Show #1581 - Monday, June 17, 1991

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Contestants

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Brad Colgate, a college health physician from Grove City, Ohio

Jessie Hill, a tour guide originally from Washington, D.C.

Jonathan Heller, an archivist from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

USA
TEXTILES
RELIGION
THE EMMYs
HISTORIC NICKNAMES
ANAGRAMS
    $100 9
In 1965 Actors' Equity set salaries & work conditions for this offshoot of off-Broadway
    $100 5
This lightweight cotton fabric originated in the India seaport of Calicut
    $100 14
Shiite Muslims believe he picked his son-in-law Ali ibn Abi Talib as his successor
    $100 3
In 1962 the heads of the news departments of ABC, CBS & NBC got a special award for coverage of his orbital flight
    $100 1
This president's grandfather was called "Honeyfitz"
    $100 2
The best place to play water polo is in one of these
    $200 10
You're not allowed to use this invention of Samuel Colt in the park named for him in Hartford, Connecticut
    $200 19
This loose-piled cotton fabric is commonly used for Turkish towels & beach robes
    $200 15
The sacrament of communion commemorates this event
    $200 27
This daytime talk show host won Emmys in 1977, '78, '79, '80, '82 , '83, '85, '86 & '88
    $200 23
Of the Rough Riders, TR or Teddy, the nickname that Theodore Roosevelt disliked intensely
    $200 4
Thelma told me this is her least favorite Shakespeare tragedy
    $300 11
Southwest Airlines now has 3 planes painted to look like this SeaWorld star
    $300 20
The patterns of tartan are used to identify individual clans in this country
    $300 16
The Douay version is a 16th century Catholic translation of the Bible into this language
    $300 28
This PBS British import picked up the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series 1974-75
    DD: $1,000 24
Group that was referred to as "The Nine Old Men", so the sobriquet doesn't apply anymore
    $300 6
Olaf wants a new colt so he's waiting for his mare to do this
    $400 12
In 1907 the Bronx Zoo donated 15 of these animals to an Oklahoma preserve
    $400 21
In this pattern 2 adjacent lines form a V resembling the skeletal structure of a fish
    $400 17
One of the 10 Commandments says you shouldn't take this in vain
    $400 29
Jay Thomas was nominated in 1990 for his role as loud mouth talk show host Jerry Gold on this sitcom
    $400 25
Perennial 19th century candidate called "The Peerless Leader" & "The Boy Orator of the Platte"
    $400 7
It would be stupid to bury one of these corundums
    $500 13
On May 18, 1897, this man who extracted bromine from brine, founded his chemical company
    $500 22
Sometimes called Hessian cloth, this coarse, heavy fabric is woven from the fibers of jute or hemp
    $500 18
This northern neighbor of Utah has the USA's 2nd highest percentage of Mormons
    $500 30
This "Who's the Boss?" star won 2 Daytime Emmys for her role on "One Life to Live"
    $500 26
Among his nicknames were "Prince Hal", "Harry of the West" & "The Great Pacificator"
    $500 8
Electra pours this sticky molasses blend on everything

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

Jonathan Jessie Brad
$400 $500 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Jessie Brad
$1,300 $2,300 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

NAME THE AUTHOR
FOREIGN WORDS & PHRASES
THE VIETNAM WAR
COMPOSERS
THE BIRDS
THE BEES
    $200 11
"The Dead Zone"
    $200 6
In Japanese the name of this martial art means "empty hand"
    $200 12
Game pieces used to describe the theory that if one Southeast Asian nation fell they all would
    $200 1
This "Bolero" composer wrote a concerto for left hand alone for one-arm pianist Paul Wittgenstein
    $200 13
This bird has the largest eye of any living land animal
    $200 24
Common name of the hairy social bee of the genus Bombus
    $400 14
"Murder at the Vicarage"
    $400 7
This word for durable work pants made of blue denim is from the Hindi for a type of coarse cloth
    $400 15
Peace talks opened in this city in 1968, a cease fire was signed in 1973, but fighting lasted until 1975
    $400 2
This great Baroque composer's last work was "Die Kunst der Fuge", or "The Art of the Fugue"
    $400 20
The bald eagle's is designed for tearing; the oyster catcher's for prying things open
    $400 27
The shortest route back to the hive, that has come to mean the shortest route to anywhere
    $600 19
"Leaving Home: A Collection of Lake Wobegon Stories"
    $600 8
In an Italian gift shop a sign reading "non toccare" means this
    $600 16
It was the most widely-used herbicide in the war
    $600 3
This composer's great-grandfather immigrated from Scotland to Norway in the 18th century
    $600 21
He was the 1st person to band a bird in the U.S. to track its habits
    $600 28
One of the chores of these female bees is to fan the air at the entrance to the hive
    $800 22
"Windmills of the Gods"
    $800 9
This French expression for knick-knacks means "odds & ends"
    $800 17
He served as superintendent of West Point before becoming U.S. commander in South Vietnam in 1964
    $800 4
This composer of "Fanfare for the Common Man" died at age 90 in 1990
    $800 25
Budgie is short for this 10-letter name
    $800 29
Bee product used to make candles & cosmetics
    $1000 23
"Chariots of the Gods"
    $1000 10
Of Santa Claus' reindeer, the 2 whose name are German for thunder & lightning
    $1000 18
The playwright who turned his Vietnam experiences into "Sticks and Bones" & "Streamers"
    DD: $2,000 5
He died about a week after the premiere of his "Pathetique" symphony in St. Petersburg
    DD: $1,700 26
A flower native to Southern Africa & 40 species of birds native to New Guinea share this name
    $1000 30
The 2 items that bees gather from flowers

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Jessie Brad
$5,300 $7,300 $9,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
In 1969 he became Peru's first ambassador to the Soviet Union

Final scores:

Jonathan Jessie Brad
$10,500 $100 $14,601
2nd place: trip on Delta to stay at Westin Resort on Hilton Head Island 3rd place: Sentry safe & Nintendo Entertainment System with Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy! & Fisher Price preschool + Wheel of Fortune for Game Boy New champion: $14,601

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jonathan Jessie Brad
$5,300 $6,300 $8,000
17 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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Game tape date: 1991-03-13
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