Show #1941 - Monday, February 1, 1993


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Barbara Sontz, a computer consultant from New York City, New York

Emily Zehmer, a librarian originally from McKenney, Virginia

Ira Goodkofsky, a data processing manager originally from New Haven, Connecticut

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
In 1955, at 80, he resigned as British prime minister because of age
    $100 1
This soft tissue found inside bones can be red or yellow
    $100 3
This toy which has entertained generations of kids is nothing more than 67' of coiled steel
    $100 24
Montserrat is "The Emerald Isle of the West" because it was settled by people from this country
    $100 2
A pair of objects that are exactly alike are described as this
    $100 18
Talks like a duck
    $200 14
Ira Hayes, a Pima Indian, was one of the Americans who raised the flag over this island in 1945
    $200 4
It was once common to perform an adenoidectomy along with this procedure
    $200 5
In chess this piece is often represented by a miter
    $200 25
In 1902 Mt. Pelee, one of these, reportedly left only 1 survivor in St. Pierre, Martinique
    $200 8
Without any alteration, a drinking straw can be turned into this weapon
    $200 20
It's the only provincial capital in Canada that fits the category
    $300 15
Nicknamed "Machine Gun" & declared Public Enemy No. 1, he never killed anyone
    $300 11
If you suffer from keratitis, this part of the eye is inflamed
    DD: $500 6
At $60 apiece, these 2 properties are the least expensive on a Monopoly board
    $300 26
Ginger, Salt & Beef are among the islands with tasty names in this "chaste" British group
    $300 9
It's the transportation for "The Owl and the Pussy-Cat"
    $300 21
In Spanish this punctuation symbol is also used upside-down in front of a sentence
    $400 16
When this man became regent to the crown of Ethiopia, Heruy Walda Sellase became Foreign Minister
    $400 12
In a hiatal hernia, part of this organ is sticking through the diaphragm
    $400 7
This stereoscopic toy with 3-D reels made its debut at the 1939 New York World's Fair
    $400 27
This British naval hero was married on the Caribbean island of Nevis in 1787
    $400 10
A fairy tale says a girl who can feel a pea thru 20 mattresses & 20 feather beds is a real one of these
    $400 22
Politician quoted as saying, "We're going to have the best-educated American people in the world"
    $500 17
This founder of the Boy Scouts got the nickname "The Butterfly Spy" during the Boer War
    $500 29
It's the term for any pain-relieving substance like aspirin or acetaminophen
    $500 28
In this game a complete hand of tiles usually consists of 4 chows, pungs or kongs & a pair
    $500 30
It's the "C" of the ABC islands, or the liqueur that's made there
    $500 19
Essential in Chinese cooking, you can eat it pod & all (though you should trim the tips before using)
    $500 23
Outlaw Frank James was part of this man's Confederate group of Raiders

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Ira Emily Barbara
$200 $1,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ira Emily Barbara
$1,600 $2,900 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1919 MacArthur became superintendent of this military school
    $200 11
Blue & Gray magazine is "For those who still hear the guns" of this war
    $200 24
1 Kings 10:22 mentions that this "proud" bird was among the treasures brought to King Solomon
    $200 16
While many countries have kings as heads of state, Monaco & Liechtenstein have these
    $200 21
Her son Carlo Ponti, Jr. played her baby in the 1970 film "Sunflower"
    $200 6
Fong & Long became the first senators from this state to sit in Congress
    $400 2
Like his father, Arthur, Douglas won this highest U.S. military decoration
    $400 12
If you know that this publisher was born in Hungary in 1847, you deserve a "Prize"
    $400 25
Legend says that the arrival of this bird which nests on roofs & chimneys brings good luck
    $400 17
England's King James I was born in this castle in the Scottish city of the same name
    $400 22
"Tasty" term for the savage sagebrush sagas that were often directed by Sergio Leone
    $400 7
This building was put on the back of the penny
    $600 3
His boldness during this war got him the nickname "D'Artagnan of the AEF"
    $600 13
The original motto of this magazine for women over 40 was "for the woman who wasn't born yesterday"
    $600 26
The best talker among these birds is the African gray species
    $600 18
This country's longest-reigning monarch, King Gustav V, ruled from 1907-1950
    $600 23
In 1960 he directed his first international hit, "L'avventura"; "Blow-Up" came 6 years later
    $600 8
After selling fewer than 110,000 of them, Ford discontinued this innovative car
    $800 4
MacArthur signed the Japanese surrender for the Allies on this battleship in Tokyo Bay
    $800 14
She was still editor in chief of Vanity Fair when she was named Magazine editor of the Year in 1988
    $800 28
This yellow-bellied woodpecker drills holes in the bark of trees in neat horizontal rows
    $800 19
Anna of Austria, the fourth wife of this country's King Philip II, was also his cousin
    $800 9
Singer J.P. Richardson, nicknamed this, was killed in a small plane crash February 3
    $1000 5
MacArthur was in this country when he announced he would return to the Philippines
    DD: $1,200 15
Once an assistant to Diana Vreeland, this editor now has a chic women's magazine named for herself
    $1000 27
Species of this bird include Japanese, Bohemian & Cedar
    $1000 20
This current monarch was only 20 years old when he became the 5th king of the Belgians in 1951
    DD: $2,000 10
May 24, 4 days after receiving the Medal of Freedom, this former Secretary of State died

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ira Emily Barbara
$1,600 $4,700 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This service organization's name comes from American Indian dialect meaning "we make ourselves known"

Final scores:

Ira Emily Barbara
$0 $500 $5,600
3rd place: Imperial wall coverings + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis 2nd place: trip on Delta to Savannah, Georgia & stay at The Westin Resort on Hilton Head, South Carolina New champion: $5,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ira Emily Barbara
$3,600 $4,700 $4,000
15 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
5 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $12,300

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Game tape date: 1992-10-27
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