Show #1868 - Wednesday, October 21, 1992

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Janet Goutiere, a programmer originally from Lodi, New Jersey

Richard Kalustian, a teacher and tutor from Portland, Oregon

Chuck Wills, an editor from Fishkill, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
When this was stormed in 1789, its governor, the Marquis de Launay, was murdered
    $100 2
In 1940, an agricultural station in this state developed a cheese called Cornhusker
    $100 23
On Mar. 6, 1992 thousands of computers were infected by a virus named for this Renaissance artist
    $100 14
After it was burned by Sherman's troops, this Mississippi capital came to be called Chimneyville
    $100 7
A vivid shade of yellow is named for this citrus fruit
    $100 1
In 1989, this publisher married his Playmate Kimberly Conrad
    $200 22
Patrick Pierce, a leader of this country's 1916 Easter rebellion was executed when it failed
    $200 3
Munich's Weisswurst, made with veal & served with sweet mustard, is a type of this
    $200 27
Programs such as WordPerfect allow you to use your computer as this
    $200 15
This Minnesota capital was named for a church constructed there in 1841
    $200 8
Romani & royal are shades of this color
    $200 9
This host of "20/20" holds the Guinness record for most hours on U.S. national television
    $300 24
This "Great" czar's victory over Charles XII at Poltava marked the decline of Swedish power in northern Eur.
    $300 4
Sachertorte has been called the king of cakes & this soft French cheese, the king of cheeses
    $300 28
Rather than meals, this display gives the user a choice of programs or functions
    $300 16
Originally founded as Eagle Station, it's situated in Eagle Valley, about 30 miles south of Reno
    $300 13
The upper stripe on the Dutch flag was originally this color, the same as its ruling house
    $300 10
Since 1985, Hugh Desmond Hoyt has been president of this former British colony in South America
    $400 25
In 1796 the British took this island southeast of India from the Dutch
    $400 5
"Champignon" commonly refers to the button variety of this
    $400 29
Unlike a laser printer, this type strikes the page to form characters in patterns of dots
    $400 17
12 miles long & about 1.5 miles wide, Mendenhall Glacier is 13 miles north of this capital
    $400 19
The paintings Picasso did between 1905 & 1907 are said to belong to this pinkish period
    $400 11
"Dr. Dolittle & the Secret Lake", his last in a series, was published posthumously in 1948
    $500 26
In 1533 Pizarro occupied this Incan capital & set up Manco as Emperor
    DD: $700 6
Found in many colors, these lens-shaped legumes have more protein than any other
    $500 30
A byte usually consists of 8 bits, & this consists of 4
    $500 18
Located on Puget Sound, it's a major shipping point for oysters, farm products, & lumber
    $500 20
Used by the ancient Greeks & Romans, Tyrian dye was this color
    $500 12
This Democrat was governor of New York from 1975 to 1982

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

Chuck Richard Janet
-$300 $1,500 $2,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Richard Janet
$100 $3,100 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
A statue of this mythical beast marks the beginning of Fleet Street, as Merv could tell you
    $200 1
"If she knew sign language & taught the deaf to speak, why", someone joked, "didn't she teach Cal"
    $200 20
On Feb. 18, 1977, the Space Shuttle made its first test flight aboard a 747 at this California Air Force Base
    $200 7
"A Train of Power" by Rebecca West contains her reports on these war trials
    $200 25
"Swan Lake" made its debut at the Bolshoi Theater in this city; we have yet to see its swan song
    $200 15
Appropriately, one of the local newspapers in this Arizona town is called The Epitaph
    $400 11
Legend says this place name is derived from the piccadill, a type of collar once sold in the vicinity
    $400 2
Elizabeth Monroe helped save the wife of this French marquis from execution
    $400 21
Launched on Apr. 12, 1981, this space shuttle was the world's first reusable spacecraft
    $400 8
"Years of Upheaval" by this former Secretary of State is a memoir of the Watergate years
    $400 26
A 1948 production of this fairy tale ballet ballet featured Robert Helpman & Frederick Ashton as the ugly stepsisters
    $400 16
This judge's saloon, the Jersey Lilly, doubled as his courtroom
    $600 12
This famed museum on Marylebone Road makes us wax nostalgic
    $600 3
Introduced in 1914, a bill to clear the slums in Washington, D.C. was named for its sponsor, his 1st wife, Ellen
    $600 22
Nicknamed "Gordo", he flew in the longest & last of the Mercury flights in 1963
    $600 9
In a 1992 follow-up to his previous book, Charles Givens offers more "Wealth Without" this
    $600 27
This king, an accomplished dancer, founded the Académie Royale de la Danse in 1661
    $600 17
In 1876, a saddle tramp named Jack McCall shot this man in the back of the head while he was playing cards
    $800 13
Princess Di's London home is this palace on the edge of the gardens of the same name
    $800 4
Susan B. Anthony tried to get her to support the women's movement, but she abstained, as she did with alcohol
    $800 23
When an oxygen tank ruptured, this Apollo mission had to return to Earth without landing on the Moon
    $800 10
Oliver Stone's "JFK" is partly based on this New Orleans DA's book, "On the Trail of the Assassins"
    DD: $3,500 28
This dance from the ballet "Gayane" is Aram Khachaturian's most famous composition
    $800 18
He wasn't killed while robbing a bank, but while straightening a picture on a wall in his home
    $1000 14
Percy Shelley's first wife drowned herself in a lake in this park known for its orators
    DD: $1,700 5
His sister Rose acted as first lady until he married Frances Folsom, who took over the job
    $1000 24
In November of 1966, James Lovell & Edwin Aldrin became the last to fly in this two-man spacecraft
    $1000 30
This Brit. sec'y of war's affair with Christine Keeler was the subject of a 1963 book, "Anatomy of a Scandal"
    $1000 29
Inspired by El Greco's paintings, the ballet "El Greco" is set in this Spanish city
    $1000 19
Dark nickname of the outlaw who sometimes left poems behind after he held up stagecoaches

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Richard Janet
$8,000 $8,100 $10,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Dionysius Exiguus, a monk in Rome, is credited with inspiring the use of these 2 abbreviations

Final scores:

Chuck Richard Janet
$16,000 $16,100 $16,201
3rd place 2nd place New champion: $16,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chuck Richard Janet
$5,300 $8,100 $9,900
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
24 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $23,300

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Game tape date: 1992-08-17
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