Show #2568 - Wednesday, November 1, 1995

Contestants

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Mike Erickson, a teacher from San Diego, California

Ed Stewart, a Roman Catholic priest from Brooklyn, New York

Marty Johns, an engineer from Stow, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

COLONIAL AMERICA
TELEVISION
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
FOOD & DRINK
NATIONAL PARKS
ANAGRAMS
    $100 6
The oil of these mammals was used in lamps; their "bone", to stiffen women's clothing
    $100 14
Moose, a Jack Russell Terrier, plays Eddie on this sitcom
    $100 26
In 1919 the Candler family sold this beverage company to Atlanta banker Ernest Woodruff for $25 million
    $100 11
This word often precedes food cake & hair pasta
    $100 1
This Florida national park is home to the alligator, North America's largest reptile
    $100 21
If you hear a low hoot, this bird may fly by
    $200 7
This style of architecture named for England's first 4 Hanoverian kings was quite popular
    $200 15
She's "The Nanny"
    $200 27
This San Francisco-based company is the world's largest apparel manufacturer
    $200 12
Some people find the sweet acidophilus type of this dairy product easier to digest
    $200 2
Bridalveil Fall is usually the first waterfall seen by visitors to this California Park's valley
    $200 22
Milo the millionaire rides around in a long, black one of these
    $300 8
Moravians seeking religious freedom founded the city of Bethlehem in 1741 in what is now this state
    $300 18
Roy Huggins, who created "The Fugitive", also produced this 1965-68 Ben Gazzara series
    $300 28
"Like a Good Neighbor" this company became the biggest auto insurer by 1942
    $300 13
A rum cocktail that contains citrus juice, crushed ice & sugar, or the kind of stick used to stir it
    DD: $500 3
In this southern national park you can take a boat ride on the underground Echo River
    $300 23
A saint would look spectacular in a robe made of this fabric
    $400 9
Tavern plates & tankards were usually made of this alloy that consists mainly of tin
    $400 19
She picked up an Emmy for her portrayal of "...the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom"
    $400 29
In 1970 he bought a small Georgia UHF station & began his broadcasting empire
    $400 16
Waterzooi, a stew from this low country, may be made with fish or chicken
    $400 4
North Carolina shares this, its only national park, with Tennessee
    $400 24
It's the only color Carol ever wears
    $500 10
Many limners, who did this for a living, are known only by the names of the families who paid them
    $500 20
"Wings" is set in an airport; "The John Larroquette Show", in one of these
    $500 30
This major credit reporting firm also built rocket engines for the Apollo program
    $500 17
The Damson type of this fruit is quite tart & excellent for cooking
    $500 5
With 8, this state has the most national parks
    $500 25
Liam longs to take a trip to this West African country

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

Marty Ed Mike
-$200 $2,200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Ed Mike
-$200 $4,000 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
ANATOMY
BRITISH POSSESSIONS
COMPOSERS
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
QUOTABLE WOMEN
    $200 3
In 1976 this South American country nationalized 21 of its oil companies
    $200 1
These paired bones that protect the heart & lungs rise & fall as you breathe
    $200 9
This British crown colony absorbed over a million Chinese refugees between 1949 & 1962
    $200 21
This composer's deafness may have been caused by syphilis
    $200 28
During his term & after, the U.S. president is protected by members of this federal agency
    $200 16
In "Klondike Annie", she said, "Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before"
    $400 4
His last words, 19 years after Manila Bay, were "Gentlemen, the battle is done. The victory is ours"
    $400 2
Unlike the red, the yellow type of this substance that fills the bones is mostly fat
    $400 10
This Caribbean island group is divided into U.S. & British parts
    $400 24
He composed the happy music of "The Nutcracker" while working on his anguished "Pathetique" symphony
    $400 30
In 1995 Robert Rubin replaced Lloyd Bentsen in this post
    $400 17
This elderly artist said, "Painting's not important. The important thing is keeping busy"
    $600 5
Cardinal Mazarin was this French king's godfather
    $600 6
Named for their shapes, they're the 2 types of light-sensitive cells in the retina of the eye
    $600 11
Argentine forces in this South Atlantic territory surrendered June 14, 1982
    $600 25
The third movement of this Austrian's famous "Unfinished" symphony was planned to be a scherzo
    $600 23
Named for its chairman, it was the commission created in 1986 to investigate the Iran-Contra Affair
    $600 18
Round Table wit who coined the phrase "Brevity is the soul of lingerie"
    $800 7
In 1795, after its third partition, this European country ceased to exist
    $800 12
The duodenum, the first part of the small intestine, loops around this insulin-producing organ
    $800 13
Home to the Bounty mutineers, this 1.7-square-mile island is Britain's only possession in the South Pacific
    $800 26
This "William Tell" composer was called "The Swan of Pesaro", after his birthplace
    $800 22
It's the term for the assistant to a party leader who makes sure that members are present for important votes
    $800 19
"Fashions in sin change", she wrote in her 1941 play "Watch on the Rhine"
    $1000 8
In July 1554 Mary I of England married this Spanish ruler
    DD: $1,900 14
The hypophysis is another name for this gland at the base of the brain
    $1000 15
Napoleon arrived on this island October 15, 1815
    $1000 27
This American incorporated his popular "Fanfare for the Common Man" into his third symphony
    DD: $3,400 29
In the 20th c. only 2 military leaders have been Secretary of State: George Marshall & this 1980 appointee
    $1000 20
In 1860 this suffragist wrote, "Many abolitionists have yet to learn the ABC of woman's rights"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Ed Mike
$6,900 $10,000 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ASTRONOMY
This term means "sun stands still"

Final scores:

Marty Ed Mike
$2,800 $4,300 $100
2nd place: Gateway 2000 PC & Corel Draw! software + Jeopardy! home game & Tiger electronic version New champion: $4,300 3rd place: JVC HR-A61 VCR + Jeopardy! home game & Tiger electronic version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marty Ed Mike
$3,600 $9,800 $7,800
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,200

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