Show #1923 - Wednesday, January 6, 1993


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Brian McCarthy, an advertising account executive from Willow Grove, Pennsylvania

Ann Elizabeth Zibrat, a private school principal from Laurel, Maryland

Marty Green, an electrician from Fresh Meadows, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Papyrologists learn more about Ancient Egypt by studying texts written on this material
    $100 2
The film in which Bogart said, "We'll always have Paris"
    $100 1
Introduced in 1924, this Kimberly-Clark product was the first disposable handkerchief
    $100 8
In a sauna, water is thrown on these heated items to produce steam
    $100 26
Some folks say Queen Victoria popularized this dog, but perhaps Lassie deserves some of the credit
    $100 14
A ballad sung by a medieval minstrel, or a floral garland worn by a Hawaiian tourist
    $200 19
Egyptian men often wore these skirts, but they weren't plaid like the Scottish ones
    $200 3
This 1962 Peter O'Toole epic was re-released to great acclaim in 1989
    $200 4
This corporation whose N.Y. Stock Exchange symbol is LTD owns the Lane Bryant clothing chain
    $200 9
The Old Penn station in NYC was modeled after the Baths of Caracalla, built c. 210 A.D. in this city
    $200 27
This native of Germany is the most popular herding dog registered with the American Kennel Club
    $200 15
The hereditary units found on a chromosome, or pants made of heavy, twilled cotton
    $300 20
Egyptians loved to drink this brew, which they made by fermenting half-baked bread
    $300 5
Sammy Davis Jr. played Sportin' Life in this film based on an opera
    $300 23
This insurance society is headquartered on Lime Street in London
    $300 10
This 18th century American statesman brought the slipper bath, a tub for the modest, back from France
    $300 28
Among these dogs, the water type has a poodle-like coat while the cocker's is long & silky
    $300 16
The weight of precious gems, or a unit of measure for the fineness of gold
    $400 21
Callimachus, a Greek scholar, compiled the bibliography for this great ancient library
    $400 6
"There's something about working the streets I like. It's the tramp in me", he said in "Limelight"
    $400 24
The Kellogg Company was founded in this city where it's still headquartered
    DD: $600 11
The name of this bath that eases lower body pain is from German for the position you're in when using it
    $400 29
Term for the hairs along the neck & spine; a dog raises them in times of stress
    $400 17
To modify, or the elevated structure on which religious ceremonies are enacted
    $500 22
This goddess hid her son Horus until he was old enough to avenge the murder of his father, Osiris
    $500 7
The Mauch Twins played the title lookalikes in a 1937 film based on this Mark Twain novel
    $500 25
After rejecting Paramount's offer to buy it, Time Inc. merged with this company in 1990
    $500 12
The fibrous part of this tropical vine fruit is dried & used as a bath sponge
    $500 30
This "barkless" dog's name is probably of Bantu origin, meaning "native of the hinterland"
    $500 18
To look furtively, or to achieve a maximum point of development

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

Marty Ann Elizabeth Brian
$700 -$300 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Ann Elizabeth Brian
$2,300 $1,000 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Cute, isn't it?)
    $200 18
In the 1920s this island was partitioned into Catholic- & Protestant-dominated parts
    $200 13
"The Great One" & a book subtitled "An Intimate Portrait of the Great One" are recent bios of this late comic
    $200 5
It was the nickname of Teddy Roosevelt's Progressive Party in 1912
    $200 1
Paul's feast day, June 29, is shared with this saint & leader of the Apostles
    $200 2
When it merged with the town of St. Anthony in 1872, this city became the state's largest
    $200 26
The "flying" type of this support allowed Gothic cathedrals to have large stained glass windows
    $400 19
It was partitioned from India in 1947 but still had to win its independence from Pakistan
    $400 14
This controversial police chief reflects on his career in "Chief: My Life in the LAPD"
    $400 6
The Anti-Saloon League & the WCTU have been supporters of this party's programs over the years
    $400 4
By trade, Paul was a maker of these shelters
    $400 3
Unearthed on a Minn. farm, the Kensington Rune Stone records an alleged visit by these people in 1362
    $400 27
Traditionally, pieces of stained glass are joined by means of cames, strips of this metal
    $600 20
When this country was partitioned in 1954, Annam was split between the North & South portions
    $600 15
In "Pastime" by Robert B. Parker, this P.I. "For Hire" searches for a missing mother who's mixed up in a mob heist
    $600 7
This party named for paper notes not backed by gold elected 14 members to Congress in 1878
    $600 21
In Acts 22:3 Paul announces to a crowd, "I am verily... a Jew, born in" this city "in Cilicia"
    $600 10
Minnesota leads the nation in the production of this ore, most of it coming from the Mesabi Range
    $600 28
Stained glass maker Louis Comfort Tiffany was one of the greatest exponents of this "New Art" style
    $800 22
This Mediterranean isle was partitioned in the mid-1970s
    DD: $1,400 16
An aging Aurora Greenway reappears in Larry McMurtry's "The Evening Star", a sequel to this novel
    $800 8
In this state the Liberal & Conservative parties exert ideological pressure on the 2 major parites
    $800 24
Making up several books of the Bible, they're the letters written by Paul
    $800 11
America's busiest port on the Great Lakes is shared by Superior, Wisconsin & this Minnesota city
    $800 29
The blue stained glass of the Cathedral in this city 50 miles SW of Paris defies modern imitation
    $1000 23
It was first partitioned in 1772; Russia got the NE & Austria & Prussia took parts, too
    $1000 17
In "Very Old Bones", this "Ironweed" author continues his saga of the Phelan family of Albany
    $1000 9
This farmer-backed party that advocated free silver coinage received 22 electoral votes in 1892
    $1000 25
As he approached this city, a heavenly light shone upon Paul, blinding him for 3 days
    $1000 12
This author's home in Sauk Centre is preserved as a historic site
    DD: $1,000 30
This Russian-born artist designed stained glass for the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center synagogue

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Ann Elizabeth Brian
$9,300 $200 $3,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Botany Bay kino, a resin used to protect wood from worms, is derived from this type of tree

Final scores:

Marty Ann Elizabeth Brian
$7,300 $100 $2,200
2-day champion: $13,800 3rd place: MCE stereo system + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis 2nd place: trip to Ixtapa, Mexico

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marty Ann Elizabeth Brian
$9,300 $200 $4,400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
8 R,
4 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,900

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Game tape date: 1992-09-21
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