Show #1765 - Friday, April 10, 1992


Ed Bryant, a lawyer from Springfield, Massachusetts

Priscilla Byerly, a Spanish instructor originally from Eastchester, New York

Marsha Pomeroy-Huff, a secretary originally from Clovis, New Mexico (whose 2-day cash winnings total $26,902)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
Cleveland is situated where the Cuyahoga River meets this Great Lake
    $100 12
Indians made boats from the bark of the paper or canoe variety of this tree
    $100 7
In this film Paul Newman is told, "You're gonna get used to wearing them chains after a while, Luke"
    $100 2
President Ford appointed this future president director of the CIA in 1975
    $100 1
Slang for a hot dog barbecue
    $100 26
From the Latin for "sword", this person was trained for combat in the ancient Roman arena
    $200 18
Abbreviated WCTU, this group that promoted abstinence from alcohol was founded in Cleveland in 1874
    $200 13
Gum tree & stringybark tree are popular names for these Australian trees
    $200 8
It was Rhett Butler's parting shot to Scarlet O'Hara in "Gone With the Wind"
    $200 3
In 1960 he quipped, "Mr. Nixon dismissed me as 'another Truman'...I consider him another Dewey"
    $200 22
Prometheus stole fire from this heavenly body & gave it to mankind
    $200 27
It's a young woman making her entrance into society
    $300 19
The opening of this international waterway in 1959 allowed oceangoing ships to reach Cleveland
    $300 14
Socrates died from drinking a poisonous brew made of this herb
    $300 9
Barbra Streisand's first line on film is "Hello, gorgeous" in this 1968 release
    $300 4
In 1799 this orator was elected to VA.'s legislature but died before he could take his seat
    $300 23
Site on the stove of low-priority items
    $300 28
To ornament with needlework
    $400 20
The world's largest collection of manuscripts of this celibate religious sect is in Cleveland
    $400 15
An imperfect one of these lacks either stamens or a pistil
    $400 10
"Of all" these establishments "in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine"
    $400 5
When this general died in 1863, Robert E. Lee wrote, "I know not how to replace him"
    $400 24
A WWI song by Lena Ford said to "Keep" these "burning, while your hearts are yearning"
    $400 29
To introduce the virus of a disease into the body in order to cure, immunize or experiment
    $500 21
In 1967 he became mayor, the first African American to hold that office in a major U.S. city
    DD: $800 16
Much of the lumber that shows this tree's "bird's-eye" pattern comes from N. Michigan
    $500 11
In "Suspicion" he greets Joan Fontaine by saying, "Hello, monkey face"
    $500 6
In 1742 James Oglethorpe won the Battle of Bloody Marsh & virtually ended this country's threat to Georgia
    $500 25
The bon in bonfire is short for this, the substance originally burned in it
    $500 30
A French raspberry brandy

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Marsha Priscilla Ed
$1,000 $500 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marsha Priscilla Ed
$1,800 $1,900 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
The Knights of St. John captured this island centuries after its colossal statue collapsed
    $200 2
The main types of this fuel are peat, lignite, bituminous & anthracite
    $200 1
His political career began in 1949 when he was elected to the Phoenix city council
    $200 3
Tennessee's lowest point, 182 feet above sea level, is at this river in the southwest corner
    $200 8
A short seller of a stock anticipates its price will do this
    $200 15
She wrote potboilers under the name A.N. Barnard before the success of "Little Women"
    $400 12
A knight carried a light wooded one of these covered with hide & painted with his coat of arms
    $400 10
One of the oldest marine biology laboratories is located at Woods Hole in this New England state
    $400 23
The first Whig governor of N.Y., he later turned Republican & purchased Alaska as Sec'y of State
    $400 4
This Scottish city on the River Clyde is one of the world's greatest shipbuilding centers
    $400 9
The time allowed for making payments on a loan after the due date is this "period"
    $400 16
He attended Harvard before writing the popular "Ragged Dick" rags-to-riches books
    $600 28
King Philip IV of this country coveted the wealth of the Knights Templars, so he persecuted them
    $600 13
While most vitamins are fat-soluble, vitamin C & this complex are water-soluble
    DD: $1,200 24
In 1972 he became North Carolina's first Republican Senator in the 20th century
    $600 5
This island tied politically to Trinidad is famed for its Buccoo Reef, a popular scuba diving spot
    $600 20
The only Asian country among the Group of Seven, the finance ministers of 7 leading industrial powers
    $600 17
She is the author of such autobiographical works as "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"
    $800 29
Oliver was the sworn friend of this paladin who's celebrated in a famous "song"
    $800 14
The bacterium rhizobium, which lives in nodules on legume roots, "fixes" this element from air
    $800 25
After losing the 1936 Presidential election, this Kansas governor retired from nat'l politics
    DD: $1,200 6
The name of this Romanian region means "beyond the forest"
    $800 21
A VAT is a value-added type of this levy
    $800 18
Once a rabbi, this humorous writer created the character of Tevye the milkman
    $1000 30
Albert, the first bishop of this large Latvian city, founded the Knights of the Sword about 1200
    $1000 27
The lowest temperature yet reached was 2 billionths of a degree above zero on this scale
    $1000 26
He became Interior Sec'y in 1989 after many years as the only Hispanic Republican in the House
    $1000 7
David Livingstone was the 1st European to explore this river on which Victoria Falls is located
    $1000 22
The opposite of caveat venditor, it means "let the buyer beware"
    $1000 19
"Without Feathers", "Getting Even" & "Side Effects" are collections of his humorous pieces

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marsha Priscilla Ed
$5,600 $5,700 $9,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal features an engraving of this 18th century American

Final scores:

Marsha Priscilla Ed
$11,199 $5,700 $11,401
2nd place: Orefors stemware and Retroneu service for eight 3rd place: Joyce Chen Chinese cooking outfit and Nintendo Entertainment System New champion: $11,401

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marsha Priscilla Ed
$6,400 $5,700 $8,800
19 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
0 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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Game tape date: 1991-12-16
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