Show #1772 - Tuesday, April 21, 1992


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Patrick McMahon, a financial analyst from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Scott Corngold, a writer and editor from Brooklyn New York

Al Badger, a software engineer from Monterey, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $41,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
These Mongols disappeared as a people after Attila's death when they were absorbed into other countries
    $100 1
This is the mixture in a 7 & 7 cocktail
    $100 19
He dedicated his book "When We Were Very Young" to his only child, Christopher Robin
    $100 4
"Camelot" was this pair's seventh & last Broadway collaboration
    $100 10
You can reach almost every town & village in this country on the state-run bus Eireann
    $100 2
Written on the envelope of a love letter, SWAK stands for this
    $200 3
At age 26 this Carthaginian married a Spanish princess & began to conquer Spanish tribes
    $200 17
Many believe the martini was named for this company famous for its vermouth
    $200 22
In Sweden, this oddly dressed little girl is called Pippi Langstrump
    $200 12
In 1871, this pair met for the first time at Africa's Lake Tanganyika
    $200 13
Since this country has no airport, most people fly to Toulouse, France or Barcelona, Spain & take a bus
    $200 16
Handle & moniker are slang words for this
    $300 5
The ruins of Copan, one of the Mayans' largest cities, lie in this country
    $300 18
The name of this cocktail is Spanish for "strained pineapple"
    $300 23
"Bambi" was 1st published in this language: its sequel was "Bambis Kinder" (Bambi's Children)
    $300 9
Their lithographs originally sold for between 5¢ & $3.50 & are now worth thousands
    DD: $1,000 14
In India, a special "Taj Express" takes tourists to this city to see the Taj Mahal
    $300 20
If you're a chic dresser, you're this kind of "horse"
    $400 6
Prince Louis I de Conde, a leader of this Protestant political faction, was murdered in 1569
    $400 25
Like a Grasshopper, a Green Dragon gets its color from this liqueur
    $400 27
It isn't Hans Brinker but his 12-year-old sister Gretel who wins these title objects
    $400 11
In 1970, after counseling hundreds of couples, they published "Human Sexual Inadequacy"
    $400 15
This Swiss resort is famous for its Cresta Run bobsled track & palatial hotels
    $400 24
This U.S. cabinet department is called Foggy Bottom
    $500 8
Wang Mang seized the Chinese throne in 9 A.D. & briefly interrupted this dynasty's reign
    $500 29
A Bijou cocktail calls for the green variety of this liqueur, a Yellow Parrot, for the yellow
    $500 28
Pollyanna's favorite 4-letter word, it's a synonym for "happy"
    $500 30
This husband-&-wife mime team was featured on "The Sonny and Cher Show" before getting their own in 1977
    $500 21
To visit the birthplace of Calypso music, head for this island about 30 miles SW of Tobago
    $500 26
This Mexican city is often referred to as TJ

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Al Scott Patrick
$2,000 $1,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Al Scott Patrick
$3,500 $2,200 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
The city's seal features an image of a Phoenix, a mythical type of this creature
    $200 9
In 1976 Lauren Bacall co-starred with him in his last film, "The Shootist"
    $200 3
As president, Carter sold the presidential yacht & discouraged the playing of this song
    $200 19
V/hen it was discovered circa 1800, this duck-billed mammal was taken to be a hoax
    $200 29
In the South, these broad, flat beans are also known as butter beans
    $200 8
When powdered, this mineral is glued onto cardboard & used in manicuring
    $400 5
This NBA team plays its home games at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum
    $400 10
He led a wagon train on film in "Wagonmaster" before he starred in the TV series "Wagon Train"
    $400 13
This sister of Jimmy's became an evangelist
    $400 16
The Airedale & West Highland White are among the 27 breeds of this dog recognized by the AKC
    $400 21
To improve his speaking voice, Nero regularly drank a soup made with this long, mild onion relative
    $400 27
This fibrous mineral has been used in brake linings & thermal insulation materials
    $600 6
In 1968 Congress authorized the Central Arizona Project to bring water from this river
    $600 1
Tyrone Power, Robert Duvall, James Keach &, surprisingly, Roy Rogers all played this outlaw leader
    $600 12
He was the first president born in one of these places
    $600 18
It's the common name for hares of the genus Lepus
    $600 22
While the most common color of this vegetable is garnet red, the Chioggia or "candy cane" is red & white
    $600 25
Sometimes called "black lead", this mineral can be manufactured from coke
    DD: $1,100 7
Phoenix has been Arizona's capital since the state was admitted to the Union in this year
    $800 2
Debbie Reynolds, Gregory Peck, James Stewart & George Peppard were a few of the many stars in this 1962 epic
    $800 14
His mother, Miss Lillian, joined this group at age 68 & went to India as a nurse
    $800 20
Prized for its caviar, this species of sturgeon is the largest of all freshwater fish
    $800 23
The name of this green stalk vegetable is Italian for "cabbage sprouts"
    $800 26
This mineral derives its name from its "snakelike" green color variations
    $1000 17
The city's two daily newspapers are the Gazette & this
    $1000 11
Later an Oscar winner, this Irish-Mexican played Chief Crazy Horse in "They Died with their Boots On" in 1941
    $1000 15
Nickname of his son James Earl Carter III
    $1000 24
The Grant's species of this graceful antelope has the longest horns, over 30 inches
    DD: $1,400 28
Cornichon is the French version of this small cucumber popularly used for pickles
    $1000 30
The dunes at White Sands Nat'l Monument in New Mexico are composed of this, hydrated calcium sulfate

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Al Scott Patrick
$4,900 $7,000 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This painting commemorating the 100th anniv. of the American Revolution was inspired by a July 4th parade

Final scores:

Al Scott Patrick
$3,900 $4,100 $14,001
3rd place: Magnavox 20" stereo TV 2nd place: Flex Steel sofa & S&S Mills carpeting New champion: $14,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Al Scott Patrick
$4,200 $7,000 $8,500
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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Game tape date: 1992-01-13
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