Show #1533 - Wednesday, April 10, 1991

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John Graziano, a painter and artist from Boston, Massachusetts

Les Friedman, a humanities teacher from Manlius, New York

Jennifer Gottschalk, an attorney originally from Kensington, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Those letters will figure prominently in all of the correct responses.)
    $100 3
In 1939, Jimmy Stewart went to Washington in this role
    $100 16
When the governor of Oklahoma declared martial law to control this racist group, he was impeached
    $100 10
Jefferson thought it "big enough for 2 emperors, 1 pope, & the Grand Lama in the bargain"
    $100 17
It's the point on the Earth's surface directly above the focus of an earthquake
    $100 24
The book of knowledge says it or a tool left on it may fall on you, so don't walk under one
    $100 1
This late actress has been called "America's First Lady of Comedy"
    $200 4
In a series of 66 films in the 1930s & 1940s, William Boyd starred as this Western hero
    $200 22
This Italian leader was knighted by Britain's King George V
    $200 11
The 1st name of Jefferson's wife & 1st daughter; the daughter's middle name was Washington
    $200 18
The Grand Canyon is the result of this process by which the Earth's surface is worn away
    $200 25
When Satan went to St. Dunstan to be reshod, he vowed not to enter a home with one on it
    $200 2
Peter Pan was the leader of these denizens of Neverland
    $300 5
Jessica Lange lip-synched this late country singer's recordings in 1985's "Sweet Dreams"
    DD: $1,000 23
Title of the following song, a big hit in 1923:
    $300 12
In 1807 Jefferson tried to have this man, his first vice president, convicted for treason
    $300 19
Collective term for the waters of the Earth as distinguished from the atmosphere & lithosphere
    $300 26
When Loki crashed a banquet at Valhalla, it made him this number guest, & Balder died
    $300 6
This song went to #1 after Los Lobos recorded it for Richie Valens' film bio
    $400 9
In addition to directing Dustin Hoffman in this 1982 film, Sydney Pollack played Hoffman's agent
    $400 29
Time reported the Attorney General decided it was legal for women to wear these when & where they wanted
    $400 14
Jefferson founded it in 1819, an accomplishment mentioned on his tombstone
    $400 20
The hardness of a mineral is often measured on this scale named for a German mineralogist
    $400 27
Some say it's from the fact that when opened indoors, they tend to poke people & knock things over
    $400 7
Though this former USC professor has written many books about love, he remains a bachelor
    $500 13
This 1983 Richard Gere film was a remake of a 1959 Jean-Luc Godard classic
    $500 30
Dorothy Sayers introduced this blue-blooded sleuth to the world in her mystery, "Whose Body?"
    $500 15
Jefferson's oath of office was administered by this man, his cousin & Chief Justice of the United States
    $500 21
More than 75% of the world's active volcanoes lie within this belt encircling the Pacific Ocean
    $500 28
People do this when they make a wish, from the belief a wish is held at the point where lines intersect
    $500 8
This former St. Louis Cardinal still holds the N.L. record for most stolen bases in a season

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Jennifer Les John
$1,300 $900 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Les John
$2,700 $3,100 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We're going to test your math.)
    $200 2
Between Minnesota & Wisconsin, this river widens a bit, forming Lake Pippin
    $200 23
A dance of the 1960s or a tall African tribe that has a lion dance, among others
    $200 5
He fled Louis Napoleon's France & wrote most of "Les Miserables" on the Channel Islands
    $200 1
To make a tovarich cocktail, you need Kummel, lime juice, & this liquor, comrade
    $200 15
This ruler who executed John the Baptist was eventually banished by the Roman Emperor
    $200 20
In nursery rhymes, it's the number of men in a tub plus the number of King Cole's fiddlers
    $400 3
The U.S. Naval Academy is on this bay
    $400 24
The Bharatanatyam, a dance form of this country, includes 36 glances to express emotion
    $400 6
He published "The American" the year after settling permanently in Britain
    $400 11
This aromatic wine's name comes from the German for wormwood, one of its former ingredients
    $400 16
In the 9th century, these nomads conquered most of what is now Hungary & became the dominant people
    $400 21
Deadly sins plus commandments
    $600 4
A January film festival & skiing attract visitors to Park City, a suburb of this state capital
    $600 25
In 1919, this Russian male dancer's career was cut short by insanity
    $600 7
She bought Hilltop Farm near Surrey in 1905; it appears in her illustrations for "Tom Kitten"
    $600 12
In a TV ad, Leslie Nielsen called this company's light beer "the official beer of the '90s"
    $600 17
In 1687, Edmond Halley financed the publication of this English scientist's "Principia"
    $600 27
Lucky number of leaves on a clover plus the unlucky number on a match
    $800 9
The site of Pawtucket is part of the land he purchased from the Narragansett Indians
    $800 26
Her autobiography, "My Life", was published in late 1927, several months after her death
    DD: $1,000 8
Important locations in his life include 34 Tite Street, the Old Bailey, & Reading Gaol
    DD: $1,000 13
Perth, in this country, is the home of Dewar's
    $800 18
British troops remained in this country from 1882's Battle of Tel-El-Kebir until 1956
    $1000 10
Fort Raleigh is a National Historic Site on this island
    $1000 28
Born in Italy & raised in Brooklyn, in 1949, he debuted his own Spanish dance company
    $1000 22
Virginia Woolf's group was formed in & named for this London neighborhood
    $1000 14
Of all the countries in the Western Hemisphere, this South American one produces the most wine
    $1000 19
By orders of Charles IX, thousands of Huguenots were murdered during this feast day massacre

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Les John
$3,900 $6,700 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

About 80% of the air traffic at Chicago's O'Hare airport comes from these 2 airlines

Final scores:

Jennifer Les John
$1,000 $3,590 $1,900
3rd place New champion: $3,590 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jennifer Les John
$3,900 $6,000 $5,700
14 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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Game tape date: 1991-02-12
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