Show #1743 - Wednesday, March 11, 1992


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Jack Tomarchio, an attorney from Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania

Al Levy, an engineer originally from Brooklyn, New York

Ann Wright, an immunologist from Agua Dulce, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $26,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Senate Square is the center of the older section of this Finnish capital
    $100 17
In this religion, Shivaratri is celebrated by fasting & telling stories of Shiva
    $100 16
Funnel, sheet, orb & scaffold are some of the types of these spiders build to capture prey
    $100 1
The leading characters in Michael Korda's novel "Curtain" remind readers of Vivien Leigh & this husband
    $100 26
The duration of a king's rule, or precipitation that falls from the sky
    $100 11
He was born in NYC on May 8, 1940; we assume he opened his "Jaws" and cried
    $200 7
The Arch of Hadrian is in Athens & Hadrian's Wall is in this country
    $200 19
This Jewish holiday begins with a special meal called a seder
    $200 18
This is blue even in low-class spiders because it contains hemocyanin instead of hemoglobin
    $200 2
This TV wife of Bill Cosby made her Las Vegas debut in 1990 as his opening act
    $200 27
An image that's worshipped, or to run a motor out of gear
    $200 12
A hotel was named for O. Henry in his hometown, Greensboro, in this state
    $300 8
This Italian city is known for its chocolates & vermouth as well as its shroud
    $300 20
St. Joseph's Day, March 19, marks the return of the swallows to this California mission
    $300 23
The poisonous Loxosceles reclusa spider is more commonly called by this colorful name
    $300 3
This TV "Golden Girl" told TV Guide, "I think that I was 5'7" when I was 5 years old"
    $300 28
The estate of a medieval lord, or his way of behaving
    $300 13
His "Remembrance of Things Past" might have included his birth in Paris in 1871
    $400 9
The capital of this country was named for 1 of its landmarks, the Church of St. Sofia
    DD: $500 21
In Roman Catholicism, Holy Thursday commemorates this event in Jesus' life
    $400 24
Though some have 6, most spiders have 8 of these organs arranged in 4 pairs
    $400 4
He said people in India treated him like an icon & carried him through the streets after he played Gandhi
    $400 14
Alex Haley's roots go back to this city, the home of Cornell University
    $500 10
It's the largest university in Austria
    $500 22
Meaning "50th day", it's the end of the full ecclesiastical observance of Easter
    $500 25
A spider's body has 2 principal parts: a cephalothorax & this
    $500 5
This star of "L.A. Story" is a trustee of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
    $500 15
This native of Hartford, Connecticut is married to Sacramento-born Joan Didion

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

Ann Al Jack
$1,800 -$200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ann Al Jack
$3,600 $700 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Galvanizing iron or steel helps prevent it from doing this
    $200 12
Expo 67, this city's World's Fair, was held on 2 islands in the St. Lawrence River
    $200 1
There is no permanent snow on this continent, including its highest peak, Mt. Kosciusko
    $200 4
The names of U.S. naval ships are preceded by U.S.S., the names of British naval ships by these 3 letters
    $200 19
Dan Aykroyd said that "being with him was electric, really electric"
    $200 26
2 ravens named "Thought" & "Memory" are messengers of this chief god
    $400 3
These retinal cells are more sensitive than cones but provide no color information
    $400 13
The Japanese conquered this Chinese region in 1931 & renamed it Manchukuo
    $400 8
New York's highest point, Mount Marcy, is located in these mountains in the northeast
    $400 6
After the Titanic Disaster an international patrol to look for these was set up in 1914
    $400 20
Called "Old Blood and Guts", he wrote, "A pint of sweat will save a gallon of blood"
    $400 27
Mead from the she-goat Heidrun was 1 of the taste treats at this hall of the slain
    $600 5
The computer language "Formula Translation" is better known by this shortened name
    $600 14
Bought by Elvis in 1957, it's now claimed to be the 2nd most recognized house in the U.S.
    $600 16
The wine made from grapes grown on the slopes of this Italian volcano is known as Lacrima Christi
    $600 7
It's a 2-masted square- rigged ship or the jail aboard it
    $600 21
In the 17th century Thomas Fuller noted, "He was a very valiant man who first adventured on eating of" these
    $600 28
Of Asgard, Midgard or Rightgard, the one that's the Earth in Norse mythology
    $800 9
The resistance of a fluid to flow; syrup has a greater degree of it than water
    $800 24
In 1950 he was named the greatest race horse of the first half of the 20th century
    DD: $1,000 17
The name of this mountain in the Bernese Alps is German for maiden or virgin
    $800 10
In 1819 it became the 1st steamship to cross the Atlantic, though most of the trip was by sail
    $800 22
Daniel Webster said God grants this "only to those who love it, and are always ready to guard and defend it"
    DD: $1,100 29
Thor had one of these called Mjolnir that returned to his hand like a boomerang after he threw it
    $1000 15
Einstein used this theory, introduced by Max Planck in 1900, to help explain the photoelectric effect
    $1000 25
This Jay Anson book told of supernatural occurrences at 112 Ocean Avenue in a town on Long Island
    $1000 18
The world's tallest mountain, measured from base to peak, is located on this island
    $1000 11
Columbus' Santa Maria was this type of seagoing vessel whose name begins with "C"
    $1000 23
"Will you love me in December as you do in May" asked this NYC mayor in the 1920s

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ann Al Jack
$4,800 $5,200 $5,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

With 10 letters, his middle name was the longest of any U.S. president

Final scores:

Ann Al Jack
$9,600 $10,201 $10,200
3rd place: Armani sculpture from Miller Import + Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy New champion: $10,201 2nd place: Jules Jurgensen man's watch + Ross Simon bracelet

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ann Al Jack
$4,800 $4,900 $6,600
19 R,
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $16,300

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Game tape date: 1991-12-03
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