Show #1900 - Friday, December 4, 1992

Dennis Donohue game 3.


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Mike Petersen, an insurance operations manager originally from Chicago, Illinois

Eugene Lebowitz, an actor and writer from Los Angeles, Californi

Dennis Donohue, an administrative services officer from Litchfield Park, Arizona (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
It's the common name of the national flag of the United Kingdom
    $100 26
Types of these include the Northumbrian Small Pipe & Scottish Highland
    $100 16
During a tearful ceremony in February 1992, the L.A. Lakers retired his uniform, No. 32
    $100 11
The Second Amendment concerns the right of the people to keep these
    $100 6
Muslims have never sanctioned a translation of this holy book; it should be read in Arabic
    $100 21
On a technical drawing, WV can stand for wall vent; on an envelope, it stands for this state
    $200 2
Hey, speak of this author; he's on the new £10 note
    $200 27
The tenor version of this instrument with a sliding tube is the most often played
    $200 17
In 1986 this Philippine president was named Time Magazine's "Woman of the Year"
    $200 12
The second tallest bulding in this U.S. city is One Peachtree Center
    $200 7
In the U.S., this Mennonite group can be traced back to the early 1700s in Berks County, Pennsylvania
    $200 22
This shade of blue is abbreviated az.
    $300 3
Legend says that if these birds leave the Tower of London, England will fall
    $300 28
The baritone, euphonium & helicon are varieties of this big instrument
    $300 18
At a gala in 1980 this "bubbly" soprano made her final appearance, playing Rosalinde in "Die Fledermaus"
    $300 13
Karol Wojtyla was the second person to take this name as pope
    $300 8
The First Council of Nicaea set the date of this observance on the Sunday after Passover
    $300 23
A physician who treats a variety of illnesses may be called a G.P., which stands for this
    $400 4
The Ashmolean museum houses this univ.'s collections of fine & applied arts, archaeology & numismatics
    $400 29
A standard piano type has 41 keys, 120 bass buttons, from 2 to 15 registers & a bellows
    $400 19
In March 1992 this Nebraska senator dropped out of the presidential race, citing a lack of funds
    DD: $600 14
It's the second-smallest planet in our solar system
    $400 9
This Protestant reformer brought Calvinism to Scotland
    $400 24
In 1972 the U.S. & the USSR signed a treaty limiting deployment of these missiles abbreviated ABMs
    $500 5
For his bravery in the Baltic Sea June 21, 1854, Lt. C.D. Lucas was the first to receive this decoration
    $500 30
If the valves weren't added to this in 1813, Wynton Marsalis would be playing a bugle today
    $500 20
While in high school, this costumer to the stars designed clothes for schoolmate Vikki Carr
    $500 15
Of the top 10 mountains, the only one not in the Himalayas is this second tallest
    $500 10
The only 2 sacraments recognized by United Methodists are the Lord's Supper & this
    $500 25
When taking out a loan, make sure you know the APR which stands for this

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

Dennis Eugene Mike
$1,300 -$100 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dennis Eugene Mike
$2,300 $1,000 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1861 this pres.-elect said, "I am for those means which will give the greatest good to the greatest number"
    $200 18
In the U.S. this is equal to 20 hundredweights
    $200 16
Sei Shonagon, who wrote "The Pillow Book" circa 1000 A.D., was a lady in waiting in this country
    $200 11
This state's largest public libraries are in Bangor & Portland
    $200 6
On January 8, 1918 this president presented his Fourteen Points speech
    $200 26
The first fossil of this early human was found at Neander Valley in Germany in 1856
    $400 2
Curley, a scout, was the only man under Custer's direct command to survive this 1876 battle
    $400 22
This metric unit was originally defined as 1 ten-millionth of the meridian from the North Pole to the equator
    $400 17
Jane Austen satirized this "architectural" genre in her novel "Northanger Abbey"
    $400 12
The nation's first reference library for state legislators was founded in 1901 in this Wisconsin capital
    $400 7
In his last public address, he said, "I've been to the mountaintop...and I've seen the Promised Land"
    $400 27
In the Tuskegee National Forest there's a replica of this educator's childhood home
    $600 3
In 1889 this oil company built one of the world's largest oil refineries in Whiting, Indiana
    $600 23
This system used to weigh gold, silver & precious metals was begun in France in the Middle Ages
    $600 19
James Jones called his 1962 sequel to this novel "The Thin Red Line"
    $600 13
This largest Alabama city's public library owns the Agee Collection of rare maps & atlases
    $600 8
After writing "J'Accuse", he went before a jury declaring, "Dreyfus is innocent I swear it!"
    $600 28
King James thought it a "stinking weed... dangerous to the lungs" and he was right
    $800 4
On January 18, 1871 the new German Empire crowned him its first Kaiser
    $800 24
In ancient Rome 5 feet equaled 1 pace & 1,000 paces was equivalent to this
    $800 20
Though the heroine of this 1900 novel by Theodore Dreiser becomes a star, happiness eludes her
    $800 14
In 1966 the Dwight D. Eisenhower library opened in this Kansas town
    DD: $1,600 9
In May 1962 he delivered his "Duty, Honor, Country" speech
    $800 29
Until the 1840s golf balls were made of leather casings stuffed with these
    DD: $1,100 5
This family was restored to power in the 1870s when Alfonso XII ascended the Spanish throne
    $1000 25
This Egyptian unit was equal to the width of 28 fingers
    $1000 21
It's Kathleen Winsor's novel about the amorous Amber St. Clare, who becomes a king's mistress
    $1000 15
The Harry S. Truman Library contains an important work by this Missouri muralist
    $1000 10
In a 1928 speech he said, "I do not want any Catholic in the U.S.A. to vote for me...because I am a Catholic"
    $1000 30
In 1849 David Livingstone led the first European crossing of this South African desert

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dennis Eugene Mike
$8,700 $3,400 $7,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The official langauge shared by Niger, Rwanda & Senegal

Final scores:

Dennis Eugene Mike
$17,000 $3,300 $14,600
3-day champion: $33,600 3rd place: Michael C. Fina decanter & goblet set + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis 2nd place: trip to San Diego, California + Panasonic palmcorder

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dennis Eugene Mike
$9,300 $2,600 $7,200
26 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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Game tape date: 1992-08-25
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