Show #1929 - Thursday, January 14, 1993


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Lisa Wentz, an administrator from Los Angeles, California

Steve Shuttleworth, a lawyer from Huntington Beach, California

Kimberly Kallsen King, a legal clerk originally from Cottonwood, Arizona (whose 2-day cash winnings total $9,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Gold is discovered at Sutter's Mill, luring thousands of prospectors to California
    $100 11
Roger Rees reads "H.", Lin Haire-Sargeant's tale of this brooding hero's journey back to Wuthering Heights
    $100 16
The ITTF holds a world championship in this sport, also called ping-pong, every 2 years
    $100 1
The da capo type of this operatic solo was extremely popular from about 1650 to 1750
    $100 26
On "The Lawrence Welk Show", Lawrence Welk & Myron Floren both squeezed this instrument
    $100 21
Though often called a wine, this Japanese drink is technically a beer
    $200 7
The Exxon Valdez runs aground in Prince William Sound, spilling over 10 million gallons of oil
    $200 12
This TV actress moved her "Hot Lips" to narrate the racy novel "French Silk"
    $200 17
The name of this organization for folks with high IQs means "table"
    $200 2
Col arco is a musical direction for playing an instrument with this device instead of plucking
    $200 27
Although this state's name may mean "wild rice country", it's better known for cheese
    $200 22
A black velvet cocktail is made with equal parts of stout & this bubbly wine
    $300 8
The 20-month-old Lindbergh baby is kidnapped
    $300 13
"Misery" loves company, so this Oscar-winning actress, not J. Foster, reads "The Silence of the Lambs"
    $300 18
The noble, or inert, gases constitute group O on this table
    $300 3
"I am the very model of a modern major-general" is one of many comic patter songs by this dynamic duo
    $300 28
Eye shadows, eyeliners & eyebrow pencils, for example
    $300 23
Made from sugarcane products, it was the most popular hard liquor in early America
    $400 9
"All About Eve" wins 6 Oscars, including "Best Picture"
    $400 14
Fans of this spy novelist can hear what he sounds like when he reads his own novel "The Russia House"
    $400 19
This measure is equal to 15 milliliters
    $400 4
The name of this wavering vocal effect is Italian for "vibrated"
    $400 29
This Finno-Ugric language is also known as Magyar
    $400 24
A boccie ball calls for orange juice, club soda & this almond-flavored liqueur
    $500 10
Thomas Edison's kinetoscope for viewing Motion Pictures is first shown to the public
    DD: $600 15
Other Weight Watchers might enjoy hearing this British actress read "The Anastasia Syndrome"
    $500 20
Alexander Woollcott & Harpo Marx were members of the Round Table that met at this NYC hotel
    $500 5
Though it's now associated with Central America, the marimba probably originated on this continent
    $500 30
This word for a vivid shade of red comes from the Latin for "little worm"
    $500 25
Because of its heavy body & distinctive flavor, the Holland type of this is usually drunk straight

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

Kim Steve Lisa
$1,800 $800 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kim Steve Lisa
$3,700 $1,300 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
In 1867 Cochin China, the southern part of Vietnam, became a colony of this country
    $200 6
The potter type of this insect uses mud to make its juglike nest
    $200 26
To address the pope, call him "Your Holiness"; to address a man with this church rank, use "your eminence"
    $200 14
Referring to his bold signature, he remarked, "There, I guess King George will be able to read that"
    $200 1
"The sun was shining on the sea, shining with all his might" for this Lewis Carroll pair
    $200 21
This lord protector's body was disinterred & hanged during the reign of Charles II
    $400 10
Banh Chung are rice cakes made especially for Tet, this holiday
    $400 7
With a wingspread of 11", Queen Alexandra's birdwing is the largest of these insects
    $400 27
For the 50 people in the United States who hold this post, one form of address is "excellency"
    $400 15
New Hampshire signer Josiah Bartlett also had the honor of casting the 1st vote for this 1st constitution
    $400 2
"The night has a thousand eyes, the day but one...the mind has a thousand eyes, and" this organ "but one"
    $400 22
Cuauhtemoc, the ruler of these people, was hanged in 1525 as a captive of Cortes
    $600 11
Cameras are banned in his tomb, tho he said "nothing is more precious than independence and freedom"
    $600 8
At a length of 4 1/2", the giant green darner is the largest U.S. species of this insect
    $600 28
This common 3-letter term of respect came from the Latin senior, meaning "elder"
    $600 18
The 2 signers who later became U.S. presidents
    $600 3
William Ernest Henley wrote, "I am the master of" this; I am the captain of my soul"
    $600 23
This communist's brother Aleksandr Ulyanov was hanged for plotting against the Czar
    $800 12
The country has 2 major river systems, the Red in the north & this one, known for its delta, in the south
    $800 16
Ants "herd" these plant insects & obtain a liquid called honeydew from them
    $800 29
Still used by some law firms, when it's put after a man's name it takes the place of "Mr."
    DD: $1,500 19
Charles Carroll of Maryland, who outlived all other signers, was also a founder of this railroad
    $800 4
William Blake asked this "tytle anymal", "Did he who made the lamb make thee?"
    $800 24
John Andre, to whom this American traitor offered to surrender West Point, was hanged in 1780
    $1000 13
The "Hanoi Hilton" on Hoa Lo Street is actually one of these
    $1000 17
Some of these insects are known as 17-year locusts because it takes 17 years for them to develop
    DD: $2,000 30
If Walter Mondale had won in 1984, his running mate's form of address would have been this
    $1000 20
While chairman of the Navy Board in 1776 & 1777, Francis Hopkinson is believed to have designed this
    $1000 5
Women he wrote poetry to include Amarantha, Lucasta & Althea
    $1000 25
Ahithophel, who joined this man's revolt against his father, King David, later hanged himself

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kim Steve Lisa
$7,400 $4,100 $2,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Ed Wynn & W.C. Fields turned down the title role in this 1939 film

Final scores:

Kim Steve Lisa
$8,201 $0 $2,500
3-day champion: $17,202 3rd place: Oneida gift certificate 2nd place: a trip to Nassau, Bahamas

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kim Steve Lisa
$6,700 $4,100 $4,300
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R,
4 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 1992-09-22
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