Show #1842 - Tuesday, September 15, 1992


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Anthony Keating, an attorney from Olympia, Washington

Rick Korbeck, a network administrator from Cypress, California

Diane O'Keefe, a hospital librarian from Southgate, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Though he no longer has a Catholic feast day, this patron of travelers is still venerated as a saint
    $100 1
Among the notable buildings in this capital city are Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall & Paul Revere's house
    $100 2
This 1957 Paul Anka hit begins, "I'm so young and you're so old. This my darling I've been told"
    $100 24
She became the heir presumptive to the British throne when her father became king in 1936
    $100 14
This state, America's No. 1 cheese producer, makes over twice as much as No. 2 California
    $100 8
It's the nickname of a $10 bill, because the Roman numeral X on it looked like a sawhorse
    $200 16
St. Stanislaus of Krakow is the patron saint of this country
    $200 4
The state capitol in this North Dakota city is called the "Skyscraper of the Prairies"
    $200 3
1959 Coasters hit which contains the line "Fee fee fi fi fo fo fum"
    $200 25
In 1865 Belle Boyd published an exciting account of her adventures as a spy in this war
    $200 15
The name of this popular grating cheese comes from Italy's capital
    $200 9
The name of this breed of dog comes from the Low German for "puddle dog"
    $300 17
Just before he was killed in 1170, he repeated the names of archbishops martyred before him
    $300 5
Founded in 1865, the Nevada Appeal in this city is the state's oldest daily newspaper
    $300 20
In 1959 Ray Charles sang, "Tell your mama, tell your pa, I'm gonna ship you back to" this state
    $300 26
In 1922 bookstore owner Sylvia Beach published this James Joyce book when no one else would
    $300 21
California Jack is better known by the name of this California community
    $300 10
This term for the poisonous secretion of a snake comes from Latin for "poison"
    $400 18
Legend says St. Sylvester I baptized this Roman emperor who granted toleration to Christianity
    $400 6
It's been called the "Crossroads of the Pacific"
    $400 29
In 1954 The Penguins asked her, "Will you be mine, my darling dear, love you all the time"
    $400 27
She joined the Sisters of Loreto in 1928 & founded the Missionaries of Charity in 1948
    $400 22
Sapsago cheese has been produced in this country's Glarus canton for over 500 years
    $400 11
Grade of black tea whose name comes from Chinese meaning "white dawn"
    $500 19
It was to this sister of Lazarus that Jesus declared, "I am the resurrection and the life"
    DD: $500 7
This state capital is served by Will Rogers World Airport
    $500 30
In 1958 the Crests told us these "make a lovely sight but not as bright as your eyes tonight"
    $500 28
She died just a few months after her only book, "Black Beauty", was published
    $500 23
Cheese labeled "Pur Chevre" is made entirely from the milk of this creature
    $500 12
The name of this dense-pile fabric comes from the Latin villus, meaning "shaggy hair"

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

Diane Rick Anthony
$2,100 $500 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Rick Anthony
$4,100 $1,000 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
The U.S. agreed to pay this country $278 million for arms purchased, but never received, by the Shah
    $200 11
This medical condition can be caused by maples & oaks in spring as well as by ragweed in fall
    $200 16
This continent's Aborigines play the didjeridoo, a type of wooden trumpet
    $200 6
This "Firing Line" host aroused a storm of controversy with his 1951 book "God and Man at Yale"
    $200 17
Since April 1, 1991 it's been $4.25 per hour
    $200 1
It's "time" you know the Royal Naval College is in this borough of London
    $400 24
This Texas city's oldest daily newspaper, The Times Herald, folded in December
    $400 12
A citrus fruit, or a calcium compound used to reduce the acidity in soil
    $400 23
The name of this Andalusian song & dance style means "Flemish", though it's of Gypsy origin
    $400 7
Lucky Santangelo returned as the heroine of her novel "Lady Boss"
    $400 25
Friedrich Engels edited the 2nd & 3rd versions of this Karl Marx work after Marx' death
    $400 2
The seafaring people of the Cyclades Islands are citizens of this country
    $600 19
On December 10 this columnist & television host announced he'd challenge Bush for the GOP nomination
    $600 13
This "fruit" of the rose is rich in vitamin C
    $600 30
This Tchaikovsky work commemorated the 70th anniv. of Napoleon's retreat from Moscow
    $600 8
He called his novel "The Andromeda Strain" an updating of "The War of the Worlds"
    $600 26
It's an organization, such as OPEC, formed to control the market for its products
    $600 3
You'll find the university of this country in Legon, a suburb of Accra
    $800 20
This 64-year-old airline ceased worldwide operations in December
    $800 14
It's the "thorny" name of the Platyopuntia, a cactus whose fruit is edible
    $800 29
Woody Herman played the premiere of Stravinsky's "Ebony Concerto" for jazz band & this instrument
    $800 9
She set her first novel, 1936's "We the Living", in her native Russia
    $800 27
This Scottish economist began writing "The Wealth of Nations" while working as a tutor in France
    $800 4
This Mexican city is noted for the fine murals Jose Clemente Orozco painted there
    DD: $2,000 21
This man replaced John Sununu as White House Chief of Staff
    $1000 15
The Wise Garden Encyclopedia calls it the best & most common peat moss
    DD: $1,000 22
A dot placed next to a note lengthens its time value by this fraction
    $1000 10
His books include "Uncle Fred in the Springtime", "Uncle Dynamite" & "Jeeves"
    $1000 28
This British economist became a director of the Bank of England in 1941
    $1000 5
The oldest city in Nicaragua shares this name with the Spanish city that includes the Alhambra

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Rick Anthony
$5,500 $6,200 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In Freud's "Interpretation of Dreams", he mentions this king of Thebes

Final scores:

Diane Rick Anthony
$9,500 $1,399 $3,400
2-day champion: $15,600 3rd place: Daniel Mink Bolero watch collection 2nd place: DIA Fantasy Console mirror & Martin Lawrence Galleries seragraph

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Diane Rick Anthony
$5,500 $6,200 $5,400
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R,
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,100

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Game tape date: 1992-07-21
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