Show #1629 - Thursday, October 3, 1991

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Kerry Moynihan, an executive search consultant from New York City, New York

Aaron Gershowitz, a refugee resettlement coordinator from New York City, New York

Rita Stein, a freelance editor from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
In 1952 he began using an X in place of the surname Little which he said came from slave masters
    $100 11
The part of this organ that controls balance & movement is the cerebellum
    $100 13
An oak or elm at no charge
    $100 19
This lower case letter precedes a number like 2.8 to designate a lens opening
    $100 1
Fast term for the genre of bread that includes biscuits & muffins & is easy to bake
    $100 6
Despite its name this type of butter hasn't been punished; it's just had air beaten into it
    $200 27
Her debut album, the all-time bestseller by a woman, featured the song, "How Will I Know"
    $200 12
As its name indicates, this muscle on the back of the upper arm has 3 heads
    $200 14
A thin French pancake wrapped around a Concord filling
    DD: $1,000 20
For photography this award is given in spot news & feature categories
    $200 2
This soft, moist bread, popular in the South, is often eaten with the utensil for which it's named
    $200 7
It's the leading butter producing province in Canada, or should we say "beurre" producing province
    $300 28
In April 1991 he went 12 rounds with Evander Holyfield to try to recapture the heavyweight title
    $300 15
The tendon named for this mythological character links the calf muscles to the heel bones
    $300 16
A canary-colored stringed instrument
    $300 21
You'd use color reversal film to produce these
    $300 3
Even a beginner could tell you the name of this yeast mixture that's used to make sourdough
    $300 8
Your great great grandma may have made butter in one of these with a stirring stick called a dasher
    $400 29
In 1966 Robert Weaver became the first head of this Cabinet department
    $400 24
This spongy, reddish-brown gland in the abdominal cavity metabolizes carbohydrates
    $400 17
Goliath, to his accountant or lawyer
    $400 22
In October 1990, a Cincinnati art museum was cleared of obscenity charges for exhibiting his work
    $400 4
Pumpernickel originated in this region of Germany which is also known for its ham
    $400 9
Butter curls should be dropped in this to set their shape
    $500 30
He served in the Illinois House & Illinois Senate before becoming Chicago's mayor in 1983
    $500 25
This large triangular bone is formed by the fusion of 5 vertebrae of the pelvic region
    $500 18
A quarter moon in shimmering rainbow-like colors
    $500 23
Abbreviated SLR, this type of camera uses the same lens for viewing & taking the picture
    $500 5
The Italian name for breadsticks isn't "sticko de breado" but this
    $500 10
The highest rating that the USDA gives to butter is this grade

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

Rita Aaron Kerry
$1,200 $1,100 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rita Aaron Kerry
$1,700 $4,400 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This Swiss city is the headquarters of the International Red Cross
    $200 6
Empress known as the "Little Mother of all the Russias"
    $200 11
The rotunda Thomas Jefferson designed for this university was inspired by the Pantheon in Rome
    $200 26
The elastic-rebound theory is one guess at the cause of these
    $200 19
This word, often paired with null, means having no legal force or effect
    $200 16
Britannica says Dickens tossed off this holiday story while writing "Martin Chuzzlewit"
    $400 2
This seaport is Germany's largest newspaper & publishing center
    $400 7
Showman known as "The Prince of Humbugs"
    $400 12
This Durham, North Carolina school was its own 7,700 acre forest
    $400 27
This molten rock material beneath the Earth's surface is the source of igneous rocks
    $400 20
A title to property held by one party for another's benefit; it can be irrevocable or living
    $400 17
His 1st major work written in the 1st person, it used parts of the autobiography he'd abandoned
    $600 3
Napoleon called this Italian city's Piazza San Marco "the most beautiful drawing room in Europe"
    $600 8
"The Sun King"
    $600 13
Founded in 1834, the Medical College of Louisiana eventually gave rise to this university
    $600 28
Things described as fluvial have to do with these geographic features
    $600 21
In this system half the wages of each spouse is considered owned by the other
    $600 18
In "Bleak House" Dickens wrote, "I only ask to be free"; these insects "are free"
    $800 4
France's 5th largest city, it, not Cannes, is the largest on the French Riviera
    $800 9
Wisconsin senator who liked to be known as "Tailgunner Joe"
    $800 14
Harley College in Nathaniel Hawthorne's novel "Fanshawe" was modeled on his alma mater Bowdoin College in this state
    $800 29
The Jurassic period is the middle period of this middle era
    $800 22
Term for a copy of the record of a trial or hearing
    DD: $5,900 24
"A Tale of Two Cities" is set late in this century
    $1000 5
While under Japanese control from 1904-1945, this South Korean seaport was known as Jinsen
    DD: $2,000 10
This 19th century South Carolina senator was called "The Great Nullifier"
    $1000 15
The year the Civil War began this college was founded in Poughkeepsie, New York
    $1000 30
At mid-ocean ridges a new seafloor is being created by outpourings of this dark volcanic rock
    $1000 23
2-word term for the power of a state to take property for its use after paying compensation
    $1000 25
1838-39 work that exposed the ragged schools in the north of England & helped get them abolished

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rita Aaron Kerry
$14,800 $11,800 $600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 metallic elements whose names end in "D"

Final scores:

Rita Aaron Kerry
$5,900 $23,500 $1,200
2nd place: Mark King serigraph Reflections of Imperial Garden courtesy of Martin Lawrence Galleries & The Spoiler recliner from Action Recliners by Lane + Jeopardy! home game or computerized version New champion: $23,500 3rd place: Aiwa digital mini stereo system+ Jeopardy! home game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rita Aaron Kerry
$9,700 $10,000 $600
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
8 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $20,300

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Game tape date: 1991-08-19
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