Show #2530 - Friday, September 8, 1995

Contestants

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Rock Huang, a consultant originally from New York City

Lynn Hooker, a graduate student from Chicago, Illinois

Rudy Stegemoeller, an attorney from Poestenkill, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE ELEMENTS
FIRST NAMES
FOOD & DRINK
ILLINOIS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
IN THE DICTIONARY
    $100 9
When it's pure, it's 24 karat
    $100 1
This Irish name became popular for women after it was used as the name of Scarlett O'Hara's home
    $100 23
Mexican salsa borracha or "drunken sauce" is made with chilies & this liquor
    $100 20
Also known as the redbird, it's been the state bird since 1929
    $100 8
During the 1960s & 1970s, this company sold 70 million Instamatic cameras
    $100 11
From a character in "Robinson Crusoe", it's a 2-word term for a male assistant
    $200 16
Most meteorites contain this element symbolized Ni
    $200 2
Ludwig is the German form of this English name
    $200 24
The name of this dish into which bread cubes are dipped comes from the French word for "melted"
    $200 4
Moline is headquarters to tis leading farm machinery producer
    $200 10
In 1928 this Michigan-based company released its first line of strained baby foods
    $200 12
The name of this covering above a bed is from the Greek word for "mosquito", which it once protected against
    $300 17
The radioactive element symbolized Fr was discovered in this country
    $300 3
The tradition of using this trio of Christian virtues as women's names goes back to the Puritans
    $300 25
The cardoon, a member of the thistle family, tastes like this "globe" vegetable
    $300 7
In 1856 the last rail was laid on this line, then the longest railroad in the nation
    $300 21
This Italian auto giant make Iveco trucks
    $300 13
This Hindi word for "master" was used as a title of respect when addressing Europeans in Colonial India
    $400 18
Found in a compound used in soft drinks, this element, P, ignites in air
    $400 5
This name of a recent Philippine president is Spanish for "heart"
    $400 26
This red wine beverage's name is Spanish for "bleeding"; its color is blood red
    $400 14
This Illinoisan was the Democratic candidate for president in 1952 & 1956
    $400 22
Saran Wrap, introduced in 1953, was this chemical company's first major consumer product
    DD: $600 29
From the Latin for "to wash away", it can mean a heavy downpour or to inundate in overwhelming numbers
    $500 19
Copper, magnesium, manganese & this element form an alloy called duralumin
    $500 6
Philip means a lover of these animals
    $500 28
Coddled eggs are often found in this salad named for a Tijuana restaurateur
    $500 15
Illinois' lowest point is 279 feet above sea level at the confluence of these 2 rivers
    $500 27
In 1979 this power tool company introduced the Dustbuster hand-held vacuum
    $500 30
"A mournful optimist" & "a deafening silence" are examples of this rhetorical figure of speech

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Rudy Lynn Rock
$500 $1,900 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rudy Lynn Rock
$1,300 $3,900 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

1995
EUROPE
THE MOVIES
CRIME TIME
BALLET
LITERATURE
    $200 1
On March 20 a poison gas attack on this city's subway system injured thousands
    $200 2
The official name of this country is Republik Osterreich
    $200 21
Toward the end of this Humphrey Bogart film, Sydney Greenstreet bys Rick's Cafe Americain
    $200 26
A bad one bounces
    $200 7
In a Michel Fokine ballet, this Egyptian queen enters swathed like a mummy, then is slowly unwrapped
    $200 12
This Tolstoy heroine is the sister of Prince Stepan Oblonsky, a high government official
    $400 5
On March 18 he announced his return to pro basketball after a 17-month hiatus
    $400 3
The Black Death that swept the continent in the 14th Century was an epidemic of this disease
    $400 22
This wife of Bruce Willis made her motion picture debut in the 1981 film "Choices"
    $400 27
In 1972 Alfred Bremer was sentenced to 53 years for shooting this Alabama governor & 3 others
    $400 10
The French title of this ever-popular holiday ballet is "Casse-Noisette"
    $400 13
In "Jane Eyre" Bertha, his insane wife, burns Thornfield & kills herself
    $600 8
Fulfilling a campaign promise, George Pataki signed a crime bill reinstating capital punishment in this state
    $600 4
O'Connell Bridge over the River Liffey is one of this city's most famous landmarks
    $600 23
Anjelica Huston won an Oscar as Maerose, the granddaughter of a Mafia don, in this 1985 film
    $600 28
Michael Fay was caned for spray-painting cars in this country
    $600 11
The 1943 ballet "Mother Goose Suite" is danced to music by this "Bolero" composer
    $600 15
In a novel by Oliver Goldsmith, Charles is the vicar of this place
    $800 19
This state's senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell switched from the Democratic Party to the GOP
    $800 6
In 1815 the Congress of Vienna united Belgium with this country
    $800 24
This 1989 Irish film was based on the autobiography of artist Christy Brown
    $800 29
This murderer of Martin Luther King, Jr. was nicknamed "The Mole" for his numerous prison escapes
    $800 14
This bending of the knees may be demi, small, or grand, deep
    $800 16
This hero of "The Nibelungenlied" is invulnerable except for a spot between his shoulders
    $1000 20
The Russian military claimed to have captured Grozny, capital of this breakaway republic
    DD: $1,300 9
In 1995 she began her 24th year as queen of Denmark
    $1000 25
In this 1969 Western, Robert Duvall said, "Bold talk for a one-eyed fat man"
    $1000 30
L.A.'s 1st syndicate boss, his 1st California murder victim was Harry Greenberg, November 22, 1939
    $1000 18
In this ballet pose, a dancer stands on one leg with the other leg raised & fully extended behind
    DD: $1,300 17
This Thomas Hardy novel is subtitled "A Pure Woman Faithfully Presented"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rudy Lynn Rock
$6,700 $11,100 $1,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANTHROPOLOGY
It's the more familiar name of the type of Homo erectus once classified as sinanthropus

Final scores:

Rudy Lynn Rock
$8,900 $13,401 $100
2nd place: trip for 2 to Orlando + Jeopardy! home game New champion: $13,401 3rd place: Sanyo fax machine + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rudy Lynn Rock
$6,700 $12,100 $1,800
20 R,
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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