Show #1684 - Thursday, December 19, 1991

India Cooper game 4.


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Alan Belancik, a marketing consultant from Wilton, New Hampshire

Dolph Schmidt, a lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland

India Cooper, an actor and copy editor originally from Denver, Colorado (whose 3-day cash winnings total $47,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
This "Grand" Michigan city has been called "Furniture City"
    $100 9
Doctors don't fare well: in 1966 "Doctor Zhivago" lost, in 1968 this Rex Harrison doctor
    $100 23
If you're arachnophobic, beware of the Brazilian wandering ones, they're the most venomous
    $100 18
Peter the Great's niece Anna Ivanovna was empress of this country from 1730-1740
    $100 1
Autumn to James Whitcomb Riley was when this "is on the punkin"
    $100 2
Dialects of this language include Hakka, Min & Xiang
    $200 8
The name of this West Central Indiana city is French for "high land"
    $200 10
In 1975 he lost the Best Picture Oscar as producer of "The Conversation" but won for "The Godfather, Part II"
    $200 24
Measuring over 15 feet, the Salvadori monitor is the longest one of these
    $200 19
This king of Hawaii had many wives but Kaahumanu was his favorite
    $200 14
Bishop Fulton Sheen said, "An atheist is a man who has no invisible means of" this
    $200 3
It's German for au revoir
    $300 25
Tourist sites in this Wisconsin city include the Schlitz Audubon Center & the Pabst Theater
    $300 11
Married to each other at the time, they were both nominated for "The Goodbye Girl"
    $300 28
Sometimes found weighing over 40 pounds, the American species of this is the heaviest crustacean
    $300 20
King Tut's wife Ankhesenamen was this queen's daughter; we don't know if she called her "Mummy"
    $300 15
In a 1955 interview John Mason Brown called it "chewing gum for the eyes"
    $300 4
After 1926 Turkish switched from this script to the Roman alphabet
    $400 26
Since the 1920s Boeing aircraft has been the mainstay of this city's economy
    $400 12
"Taxi Driver", "Network", "All the President's Men" & "Bound for Glory" were KO'd by this film for 1976
    $400 29
The bird believed to have the fewest feathers is the ruby-throated species of this
    $400 21
The father of the current king of Spain, or a legendary Spanish seducer immortalized in literature
    $400 16
According to Alexander Pope, this "springs eternal in the human breast"
    $400 5
Exclamation marks & slashes represent the unusual sounds produced in this group of African languages
    $500 27
A cast-iron statue of Vulcan overlooks this city, Alabama's largest
    $500 13
At the 1949 awards, the time wasn't right for this Gregory Peck war film to win Best Picture
    $500 30
Named for their loud cry, these monkeys are considered the noisiest land animals
    $500 22
In 1958 this crown prince's Buddhist fiancee agreed to marry him in a traditional Shinto ceremony
    $500 17
George Santayana observed, "Those who cannot remember" this "are condemned to repeat it"
    DD: $500 6
The 2 main languages spoken by the opponents in the Hundred Years' War

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

India Dolph Alan
-$100 -$300 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

India Dolph Alan
$3,200 -$800 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
This Asian desert became widely known through the writings of Marco Polo in the 13th century
    $200 9
The answer to this perennial question is "Practice, practice!"
    $200 3
Thomas Nelson Page's novel "Red Rock" depicts the effects of this war on 2 old Southern families
    $200 1
On June 12, 1962 3 convicts escaped from this island prison by digging out with spoons
    $200 2
This lowest theoretical temperature is -273.15° C or -459.67° F
    $200 26
This state flower of Massachusetts shares its name with a famous Pilgrim ship
    $400 11
It's a rocky promontory at the tip of South Africa's Cape Peninsula
    $400 10
This blue-eyed singer first appeared at Carnegie Hall his way, in a 1961 benefit for the SCLC
    $400 4
This poet's collection, "Sequel to Drum Taps", contained "O Captain! My Captain!"
    $400 18
The 21st Ecumenical Council was known as this because it was the 2nd held in St. Peter's
    $400 13
It's the form of alcohol found in beer, wine & spirits
    $400 27
The white, waxy blossom of this fruit tree is Florida's state flower
    $600 17
At about 22 feet below sea level, Prins Alexander Polder is the lowest point in this European country
    $600 12
Time was on their side when this rock group rocked Carnegie Hall on June 20, 1964
    $600 5
First name shared by title characters Brand & Frome
    $600 19
The U.S. automaker that announced a 50,000-mile or 5-year guarantee
    $600 14
On the pH scale, a solution measuring 1-6 indicates this
    $600 28
This state flower of Kansas is often grown as a farm crop for the oil in its seeds
    $800 20
The greatest depth of this sea, about 1500 feet, lies near Sweden's Gotland Island
    DD: $1,500 23
This Spaniard who revived interest in the classical guitar made his Carnegie Hall debut in 1946
    $800 6
Edward Albee dramatized her story "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe" in 1963
    $800 24
The only 2 scheduled U.S. transatlantic passenger airlines in 1962, their merger never came off
    $800 15
Like mercury, bromine has this unusual property
    $800 29
This common desert shrub is Nevada's state flower & gives it one of its nicknames
    $1000 21
The Sicilian name of this volcano is Mongibello
    $1000 22
He wasn't prime minister of Poland yet when he made his U.S. recital debut at Carnegie Hall in 1891
    $1000 7
Like the hero of his novel "An American Tragedy", this author grew up in poverty
    $1000 25
On November 30, 1962 he was unanimously elected secretary-general of the U.N.
    DD: $2,000 16
On the periodic table, 3 of the 6 elements classified as noble gases
    $1000 30
Oklahoma's state flower, this shrub with white berries was regarded as sacred by the druids

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

India Dolph Alan
$11,900 $800 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1952 he set up a law practice with partner Oliver Tambo

Final scores:

India Dolph Alan
$7,900 $1,599 $1,700
4-day champion: $55,300 3rd place: Nicolet men's & ladies gold-tone watches + the Jeopardy! home game or computerized version 2nd place: FlexSteel Industries contemporary sofa + Sanyo cable-ready 20" remote control color TV with MTS stereo & SAP bilingual broadcast + the Jeopardy! home game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

India Dolph Alan
$11,200 $800 $6,000
31 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
6 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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Game tape date: 1991-09-30
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