Show #1746 - Monday, March 16, 1992

Phil Yellman game 2.


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Mike Monahan, a telecommunications specialist from West Springfield, Massachusetts

Sue O'Neil, a child support specialist from Patterson, New Jersey

Phil Yellman, a word processor from Albuquerque, New Mexico (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Most of Chicago burned in 1871 but the house of this family, in whose barn the fire began, was undamaged
    $100 2
"Climb ev'ry mountain, ford ev'ry stream, follow ev'ry rainbow till you find" this
    $100 8
It's a tradition to wear this 3-leafed plant on St. Patrick's Day
    $100 16
Its stalks may be chopped fine for use in salads or eaten whole stuffed with cream cheese
    $100 21
Ted Turner is replacing the cows on his Montana ranch with 7,000 head of these plains animals
    $100 26
The place in southern California in which you'd find Tomorrowland
    $200 4
The historian Tacitus said this emperor returned to Rome in time to see his palace burn
    $200 3
"Getting to know you, putting it my way, but nicely you are precisely my cup of" this
    $200 9
In England Cinderella pantomimes are a popular feature of this holiday season
    $200 17
Popular varieties of this garden vegetable include Jubilee, Early Girl & Red Cherry
    $200 22
Dianne Neale of N.Y. made the news when she said this "E.T." host's voice triggered her seizures
    $200 27
According to the proverb it's what shouldn't be "put off till tomorrow"
    $300 11
Fewer than 10 people died in this city's Great Fire of 1666 & all the houses were rebuilt in 10 years
    $300 5
"Younger than" this "are you, softer than starlight are you"
    $300 10
On Guadalupe Day worshippers walk on their knees to Tepeyac Hill in this capital city
    $300 18
This popular curly- leafed garnish is a member of the carrot family
    $300 23
TV Guide reports this '70s female detective show is Saddam Hussein's all-time favorite TV show
    $300 28
This 1936 book ends "After all, tomorrow is another day"
    $400 12
A 1990 fire at this city's Happy Land Club brought on the U.S.'s biggest mass-murder charge
    $400 6
"June is" doing this "all over"
    $400 14
Dragon-boat races are held all over this country on the 5th day of the 5th moon
    $400 19
Red varieties of this vegetable are often canned as pimiento
    $400 24
In 1991 he became the 1st U.S. Secretary of State to address the Mongolian Parliament
    $400 29
It's Spanish for tomorrow, as Peggy Lee could sing to you
    DD: $500 13
In September 1812 this city set itself on fire rather than be taken by Napoleon's troops
    $500 7
"It's a Grand Night for" doing this; "the moon is flying high"
    $500 15
Legend says that witches ride to the Brocken, a mountain peak in this country, on Walpurgis Night
    $500 20
Also called cos lettuce, it originated on the Greek island of Cos, not in ancient Rome
    $500 25
Trying to make the smallest & lightest one of these, Motorola came up with a new 7.7-ounce microTAC
    $500 30
Position played by Tomorrow in "Who's On First?"

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

Phil Sue Mike
$500 $700 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Sue Mike
$2,000 $1,400 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 23
A variety of concerts are put on at the center donated by this 57 varieties family
    $200 2
In 1615 he published a sequel to his 1605 work "Don Quixote"
    $200 1
The ducat of Venice & the florin of this city were new gold coins circulated in the 13th c.
    $200 3
In 1885 9-year-old Joseph Meister became the 1st person saved by his rabies treatment
    $200 19
The University of Nevada has two campuses, one in Las Vegas, the other in this city
    $200 14
The North hired John Ericsson to design this ship after learning the South had an ironclad
    $400 25
In 1760 the largest seam of this ever struck in Pennsylvania was discovered on Mt. Washington
    $400 8
These 2 members of the Lafayette Escadrille collaborated on "Mutiny on the Bounty"
    $400 10
In 1975 Khmer Rouge Communists led by Pol Pot took control of this country
    $400 4
Among this naturalist's works is "Variations in Animals & Plants Under Domestication"
    $400 20
Graduates of Radcliffe actually receive their degrees from this college
    $400 15
Watching at Fredericksburg, he noted, "It is well that war is so terrible--we should grow too fond of it"
    $600 26
He was prime minister of Britain when troops built a fort on the city's site in the 1750s
    $600 9
She's the beautiful Gypsy girl who "rang" Quasimodo's bells
    DD: $2,300 11
In 1521 Councilors of the Holy Roman Empire met as the diet of this German city, to check the Reformation
    $600 5
This bacteriologist was knighted in 1944 for his discovery of penicillin
    $600 21
When it first opened in 1881, it consisted of a shanty, about 40 students & one teacher, Booker T. Washington
    DD: $1,400 16
John Burns was the only civilian of this Pennsylvania town to fight in the July 1-3, 1863 battle there
    $800 27
This stadium is home to Pittsburgh's pro baseball & football teams
    $800 22
His "Sometimes a Great Notion" tells the tale of an Oregon logging family
    $800 12
This Dane in the service of Peter the Great established Russia's claim to Alaska in 1741
    $800 6
Last name of father & son physicists Niels & Aage who won Nobel Prizes 53 years apart
    $800 29
Built in 1752, Connecticut Hall is this university's oldest building
    $800 17
He was relieved as general-in-chief in March 1862 & as Commander of the Army of the Potomac in November
    $1000 28
Bell started this new phone service in Pittsburgh in 1970, but no one saw much in it
    $1000 24
Maugham novel in which orphan Philip goes to live with his aunt & Uncle, Louisa & William Carey
    $1000 13
In 1926, this Norwegian, an Italian pilot & an American flew over the North Pole in a dirigible
    $1000 7
This Swedish botanist coined the term Homo sapiens to classify humans
    $1000 30
The Missouri College where Churchill gave his "Iron Curtain" speech & London's Gov't District share this name
    $1000 18
This state began the Civil War with about 65,000 sq. miles & finished with about 41,000

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Sue Mike
$12,700 $4,400 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this coastal city is believed to be derived from the Greek for "victory"

Final scores:

Phil Sue Mike
$14,001 $100 $0
2-day champion: $29,001 2nd place: trip on Delta & stay at Smugglers' Notch Ski Resort in Vermont 3rd place: Vivitar 320Z camera + Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Phil Sue Mike
$10,200 $4,400 $7,000
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
12 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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Game tape date: 1991-12-04
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