Show #2020 - Friday, May 21, 1993

Contestants

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Ira Schwartz, a physician from Decatur, Georgia

Bronwyn Noble, a technical specialist from Madison, Wisconsin

Sue Agos, a senior personnel specialist from Angola, New York

Jeopardy! Round

MEXICO
TV TRIVIA
MONEY SUPERSTITIONS
BUGS
MEDALS & DECORATIONS
PROVERBS
    $100 17
This resort city is famous for the cliff divers of La Quebrada
    $100 7
Kurt Russell's father, Bing Russell, played a deputy sheriff on this series set on the Ponderosa
    $100 22
When you give one of these to a man, a coin or bill should be in it so he'll never be out of money
    $100 2
This bug has been called a "hundred-legger"
    $100 12
In 1882 the emperor of this country established the Order of the Double Dragon for foreigners
    $100 1
"All things come to him who" does this
    $200 18
Bohemia, Superior & Dos Equis are brands of this produced in Mexico
    $200 8
Lee Majors not only starred in this series, he sang its theme song, "The Unknown Stuntman"
    $200 23
If your left hand does this, money is coming
    $200 3
The field & house types of this chirping insect are raised & sold as fish bait
    DD: $500 13
In August 1992 the medal whose reverse is seen here was presented in this country
    $200 24
This type of "fruit is sweet" or "sweetest"
    $300 19
This 760-mile-long peninsula forms the western border of the Gulf of California
    $300 9
Of all Mr. Newhart's TV series, this one has the shortest name
    $300 28
A groom may give a bride a penny to wear in this for good luck
    $300 4
Types of this bug transmit Rocky Mountain spotted fever
    $300 14
There are Army, Navy & Air Force versions of this highest U.S. medal
    $300 25
In "The Tempest", Shakespeare wrote, "Misery acquaints a man with strange" ones of these
    $400 20
Though Victor Hugo & Garibaldi petitioned to save this emperor's life, he was executed in 1867
    $400 10
On "The Addams Family", she played Morticia & Morticia's sister Ophelia
    $400 29
Turn over a silver coin in your pocket when you see this heavenly body & your wish will come true
    $400 5
The smallest of these insects is the pygmy locust at less than 1/2 inch in length
    $400 15
This country established an Independence Medal in 1924, throwing out the old Ottoman Empire Orders
    $400 26
On this holiday "all the birds of the air in couples do join"
    $500 21
Every December 12, Mexicans converge on a basilica in Mexico City to honor the virgin of this place
    $500 11
Now a sales rep, Larry Mazzeo used the name Larry Mathews when he played Ritchie on this TV series
    $500 30
Carrying a coin with this year stamped on it is supposed to bring you good luck
    $500 6
This North American spider is distinguished by a violin-shaped mark on its back
    $500 16
Great services to this country are rewarded with the Order of Henry the Navigator
    $500 27
According to Ovid, "To be loved" you have to be this

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

Sue Bronwyn Ira
$300 $1,200 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sue Bronwyn Ira
$1,600 $2,000 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
MYTHOLOGY
U.S. STATES
PIRATES
SCIENCE
COMPOSERS
    $200 2
In 1963 this former British P.M. became an honorary citizen of the U.S. by an act of Congress
    $200 1
Castor, Pollux & Theseus accompanied Jason on his journey aboard this ship
    $200 21
The world's most powerful solar telescope is near Tucson in this state
    $200 11
Although most of these featured a skull & crossbones, some had flaming swords or hourglasses
    $200 16
An astroblame is a scar on the Earth's surface caused by one of these
    $200 26
Shortly before his death, this "Nutcracker" composer received an hon. doctorate from Cambridge Univ.
    $400 3
He was the first president of Gran Colombia; after all , he helped liberate it
    $400 4
He was condemned to support the heavens after supporting Cronus' war against the Olympians
    $400 22
An 1867 flood in this state allowed a steamboat to travel down Chattanooga's Main Street
    $400 12
Several pirates of the Indian Ocean, including William Kidd, used this large island off the African coast as a haven
    $400 17
These warm, dry winds can raise the temperature at the base of the Rockies as much as 40º F. in 1 hour
    $400 27
In addition to marches, he composed an orchestral piece inspired by the novel "Ben-Hur"
    $600 6
This French king was condemned in mid-January 1793 & was executed January 21
    $600 5
Some poets described this dog as having 50 heads, but he's usually shown with 3
    $600 23
In 1992 most of this state's permanent residents got $915.84 from its oil revenues
    $600 13
One of the many weapons used by pirates was this short, slightly curved sword with a single cutting edge
    DD: $1,000 18
From the Latin for "body", it's a free-moving cell such as an erythrocyte or leukocyte
    $600 28
His "Bolero" had its American debut at a 1929 concert of the N.Y. Philharmonic-Symphony
    $800 7
On June 16, 1963 she blasted into orbit, joining Valery Bykovsky who had been launched 2 days earlier
    $800 9
In her sanctuary in the Forum, she was not represented by a statue but by a flame tended by virgin priestesses
    $800 24
This state has a Lake Sidney Lanier about 25 miles north of Stone Mountain
    $800 14
It's the term pirates used for the land along the Caribbean coast of South America
    $800 19
In the 2nd U.S. suborbital flight, his Mercury capsule, Liberty Bell 7, sank in the Atlantic upon splashdown
    $800 29
A 1791 Handel music festival inspired him to compose the oratorio "The Creation"
    $1000 8
Alsace-Lorraine was annexed by Germany as a result of this 1870-71 war
    $1000 10
Troy could not fall while it contained the Palladium, an image of this goddess
    DD: $1,500 25
In 1777 New Connecticut changed its name to this, the name the state's still known by
    $1000 15
These Mediterranean pirates were based in Algiers, Tunis & Tripoli
    $1000 20
2 isotopes of the same element differ in the number of these subatomic particles
    $1000 30
Early in his career, Igor Stravinsky was tutored by this "Flight of the Bumblebee" composer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sue Bronwyn Ira
$5,200 $6,600 $6,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POETRY
The woman with the most quotes in the new edition of Bartlett's Familiar Quotations is this American

Final scores:

Sue Bronwyn Ira
$9,200 $1 $13,200
2nd place: a trip to Mexico City 3rd place: an office refrigerator New champion: $13,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sue Bronwyn Ira
$5,200 $8,100 $6,200
14 R,
2 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,500

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