Show #1610 - Friday, September 6, 1991

Steve Newman game 3.
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Randy Hill, an attorney originally from Washington, D.C.

Frank Tangredi, an editor from West Babylon, New York

Steve Newman, a computer consultant from Rockville, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Most spiders spin these, but a bolas spider spins a line of silk with a sticky ball attached to catch prey
    $100 19
In a wedding rhyme this colorful phrase follows, "something borrowed"
    $100 11
This late Iranian religious leader was born Ruhollah Hindi around 1901
    $100 3
He not only starred in "Bonnie and Clyde", he produced it
    $100 8
This statue of a goddess was found in 1820 with pieces of her arms but they later disappeared
    $100 26
A board game based on his career has playing pieces shaped like hound dogs & pink Cadillacs
    $200 2
Like its close relative the octopus, the argonaut has this many arms
    $200 21
In "Don Quixote" Cervantes wrote, "The pot calls the kettle" this color
    $200 12
Charles Revson began this cosmetics company in 1932 with a $300 investment
    $200 4
1980's "Any Which Way You Can" was a sequel to this 1978 film
    $200 9
Annibale Carracci was just one of the many who painted the Holy Family's flight into this country
    $200 27
Completes Kentucky's state motto, "United We Stand..."
    $300 10
Mature female cats are known by this regal term
    $300 22
"The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in" these
    $300 13
Mary Mallon, a cook, was dubbed this for her ability to spread a certain disease
    $300 5
"The Love Bug",
"What's Up, Doc?" &
"Bullitt" all featured cars speeding through this city's streets
    DD: $900 15
This American artist thought of his paintings as music, calling them "arrangements" or "symphonies"
    $300 29
In 1991, this 95-year-old said, "I'm gonna stay in show business until I'm the only one left"
    $400 18
The argali are the largest wild ones of these animals; one type is named for Marco Polo
    $400 23
"I never saw" this color "cow; I never hope to see one"
    $400 14
Trinity College of Durham, North Carolina changed its name to honor this family prominent in the tobacco industry
    $400 6
This top film of 1977 was the 4th episode of a 9-film series of which only the middle 3 have been made
    $400 16
Born in a Jewish Russian ghetto in 1887, he often painted Jewish imagery like "Rabbi with Torah"
    $400 30
You'll find this liquor in a Black Russian, a Russian cocktail & a Russian Bear
    $500 20
Despite its name, the pronghorn antelope, native to this continent, is not a true antelope
    $500 24
In "She Stoops to Conquer" Oliver Goldsmith wrote of this color of perfection
    $500 25
King's successor as Southern Christian Leadership Conference president who said, "You can kill the dreamer, but you cannot kill the dream"
    $500 7
In a 1973 hit movie it followed "The Set-Up", "The Hook", "The Tale", "The Wire" & "The Shut-Out"
    $500 17
What the title "Eaters" ate in van Gogh's work
    $500 28
Late Spanish classical guitarist whose honors included "The Grand Cross of Isabel"

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

Steve Frank Randy
$900 $1,300 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Frank Randy
$4,700 $3,300 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 24
Davis made Stephen Mallory secretary of this, a tough job since the South didn't have one at the time
    $200 8
The Riverside Shakespeare Co. gave a reading of this play in Central Park on the Ides of March in 1989
    $200 16
Guadeloupe & Martinique are among this country's overseas departments
    $200 1
Treat glycerol with nitric & sulfuric acid to make this explosive found in dynamite
    $200 15
In 1977, he wrote "Variations" for his brother, cellist Julian Lloyd Webber
    $200 25
The vegetable that turns New England red flannel hash red
    $400 20
At the First Battle of Bull Run General Barnard Bee gave this man his nickname & was killed
    $400 7
Act V of this play opens in the woods in front of Timon's cave
    $400 23
In 1979 Jura became this country's 23rd canton
    $400 3
By definition an anhydrous mineral is essentially without this
    $400 14
He wrote "God Bless America" while serving in the Army in World War I
    $400 26
Often served batter-dipped & deep fried, these pork intestines are popular in the South
    $600 17
If Lewis Payne had killed this Secretary of State April 14, 1865, we might have only 49 states
    $600 2
Tempestuous daughter who asks Prospero to allay the wild waters
    $600 18
According to tradition, this tiny republic was founded by a Christian stonecutter named Marinus
    $600 4
It's the tendency of a body to resist a change in its state of motion
    $600 11
This Talking Heads lead singer wrote the score for Twyla Tharp's ballet "The Catherine Wheel"
    $600 27
Despite its name, this stuffing ingredient isn't really rice, but the seed of an aquatic grass Indians harvest
    $800 19
He took New Orleans April 25, 1862 without damning any torpedoes
    $800 5
This title character is the daughter of Calchas, a Trojan priest
    $800 21
With over 5 million people it's the smallest & most densely populated nation in Central America
    $800 9
13 types of Darwin's finches, the group he first described, are unique to this island group
    $800 12
The vocal soloist in a synagogue; this term can also refer to the leader of a church choir
    $800 28
Invented in America, this cheese was named for a 19th century German-American choral society in New York
    $1000 6
Play in which Bassanio says, "Gratiano speaks an infinite deal of nothing, more than any man in all Venice"
    DD: $3,000 22
Grand Duke Jean has ruled this country since 1964
    $1000 10
This discoverer of the circulation of the blood was court physician to James I & Charles I
    DD: $2,700 13
Mendelssohn was inspired to write this symphony at the ruins of Holyrood Castle

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Frank Randy
$8,500 $7,400 $400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the largest company on the Fortune 500 named for a person

Final scores:

Steve Frank Randy
$14,801 $14,800 $399
3-day champion: $42,002 2nd place: home security system 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Frank Randy
$7,900 $8,100 $400
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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Game tape date: 1991-08-05
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