Show #1700 - Friday, January 10, 1992


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Bill Dunn, a grad student originally from Harrisonville, Missouri

Patricia Ford-Smith, a postal inspector from Fresno, California

Liz MacGillicuddy-Lucas, an actress originally from Hollywood, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And in NUMBER PLEASE all of the correct responses will be a number.)
    $100 3
Ever since John Rolfe planted it, it's been Virginia's leading crop
    $100 9
In bowling, roll 12 strikes in a single game & you'll achieve this perfect score
    $100 11
This little boy's dog, Ruff, has a fear of cats
    $100 16
Last name of brothers John & Will who introduced the first flaked cereal in 1895
    $100 13
The upper part of a hat, or headgear for a king
    $100 1
It's the "World's No. 1 Cycling Magazine"; add 2 letters to "cycling" to get its name
    $200 7
The alleged stealing of a hog in 1973 led to the feud between these 2 southern families
    $200 10
On the FOX TV series, it's Brandon & Brenda's Beverly Hills zip code
    $200 12
With the outbreak of the Korean War, this Milton Caniff character reenlisted in the air force
    $200 17
Allen W. Dulles, brother of John Foster Dulles, was director of this agency from 1953-61
    $200 26
This type of cap is part of a Brownie Girl Scout Uniform
    $200 2
The leather pouch with hair or fur on it that's worn with this highland skirt is called the sporran
    $300 8
The first "highway" into Kentucky was this route blazed by Daniel Boone
    $300 19
In the Grimm's fairy tale, Briar-Rose (or Sleeping Beauty) slept for this many years
    $300 22
Camp Swampy is the setting for this Mort Walker military strip
    $300 18
After his father's death in 1743, he went to live with his half brother Lawrence on his Potomac estate
    $300 27
Compton's reports the Stetson was modeled on this south-of-the-border hat
    $300 4
Of sight, hearing or smell, the sense that is least developed in beavers
    $400 14
In 1937 most of this swamp in Florida & Georgia was turned into a national wildlife refuge
    DD: $600 20
A Japanese haiku consists of three lines & this many syllables
    $400 23
In "Peanuts", it's the last name of Lucy & her brother, Linus
    $400 25
Bearded brothers William & Andrew first made this product in Poughkeepsie, New York about 1850
    $400 28
To show off their curls, men turned up the brim 1st on 1 side, then both, then the back, making this hat
    $400 5
This brick-shaped ice cream is served sliced to display its 3 layered colors
    $500 15
Rather than counties, Louisiana has 64 of these
    $500 21
In roulette, it's the highest number on which you can bet
    $500 24
In 1952 he performed the nuptials for Li'l Abner & Daisy Mae for $1.35
    $500 30
This composer was the brother, not the "Papa", of composer Michael Haydn
    $500 29
Presidents wore silk toppers to inaugurations till Eisenhower broke tradition in '53 with this German design
    $500 6
The last name of William McKinley's first vice president, or the capital of Tasmania

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

Liz Patricia Bill
$2,000 $0 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Patricia Bill
$4,100 -$300 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
His father, Alexander Melville Bell, was a noted authority on phonetics & elocution
    $200 16
This word can mean a thread to close a wound or an immovable joint between skull bones
    $200 6
In gallons shipped, this U.S. company is the world's largest winemaker
    $200 9
On September 22, 1776 this martyr of the Revolution lost his one life for his country
    $200 8
Bullwinkle doesn't live in Newfoundland, but these are still the most widespread large wild animals
    $200 15
The rules of sonnet writing were developed in this country by such poets as Guittone D'Arezzo
    $400 2
Dame Margaret's last name, or President Hayes' first
    $400 18
Parasitic trypanosomes found in the guts of tsetse flies cause this disease in humans
    $400 7
In 1969 Dave Thomas opened his first restaurant called this after his 9-year-old daughter
    $400 10
One of Queen Anne's top spies was this author of "Robinson Crusoe"
    $400 11
1,000-year-old ruins from these European explorers were uncovered at L'Anse aux Meadows in 1961
    $400 17
The 1609 printing of his sonnets was dedicated to a mysterious "Mr. W.H."
    $600 3
This artist known for his western bronzes had a western-sounding middle name, Sackrider
    $600 26
Vitamin K is essential for the synthesis of prothrombin, which helps blood do this
    $600 24
In 1870 Henry Sherwin, A.T. Osborn & Edward Williams formed a company in Ohio to manufacture this
    $600 19
Christopher John Boyce, who stole military secrets from TRW, was portrayed by Timothy Hutton in this 1985 film
    $600 12
This cold, desolate mainland region of Newfoundland has been called "The Land that God Gave Cain"
    $600 20
His sonnet "On His Blindness" is also called "When I Consider How My Light Is Spent"
    $800 4
Born Irving Tennenbaum, he wrote novels about Van Gogh & Michelangelo under this name
    $800 27
It was discovered in Bauxite, Arkansas that this compound reduces tooth decay
    $800 25
Coca-Cola, Chrysler & Chevron are incorporated in this small eastern state
    $800 22
Some 40 years after his death, this British spy who conspired with B. Arnold was interred in Westminster Abbey
    $800 13
2 of the biggest ones in North America are at Happy Valley-Goose Bay & Ganger
    $800 21
The sonnets in his "Amoretti" were probably inspired by his future wife, not by a "Faerie Queene"
    $1000 5
Robert Penn Warren wrote a long narrative poem about this chief of the Nez Perce tribe in 1983
    DD: $6,000 28
The pinna is the external part of this sensory organ
    DD: $1,000 29
This cooperative, headquartered in Minnesota, makes about one-third of U.S. butter
    $1000 23
In 1985 three members of this family were convicted for their roles in supplying naval secrets to Russia
    $1000 14
The main campus of Memorial Univ., Newfoundland's only university, is in this city, the provincial capital
    $1000 30
This female poet from Maine won a 1923 Pulitzer for several works, including 8 sonnets in "American Poetry"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Patricia Bill
$8,100 $2,700 -$800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This 1938 play's 3 acts are titled "Daily Life", "Love and Marriage" & "Death"

Final scores:

Liz Patricia Bill
$8,600 $5,400 -$800
2-day champion: $10,399 2nd place: Ingleside Inn Palm Springs vacation + Sergio Tacchini active wear 3rd place: Pro-Form Equalizer exercise bike + NES and games

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Liz Patricia Bill
$8,100 $3,300 $6,200
20 R,
0 W
15 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $17,600

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Game tape date: 1991-10-22
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