Show #1927 - Tuesday, January 12, 1993


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Paul McBride, a military attorney originally from Ionia, Michigan

Kimberly Kallsen King, a legal clerk originally from Cottonwood, Arizona

Nancy Butts, a reporter from Barnesville, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Do you see a pattern?)
    $100 1
The Hebrew title of this book, "Bereshith", means "in the beginning"
    $100 11
An old rhyme tells us this many "days has September, April, June and November..."
    $100 16
Before presiding over "The People's Court", he was a Ca. Superior Court judge from 1961 to 1979
    $100 2
Constantine II was the last king of this country before it became a republic in 1973
    $100 23
"Keep your mouth shut" & these "open"
    $100 21
The slogan "No taxation without representation" was in response to this 1765 act passed by Parliament
    $200 7
The Ninth Commandment says, "Thou shalt not bear false witness against" this person
    $200 12
The most famous office building in Arlington, Virginia has this many sides
    $200 17
In 1920 club owners appointed Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis the 1st commissioner of this prof. sport
    $200 3
Originally a hunting lodge, Versailles was expanded & turned into a grand palace by this Grand King
    $200 24
You'll find "no rose without" one of these
    $200 22
Under this 1862 act, 160 acres of free land in the west was given to any citizen who'd settle it
    $300 8
The raising of this man from the dead has been called the greatest miracle of Jesus' ministry
    $300 13
Scheherazade should hold the Guinness record for story-telling; she spun tales for this many nights
    $300 18
Before opening a saloon in Texas in 1882, this justice of the peace was a cattle rustler in Mexico
    $300 4
In 1976 he became the first Spanish king to visit the Americas
    $300 25
"Faint heart never won" one of these
    $300 26
The import & export of intoxicating liquors was banned by this 1919 act named for its sponsor
    $400 9
3 epistles & the fourth gospel are attributed to this apostle
    $400 14
Connie Stevens, Ringo Starr & Tennessee Ernie Ford all had hit songs with this number in their titles
    $400 19
On August 6, 1930 this New York Supreme Court justice disappeared & was never found
    $400 5
Early kings of this country included Indulf, Dub & Duncan I
    $400 29
It's this kind of "dust" that "blinds all eyes"
    $400 27
This 1890 act was used in the early 1900s to break up Standard Oil & the American Tobacco Company
    $500 10
After 3 of his sons were slain in battle, this first king of Israel killed himself
    $500 15
An adult who's never lost any permanent teeth should have this many canines, whether or not he's a dog owner
    DD: $700 20
This U.S. district court judge presided over the trial of the orig. 7 Watergate defendants
    $500 6
In 1991 this Saudi king & his family placed 3rd on Fortune Mag.'s annual list of world billionaires
    $500 30
"The last" one of these "makes the cup run over"
    $500 28
This 1973 act protects rare wildlife habitat

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

Nancy Kim Paul
$1,800 $2,100 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nancy Kim Paul
$2,400 $3,000 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
He said, "The widow Douglas, she took me for her son"
    $200 16
Director Martin Scorsese appeared as a stagehand in this film about Jake LaMotta
    $200 21
On December 19, 1776 he began publishing a series of 16 pamphlets called "The Crisis"
    $200 25
In 1966 this eccentric billionaire sold his shares of TWA for over $500 million
    $200 11
This state's annual events include A World Catfish Festival in Belzoni & a shrimp festival in Biloxi
    $200 6
This country's political parties include Fianna Fail & Fine Gael
    $400 2
This schoolmaster was perhaps the most superstitious soul in Sleepy Hollow
    $400 17
He wasn't on "The A-Team" yet when he tangled with Sylvester Stallone in "Rocky III"
    $400 22
In an August 1779 raid on England, this American naval commander captured 17 British ships
    $400 27
He sold his Lancaster Caramel Company in 1900 & started making chocolate 5 years later
    $400 12
In November Thailand celebrates its "round- up" of these pachyderms with races & tugs-of-war
    $400 7
In 1944 this country broke away from Denmark & elected Sveinn Bjornsson its first president
    $600 3
This principal character in "Les Miserables" was imprisoned for 19 years for stealing a loaf of bread
    $600 18
Paul Newman played this Rocky, not Rocky Balboa, in "Somebody Up There Likes Me"
    $600 23
This basic weapon of the British foot soldier weighed about 10 pounds & was called "Brown Bess"
    $600 28
This tea mogul made several unsuccessful attempts to win the America's Cup between 1899 & 1930
    $600 13
Annual "500" festivities in this city leading up to the big race include a mini-marathon & memorial parade
    $600 8
This Southern Hemisphere island nation became a dominion of Great Britain Sept. 26, 1907
    $800 4
This corpulent Rex Stout detective was played by William Conrad in a 1981 TV series
    $800 19
Rod Serling adapted the screenplay for this boxing film from his own Emmy-winning TV script
    $800 24
Before the Continental Army, Americans were defended in each colony by this citizen army
    $800 29
In 1969 he became chairman & CEO of the Chase Manhattan Bank
    $800 14
Each February this Hanover, N.H. college hosts America's oldest collegiate winter weekend carnival
    $800 9
Jozef Pilsudski seized power in this country in 1926 & ruled it until his death in 1935
    $1000 5
This Sinclair Lewis real estate salesman lives in the floral Heights neighborhood of Zenith
    $1000 20
This 1931 boxing classic was the first film that teamed Wallace Beery with Jackie Cooper
    $1000 26
As a major general, he captured Philadelphia for the British in 1777
    DD: $3,000 30
Chairman of the board of the Washington Post, she's the 1st woman to head a Fortune 500 firm
    DD: $1,000 15
In May this state hosts its annual Preakness Frog Hop
    $1000 10
This northern European country's legislature is called the Eduskunta

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nancy Kim Paul
$7,600 $6,200 $7,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He was born William Jefferson Blythe IV on August 19, 1946

Final scores:

Nancy Kim Paul
$0 $2,200 $0
2nd place: Berkline sofa + Bob Mitchell Designs wall coverings New champion: $2,200 3rd place: Panasonic stereo system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Nancy Kim Paul
$8,600 $6,200 $5,400
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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Game tape date: 1992-09-22
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