Show #1691 - Monday, December 30, 1991


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Judy Irvine, a professor from Shelburne, Vermont

Mark Thompson, a real estate investor from Lexington, Massachusetts

Jim Alverson, a legal assistant from Tustin, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Etta Place accompanied this outlaw pair when they escaped to South America in 1901
    $100 13
Cornflower is a vivid shade of this
    $100 10
Type of professional abbreviated RN
    $100 26
Coats of adult show dogs of this "French" breed must have a Continental or English clip
    $100 1
This single-reed woodwind's name comes from Latin for "clear"
    $100 15
Since 1960 the Hawaiian Host company has sold these nuts covered with chocolate
    $200 7
Encyclopedia Americana calls this dentist ally of the Earps a "picturesque consumptive"
    $200 14
Before he died, Jim Henson requested that no one wear this color to his memorial service
    $200 11
To perform their marriage ceremony, a couple might seek out a JP, which is this
    $200 27
The harrier is a medium-sized hound bred originally to hunt these animals
    $200 2
Both Andrea Guarneri & this most famous violin maker were trained by Nicola Amati
    $200 16
A tea in which the leaves are rolled into pellets, or an explosive mixture used in bullets
    $300 8
The gold-plated pistols Frank Butler gave her are at the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum
    $300 23
A shade of green, or a gemstone that was often carved during the Ch'ing Dynasty
    $300 20
M.H.R. after a congressman's name indicates he's a member of this
    $300 28
In the film "The Wizard of Oz", Dorothy's dog, Toto, was the cairn breed of this group of dogs
    $300 3
The dijeridu is important to the native music of this continent
    $300 17
The Reverend Sun Myung Moon was born in this country where he began preaching in 1946
    $400 9
He was a buffalo hunter before he hunted down & shot Billy the Kid
    $400 24
A nut whose shell resembles a peach stone, or the pale tan color named for it
    $400 21
On certain written works, abr. indicates this
    $400 29
Known to ancient Egyptians, Greeks & Romans, this white toy breed is named for a Mediterranean island
    $400 4
This 3-stringed, Russian instrument comes in 6 sizes from piccolo to double bass
    $400 18
This single-humped camel has a gestation period of about 315 days; the Bactrian takes over a year
    $500 12
Some say this dapper lawman who wore a bowler hat was born in Illinois; others say he was from Quebec
    $500 25
A woman's name, or the unique color of Elizabeth Taylor's eyes
    $500 22
With rising medical costs, many people now belong to HMO plans, HMO standing for this
    DD: $400 30
In Peter Pan, the Darling's Nana was one of these, named for a Canadian province
    $500 5
Born in Paris of Chinese parents, Yo-Yo Ma is a virtuoso on this instrument
    $500 19
Aphra Behn, the 1st Englishwoman to earn her living as a writer, was a spy for this restoration king

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

Jim Mark Judy
$2,600 $400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Mark Judy
$4,400 $900 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
In October 1960 the U.S. declared an embargo on most exports to this island nation
    $200 8
Chares of Lindos made this huge bronze figure that stood by the harbor of Rhodes
    $200 12
A U.S. senator from Rhode Island since 1961, Claiborne Pell belongs to this party
    $200 19
In 1848 this future author was apprenticed as a printer at his brother's Hannibal Journal
    $200 24
In "Bringing Up Baby", he played an absent-minded paleontologist whose life is complicated by Katharine Hepburn
    $200 16
Since the U.S. Postal Service became semi-independent in 1971, this is no longer a Cabinet position
    $400 6
Ebenezer Bassett, the 1st Black U.S. diplomat, was named consul general to this French-speaking nation in 1869
    $400 9
She married photographer Alfred Stieglitz in 1924 & settled in northern N.M. after his death in 1946
    $400 13
The arm on the Arm & Hammer label is that of a former wrestling coach at this Ivy League school
    $400 20
This late writer of Westerns published a Hopalong Cassidy story under the pen name Tex Burns
    $400 25
He won an Oscar for playing Jamie Lee Curtis' boyfriend in "A Fish Called Wanda"
    $400 17
These were 1st issued in the U.S. in 1873 & sold for the price of the 1ยข stamp printed on them
    DD: $1,500 7
From 1822 to 1889, this country was ruled by emperors
    $600 5
French painter of lush jungles & wild beasts nicknamed "Le Douanier" the customs officer
    $600 14
Some early settlements were called plantations & this first one was founded by Roger Williams
    $600 21
His job in a mental hospital provided the background for "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
    $600 26
This comedian's film roles included Egbert Souse, Eustace McGargle & Larson E. Whipsnade
    $600 18
In 1911 the 1st sack of mail to be sent this way was delivered from one part of Long Island to another
    $800 11
In 1989 this country's PRI party conceded the 1st major election defeat in its 60-year history
    DD: $1,000 1
Known for wrapping large objects, this sculptor doesn't use his last name, Javacheff
    $800 3
This breed of poultry traces its beginnings to a farm in Little Compton in the 1850s
    $800 2
Her childhood near Zurich, Switzerland inspired "Heidi" & other stories
    $800 29
"Play Misty for Me" was the first film this actor directed
    $800 27
Lincoln's 1861 inaugural address went 1,966 miles in a record 7 days, 17 hours via this
    $1000 23
This Indian civilization developed in what is now Guatemala circa 300 B.C.
    $1000 10
He was the son of Jose Ruiz Blasco, a Spanish art teacher; he used his mother's last name
    $1000 15
The state's 1st newspaper, the Rhode Island Gazette, was published in 1732 by his brother, James
    $1000 22
This author's first novel was "The Gentleman from Indiana" in 1899
    $1000 30
Her father played a half-wit in "Ryan's Daughter" & her sister played a nanny on TV
    $1000 28
This service, providing mail to outlying areas, began in 1876 & now serves 20 million families

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Mark Judy
$13,600 $1,700 $3,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This Dutchwoman claimed she was the daughter of an Indian dancer & was raised in a Hindu temple

Final scores:

Jim Mark Judy
$10,700 $1,992 $4,199
2-day champion: $20,200 3rd place: Marshall Field's Frango mint chocolates + a Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Nintendo Game Boy 2nd place: Magnavox MovieMaker camcorder with 8:1 power zoom + Magnavox 4-head VHS VCR with on-screen display with 45-function remote control

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Mark Judy
$13,700 $2,700 $5,300
31 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
5 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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Game tape date: 1991-10-21
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