Show #1645 - Friday, October 25, 1991


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Jim Baughman, a fine arts printer from Los Angeles, California

Dallas Boggs, a university professor from Encinitas, California

Bill Spencer, a public policy analyst originally from Jackson, Mississippi (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

"PRO"s & "CON"s
    $100 12
The U.S. received Iowa's land as part of this 1803 deal with France
    $100 6
By the end of the film, her father, mother, daughter & 2 of her husbands are all "Gone with the Wind"
    $100 7
An informal lecture illustrated by drawing is this type of "talk"
    $100 13
Phagocytes are blood cells of this color that act as scavengers
    $100 26
First used in Antwerp in 1920, the Olympic flag shows 5 of these on a white background
    $100 1
In the U.S., most grape juice & grape jelly are made from this variety of grape
    $200 22
This river gives the state its eastern boundary
    $200 9
In 1957 this "High Noon" star made "Love in the Afternoon" with Audrey Hepburn
    $200 8
Louis Waterman patented the 1st practical one of these with a self-contained reservoir
    $200 14
This pure gas is a by-product of photosynthesis
    $200 27
In the 264 B.C. games Belistiche, a woman of Macedonia, owned the winning team in these races
    $200 2
This Utah city was named for a Canadian fur trapper who visited the area in 1825
    $300 23
This state nickname probably honors Black Hawk, an Indian chief
    $300 10
The title of this 1942 film, Carole Lombard's last, is the 1st line of a soliloquy from "Hamlet"
    $300 19
Hallmark owns the company that makes this brand of crayons
    $300 15
With walls as thin as one cell, they connect arteries & veins
    $300 28
Paavo Nurmi was nicknamed the "Flying" one of these
    $300 3
According to I Kings 11:3, Solomon had 700 wives & princesses & 300 of these women
    $400 24
This "American Gothic" painter was born in Anamosa & died in Iowa City
    $400 11
Burt Lancaster played German Judge Ernst Janning in this 1961 film about war criminals
    $400 20
In 1861 Eberhard Faber built the first factory to produce these in the U.S.
    $400 17
The Russian scientist with whom we associate the phrase "conditioned response"
    DD: $500 29
Katarina Witt was the 2nd woman to win solo figure skating golds 2 games in a row; she was the 1st
    $400 4
It's also known as a surrogate's court
    $500 25
Louis Jolliet & this French priest were the first 2 Europeans to visit Iowa's territory, in 1673
    $500 16
In "Gilda" this actress said, "If I'd been a ranch, they would have named me the Bar Nothing"
    $500 21
A phonograph needle, or the sharp instrument used for writing or engraving
    $500 18
The presence of this chromosome in a set of 23 pairs indicates the set is from a human male
    $500 30
The only aquatic sport in which men & women can compete against each other
    $500 5
From the Latin for "to know thoroughly", it's a person with astute discrimination in the arts

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Bill Dallas Jim
$800 $1,800 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Dallas Jim
$1,900 $2,600 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Under Tito, this country was expelled from the Soviet bloc in 1948
    $200 24
1 of the 2 musicals for which Rodgers & Hammerstein won a Pulitzer Prize
    $200 16
In 1950 she was named AP Woman Athlete of the 1st Half of the 20th Century
    $200 7
It's said that for months after this project he could only read a letter when he held it above his head
    $200 15
In May 1991 this former Sec'y of State turned up as a weatherman on "CBS This Morning"
    $200 1
Brillat-Savarin said, "A meal without wine is like" one of these "without sunshine"
    $400 3
The Enlightenment, which began in Europe in the 1600s, was also known as "the Age of" this
    $400 27
Julian Adderley's nickname, it's a mispronunciation of "cannibal"
    $400 17
From 1954-1960 this etiquette expert hosted a show called "It's in Good Taste"
    $400 8
Vasari categorized him as a painter, a sculptor &, for his work on St. Peter's, as this
    $400 21
Senate Majority Leader from 1980-84, he became Pres. Reagan's Chief of Staff in 1987
    $400 11
When asked what sort of death was best, this Roman answered, "A sudden death"-how prophetic
    $600 4
It began in Germany on Oct. 31, 1517
    $600 28
This jazz saxophonist wrote the pieces "Now's The Time" & "Yardbird Suite"
    $600 19
Her words to "The Battle Hymn Of The Republic" 1st appeared in the Atlantic Monthly in February 1862
    $600 9
Though he died in Rome, he was buried in this city where he spent his youth
    $600 22
In recognition of his 48 years in the House of Representatives, he was known affectionately as "Mr. Sam"
    $600 12
Oscar Wilde wrote, "We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at" these heavenly bodies
    $800 5
The 843 Treaty of Verdun divided his empire among his heirs
    $800 29
This tenor made his operatic debut at the Teatro Nuovo in his hometown of Naples in 1894
    $800 20
While with the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries, this biologist wrote "Under the Sea" & "The Sea Around Us"
    $800 10
One of the few pagan rather than Christian works he did was a statue of this Greek god of wine
    $800 25
The last name of the brothers who were governors of N.Y. & Arkansas during the '60s
    DD: $2,000 13
"The wise want love; and those who love want wisdom", he wrote in "Prometheus Unbound"
    $1000 6
After fleeing from Norway, Viking Ingolfur Arnarson became the first settler of this country
    $1000 30
This period of music is said to have ended with the death of Bach in 1750
    DD: $500 23
This director of the Boston Cooking School introduced the use of precise measurements for all ingredients
    $1000 18
This statue was moved to its present spot in 1973 & a copy was put at the old spot, the Piazza Della Signoria
    $1000 26
In the 1980 pres. election, this independent candidate received about 7% of the popular vote
    $1000 14
Lord Byron wrote, "Maidens, like" these insects, "are ever caught by glare"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Dallas Jim
$6,500 $5,900 $6,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"Perchance to Dream" is Robert B. Parker's sequel to this 1939 Raymond Chandler novel

Final scores:

Bill Dallas Jim
$12,500 $11,700 $13,400
2nd place: trip on Delta to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands & stay at the Frenchman's Reef 3rd place: Cuthhberton Christmas tree dinnerware + Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy New champion: $13,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Dallas Jim
$8,500 $6,300 $6,700
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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Game tape date: 1991-08-27
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