Show #1853 - Wednesday, September 30, 1992

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Marie Sanders, a chemist from Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Steve Saum, a writer originally from Chicago, Illinois

Joel Hess, an editor originally from Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 25
In the 1930s & 1940s, the Cub series of planes was this company's primary product
    $100 1
Graz, 90 miles southwest of Vienna, is this country's second largest city
    $100 8
From 1954-63, this baby doctor wrote a column for the "Ladies Home Journal"
    $100 9
In 1991, he debuted a new men's fragrance, "Polo Crest"
    $100 6
The angel of the Lord said, "Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in" this
    $100 7
Erected for the 100th anniv. of the Fr. Revolution, this landmark celebrated its own 100th anniv. in 1989
    $200 26
Businessmen of this city put up the money to make Lindbergh's 1927 transatlantic flight possible
    $200 2
Caliph al-Mansur founded this Iraqi capital in the 8th century
    $200 18
In 1974, this pop artist's name was associated with film versions of "Dracula" & "Frankenstein"
    $200 10
A perfumer could tell you this three-word term is French for cologne water
    $200 14
He said, "What will ye give me, & I will deliver him unto you"
    $200 15
Lee Iacocca is widely credited with saving this company from bankruptcy
    $300 27
Of monoplane, biplane, or triplane, the first to attain controlled flight
    $300 3
The man-made Lake Burley Griffin is at the heart of this Australian capital
    $300 19
At age 11, tennis star Monica Seles was named this Balkan country's Sportswoman of the Year
    $300 11
She wears a $4.5 million necklace in a commercial promoting her "White Diamonds" perfume
    $300 23
In Matthew 10:16, Jesus told his apostles to be "wise as serpents & harmless as" these birds
    $300 16
Prepare your warp & dress the loom, & you're ready to begin this handicraft
    DD: $1,000 28
The merger of 4 airlines in 1931 created this company, then the world's largest privately owned airline
    $400 4
This Indonesian capital's name can be spelled starting with a J or a D
    $400 20
In the late 1950s, this partner of Hal David was a conductor for Marlene Dietrich
    $400 12
This cosmetics queen launched her first scent, "Youth Dew", in 1953, & her 10th, "Spellbound", in 1991
    $400 24
In the 23rd Psalm, these four words follow, "Thou anointest my head with oil"
    $400 17
From the Latin meaning "to take care of", it's a person who oversees a museum or library
    $500 29
These recreational planes have 1 seat, a single engine, & weigh no more than 254 pounds
    $500 5
Sudan became independent in 1956 with this city as its capital
    $500 22
In 1971, this department store founder, whose middle name was Cash, cashed out at age 95
    $500 13
If you've had an "Obsession" with this designer for an eternity, you may want to escape with his "Escape" perfume
    $500 30
After a dream, "Joseph took the young child & his mother & departed into" this land
    $500 21
Myology is the branch of anatomy that deals with these tissues

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

Joel Steve Marie
$1,700 $200 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Steve Marie
$3,700 $2,100 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1940s
    $200 11
In 1949, this nation claimed that it had actually invented the submarine & the icebreaker
    $200 1
Her grandfather, William IX, was a famous troubadour, as well as the Duke of Aquitaine
    $200 3
In 1963, Laurence Olivier directed this Lawrence of Arabia star in "Hamlet" at the Old Vic
    $200 19
In 1980, Arch. Oscar Romero was assassinated while saying mass in this El Salvador capital
    $200 26
The 12 pairs of these bones protect the lungs & also function in breathing
    $200 6
Biographer William Manchester calls this British prime minister "The Last Lion"
    $400 15
Rationing of these began in February of 1943, limiting Americans to three pairs a year
    $400 2
King Sancho VI of Navarre was the father-in-law of this leonine English king
    $400 4
This late Pepsi spokeswoman's trip to Zululand in the 1950s inspired the play, "Joan & the Zulus"
    $400 20
In 1974, Hurricane Fifi destroyed three-quarters of Honduras' crop of this fruit, a major export
    $400 27
Formed by the hip bones & lower spine, this cavity is wider on women than on men
    $400 7
In the title of Erma Bombeck's 1978 bestseller, "If Life is a Bowl of Cherries, What Am I Doing" here
    $600 16
In August 1949, Omar Bradley became the first permanent chairman of this military advisory group
    DD: $2,600 8
The parents of this prince consort were Princess Alice of Battenberg & Prince Andrew of Greece
    $600 5
Jessica Tandy won a 1948 Tony for playing this role in the original cast of "A Streetcar Named Desire"
    $600 21
Central America encompasses the area between Mexico & the N.W. border of this S. Amer. country
    $600 28
The calcaneus, the large bone in the rear of the foot, is more commonly called this
    $600 12
His 1962 novel, "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich", was published with Khrushchev's approval
    $800 17
This dam in Washington state began operating in 1941, two years ahead of schedule
    $800 9
In 1286, this country's King Alexander III died near Fife when his horse fell over a cliff
    $800 24
A 1991 USC production of this Karel Capek play featured real robots
    $800 22
Most people in this Central American country speak English
    $800 29
The tibia or shin bone is second in length only to this bone
    $800 13
In this 1979 book, Tom Wolfe called his subjects "cold warriors of the heavens"
    $1000 18
The 200" Hale telescope on this California mountain was dedicated June 3, 1948
    $1000 10
She was Queen Juliana's firstborn child
    $1000 25
David Mamet's adaptation of this avuncular Chekhov play aired on PBS in 1991
    $1000 23
She served briefly in the Sandinista government before defeating it to become Nicaraguan president
    DD: $1,001 30
They're the Latin names of 2 of the 3 arm bones
    $1000 14
"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" was his first novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Steve Marie
$8,900 $8,901 $3,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Founded in Michigan in 1936, it's the largest philanthropic organization in the world

Final scores:

Joel Steve Marie
$10,199 $17,801 $7,600
2nd place New champion: $17,801 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joel Steve Marie
$8,900 $8,300 $6,400
22 R,
1 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,600

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Game tape date: 1992-07-28
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