Suggest correction - #2534 - 1995-09-14

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    $300 3
'Bacchus", his first surviving large statue, led to a commission for this sculpture now in St. Peter's

Show #2534 - Thursday, September 14, 1995

Len Krisak game 3.


Bill Shackford, an administrative assistant from Glendale, California

Carol McDuell, a dressmaker from Ambler, Pennsylvania

Len Krisak, an editor from Newton, Massachusetts (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $26,999)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Scottish King Malcolm III Canmore slew this king who'd brought down Duncan I
    $100 5
The largest of these was over 50,000 square feet; a much smaller one had the most pieces, 204,484
    $100 1
The left arm of this over 14-foot marble statue was broken in 1527 & not repaired until later
    $100 24
Scows & lighters are types of these flat-bottomed, cargo-carrying boats
    $100 20
Shelikhova Gulf is an extension of this country's Sea of Okhotsk
    $100 14
John Ray's 1670 book of English proverbs told us, "If wishes were horses", these people "might ride"
    $200 7
In 1854 a group of local Whigs founded this political party in Ripon, Wisconsin
    $200 11
An example of one of these is "flit on cheering angel" for Florence Nightingale
    $200 2
Born in Caprese, Michelangelo was taken to this city while still an infant
    $200 26
This U.S. government agency regulates the manufacture of civilian aircraft
    $200 21
Colombia's Magdalena Riverer & Guatemala's Motagua River flow into this sea
    $200 15
Prince Charles once said, "I sometimes wonder if two-thirds of the globe is covered in" this color "carpet"
    $300 8
On Dec. 10, 1848 this nephew of Napoleon I was elected president of France
    $300 12
These are the foundation cards in regular or Klondike solitaire
    $300 3
'Bacchus", his first surviving large statue, led to a commission for this sculpture now in St. Peter's
    $300 27
4 path tubes, rapid transit tunnels connecting New Jersey with New York City, run under this river
    $300 22
In 1971 the first oil field on the Norwegian sector of this sea went into production
    $300 16
In his 17th century play "The Rehearsal", George Villiers wrote, "Ay, now" this "thickens"
    $400 9
The Scorpion, this type of ship, sank off the Azores in 1968
    $400 13
This game has 108 suit tiles, 28 honor tiles & 8 flower tiles
    $400 4
Michelangelo's enormous statue of Pope Julius II in this metal was later recast into a cannon
    $400 28
Types of this vehicle include mountain, touring, hybrid & specialty
    $400 23
This eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea was once known as the Archipelago
    $400 17
This poetic pair "dined on mince, and slices of quince, which they ate with a runcible spoon"
    $500 10
This prime minister took over as leader of India's Congress Party September 9, 1951
    $500 25
It's Elizabeth Kingsley's puzzle creation in which the letters of defined words form a quote in a grid
    $500 19
In 1489 Michelangelo enrolled at an art school established by this "Magnificent" Medici
    DD: $500 30
Built in 1962 for the Seattle World's Fair, it's still in operation as public transportation
    $500 29
Though shallow off the Australian coast, this tropical sea reaches depths of 25,000' near Vanuatu
    $500 18
"At bottom God is nothing other than an exalted father", he wrote in "Totem and Taboo"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Len Carol Bill
$0 $100 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Len Carol Bill
$2,400 -$700 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
His nicknames included Old Jack, Old Blue Light & Stonewall
    $200 5
Time magazine says "he's preached in person to more people than any human being who ever lived
    $200 16
If you paid full price for this author's "Insomnia", it cost $27.95
    $200 22
Sometimes served with bock beer, bockwurst is a type of this
    $200 1
The name of this lake on Nevada's border is from a Washo Indian word for "big water"
    $200 13
Robert Goulet introduced the song "If ever I would Leave You" in this musical
    $400 11
Sheridan bought the table on which this was signed & gave it to the Custers as a gift
    $400 6
Fatima, for whom the Fatimids were named, was his only child to survive him
    $400 24
A top seller in August & September was his "Debt of Honor"
    $400 23
Fischrouladen are fish rolls & krautwickel are these vegetable rolls
    $400 2
This highest California peak lies within 90 miles of the state's lowest point
    $400 17
"Bessie Speaks", which opened Off-Broadway in 1994, is a musical about this singer
    $600 12
The foragers on his march to the sea were nicknamed Bummers
    $600 7
Romanian-born Solomon Schechter founded this religion's conservative branch in the U.S.
    $600 26
A perennial seller, Richard Bolles' book asked job-seekers "What Color is Your" this
    $600 3
This city is the seat of Bernalillo County, New Mexico's most populous
    $600 18
In 1994 Hal Prince directed the revival of this musical set aboard the Cotton Blossom
    $800 14
For most of the war his son Custis was aide-de-camp to Jefferson Davis
    DD: $1,000 8
Tenzin Gyatso was only 4 when he was given this title in 1940
    $800 27
Religious books included Dannion Brinkley's "Saved by" this
    $800 4
The 840-mile-long Brazos River lies entirely within this state
    $800 19
Act I of this musical ends with chandelier crashing to the stage at Christine's feet
    $1000 15
The Hartford was his flagship during his capture of New Orleans
    $1000 9
He gave his last sermon at St. Giles in Edinburgh in November 1572, & died a few weeks later
    $1000 25
This Thomas Keneally book ranked 14th on USA Today's list of 1994 bestsellers
    $1000 21
The Rickenbacker Causeway connects Miami with Virginia Key & this island
    DD: $1,000 20
This 1962 Stephen Sondheim musical was based on works by Titus Maccius Plautus

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Len Carol Bill
$9,800 $1,900 $4,700
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

Poet Carl Sandburg once described him as "the mightiest ballad singer of this or any other century"

Final scores:

Len Carol Bill
$10,199 $3,700 $9,400
3-day champion: $37,198 3rd place: Michael C. Fina flatware + Jeopardy! Sports Edition for home computer or Super Nintendo 2nd place: Dynamark Security Centers protection system & Ross Simons bracelet + Jeopardy! Sports Edition for home computer or Super Nintendo

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Len Carol Bill
$9,600 $1,900 $4,700
24 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W
9 R,
5 W
17 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,200

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