Show #1712 - Tuesday, January 28, 1992

Dave Willis game 3.


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Will Akers, a writer from Nashville, Tennessee

Kathy Forrest-Hayes, a waitress and student from Freehold, New Jersey

Dave Willis, a manager from Ventura, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
For a close encounter, head to Elmwood; it calls itself the world capital of these
    $100 3
Brian Jones,
Bill Wyman,
Charlie Watts,
Keith Richard &
Mick Jagger
    $100 1
Rex, the king of Carnival, crowns a queen during this New Orleans festival
    $100 25
In time of war, the Coast Guard comes under the jurisdiction of this military service
    $100 8
Chincoteague & Blue Point are 2 varieties of this shellfish often served "casino"
    $100 20
A business operating at a loss is said to be this
    $200 17
This large city calls itself "A Great Place on a Great Lake"
    $200 4
Mickey Dolenz,
Peter Tork,
Michael Nesmith &
Davy Jones
    $200 2
Canada, as well as the U.S., observes this holiday on the first Monday in September
    $200 26
Manned by the Coast Guard, the International Ice Patrol was founded soon after this 1912 ship disaster
    $200 9
When applied to food, Alsacienne usually indicates the presence of this preserved cabbage in the dish
    $200 21
This marine mammal is also known as a sulfur-bottom
    $300 18
Ripon is known as the birthplace of this political party
    $300 5
Ace Frehley,
Paul Stanley,
Peter Criss &
Gene Simmons
    $300 13
This state honors Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole on March 26
    $300 27
On January 28, 1915 this president signed into law a bill creating the Coast Guard
    $300 10
Strips of meat dried in the sun, its name comes from the Peruvian word charqui
    $300 22
This New Mexico missile range is the largest all-land rocket testing range in the U.S.
    $400 19
If you skip Bloomer, you'll be in "Dutch" because it's the capital of this exercise sport
    $400 6
John Paul Jones,
John Bonham,
Jimmy Page &
Robert Plant
    $400 14
On St. David's Day, some Welshmen wear this onion-like plant, the symbol of their country
    $400 28
While in this city's harbor, the cutter Harriet Lane fired the Civil War's 1st shot from a vessel
    $400 11
These hard, chewy rolls, popular with cream cheese, are boiled before they're baked
    $400 23
The athletic teams at Duke University sport this nickname
    $500 30
Pulaski prides itself on this type of dance music
    $500 7
Ginger Baker,
Eric Clapton &
Jack Bruce
    DD: $1,000 15
This state observes its own Independence Day on March 2
    $500 29
The Coast Guard motto, Semper Paratus, means this
    $500 12
It's the Italian version of the soft custard the French call sabayon
    $500 24
On July 9, 1776 New York State ratified the Declaration of Independence in this city

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

Dave Kathy Will
$2,400 $0 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Kathy Will
$3,800 $200 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Usually, hieroglyphs were carved in stone & hieratic writing was done by pen on this
    $200 11
From its resemblance to a snake, a long, fluffy scarf worn on the shoulders is called this
    $200 1
During pregnancy, this hollow organ expands to about 24 times its normal size
    $200 12
Flower-covered carriages were the 1st "floats" to take part in this Pasadena event, Jan. 1, 1889
    $200 18
Though written in Hebrew letters, Yiddish is usually considered a variant of this language
    $200 28
Farces known as Fabulae Atellanae originated in this empire, where they were popular for centuries
    $400 5
The ancient Egyptians called their leader "Pr-O", which turned into this in the Bible
    $400 13
In the '50s & '60s women "buzzed" about town in this hairstyle, a tall dome shape on top of the head
    $400 2
The point at which this nerve enters the eye is known as the blind spot
    $400 14
James Naismith not only invented this sport, he also wrote the 1st rule book
    $400 19
English words derived from this language include bard, shamrock & whiskey
    $400 29
Medieval plays about the lives & miracles of these people were called miracle plays
    $600 6
For a while she ruled with her son Caesarion
    $600 23
Strapless & often beaded, a clutch is this
    $600 3
Ear & throat infections can trigger a swelling of these tiny glands in the neck & armpits
    $600 15
On the first sound recording, Thomas Edison recited this children's poem
    $600 21
In Hong Kong this Chinese dialect, not Mandarin, is an official language
    $600 30
He was the 1st director of England's National Theatre; its theatre named for him opened in 1976
    DD: $2,800 7
At the end of the Old Kingdom the capital moved from Memphis to this southern city
    $800 27
In the early 1970s women were showing off their legs with these short shorts
    $800 9
From the Greek for "around the heart", it's the thin, membranous sac that surrounds the heart
    $800 16
As a stunt for the NY World, she became the 1st woman to travel around the world, unaccompanied
    $800 20
Today the two main forms of this language are Demotic & Katharevousa
    $800 26
The 1988 Tony Awards celebrated the 100th anniversary of this female producer's birth
    $1000 8
During the Old Kingdom this god of fertility became the god of the underworld
    $1000 24
Capezio was founded in 1887 to make shoes for this type of dance
    $1000 10
Except for the palms & soles, these oil glands are scattered over the entire surface of the body
    $1000 17
The 1st former president to become a congressman, he served from 1831 until his death in 1848
    DD: $2,400 22
Of the approx. 113 million people who live in this country, most speak Bengali
    $1000 25
When this author's "Picnic" 1st opened on Broadway in 1953, its cast included Paul Newman

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Kathy Will
$8,200 $1,000 $6,900

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the only radioactive element that occurs naturally as a gas

Final scores:

Dave Kathy Will
$14,200 $1,999 $13,800
3-day champion: $32,401 3rd place: Service Merchandise gift certificate + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: Broyhill entertainment center + Sanyo VCR + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Kathy Will
$8,100 $1,000 $6,900
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
3 W
19 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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Game tape date: 1991-11-12
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