Show #2337 - Tuesday, November 1, 1994


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Barry Sackin, a school food services director from Temecula, California

Jeanne Nelka, a library technician from Alexandria, Virginia

Russ Woodford, a guidance counselor from Sharpsburg, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,998)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
During the '40s the city of Oak Ridge was the headquarters of this "project" that built the 1st atomic bomb
    $100 3
In "Finian's Rainbow", a leprechaun comes to America to find a stolen crock of this
    $100 17
Medical experts say this deli standard really can help cure a cold; Mom knew it all along
    $100 1
The Third Seminole War erupted in this state in 1855
    $100 2
N. Pearlroth, researcher for "Ripley's Believe It Or Not", used this library at 42nd St. & 5th Ave. for 52 years
    $100 26
A month is this fraction of a year
    $200 7
Blazed by Daniel Boone, it was one of the earliest routes into Tennessee
    $200 4
A line in "Le Morte d'Arthur" about the "Lusty Month of May" apparently inspired a song in this musical
    $200 18
On the average, one of these lasts 6 seconds; ho-hum
    $200 13
He was forced to abdicate in 1815, near the end of the Hundred Days
    $200 12
Virginia's 1st public library opened in 1794 in this city that shares its name with an Egyptian library site
    $200 27
A nickel is this fraction of a dollar
    $300 8
A museum at the Rhea County Courthouse in Dayton has many items relating to this famous 1925 trial
    $300 5
This mad Russian monk was the unlikely subject of a 1987 Australian musical
    $300 19
It takes about 20 gallons of water to do this after-dinner chore by hand; by machine, it's about 10
    $300 14
At the time of Plymouth's founding in America, Europe was beginning this semi-long war
    $300 23
Fulton, Missouri is the site of a memorial & library devoted to this British statesman
    $300 28
A degree is this fraction of a circle
    $400 9
Clingmans Dome, the state's highest point, is located in this national park
    $400 10
Bebe Neuwirth, who played Lilith on "Cheers", starred as Lola in a recent revival of this Broadway musical
    $400 20
For Americans in 1992, this rose to a record 75.7 years
    $400 15
In 32 B.C. Octavian went to war against this man, his ex-brother-in-law
    DD: $1,000 24
The State Library of New South Wales in this city has one of the world's richest collections of Australiana
    $400 29
A steed used for racing distances of 1,320 feet
    $500 22
Tennessee is a leading producer of this metal used to coat iron & steel
    $500 11
Colonel Fairfax is a prisoner at the Tower of London in this Gilbert & Sullivan operetta
    $500 21
The recommended procedure to aid an adult choking victim; a slap on the back is no longer advised
    $500 16
In 1806 a civil war began in Haiti after the murder of this emperor
    $500 25
Opened on November 8, 1602, this Oxford University library was Europe's first public library
    $500 30
.125 is the decimal equivalent of this fraction

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

Russ Jeanne Barry
$600 $400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Russ Jeanne Barry
$1,800 $1,200 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In 1961 this Cuban leader said he had always been a Marxist-Leninist & would be one until he died
    $200 7
A purga is a wind that's common in this season in Siberia
    $200 17
Heineken & Philips are headquartered in this European country
    $200 11
Moscow has 4 large ones of these; most foreigners arrive at Sheremetyevo 2
    $200 12
He committed murders in the Whitechapel area of London between August & November 1888
    $200 1
Of the Clarence Thomas hearings, she said, "I would have preferred not to endure what I endured"
    $400 3
In 1215 Genghis Khan captured this city, the last Chin stronghold in northern China
    $400 10
Moving north from the equator, the wind belts run: the Trades, the Westerlies & these
    $400 18
Founded as a milk producer in 1866, it added Nescafe & Nestea to its line in this century
    $400 22
In 1993, after 69 years, the guard was removed from in front of his Red Square mausoleum
    $400 13
The Four Deuces was one of the "pleasure" joints run by his mob in Chicago
    $400 8
As well as "We are not amused", she said, "We are not interested in the possibilities of defeat"
    $600 4
Also called Lacedaemon, this once powerful Greek city-state was destroyed by the Visigoths in 396
    $600 29
The Williwaw blows straight through this South American strait
    $600 19
In 1984 Hallmark bought Binney & Smith, makers of this brand of crayons
    $600 23
A titanium obelisk in Moscow commemorates this first artificial earth satellite
    $600 14
On May 31, 1994 this Congressman was charged with 17 felonies, including fraud & embezzlement
    $600 9
Her poem No. 324 begins, "Some keep the sabbath going to church—I keep it, staying at home"
    $800 5
This "plan" to provide financial aid to European countries after WWII was announced at Harvard in 1947
    $800 28
It's Southern California's famous hot, dry wind
    $800 20
Among the artifacts found in this chain's restaurants are Elvis' motorcycle & Ringo Starr's snare drum
    $800 24
This famous opera & ballet house is on Teatralnaya Square
    DD: $700 15
On March 23, 1994, in Tijuana, this party's candidate for president, Luis Donaldo Colosio, was assassinated
    $800 26
This Pakistani prime minister said, "Every dictator uses religion... to keep himself in power"
    DD: $1,500 6
Over 20,000 Huguenots are believed to have died during this 1572 massacre that began in Paris
    $1000 30
This hot, dust-laden wind blows from the Libyan desert into Italy
    $1000 21
This company's chips supply the brains for about 85% of all desktop computers
    $1000 25
The state art gallery is situated on the edge of this famous park in central Moscow
    $1000 16
The 1906 case of Chester Gillette drowning his girlfriend inspired this Theodore Dreiser book
    $1000 27
In "Adam Bede" she wrote, "I'm not denyin' the women are foolish: God almighty made 'em to match the men"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Russ Jeanne Barry
$8,300 $2,800 $4,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this common apple variety probably refers to its growth from seeds rather than by grafting

Final scores:

Russ Jeanne Barry
$7,199 $800 $400
2-day champion: $13,197 2nd place: Dynamark home security & fire protection system + Hammerman rings 3rd place: Trimble GPS system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Russ Jeanne Barry
$10,800 $2,800 $4,800
25 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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Game tape date: 1994-08-31
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