Show #1897 - Tuesday, December 1, 1992


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Art Waters, a consultant originally from Seattle, Washington

Julie Spore, a financial analyst from Pasadena, California

Michael Ming, a medical student originally from Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,701)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
The marsupial mole spends most of its life in this environment
    $100 1
Robert De Niro, John Savage & Christopher Walken played 3 friends who served in Vietnam in this 1978 film
    $100 16
He was nicknamed "Scarface" & his brother Ralph, "Bottles"
    $100 11
Ticino is this country's most southerly canton
    $100 6
The name of this confection comes from the Aztec word "xocoatl"
    $100 22
Pope Alexander VI, a member of this family, used his power to get his daughter Lucrezia married 3 times
    $200 23
The koala feeds entirely on the leaves & shoots of this tree
    $200 2
Originally rated X, this film starring Jon Voight in the title role won the 1969 Oscar
    $200 17
Over $11,000 of the ransom money paid in this case was found in Bruno Hauptmann's garage
    $200 12
Ringette, a sport for women that resembles ice hockey, was invented in this North American country in 1963
    $200 7
Like chicory, dried figs can be roasted & used to make a substitute for this beverage
    $200 26
In 1854 Pius IX set the church's position on this event concerning the Virgin Mary
    $300 24
The common or Virginia species of this marsupial is the only one native to North America
    $300 3
Completes the title of 1980's winning foreign-language film, "Moscow Does Not Believe in..."
    $300 18
The crime partner of Richard Loeb, he worked as a medical technician after being released from prison
    $300 13
You'll find this Turkish capital on a river of the same name
    $300 8
It's the boys' version of a Shirley Temple
    $300 27
In the early 1900s Pius X restored this traditional music to the liturgy
    $400 25
Possibly extinct, this "wolf" of an Australian island is the largest meat-eating marsupial
    $400 4
Greta Garbo delivered her famous line "I want to be alone" in this Oscar-winning 1932 film
    $400 19
Burglar Robert E. Burns wrote the book "I am a Fugitive from a Georgia" one of these
    $400 14
It's name is Persian for "Land of the Kurds"
    $400 9
Referring to the type of poultry it's often served with, a Chinese plum sauce can also be called this
    $400 28
He succeeded Pius XII
    $500 30
Among the few enemies of Kangaroos are man & these wild dogs
    DD: $600 5
Bing Crosby sang "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral" in this 1944 Oscar winner
    $500 20
This famous pair of robbers met their end near Gibsland, Louisiana in May 1934
    $500 15
European country whose capital, Tirane, lies near the Adriatic Sea
    $500 10
A hamburger cooked with minced onion & often served with a sauce is this steak named for an Eng. physician
    $500 29
Pius XI & the Italian government worked out this 1929 treaty creating the state of Vatican City

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

Michael Julie Art
$1,900 $1,800 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Julie Art
$3,400 $2,400 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
Every Summer, performances of "The Miracle Worker" are presented at her Ivy Green home in Alabama
    $200 10
Hawaiian shirts are also known as these, so we guess you can wear them to say "Hello" or "Goodbye"
    $200 9
Silt from the river had added about 50 square miles to this state in the last 200 years
    $200 1
"The barge she sat in, like a burnished throne, burned on the water"
    $200 19
Their 1981 marriage was marked with commemorative crowns issued by Great Britain
    $200 2
This man was the first father who was alive when his son became president
    $400 27
His winter home in Fort Myers, Florida is partially lit by his handmade bulbs that have burned since the '20s
    $400 11
An old-fashioned style of glasses whose name may remind you of your mother's mother
    $400 14
From an Indian term, the Mississippi is often called "The Father of" these
    $400 5
Regan, his second daughter, is married to the Duke of Cornwall
    $400 23
A 30-drachma piece issued in 1963 celebrated the 100th anniv. of this country's then-current royal dynasty
    $400 3
This 20th C. president's father had a middle name, Anderson, while he only got an initial
    $600 28
Scotchtown, one of the largest Colonial houses in Virginia, was home to this orator before he became governor
    $600 12
The cheongsam, a sheath with a slit skirt, features this kind of "Chinese official" collar
    $600 15
This river joins the Mississippi south of Cairo Illinois, doubling the amount of freight traffic
    $600 6
By the end of this play, the title character's son Lucius Andronicus is emperor of Rome
    $600 24
During its WWII occupation of this country, Germany issued coins featuring a tulip
    $600 4
His father died before he was born so he was raised by an uncle, Sardis Birchard
    $800 29
The Old Stone House, thought to be the oldest surviving home in Washington, D.C., is located in this historic section
    $800 13
The 3 dark colors in the plaid of the Black Watch are black, blue & this
    $800 21
When taken together, the Mississippi & this river are the world's third longest
    $800 7
Hamlet says of him, "He was a man, take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again"
    $800 25
In 1904 this Central AMerican country issued its first coins, tiny 2 1/2 centismos & a huge half balboa
    DD: $2,000 17
George Bush's father Prescott Bush represented this New England State in the U.S. Senate
    $1000 30
A house that belonged to U.S. Sec'y of State James G. Blaine has been home to this state's govs. since 1919
    $1000 16
Traditional espadrilles have soles made out of this material
    $1000 22
This state's Lake Itasca is the source of the river
    DD: $2,000 8
This play features maskers, musicians & an apothecary
    $1000 26
Originally referring to gold ducats, the name of this Polish coin means "golden"
    $1000 18
Middle name shared by President Coolidge & his father

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Julie Art
$8,800 $4,200 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The last of his 56 children, Mabel Sanborn, died in 1950 at age 87

Final scores:

Michael Julie Art
$5,999 $1,200 $10,801
2nd place: trip for 2 to Mexico City, Mexico 3rd place: Towle silver coffee urn New champion: $10,801

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Julie Art
$8,700 $6,200 $4,800
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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Game tape date: 1992-08-25
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