Show #1938 - Wednesday, January 27, 1993

Diane Siegel game 3.


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J.C. Carson, a retired government employee from Honolulu, Hawaii

Roberta Johnson, a library clerk from Chicago, Illinois

Diane Siegel, a homemaker from Northridge, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
One of these boats designed to push & pull larger craft can move 10 to 20 barges at a single time
    $100 21
"Rainbow at night, sailor's delight; rainbow in the morning, sailors" do this
    $100 1
"You're the cream in" this, "you're the salt in my stew"
    $100 2
At 7,242 feet, Harney Peak in these South Dakota hills is the highest U.S. mountain east of the Rockies
    $100 11
In the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819, this country ceded eastern Florida to the U.S.
    $100 16
This continuing drama on "Masterpiece Theatre" told the story of the Bellamys & their servants
    $200 27
For fishing & transportation, Indonesians commonly use an outrigger, a type of this boat
    $200 22
This is defined as the interface of 2 air masses of different temperatures or densities
    $200 3
"I won't" do this, "I don't want to go to school. Just to learn to be a parrot"
    $200 4
In years past, this color dye was added to laundry to neutralize the yellow in white fabrics
    $200 12
The framework for the 1979 peace treaty between Egypt & Israel was worked out at this retreat
    $200 17
He hosted the daytime version of the game show "Concentration" from 1958 to 1969
    $300 28
In 1959 Mamie Eisenhower christened the N.S. Savannah, the first merchant vessel powered by this
    $300 23
Triangular flags on a weather map show the direction of this
    $300 5
Alan Jay Lerner wrote, "I was born under" this type of "star"
    $300 8
"Riders of the Purple Sage" was this prolific writer's most popular novel
    $300 13
Japan signed the Tripartite Pact with these 2 Axis nations in September 1940
    $300 18
Ogden Nash said, "Only the gamefish swims" here, "but the sensible fish swims down"
    $400 29
According to Guinness, the most expensive one, the Abdul Aziz, belongs to the King of Saudi Arabia
    $400 24
The name of this curly white cloud comes from a Latin prefix meaning "curl"
    $400 6
"Take my hand, I'm" one of these, "all lost in a wonderland"
    $400 9
The Oscar-winning score of this 1984 film included the song "When Doves Cry"
    DD: $900 14
Great Britain & the U.S. agreed to stop the slave trade in the Treaty of Ghent, which ended this war
    $400 19
In the early 1950s, this author of "The Centaur" edited the Harvard Lampoon
    $500 30
Among the more famous of these swift sailing ships were the Flying Cloud & the Cutty Sark
    $500 25
This fishing ground off Newfoundland is the world's foggiest place
    $500 7
"We kiss in" one of these, "We hide from the moon, our meetings are few and over too soon"
    $500 10
The Door Peninsula separates Lake Michigan from this Wisconsin inlet
    $500 15
On May 31, 1902 the Peace of Vereeniging was signed in Pretoria, ending this conflict
    $500 20
It's the former name of Burkina Faso

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

Diane Roberta JC
$800 $900 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Roberta JC
$2,800 $3,900 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
The origin of Delaware's name goes back to this titled Englishman, a cousin of the Earl of Essex
    $200 1
Rex is the best-known species of this genus that includes the largest-ever land carnivore
    $200 8
This state's state museum is in the old Carson Mint building across the street from a casino
    $200 30
At the beginning of the Gospel of John, John the Baptist twice calls him "The Lamb of God"
    $200 6
These long, narrow inlets make Norway's coast one of the most jagged in the world
    $200 20
As you might expect, it's the first city mentioned in "Romeo and Juliet"
    $400 13
Several of Chief Powhatan's daughters were known by this nickname which means "playful one"
    $400 2
Like all theropods, Allosaurus walked on this many legs, using its tail for balance
    $400 14
You can see gris-gris bags & other voodoo charms at the Voodoo Museum in this Louisiana city
    $400 29
Exodus 30:34 lists the ingredients of this compound burned for its fragrance
    $400 7
Baghdad is the largest city on this river's banks
    $400 21
Act IV of this play opens in Petruchio's country house
    $600 15
In 1977 he became the first former attorney general to serve time in prison
    $600 3
This plated dinosaur was about 8 feet tall, 20 feet long & had a brain the size of a walnut
    $600 17
This world-famous museum named for a Frenchwoman is next door to London's Planetarium
    $600 28
The Book of Acts begins at the same point that this third gospel ends
    $600 9
In German this country's name is Schweiz
    $600 22
Of Slowly, Quickly or Gently, the one who's Pistol's wife in "Henry V"
    $800 16
General Edward Braddock was mortally wounded in 1755 during this war; his burial site is unknown
    $800 4
This 3-horned, plant-eating dinosaur was one of the last to evolve & to become extinct
    $800 18
This city's American Museum of Natural History is attached to the Hayden Planetarium
    $800 27
The King James Version uses this name for the word meaning "light bringer" or "morning star"
    $800 10
Nepal's ruling dynasty since 1769, its name also refers to a Nepalese soldier in the British Army
    $800 23
Legend says "The Merry Wives of Windsor" was inspired by this queen's wish to see Falstaff in love
    $1000 25
Sam Houston's first wife, Eliza Allen, left him while he was governor of this southeast central state
    $1000 5
This dinosaur got its name from the resemblance of its teeth to an iguana's
    $1000 19
Petrus Cuypers designed the Gothic revival building that's housed this Dutch museum since 1885
    DD: $4,000 26
He was married to sisters Leah & Rachel
    $1000 11
Until recently this African country's constitution allowed only 1 legal political party, Kanu
    DD: $2,000 24
This cardinal's farewell speech in "Henry VIII" may have been written by John Fletcher

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Roberta JC
$7,800 $9,700 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this California college town is Spanish for "tall tree"

Final scores:

Diane Roberta JC
$15,579 $3,799 $8,000
3-day champion: $43,379 3rd place: Marco Gianni French leather trench coat + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis 2nd place: trip to Killington, Vermont with TWA flight to Hartford, Connecticut

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Diane Roberta JC
$6,800 $9,700 $3,500
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R,
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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Game tape date: 1992-10-26
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