Show #1919 - Thursday, December 31, 1992

Jack Mahoney game 5.


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Rudy Tjiptahadi, an engineering student from Fullerton, California

John Hayden, a psychologist from Dana Point, California

Jack Mahoney, an actor originally from Newport, Rhode Island (whose 4-day cash winnings total $32,404)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Robert E. Lee's wife Mary Custis was the great-granddaughter of this first lady
    $100 16
Larry Hagman said, "I only had one mistress I didn't like" on this series, but he didn't name her
    $100 26
A large division of algae is the Chlorophyta, which are this color
    $100 21
It used to mean any pure white cloth; today the word just covers a baby's bottom
    $100 6
His brother Louis was king of Holland from 1806 to 1810
    $100 11
In the U.S. a C with a circle around it denotes this
    $200 2
Verney Cameron was sent to find this African explorer but met his body as it was being shipped back
    $200 17
Scott Bakula leaped into the role of Mary Jo's ex on the pilot of this series about the Sugarbakers
    $200 27
Herbert Spencer, not Darwin, coined this phrase about natural selection favoring the best adapted
    $200 22
From Persian words meaning "loin band", it's a tux tummy tucker
    $200 7
In 1963 this country redrew the line between its Walloon & Flemish areas
    $200 12
The CC at the bottom of a letter, even if it's a Xerox, stands for this
    $300 3
In a 547 A.D. work, Cosmas of Alexandria tried to prove the world was this shape
    $300 18
In 1984 Janet Jackson joined the cast of this series set at the High School for the Performing Arts
    $300 28
In humans it's the smaller of the 2 sex chromosomes
    $300 23
The first pieces in Ralph Lauren's Polo collection were these men's accessories
    $300 8
In March 1958 he succeeded Marshal Bulganin as premier of the Soviet Union
    $300 13
In English the letter C used to sound like this letter... & before an A, O or U, it still does
    $400 4
Esther Morris was the first woman in the U.S. to hold this post that often marries elopers
    $400 19
In the series based on this film, Jodie Foster played the role that won Tatum O'Neal an Oscar
    $400 29
Anemophily is the transfer of this substance between plants by the wind
    $400 24
In the 1900s these boned body shapers were given names like "Cleopatra", "Enchantress" & "Electra"
    $400 9
A Franco-Russian dispute over holy sites was one cause of this 1850s war
    $400 14
The C stands for Charles in the name of this man who was Surgeon General for most of the '80s
    DD: $500 5
Sergei Pavlovich Korolev was responsible for getting this off the ground in October 1957
    $500 20
You could say Fred Astaire "stole" the show as Robert Wagner's father on this series
    $500 30
This part of red blood cells is broken down to give bile its coloration
    $500 25
In 1949 Emilio Pucci designed these pants, named for the island on which he was inspired by a lady friend
    $500 10
King Haakon VII led this country's WWII government-in-exile in London
    $500 15
In 1983 Coca-Cola Foods put this fruit drink in an aseptic, single- serving box

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

Jack John Rudy
$1,500 $1,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack John Rudy
$2,100 $3,200 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
By November it took more than 4 trillion of this German currency to equal 1 dollar
    $200 20
This landmark was constructed for the Paris Exposition of 1889
    $200 6
Like Beethoven, Mahler completed this many symphonies
    $200 25
Some say the Kangaroo was given its name, Aboriginal for "I do not know", by this British sea captain
    $200 7
We know it sounds corny, but Washington, Missouri makes more corncob ones of these than any city
    $200 16
Charles Dickens called this 1843 tale a "ghostly little book to raise the ghost of an idea"
    $400 2
The 1st version of this Cecil B. DeMille film premiered in 1923 with Theodore Roberts as Moses
    $400 21
Expo 67 in this city was built on 2 islands in the St. Lawrence River
    $400 12
American composer Elliott Carter won this prize in 1960 & 1973 for his 2nd & 3rd string quartets
    $400 26
These toothless whales are named for their comblike plates used to strain food
    $400 8
Rhode Islanders must like this color: it's found in the name of their state bird & state tree
    $400 17
In the original ending to this novel, Pip & Estella are permanently separated
    $600 3
This hit song was inspired by a Greek peddler who said that he had none of a certain fruit
    $600 22
Willem de Kooning designed a mural for the Hall of Pharmacy at this city's 1939 World's Fair
    $600 13
From 1823-26 he attended the Warsaw Lyceum, where his father, Nicolas, taught French
    $600 27
This "northern" freshwater game fish will sometimes eat birds & small mammals
    $600 9
West Virginia's state motto, Montani Semper Liberi, means "Mountaineers are always" this
    $600 18
In 1858 he began doing paid readings which later included "Sikes and Nancy", an episode from this novel
    $800 4
In the spring the U.S. Senate rejected entry into this organization based in the Hague
    $800 23
This iron & glass structure was built for the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London
    $800 14
This author of "A Clockwork Orange" has also written several symphonies
    $800 28
This bird is sometimes called the Pampas ostrich
    $800 10
A building near the Minnesota farmhouse where he once lived has mementos from his record-making flight
    DD: $1,000 19
In its day, one of the most celebrated scenes in fiction was the death of this novel's Little Nell
    $1000 5
In July he became the first U.S. president to visit Alaska while in office
    DD: $1,000 24
Replicas of the Nina, Pinta & Santa Maria were moored at "The Age of Discoveries" in this city
    $1000 15
The role of Captain Vere in this Benjamin Britten opera is sung by a tenor
    $1000 29
The Chincoteague pony lives on 2 islands off the coast of Virginia & this neighboring state
    $1000 11
This frontier hero was the "King of the Keelboatmen"
    $1000 30
Dickens' first book, a collection of "Sketches", was written under this pseudonym

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack John Rudy
$3,100 $6,000 $3,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This governor sent in the militia after the 1919 Boston police strike was under control

Final scores:

Jack John Rudy
$6,100 $5,399 $6,201
2nd place: Orrefors stemware + Towle flatware + Jeopardy! home game or computerized version 3rd place: Sanyo stereo component system + Jeopardy! home game or computerized version New champion: $6,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jack John Rudy
$4,100 $7,000 $3,300
23 R,
9 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,400

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Game tape date: 1992-09-15
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