Show #1707 - Tuesday, January 21, 1992


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Rhea Levine, an anatomy professor from Haddonfield, New Jersey

Joseph D'Hippolito, a freelance writer from Fullerton, California

Walter Mayes, a publisher sales representative from San Francisco, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $56,003)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
This territory was formally transferred to the U.S. at Castle Hill in Sitka
    $100 26
The person in charge of the performances at a circus
    $100 2
In 1989 Paul Tagliabue was elected to succeed Pete Rozelle as this pro sport's commissioner
    $100 14
Their complex behavior is caused by the gravitational forces of the sun & the moon on the earth
    $100 1
To make the Irish dish colcannon, mash these & add cooked onions & cabbage
    $100 18
Here's a "purl" of wisdom: socks, scarves & sweaters can all be made by this method
    $200 8
The Israeli army uses this ancient fortress on the west shore of the Dead Sea for ceremonial purposes
    $200 27
Term for the person who yells out the figures in square dancing
    $200 3
Already a world champion bicycle sprinter, in 1976 Sheila Young won a gold in this fast winter sport
    $200 15
Like green plants, some tiny organisms called flagellates contain this food-producing substance
    $200 10
Panocha is a Mexican-Spanish word for a raw or brown type of this & for a fudgelike candy made with it
    $200 22
A county in eastern Ireland, or a TV & movie doctor
    $300 9
This fortress-city overlooking the Urubamba River may have been the last Inca stronghold
    $300 28
A fuller is someone who treats or shrinks this
    $300 4
In 1965 this 75-year-old manager of the New York Mets retired & was succeeded by Wes Westrum
    $300 19
Cyclones over the North Atlantic are called hurricanes, those over the China Sea are called these
    $300 11
This grain is one of the main ingredients in kedgeree, an Anglo-Indian dish
    $300 23
This organization is known as the K. of C. for short
    $400 16
The first oil well in the United States was at Titusville in this state
    $400 29
The soldier who carries the flag or colors of a military unit
    $400 5
Other than the U.S., 1 of 2 countries to win Olympic gold medals in men's basketball
    $400 20
The first attempt to map this was made in 1850 by the U.S. Navy officer Matthew Fontaine Maury
    $400 12
Chines markets sell "hundred-year-old" ones of these that have been preserved with lime & ashes
    $400 24
This adjective often describes a rousing speech that's the highlight of a political convention
    $500 17
For the first time in history 5 U.S. presidents met for the opening of this in November 1991
    $500 30
A costermonger, now any street peddler, came from costard, a type of this fruit
    DD: $800 6
This sport combines cross-country skiing with rifle-shooting skills
    $500 21
Electrical resistance is used to measure this in sea water
    $500 13
A dish made or garnished with this green vegetable or its puree is described as "St. Germain"
    $500 25
Moscow-born abstract artist who wrote "Concerning the Spiritual in Art" in 1912

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

Walter Joseph Rhea
$700 $1,700 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Walter Joseph Rhea
$1,900 $3,800 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
Former U.N. Secretary-Genaral Kurt Waldheim has been pres. of this country since 1986
    $200 2
The African kingdom of Buganda was located in what's now this country
    $200 19
At the end of Edmond Rostand's play, Roxane professes her love for this hero
    $200 8
The Illini go to Illinois & the Elis to this school
    $200 1
About 1869 Julius Lothar Meyer & Dmitry Mendeleyev came up with this chart separately
    $200 16
The Committee of Public Safety held power by using this, which gave their reign its name
    $400 24
Brig. General Theodore Roosevelt Jr. led the 4th Division ashore at Utah Beach in this invasion
    $400 3
A separate Turkish state was proclaimed on this Mediterranean island in 1975
    $400 23
Scarlett O'Hara married Charles Hamilton after losing this man to Melanie
    $400 10
He entered Princeton at age 13, graduated at 16 & went on to be Jefferson's vice president
    $400 4
Putting a little sodium into a Bunsen burner flame will turn the flame this color
    $400 17
The mob that stormed the Bastille was looking for these
    $600 25
He participated in the 1st mechanized trip to the South Pole as well as the 1st expedition to climb Everest
    $600 9
The largest island surrounded by fresh water is Ilha de Marajo in this South American river
    $600 26
25 years after "The Hustler", this Walter Tevis character was revived for "The Color of Money"
    $600 13
This future president of El Salvador was a member of Notre Dame's class of 1948
    $600 5
In the atmosphere, this common gas exists mainly as a molecule of 2 atoms
    $600 18
This king decided to join the emigres, nobles who fled the country, but was arrested at Varennes
    $800 27
Ho Chi Minh's nickname was Bac Ho, bac meaning this relative in Vietnamese
    $800 11
A statue of Roger Williams stands in a park overlooking this city Williams founded in 1636
    $800 14
This Midwest University is home to the Kinsey Institute
    $800 6
It's created when the molecules on the top of a liquid are attracted to each other
    $800 20
This leader was arrested , tried & guillotined within 48 hours at the end of July 1794
    DD: $8,000 28
Familial relationship of Madame Sun Yat-sen to Madame Chiang Kai-shek
    DD: $2,000 12
Gatun Lake & Miraflores Lake are part of this waterway
    $1000 15
West Point's colors are black, grey & gold, the colors of the ingredients in this
    $1000 7
1 amu, or atomic mass unit is 1/12 of the mass of an atom of this element
    $1000 21
The 1791 constitution divided France into these, which still exist today

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Walter Joseph Rhea
$700 $20,000 $2,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This community outside Washington, D.C. is named after a Presbyterian church built there in 1820

Final scores:

Walter Joseph Rhea
$0 $15,000 $2,700
3rd place: Daniel Mink Bolero collection watch + Jeopardy! home game New champion: $15,000 2nd place: Lane video cabinet & Sanyo 20" color TV + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Walter Joseph Rhea
$700 $11,700 $2,700
7 R,
3 W
32 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W
13 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 1991-11-06
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