Show #1632 - Tuesday, October 8, 1991

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Dave Ventura, a hotel office supervisor from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Cathy Gahn, an attorney from Los Angeles, California

Aaron Gershowitz, a refugee resettlement coordinator from New York City, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $39,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
NS is the official postal abbreviation for this Canadian province
    $100 22
It's the illicit duplicating of recorded material or robbery on the high seas
    $100 2
James Levine has been music director of this New York opera company since 1976
    $100 7
Though Beja, Berber & Nubian are still spoken, about 98% of Egyptians speak this language
    $100 19
A morion was a crested metal one of these worn by soldiers in the 16th and 17th century
    $100 10
A fairy tale feline known for his footwear or a brand of moist meals he might enjoy
    $200 9
The Russian Committee for State Security is better known by this abbreviation
    $200 25
A person is said to die intestate if he didn't do this before his death
    $200 3
Born Erica Mann, she wrote two books of poetry before soaring with "Fear of Flying" in 1973
    $200 8
Egypt borders these two seas
    $200 23
Similar styles of mens & ladies slippers were named for these star-crossed lovers
    $200 11
We assume Morris the Cat has this many lives because of the brand of cat food he advertises
    $300 13
The last prophetic book of the Old Testament, it's abbreviated Mal.
    $300 26
Under federal law nearly all offenses other than felonies are classified as these
    $300 4
At a meet in Spain Sergei Bubka became the first to clear 20 feet in this field event
    $300 18
Rubble from the building of Ramses VI's tomb protected this pharaoh's tomb from robbers
    $300 24
A skirt support whose name sounds like something you need to play basketball
    $300 12
Cartoon cat pictured on boxes of ALPO Gourmet dinner
    $400 14
Verb tense abbreviated plupf.
    $400 29
It's the formal charge made by a grand jury which is read during an arraignment
    $400 5
He was a photojournalist for Look magazine before directing "Lolita" & "Dr. Strangelove"
    $400 20
A suburb of Cairo, this city where the Great Pyramid is located, is Egypt's 3rd largest
    $400 27
British designer known as the mother of the mini skirt
    $400 16
Adjective that precedes Vittles in the name of a moist cat food by Ralston Purina
    $500 15
The supposed ability to move objects with mental power, it's abbreviated PK
    $500 30
In a criminal case the accused's guilt must be proved beyond this
    $500 6
Teddy Kollek has been mayor of this Middle Eastern city for over 25 years
    DD: $1,000 21
Construction of this began in 1960 & cost about $1 billion
    $500 28
You didn't have to be part of an angry crowd, as the name implies, to wear one of these women's caps
    $500 17
Kal Kan makes cat food named for these feline features

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Aaron Cathy Dave
$1,800 $1,200 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Aaron Cathy Dave
$3,800 $1,500 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
In a 296,000 word report the Warren Commission concluded he acted alone
    $200 1
Song from this musical include "Food, Glorious Food" & "Boy For Sale"
    $200 21
The real name of this 5-year-old Swiss orphan is Adelheid
    $200 15
The part of this, below the surface of the skin, rests in a bag-like structure called a follicle
    $200 24
Vinson Massif, overlooking the Ronne ice shelf, is this continent's highest peak
    $200 5
This angel whose name is Hebrew for "man of God" announced the birth of John the Baptist to Zacharias
    $400 11
To honor the 400th anniversary of America's discovery the Columbian Exposition was held in this city in 1893
    DD: $1,000 2
Tony-winning Broadway show that gave us the following song:

"Nighttime sharpens, heightens each sensation / Darkness wakes and stirs imagination..."
    $400 22
The narrator of this story, the Usher's only friend, is never identified by name
    $400 16
Of 18, 24 or 30, the number of ribs in a human body
    DD: $3,000 25
Homer described it as basking in a cloudless sky, undisturbed by storms or rain
    $400 6
Among lizards, only this family has a distinctly audible voice
    $600 12
In opposition to Pres. Jackson, Henry Clay & Daniel Webster formed this political party in 1834
    $600 3
This longest-running musical in theater history is based on Edmond Rostand's play "Les Romanesques"
    $600 23
Medea is married to this king whom she once helped to acquire the Golden Fleece
    $600 17
Inhaling & exhaling results mainly from the contraction of this muscle
    $600 28
The Garonne River of France & the Segre of Spain both rise in this chain
    $600 7
On June 29, 1613, this London theater burnt down during a performance of "Henry VIII"
    $800 13
In 1702, this colonial preacher & scholar published his "Magnalia Christi Americana"
    $800 4
The Irish ballad "How Are Things In Glocca Morra?" was introduced in this musical
    $800 26
Aslan is the great lion in this author's stories of Narnia
    $800 19
This leaf-shaped structure forms a lid preventing swallowed food from entering the windpipe
    $800 29
The Alps are a continuation of these mountains which extend along the Italian peninsula
    $800 8
Victor Hugo's home is now a museum on this 2nd largest of the Channel Islands
    $1000 14
The Monroe Doctrine was masterminded by this Secretary of State who later became president
    $1000 18
It's based on Damon Runyon's short story "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown"
    $1000 27
"K" is the young man seeking admission to the castle in this man's unfinished novel "The Castle"
    $1000 20
This largest nerve of the body extends down the back of the thigh to the foot
    $1000 30
This country has 3 Sierra Madre ranges; Oriental, Occidental & del Sur
    $1000 9
In 157 A.D. this Greek was appointed physician to the gladiators at Pergamon

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Aaron Cathy Dave
$7,400 $7,500 $8,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

After his Mercury flight, he named his Gemini capsule "Molly Brown"

Final scores:

Aaron Cathy Dave
$2,700 $3,500 $2,600
2nd place: trip to Palm Springs & stay at La Quinta Hotel & Catalina swimwear/sportswear + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger New champion: $3,500 3rd place: Dahon Mountain Gold mountain bike + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Aaron Cathy Dave
$6,900 $6,900 $6,200
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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Game tape date: 1991-08-20
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