Show #2067 - Tuesday, September 7, 1993

Brian Moore game 1.


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Susan Cannon, a homemaker from Big Horn, Wyoming

Brian Moore, a teacher from Austin, Texas

Robert Pantel, a civil engineer from Lyme, New Hampshire (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
To become literate in this field, try "The Macintosh Companion" or "DOS for Dummies"
    $100 15
An evil spell or curse
    $100 26
Gale Hayman suggests using only the tip of the applicator when applying this to your lower lashes
    $100 7
George Washington called her "Patsy", a childhood nickname
    $100 1
"Reptilian" name for a long, flexible tool used to clear clogged drains
    $100 2
Mike Henry,
Buster Crabbe &
Johnny Weissmuller
    $200 18
A 1992 book, "The King & I", features interviews with 46 of his impersonators
    $200 20
Ice-T, Big Daddy Kane & Kool Moe Dee received 1991 Grammys for this type of music
    $200 27
Heloise hints that applying vinegar to your nails before a manicure will make this last longer
    $200 8
19 years after she left the White House in 1961, her Boone, Iowa birthplace was opened as a historic site
    $200 12
Ancient Roman plumbing was made of this heavy metal, now a concern in our water supply
    $200 3
Walter Huston,
Henry Fonda &
Raymond Massey
    $300 19
He "generalizes" about his life & the Persian Gulf War in "It Doesn't Take a Hero"
    $300 23
It can be slang for a boxer, or a Chinese dog with a snub nose & a wrinkled face
    $300 28
You can make a facial mask by mashing bananas or this guacamole ingredient
    $300 9
In the 1930s she studied dance with Martha Graham; in 1974, she became First Lady
    $300 13
To allow drains to flow better, a vent lets this into the system
    $300 4
Sandra Dee,
Deborah Walley &
Cindy Carol
    $400 21
This fitness guru talks about weight loss & some of the people he's inspired in "Never Give Up"
    $400 24
In 1961 Sue Thompson sang that these "movies make me cry"
    $400 29
This Christian Dior perfume shares its name with a Frank Herbert novel about a desert planet
    $400 10
Her maiden name was Elizabeth Wallace
    $400 14
Emerson Electric owns In-Sink-Erator, a major manufacturer of these devices
    $400 5
Lon Chaney,
Claude Rains &
Herbert Lom
    DD: $2,000 22
His "All I Really Need to Know I Learned In Kindergarten" was 1989's top-selling hardcover nonfiction book
    $500 25
A Spanish gentleman, or to put on clothing
    $500 30
Estee Lauder recommends dusting some of this over your blusher
    $500 11
Prior to marrying the president, this first lady had been married to jeweler Norman Galt
    $500 16
This plumbing fixture contains a flapper or stopper ball
    $500 6
Warner Oland,
Sidney Toler &
Roland Winters

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

Robert Brian Susan
$600 $2,200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Brian Susan
$2,100 $5,000 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

"O" NO!
(Alex: And "O" is in quotation marks, which means that each correct response will begin with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $200 2
In physics a rad is the unit used to measure the amount of this absorbed by matter
    $200 1
The title of cardinal can only be conferred by this person
    $200 14
The name of this lake at the northern edge of the Everglades is a Seminole word for "big water"
    $200 7
In July 1960 President Eisenhower ordered a 95% decrease in sugar imports from this country
    $200 26
This Ohio capital's major daily paper is the Dispatch
    $200 13
Shakespeare's murderous Moor
    $400 3
In 1975 Isaac Asimov published a history of this scientific instrument called "Eyes on the Universe"
    $400 8
Uposatha, a Buddhist holy day, is observed 4 times a month in conjunction with the phases of this
    $400 15
Traces of prehistoric settlements have been found at Lakes Neuchatel & Geneva in this country
    $400 10
In 987 Hugh Capet founded the Capetian line of kings, which ruled this country until 1328
    $400 27
Its September 14, 1987 edition was the largest single issue of a newspaper at 12 pounds & 1,612 pages
    $400 17
It often precedes job, lot & man out
    $600 4
It's the process by which light nuclei combine to form a single heavier nucleus
    $600 9
In 1945 Gen. MacArthur ordered Japan's gov't to end all financial support of this state religion
    $600 18
Named for early settlers, the Russian River runs through this state's Sonoma & Mendocino Counties
    $600 16
In the 1980s Nicaragua's Contra rebels established bases in this adjoining country to the north
    $600 28
Ben Bradlee was named executive editor of this newspaper in 1968 & held the job for 23 years
    $600 22
This wild cat's name comes from the Nahuatl word for "jaguar"
    $800 5
Around 1820 Friedrich Mohs introduced the standard scale for measuring the hardness of these
    $800 11
Founded in the 1500s & named for their hoods, the Capuchins are an offshoot of this order
    $800 19
This river formed by the Coosa & Tallapoosa near Montgomery shares its name with the state it's in
    DD: $2,000 21
This country was under South African control from 1915 to March 21, 1990
    $800 29
This Canadian province's newspapers include the Cape Breton Post & the Halifax Mail-Star
    $800 23
The Museum of Modern Art's 1965 exhibition "The Responsive Eye" focused on this type of art
    $1000 6
Now discredited, this theory held that living organisms originate from nonliving matter
    DD: $1,000 12
This Latin version of the Bible was largely the work of Saint Jerome
    $1000 20
Shallow, saline Lake Eyre is this continent's lowest point
    $1000 24
In 1757 this British firm's troops won the Battle of Plassey & became India's leading power
    $1000 30
This Long Island newspaper was founded by Alicia Patterson in 1940 & has a daily circulation of over 750,000
    $1000 25
It's a "terrible" term for rubbish or for animal viscera

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Brian Susan
$6,500 $8,800 $6,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The Sceptre with the Dove & the Sword of Mercy are part of a collection housed here

Final scores:

Robert Brian Susan
$2 $13,001 $200
3rd place: Samsung compact 8 mm camcorder with HiFi stereo sound & built-in microphone + Jeopardy! home game New champion: $13,001 2nd place: a trip to Miami, Florida on Delta with a 7-day Caribbean cruise aboard Norwegian Cruise Line's Norway + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robert Brian Susan
$8,500 $7,300 $6,200
19 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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Game tape date: 1993-07-19
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