Show #1680 - Friday, December 13, 1991

Contestants

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George Legg, a contract manager from Rolling Hills Estates, California

John De Vos, a law school student from Oceanside, California

Jay Marhoeffer, a management consultant from Dallas, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,900)

Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
FRENCH COOKING
GEORGIANS
1960s SITCOMS
THE AUTO INDUSTRY
ALPHABETIC HOMOPHONES
    $100 9
Tarifa, Spain & Tangier, Morocco are on opposite sides of this strait
    $100 26
"Soupe de Potiron" is the French name for soup made from this Halloween gourd
    $100 14
She described the burning of her hometown in her novel "Gone with the Wind"
    $100 4
Series on which Werner Klemperer played the monocled Col. Klink, commandant of Stalag 13
    $100 1
In 1986 this company launched a new line of cars under the Acura name
    $100 21
In billiards it's the long rod used to hit the ball
    $200 10
This river flows through the entire length of New Mexico & forms part of its border with Texas
    $200 27
Boudin blanc is a sausage made from this color meat
    $200 17
Gen. Lucius Clay organized this way around the Russian blockade of Berlin
    $200 5
Mayberry's deputy sheriff who kept his single bullet not in his gun, but in his shirt pocket
    $200 2
In 1969 this automaker bought controlling interest in Lancia & Ferrari
    $200 22
It's with whom a ram would spend an evening, & we don't mean a cheerleader
    $300 11
In 1844 John C. Fremont became the 1st U.S. citizen to see this lake in the Sierra Nevadas
    $300 28
This fruit used as a vegetable is the main ingredient in aubergines a la creme
    $300 18
This creator of Uncle Remus was born in Eatonton
    DD: $500 6
Mid-'60s sitcom that gave us the following theme:

Instrumental music
    $300 3
In 1986, in the most successful import car launch in U.S. history, this co. introduced its Excel
    $300 23
It's the present tense plural of be
    $400 12
Among the world's freshwater lakes this African lake is 2nd in area only to Lake Superior
    $400 29
Meuniere butter contains this citrus juice
    $400 19
This guy, not a girl, was the Georgia Peach
    $400 7
In this series' opening, a spy enters a phone booth, dials 3 numbers & drops through the floor
    $400 15
The MX-5 Miata, introduced in 1989, is part of this co.'s strategy to create a more upscale image
    $400 24
In "America the Beautiful" it's described as "shining"
    $500 13
This river forms West Virginia's northwest border
    $500 20
In 1977 Jimmy Carter appointed fellow Georgian Griffin Bell to this Cabinet post
    $500 8
It was Wilbur Post's profession on "Mr. Ed"
    $500 16
In 1977 Volkswagen said it was phasing out its Beetle because of the popularity of this model
    $500 25
This Robert van Gulik character isn't a private eye, but a Chinese judge

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

Jay John George
$1,700 $200 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jay John George
$3,000 $1,300 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

PSYCH 101
MUSIC
PRESIDENTIAL BOOKS
BOTANY
RELIGION
CANADIAN CITIES
    $200 8
It's jealousy between brothers & sisters based on their competition for attention
    $200 3
The Amati family was known for making violins & the Tubbs family for making these for violins
    $200 1
While recovering from spinal surgery, he began work on "Profiles in Courage"
    $200 21
The prickly pear is not a pear, but one of these desert plants
    $200 13
Completes the Mormon Church's full name, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day...
    $200 26
In the War of 1812, the British burned Washington after we burned this Ontario city
    $400 9
A type of neurosis, it's an irrational fear of something
    $400 4
First played in the 1740s, it's the oldest national anthem
    $400 2
After returning home to Missouri, he wrote "Year of Decisions" & "Years of Trial & Hope"
    $400 22
Popular varieties of this include Sunray, Big Boy & Beefsteak
    $400 17
Boston proved un"friendly" to Mary Dyer, a follower of this religion who was hanged in 1660
    $400 27
The NHL Flames moved from Atlanta, which burned in 1864, to this city that had a big fire in 1886
    $600 10
Freud stopped using this technique to bring out hidden memories when he turned to free association
    $600 5
Irish composer John Field came up with this 19th century Romantic form, literally a "night piece"
    $600 14
"Six Crises" is an account of his political career before he became president
    $600 23
This fir, Oregon's state tree, is named for a Scottish botanist who was first to describe the species
    $600 18
The first reform congregation of this religion in the U.S. was founded in Charleston, S.C. in 1824
    $600 28
This Manitoba city's Royal Ballet is world famous
    $800 11
Jacob Moreno created this "theatrical" group therapy technique where patients act out their problems
    $800 6
"Prabhati" was written for Yehudi Menuhin by this classical sitarist
    $800 15
Franklin Roosevelt titled his 1928 account of this New York governor "The Happy Warrior"
    DD: $2,000 24
The female part of a flower; it contains a stigma, a style & an ovary
    $800 19
The religion of almost all of the residents of Madras
    $800 29
Though you take a ferry to get there, this provincial capital is still the west end of the Trans-Canada Highway
    $1000 12
This Swiss psychologist was under 30 when he wrote "The Language and Thought of the Child"
    $1000 7
19th century French composer noted for his "Te Deum" & "Symphonie Fantastique"
    DD: $1,200 16
His memoirs were published in 1971 as "The Vantage Point: Perspectives of the Presidency"
    $1000 25
In the U.S. about 50% of this grain is used for stock feed & another 25% as a source for malt
    $1000 20
Britannica defines it as "the ancient pre-Islamic religion of Iran"
    $1000 30
Founded in 1786, the Molson Brewery in this city is Canada's oldest operating brewery

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jay John George
$8,400 $2,100 $7,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THEATRE
Peter Shaffer omitted the death of Emperor Joseph II from the NYC production of this play

Final scores:

Jay John George
$1,300 $100 $0
2-day champion: $20,200 2nd place: vacation at the Ingleside Inn in Palm Springs + Jantzen fashions 3rd place: Cuthbertson original Christmas tree dinnerware + Nintendo Entertainment System

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jay John George
$9,400 $2,100 $6,500
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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