Show #1891 - Monday, November 23, 1992

Tom Nosek game 5.

Contestants

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Ethan Rasiel, a consultant originally from Marble Head, Massachusetts

Linda DeBrango, an attorney from North Arlington, New Jersey

Tom Nosek, an aerospace engineer originally from Chicago, Illinois (whose 4-day cash winnings total $59,220)

Jeopardy! Round

COLORFUL GEOGRAPHY
CLOTHING
RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN
POETS & POETRY
U.S. COINS
POTPOURRI
    $100 1
Some Bible scholars believe it was the Gulf of Suez & not this sea whose waters parted
    $100 5
A baby garment, or a term of endearment in a nursery rhyme that precedes "daddy's gone a-hunting"
    $100 9
"Flower Drum Song" is set in this city's Chinatown
    $100 22
Emily Dickinson was extremely prolific during this U.S. war, writing hundreds of poems
    $100 8
From 1838-1861 the Mint mark "D" stood for Dahlonega, Ga.; today it stands for this
    $100 14
81-year-old Audrey Henning bought a box of Cheerios that contained 340 of these each worth 50 cents off
    $200 2
In English China's second-longest river, the Hwang Ho, is called this
    $200 6
Add 1 letter to "overalls" to get this other word for a loose-fitting garment
    $200 19
She was Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella on TV before she played Maria von Trapp on film
    $200 25
Goethe wrote an epic poem about Reineke, or Reynard, one of these animals
    $200 10
James E. Fraser designed this coin using 3 different Indians as models
    $200 15
A Volkswagen &, appropriately, an ovulation computer have been named for this animal
    $300 3
Peary Land, one of the world's northernmost land regions, is a large, ice-free part of this island
    $300 20
Different types of these metal items are used to fasten scarves, kilts, ties & hats
    $300 21
In Madrid this musical is known as "Al Sur Del Pacifico"
    $300 26
Ben Jonson wrote "To Celia", to this "to me only with thine eyes..."
    $300 11
Winged Liberty head dimes, minted from 1916 to 1945, were also known by this name
    $300 16
The red delicious apple, originally called the hawk eye, was discovered in this state
    $400 4
It's the most notable of the caves found on the island of Capri
    $400 28
This type of raincoat is sometimes called a "mac" for short
    $400 23
In 1964 the Music Theater of Lincoln Center opened with a revival of this "regal" musical
    $400 27
In "Spell of the Yukon", Robert W. Service wrote, "I wanted" this metal, "and I sought it"
    DD: $1,000 12
For the bicentennial, the reverse side of this coin featured a colonial drummer
    $400 17
Artist Claes Oldenburg's brother Richard is the director of the Museum of Modern Art in this city
    $500 7
Dijon is the largest city in this historic French region famous for its grapes & wine
    $500 29
Ropers are low-topped cowboy ones
    $500 24
This choreographer staged the dances in "Allegro" & she directed it, too
    $500 30
This lord's 1850 elegy "In Memoriam" was about his close friend Arthur Henry Hallam
    $500 13
Minted from 1793 to 1857, it was the smallest denomination of coin ever issued by the U.S.
    $500 18
Eva Peron's crypt in Recoleta cemetery in this city is a popular tourist attraction

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

Tom Linda Ethan
$2,800 $600 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Linda Ethan
$4,900 $1,800 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
ORGANIZATIONS
GERMAN CITIES
RELIGION
BRITISH ROYALTY
THE LEAF
    $200 4
In 1960 rioting in Japan caused by a new treaty with the U.S. forced this president to cancel his trip there
    $200 11
Over 500 major expeditions have been sponsored by this scientific society headquartered in Washington, D.C.
    $200 1
Under the reunification treaty, this city was designated Germany's capital
    $200 14
As a sign of respect to God, Orthodox Jewish men usually wear these skullcaps
    $200 12
This queen's first cousin, the Earl of Harewood, founded Opera Magazine in 1950
    $200 26
The stalk turns the leaf to the best position relative to this
    $400 5
As a youth, this future ruler's education was supervised by Aristotle
    $400 13
Founded in L.A. in 1919, this org. provides books, counseling, education & job placement for the blind
    $400 2
It's often considered the birthplace of the hot dog
    $400 19
More than 98% of Turks practice this religion
    $400 15
In 1830, when she learned she was in line for the throne, this 10-year-old said, "I will be good"
    $400 27
When production of this stops, the hidden reds & yellows are revealed
    $600 6
Stephen I, the son of a Magyar prince, became this country's 1st king in 1000
    $600 22
Abbreviated OA, this organization followed the same 12-step program as AA but for food rather than alcohol
    $600 3
A major industrial city, its products include cars, chemicals & of course, toilet water
    $600 20
The name of this religion is Japanese for "the way of the gods"
    $600 16
Of a parrot, a Persian cat or a Pekingese, the pet George V allowed to eat from his breakfast table
    $600 28
Poison ivy can be recognized by this number of leaflets on each stem
    $800 9
This Portuguese sailor made 3 voyages to India & died there on December 24, 1524
    $800 25
Founded by this religious group, the American Friends Service Committee shared the 1947 Nobel Peace Prize
    $800 7
An annual Beethoven festival is held in this city where he was born in 1770
    $800 21
In 1743 this Anglican clergyman published his rules for the Methodist Societies
    $800 17
In 1514, 3 months before his death, King Louis XII of France married this Tudor king's sister Mary
    $800 29
The blade of a broad leaf holds its shape due to a framework of these
    $1000 10
This Scot was the 1st European to cross Canada east to west & in 1789 explored the river named for him
    $1000 24
International Pen, an organization of writers, was founded by this author of "The Forsyte Saga" in 1921
    DD: $2,000 8
What's often called Dresden china has been made in this nearby city since 1710
    DD: $1,500 23
The 1st U.S. citizen canonized, in 1950 she was named the patron saint of emigrants by Pope Pius XII
    $1000 18
In 1199 he succeeded his childless brother Richard I as king of England
    $1000 30
Term for the skin of cells on the top or bottom of a leaf

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Linda Ethan
$8,300 $600 $3,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
He retired after the only woman he ever loved, opera singer Irene Adler, passed away

Final scores:

Tom Linda Ethan
$6,420 $1 $5,199
5-day champion: $65,640 3rd place: kitchen appliances featuring the Braun Espresso Master and Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis 2nd place: colonial dining room furniture by Keller and wall screens and fabrics from Bob Mitchell Designs

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Linda Ethan
$7,700 $600 $6,700
27 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
10 R,
4 W
18 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $15,000

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