Show #1836 - Monday, September 7, 1992

First game of Season 9.
First episode to have contestants' lectern monitors change from blue to red for Double Jeopardy!
First season to have interviews moved to after the first round.


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Cindy Cullen, a graduate student originally from Clark, New Jersey

Garry Weischedel, a physician from Bedford, New Hampshire

Jim Weinstein, an advertising executive from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
On Oct. 18, 1965 David Miller was the first to be arrested under a new law prohibiting burning these
    $100 1
Originally it was to involve a Jewish boy & a Catholic girl & was to be called "East Side Story"
    $100 26
Some women dye their lashes instead of using this traditional eyelash makeup
    $100 21
The United States sent up Tiros I, the 1st satellite of this kind, April 1, 1960
    $100 11
A baby going through this shows symptoms like drooling, gum discomfort, irritability & biting
    $100 14
    $200 5
To save copper in 1943, the U.S. government made these out of zinc-coated steel
    $200 2
Raul Julia & Sheena Easton recently teamed up to play Don Quixote & Aldonza in this musical
    $200 27
Foundation is usually described as oil-based or based with this common liquid
    $200 22
This silent movie "hunchback" whose parents were deaf mutes was born April 1, 1883
    $200 12
Most gallstones are made of this substance found in egg yolks
    $200 17
    $300 6
Between August 9 & December 19, 1974 the country had no VP; then he got the job
    $300 3
"Yes, Yes, Yvette" was a rather unsuccessful successor to this musical
    $300 28
As a finishing touch, you can "set" your makeup by dusting your face with this
    $300 23
This Motown star was shot by his father April 1, 1984, the day before his 45th birthday
    $300 13
According to the AMA, it's the cause of 75% of the dementia cases in those 65 & older
    $300 18
    $400 8
On September 8, 1935 this Louisiana senator was shot by Dr. Carl Weiss in Baton Rouge
    $400 7
Anne Baxter, who starred in "All About Eve", later starred in this musical based on the film
    $400 29
Red & pink are common colors of the liners used to outline & define these
    $400 24
In effect from April 1, 1988, a 60-day truce between the gov't & Contras in this country lasted 19 mos.
    $400 15
In 1540, under a charter from Henry VIII, the Guild of Surgeons merged with this guild
    $400 19
    DD: $500 10
In 1920, the same year this number amendment was ratified, the National League of Women Voters was organized
    $500 9
Completes the title of the 1979 musical "A Day in Hollywood..."
    $500 30
To highlight your eyes, apply a light shadow directly under the arch of these
    $500 25
Founded in Britain April 1, 1918, 2 months later it was bombing Germany
    $500 16
It's the inflammation of the large channels that lead from the trachea to within the lungs
    $500 20
Charles Evans,

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

Jim Garry Cindy
$2,000 $1,200 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Garry Cindy
$5,000 $2,900 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
Once "Canada's Most Eligible Bachelor", he served from 1968-1979 & again from 1980-84
    $200 1
This element was discovered in 1789 in the mineral zircon
    $200 26
In October 1991 he was sworn in as the 106th justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
    $200 6
This ceremony can be conducted by pouring, sprinkling or immersion
    $200 21
By the end of this Dickens novel, the Pickwick Club has been dissolved
    $200 7
England & these 2 countries share the island of Great Britain
    $400 13
This soldier & statesman who defeated Napoleon at Waterloo served as British PM from 1828-1830
    $400 2
Because it's generated by radium, this gaseous element, symbol Rn, was once called radium emanation
    $400 27
In 1986 he was named "Best Morning TV News Interviewer" by the Washington Journal Review
    $400 17
Of a dance, a snake, or a priestess, what a mambo is in the voodoo religion
    $400 22
His novel "The Confidence-Man: His Masquerade" is set on a Mississippi riverboat, not a whaling ship
    $400 8
The Afsluitdijk, 20 miles long, separates the North Sea & the Ijsselmeer in this country
    $600 14
After Japan surrendered to the U.S. in 1945, this PM was arrested as a war criminal
    $600 3
In 1896 future Nobel winner Antoine Henri Becquerel discovered this element was radioactive
    $600 28
In 1907 he outlined some of his musical ideas in a book called "The School of Ragtime"
    $600 18
The clothespin was invented by this sect also known for the simplicity of its furniture
    $600 23
He's the hero of the historical novel "The Green Mountain Boys"
    $600 9
Most of Greenland's imports come from this nation
    DD: $1,200 15
Polish-born Yithzak Jazernicki adopted this surname meaning "sharp thorn" or "thistle"
    $800 4
Traces of this poisonous element can be detected in the body after death by the Marsh Test
    $800 29
Succeeding the Celtics' Red Auerbach in 1966, he became the 1st black to coach an NBA team
    $800 19
The most famous of this civilization's temples was the Sun Temple in Cuzco
    $800 24
He called his novel "Jude The Obscure" a story "of a deadly war waged between flesh and spirit"
    $800 10
This mountain chain in Belize shares its name with the Indian people who flourished there until the 10th C.
    $1000 16
Sirimavo Ratwatte Dias Bandaranaike, the world's 1st female PM, twice led this island country
    $1000 5
The chief industrial use of nitrogen & this element is the manufacture of ammonia
    DD: $3,300 30
In 1977 she was awarded the San Francisco Opera Medal to mark the 20th anniv. of her debut with the company
    $1000 20
Arjun Mal, a guru, completed the Adi Granth or "First Book", the holy scripture of this religion
    $1000 25
Stavrogin's confession to a horrible crime was cut from the 1st publication of his novel "The Possessed"
    $1000 11
The Hungarian house of parliament in Budapest overlooks this river

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Garry Cindy
$9,800 $10,000 $1,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This chain of 748 shoe stores was named for a Scottish professional golfer

Final scores:

Jim Garry Cindy
$17,800 $19,700 $0
2nd place: Trip to London, England New champion: $19,700 3rd place: Dynamark Security Centers fire/home protection system + NES with Talking Super Jeopardy!, Wheel of Fortune featuring Vanna White, and Infogenius productivity paks for Game Boy

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Garry Cindy
$11,000 $7,700 $1,400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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Game tape date: 1992-07-20
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