asia's chief beast of burden
    $400 12
The narrator of this Harper Lee novel is a young southern girl named Scout
    $400 19
Eugene Delacroix painted the ceiling of the Galerie d'Apollon in this Paris museum
    $600 9
In the comedies of Aristophanes, this dramatic group had 24 members
    $600 26
Famous for its many chateaux, this river was called the Liger by the Romans
    $600 23
In this film Humphrey Bogart tells Katharine Hepburn, "Lady, you got ten absurd ideas for my one!"
    $600 5
Peba is another name for the nine-banded species of this creature
    $600 13
This Albert Camus novel was published in England under the title "The Outsider"
    $600 20
In 1958 this Spanish surrealist painted art collector Chester Dale & his dog Coco
    $800 14
The largest land battle of this war took place during the 6-year Peace of Nicias
    DD: $3,000 27
This southernmost of the Great Lakes was called Lac du Chat by French explorers
    $800 28
Songs heard on the soundtrack of this 1977 film include "Jive Talkin"' & "You Should Be Dancing"
    $800 6
The size of a small fox, a primate called the aye-aye is found only on this island off Africa's coast
    $800 16
The main character in his "L'Education sentimentale" has been called "a sort of male Emma Bovary"
    $800 21
Begun in 1929, murals by this artist from Guanajuato adorn the Palacio de Cortes in Cuernavaca
    $1000 15
This greatest Greek orator was already 30 when he made his first major speech before the Assembly
    $1000 30
Lake Garda is this nation's largest lake
    $1000 29
An 18" Capuchin monkey named Monkey was 1 of 5 used in this 1995 Dustin Hoffman film
    DD: $1,500 10
This mammal whose name is from the Greek for "flatfooted" has webbed feet
    $1000 17
This author's 1981 book "Peace Breaks Out" didn't fare as well as "A Separate Peace"
    $1000 22
This Flemish artist known for painting fleshy females completed "The Garden of Love" around 1632

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dennis Clytie Steve
$10,200 $3,500 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NATIVE AMERICANS
Indian tribes own more acreage in this state than in any other

Final scores:

Dennis Clytie Steve
$7,199 $0 $8,200
2nd place: General Instrument satellite system & Samsung 25" TV + Jeopardy home game & electronic game from Tiger 3rd place: Towle coffee/tea service + Jeopardy home game & electronic game from Tiger New champion: $8,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dennis Clytie Steve
$9,700 $6,000 $6,600
24 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $22,300

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