Show #1940 - Friday, January 29, 1993

Diane Siegel game 5.


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Lewis Zimet, a physician from Coconut Creek, Florida

Tilney Wickersham, a teacher from Washington D.C.

Diane Siegel, a homemaker from Northridge, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $55,179)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
At quilting bees women sewed patchwork together; at these they stripped ears of corn
    $100 2
Sadaharu Oh has been called "the Babe Ruth of" this country
    $100 26
In 1927 actress Norma Talmadge became the 1st to leave her footprints in cement at this Hollywood theatre
    $100 4
It's Hebrew for "son of" you may know it if your dad's name was Gurion
    $100 20
This mouse made his film debut in the 1940 MGM cartoon "Puss Gets The Boot"
    $100 1
Despite its name, you don't have to steal your way into this type of preview
    $200 10
Before slates came into use, kids used pieces of this to write on writing boards
    $200 8
In the Celtic style of this, holds are allowed above the waist or on the jacket competitors wear
    $200 27
With a seating capacity of 5,874, this New York City theatre is the world's largest indoor movie theatre
    $200 5
The name that follows this 3-letter Scottish word for "son" may or may not be capitalized
    $200 21
She wrote tales of "Johnny Town-Mouse", "Two Bad Mice" & "Mrs. Tittlemouse"
    $200 3
This plant that's cooked as a vegetable is a member of the lily family, but it doesn't smell like a lily
    $300 11
What the Pioneers called "the shakes" was actually this insect-transmitted disease
    $300 12
Most golfers carry 1 of these clubs for sand & 1 for pitching
    $300 28
When this Harlem theatre opened in 1913, it was a burlesque hall for whites only
    $300 6
Go cross-country through Poland & you'll find this suffix for "son"
    $300 23
Ignatz Mouse was known for tossing these at Krazy Kat's head
    $300 17
British slang for a judge, or American slang for a nose
    $400 14
Pioneer women molded tallow into candles & sifted wood ash to make this
    $400 13
In 1952 Dick Button won his second Olympic figure skating gold medal in this Norwegian city
    $400 29
On July 22, 1934 this gangster was killed by the FBI in front of Chicago's Biograph Theatre
    $400 7
The Norman French "fils" became this in English & can be found in front of Geralds & Patricks
    $400 24
She's the elegant white mouse in Margery Sharp's "The Rescuers"
    $400 18
Jesus said, "Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am" this "and lowly in heart"
    $500 15
2-word term for a visiting preacher who traveled to various churchless communities
    $500 22
This Dodger lefty won a second straight Cy Young Award on November 1 & retired on November 18, 1966
    $500 30
This Nashville auditorium was the site of the first network telecast of the CMA Show in 1968
    DD: $900 16
It's the word meaning "son of" in the name of the first king of Saudi Arabia
    $500 25
This E.B. White hero falls for Margalo, a bird
    $500 19
From an Old English word for "pale", it can mean pale, dismal, drab, depressing or grim

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

Diane Tilney Lewis
$700 $1,300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Tilney Lewis
$2,600 $900 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Sheep in Great Britain were contaminated by this 1986 nuclear disaster
    $200 2
Fandango dancers accompany themselves by clicking these instruments
    $200 11
Each of these units of heredity is a segment of DNA
    $200 8
On March 16, 1973 she opened a new version of London Bridge
    $200 23
This singer's son, Frank Jr., was released unharmed in 1963 after $240,000 was paid to kidnappers
    $200 17
From 1859 to 1861 he served as a licensed riverboat pilot on the Mississippi
    $400 3
In 1986 U.S. aircraft bombed Tripoli & Benghazi in this country
    $400 6
This Cuban dance with a 1-2-3-Kick was a U.S. craze around 1940
    $400 12
Cytology is a branch of biology that studies these units of life
    $400 9
The Huey P. Long Bridge, which crosses this river, was dedicated in 1935
    $400 26
Tania was the nom de guerre of this heiress kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army in 1974
    $400 18
This author discussed the horror genre in his 1981 work "Danse Macabre"
    $600 4
In Dec. 1990, just 3 weeks after replacing Thatcher, he made his first trip to the U.S. as prime minister
    $600 7
The merengue, a Dominican & Haitian dance with a limping step, originated on this island
    $600 20
Myelin, a white fatty substance, surrounds some of these internal fibers
    $600 14
While Washington is known for crossing the Delaware, his 3,500'- long bridge crosses this river
    $600 30
In 1936 Gen. Chang Hsueh-Liang kidnapped this generalissimo at Sian
    $600 19
This author of "The Good Earth" wrote 5 novels under the pseudonym John Sedges
    $800 5
In 1990 this rabbi, founder of the Jewish Defense League, was shot to death in New York City
    $800 10
The slow part of the Czardas, a dance from this country, is called the Lassu
    DD: $1,500 24
These organs release an enzyme called renin that helps maintain blood pressure
    $800 15
All of the world's bridges with main spans over 3000' are this type of bridge
    $800 29
In 1984 WIlliam Buckley, this U.S. agency's station chief in Beirut, was kidnapped & later killed
    $800 21
Arthur Mizener's 1951 work "The Far Side of Paradise" is a biography of this author
    $1000 13
In April 1980 boatloads of Cubans began leaving this harbor for the U.S.
    $1000 27
This Indonesian island is noted for trance dances, such as the barong, which sometimes turn violent
    $1000 25
In 1674 this Dutch biologist became the first to observe bacteria & protozoa under the microscope
    $1000 16
1 of the 2 stone bridges built prior to 1610 still in use over the Seine
    $1000 28
About 75 B.C. this future Roman ruler was captured by pirates on a journey to Rhodes
    DD: $1,500 22
In 1846 he was appointed surveyor of customs in his native Salem, Massachusetts

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Tilney Lewis
$5,800 $3,000 $4,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of 4 British monarchs whose reigns were longer than Elizabeth I's 45 years

Final scores:

Diane Tilney Lewis
$10,300 $6,000 $5,801
5-day champion: $65,479 2nd place: trip for 2 to San Juan, Puerto Rico, and St. Kitts 3rd place: Bolero watches from Daniel Mink

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Diane Tilney Lewis
$5,800 $5,400 $3,800
17 R,
4 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,000

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Game tape date: 1992-10-26
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