Show #1908 - Wednesday, December 16, 1992

Contestants

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Harry Koga, a student affairs assistant from Berkeley, California

Carroll Savage, a software support technician from West Hills, California

Sheryl Stein, a program analyst from Arlington, Virginia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $11,599)

Jeopardy! Round

CANADIAN GEOGRAPHY
SHIPS
DECEMBER 1969
FAMOUS KIMS
DANCE
PETS
    $100 22
Thunder Bay, a city in Ontario, is on Thunder Bay, an arm of this largest Great Lake
    $100 17
These include Royal Caribbean, Princess & Holland America
    $100 14
On December 15, 1969, this Israeli prime minister presented her new cabinet to the Knesset
    $100 1
As photojournalist Vicki Vale, she got the scoop on Batman
    $100 10
Ballerinas under age 11 shouldn't dance in these shoes that have been called "satin thorns"
    $100 5
Of the more than 25 Amazon species of these birds, most have green body feathers
    $200 23
Lakes in this province include Cedar, Gods & Winnipegosis
    $200 18
Arco recently passed this oil company as the largest shipping owner & operator in the U.S.
    $200 27
Gen. Torrijos was removed as this country's strongman on Dec. 15th & was restored on the 16th
    $200 2
This "Picnic" star is known for the menagerie she keeps on her ranch in Carmel, California
    $200 11
Tony winner Hinton Battle says he doesn't buy these shoes premade, he buys soft shoes & makes his own
    $200 6
They can be house-trained & kept indoors; outdoors, a hutch will keep them from hopping away
    $300 24
St. John & St. John's are cities in these "New" provinces
    $300 19
The Delta Queen, this type of river boat, originally ran between San Francisco & Sacramento
    $300 28
On December 1, 1969 the U.S. held the first one of these since 1942; September 14 was drawn first
    $300 3
This KGB mole in the British government fled to Moscow in 1963
    $300 12
A dance of the 1980s, it's also the title of Michael Jackson's 1988 autobiography
    $300 7
Sold in most pet stores, comets & veiltails are varieties of this type of carp
    $400 25
Made a British crown colony in 1849, this island aligned with British Columbia in 1866
    $400 20
In the names Bireme, Trireme, & Quarireme, "reme" refers to these
    $400 29
This rich Texan took 2 planes to N. Vietnam loaded with gifts for U.S. P.O.W.s but wasn't let in
    $400 4
This Kim was born in Detroit but she wound up on the "Planet of the Apes"
    $400 13
Born in Italy in 1918 & raised from age 10 in New York, he was the top Spanish dancer of his time
    $400 8
The ancient Egyptians used these sacred pets to hunt fish & birds
    $500 26
In Saskatchewan a national park & a big city are named for this prince consort
    $500 21
The record for an Atlantic crossing by a passenger liner is this many days & about 11 hours
    DD: $500 30
The Nobel prize in this category was awarded for the first time & was won by a Norwegian & a Dutchman
    $500 16
He's been head of the Communist Party in North Korea since the 1940s
    $500 15
An 18th century dance in 3/4 time or a call to go left or right in square dancing
    $500 9
The box variety of this reptile can live in your backward & can learn to come to you for its food

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

Sheryl Carroll Harry
$700 $500 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sheryl Carroll Harry
$2,400 $1,000 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SPACE FIRSTS
OPERA
PRESIDENTS
COOKING
17th CENTURY LITERATURE
CROSSWORD CLUES "A"
    $200 1
It's also called EVA & Buzz Aldrin was the first to do it twice
    $200 19
In 1910 "The Pipe of Desire" became the first opera by an American produced at this NYC opera house
    $200 12
In 1956 this President's cabinet gave him a Grandma Moses painting of his Gettysburg farm
    $200 2
According to "Cooking A to Z", the best of these basting utensils have natural boar bristles
    $200 7
Cervantes wrote in "Don Quixote", "There are only two families in the world, the Haves and" these
    $200 17
Spanish Sayonara
(5)
    $400 27
Leonid Kizim was the first to become one of these while in space, in 1984
    $400 20
In "The Tales of Hoffman", Hoffman falls in love with Olympia, a mechanical one of these
    $400 13
His daughters Luci & Lynda both got married while he was President
    $400 3
Boiled favas, which are these, can be eaten cold or dressed with vinaigrette for a salad
    $400 8
His sonnet published in 1609 began, "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?"
    $400 18
Ancient Mariner neckwear
(9)
    DD: $1,500 28
The Russian Voskhod I was the first single ship to fly 3 astronauts; this was the first to fly 4
    $600 21
It's how Tosca kills Scarpia & Don Jose kills Carmen
    DD: $1,200 14
He's the subject of the following song from a 1969 Broadway musical:

"He plays the violin /
He tucks it right under his chin /
And he bows, oh he bows /
For he knows, yes he knows..."
    $600 4
To get the best beaten egg whites, use a balloon whisk & a bowl made out of this metal
    $600 9
Matsuo Basho was bashing out these 3-line poems in Japan during the 17th century
    $600 23
Way to go in Germany
(8)
    $800 29
He was the first to touch down rather than splash down
    $800 22
This genius of Salzburg never finished his comic opera "The Goose of Cairo"
    $800 15
"Profiles in Courage" won JFK the 1957 Pulitzer Prize in this category
    $800 5
If you've made cups out of the globe variety of these, you can use the leftover leaves to make a soup
    $800 10
In "Alexander's Feast" John Dryden wrote, "None but the brave deserves" them
    $800 24
It can be holier-than-thou
(8)
    $1000 30
The first American politician in space, he was the first passenger-observer, too
    $1000 26
In "Madama Butterfly", this leading male character is a Naval lieutenant, not a detective
    $1000 16
One of his 1856 slogans was "Buck and Breck"; Breck was John Breckinridge
    $1000 6
This type of dough is used to make up the many thin layers in baklava
    $1000 11
The romantic troubles in his personal life inspired his "The School for Husbands" & "The School for Wives"
    $1000 25
Ex payment
(7)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sheryl Carroll Harry
$8,600 $1,300 $4,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. LAKES
Wizard Island sits in this lake in what was once Mount Mazama

Final scores:

Sheryl Carroll Harry
$7,599 $1,599 $9,600
2nd place: Singer dining room set + Schonbeck chandelier + Jeopardy! '92 home game 3rd place: Yamaha Clavanova keyboard + Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune video games for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis system + Jeopardy! '92 home game New champion: $9,600 + Jeopardy! '92 home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sheryl Carroll Harry
$8,000 $2,800 $4,800
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
15 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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