Show #1867 - Tuesday, October 20, 1992

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Gavin Reardon, a Marine Corps officer originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Chuck Wills, an editor from Fishkill, New York

Brett Geer, a law student from St. Petersburg, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $100 6
The Romans dedicated this day to a 2-faced god who looked forward & backward
    $100 11
This playwright praised the Italian master Giulio Romano in his play "The Winter's Tale"
    $100 1
"One day you'll look to see I've gone, for tomorrow may rain, so I'll" do this
    $100 16
In 1980, Canada's national anthem was changed from this song to "O Canada"
    $100 26
This condiment was first bottled in Worcester, England
    $100 21
Among the varieties you might serve for Thanksgiving are the White Holland, Bronze, & Narragansett
    $200 7
On this holiday, Punxsutawney Phil, king of the weather prophets, shines even if the sun doesn't
    $200 12
Eugene Boudin was one of the Impressionists known for painting en plein air, which means this
    $200 2
"She says" this, "& you know that can't be bad"
    $200 17
This bay, Canada's largest, covers an area larger than Texas
    $200 27
Nasi goreng is an Indonesian dish that combines this fried grain with meat & vegetables
    $200 22
With an 8-inch long bill, the male toco is the largest of these colorful tropical birds
    $300 8
This Missouri city hosts the National Tom Sawyer Fence-Painting Contest in July
    $300 13
Whistler's low grades in chemistry got him discharged from the U.S. military academy here
    $300 3
The lyrics of "Glass Onion" say the Walrus was this man
    $300 18
Canada's most densely populated province is this small island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence
    $300 28
To make Maltese sauce, add orange juice & orange rind to this Dutch sauce
    $300 23
The 12 Days of Christmas mentions 2 of these birds & the partridge in a pear tree
    $400 9
On Sept. 16, 1993, this state will observe Cherokee Strip Centennial Day
    $400 14
In the 1890s Monet completed a famous series of paintings of the cathedral in this French city
    $400 4
"Now, somewhere in the black mountain hills of Dakota, there lived a young boy named" this
    $400 19
In 1608, this French explorer founded Quebec City, Canada's first permanent settlement
    $400 29
This country wasn't yet known as Myanmar when its people started pickling tea leaves & eating them
    $400 24
In North America, common ones of these ducks include the green-winged & blue-winged
    $500 10
This Christian feast held on the 7th Sunday after Easter has been recognized since the 3rd c.
    $500 15
This Frenchman who painted fabulous jungle scenes such as "The Dream" probably never left France
    $500 5
This 1967 #1 hit starts off with the word "love" repeated nine times
    DD: $700 20
1 of 2 national parks located in southwest Alberta, along the border with British Columbia
    $500 30
The Scotch Whiskey Information Center suggests drinking Scotch with this sheep's stomach entree
    $500 25
It's the family of songbirds to which robins & nightingales belong

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

Brett Chuck Gavin
$500 $1,600 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brett Chuck Gavin
$1,300 $2,400 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
2 skull cavities called the orbits house these organs
    $200 26
This state's official tree is known scientifically as Sequoia sempervirens
    $200 16
In 1984, he was elected the first black Anglican bishop of Johannesburg
    $200 1
He hired Henry Reichenbach to develop a transparent base to be used in his Kodaks
    $200 21
Some experts say he was born January 6, 1854, on the farmstead of Mycroft in Yorkshire, England
    $200 4
The 1980 Mariel boatlift brought thousands of refugees from this country to the U.S.
    $400 12
A sphincter at the end of this tube allows swallowed food to enter the stomach
    $400 27
Georgia's state tree is not the pecan, but the live variety of this
    $400 17
As was Hindu custom, this Indian leader married his wife, Kasturba, when they were both 13
    $400 2
The ASA scale measures the speed of this
    $400 22
This spinster sleuth was loosely based on Agatha Christie's own grandmother
    $400 5
In 1961, his body was removed from the Red Square tomb where it had lain with Lenin's
    $600 13
The pulmonary artery carries blood from the right ventricle of the heart to this organ pair
    $600 28
Nevada has 2 state trees, the pinyon & bristlecone varieties of this
    DD: $2,500 18
1 of the world's great conductors, this maestro was also the father-in-law of Vladimir Horowitz
    $600 3
W. Eugene Smith's book "Minamata" showed a fishing village in this country devastated by mercury
    $600 23
In a series of books by Harry Kemelman, it is Jewish crime solver David Small's occupation
    $600 7
This financial institution was founded in 1694 with capital of 1.5 million pounds
    $800 14
Much of the bile made by the liver is stored in this pear-shaped sack
    $800 29
South Carolina's state tree; its leaves can be used to make baskets & thatch roofs
    $800 19
In 1927, this World War I ace became president of the Indianapolis Speedway
    $800 6
Press photographer Arthur Feilig's nickname; it sounds like a spiritualist's board
    $800 24
A boat called the Busted Flush is home base to this John D. MacDonald detective
    $800 9
In addition to his nickname of Bonnie Prince Charlie, Charles Edward was called "The Young" this
    DD: $2,300 15
From the Greek for snail shell, it's the spiral-shaped part of the inner ear
    $1000 30
Flowering state tree of Missouri & Virginia
    $1000 20
Last name of twin brothers Francis & Freeland, who built their first steamer in 1897
    $1000 8
This Life photographer was the first accredited female war photographer
    $1000 25
This author's "Coyote Waits" reunites Navajo detectives Jim Chee & Joe Leaphorn
    $1000 10
He declared himself Indonesia's president for life in 1963, but was deposed in 1966

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brett Chuck Gavin
$8,000 $8,800 $7,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1927, a year after his death, his autobiography "Harvest of the Years" was published

Final scores:

Brett Chuck Gavin
$16,000 $16,800 $5,600
2nd place New champion: $16,800 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brett Chuck Gavin
$7,400 $8,800 $5,700
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,900

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Game tape date: 1992-08-17
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