Show #1683 - Wednesday, December 18, 1991

India Cooper game 3.


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Gail Gray, a full-time mother from San Antonio, Texas

Julie Crouchley, a secretary originally from Essex Junction, Vermont

India Cooper, an actor and copy editor originally from Denver, Colorado (whose 2-day cash winnings total $34,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

"JACK"s & "JILL"s
    $100 4
Unlike the United States where it's every 4 years, the Swiss get a new one every year
    $100 1
In 1959 Harvey Haddix pitched one for 12 innings but lost the game in the 13th
    $100 17
"Fairy tales can come true, it can happen to you, if you're" this
    $100 15
A cab, or what an airliner does down the runway
    $100 26
The first sheep keeper mentioned in the Bible
    $100 9
She's Michael Tucker's wife on "L.A. Law" & in real life
    $200 5
His crossbow is used in trademark symbols of products exported by Switzerland
    $200 2
In 1990, his 1st year as this team's manager, Lou Piniella led them to a 4-game World Series sweep
    $200 18
When these "are smiling, sure it's like a morn in spring"
    $200 16
"Baltimore Clippers" were small swift sailing ships developed on this bay
    $200 27
Nehemiah, the author of a a book, wasn't a prophet, but cupbearer to Artaxerxes I, in this country
    $200 10
In 1988 this actress & wife of Chas. Bronson received an American Cancer Society Courage Ward
    $300 6
This peak wasn't conquered by a bang but a Whymper, Edward Whymper
    $300 3
Of JFK, Truman or Teddy Roosevelt, the one who was president the last time the Cubs won the World Series
    $300 23
According to Rodgers & Hart, it's "where god paints the scenery"
    $300 19
A litter used to carry the sick & wounded, not to make them taller as its name implies
    $300 28
When this chest holding the Ten Commandments arrived, David danced for joy & passed out bread, meat & wine
    $300 11
This beloved comedian died in 1974 at age 39, his fixed age since 1933
    DD: $900 7
Switzerland's status in the UN is as a permanent one of these
    $400 13
A short fly ball that falls between the infielders & outfielders is named for this minor league
    $400 24
Jimmy Crowe, Nellie Shannon & Mamie O'Rourke are 3 of the characters in this song about New York
    $400 20
Cable cars are 1 type of these "desirable" vehicles
    $400 29
The rods all became serpents, but his swallowed up those of pharaoh's magicians
    $400 12
She was name Best Actress at the 1978 Cannes Festival for her performance in "An Unmarried Woman"
    $500 8
Swiss firm that's No. 1 in chocolate
    $500 14
A 2nd baseman for the Cardinals & others, he's considered the best right-handed hitter in baseball history
    $500 25
In a song from 1902, it's when "she's your tootsey wootsey"
    $500 21
The Assyrians used these wheelless vehicles on runners to move colossal statues
    $500 30
Belshazzar made Daniel the third ruler of the kingdom after he told him the meaning of this writing
    $500 22
An assistant to Lyndon Johnson. he's now celebrating his 25th year as president of the MPAA

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

India Julie Gail
$1,200 $0 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

India Julie Gail
$4,900 -$200 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Until the late 19th century about 75% of the women who had babies by this surgical procedure, died
    $200 26
This country's two-week long New Year's celebration ends with Yuan Hsiao. a lantern festival
    $200 3
"Garden District" was a double bill of his "Something Unspoken" & "Suddenly Last Summer"
    $200 4
The Ohio joins it at Cairo, Illinois & doubles its water volume
    $200 10
From the Latin meaning "to serve", it's the rank above corporal in the Army & Marine Corps
    $200 11
Diana might tell you his many titles include Lord of the Isles & Baron Renfrew
    $400 2
As early as 450 A.D., Indian physician Susruta noted a relation between malaria & this insect
    $400 27
The lord mayor Munich kicks off this celebration by opening the first barrel of beer
    $400 6
In 1818 Thomas Bowdler published 10 volumes of this author's plays that he had "purified"
    $400 13
This river divides the Windy City into the north, west & south sides
    $400 12
A memento, from the French for a recollection or memory of something
    $400 22
Add 1 letter to "baron" to get this word for a baron's domain
    $600 5
In 1753 a Scottish naval surgeon showed that eating citrus fruits could cure this disease
    $600 28
In Judaism this holiday not only marks the new year, but the anniversary of the creation of the world
    $600 7
Arthur Miller's version of his play "An Enemy of the People" played on Broadway in 1950
    $600 19
Cayuga, Owasco & Skaneateles are 3 of the digits in this New York lake group
    $600 14
A nonchalant attitude, or a supporter of Charles I of England
    $600 23
Baron Bror Blixen-Finecke as this authoress' cousin & her husband, too
    $800 17
Since its introduction in 1963, it's become the most widely prescribed tranquilizer
    $800 29
Originally it was a Celtic festival for the dead, celebrated on the last day of the Celtic year
    $800 8
"A Touch of the Poet" & "More Stately Mansions" are 2 of the 11 plays he planned about 1 American family
    $800 20
Among lakes, Tanganyika is second only to this Soviet lake in depth
    $800 15
This Greek stringed instrument resembles a mandolin
    $800 24
This German baron who fought in the American Revolution had a city in Ohio named for him
    DD: $2,500 18
In 1885 he administered the first inoculation for rabies
    $1000 30
Eastern Orthodox call the observance of Mary's death Dormition, Roman Catholics call it this
    $1000 9
William Gibson wrote 1982's "Monday After the Miracle" as a sequel to this, his 1959 play
    DD: $900 21
The falls on this river in Brazil & Argentina are larger than the Niagara River's
    $1000 16
Treelike, or a term which describes animals who live in trees
    $1000 25
A loose overcoat & a style of sleeve were named for this baron, a field marshal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

India Julie Gail
$13,200 $2,400 $6,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The narrative in this 1851 novel contains a dissertation on cetology

Final scores:

India Julie Gail
$13,399 $0 $8,000
3-day champion: $47,400 3rd place: Magnavox 3" LCD TV & Nintendo Entertainment system + Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy 2nd place: trip on Delta to Orlando, Florida including cruise on The Big Red Boat

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

India Julie Gail
$14,100 $2,400 $5,900
32 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,400

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Game tape date: 1991-09-30
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