Show #1714 - Thursday, January 30, 1992

Dave Willis game 5.


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Mary Anne Green, a housewife originally from Merrillville, Indiana

Drew Zimmerman, an artist and performer originally from Newark, Delaware

Dave Willis, a manager from Ventura, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $45,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
The 15th step on the Capitol in Denver has a plaque indicating it's exactly this
    $100 3
Any member of the Sons of the Desert could tell you his nickname was "Babe"
    $100 1
It's not known for toreros, but the City of Turin's arms show this animal rampant
    $100 4
Benjamin Siegel's cronies called him Ben; you probably know him by this famous nickname
    $100 26
Early ones of these sometimes used mercury, but people found that sand flowed better
    $100 10
A man with no hair, or what he did when he lost it
    $200 19
The Sternwheel Regatta is an annual river festival celebrated in this capital of West Virginia
    $200 16
Edward Stratemeyer created this adventurous pair as well as Nancy Drew
    $200 2
Nepal's coat of arms depicts one of these birds under the sun, not under glass
    $200 5
This "motherly" outlaw's real name was Arizona Clark
    $200 27
The term for the time in a bar when drink prices are reduced & free snacks are served
    $200 12
A thin layer of gold, or a sense of remorse for wrongdoing
    $300 20
Sedona in this state is famous for its beautiful red rock formations
    $300 17
In a 1962 Hanna-Barbera cartoon he was Lippy the Lion's friend & partner
    $300 9
Appropriately, one of these animals appears on the coat of arms of the Ivory Coast
    $300 6
Acquitted of axing her father & stepmother, she was eventually buried beside them
    $300 28
It's the hour Wilson Pickett sang about in 1965
    $300 13
To empty water out of a boat or put hay into a bundle
    $400 21
It's the only state that touches the Chukchi Sea
    $400 18
His ashes are interred in Westminster Abbey & his heart is buried in a cemetery in Wessex
    $400 23
A heraldic animal that is "vorant" is doing this to another creature
    $400 7
This Wild West dentist had a notorious girlfriend & lady of the evening called Big Nose Kate
    $400 29
In 1968 it began as a biweekly show alternating with "The CBS News Hour"
    $400 14
Reduce the number, or something a teacher prepares
    DD: $1,500 22
It's Alabama's only seaport
    $500 25
The Hardy in his famous "Kiss me, Hardy" was his flag captain
    $500 24
Bolivia's & Peru's coats of arms feature smaller relatives of this South American animal
    $500 8
This descendant of a noble family was guillotined at age 24 after stabbing Marat
    $500 30
Now referring to late afternoon or evening prayers, it was the 6th of the 7 canonical hours
    $500 15
Quote a specific paragraph about vision at a specific location

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

Dave Drew Mary Anne
$1,100 $1,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Drew Mary Anne
$4,000 $2,900 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
This picture weekly folded in 1972 & returned as a monthly 6 years later
    $200 9
In 1989 he was made an honorary knight by Queen Elizabeth II
    $200 1
The scientific name of this salad green, Lactuca sitiva, comes from the Latin word for milk
    $200 19
In 1942 the Germans appointed Vidkun Quisling "Minister President" of this country
    $200 30
At the beginning of this play, "It is night over the Keller homestead"
    $200 5
Uranium is the heaviest natural element; this is the lightest
    $400 17
Moderator of "Firing Line" who founded the Conservative journal National Review in 1955
    $400 10
After a June 1991 autopsy, coroners concluded that this president did not die by poisoning
    $400 2
Cultivation of these sweet palm fruits didn't begin in California until about 1902
    $400 20
In 1984, when neither Likud nor Labor won a clear majority, this country received a National Unity gov't
    $400 29
This play has 1 setting: "the top floor of a warehouse and office building in Amsterdam
    $400 7
Scientists refer to the 6 types of quarks as these, like the 31 at Baskin-Robbins
    $600 18
William Randolph Hearst took over management of this San Francisco paper when he was 24
    $600 13
As a college senior, he won the Michigan Wolverines Most Valuable Player Award
    $600 3
The part of this member of the cabbage family that's eaten is the firm, white "curd"
    $600 21
On May 11, 1948 Howard Hughes bought a controlling interest in this movie studio
    $600 24
The script of this musical says it's set partly in "certain reaches of John Adams' mind"
    $600 8
Most U.S. reactors use this liquid as a moderator; Canada's use the heavy kind
    $800 27
For over 29 years Sergio Aragones has been drawing marginal cartoons for this satirical magazine
    DD: $600 14
At 83 he completed what many consider to be his finest book, "The Ordeal of Woodrow Wilson"
    $800 4
Also called a Chinese gooseberry, this is the basis of the New Zealand dessert pavlova
    $800 22
In 1924 U.S. states elected 2 women governors: Miriam Ferguson in Texas & Nellie Tayloe Ross here
    $800 25
The town of Glorious Hill, Mississippi is the setting for his play "Summer and Smoke"
    $800 11
In a closed system, the total amount of mass & this stays constant as one changes into the other
    $1000 28
Founded in 1764, this Hartford, Connecticut paper was bought by the Times Mirror Company in 1979
    $1000 15
As a congressman, he was the first House member to go into uniform during WWII
    $1000 6
In "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" Eliot asks "Do I dare to eat" this fruit
    DD: $600 23
The April 1937 bombing of this Basque village became the subject of a Picasso masterpiece
    $1000 26
His play "Fool for Love" takes place in a "stark... motel room on the edge of the Mojave Desert"
    $1000 12
Also called thermonuclear, this reactor type is fueled on plasma

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Drew Mary Anne
$6,600 $9,900 $3,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Rodin originally conceived "The Thinker" as a seated portrait of this author for "The Gates of Hell"

Final scores:

Dave Drew Mary Anne
$12,600 $6,599 $7,300
5-day champion: $58,001 3rd place: Michael C. Fina flatware + Jeopardy home game or computerized version 2nd place: Krementz bracelet + Pierre Cardin ladies & gents watches + Jeopardy home game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Drew Mary Anne
$5,600 $10,900 $3,800
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,300

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Game tape date: 1991-11-12
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