Show #1634 - Thursday, October 10, 1991

Leszek Pawlowicz game 1.


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Ann Turnock, an administrative assistant originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Leszek Pawlowicz, a materials scientist from Phoenix, Arizona

Tim House, a high school teacher from Lancaster, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In checkers, when a piece reaches the opposite side of the board, this happens
    $100 4
Medically speaking, this finger is the minimus, meaning "least"
    $100 6
Not surprisingly, the California State Fair is held in this capital city
    $100 26
Tables shaped like this equine footwear were popular in the late 18th century
    $100 20
If you can tell me what "gelt" means in Yiddish, you'll earn some right now
    $100 13
Washington & Jefferson convinced him to accept the offer of an admiralty in the Russian navy
    $200 2
If you suspect Mrs. Peacock did it in the conservatory with a knife, you're playing this game
    $200 5
Phlebitis, an inflammation of veins, usually affects these extremities
    $200 7
You can trace the history of blue jeans at this company's museum in San Francisco
    $200 27
A 9 dragon screen carved in bas-relief can be seen in this once-taboo section of Beijing
    $200 21
Benito Mussolini took this title meaning "the leader"
    $200 14
Arnold Schwarzenegger said this actress injured 12 people while filming "Conan the Destroyer"
    $300 3
Unlike regular checkers, Chinese checkers is played on this shape board
    $300 10
Hyperopia, the opposite of myopia, is commonly called this
    $300 15
Disney has announced plans to build a WESTCOT Park next to Disneyland in this city
    $300 28
Alencon is a needlepoint type of this delicate openwork fabric
    $300 22
French for "false step", it's another way of saying blunder or gaffe
    $300 18
"77 Sunset Strip" actor who now manages wife Ann-Margret's career
    $400 8
In Monopoly it's the first property after "Go"
    $400 11
The stapedius, the smallest of these, controls the stapes, the smallest bone
    $400 16
Inglenook, Cakebread Cellars & Stag's Leap Wine Cellars are in this valley famous for wine
    $400 29
This American known for his art nouveau lamps developed an iridescent glass which he called "Favrile"
    $400 24
This 2nd-highest honors distinction at graduation is Latin for "with great praise"
    $400 19
He organized USA for Africa with Harry Belafonte & Ken Kragen
    $500 9
In bridge, an attempt to take a trick with a low card while holding on to a higher one is called this
    DD: $600 12
This butterfly-shaped gland straddles the windpipe just behind the Adam's apple
    $500 17
You can drive your car legally on the beach in this California town famous for its clams
    $500 30
Historically, this was the material most commonly used for tapestries
    $500 25
Referring to the sacred books of Hinduism, "Veda" means knowledge in this classical language
    $500 23
She was a teacher before becoming the first woman to serve in both the House & Senate

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Tim Leszek Ann
$800 $1,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Leszek Ann
$2,100 $3,200 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A new category for us...)
    $200 16
In 1014 Brian Boru defeated these seafaring Scandinavians & ended their domination of Ireland
    $200 6
This novel opens at the wedding of Prizzi's granddaughter
    $200 21
A quire, or 25 sheets, of paper is 1/20 of this measure
    $200 1
Until this peak was scaled in 1953, Annapurna was the highest mountain climbed
    $200 26
Laka is the patron deity of this Hawaiian dance
    $200 7
In 1833 he was named postmaster of New Salem, Illinois
    $400 17
Constantine XI, the last ruler of this empire, died fighting the Turks in 1453
    $400 12
Chapter 11 of Anna Lee Waldo's historical novel about this woman is titled "Lewis and Clark"
    $400 22
A noisy office registers about 60 of these units
    $400 2
The largest state in Venezuela is named for this man, the country's liberator
    DD: $3,000 27
1975 Broadway musical in which dancers sang the following:

"Everyone is beautiful at the ballet /
Every prince has got to have his swan /
Yes, everyone..."
    $400 8
After his haberdashery failed in 1922, it took him 3 years to pay back creditors
    $600 18
By the end of the Middle Ages, this fermented honey drink was replaced by wine in many regions
    $600 13
Part I of his book "Christine" is called "Dennis - Teenage Car Songs"
    $600 23
This is defined as the power needed to lift 550 pounds 1 foot in 1 second
    $600 3
Israel's northernmost region; Jesus spent most of his life there
    $600 28
The name of this horizontal handrail found in a ballet studio can be spelled with 5 letters or 3
    $600 9
In 1935 he was appointed director of the National Youth Administration in Texas
    $800 19
Before becoming the see of the archbishops, this city was capital of the kings of Kent
    $800 14
Judith Krantz called her 1986 best seller "I'll Take" this
    $800 24
There are not 16 but this many troy ounces in a troy pound
    $800 4
2 of this South American city's most popular beaches are Copacabana & Ipanema
    $800 29
"Fan"s of this Spanish dance know its name is slang for a ball or dance in the American Southwest
    DD: $1,000 10
While attending Harvard, he was runner-up for the campus lightweight boxing championship
    $1000 20
The Perpendicular style was the last phase of this architectural style in England
    $1000 15
Colleen McCullough's novel "The Ladies of Missalonghi" is set in the Blue Mountains of this country
    $1000 25
A metric ton contains 1 million of these metric units
    $1000 5
The world's largest deposit of sodium nitrate is found in the Atacama Desert in this country
    $1000 30
These Indians do their annual snake dance in August; it's closed to non-Indians
    $1000 11
As sheriff of Erie County, N.Y. he personally sprang the trap on 2 murderers

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Leszek Ann
$7,700 $13,000 $3,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The oldest U.S. food trademark still in use, a red devil, was granted to this company in 1870

Final scores:

Tim Leszek Ann
$0 $15,401 $3
3rd place: a Yorx 6-CD changer stereo system + the Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary Edition home game or the computerized version New champion: $15,401 + the Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary Edition home game or the computerized version 2nd place: fine English bone China from Michael C. Fina + a Quoizel solid brass chandelier + the Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary home game or the computerized version

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tim Leszek Ann
$7,700 $10,300 $4,800
17 R,
1 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,800

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Game tape date: 1991-08-20
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