Show #1864 - Thursday, October 15, 1992

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Phil Cummings, an animator from Encino, California

Lynn Loper, a records evaluator from Newark, Delaware

Joanna Defenderfer, a marketing director originally from Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Cementum is the hard, bony outer layer of tissue that covers the roots of these
    $100 18
This song from "The King & I" says, "You are precisely my cup of tea"
    $100 24
You might use a denoyauteur to remove this from an olive or cherry
    $100 3
In 1964, Congress set aside funds to recreate the interior of this theater as it was in Lincoln's time
    $100 9
Trees with pendulous downward sweeping branches are called by this tearful term
    $100 8
William G. Shepherd called it "the winded city"
    $200 2
It's the term for a narrow tube or passageway like the auditory & alimentary
    $200 19
In this 1969 musical, Clint Eastwood & Lee Marvin were prospectors in No Name City, California
    $200 27
Duxelles is a mixture of onions, shallots, & these common fungi sauteed in butter
    $200 4
In Mass., Minuteman National Historical Park includes the battle road connecting these 2 towns
    $200 10
This corsage plant group is the largest family of flowering plants
    $200 12
Oliver Herford called this pet "a pygmy lion who loves mice, hates dogs & patronizes human beings"
    $300 15
4 neck veins, 2 internal, 2 external, share this name
    $300 20
The film in which Elvis Presley sang "Can't Help Falling in Love" & "Rock-a-Hula Baby"
    $300 28
A gigot is a French cut of meat corresponding to our leg of this meat
    $300 5
The old courthouse in St. Louis, Missouri is where this slave sued for his freedom in 1846
    $300 11
These pocket rodents have been called the #1 enemy of Western gardeners
    $300 21
Debussy called this "a form of entertainment where there is always too much singing"
    $400 16
The encephalon is another name for this organ
    $400 22
Despite its title, this 1951 Gene Kelly/Leslie Caron movie was filmed on the MGM lot
    $400 29
The French call this snake-like slippery fish anguille
    $400 6
Hill Cumorah near Palmyra, N.Y. is where this Mormon leader is said to have unearthed the golden plates
    $400 13
5-10-10 fertilizer contains 5% this nutrient, 10% phosphorus & 10% potassium
    $400 25
"The Left Handed Dictionary" defines this sport as "ping-pong with ponies"
    DD: $1,000 17
The carpus is the collective term for the eight bones that make up this joint
    $500 23
"C'mon along & listen to" this song from "Gold Diggers" of 1935
    $500 30
Some believe the name of this sauce comes from an old French word for egg yolk, moyeu
    $500 7
Fort Necessity Nat'l Battlefield in Penn. was the site of this war's opening battle in 1754
    $500 14
This term describes a plant that lives for more than 2 years
    $500 26
Christopher Isherwood said, "This U.S. state is a tragic country, like Palestine, like every promised land"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Joanna Lynn Phil
$200 $1,400 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joanna Lynn Phil
$1,300 $2,400 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Herbert Hoover & Richard Nixon are the only presidents to belong to this religious denomination
    $200 8
The sweat lodge purification rite was practiced widely by the native peoples of this continent
    $200 7
The first of these restaurants opened in Moscow in January of 1990; a Big Mac's cost equaled about $6
    $200 1
His "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" was inspired by Sir Thomas Malory's "Morte d'Arthur"
    $200 26
This mobster claimed the scar on his face was a wound he received during World War I
    $200 21
This company also has averages based on 15 utility & 20 transportation stocks
    $400 3
On June 12, 1971, this elder Nixon daughter was married in the White House Rose Garden
    $400 9
The Vestal Virgins who served at Vesta's temple in this city served for 30 years each
    $400 13
Over two-thirds of the city burned down while occupied by this French general in 1812
    $400 17
"The Real Life of Sebastian Knight" was this "Lolita" author's first book in English
    $400 27
Blackbeard was a privateer during Queen Anne's War & later christened this "Queen Anne's Revenge"
    $400 22
Silvery term for the British pound, which distinguishes it from other countries' pounds
    DD: $2,500 4
It was the maiden name of Nixon's mother, Hannah
    $600 10
Both the Christian Science & Unitarian Universalist churches are headquartered in this city
    $600 14
This crenellated red brick structure is at the heart of the city's concentric ring pattern
    $600 18
This red-haired Scottish outlaw was the subject of an 1817 novel by Sir Walter Scott
    $600 28
Among the last things he did was to deny shooting both the President & Officer J.D. Tippit
    $600 23
One of these is progressive if its rate increases as income does
    $800 5
In June 1937, Nixon graduated 3rd in his law school class this Durham, N.C. university
    $800 11
The basic teachings of the Unification Church are contained in his book, "Divine Principle"
    $800 15
In 1856, this great Moscow theater was expanded to a capacity of over 2,000
    DD: $2,000 19
Catherine Barkley, an English nurse in an Italian hospital, is the heroine of this Hemingway novel
    $800 29
Robert Stroud studied these animals at Leavenworth but was forbidden to keep them at Alcatraz
    $800 24
It's the written authorization a shareholder gives another to vote in his stead
    $1000 6
The site where Nixon was born in 1913 is near this city's Richard Nixon Library
    $1000 12
The canon law of this religion is the Sharia
    $1000 16
Each of the 9 towers of this Red Square cathedral is different in color & design
    $1000 20
This French author of "The Stranger" won the 1957 Nobel Prize for literature
    $1000 30
Warden Louis E. Laws wrote about infamous inmates in his memoir, "20,000 Years in" this N.Y. prison
    $1000 25
The writings of this 18th century Glasgow University professor formed the basis of modern economics

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joanna Lynn Phil
$5,100 $7,000 $13,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Legend says this dog is descended from ones shipwrecked on the coast of Maryland in 1807

Final scores:

Joanna Lynn Phil
$0 $14,000 $12,799
3rd place: Samsung fax machine New champion: $14,000 2nd place: trip to Hilton Head Island

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joanna Lynn Phil
$3,900 $8,000 $11,500
9 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
23 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,400

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Game tape date: 1992-08-11
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