Show #2022 - Tuesday, May 25, 1993


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Norman Wegener, an attorney originally from Chicago, Illinois

Irene Altman, an administrator from Elizabeth, New Jersey

Linda Pierce, a homemaker from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
The Amazon discharges about 60 times the volume of water of this longer Egyptian river
    $100 1
In "The African Queen", she asks a German officer, "Would you hang us together, please?"
    $100 26
This omnipresent holiday cake often contains dried apricots, dates, raisins & nuts
    $100 11
This French soldier's 1st military engagement was in 1777 at Brandywine, where he was wounded
    $100 6
In November 1986 John Poindexter resigned & Oliver North was fired over this scandal
    $100 16
It's "worth two in the bush"
    $200 22
This region in northwestern France was named for the Norse people who conquered it in the 800s
    $200 2
In the "Star Wars" trilogy, he was the short, stubby robot
    $200 27
No relation to the fish sauce, "cream of" this is added to candy to make it creamier
    $200 12
For the Battle of Bunker Hill, British troops were ferried across this river from Boston
    $200 7
In 1989 this TV evangelist was convicted on 24 counts of fraud & conspiracy
    $200 17
To deal with matters in reverse order is to "put the cart before" this animal
    DD: $300 23
This Italian city maintains a sister-city relationship with Columbus, Ohio
    $300 3
This actress won an Oscar for her role as Barbara Graham in the 1958 film "I Want to Live!"
    $300 28
Used to make napoleons, the "puff" type of this is also called pate feuilletee
    $300 13
During the war this Boston silversmith cast cannon for the Continental Army
    $300 8
When 8 members of Chicago's baseball team threw the 1919 World Series, it caused this scandal
    $300 18
Whether out of shyness or stubbornness, one who refuses to talk does this, like a certain bivalve
    $400 24
Pennsylvania's first permanent European settlers were from this Scandinavian country
    $400 4
In "I'm No Angel", this actress ordered "Beulah" to "Peel me a grape"
    $400 29
Black Forest cake is often decorated with the sour type of this fruit
    $400 14
Known for his bold raids in the swamps of the Carolinas, this guerrilla received the thanks of Congress
    $400 9
The Teapot Dome scandal was overshadowed by Nan Britton's revelation of her affair with this president
    $400 19
Referring to slumbering canines, it means "leave well enough alone"
    $500 25
The Potala & Nor-Bu- Gling-Ka were the Dalai Lama's Winter & Summer Palaces in this city until 1959
    $500 5
This 1974 Steve McQueen disaster film featured "We May Never Love Like This Again" as its theme song
    $500 30
After you douse crepes suzette with orange- flavored liqueur, you should do this as a finishing touch
    $500 15
On November 13, 1775, American general Richard Montgomery captured this Canadian city
    $500 10
Pilgrim descendant Sydney Biddle Barrows received this nickname after a 1984 scandal
    $500 20
Thanksgiving leftovers, or what you "go" if you suddenly quit smoking

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

Linda Irene Norman
$1,200 $500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Irene Norman
$2,500 $1,200 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
Giordano Bruno thought this was infinite; Copernicus thought the Sun was the center of it
    $200 7
Depending on its tone, this high female voice can be classified as lyric, dramatic or coloratura
    $200 6
He was stabbed to death March 15, 44 B.C., just days before he was to begin a new military campaign
    $200 15
The Old Water Tower in this city is one of the few structures to survive the 1871 fire
    $200 26
A Dutch form of his name is Sinterklaas, which gave us Santa Claus
    $200 1
Poe's foster father disowned him shortly before he was expelled from this military academy in 1831
    $400 22
Perigee is the point in the Moon's orbit that is nearest to this
    $400 9
Ledger lines are drawn above or below this
    $400 8
In 1933 Chicago mayor Anton Cermak was accidentally killed during an attempt on this president-elect's life
    $400 16
The name of this state means "sky-tinted water" & could apply to any of its "10,000 Lakes"
    $400 27
Founders of religious orders, St. Francis & St. Clare were born in this Italian town
    $400 2
Tama Janowitz was a protegee of this pop artist known for his silkscreens
    $600 23
Since 1982 U.S. pennies have been made primarily of this metal thinly coated with copper
    $600 10
The Hungarian composer who wrote the "Hungarian Coronation Mass"
    $600 12
World War I was triggered by the assassination of this archduke & his wife in 1914
    $600 17
Because of its location in the Central South, Alabama is nicknamed the "Heart of" this
    $600 28
Her assumption was declared dogma for Catholics by Pope Pius XII in 1950
    $600 3
Colleen McCullough collaborated on a cookbook based on the cuisine of this, her native ctry.
    $800 24
An atomic clock at the U.S. Naval Observatory is set to the oscillations of this element, Cs
    $800 11
From the Latin meaning "to read aloud", it's a program of music presented by a soloist
    $800 13
While in Mexico in 1940, this revolutionary was murdered with a pickaxe, presumably by a Soviet agent
    $800 19
In 1955 Arco, Idaho became the world's first community to be powered by this
    $800 4
This author of "The Other" was a descendant of William Tryon, a colonial governor of North Carolina
    $1000 25
This Massachusetts computer company produces Symphony & 1-2-3 software
    $1000 18
A kind of folk song that tells a story, or the type of "opera" "The Beggar's Opera" is
    DD: $700 14
He supposedly said, "Be easy with him, boys!" after he was shot down by Leon Czolgosz
    $1000 20
Orlando, Fla. is believed to be named for Orlando Reeves, a soldier who died during these Indian wars
    DD: $1,200 5
This erudite conservative's first Blackford Oakes novel was the 1976 spy thriller "Saving the Queen"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Irene Norman
$6,400 $4,200 $4,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1992 he opened his own Institute for Architecture near Regent's Park

Final scores:

Linda Irene Norman
$9,001 $4,400 $8,700
2-day champion: $17,800 3rd place: Sanyo 4-head double-azimuth mid-mount hi-fi VCR + the Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: a trip on Delta to San Juan, Puerto Rico & 7-day Caribbean cruise aboard the Cunard Countess + the Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Linda Irene Norman
$7,100 $4,200 $5,700
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
1 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,000

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Game tape date: 1993-01-12
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