Show #1766 - Monday, April 13, 1992

Bruce Simmons game 1.


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Kathy Stone, a housewife from Austin, Texas

Bruce Simmons, a grad student from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Ed Bryant, a lawyer from Springfield, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,401)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
Term for the process of releasing an egg for fertilization
    $100 11
The first folding ones of these 2-wheeled vehicles were introduced around 1900
    $100 7
Emperor Ming Huang of this country founded an academy for actors in the 8th century
    $100 14
Dungaree is a coarse, usually blue type of this cloth
    $100 6
In 1991 Roseanne Barr changed her professional name to this, her husband's last name
    $100 1
Some of these hairy spiders have been known to live for 20 years
    $200 28
The three small bones found in this organ are known collectively as the ossicles
    $200 16
A moveable residence, or a residence for your movable Alexander Calder sculptures
    $200 9
Bertolt Brecht attacked this dictator's regime in his play "The Private Life of the Master Race"
    $200 15
This type of wool comes from the first shearing of sheep less than 8 months old
    $200 8
Robert Urich's wife, former child actress Heather Menzies, played Louisa von Trapp in this film
    $200 2
This Australian island is known for its "devils"
    $300 29
In birds, this part of the alimentary canal is also known as the gastric mill
    $300 17
Truckers call these highway collection points "piggy banks"
    $300 10
Pisistratus established a tragedy contest as part of this city's Great Dionysia Festival around 534 B.C.
    $300 20
Cotton fibers grow on this part of the plant from which a gin separates them
    $300 22
Real estate developer Jon Eicholtz must "dream of Jeannie", since he married this actress in 1991
    $300 3
A squealer, or an awful shade of gray that tells the world your clothes are dirty
    DD: $500 27
Some mollusks & other lower creatures are acephalous, meaning they lack this body part
    $400 18
An ATC is one of these people, as any pilot could tell you
    $400 12
Victorien Sardou wrote the 1882 play "Fedora" for this great French actress who triumphed in it
    $400 21
The name of this puckered cloth comes from Persian "shir-o-shakar", meaning "milk & sugar"
    $400 23
This playwright & actress Diane Lander got divorced in '88 & remarried in '90; what an "Odd Couple"
    $400 4
From 1976-78 he was Bishop of Lesotho
    $500 30
In humans, they're the two main processes of cell division
    $500 19
These seats are often fitted with railings, which makes riding camel or elephant a little easier
    $500 13
Stanislavsky was born in this city, the home of the art theatre he founded in 1898
    $500 25
This rough, irregular outerwear cloth is named for a river in Scotland
    $500 24
Appropriately, these married actors have a daughter named Prentiss Benjamin
    $500 5
The leaves of this poi plant can be cooked & eaten like spinach or turnip greens

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

Ed Bruce Kathy
$600 $1,400 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Bruce Kathy
$300 $3,400 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1975 New York City's Richmond borough was renamed after this island
    $200 20
Modern artist Lucian Freud, grandson of this famous man, has been called "The Ingres of Existentialism"
    $200 6
The largest completely open-stack university library in the U.S. is at this school nicknamed Penn
    $200 18
"Scot" is an old word for tax or payment, so this phrase means to get away without payment or penalty
    $200 13
At 49 days, this 1981 sports strike was the longest in professional athletics history
    $200 3
"Jubal Sackett"
    $400 2
The northeastern New Jersey town of Irvington is named for this author
    $400 21
Novelist George du Maurier also drew caricatures for this British humor magazine
    $400 9
Christ's College at this university was founded by Lady Margaret Beaufort, the mother of Henry VII
    $400 19
Of the Guinea pig, Guinea worm or Guinea hen, the one that isn't native to Africa
    $400 14
Prince Franz Josef II became head of state of this tiny European country in 1938
    $400 4
"Sketches by Boz"
    $600 25
The western border of this state is formed by the Big Sioux & Missouri Rivers
    $600 22
Jasper Johns once dreamed he was painting this symbol of the U.S.; now he's painted it many times
    $600 10
Laval University is named for Francois de Montmorency Laval, the 1st bishop of this Canadian city
    $600 28
In 1991 this cereal with a leprechaun on the box added green tree marshmallows
    $600 15
In 1973 construction was completed on this 1454-foot-tall Chicago building
    $600 5
"The Idiot"
    $800 26
It's the largest Texas city bordering Mexico
    $800 23
The last name of this great English landscape painter could refer to a British policeman
    DD: $1,100 11
George Washington was this school's chancellor from 1788 until his death
    $800 29
It's the official language of Mauritius
    $800 16
Until June 22, 1948, this British king was also emperor of India
    $800 7
"The Europeans"
    DD: $2,000 27
Sharing the name of an Italian region, this foothill plateau reaches its greatest extent in VA, NC & SC
    $1000 24
In 1578 a beautiful woman from Toledo bore a son by this Greek artist
    $1000 12
This queen of Sweden founded what is now the University of Helsinki more than 3 1/2 centuries ago
    $1000 30
This country's national library began as a subscription library, the Raffles Library
    $1000 17
In 1944 it failed to renew the 1918 treaty of union with Denmark & declared itself a republic
    $1000 8

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Bruce Kathy
$600 $11,200 $2,700
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The flags of these 2 Australian states have crowns on them

Final scores:

Ed Bruce Kathy
$1,143 $16,900 $3,900
3rd place: Konica Z-Up 80 RC camera + NES with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy New champion: $16,900 2nd place: trip on TWA to Hartford, Connecticut & stay at Killington Ski Resort in Vermont

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ed Bruce Kathy
$1,700 $10,700 $2,700
8 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
30 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 1991-12-17
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