Show #1641 - Monday, October 21, 1991


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Jasmine Tygre, a waitress from Aspen, Colorado

Bill Gallagher, a teacher from Northumberland, Pennsylvania

John Alberti, a college professor originally from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
This monetary unit of Albania sounds like polish president Walesa's first name
    $100 1
"The Flintstones" which premiered in 1960, was set in this prehistoric suburb
    $100 26
It's a bird of extremes: tallest, fewest toes & biggest eggs
    $100 11
For most women this "change of life" occurs between the ages of 45 & 55
    $100 5
Dale Wasserman adapted this musical from his television play "I, Don Quixote"
    $100 21
The name of this S. American tribe is Quechua for "prince" or "male of royal blood"
    $200 17
Pericles is depicted on this country's 10-drachma coin
    $200 2
A boat called the Leakin' Lena figured prominently in this cartoon about a boy & his sea serpent
    $200 28
It occurs in almost every color & is the most colorful part of puffins & toucans
    $200 12
Arthritis is an inflammation of these junctions where the ends of bones meet
    $200 6
His "Broadway" extravaganza won the 1989 Tony Award for Best Musical
    $200 22
Cape Roca on this peninsula is the westernmost point in continental Europe
    $300 18
San Marino doesn't have its own currency; instead, it uses the currency of this country
    $300 3
He's "the fastest mouse in all Mexico"
    $300 27
This family includes the snowcock & chukar, not the Cassidy or Dey
    $300 13
About 7% of Americans age 65 & over suffer from this brain disorder which can cause total loss of memory
    $300 7
William Daniels played John Adams & Ken Howard Thomas Jefferson in the 1st run of this musical
    $300 23
Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Dartmouth, Yale, Princeton & the University of Pennsylvania
    $400 19
The U.S. dollar & the balboa are both legal tender in this central American country
    $400 4
Dudley Do-Right was in love with her but she was in love with his horse
    $400 29
A bird in Africa will "lead" men & badgers to one of these, wait for them to break it open, then eat the wax
    $400 14
Advil & nuprin are trade names for this pain often taken instead of aspirin
    $400 9
Three sailors sing "New York, New York" as they begin their day of shore leave in this 1944 show
    $400 24
In mythology he escaped from Crete on artificial wings but fell to his death when the wax melted
    $500 20
The Philippine 500-peso note depicts this late rival of Ferdinand Marcos
    $500 8
He was the tree-swinging lord of Imgwee Gwee valley in Africa
    DD: $300 30
The only type of birds that have, like humans, binocular vision
    $500 15
Typhoid & some forms of food poisoning are caused by these bacteria, named for a doctor, not a fish
    $500 10
Songs from this Billy Rose show include "Little Girl Blue" & "The Circus is on Parade"
    $500 25
This 3-foot-tall African antelope is able to jump about 10 feet high & 30 feet in distance

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

John Bill Jasmine
$2,100 $1,000 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Bill Jasmine
$3,800 $2,200 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Theres a Cleopatra's Needle in London & a Space Needle in this city
    $200 1
In 1777 he spent part of a harsh winter here with George Washington
    $200 4
Jacob & Wilhelm's "Children's and Household Tales" are better known by this title
    $200 11
A slogan used by frontiersmen heading west in search of gold & silver was "Pikes Peak or" this
    $200 13
In April 1982 PM Thatcher sent a naval task force to recapture this island group from Argentina
    $200 26
Known to the ancients, iron was first obtained from these outer space 'visitors"
    $400 15
Founded when Finland was under Swedish rule, it's now Finland's capital
    $400 3
In 1771 he joined this military group over 100 years after D'Artagnan
    $400 5
Inferno, Purgatorio & Paradiso are subdivisions of this Dante work
    $400 12
This city at the foot of the peak is named for a nearby body of mineral water
    $400 16
1 of the 2 first ladies who were the women Americans most admired in a 1966 Gallup poll
    $400 27
The 1st recorded smelter in America was installed about 1619 in this Virginia settlement
    $600 20
The Belgian legislature meets in the Palace of the Nation in this city
    $600 6
July 15, 1789 the day after this political event, Lafayette was appointed head of the French national guard
    $600 8
In 1895 he published "The Black Riders", a book of poems, & the novel "The Red Badge of Courage"
    $600 23
The last name of racing brothers Al & Bobby, who've won the Pikes Peak hill climb numerous times
    $600 17
Biafra unilaterally declared its independence from this African country in May 1967
    $600 28
One of the richest deposits of iron ore is Cerro Bolivar, a mountain near this country's Orinoco river
    DD: $2,000 21
These 2 holiest cities of Islam are located about 200 miles apart in Saudi Arabia
    $800 7
In 1797, he helped free Lafayette from an Austrian prison; Lafayette later demanded his abdication
    $800 9
His letters to Anais Nin were published in 1965
    $800 24
If they had named it after Pike's first name it would have been called this
    $800 18
"Baby Fae" lived about 3 weeks after being given a heart from this kind of animal in 1984
    $800 29
This 4-letter term refers to the impurities that float to the top of melted iron
    $1000 22
This city known for its red & white wines is the chief port of the region of Aquitaine
    $1000 14
The U.S. Congress granted him 11,520 acres of land in what is now this southern state
    $1000 10
A French army commander wrote this novel about the evil & seductive Valmont
    DD: $2,000 25
Katharine Lee Bates wrote the lyrics to this patriotic song after seeing the view from atop the peak
    $1000 19
Francis Gary Powers was released by the Soviets in 1962 in exchange for this spy
    $1000 30
When the carbon content of iron is between .05% & 2%, it's no longer referred to as iron, but called this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Bill Jasmine
$10,600 $9,000 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of our 4 assassinated presidents, these 2 were shot in Washington, D.C.

Final scores:

John Bill Jasmine
$3,199 $17,900 $4,800
3rd place: Meade telescope + Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune games for the NES & InfoGenius cartridges for the Game Boy New champion: $17,900 2nd place: a trip to Nassau, Bahamas

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Bill Jasmine
$10,900 $8,000 $3,600
27 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,500

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Game tape date: 1991-08-27
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