Show #2399 - Thursday, January 26, 1995


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Sheri Davis, an actress from Naperville, Illinois

Paul Bousquet, an attorney from Alexandria, Virginia

Claud Argall, a financial services manager from Sparks, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The game.)
    $100 1
Ruling for nearly 900 years, the Zhou was this country's longest-reigning dynasty
    $100 3
Name of the square on which you start
    $100 10
Fujitsu is this country's No. 1 mainframe computer manufacturer
    $100 17
The name of this horse bred in the Palouse River region probably comes from the word palouse
    $100 26
The 1st of these were manually painted on a Mich. road in 1911; a machine was later created to cut the cost
    $100 12
When it appears before a person's name, AKA stands for this
    $200 2
In 1974 this Yasir Arafat-led group was named "the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people"
    $200 4
It's the maximum number of houses you can have on a property
    $200 19
The NYSE symbol for this St. Louis-based company is BUD
    $200 18
This Scottish draft horse is so strong it can pull more than a short ton
    $200 27
"Hurried" term given to either end of the business day when traffic is the heaviest
    $200 13
"Maintain the right" is the motto of this law enforcement unit abbreviated RCMP
    $300 5
During his brief exile to this island, Napoleon served as its emperor
    $300 7
Color group that includes Marvin Gardens
    $300 20
This athletic footwear company's name is Greek for victory
    $300 23
"Celestial" term for a small white patch on a horse's forehead
    $300 28
Wider than a lane but narrower than a boulevard, many New Yorkers take the 5th on this one
    $300 14
To coin collectors, unc. stands for this
    $400 6
In 1905 this czar issued the October Manifesto, creating Russia's first parliament
    $400 8
Early in the game it's recommended to pay this amount to get out of jail; later try the dice
    $400 21
Eli Lilly & Co. introduced this best-selling anti-depressant drug in 1988
    $400 24
It's the proper term for a mare who's the mother of a foal
    $400 29
It's the roundabout route set up so travelers can avoid roadwork
    $400 15
A contemporary term, DINK stands for "dual income, no" these
    DD: $500 11
In the 1920s this future Asian president helped found the French Communist Party
    $500 9
Water Works has a faucet on it & Luxury Tax features one of these
    $500 22
Bank holding company First National City Corporation changed its name to this in 1974
    $500 25
These horses trained at the Spanish Riding School are usually gray but may be bay or roan
    $500 30
A one-way sign is rectangular & a yield sign is this shape
    $500 16
As you might surmise, AS is the postal abbreviation for this U.S. territory

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

Claud Paul Sheri
$1,800 $600 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Claud Paul Sheri
$2,300 $2,500 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
In 1804 this pair became the first Americans to explore what became Nebraska
    $200 5
Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase presided over this president's impeachment trial in 1868
    $200 7
On April 6, 1769, 8 days before his death, he attended a performance of his "Messiah" in London
    $200 1
William Golding novel in which boys stranded on an island try to form a society but revert to savagery
    $200 18
To simmer or coddle food, cook it just below this point
    $200 26
Einstein was in the Orient when he learned that he had won this prize for physics for 1921
    $400 14
You can visit stations of this 1860-61 mail delivery service at Fairbury & Gothenburg
    $400 6
He was appointed U.S. minister to Spain in 1779 & Chief Justice of the U.S. in 1789
    $400 8
At age 26 this "Wedding March" composer was named conductor of the Gewandhaus Orch. in Leipzig
    $400 2
This novel is Oscar Wilde's longest piece of narration
    $400 19
It's to shred food by rubbing it over a rough-surfaced utensil with holes
    $400 27
Shortly after Einstein became a citizen of this country, he took a patent office job in Bern
    $600 20
The state seal shows a steamboat on this river that forms the state's eastern border
    $600 9
Irish-born William Paterson became one of this state's first U.S. senators in 1789
    $600 15
In 1826 this Lieder composer tried but failed to get a position at the court of the Austrian emperor
    $600 3
This Kurt Vonnegut novel about Billy Pilgrim is subtitled "Or, the Children's Crusade"
    $600 23
Often done with yams, it means to cook in heavy syrup or sugar until glazed
    $600 28
Einstein's letter to FDR about the possibility of an A-bomb led to this project to build one
    $800 21
Headquartered in Nebraska's largest city, it's one of the world's largest private health insurance cos.
    DD: $1,200 10
On Jan. 20, 1801 John Adams nominated him to replace Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth, who had resigned
    DD: $1,500 16
His "Les Troyens" was completed 10 years before his death, but never performed in its entirety during his lifetime
    $800 4
Families in this Sherwood Anderson title town in Ohio include the Hardys & the Kings
    $800 24
It's the curing of fish like salmon or herring by cleaning, salting, drying & smoking it
    $800 29
Einstein served on this international organization's Committee on Intellectual Cooperation
    $1000 22
Nebraska is the only state with this type of legislature
    $1000 12
While attending this college in 1776, Bushrod Washington became a founding member of Phi Beta Kappa
    $1000 17
In the 1750s this son of J.S. Bach wrote an "essay on the true art of playing keyboard instruments"
    $1000 11
Somerset Maugham's "The Moon and Sixpence" is a novel based on the life of this French artist
    $1000 25
It's the process of melting down fat to remove the tissue; it sometimes produces lard
    $1000 30
For relaxation Einstein sailed a boat & played this musical instrument

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Claud Paul Sheri
$7,300 $9,100 -$600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Sitcom whose title character was born in Baghdad in 64 B.C.

Final scores:

Claud Paul Sheri
$14,599 $3,500 -$600
2-day champion: $25,398 2nd place: tip to Honolulu, Hawaii 3rd place: ProForm step machine

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Claud Paul Sheri
$6,900 $9,100 $900
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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Game tape date: 1994-11-08
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