Show #1587 - Tuesday, June 25, 1991

Mark Born game 4.
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David White, an English teacher from Upper Darby, Pennsylvania

Gary Bennett, a beverage company executive from Columbia, Maryland

Mark Born, an investment analyst from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $54,499)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
"There is no contentment on the road" says this CBS correspondent in "A Life on the Road"
    $100 21
His last solo No. 1 hit came in 1962 with a country song, "I Can't Stop Loving You"
    $100 11
In honor of Mother's Day, Nick at Nite aired the 7-day "Donna-thon", 140 episodes of this series
    $100 2
These were developed from microwave amplifying devices called masers
    $100 16
This New York resort village has a Farmer's Museum & the James Fenimore Cooper Home
    $200 7
"The Old Gringo" fictionalizes Ambrose Bierce's last mysterious days in this country
    $200 22
In January 1962, this twist song by Joey Dee and the Starliters replaced Chubby Checker's "The Twist" at No. 1
    $200 12
The scalare, a fish popular in home aquariums, is also known by this heavenly name
    $200 3
The aqualung was invented by Emile Gagnan & this man who explored the undersea world
    $200 17
This city's Museum of Gems features 16 rooms filled with items owned by the Medicis
    $300 8
"Darkness Visible" is "A Memoir of Madness" by this author of "Sophie's Choice"
    $300 23
It begins, "See the tree how big it's grown but friend it hasn't been too long"
    $300 13
Harvard & MIT stand on the banks of this river
    $300 4
In 1930 Thomas Midgley discovered this refrigerant that has become an environmental hazard
    $300 18
This Madrid museum has the art collections of the Spanish Hapsburgs & Bourbon monarchs
    $300 26
A previously viewed part of a play
    $400 9
The 3rd volume of Bruce Catton's "Army of the Potomac" trilogy was called "A Stillness at" this place
    DD: $500 24
She had her last U.S. No. 1 hit with the following:

"My love is warmer than the warmest sunshine, softer than a sigh / My love is deeper than the deepest..."
    $400 14
He named his famous mime character Dip after Pip in "Great Expectations"
    $400 5
Before these saddle parts were invented, foot soldiers, not knights on horses, did most of the fighting
    $400 19
The Denver home of this Titanic survivor is now a museum
    $400 27
The correct religious ceremony
    $500 10
This Tom Robbins' novel is dedicated in part to "all cowgirls everywhere"
    $500 25
This futuristic Zager & Evans song was subtitled "Exordium & Terminus"
    $500 15
This Roman emperor banished his scandalous daughter Julia to an island in 2 B.C.
    $500 6
He invented the self-cleaning steel plow, the company he founded is No. 1 in the U.S. in farm equipment
    $500 20
A Cleveland suburb named for this religious sect has a museum devoted to their history
    $500 28
Apportion out T-bones & roasts

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

Mark Gary David
$2,200 $1,100 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Gary David
$3,200 $2,900 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
King James V of Scotland died about one week after the birth of this daughter in 1542
    $200 26
She wrote "Witness for the Prosecution" as well as "The Mousetrap"
    $200 6
Electrum is a natural alloy of gold & this precious metal
    $200 1
Although 252 miles long, this river is only navigable near Rome
    $200 11
A father & son served as governor of this state before & after Ronald Reagan
    $200 17
This man, not John Wayne, endowed the Durham, North Carolina university that bears his family name
    $400 13
At age 19, this humanitarian established the Dix Mansion school for girls in Boston in 1821
    $400 27
First name, shared by playwrights Wycherley & Congreve, who were famous for their comedies of manner
    $400 7
In 1985 the EPA ruled that compounds of this metal in gasoline be reduced by 90%
    $400 2
Crater Lake in this state is America's deepest lake
    $400 22
Though he didn't accept donations over $100 Lawton Chiles won his bid for governor of this state
    $400 18
Authors Lee & Dannay used the pen name Barnaby Ross as well as this royal one
    $600 14
In her 70s this French actress performed at the front for World War I soldiers
    $600 28
He acted in "The Count of Monte Cristo" with his father before he started writing plays
    $600 8
In the United States recycling accounts for 1/4 of the production of this metal
    $600 3
The high tides of this bay cause the flow of Canada's St. John River to reverse
    $600 23
Lowell Weicker is the 1st independent governor there since 1856
    $600 19
DJ Jazzy Jeff's other half who moved to Bel-Air in a 1990 NBC series
    $800 15
In the 1920, this dancer known for her flowing tunics, went to the USSR where she married an unstable poet
    $800 29
This South African playwright published his first novel "Tsotsi" in 1980
    $800 9
When used in fireworks barium gives off a green color & sodium emits this color
    $800 4
The Yucatan Channel separates the Yucatan Peninsula from this island country
    $800 24
New Alaska governor, who as Secretary of the Interior, insisted oil companies pay for their spills
    $800 20
He played '60s writer Terence Mann in the movie "Field of Dreams"
    DD: $1,000 16
A beautiful painted bust of her was found at Tell el-Amarna in 1912, many centuries after her death
    DD: $1,500 30
In 1938, Eugène Ionesco left Romania & went on to settle permanently in this country
    $1000 10
Sometimes used for fine tableware, pewter consists mainly of this metal
    $1000 5
In Ireland Lower Lake & Upper Lake are better known by this collective name
    $1000 25
George Voinovich former mayor of this Midwest's state's largest city, was elected its governor in 1990
    $1000 21
English poet & satirist whose "An Essay on Criticism" made him famous at the age of 23

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Gary David
$11,900 $4,900 $2,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this automaker is an abbreviation of "Japan Industries"

Final scores:

Mark Gary David
$13,900 $5,700 $4,000
4-day champion: $68,399 2nd place: trip on Delta to Orlando & stay at Delta Orlando Resort + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger 3rd place: Panasonic word processor + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Gary David
$11,400 $5,800 $2,000
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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Game tape date: 1991-03-18
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