Show #2087 - Tuesday, October 5, 1993


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Joy Bell, a registered nurse from Columbia, Maryland

Fred Perry, a Ph.D. candidate from Raleigh, North Carolina

Matthew Seelinger, a legislative assistant originally from Falls Church, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
In 1824 Tallahassee became the capital of this territory
    $100 1
To date "The Dead Pool" is the 5th & last film in which Eastwood played this San Francisco cop
    $100 22
This city's CNN Center also houses the Omni Hotel
    $100 11
A scorpion's stinger is located in this part of its body
    $100 21
When you accept something you don't want to, you do this to your pride⁠—gulp!
    $100 16
Word that completes the line "N-E-S-T-L-E-S, Nestle's makes the very best..."
    $200 3
By the end of April 1866, this former president was the only Confederate official still held prisoner
    $200 6
The Italian title of this first spaghetti Western is "Per un pugno di dollari"
    $200 24
Quirinal Palace, once the home of popes, is the official residence of this country's president
    $200 12
They're the glands in females that produce milk
    $200 23
A person whose motives are easy to "read" is described as an "open" one of these
    $200 17
The Toledo War of 1835 gave Toledo to Ohio & granted this state its Upper Peninsula
    $300 4
The first professional game in this sport was played in Latrobe, Pennsylvania in August 1895
    $300 7
This 1992 Eastwood epic of the American West was mostly shot in⁠—Canada
    $300 25
The library at Eastern Montana College in Billings has a large collection of material on this Lt. Col.
    $300 13
In vertebrates the oculomotor nerve stimulates the muscles that move this organ
    $300 27
It's the perfect shape for a fair deal or a satisfying meal
    $300 18
This former Miss Oklahoma's biggest hit record was "Paper Roses" in 1960
    $400 5
In 1845 the congress of this republic approved annexation by the United States
    $400 8
The 1983 invasion of this Caribbean island was depicted in "Heartbreak Ridge"
    $400 26
This Alberta city celebrates "Klondike Days" just after the Calgary Stampede
    DD: $500 14
Like human hair, a bird's feathers are made of this protein
    $400 28
An honored guest at a dinner party is said "to sit above" this seasoning
    $400 19
Dedicated in 1843 by President John Tyler, Bunker Hill Monument is actually on this hill
    $500 10
This first Chief Justice of the United States died in Bedford, N.Y. in 1829
    $500 9
This 1971 film in which Eastwood played a disc jockey was the first that he directed
    $500 30
The Mayan ruins at Tikal are a major attraction in this Central American country
    $500 15
Many animals exhibit geotactic behavior; that is, they move in response to this force
    $500 29
A weapon that hung by a thread at King Dionysius' banquet gave us this "cutting" phrase for impending danger
    $500 20
In May 1978 Chiang Ching-kuo became president of this country, a position his father held for almost 3 decades

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

Matthew Fred Joy
$300 $2,000 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matthew Fred Joy
$1,400 $4,200 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In Hindi this great river is called the Ganga
    $200 16
Takehara Han is the most famous 20th century performer of this country's traditional jiutamai dance
    $200 21
It's the proper form of address when you speak to a judge in court
    $200 26
Ohio city that's home to the Goodyear World of Rubber Museum
    $200 6
Her brother-in-law Tohocomo sailed with her from Virginia to England in 1616
    $200 11
He was born in 1874 in Paris, where his father, Robert Ormond Maugham. worked at the British embassy
    $400 2
St. Pierre & Miquelon, islands off Newfoundland's coast, are an overseas dept. of this country
    $400 17
In names of dances. this young animal's name precedes "hug" & "hop"
    $400 22
Term for an attorney assigned to you by the court if you can't afford one
    $400 27
A Miami museum displays the "Ferdinand Magellan", one of these that was once FDR's traveling office
    $400 7
Tamerlane claimed to be a direct descendant of this mongol, but it probably wasn't true
    $400 12
Earl Derr Biggers created this "inscrutable" Chinese detective
    $600 3
Though Rabat is the capital, this is Morocco's most populous city
    $600 18
These married ballroom dancers popularized the tango in the United States
    $600 23
It's a punitive sentence that requires the convicted person to do unpaid work in the area where he lives
    DD: $3,000 28
A museum in Pittsford, Vt. tells the history of this "sweet water" from Indian times to today
    $600 8
Czar Nicholas II's mother, Maria Fyodorovna, was the daughter of this country's King Christian IX
    $600 13
"Coming of Age in Samoa" resulted from her trip as a fellow of the National Research Council
    $800 4
It's the largest lake in Central America & the only freshwater lake in the world that has sharks
    $800 19
In the 18th century, this whirling ballroom dance evolved from the Deutscher Tanz & the Landler
    $800 24
This panel of 12 to 23 people hears evidence to determine if there is a case
    $800 29
The Henry County Museum is in Bishop Hill, Illinois & the Henry Ford Museum is in this Michigan city
    $800 9
This French emperor offered Maximilian the Mexican crown
    $800 14
This author of "Tropic of Cancer" spoke only German until he went to school
    DD: $2,000 5
1 of 2 South American capitals lying on opposite sides of the Rio de la Plata
    $1000 20
John Cranko's ballet "Brandenburg Nos. 2 and 4" is danced to this composer's music
    $1000 25
It's a person who delivers warrants & subpoenas; a sheriff, for example
    $1000 30
Of "Coors" you know the Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum & Grave overlook this Colorado city
    $1000 10
He became heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne after his cousin Rudolf shot himself at Mayerling in 1889
    $1000 15
This author of "The House of the Spirits" is the niece of former President Salvador Allende

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matthew Fred Joy
$1,200 $3,400 $8,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Jan Gies, who was best known for his friendship with this family, died in 1993 at age 87

Final scores:

Matthew Fred Joy
$2,400 $0 $9,200
2nd place: trip on Delta to St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands & stay at Frenchman's Reef Resort + Jeopardy! home game 3rd place: Michael C. Fina Hancock pattern china service for 8 + Jeopardy! home game New champion: $9,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matthew Fred Joy
$4,200 $5,300 $8,600
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $18,100

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Game tape date: 1993-08-02
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