Show #1633 - Wednesday, October 9, 1991

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Tim House, a high school teacher from Lancaster, California

Bernie Sandalo, a corporate communications manager from Culver City, California

Cathy Gahn, an attorney from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1940s
    $100 4
No one knows how 1940s star pitcher Leroy Paige got this nickname
    $100 13
According to Genesis, God formed him of the dust of the ground
    $100 1
His "Wild and Crazy Guy" LP won a 1978 Grammy for Best Comedy Recording
    $100 17
The National Safety Council reports that most accidents occur here, not at work
    $100 3
Position in football named because it was one fourth as far from center as full back
    $100 26
When Alice plays this game, her flamingo mallet deserts her & tries to fly up a tree
    $200 5
Edward Stettinius Jr.
was America's first delegate to this new organization
    $200 20
When the soldiers came to arrest Jesus, Judas identified him in this manner
    $200 2
In 1938, this American aviator was awarded a German medal
by Hermann Goering
    $200 18
Device placed around a limb and tightened to stop bleeding; it can do more harm than good
    $200 7
This Indian title associated with Gandhi means "great soul"
    $200 27
This snooty hookah smoker is exactly three inches tall
    $300 6
During World War II, Norman Rockwell came up with this riveting woman for a Saturday Evening Post cover
    $300 23
Wishing to stay with Naomi, she said,
"Wither thou goest I will go"
    $300 11
This poet's "Abraham Lincoln the Warrior" won a 1940 Pulitzer Prize for history
    $300 19
Before moving a person with a broken bone,
immobilize it with one of these
    $300 8
Animal used as a symbol of a sports team; it comes from the Latin for "witch"
    $300 28
This rodent may have been based on Dante Gabriel Rossetti's pet wombat which slept on the table
    $400 15
Back in the 40s, CD didn't mean compact discs or certificate of deposit, but this
    $400 24
In First Corinthians, Chapter 13, Verse 13,
the apostle Paul called this the greatest of the three virtues
    $400 12
This Dick Tracy creator won Reuben Awards for outstanding cartoonist of the year in 1959 & 1977
    $400 21
Butter should never be used to treat these; it may increase the chance of infection
    $400 9
This word for a congressman's pleasure trip comes from a dairy dessert
    $400 29
After the Duchess flings her baby boy at Alice,
he turns into one of these animals
    $500 16
On June 20, 1947, the president vetoed this labor act, but Congress overrode it
    $500 25
According to Exodus, Aaron used jewelry donated by the Israelites to make this
    DD: $500 14
2 of 3 actors to receive Best Supporting Actor Oscar nominations for
"On the Waterfront"
    $500 22
This foundation in Turlock, California issues tags to ID problems like allergies or diabetes
    $500 10
A fraud, it's from the name of the Italian village of Cerreto,
famous for its quacks
    $500 30
Alice's last words at the Knave of Hearts trial
are, "you're nothing but a pack of" these

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

Cathy Bernie Tim
$1,100 $200 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Bernie Tim
$2,900 $2,800 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The original title of this Erich Maria Remarque novel was "Im Westen nichts Neues"
    $200 14
These electromagnetic rays were once called Roentgen rays
    $200 28
97% of the population speaks Greek & about the same percentage belong to this church
    $200 11
This commander of the Continental Army actually lost more battles than he won
    $200 17
A chifferobe is a combination of a wardrobe & a chest of these
    $200 6
"When falls the Colosseum, this city shall fall & when it falls, the world"
    $400 2
Appropriately, this 18th century Scotsman set "The Black Dwarf"
in 18th century Scotland
    $400 18
The solar one is defined as the time it takes Earth to make two appearances at the first point of Aries
    $400 12
He used Lee's resolutions and Virginia's Bill of Rights for the Declaration of Independence
    $400 21
Name of the pouch-like receptacles at the corners and sides of a billiards table
    $400 7
Matthew Arnold called this British university city,
"that sweet city with her dreaming spires"
    $600 3
Pearl Buck's 1948 novel "Peony" tells the story of a Jewish family living in this country
    $600 19
Researchers have named a new form of carbon buckyballs from its resemblance to his
geodesic domes
    $600 13
Clarksburg, West Virginia, & Clarksville, Tennessee were named for this hero of the
Revolution in the West
    $600 23
An angel bed usually has a suspended one of these that doesn't extend to the bed's full length
    $600 8
Nietzsche said, "As an artist, a man has no home in Europe save in this city"
    $800 4
Bruce Gold is the title character of this Joseph Heller satire on American values
    $800 20
When certain substances are cooled near absolute zero and lose electrical resistance, they become
    $800 27
Many Minoan treasures are displayed in the Archaeological Museum in Heraklion on this island
    $800 15
The range of the American muskets was less than 100 yards,
so troops on Breed's Hill were told this
    $800 24
A fumeur is an 18th century chair made specially for people who did this
    $800 9
On June 26th, 1963, JFK said, "All free men wherever they may live are citizens of this city"
    $1000 5
This author of "The Octopus" said of his work, "I told them the truth"
    DD: $1,500 22
The standard unit of measurement for electric current is named for this French physicist
    $1000 26
In 1981, this former US citizen was elected premier
    $1000 16
Legend says the band played this tune when the British marched out of Yorktown to lay down their arms
    $1000 25
The folding Savonarola chair of the Renaissance had a frame shaped like this consonant
    DD: $1,200 10
Oliver Wendell Holmes said, this city's state house "is the hub of the solar system"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Bernie Tim
$4,900 $2,500 $6,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1912, she bought a London home which became famous for its ornamental lake with swans

Final scores:

Cathy Bernie Tim
$900 $1 $2,599
2nd place: Singer Quantum XL1 sewing machine & Bob Mitchell Designs wall coverings 3rd place: Magnavox 20" TV & NES with Super Jeopardy! + Wheel of Fortune & InfoGenius for Game Boy New champion: $2,599

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cathy Bernie Tim
$5,400 $4,000 $6,000
17 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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Game tape date: 1991-08-20
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