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    $300 18
This canvas boat shoe has the floor surface of a ship in its name
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Show #1901 - Monday, December 7, 1992

Dennis Donohue game 4.

Contestants

Paul Schlicher, a technical writer from Yardley, Pennsylvania

Carol Shaw, an information systems manager from Weston, Connecticut

Dennis Donohue, an administrative services officer from Litchfield Park, Arizona (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $33,600)

Jeopardy! Round

ANIMALS
FOOTWEAR
STATE CAPITALS
MAGAZINES
ANAGRAMS
INVISIBLE MEN
    $100 1
Unlike most other mammals, these "ships of the desert" have oval red blood corpuscles
    $100 16
Lazy people. or their moccasin-like shoes
    $100 3
Founded by Captain John Augustus Sutter, this capital was an early supply center for gold prospectors
    $100 9
"Goings On About Town" is a popular feature of this Manhattan magazine
    $100 22
Matt Groening named one of the Simpsons this because it's an anagram of "brat"
    $100 21
As Nick in "Memoirs of an Invisible Man", all he wants are his molecules back & Daryl Hannah
    $200 2
Marlin & sailfish closely resemble this fish with a weapon in its name
    $200 17
A type of satin, or an item of footwear that can be carpet or ballet
    $200 5
Faneuil Hall in this New England capital is known as the "Cradle of Liberty"
    $200 10
Of who, what or where, the one that's the Australian offspring of People magazine
    $200 23
It's how Lil felt after eating rotten apples
    $200 25
These days Goldie Hawn sees a lot of this "Now You See Him, Now You Don't" star
    $300 4
The chocolate point, a type of this Asian cat, should have points the color of milk chocolate
    $300 18
This canvas boat shoe has the floor surface of a ship in its name
    $300 6
Until 1969 Iolani Palace in this city served as the state capitol building
    $300 12
World Monitor Magazine is the sister publication of this newspaper
    $300 24
Our announcer Johnny Gilbert loves this beverage made from honey & water
    $300 27
In a 1951 film this comedy pair joins forces with invisible man Arthur Franz
    $400 11
You can recognize a cassowary by the horny casque on top of this part of its body
    $400 19
You might feel regal when you wear Balmorals because they're named for one of these in Scotland
    $400 7
First called Mahto, this South Dakota capital was renamed in 1880 for a French fur trader
    $400 13
This novelist, John Gregory Dunne's brother, is noted for his celebrity interviews in Vanity Fair
    $400 26
It's a synonym for average, as Marlon could tell you
    $400 29
He wasn't seen very long on TV as "The Invisible Man"; his tenure as Illya Kuryakin lasted longer
    $500 15
The coachwhip, which is one of these, jerks or whips its head when it bites, which can cause lacerations
    $500 20
A brand of casual shoes, or deep-fried cornmeal dumplings once used to "quiet canines"
    $500 8
By 1960 the first ICBMs were housed at Francis E. Warren AFB near this Wyoming capital
    DD: $700 14
Diana Vreeland was Harper's Bazaar's fashion editor for 25 years before she moved to this magazine
    $500 28
It amuses us to know this name is an Irish variation of James
    $500 30
You may remember seeing him in "Cocoon" & "Police Academy" but not in "The Man Who Wasn't There"

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

Dennis Carol Paul
$800 $2,100 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dennis Carol Paul
$2,200 $3,000 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
AUTHORS
ART
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
TUNNELS
    $200 1
Legend says a shortage of these in Rome caused Romulus to take them from the Sabines
    $200 13
This fruit varies in length from 4 to 12 inches & a bunch can weigh over 100 pounds
    $200 8
This author of "Little Men" became an acquaintance of Nathaniel Hawthorne in Concord, Mass.
    $200 19
He moved to Brittany to be with peasants, but because they weren't simple enough, he moved to Tahiti
    $200 3
Supporters & opponents of the Vietnam War were called by these bird terms
    $200 23
On Dec. 1, 1990 workers from both sides met in the "Chunnel" under this body of water
    DD: $1,000 2
After this ruler's death, Israel split into 2 kingdoms: Israel in the north & Judah in the south
    $400 15
To quote the Encyclopedia Americana, it's "the principal canning pear"
    $400 9
This author's pen name may derive from Orrin Henry, a prison guard
    $400 20
Born in 1853 at Groot Zundert, the Netherlands, he sold only 1 painting in his lifetime
    $400 5
The 21st Amendment repealed the 18th Amendment, which provided for this
    $400 27
The Great St. Bernard Tunnel in the Alps connects Switzerland with this country
    $600 4
Sent by France to rule Mexico. this man was executed there in 1867
    $600 16
Spinach, carrots & sweet potatoes are good sources for this vitamin that keeps your skin healthy
    $600 10
This author of "The Source" attended Swarthmore College on an athletic scholarship
    $600 21
The Duchess of Alba may have been the model for his clothed & unclothed Maja paintings
    $600 14
In 1901 the duty of protecting the president was given to this branch of the Treasury Department
    $600 28
Completed in 1927, this tunnel under the Hudson River was the world's 1st underwater automobile tunnel
    $800 6
In 1980 Andrei Sakharov was told to park it in this city
    $800 25
This tropical breakfast fruit can weigh up to 20 lbs. & its latex has an enzyme used in tenderizers
    $800 11
James Hilton wrote this sentimental tale of an English schoolmaster in 4 days
    $800 22
Anthony van Dyck was assistant to this Flemish master
    $800 17
This independent auditing agency of Congress is abbreviated GAO
    $800 29
About 2170 B.C. the first known pedestrian tunnel was dug in Babylonia & passed under this river
    $1000 7
The native troops in India known as these mutinied in 1857
    $1000 26
The peel of the bergamot variety of this fruit is used in Earl Grey tea
    DD: $1,500 12
Anthony Hope created this mythical Central European kingdom for "The Prisoner of Zenda"
    $1000 24
American artist John Trumbull is best known for his paintings of this war
    $1000 18
This is the process of submitting a proposed state law to a vote of the people
    $1000 30
The Eisenhower Memorial Tunnel just west of this state capital passes through the Continental Divide

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dennis Carol Paul
$6,400 $3,900 $5,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
This island nation has the world's largest Muslim population

Final scores:

Dennis Carol Paul
$12,699 $3,900 $10,400
4-day champion: $46,299 3rd place: Flute lamps & Wheel of Fortune + Jeopardy! for Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis 2nd place: Insight 386SX computer & Panasonic fax machine & portable cassette player

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Dennis Carol Paul
$6,400 $5,200 $5,200
20 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,800

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