Show #1937 - Tuesday, January 26, 1993

Diane Siegel game 2.


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Ogi Ogas, a writer from Baltimore, Maryland

Jim Nugent, an attorney from New Orleans, Louisiana

Diane Siegel, a homemaker from Northridge, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 29
More than half of Arizonans live in this capital's metro area
    $100 7
Though she was born in Germany, Marlene toured the world entertaining Allied troops during this war
    $100 11
Qantas Airways has used this animal as its corporate mascot since 1967
    $100 1
In addition to his helmet, body armor & steel shoes, a knight wore these metal gloves
    $100 12
Rod Serling called it "a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man"
    $100 27
Attired for murder
    $200 28
From 1952 to 1988 Arizona went for this party's nominee in each presidential election
    $200 8
Marlene monkeyed around in "Blonde Venus" dressed as one of these big apes
    $200 23
A real cow named Elsie has been the mascot of this firm's Dairy Division since the 1939 World's Fair
    $200 2
Knights followed this code of behavior which comes from a French word for "horseman"
    $200 13
Catch the ball here in football & you get 6 points
    $200 21
Stay a single hop in the lead
    $300 6
The state motto, Ditat Deus, means he "enriches"
    $300 19
A portrait of Marlene was the symbol of this French film festival in 1992; she died 1 day before it opened
    $300 25
This type of dog serves as the symbol & mascot of Mack Trucks
    $300 3
This heavy club with a spiked or flanged head was used to crush an opponent's armor
    $300 14
In October 1979 the U.S. government gave back about 65% of this zone to its home country
    $300 5
Weightless like one plume
    $400 22
This is the largest Indian tribe in Arizona
    $400 20
Rumors said Marlene & this "Morocco" co-star became lovers; perhaps they met at "High Noon"
    $400 24
Misha, the mascot for the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, was this type of animal
    $400 4
Knights are addressed as sir; the wives of knights are addressed in this way
    $400 17
Apples are grown in this zone, not subtropical or tropical
    $400 9
A pair of people is required for the performance of a ballroom dance with a lot of posing
    $500 16
Arizona State University in this city has one of the world's largest meteorite collections
    $500 30
Film fans fell in love with Marlene when she sang "Falling In Love Again" in this "colorful" film
    $500 26
In 1955 Mach 1 became the first Falcon mascot of this U.S. service academy
    $500 10
At 14 a page moved up to this position to look after a knight's arms & care for his horses
    DD: $600 18
They're about 15 degrees of longitude wide
    $500 15
Clench one's cloche

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

Diane Jim Ogi
$900 $500 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Jim Ogi
$3,100 $1,300 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Stephen Sears names Lincoln as the most written-about Civil War figure & this Southerner second
    $200 7
The "Flowers of the Four Seasons" was a popular theme in this country during its Sung Dynasty
    $200 21
Now Egypt's second- largest city, over 2,000 years ago it was the capital
    $200 15
In 1893 Arthur Conan Doyle killed this sleuth, only to bring him back in another story
    $400 4
In March 1862 he was appointed military governor of Tennessee
    $400 8
Thomas Gainsborough sometimes exhibited his paintings at his home in Pall Mall in this city
    $400 24
When it was ruled by the Egyptians & Romans, this Jordanian capital was called Philadelphia
    $400 28
The largest one of these april gems, the Cullinan, was found in 1905 in South Africa
    $400 3
He's the aging one-eyed marshal in the novel & movie "True Grit"
    $400 27
In recognition of their work in wireless telegraphy, the 1909 prize went to Karl Braun & this Italian
    $600 9
War order number 3 of March 11, 1862 removed him from his command as the Union Army's general-in-chief
    $600 23
This Dutchman painted his self-portrait with Saskia, his new bride, around 1635
    $600 6
Ancient Sumerian sources say that Kish was the site of the first dynasty after this catastrophe
    $600 26
This January gem takes its name from the pomegranate, whose seeds it resembles
    $600 16
This Tolstoy heroine almost dies after giving birth to Count Vronsky's baby
    $600 2
Because they furthered his work, this pair shared the 1903 prize with Antoine-Henri Becquerel
    $800 19
The campaign that ended with a second battle here began at Cedar Mountain August 9, 1862
    $800 20
Pop artist Roy's last name, it sounds like a tiny country in Europe
    $800 22
These ancient mariners founded Cadiz & Carthage
    $800 25
This light bluish gem for March was once a talisman for sailors
    DD: $3,000 10
In an 1896 novel by H.G. Wells, this doctor attempts to turn animals into men
    $800 5
1991's prize went to Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, who figured out how these are arranged in Super Glue
    $1000 17
The formal date of surrender for this Mississippi city was July 4, 1863
    $1000 13
This surrealist included the view from his Spanish home in "The Sacrament of the Last Supper"
    $1000 12
He began his diggings in 1870 & went on to find the ancient cities of Troy, Mycenae & Tiryns
    DD: $100 18
Cleopatra is said to have been fond of this November stone because it reminded her of honey
    $1000 14
At 18 she leaves the Lowood School to become a governess at Thornfield Manor
    $1000 11
Antony Hewish co-won in 1974 for his work in the discovery of these radio signal-emitting stars

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Jim Ogi
$7,300 $4,300 $6,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It was the profession of Lou Jacobs, the model for a 1966 postage stamp, who died in Sarasota in 1992

Final scores:

Diane Jim Ogi
$13,400 $1 $6,100
2-day champion: $27,800 3rd place: Ericsson cellular phone + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: trip on Delta to Tampa & stay at the Radisson + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Diane Jim Ogi
$7,200 $4,300 $10,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
1 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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Game tape date: 1992-10-26
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