Show #1841 - Monday, September 14, 1992

Contestants

Diane O'Keefe, a hospital librarian from Southgate, Michigan

Joe Menduni, a sales representative from Cliffside Park, New Jersey

Anne Ellis, a managing editor originally from Madison, New Jersey (whose 3-day cash winnings total $21,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

LANGUAGES
U.S. HISTORY
CARY GRANT FILMS
HANDICRAFTS
MYTHOLOGY
COMMON BONDS
    $100 12
Estonian is closely related to this language heard in Helsinki
    $100 2
In 1889 the dam rebuilt by the South Fork Fishing & Hunting Club broke, causing this flood
    $100 8
Grant & Constance Bennett played the ghostly George & Marion Kerby in this 1937 comedy
    $100 26
In this craft you can cover a wire frame or an old bottle with paste-soaked newsprint
    $100 1
Inari, not Uncle Ben, is the Japanese god of this food
    $100 18
Clumber,
English Springer,
Welsh Springer
    $200 14
Aymara, which resembles the Inca language, is mainly spoken by Indians in Bolivia & this country
    $200 3
Some senators wanted to call him "His Elective Majesty", but settled for "Mr. President"
    $200 13
Grant co-starred with this actress in "Sylvia Scarlett" long before "The Philadelphia Story"
    $200 27
Neat's-foot oil is used to darken & waterproof this worked material
    $200 7
Pan had the horns & hoofs of this animal
    $200 19
Baroque,
freshwater,
cultured
    $300 15
In Esperanto the verb ami means to do this
    $300 4
It says, "Our policy in Europe...is not to interfere in the internal concerns of any of its powers"
    $300 23
As this character Cary built his dream house in a 1948 release
    $300 28
From the Latin for "stone", it's one who cuts & polishes precious stones or gems
    $300 9
Rulers in Egypt claimed descent from this heavenly body
    $300 20
Bitter,
blood,
Valencia
    $400 16
Cebuano is spoken in this country, but it isn't an official language like Tagalog
    $400 5
After an anti-Mormon mob murdered this man in Illinois, Brigham Young moved the flock west
    $400 24
Grant's career got an early boost when this woman chose him as her co-star in "She Done Him Wrong"
    $400 29
Terms used by weavers of these containers include randing, slewing & waling
    $400 10
The Greeks & the Romans used the same name for this god, though the Greeks also called him Hades
    $400 21
Rattlesnake masters,
blazing stars,
prairie buttercups
    DD: $1,000 17
The Nilotic languages originated on this continent
    $500 6
When the Underwood Tariff became law in 1913, it replaced lost tariff money with this tax
    $500 25
2 of the 4 films Cary Grant made with director Alfred Hitchcock
    $500 30
Chisels & nippers are used to cut the tesserae that make up these floor designs
    $500 11
There's a temple for this Egyptian goddess preserved at Pompeii
    $500 22
Sweetheart,
cowl,
scoop

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Anne Joe Diane
$1,900 $900 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Joe Diane
$1,700 $2,500 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
SHAKESPEARE
COMPOSERS
SCIENCE
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
    $200 1
This country's Isle of Pines, where Castro was once imprisoned, was renamed Isle of Youth in the 1970s
    $200 4
At this woman's grave Gertrude says, "I hoped thou shouldst have been my Hamlet's wife"
    $200 2
His wife Jane may have inspired his song "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair"
    $200 16
From the Latin for "touching", it describes a disease passed by touch
    $200 26
His Harvesting Machine Co. in Chicago used the advertising slogan "Our Field is the World"
    $200 17
Because this country attacked Finland in 1939, it was expelled from the League of Nations
    $400 7
The Panteon Nacional, or Nat'l Pantheon, in Caracas, Venezuela is the tomb of this "Liberator"
    $400 5
Nerissa is Portia's waiting-maid in this play
    $400 3
Liszt was on the list of students Carl Czerny taught in this Austrian city
    $400 20
This planet orbits the sun every 88 days at a distance of about 36,000,000 miles
    $400 27
About 2/3 of this Boston-based safety razor company's sales are outside the United States
    $400 18
The league was headquartered at the Palace of Nations in this European city
    $600 8
This Malaysian capital was founded by Chinese tin miners in 1857
    $600 6
Octavius says of this man's suicide, "The breaking of so great a thing should make a greater crack"
    $600 13
Stravinsky is buried on the island of San Michele in this Italian city
    $600 21
Geographically speaking, they're the 2 most famous antipodes on Earth
    $600 30
Attempting to create a bookmark for church hymnals, Arthur Fry of 3M invented these sticky "notes"
    $600 19
In 1933 Japan withdrew from the league because its conquest of this Chinese region wasn't recognized
    $800 9
A road rally formerly ran from Paris to this capital of Senegal
    DD: $1,000 11
This play opens on a ship & ends in front of a cell
    $800 14
Leo Delibes was famous for composing the scores for these; his masterpiece was "Coppelia"
    $800 22
The metamorphic rock pronounced "nice" is spelled this way
    $800 29
"Boss of the Plains" was the first hat produced by this Philadelphia hatter, in 1865
    $800 24
Like the U.N., the league was headed by an official with this title
    $1000 10
Construction of Islamabad, this country's capital, was started in 1961
    $1000 12
To present this comedy set in Verona & Milan, you need a dog to play the role of Crab
    $1000 15
This "Eugene Onegin" composer's brother Modest was an opera librettist
    $1000 23
This mild anesthetic is found naturally in the peppermint plant
    $1000 28
This Seattle firm leads all others in the U.S. in export sales
    DD: $800 25
From 1920 to 1939 the league helped administer this Polish port city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Joe Diane
$1,700 $6,300 $9,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POETRY
About her Tennyson wrote, "She took the tax away and built herself an everlasting name"

Final scores:

Anne Joe Diane
$0 $3,600 $6,100
3rd place: Artisan House contemporary sculpture 2nd place: Trip to Montreal, Canada, via Delta Airlines, to the Le Meridien Hotel New champion: $6,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Anne Joe Diane
$2,700 $6,300 $9,400
16 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
3 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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