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    $1000 26
In the 1940s this American behaviorist designed his first "baby box"
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Show #1612 - Tuesday, September 10, 1991

Steve Newman game 5.
Contestant introductions missing.

Contestants

Chip Hilliard, from

Elizabeth Silverman, from New York City

Steve Newman, a computer consultant from Rockville, Maryland (4-day champion whose cash winnings total $59,802)

Jeopardy! Round

WASHINGTON, D.C.
TREES
KIDDIE LIT
EUROPEAN HISTORY
A.K.A.
MIXED MEADIA
(Alex: ...and notice how we have spelled "Meadia".)
    $100 1
Statues of citizens from every state line Statuary Hall in this building
    $100 8
Varieties of this graceful tree are the weeping, white & pussy
    $100 14
They made a trail of pebbles & got home OK, but when they switched to bread crumbs, they got lost
    $100 6
This long, narrow boat first appeared in Venice in the 11th century
    $100 13
Of Spike Lee, Pinky Lee or Michele Lee, the one whose real name is Shelton Jackson Lee
    $100 19
We bet you know Lake Mead lies about 30 miles east of this city's Strip
    $200 2
"Ginevra de Benci" in the National Gallery is the only painting of his in the U.S.
    $200 9
The U.S. state in which the oldest & tallest living trees are found
    $200 15
So angry after his name is guessed, he tears himself in two
    $200 7
In 1964 Alexei Kosygin succeeded this man as Soviet premier
    $200 17
Elda Furry became a Hollywood columnist in the '30s using this name—keep it under your hat
    $200 27
In 1954 she was named an adjunct professor of anthropology at Columbia University
    $300 3
Eero Saarinen designed the terminal building of this international airport that serves D.C.
    $300 28
The "live" variety of this tree never loses its leaves
    $300 16
A grey spider keeps Wilbur from ending up as Bacon in this E.B. White story
    $300 10
Order founded in 1119, also called "Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ & the Temple of Solomon"
    $300 18
His first & middle names were James Francis, but you knew him better as "Da Schnozz"
    $300 20
On June 28, 1863 George Gordon Meade was put in charge of this Union army
    $400 4
The 23rd Amendment to the Constitution gave residents of Washington, D.C. the right to do this
    $400 29
This Latin American tree produces the lightest wood in commercial use
    $400 21
She traded her voice for 2 legs so the prince might fall in love with her
    $400 11
After King Alfonso XIII fled this country in 1931 it became a republic
    $400 25
This is Winona Horowitz' professional name; you may have seen her in "Heathers"
    $400 23
Mead is an archaic word for this topographical feature
    DD: $700 5
It has been called "The Nation's Attic"
    $500 22
A cock, a cat, a dog & a donkey wish to become the town musicians of this place
    $500 12
This Crimean town where the "Big Three" met in 1945 had been occupied by the Nazis from 1941-44
    $500 26
This late comedian was born Leonard Alfred Schneider, as Dustin Hoffman could tell you
    $500 24
Cass Gilbert gained professional experience with McKim, Mead, and White, this type of firm

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Steve Elizabeth Chip
$1,900 $400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Elizabeth Chip
$3,500 $1,500 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

TURN OF THE CENTURY
QUOTABLE QUOTES
CANADA
THEATRE
THE ELEMENTS
PSYCH 101
    $200 12
In 1900 this engineer died trying to keep the Cannonball Express from a collision
    $200 17
Uncle Sam said, "I want you" & he said, "Mr. Watson, come here, I want you"
    $200 5
They're the 2 official colors of Canada
    $200 7
This drama about a boy obsessed with horses won the 1975 Tony award for best play
    $200 1
One of the elements whose abbreviation is found in the name of the singing group Sha Na Na
    $200 28
In "Rain Man" Dustin Hoffman's character suffered from this disorder
    $400 6
In 1900 this man was on the team that won the 1st international lawn tennis trophy that bears his name
    $400 18
Ben Jonson called Shakespeare the "Sweet Swan of" this river
    $400 14
The 2nd-longest river in Canada, it shares its name with a territory
    $400 13
She's the subject of J.N. Barker's 1808 drama, "The Indian Princess"
    $400 2
The element abbreviated Am was named after this land
    $400 30
This test uses 10 inkblots in the study of personality disorders
    $600 8
The Chinese secret society, "The Righteous and Harmonious Fists", was commonly called this
    $600 23
Thomas Gray & Thomas Hardy described it as "madding", not "maddening"
    $600 15
What was once Upper Canada is now Ontario & Lower Canada, this province
    $600 19
The 1918 play "Exiles" was the only drama by this Irish novelist
    DD: $1,000 3
The atomic number of this element, abbreviated Pt, isn't 109, it's 78
    $600 29
The Academic American Ency. says this 1900 major work by Freud earned him only $209 in royalties
    DD: $1,000 9
Composer who, in 1899, wrote the following, one of his best-known pieces:
    $800 24
When Nelson said "I really do not see the signal!" he had done this with the telescope
    $800 16
First name of 3 of Canada's first 4 P.M.s; the next one to have it was Mr. Diefenbaker
    $800 20
In 1962 William Inge reworked this Pulitzer Prize-winning play of his & called it "Summer Brave"
    $800 4
Tellurium was named after the Earth & selenium after this
    $800 27
In psychoanalytic theory, this part of the personality represents the conscience
    $1000 11
This ideal "girl" was popularized in an 1899 book of sketches called "The Education of Mr. Pipp"
    $1000 25
Tennyson wrote "Man is the hunter;" this "is his game"
    $1000 22
This western province is Canada's top producer of timber products & molybdenum
    $1000 21
This Kaufman & Hart comedy about a madcap family won a 1937 Pulitzer Prize
    $1000 10
Used in some camping lanterns, it was named after the Norse god of thunder
    $1000 26
In the 1940s this American behaviorist designed his first "baby box"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Elizabeth Chip
$12,700 $4,300 $3,900
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

CLASSICAL MUSIC
(Alex: Something to hum.)
At the premiere of this Handel work, explosions destroyed part of the outdoor pavilion

Final scores:

Steve Elizabeth Chip
$15,700 $0 $6,900
5-day champion: $75,502 3rd place: his and hers watches + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger 2nd place: Mexican vacation + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Steve Elizabeth Chip
$12,300 $3,900 $3,900
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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