Show #1468 - Wednesday, January 9, 1991

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Pat Timpane-Tuohy, a consultant from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Shane Pederson, a statistician originally from Fulda, Minnesota

Donna Friedman, a reporter from Anchorage, Alaska (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
When these women warriors had male babies, they killed them or made them slaves
    $100 27
Legend has it that this hat should have 100 pleats to stand for the 100 ways to prepare eggs
    $100 13
This 1979 coin was called "the Agony dollar" because the public disliked it so much
    $100 19
Liberty Day, March 23, is the anniversary of his "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" speech
    $100 1
He "can take a sunrise, sprinkle it with dew, cover it in chocolate and a miracle or two"
    $100 2
The Bundesrat & Bundestag
    $200 12
Among the "A" men this Greek goddess of love loved were Aries, Adonis & Anchises
    $200 28
Red dye made in this Moroccan city provided the color for this, formerly the national hat of Turkey
    $200 14
This bill got its nickname because the Roman numeral on it resembles a sawhorse or sawbuck
    $200 20
Lest you forget, Shopping Reminder Day will remind you there are only 24 more days until this
    $200 4
You must remember this Herman Hupfeld song that Dooley Wilson sang in Casablanca
    $200 3
The Diet or Kokkai
    $300 18
The Trojan hero of a masterpiece by Virgil
    $300 29
An Italian city that was a center for hat fashions gave us this term for a maker of women's hats
    $300 15
The two-word term that denotes coins & bills that can be used as lawful money to pay debts
    $300 21
January 19, the birthday of this general, is also celebrated as Confederate Heroes Day
    $300 5
The theme song from a James Bond film called him "The man with the Midas touch"
    $300 9
The Knesset
    $400 23
Roman goddess of dawn for whom certain nightlights in the sky are named
    $400 26
Although he went hatless through much of his campaign, JFK wore this type of hat at his inauguration
    $400 16
This $10 gold piece, issued from 1795-1933, was named for the bird on its back
    DD: $700 22
National Handwriting Day is popularly observed on the birthday of this famous American
    $400 6
In "Over the Rainbow," "troubles melt like" these "away above the chimney tops"
    $400 10
The Cortes
    $500 24
Sophocles wrote a play about this daughter of the incestuous union between Oedipus & Jocasta
    $500 30
In the late 1800s & early 1900s hats were decorated with feathers from a marabou, a type of this bird
    $500 17
This U.S. Secretary of the Treasury issued the first greenbacks in 1861
    $500 25
In Islam, the festival of the breaking of the fast marks the end of this holy month
    $500 7
Title line that follows, "Here I go again, I hear those trumpets blow again, all aglow again"
    $500 11
The Dail & the Senate

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Donna Shane Pat
$1,600 $1,600 -$500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Shane Pat
$1,700 $3,000 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
By July 1941 the Japanese referred to this forthcoming attack as Operation Hawaii
    $200 21
A terminated employee is said to receive this color dismissal slip
    $200 24
A Great & a Little pass through the Alps are named for this saint & so are the dogs
    $200 6
According to Shakespeare, this noblest Roman was the last to stab Julius Caesar
    $200 16
99% of all Egyptians live in the basin of this river
    $200 1
These dumplings can be steamed, fried, or served in the soup named for them
    $400 12
The German equivalent of the British RAF
    $400 22
A contemptible person might be described as this color dog
    $400 25
Credited with saving this city from pestilence, St. Genevieve is its patron saint
    $400 7
A Dutch dancer & spy went by this name, meaning "eye of the day"
    $400 17
Budapest's Vigado concert hall faces this musical river
    $400 2
Seasonal alternate name for egg rolls
    $600 13
During the war, Kim Philby was employed by both England & this country
    $600 23
In judo, those who make it to the rank just below a black belt wear this color
    DD: $1,100 26
Son of a Basque nobleman, he founded the Jesuits specifically to serve the Pope
    $600 8
Rimsky-Korsakov scored Pushkin's drama about the possible poisoning of this composer by Salieri
    $600 18
This peninsula was named for the Ebro River
    $600 3
The name aside, these coated & buried eggs are rarely more than a few months old
    $800 14
The British public morale-building "V for Victory" campaign used this work's first four notes
    $800 30
In a 1985 hit, Prince sang about a girl who wore this color beret
    $800 29
In 1964 this Pope canonized the 22 Martyrs of Uganda, Christians killed in the 19th century
    DD: $1,200 9
Lewis Payne, David Herold, George Atzerodt & Mary Surratt were all hanged for conspiring in his murder
    $800 19
Explored by & named for Theodore Roosevelt, the Rio Roosevelt is in this country
    $800 4
Both the peas & the pod of this type of pea are eaten
    $1000 15
When the Allies landed at Normandy, this German who was the defending general was back in Germany
    $1000 28
French for "raw", it refers to a light tan or beige color
    $1000 27
John of the Cross described how a mystic loses earthly attachment in "The Dark Night of" this
    $1000 10
Some of his hijack money was found in Washington where he is thought to have jumped to his death
    $1000 20
1 of 2 states besides Tennessee through which the Tennessee River flows
    $1000 5
This is a mixture of pork, scallions, eggs, etc., rolled inside a thin pancake

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Shane Pat
$3,800 $5,400 $3,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Name of the 1883 autobiographical work whose 6th chapter is titled "A Cub-Pilot's Experience"

Final scores:

Donna Shane Pat
$1 $3,200 $5
3rd place New champion: $3,200 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Donna Shane Pat
$6,800 $5,400 $3,200
21 R,
6 W
(including 3 DDs)
18 R,
1 W
10 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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Game tape date: 1990-10-09
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