Show #1774 - Thursday, April 23, 1992


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Michael Brossette, a landscaper from Arabi, Louisiana

Bill Orme, a librarian from Indianapolis, Indiana

Patrick McMahon, a financial analyst from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
Archaeologists use "plaster of" this to cover delicate specimens for transport
    $100 7
Ben's pass for senior citizens, good for many discounts in the Philadelphia area, is named for him
    $100 8
Edward H. Temme was the first to swim this channel twice; he did it in different years
    $100 1
This flag was adopted as the national flag of Great Britain in 1801
    $100 23
The Red Delicious, the top-selling type of this in the U.S., was developed near east Peru, Iowa
    $100 3
This fragrant gum resin was one of the Magi's gifts to Jesus
    $200 6
Many prehistoric paintings are so deep inside caves early man must have used this to see them
    $200 9
Jamestown, Williamsburg & Yorktown form this state's "Historic Triangle"
    $200 21
This basic kick resembles the action of a cutting implement, hence its name
    $200 2
Pope Alexander III laid the cornerstone for this church on Paris' Ile de la Cite in 1163
    $200 25
The russe type of this dessert is said to have been created for Czar Alexander
    $200 4
This percussion instrument with a German name is sometimes referred to as orchestra bells
    $300 19
A petroglyph is a picture or inscription carved into one of these
    $300 16
Ads for this Las Vegas hotel named for a sword say, "There has been nothing like it since Camelot"
    $300 24
Competition diving boards made of this metal appeared in the 1960s, making higher dives possible
    $300 10
The Great Leap Forward refers to the radical policies pursued in this country from 1958-1960
    $300 26
Used much like butter in Jewish cooking, schmaltz is the rendered fat of this fowl
    $300 12
This Spanish word was used to describe explorers such as Cortez who claimed land for Spain
    $400 20
You'll find the largest ancient ball court in this country at Chichen Itza
    $400 17
You can have fun in the sun at the annual Sun Fun Festival in this S.C. city known for its beach
    $400 29
The dolphin is one of the most popular events in this sport that combines swimming with music
    $400 11
In 1926 Ibn Saud became King of Hejaz & later made it part of this kingdom
    $400 27
The double-acting kind of this leavener releases gas when first wet & when heated
    $400 13
A confederation of states, like the one that replaced the USSR
    $500 22
The word "tell", which is part of the name of many sites in the Middle East, means "hill" in this language
    DD: $1,000 18
The Marshes of Glynn that Sidney Lanier wrote about lie next to Sea Island in this, his home state
    $500 30
Of the basic diving positions, the one that has the same name as a fish
    $500 15
Family name of Pope Leo X & his brothers Guiliano & Piero di Lorenzo, who ruled Florence
    $500 28
Alfredo could tell you that the name of this pasta means "little ribbons"
    $500 14
It's anyone specifically between the ages of eighty & ninety

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Patrick Bill Michael
$500 $1,000 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Bill Michael
$2,000 $3,100 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In 1851 he & Edward Clark opened a sewing machine factory in New York City
    $200 23
This author's poem was the source for Rachmaninoff's choral work "The Bells"
    $200 7
One who sits on another's land without authority, or one who sits on his heels
    $200 21
$195,000 was the recent asking price for a first edition of his "Origin of Species"
    $200 12
In October 1991 she reprised her role as Alexis in "Dynasty: The Reunion"
    $200 1
In Homer's "Odyssey", both Egypt & this river are referred to as Aigyptos
    $400 3
Last in the West Point class of 1861, 2 years later he was the youngest Union general
    $400 27
His "Circus Polka was "Composed For a Young Elephant"; we don't know what "The Fire Bird" was for
    $400 17
Quitclaim & warranty are 2 types of this document which transfers ownership of real estate
    $400 22
Coinciding with the release of "Scarlett" was a new biography of this author titled "Southern Daughter"
    $400 13
With her backup group the Blackhearts, she recorded the No. 1 hit "I Love Rock 'N Roll"
    $400 8
Italians call it the Tevere
    $600 4
In 1808 Tecumseh & his brother founded Prophet's Town where the Wabash & this river meet
    $600 28
In a contest against Handel, Scarlatti lost in organ playing but held his own on this instrument
    $600 18
It authorizes a policeman to arrest & bring before a court a person charged with a crime
    $600 24
In 1988 this auto executive published his second best seller, '"Talking Straight"
    $600 14
In 1982 the Nat'l Mother's Day Committee named this "GMA" co-host Outstanding Mother of the Yr.
    $600 9
In 1961 the city of Stalingrad was renamed after this river
    $800 5
A pass in the Sierra Nevadas is named after his party, trapped there in 1846
    $800 29
The first performance of his "Barber of Seville" February 20, 1816 was a fiasco
    $800 19
Process in which a prisoner answers the accusations put forth in an indictment & enters a plea
    $800 25
In his 1991 memoirs, this former Surgeon General talks about his life & today's major health issues
    $800 15
In 1991 she celebrated her 21st year as the San Diego Zoo's goodwill ambassador
    $800 10
Hungary's longest river, the Tisza, is a tributary of this river
    $1000 6
In an 1830 debate with Senator Robert Hayne, he gave his "Liberty and Union" speech
    $1000 30
Before Andrew Lloyd Webber, this "Pomp And Circumstance" composer fired up the "Starlight Express" in 1915
    $1000 20
From the Latin for "to come", it's the locality where a trial takes place
    DD: $2,500 26
Publish posthumously in 1969, Robt. F. Kennedy's "Thirteen Days" was "A Memoir of" this event
    $1000 16
In 1979 this Australian operatic soprano was made a dame of the British Empire
    DD: $2,000 11
In terms of shipping, it's the most important river in Western Europe

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Bill Michael
$10,100 $6,100 $9,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 3 characters who die in the last scene of "Romeo and Juliet" are Romeo, Juliet & this person

Final scores:

Patrick Bill Michael
$399 $0 $7,599
2nd place: Englander Nautilus mattress & Burlington House comforter set + Jeopardy! computerized version 3rd place: Nemesis Igo Dojo electronic Go game + Jeopardy! computerized version New champion: $7,599

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Patrick Bill Michael
$7,600 $6,100 $9,400
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
19 R,
0 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $23,100

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Game tape date: 1992-01-13
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