Show #1627 - Tuesday, October 1, 1991

Introductions and first 11 clues entered from audiorecording.


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Ron Reisman, a public relations executive from New York City, New York

Ed Vallay, a writer from Richmond, Virginia

Rand Owen, a librarian originally from Nashville, Tennessee (whose 3-day cash winnings total $39,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The Michiyuki, or "staged journey", is a tradition in the drama of this country
    $100 6
It's what a Spanish bartender would serve if you ordered "Vino blanco"
    $100 26
There are 3 museums in this city's Golden Gate Park
    $100 11
Pak Yue Chau & Lantau are 2 of the less-famous islands of this British colony
    $100 14
Her brother Christopher Ciccone was this artistic director for her "Blond Ambition" tour
    $100 12
"Anatomical" term for the holes in Swiss cheese
    $200 2
Patrick Dennis' real-life aunt, Marion Tanner, inspired this real-life character
    $200 7
This Italian word for "baby" was one of Babe Ruth's nicknames
    $200 27
The headquarters of the United Steelworkers of America is in this city
    $200 16
The Blue Grotto is on this island in the Bay of Naples
    $200 15
In March 1991 Lesley Stahl was named the 3rd female correspondent in this TV series' history
    $200 13
This rubbery Italian cheese is an important ingredient in pizza & lasagna
    $300 3
Shirley Booth starred in the 1959 musical "Juno", based on this Sean O'Casey play
    $300 8
It's the German word for "forbidden" or "prohibited"
    $300 28
This magazine for people who want to get in shape & stay there is sometimes abbreviated WWM
    $300 17
Mt. Hekla is 1 of more than 100 volcanoes on this North Atlantic island
    $300 20
Love and Desire and Hate" is this ex-"Dynasty" star's steamy second novel
    $300 23
The soft pot cheese, or schmierkase, is better known by this name
    $400 4
Sir Benjamin Backbite is the nephew of the odious Crabtree in Sheridan's 1777 play "The School for" this
    $400 9
Mikhail Gorbachev used this term to describe his program of political & economic reforms
    $400 18
The United States agreed to buy this group from Denmark in 1902 but didn't get them until 1917
    $400 21
This person became Great Britain's youngest prime minister of the 20th C. at age 47
    $400 24
The town of Meaux is reputed to produce the best of this soft French cheese
    $500 5
Lawrence Olivier starred in this beastly Ionesco play in London; Zero Mostel on Broadway
    $500 10
It's French for a sensationalized law case, trial, or controversy
    DD: $700 19
The Roosevelt Memorial Bridge connects this New Brunswick island to Maine
    $500 22
He sold mail order footprint patters before he opened his first dance studio at age 18 in 1913
    $500 25
You might want to serve this spiced Dutch cheese on the blue & white pottery of the same name

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

Rand Ed Ron
$1,400 $2,000 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rand Ed Ron
$2,900 $1,900 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
The 1st American novel to sell more than 1 million copies was this 1852 antislavery work
    $200 21
This Hun invaded Italy in 452 but was persuaded to turn back by Pope Leo I
    $200 26
A Chinese dentist in 1498 came up with the first modern bristled one of these
    $200 1
Gainsborough's "Blue Boy" now hangs in the Huntington in this state
    $200 5
The 3 Ms in 3M stand for this
    $200 2
Now a Braves' official, he hit home run no. 715 off Dodger Al Dowling in Atlanta
    $400 10
This 1st novel in a trilogy was followed by "Men Against the Sea" & "Pitcairn's Island"
    $400 22
This Thracian slave & gladiator was finally defeated by Crassus in 71 B.C.
    $400 27
Common name of the third molars
    $400 4
A bunch of bored prostitutes is the subject of his "In the Parlor at the Rue des Moulins"
    $400 15
On April 17, 1991 the Dow closed above this "barrier" for the first time
    $400 3
In 1868 Atlanta became the state capital & Colonel C.W. Styles founded this Atlanta newspaper
    DD: $1,700 11
This Allen Drury novel about confirming a Sec'y of State was the fiction best seller of 1960
    $600 23
This country's 28th dynasty consisted of a single king, Amyrtaeus of Sais
    $600 28
In the Old West a pole of these two colors indicated a barber who did dentistry
    $600 14
Michelangelo's teacher Bertoldo was taught by this great Italian sculptor
    $600 18
In Fort Worth there's a statue of this man who made Radio Shack a national chain
    $600 6
In 1912 Juliette Gordon Low founded this organization in Savannah
    $800 12
James Michener novel in which an American pilot in the Korean War falls in love with a Japanese girl
    DD: $1,500 24
In 331 B.C. his troops plundered Persepolis & burned the palace of Xerxes
    $800 29
Heloise hints & your dentist agrees you can use this cooking ingredient instead of toothpaste
    $800 16
Flemish family of artists that included the elder & younger Pieters & Jan
    $800 19
On April 24, 1991 Pizza Hut delivered pizzas to each U.S. family they could find with this name
    $800 7
Based on a James Dickey novel, this movie in which Dickey played a sheriff was filmed on the Chattooga River
    $1000 13
His 1873 novel "The Gilded Age", was co-written by fellow Hartford, Conn. writer Charles Dudley Warner
    $1000 25
This greatest of Greek orators killed himself by taking poison in 322 B.C.
    $1000 30
1 of the American Dental Association's 8 specialties; it corrects cleft palates & harelips
    $1000 17
In 1989-90 the Louvre displayed works of this artist associated with the French Revolution
    $1000 20
For its "World's Biggest Offer" this airline gave away 50,000 tickets for people to fly free April 23, 1991
    $1000 8
Jimmy Carter is a distinguished professor at this university

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rand Ed Ron
$8,400 $3,100 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Last name of the 2 brothers from Virginia who signed the Declaration of Independence

Final scores:

Rand Ed Ron
$7,199 $0 $8,400
2nd place: trip for 2 to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 3rd place: Typhoon International wicker furniture New champion: $8,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rand Ed Ron
$7,700 $3,100 $4,400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
13 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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Game tape date: 1991-08-19
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