Show #1747 - Tuesday, March 17, 1992

Phil Yellman game 3.


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Michael Igoe, an editor from Redondo Beach, California

Ro Hendricksen, a head counselor from Manahawkin, New Jersey

Phil Yellman, a word processor from Albuquerque, New Mexico (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
One act of "The Tales of Hoffmann" takes place in this city; Giulietta rides off in a gondola
    $100 14
A person who acts snobbish might be told to get off his "high" one of these
    $100 2
In 1973 this governor of California became the 1st celebrity "roasted" on "The Dean Martin Show"
    $100 16
Decaffeinization of this bean drink provides caffeine for the soft drink & pharmaceutical industries
    $100 1
Cricket is a major sport in most nations formerly colonized by this country
    $100 9
Queen Anne gave this city its charter in 1708; it's now Maryland's capital
    $200 27
This 1904 Puccini opera is set in Nagasaki
    $200 15
A burden that's hard to get rid of is like having this seabird "around one's neck"
    $200 3
First name shared by fashion designers McFadden & Quant
    $200 17
Sausage, sage, giblets & onion are popular ingredients in this poultry accompaniment
    $200 4
This game in which 8 players on horseback use mallets to drive the ball probably began in Persia
    $200 10
Interest in this fish caught in Nova Scotia "spawned" a museum named for it
    $300 28
The title characters of this opera nibble on one of the sets, a gingerbread house
    $300 22
Canine cliche describing a ruthlessly competitive "world"
    $300 6
Profession of Frank Rich, who's been called the "Butcher of Broadway"
    $300 18
Of cow's milk, goat's milk or reindeer's milk, the one with the most fat by far
    $300 5
Nicknamed "The Sport of Queens", racing these animals is derived from the sport of coursing
    $300 11
Rose Hall near Montego Bay in this country was the home of a murderess known as the "White Witch"
    $400 29
In a Menotti opera, the Magi stop at this boy's house on the way to Bethlehem
    $400 23
A resting eider, or an easy target
    $400 7
Michael Jackson wrote the theme song for this pair of Las Vegas illusionists
    $400 19
Clear dry liquor that's the base in Bermuda Rose & Cafe de Paris cocktails
    $400 20
Nicknamed "Pistol Pete", this LSU player holds the NCAA career basketball scoring record with 3,667 points
    $400 12
The ABC islands are Aruba, Bonaire & this
    $500 30
Rossini title character who lives in a chalet beside Lake Lucerne
    $500 24
To ward off poverty is to keep this animal "from the door"
    $500 8
Doll designer Beatrice Alexander Behrman, who died in 1990, was better known by this name
    DD: $1,000 25
It leads all U.S. states in the production of chocolate
    $500 21
For more than 5 centuries this game similar to lawn bowling has been played in Italy
    $500 13
It's the official language of Dominica but not of the Dominican Republic

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

Phil Ro Michael
$100 -$300 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Ro Michael
$2,700 $300 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
It isn't known whether Queen Hatshepsut of this country died of natural causes or was deposed & slain
    $200 7
According to the book of Psalms, the normal life span of man is "threescore and ten" or this many years
    $200 1
In pocket billiards the 1 ball & the stripe on the 9 ball are this "cowardly" color
    $200 2
This sibling saga by Alexandre Dumas, Pere takes place on the island of Corsica in 1841
    $200 9
It's the study of the atmosphere as well as the study of the weather
    $200 15
Found only in South America, the scarlet ibis & the horned Coot are rare ones of these
    $400 12
She was an art instructor to King Louis XVI's sister Elisabeth before she founded her wax museum
    $400 23
President Wilson's War Objectives, proposed in 1918, covered this many "points"
    $400 3
This phrase for happy times is from the old practice of coloring holy dates on church calendars
    $400 20
She called her first version of "Pride and Prejudice" "First Impressions"
    $400 10
Your coccyx is a vestigial one of these
    $400 19
Suriname, like its former mother country the Netherlands, uses this monetary unit
    $600 16
Thomas Cromwell promoted Henry VIII's marriage to this 2nd Anne; it failed & he was beheaded
    $600 24
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is based on this number of stocks
    $600 4
A blue-gray color is named for this English potter who used it in his ceramic ware
    $600 21
In a Thornton Wilder novel, brother Juniper witnesses the collapse of this title structure
    $600 11
The law of segregation is this Austrian monk's first law of genetics
    $600 28
During WWII this country allowed U.S. troops to establish a base in the Galapagos Islands
    $800 17
This psychoanalyst left Nazi-dominated Austria in 1938 & moved to London
    $800 25
It's 10 to the sixth power
    $800 5
The name of this blue dye denotes its origin on an Asian subcontinent
    DD: $1,200 22
Frances Parkinson Keyes' murder mystery "Dinner at Antoine's" is set in this city
    $800 13
On a grant from the Smithsonian, this scientist came up with the 1st successful liquid-fuel rocket
    DD: $500 29
This windswept plateau whose name means "big feet" makes up over 1/4 of Argentina's land
    $1000 18
This soprano was in her teens when she debuted in her native Stockholm in 1838
    $1000 26
A pentadecagon is a geometric figure with this many sides
    $1000 6
A deep reddish purple color is named for this dangling flower of the evening primrose family
    $1000 27
His story "The Man Who Would Be King" was first published in his collection "The Phantom Rickshaw"
    $1000 14
While he discovered methane gas, this Italian is better known for his battery

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Ro Michael
$6,400 $1,300 $5,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

No one was ever convicted of the double murder committed in this Massachusetts town on August 4, 1892

Final scores:

Phil Ro Michael
$2,399 $100 $200
3-day champion: $31,400 3rd place: Moulinex kitchen appliances + Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: Michael C. Fina china + Maytag Jetclean dishwasher + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Phil Ro Michael
$6,000 $1,300 $5,200
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
9 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
5 W
19 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $12,500

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Game tape date: 1991-12-04
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