Show #1611 - Monday, September 9, 1991

Steve Newman game 4.
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Kevin Kerrane, a professor and writer from Newark, Delaware

Tracey Vincent, a lawyer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Steve Newman, a computer consultant from Rockville, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $42,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
O'Connell Street is this European capital's main boulevard
    $100 23
Shortly before Edith died this show changed its name to "Archie Bunker's Place"
    $100 6
The red stalks of this vegetable are popularly used in sauces & in strawberry pie
    $100 7
William could tell you this informal name for a small wooden club
    $100 10
Pete Townshend said he smashed these instruments because, "I like them"
    $100 13
This Rhode Islander painted portraits of our first six presidents
    $200 2
Now Ecuador's capital, in 1487 it became the northern capital of the Inca Empire
    $200 26
Eve Arden was honored by the National Education Association for her role as a teacher on this sitcom
    $200 22
The French call this part of the chicken, "pilon", for its resemblance to a pestle
    $200 8
Called the first form of ammunition, there was even an age named for them
    $200 11
He planned his Ring Cycle to be a tragedy of the most shattering effectiveness
    $200 14
This flamboyant Confederate who wore plumed hats was only 31 when he was mortally wounded in 1864
    $300 3
The Rashtrapati Bhavan, or presidential house, in this capital, has 340 rooms
    $300 27
The Jeffersons moved on up to Manhattan's East Side after George made a fortune in this business
    $300 24
The name of this thick Creole soup comes from an African word for okra
    $300 9
In 1936, Hermann Göring said these "will make you powerful, butter will only make us fat"
    $300 12
When flautist James Galway tried this instrument, he said, "It was like trying to blow an octopus"
    $300 17
He retired from auto racing in 1973 after his teammate Francois Cevert was killed
    $400 4
This city's most important avenue, Rasheed Street, parallels the Tigris River
    $400 28
Edward Mulhare was the hauntingly handsome Captain Daniel Gregg on this series
    $400 25
From the French for "with scrapings", it's the brown crust of butter & bread crumbs, or grated cheese
    $400 20
A maliciously destructive critique or a bit of business for Carrie Nation
    DD: $700 15
Igor Stravinsky called it "semaphoring"
    $400 18
He was married to actress Jean Simmons when he starred in "The Prisoner of Zenda" in 1952
    $500 5
This capital city lies on the Red River in the Tonkin Delta
    $500 30
Before making it big in the movies Tom Hanks starred in this TV sitcom
    $500 29
This sweet red syrup made from pomegranates is used to add color & flavor to a cocktail
    $500 21
The U.S. Army pays $1.8 million for each M1 Abrams, which is this, & $3,300 for decoy copies
    $500 16
This composer's last words were said to be these poignant ones, "I shall hear in heaven"
    $500 19
In 1964 this associate justice defined obscenity as "I know it when I see it"

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

Steve Tracey Kevin
$400 $1,700 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Tracey Kevin
$1,900 $4,500 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
By the time she married Rhett Butler she'd been widowed twice
    $200 12
Tegere, "to cover", gave us the name of this garment of ancient Rome
    $200 10
Accompanied by a Nepalese guide, J.W. Whittaker was the first American to reach the top of this mountain
    $200 17
Gustav III was king of this Scandinavian country during the American Revolution
    $200 11
Completes the line from the Lord's Prayer, "Give us this day"
    $200 27
Thought to bring bad luck, this bill was withdrawn from circulation in 1966, it was later reissued
    $400 1
Esther Greenwood, an aspiring poet, suffers a mental breakdown in this 1963 Sylvia Plath novel
    $400 13
Bandicoots & wallabies are members of this order, whose name comes from the Greek for "to purse"
    $400 8
The name of these New York mountains is from Dutch for "Wildcat Creek"
    $400 18
Stephen I, first crowned king of this country, was the son of Gejza the supreme Magyar chieftain
    $400 22
9 New Testament books are named for the 7 places to which he wrote epistles
    DD: $2,200 26
U.S. paper currency bears the signatures of the two people holding these offices
    $600 2
First introduced in "A Portrait of the Artist as Young Man", Stephen Dedalus later appears in this novel
    $600 14
The name of this type of aircraft comes for the Greek meaning "spiral wings"
    $600 6
Great Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis, is in this country
    $600 19
Erik Bloodax of this land of the midnight sun earned his name by killing 7 of his 8 brothers
    $600 25
This man of Bethany was dead four days when Jesus said, "Come forth" and he that was dead came forth
    $600 23
The portrait of Lincoln on the $5 bill is based on a photo by this Civil War photographer
    $800 3
Kurt Vonnegut novel that focuses on Billy Pilgrim, a soldier in Dresden in World War II
    $800 15
This word for a powerful businessman comes from the Latin, meaning "great"
    $800 7
Clingmans Dome in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the highest point in this state
    DD: $800 20
The only child of Henry VIII & Catherine of Aragon who survived infancy
    $800 28
According to Mark & John she was the first person see Christ after the resurrection
    $800 24
The Treasury seal on Federal Reserve notes is green; it is this color on United States notes
    $1000 4
Major General Edward Cummings is one of the main characters in this 1948 Norman Mailer novel
    $1000 16
Single reed instrument named for its 19th century inventor
    $1000 9
Morocco's Mount Toubkal is the highest peak of this mountain system
    $1000 21
King Manuel II was forced to flee this country in 1910; a republic replaced the monarchy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Tracey Kevin
$9,300 $8,700 $2,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This country hoped to get the 1996 games as it would have been 100 years since it last had them

Final scores:

Steve Tracey Kevin
$17,800 $17,400 $2
4-day champion: $59,802 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Tracey Kevin
$7,500 $8,400 $2,600
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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Game tape date: 1991-08-06
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