Show #1856 - Monday, October 5, 1992

Contestants

Felice Bogus, a grad student originally from Norfolk, Virginia

Jim Roberts, an opthamologist from Clearwater, Florida

Steve Saum, a writer originally from Chicago, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $35,001)

Jeopardy! Round

GEMS & JEWELRY
MUSIC APPRECIATION
1992 WOMEN OLYMPIANS
IT'S EXTINCT
BRITISH POTPOURRI
2-LETTER WORDS
    $100 11
Renaissance women wore several necklaces at a time, often made of these mollusk gems
    $100 1
Pizzicato isn't a direction to order pizza but to pluck these instead of playing them with a bow
    $100 26
It was a fine moment in "summer" swimming when she finally got the gold after a silver & bronze
    $100 15
They include Mount Shasta in California & Kilimanjaro in Africa
    $100 2
When the British Crown Jewels aren't on the queen's head, they're on display here
    $100 20
In Monopoly, a player collects $200 on passing this
    $200 12
Peridots are often this shade of green that may remind you of a martini garnish
    $200 7
Bach used his bean to write a comic cantata about a girl who can't give up this breakfast drink
    $200 27
Yael Arad, this country's first medalist ever, dedicated her silver to the slain athletes of the '72 games
    $200 16
Known for its overbite, this prehistoric cat could be found throughout much of the world
    $200 3
The daughter of an earl uses this title in front of her name, as Diana Spencer did
    $200 22
A letter of the alphabet, or one's former spouse
    $300 13
The 128-carat Tiffany Diamond was discovered in this country's famous Kimberley Mine
    $300 8
Nachtmusik is German for this; you might like to hear "a little" of it
    $300 28
World champion Giovanna Trillini of Italy "foiled" her opponent to win an individual gold in this sport
    $300 17
These birds became extinct on Reunion Island about 1750 & on Rodrigues Island about 1800
    $300 4
The 2 sphinxes at the base of this famous ancient obelisk were added during the Victorian Era
    $300 23
Freud described it as the instinctive part of the personality
    $400 14
Many fine fire opals come from Queretaro in this North American country
    $400 9
The pavillon is this part of a brass instrument, which has a nice ring to it
    $400 29
B. Jenner called her the "greatest athlete who ever lived, male or female" after she won her 2nd heptathlon
    $400 18
Coccolithophorids that lived 70-100 mil. yrs. ago fossilized to form this famous seaside site in England
    $400 5
The ancient baths in Bath, England were built by these people soon after they invaded Britain
    $400 24
In Egyptian mythology, he was the sun god
    DD: $800 21
The most highly valued of these gems are a deep color known as pigeon blood
    $500 10
Bagpipes usually have 3 of these; beehives have a few more
    $500 30
Added to the gymnastics all-around at the last minute, this 15-year-old Ukrainian took the gold
    $500 19
Known & named for its 3 horns, this dinosaur became extinct at the end of the Cretaceous Period.
    $500 6
In England it is appropriate to fly the Union Jack on April 23, this saint's day
    $500 25
It's the title of a hit song by Bread, or a poem by Rudyard Kipling

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

Steve Jim Felice
$800 $400 $2,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Jim Felice
$1,200 $1,800 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
BIOLOGY
THE SOUTH
BESTSELLERS
KISS
TELL
    $200 1
After his death on January 21, 1924, Stalin & Trotsky struggled for power in the USSR
    $200 7
As its name indicates, a mineral called calcitonin lowers the level of this mineral in the blood
    $200 2
The 2 French-speaking groups in Louisiana are the Creoles & this group originally from Canada
    $200 9
In 1978 this sequel to "The Winds of War" was a No. 1 bestseller
    $200 18
The Celts believed this plant had magic powers & brought them good luck; the kissing under it came later
    $400 3
As a result of the Congress of Vienna in 1835, Sweden received Norway from this country
    $400 13
Related to red hemoglobin, chlorocruorin, a pigment in some worms, is this color
    $400 5
Experts say a proper mint julep should be made with this state's bourbon
    $400 10
A 1986 bestseller, "The Class" was inspired by this "Love Story" author's own class reunion
    $400 19
According to "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend" it's what "a kiss on the hand may be"
    $600 4
Signed in 1912, the Treaty of Fez established this African country as a French protectorate
    $600 14
In fish & amphibians, the mesonephros functions much like this organ in humans
    $600 12
Havana-style cigars are made in this Florida city, an embarkation point for Spanish-American war troops
    $600 11
Tom Clancy's recurring hero Jack Ryan was introduced in this 1984 bestseller
    DD: $3,000 20
Traditional length of time the person associated with the following building waited for a kiss:
    $600 28
It was Tell's response when Gessler asked what the extra arrow was for
    $800 6
Portuguese sailors off course in a 1543 storm became the 1st Europeans to land in this Asian island country
    $800 15
A flower is considered perfect if it has both pistils & these male organs
    DD: $3,000 16
The name of this city, home to the University of Alabama, comes from the Choctaw for "black warrior"
    $800 23
No. 1 thrillers by this author include "The Firm" & "The Pelican Brief"
    $800 21
"The Kiss" was supposed to be a part of this sculptor's "Gates of Hell"
    $800 26
Tell, real or imagined, led the fight for Swiss freedom from this Austrian ruling house
    $1000 8
This Prussian ruler's invasion of Silesia in 1740 led to the War of the Austrian Succession
    $1000 27
Latin for "hard mother" it's the outermost membrane covering the brain
    $1000 17
The first chair factory in Thomasville in this state opened around 1870
    $1000 24
Barbara Tuchman's "The First Salute" is an account of this war
    $1000 22
This word meaning to kiss is from the Latin for "kiss"
    $1000 25
This German cut down on the Sturm und Drang a bit for his 1804 play about the Tell legend

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Jim Felice
$4,000 $1,600 $13,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LANGUAGES
The 2 languages on the Rosetta Stone

Final scores:

Steve Jim Felice
$3,201 $0 $10,600
2nd place: a trip to St. Thomas 3rd place: Sentry Fire-Safe filing cabinet + Wheel of Fortune/Jeopardy! video games for Super NES/Sega Genesis New champion: $10,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Jim Felice
$4,800 $1,600 $9,000
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
4 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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