Show #1613 - Wednesday, September 11, 1991

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Scott Zielan, a real estate appraiser from Los Angeles, California

Alice MacNamara, an office administrator from New Rochelle, New York

Pat Yergler, a writer from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
At various times Germany, Prussia & Russia have controlled this city, Poland's capital
    $100 4
"Peg" was a 1983 musical autobiography of this singer who starred in it
    $100 21
Hygroscopic substances have a tendency to absorb this
    $100 13
As its name indicates, the tangelo is a cross between a pomelo & this citrus fruit
    $100 1
The alternate title of her "Murder on the Orient Express" is "Murder on the Calais Coach"
    $100 15
A reliable person is "as honest as the day is" this
    $200 8
These mountains occupy more than 1/4 of Peru's land area
    $200 5
In titles of British musicals this word follows "Charlie" & "Me and My"
    $200 22
This element, important for bone strength, is the 3rd most abundant metal in the Earth's crust
    $200 14
Eating a couple sprigs of this garnish herb is a good treatment for garlic breath
    $200 2
Some Americans were extremely offended by this author's views of the U.S. in "Martin Chuzzlewit"
    $200 16
In a time-worn simile this adjective precedes "as a fiddle"
    $300 9
Haiti, Barbados & Belize are all part of this continent
    $300 6
In this musical Eliza attends the Ascot races with Mrs. Eynsford-Hill
    $300 23
The conversion of vapor to a liquid is called this
    $300 28
This type of grape was developed by Ephraim Bull in Massachusetts in the 1840s
    $300 3
E.M. Forster set his novel "The Longest Journey" at this university where he had attended King's College
    $300 17
An exceptionally clumsy person is like "a bull in" one of these establishments
    $400 10
Of the approximately 170 million people who speak Portuguese, the majority live in this country
    $400 11
Andre Previn teamed up with Alan J. Lerner to write the songs for this musical about Chanel
    $400 24
About 0.01 percent of this gas found in nature is the deuterium isotope
    DD: $1,000 29
This grain is the basis of hasty & Indian puddings
    $400 26
His short story collection "Mortal Coils" was published in 1922, 10 years before "Brave New World"
    $400 18
You don't have to sew to be "as neat as" one of these objects used by seamstresses
    $500 20
In less than an hour you can drive across this tiny country nestled between Spain and France
    $500 12
He wrote the songs for "Hello, Dolly!" in 1964 & "La Cage aux Folles" in 1984
    $500 25
This rock, the most abundant on land, is a popular tombstone material
    $500 30
Chavicine, piperidine & piperine are among the chemicals that put the spice in this spice
    $500 27
Prime minister who said, "When I want to read a novel, I write one", when George Eliot's "Daniel Deronda" was published
    $500 19
Something that turns out well "comes up smelling like" these flowers

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

Pat Alice Scott
$800 $1,400 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Alice Scott
$2,600 $1,700 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1970s
    $200 11
One of these celestial beings appears on Arkansas' seal along with an eagle & liberty
    $200 1
In 1979 Dan White was found guilty of killing George Moscone, this city's mayor
    $200 6
His vice presidential running mates were John Nance Garner, Henry Wallace & Harry Truman
    $200 21
Bernini was asked to draw plans for this French museum, but jealous French artists sabotaged it
    $200 26
The title of a Wordsworth sonnet tells us these women "fret not at their convent's narrow room"
    $200 16
In her freshman year at college this TV talk show host was named Miss Black Nashville & Miss Black Tennessee
    $400 12
The frigate Raleigh, built in Portsmouth in 1776, adorns this state seal
    $400 2
After 300 years of British rule this West Indies island chain gained its independence in 1973
    $400 7
Nuclear weapons development is the responsibility of this department, not Defense
    $400 22
From the Italian "grotta", "cave", it originally described overly ornate decor as in Nero's Golden House
    DD: $200 27
The Longfellow poem that includes the question, "Why don't you speak for yourself, John?"
    $400 17
Missouri's only national monument marks the birthplace of this famous scientist
    $600 13
One can see the Snake River & a man plowing among the items on this state seal
    $600 3
In 1978 John Paul I died, only a month after succeeding this pope
    $600 8
James Thompson, who left office in January 1991, was this state's governor for 14 years, longer than anyone
    $600 23
Tintoretto painted this biblical meal for the church of San Giorgio Maggiore
    $600 28
Ogden Nash asked, "Do you, my poppet, feel infirm? You probably contain" one of these
    $600 18
He was ABC's senior Capitol Hill correspondent before becoming chief Washington anchor for CNN
    $800 14
Because he once had a colony in Newfoundland, George Calvert put the fisherman on this state seal
    $800 4
Head of the FBI in 1978, he became CIA director in 1987
    $800 9
From 1975-1980 she served as Connecticut's first woman governor
    $800 24
Antonio Canova's nude model of this emperor is in the Wellington Museum in London
    $800 29
Poet who wrote, "Before I build a wall, I'd ask to know what I was walling in or walling out"
    DD: $1,500 19
A sculpture of this seamstress & civil rights heroine was unveiled recently at the Smithsonian
    $1000 15
Its seal shows a map of the state & the surrounding states of Mississippi, Florida, Georgia & Tennessee
    $1000 5
In January 1972, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman became the prime minister of this newly independent nation
    $1000 10
This Cabinet department publishes many periodicals, including the Consumer Price Index
    $1000 25
His "Calumny of Apelles" & "Birth of Venus" are in the Uffizi
    $1000 20
She died in Paris in 1975 during the 50th anniversary celebration of her Paris debut

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Alice Scott
$5,800 $1,100 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The day Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving, Americans observe this day

Final scores:

Pat Alice Scott
$0 $2,200 $3,999
3rd place 2nd place New champion: $3,999

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Alice Scott
$7,000 $1,100 $7,100
21 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
9 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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Game tape date: 1991-08-06
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