Show #1725 - Friday, February 14, 1992


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Tom Michael, a medical conference planner from Charlottesville, Virginia

Bill Kleinebecker, a customer advocate from Austin, Texas

Anita Dorsett, an information management director from Houston, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
About 65 miles from Louisville, Ft. Harrod was this state's first permanent settlement
    $100 9
On her 1947 series, this collie did her own barking; other dog sounds were done by Earl Keen
    $100 1
From 1928-1930 she served as aviation editor for Cosmopolitan magazine
    $100 18
World Book said this color signifies death in most countries
    $100 16
"Stupid" name of the puppets often seen on ventriloquists' knees
    $100 26
Here's the scoop: a pigeon makes this noise
    $200 6
Much of the world's borax comes from this Southern California desert
    $200 11
The melody heard most often on his "Melody Ranch" show was "Back in the Saddle Again"
    $200 2
After a close working relationship with her father, she founded child psychoanalysis
    $200 19
The color of certain fish flesh, or the fish itself if it's a Chinook or sockeye, chum
    $200 17
This common type of puppet is also known as a glove puppet
    $200 27
A princess who finds one of these under her mattress should speak of it
    $300 7
T. Roosevelt took the presidential oath of office at Wilcox Mansion in this 2nd largest N.Y. city
    $300 12
This Mercury Theatre co-founder died 1 day after the 50th anniv. of its "War of the Worlds" broadcast
    DD: $500 3
Until her 1985 death, she was considered the world's leading authority on the mountain gorilla
    $300 23
A young deer like Bambi, or his color
    $300 20
Bunraku, the traditional puppet theatre of this country, is named for puppet master Uemura Bunrakuken
    $300 28
On special occasions, champagne might be served with this meat
    $400 8
This North Carolina cape with a 70-mile national seashore is northeast of Cape Lookout
    $400 13
In "It's Higgins, Sir", Higgins' job was as one of these for an American family
    $400 4
As a UN delegate, this former first lady helped draft the Declaration of Human Rights
    $400 24
In heraldry, "vert" is the name for this color, even if you're not in France
    $400 21
These rod puppets perform behind a screen; only their silhouettes are seen by audiences
    $400 29
Fred thought he was being funny when he poured this liquor in my trumpet
    $500 10
A beautiful park surrounds Herbert Hoover's birthplace at West Branch in this state
    $500 14
He played Waldo on "Burns & Allen" & Walter on "Our Miss Brooks"
    $500 15
Her contract with a French theatre company was canceled in 1863 after she slapped another actress
    $500 25
This color shares its name with a condiment made from pulverized seeds
    $500 22
A theatre in this city where Mozart was born presents Mozart operas performed by marionettes
    $500 30
There's nothing like a promenade through the streets of this capital city

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

Anita Bill Tom
$2,300 $1,000 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anita Bill Tom
$3,500 $2,000 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
You might get your kicks watching this risque French dance known for its high kicks
    $200 1
This general sued CBS after it said he deliberately underestimated enemy strength in Vietnam
    $200 4
Founded in 1833, the Weekly Green Bay Intelligencer was this state's first newspaper
    $200 3
This French river rises near Dijon & flows about 480 miles to the English Channel
    $200 12
The Whiffenpoof Society is a branch of this school's glee club
    $200 25
In the Walt Kelly comic strip, Pogo is one of these creatures
    $400 18
The strathspey, a dance developed in this country, is slower than the Highland fling
    $400 2
When asked by the Germans to surrender at Bastogne in 1944, General McAuliffe had this one-word reply
    $400 5
Newspapers in New York, Denver & Houston share this name
    $400 6
This sea is bordered on the south by the Aleutian Islands
    $400 13
This university founded by a Quaker merchant's $7 million bequest is Baltimore's largest
    $400 30
It's the minimum age of a septuagenarian
    $600 21
The Kathakali, a dance performed in India, dramatizes stories from this religion
    $600 7
1 of 3 generals the Whig Party ran for president between 1840 & 1852
    $600 9
This country's 2 major daily newspapers are the Nassau Guardian & the Nassau Tribune
    $600 8
This sea between China & Korea gets its name from the color of the earth deposited on its shores
    $600 14
This New York City school's Press 1st published its famous encyclopedia in 1935
    $600 29
It's been said that he who plants this tropical fruit tree "plants food & drink. vessels & clothing"
    $800 22
A Spanish dance, or the jacket you might wear to perform it
    $800 20
From 1941-1970 General Lewis B. Hershey didn't lead troops in the field but directed this
    $800 15
In the 1980s this Philadelphia newspaper won 10 Pulitzer Prizes for Journalism
    $800 10
The Gulf of Papua lies on the southern border of this island nation
    DD: $1,500 19
This state's university at Machias is the easternmost 4-year school in the U.S.
    $800 28
After completing their 11-volume "Story of Civilization" this couple wrote a "Dual Autobiography"
    DD: $2,000 23
The habanera, which has a tango-like rhythm, is named for this city
    $1000 24
Once Lincoln's Gen. in chief of the Union Army. he ran against Lincoln in the 1864 presidential election
    $1000 16
Boston's largest daily newspaper, it's been co-owned by the Taylor family since 1873
    $1000 11
The beaches at San Sebastian, Spain & Biarritz, France front on this bay
    $1000 26
This Midwest school operates the Argonne National Laboratory & the Yerkes Observatory
    $1000 27
The U.S. Coast Guard Academy at New London, Connecticut overlooks this river

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anita Bill Tom
$8,500 $8,200 $8,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He was listed as the author of 1726's "Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World"

Final scores:

Anita Bill Tom
$15,500 $7,599 $17,001
2nd place: Panasonic laptop word processor & answering system + Sentry fire safe file 3rd place: Magnavox 3" LCD TV + Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy New champion: $17,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Anita Bill Tom
$8,300 $7,200 $8,100
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $23,600

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Game tape date: 1991-11-19
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