Show #1594 - Thursday, July 4, 1991

Missing prizes.

Contestants

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David Pollack, a psychologist from Walnut Creek, California

Jeb Boasberg, a law clerk originally from Washington, D.C.

Molly Redfield, a Ph.D. candidate from Claremont, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
ROCK LYRICS
SICKNESS & HEALTH
HODGEPODGE
TRANSPORTATION
THE ROYAL FAMILY
    $100 17
Though Ontario has the most people, this neighboring province is Canada's largest
    $100 21
"It's been a hard day's night and I've been working" like one of these
    $100 1
Gastroenteritis is an inflammation of the lining of this organ & the intestines
    $100 11
In Italy he's known as Topolino; in Spain, Raton Mickey
    $100 26
With or without the "jin", it's still a small 2-wheeled Oriental carriage
    $100 6
This former king of England did not attend Elizabeth II's coronation; he watched it on TV instead
    $200 16
1969 discoveries in the Queen Alexandra Range prove land vertebrates once lived on this continent
    $200 22
"While the other kids were rockin' 'round the clock, we were hoppin' & boppin' to" this Elton John tune
    $200 2
Sometimes occurring in newborn babies, atelectasis is the collapse of one of these
    $200 12
Modern composer Philip Glass earned relative success with a 1976 opera about this scientist
    $200 29
On Nov. 1, 1990 it was the only means of transport available in St. Mark's Square
    $200 7
She was married in 1986 in a gown decorated with anchors & waves in honor of her husband's naval career
    $300 18
Created by the Aswan Dam, Egypt's Lake Nasser spilled over into this country to the south
    $300 23
"Ooh! Who's that I see walkin' in these woods? Why it's" this fairy tale heroine
    $300 3
A birth this reading is about 80/46; in a normal adult, 120/80
    $300 13
Known as the "Gamecock of the Revolution", a fort in Charleston was named in his honor
    $300 30
A region in central France gave its name to a long flowing coat & then to this long car
    $300 8
Prince Michael of Kent lost his claim to the throne when he married a woman of this religion
    $400 19
Buchanan, a seaport in this African country, is named for its first American governor
    $400 24
1962 song which asks "Is it Mary or Sue"
    $400 4
Excessive bile pigment in the blood causes this yellowish discoloration of the skin
    $400 14
Thomas P. Gore, a blind senator from Oklahoma, was this author's grandfather
    $400 27
Jules Verne's first novel was titled "5 Weeks in" one of these
    $400 9
In 1990 he left his job with Andrew Lloyd Webber to form a theatrical production co.
    $500 20
Quezon City was the official capital of this country from 1948-1976
    $500 25
"You look like an angel, Walk like an angel, Talk like an angel, but I got wise; You're" this
    DD: $500 5
Medical specialty named for the glands it treats such as the adrenals
    $500 15
We got "grog" from "Old Grog", a nickname of this admiral after whom a presidential estate was named
    $500 28
Number of times John Glenn's Friendship 7 capsule orbited the earth
    $500 10
In the line of succession to the throne, this little girl is no. 5, the female highest on the list

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

Molly Jeb David
$1,600 $500 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Molly Jeb David
$3,000 $500 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

MYTHOLOGY
U.S. HISTORY
FAMOUS QUOTES
INSECTS
THE CALENDAR
LITERARY SUBTITLES
    $200 8
Slaying a cattle thief named Cacus & rescuing Hesione from a monster were among his lesser labors
    $200 1
While minister to France, Robt. Livingston formed a partnership with him to build a steamboat
    $200 21
Reagan said, "A recession is when your neighbor loses his job," this "is when you lose yours"
    $200 26
A queen of these wood eaters may live more than 50 years & lay over 30,000 eggs a day
    $200 7
The Hebrew calendar is based on both of these heavenly bodies
    $200 2
"A Tale of the Christ" is the subtitle of this Lew Wallace novel
    $400 9
Syrinx, a nymph loved by this god, was turned into a reed from which he fashioned his musical pipe
    $400 17
It was established in 1917; the gold depository wasn't built until 1936
    $400 22
He once said on the game of baseball, "It ain't over till it's over"
    $400 27
One way to tell a moth from a butterfly is these on a butterfly end in a knob
    $400 13
It's impossible to have a month of Sundays; the most a month can have is this many
    $400 3
Horror classic subtitled "The Modern Prometheus"
    DD: $2,000 10
After Paris gave her the Apple of Discord, she helped him win Helen
    $600 18
Passed in 1890, it didn't work too well as some 50 new trusts were formed by 1897
    $600 23
She's quoted as saying, "I used to be Snow White -- but I drifted"
    $600 28
One scientific name for insects is hexapoda which means this
    $600 14
The calendar of this religion dates from 622 A.D.
    $600 4
This future British P.M. subtitled his 1844 novel "Coningsby" "A New Generation"
    $800 11
When Odysseus was awarded Achilles' armor, this hero went mad & killed himself
    $800 19
He followed Theodore Roosevelt's "Gunboat Diplomacy" with "Dollar Diplomacy"
    $800 24
Broadway composer who said, "Many a bum show has been saved by the flag"
    $800 29
This beetle's name is from the resemblance of its jaws to a deer's antlers, not going to dances alone
    $800 15
The name of this month comes from either the Latin word for "youth" or a Roman goddess
    $800 5
Thackeray's most famous novel, it's subtitled "A Novel without a Hero"
    $1000 12
This earth goddess united with her son Uranus to produce the twelve Titans
    $1000 20
In 1944 plans for the UN were laid down at a conference at this Washington, D.C. estate
    $1000 25
Emerson wrote, nothing astonishes men so much as common sense and" this kind of "dealing"
    $1000 30
After queen ants mate, these either drop off or they pull them off
    DD: $3,000 16
The need to keep this observance in its season led Pope Gregory XIII to fix the calendar
    $1000 6
"A Tale of the Seaboard" is the subtitle of this author's South American tale "Nostromo"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Molly Jeb David
$10,600 $4,300 $5,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE SILENT SCREEN
1-word title of the blockbuster 1927 film that catapulted Clara Bow to stardom

Final scores:

Molly Jeb David
$11,100 $4,100 $9,900
3-day champion: $31,400 3rd place: n/a 2nd place: n/a

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Molly Jeb David
$12,700 $4,300 $5,000
33 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
7 R,
0 W
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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