Show #2566 - Monday, October 30, 1995

Contestants

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Judy Conrad, a teacher from Cumberland, Maryland

Marty Johns, an engineer from Stow, Ohio

Tom Welch, an accountant originally from Bedford, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,412)

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Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE IN HISTORY
AMUSEMENT PARKS
MUSIC CLASS
COOKIES & CANDY
AROUND ITALY
THE "LONG" & THE "SHORT" OF IT
    $100 1
She was 18 when she married 17-year-old Ferdinand of Aragon
    $100 6
Wonderland in Toronto has a "Days of Thunder" motion simulator that puts you in one of these vehicles
    $100 9
It's the male singing voice between bass & tenor
    $100 10
This mountainous European country is the home of Toblerone chocolate bars
    $100 11
A 1966 flood of the Arno destroyed shops on this city's Ponte Vecchio as well as art in the Uffizi
    $100 17
As Diane Chambers on "Cheers", she jilted Kelsey Grammer's character, Dr. Frasier Crane
    $200 2
Explorer William Clark nicknamed this Shoshone woman "Janey"
    $200 7
You've read this hero's comics & seen his movies; now you can ride "The Ride" at California's Magic Mountain
    $200 22
It's a folk song that tells a story, "On Top Of Old Smoky" is an example
    $200 13
Created in 1930, these original chocolate chip cookies are named for a Massachusetts inn
    $200 12
These lead from Rome's Piazza di Spagna up to the Trinita dei Monti Church
    $200 18
A savory version of this dish may be topped with chicken, but many prefer the strawberry dessert
    $300 3
This automobile manufacturer was born in Michigan July 30, 1863, a few weeks after the Battle of Gettysburg
    $300 8
You can ride the Hoosier Hurricane in this state, at a park in Monticello
    $300 28
3 of the most common ones of these in western music are 4/4, 3/4 & 6/8
    $300 24
It's the 24-hour period when you collect your wages, or the peanut caramel bar you may buy with the money
    $300 14
It's said Hercules founded this town that was buried by a volcano in 79 A.D.
    $300 19
It's a rail route that covers a limited distance, perhaps on a Monopoly board
    $400 4
For a brief time in 1890 this inventor made talking dolls, but their voices were "exceedingly unpleasant"
    $400 23
Kings Dominion in Virginia & Carowinds in North Carolina include his "World"; way, no way, way!
    $400 29
Section of the orchestra in which you'd find a glockenspiel
    $400 26
It's the company that makes Nutter Butters, Lorna Doones & Mallomars
    $400 15
Real or not, Juliet's tomb is a tourist attraction in this city
    $400 20
This 19th century American not only wrote poems, he translated poetry from at least 11 languages
    $500 5
In 1587 this courtier, a favorite of Elizabeth I, became captain of the queen's guard
    $500 25
These fish parks in Florida, Texas & Ohio have added a monster marsh complete with dinosaurs
    $500 30
Classified by tempo, these musical pieces can be funeral, quick or double quick
    $500 27
Yes, my dear, the name of these Italian-made hazelnut chocolates is French for "my dear"
    DD: $1,000 16
Europe's biggest boat show is held in this city, Italy's biggest port
    $500 21
He was an Emmy-winning writer for "SCTV" before he joined the cast of "Saturday Night Live"

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

Tom Marty Judy
$900 $1,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Marty Judy
$2,700 $3,700 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE & SCIENTISTS
FOREIGN CURRENCY
CONGRESS
"AMERICAN" ORGANIZATIONS
THEATRE
HELLO, DOLLEY
(Alex: All the clues relate to Dolley Madison.)
    $200 13
He's the physicist called "The Father of Relativity"
    $200 3
During the 1950s some Egyptian coins depicted this monument that guards the pyramids
    $200 8
Before moving to Washington, Congress met in this city's Congress Hall from 1790 to 1800
    $200 18
It registers pedigreed purebred pooches
    $200 26
In 1994 he revised his 1966 play "Don't Drink the Water" for TV
    $200 1
She hosted the first of these in Washington the evening of her husband's swearing-in ceremony
    $400 14
Bituminous & anthracite types of this occur mainly in Carboniferous strata
    $400 4
100 German pfennigs are equivalent to this monetary unit
    $400 9
This Senate committee recommends approval or rejection of treaties
    $400 19
One of the reasons it was founded in 1847 was to improve public health
    $400 27
In this play Gooper & Brick are sons of Big Daddy
    $400 2
This N.Y. senator, later a famous duellist, introduced Dolley to James
    $600 15
One thing that distinguishes men from apes is bipedalism, which is this
    $600 5
According to some sources, this Hebrew currency was first coined in the 2nd century B.C.
    DD: $1,400 10
Congress overrode only 9 of this president's record 635 vetoes
    $600 20
It created controversy in 1978 when it supported American Nazis' right to march in Skokie, Ill.
    $600 28
In March 1995 Maria Conchita Alonso replaced Vanessa Williams on Broadway in this musical set in South America
    $600 23
This "Rip Van Winkle" author called Mrs. Madison "a fine, portly, buxom dame"
    $800 16
Ben Franklin watched these brothers demonstrate their balloon in Paris in November 1789
    $800 6
In 1993 Armenia replaced this currency with the dram
    $800 11
In 1952 this Speaker of the House from Texas banned television cameras from House committee sessions
    $800 21
Founded in 1919, it drafted the G.I. Bill of Rights, passed in 1944
    DD: $2,000 24
Before becoming a first lady she was a cabinet wife, since James was part of this president's cabinet
    $1000 17
Mathematician John von Neumann defended this Manhattan Project director against disloyalty charges
    $1000 7
The Netherlands Antilles uses this monetary unit as its official currency
    $1000 12
A person who refuses to cooperate with a congressional subpoena can be charged with this misdemeanor
    $1000 22
The ALP, it supported the Democrats in the 1936, 1940 & 1944 presidential elections & was dissolved in 1956
    $1000 25
After leaving Washington in 1817, Dolley continued to entertain grandly at this Virginia estate

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Marty Judy
$4,300 $10,500 $600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANNUAL EVENTS
Between 1903 & the present, this event took place every year but 2: 1904 & 1994

Final scores:

Tom Marty Judy
$2,300 $11,000 $700
2nd place: Lloyd/Flanders Heirloom Series wicker furniture & New Braunfels smoker grill + Jeopardy! home game & GameTek Jeopardy! New champion: $11,000 3rd place: Samsung fax machine + Jeopardy! home game & GameTek Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Marty Judy
$4,300 $11,400 $2,600
14 R,
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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