Show #1984 - Thursday, April 1, 1993


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Barbara Craig-Nichols, an elementary school teacher from Riverside, California

David Juliano, a casino dealer from Las Vegas, Nevada

Doug Ralls, a franchise business manager from Laguna Niguel, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Anthracite, the highest grade of coal, is composed almost entirely of this element
    $100 15
A closed fracture is also called a simple fracture; an open fracture is better known as this
    $100 5
Bill Clinton could tell you its state motto is "The people rule"
    $100 6
Traditionally, pizza napoletana is topped with these little fish
    $100 12
In 1971 Mick Jagger married this Nicaraguan socialite in St. Tropez; they divorced 8 years later
    $100 21
In casinos it's another name for the card game twenty-one
    $200 2
Scientists once tried to estimate the Earth's age by measuring the level of this substance in the ocean
    $200 16
A person who feels like he's going to do this should lie down or sit with his head between his knees
    $200 18
This phrase not only serves as Florida's state motto, it's the U.S. motto as well
    $200 8
Ghee, a type of clarified butter used in curry paste, originated in this country
    $200 13
Mick Jagger & Keith Richards were among those singing in the chorus on this group's "All You Need Is Love"
    $200 22
It's a place or method for selling goods illegally
    $300 3
Aircraft often use the "gyro" type of this instrument, as it's unaffected by local magnetic fields
    $300 17
If this is not severe, it can often be controlled by direct pressure
    $300 24
This state motto of Virginia translates to "Thus always to tyrants"
    $300 9
To make a simple quesadilla, start by folding one of these around a cheese filling
    $300 14
A cleaned-up version of "Let's Spend The Night Together" was sung on this TV variety show in 1967
    $300 23
It means to exclude socially, or a vote against a candidate
    $400 4
About 70% of this pungent gas produced is converted into fertilizer
    $400 27
To help a drowning victim start breathing, use the mouth-to-mouth or mouth-to-nose method of this
    DD: $700 25
"The Star of the North" is not Alaska's motto but the motto of this northernmost of the lower 48 states
    $400 10
Kaasdopen, a cheese fondue dish from this country, is made with Gouda & served with bread
    $400 19
This Stones drummer took the photos in the 1984 book "Chagall's World"
    $400 28
It's military slang for coffee, or a thick, dark molasses
    $500 7
Nearly all of the Earth's weather occurs in this layer of the atmosphere below the stratosphere
    $500 30
A paste made with this cooking ingredient is recommended to soothe the pain of an insect sting
    $500 26
Its motto is "Live free or die"
    $500 11
Tunisians like to eat this ubiquitous North African semolina dish with spicy harissa sauce
    $500 20
Footage from a 1969 concert at this speedway was released in 1970 as the documentary "Gimme Shelter"
    $500 29
During the War of 1812, this Sauk Indian chief & about 500 of his warriors fought for the British

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

Doug David Barbara
$2,000 -$400 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug David Barbara
$3,100 $3,000 -$1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
In 1981 Wojciech Jaruzelski established martial law in this country & outlawed Solidarity
    $200 25
Strangely, Man Friday is a mezzo-soprano in this Offenbach work based on a Daniel Defoe book
    $200 1
In 1888 he painted his "House at Arles", his "Bedroom at Arles" & several still lifes of sunflowers
    $200 9
Joseph P. Kennedy II represents this state's 8th district in the U.S. House
    $200 15
Similar artifacts found in Siberia & off Alaska indicate that a land bridge once existed across this strait
    $200 14
The expression "to grow like topsy" comes from this 1852 novel
    $400 5
Great Britain was twice rejected for membership in this economic union; it became a member in 1973
    $400 26
This British playwright of "Private Lives" wrote the twice-filmed operetta "Bitter Sweet"
    $400 2
At a 1989 auction, this pop artist's "Shot Red Marilyn" sold for $4.07 million
    $400 10
He taught business law at Huntington College in 1975, before becoming vice president
    $400 20
Bones dating from Mesolithic times indicate that this wolf relative was the first domesticated animal
    $400 18
Dew-of-june, an Indian heroine, appears in his novel "The Pathfinder"
    $600 6
The middle class that arose in medieval society was called burgesses in England & this in France
    $600 27
This composer's "Die Fledermaus" was first performed in Vienna in 1874
    $600 3
Of winter, spring, summer or fall, the alternate title of Botticelli's painting "Primavera"
    $600 11
His father, Thomas Dodd, also represented Connecticut in the U.S. Senate
    $600 21
In the early 1970s it was reported that the Gran Grifon, flagship of this fleet, was found in Scottish waters
    $600 19
The Italian type of this 14-line poem is also known as the Petrarchan
    $800 7
Americans fought in the Abraham Lincoln Battalion in this 1936-39 conflict
    DD: $700 29
The German title of this Lehar operetta is "Die Lustige Witwe"
    $800 16
Noted Rubens works include the "Raising of" & "Descent from" this religious symbol
    $800 12
Vice president under Truman, he represented Kentucky in Congress before & after his term as veep
    $800 22
Early in WWII fossils of this "Man" were lost in an attempt to smuggle them out of China
    $800 23
Famous price of the novels written by Ned Buntline
    $1000 8
Around 1400 Tsong-kha-pa founded the Yellow Hat order of this Tibetan form of Buddhism
    $1000 17
Like most of his works, this American sculptor's "The Diner" features figures cast from living models
    $1000 13
The Whig candidate of 1852, he held the rank of general in 3 wars
    DD: $800 28
In 1977 an archaeologist uncovered the possible burial site of this king, Alexander the Great's father
    $1000 24
Time magazine called this "Working" author "the tape recorder's best friend"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug David Barbara
$5,300 $4,000 $1,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This contemporary of Columbus established the concept of a New World in his 1504 letter "Mundus Novus"

Final scores:

Doug David Barbara
$2,599 $8,000 $1,000
2nd place: Singer 18th-century dining room set + Wallace silver candelabra + + either the Jeopardy! 25th anniversary computer game or the Jeopardy! '92 home game New champion: $8,000 3rd place: Vortex contemporary sculpture by Artisan House + either the Jeopardy! 25th anniversary computer game or the Jeopardy! '92 home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Doug David Barbara
$5,300 $3,700 $1,900
26 R,
6 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $10,900

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Game tape date: 1992-12-02
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