Show #2564 - Thursday, October 26, 1995

Contestants

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Tom Welch, an accountant originally from Bedford, Massachusetts

Therese Ellis, an Army sergeant from Woodbridge, Virginia

Steve Boyd, a Latin teacher from Hagerstown, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
TV SITCOMS
FASHION HISTORY
1966
BLADES
CROSSWORD CLUES "A"
    $100 10
The census bureau reports 29.1% of the population of this Northern Calif. city is Asian or Pacific Islander
    $100 29
In the fall of '94, her sitcom "These Friends of Mine" returned as "Ellen"
    $100 1
Medieval men wore fancy types of these hand coverings, often decorated with gems & embroidery
    $100 16
On February 3 the Soviets' Luna 9 probe made the first successful soft landing on this body
    $100 6
The blade on the "figure" type of this piece of sports equipment has toe picks on it
    $100 20
Hawaiian hello
(5)
    $200 12
This largest Maryland city was originally laid out in a meadow along Jones Falls Creek
    $200 30
It's the series on which Michael Richards plays the wacky neighbor Kramer
    $200 2
This 1965 David Lean film had fans "Russian" out to buy coats inspired by it
    $200 17
Inaugurated January 8 for his second term as president of France, he renamed Pompidou as premier
    $200 7
It's a long blade on a long handle; death is often depicted with one
    $200 21
Athenian high point
(9)
    $300 13
This capital is home to the Buckeye Farm News
    $300 25
Dick Sargent, the second of the 2 Darrins on this series, passed away in 1994
    $300 3
Elizabeth Smith Miller designed these full trousers popularized by a reformer named Amelia
    $300 18
This U.S. consumer advocate gained national attention testifying before Congress on auto safety
    $300 8
Scapulimancy is divination by means of the scapulae, which are these
    $300 22
Camel cousin
(6)
    $400 14
This largest New Mexico city is known as the "hot air balloon capital of the world"
    $400 26
Characters on this sitcom included prosecutor Dan Fielding & Judge Harry T. Stone
    $400 4
The leg-of-mutton type of these blouse features was popular in the 1830s
    $400 19
Arthritis in his elbow forced this great left-handed Dodger pitcher to retire in 1966
    $400 9
In the early 1960s this British company introduced a stainless steel razor blade
    $400 23
"Calculating" snake
(5)
    $500 15
This city, Oklahoma's second largest, is the headquarters of the U.S. Jaycees
    $500 27
Shortly before this sitcom ended, Don Hollinger & Ann Marie got engaged
    $500 5
Often made of chintz, the Dolly Varden dress was named for a character in his novel "Barnaby Rudge"
    DD: $1,500 28
Edward Brooke of this state became the first popularly elected Black U.S. senator
    $500 11
It's a long, slightly curved sword used in a Khachaturian dance
    $500 24
A "mark" of possession (10)

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

Steve Therese Tom
$2,500 $1,200 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Therese Tom
$3,900 $3,700 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE MIDDLE AGES
HEALTH & MEDICINE
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
LITERARY TERMS
    $200 10
Ali, this prophet's son-in-law, became the fourth caliph in 656
    $200 23
You're considered to have hypertension when this persistently exceeds 140/90
    $200 1
You'll find the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs on the main campus of this university
    $200 21
Currently it's James H. Billington
    $200 16
Cape Trafalgar in Spain & Cape Spartel in Morocco mark this strait's western limit
    $200 11
As Hemingway & Dos Passos belonged to the lost generation, Ginsberg & Kerouac belonged to this one
    $400 9
In 1192 Minamoto Yoritomo took this title as military dictator of Japan
    $400 30
New drug-resistant strains are partly to blame for the increase in this disease, aka consumption
    $400 2
The sports drink Gatorade was named for this school's mascot
    $400 22
The library has 1 of 3 perfect vellum copies of this book from the 1450s
    $400 17
Tugela, the world's second-highest waterfall, is located in Natal in this country
    $400 12
Shakespeare's 3-part "Henry VI" is an example of this, a series of 3 related novels, plays or operas
    $600 6
After the birth of their child, Peter Abelard convinced her to take holy vows at the Abbey of Argenteuil
    $600 28
Grand mal is the more serious type of seizure associated with this disorder
    $600 3
Founded in 1830, Spring Hill College in this Alabama port is the state's oldest school of higher learning
    $600 29
Name of the magazine of the Library of Congress; Sir Kenneth Clark was familiar with it
    DD: $1,000 18
Canada's Atlantic provinces consist of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & this one
    $600 13
The 31-syllable tanka is similar to this 17-syllable Japanese poetic form
    $800 7
By the middle ages this Asian language had lost its Vedic system of pitch or tonal accent
    $800 27
In 1995 the FDA approved the nation's first vaccine for this childhood disease
    $800 4
This Rhode Island Ivy League school was named for a donor who contributed $5,000 in 1804
    $800 25
In 1994 it added this man's 8mm film of the Kennedy assassination to its list of important movies
    $800 19
The Transylvanian Alps in this country are an extension of the Carpathian Mountains
    $800 14
Hagiography is writing about the lives & legends of these holy people
    $1000 8
This "Great" Saxon king's son Edward was acknowledged lord of Scotland c. 920
    $1000 26
Patented in 1964, it's the pain-relieving drug found in Motrin & Nuprin
    $1000 5
Evergreen State College opened its doors in 1971 in this state capital
    $1000 24
In 1985 Gwendolyn Brooks was appointed a consultant on this subject
    $1000 20
Hammerfest, Europe's northernmost town, is located in this country
    DD: $1,000 15
A sketch or other brief work, its name is French meaning "little vine"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Therese Tom
$11,300 $4,300 $9,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SECRETARIES OF STATE
He said, "Looking far off into the northwest, I see the Russian as he busily occupies himself..."

Final scores:

Steve Therese Tom
$3,999 $8,500 $14,212
3rd place: Sanyo 6-disc mini shelf system + GameTek Jeopardy! 2nd place: Gibson refrigerator freezer & Sunworthy wall coverings + GameTek Jeopardy! New champion: $14,212

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Therese Tom
$11,300 $3,300 $8,900
30 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,500

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