Show #1590 - Friday, June 28, 1991

Contestants

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George Kane, an editor from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Judy Miller, an advertising executive from Fairfield, Connecticut

Mark Wasley, a computer consultant from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,200)

Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LITERATURE
BEATLES LYRICS
FURNITURE
CATS
BIBLICAL QUOTES
WORDS WITHIN WORDS
    $100 1
This detective who insisted on scientific method, was "born" in Strand Magazine in 1887
    $100 6
"It was twenty years ago today that" he "taught the band to play"
    $100 21
A colonnette is a miniature one of these used as a decoration; you might like an ionic one
    $100 24
To fix a feline, a male is "altered" & a female is neutered this way
    $100 11
In Leviticus 19:18 God commanded, "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as" this
    $100 16
I've never seen one of these mammals scowl
    $200 2
M. Atwood's 1972 work "Survival" is a study of the literature of this N. American country
    $200 7
"When I find myself in times of trouble Mother Mary comes to me speaking" these words of wisdom
    $200 22
A high daddy is 1 type of this piece of furniture whose name also begins with "high"
    $200 25
Cat toys are often stuffed with the leaves of this plant, also called catmint
    $200 12
"The men of" this city "were wicked and sinners"; the same could be said of Gomorrah
    $200 17
You might find a sporty sailor in one of these
    $300 3
The father & 1 of the title siblings in this Russian novel are rivals for a woman named Grushenka
    $300 8
"I don't care too much for money, for money can't" do this
    $300 23
Firedogs, which are made to hold these, are better known as andirons
    $300 26
Kittens of this aristocratic short-haired breed are born white, if you please
    $300 13
After she bore Cain, she said, "I have gotten a man from the Lord"
    $300 18
A rich potentate probably wouldn't live in 1 of these
    $400 4
The Spanish title of this Vicente Blasco Ibanez novel about bullfighting is "Sangre y arena"
    $400 9
It follows "Ain't got nothin' but love babe"
    $400 29
A pier glass is one of these, often designed to occupy the space between 2 windows
    $400 27
A patterned cotton cloth, or the patterned cat also called a tortoiseshell
    $400 14
The Queen of Sheba said to him, "It was a true report that I heard in mine own land...of thy wisdom"
    $400 19
When George offered me one of these big flightless birds, I demurred
    $500 5
It's believed that a reformed thief wrote 1 of this country's great epic poems, the "Ramayana"
    $500 10
It's "in my ears and in my eyes, wet beneath the blue suburban skies"
    $500 30
In the late 1800s this furniture wood was described as "fumed" when it was stained with ammonia fumes
    DD: $500 28
Long-haired, white Angora cats originated in this country
    $500 15
In I Corinthians 15:55 Paul asks of this, "Where is thy sting?"
    $500 20
A chocolate bar goes well with this type of soft drink

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Mark Judy George
$2,500 $500 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Judy George
$4,600 $500 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

INTERNATIONAL TRIVIA
FROM THE LATIN
NATIONAL FORESTS
MAGAZINES
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
FINAL RESTING PLACES
    $200 14
The Bushman & Hottentot languages are spoken in the extreme south of this continent
    $200 23
"Facta, non verba" translates as "deeds, not" these
    $200 19
There isn't a Lone Ranger National Forest in Arizona, but there is one with this sidekick's name
    $200 1
"Pupple" was a canine spoof of this magazine
    $200 11
Sweet potatoes come from the Americas & these, often confused with them are native to both hemispheres
    $200 4
The Black Prince's tomb is inside this English cathedral; we tell you no "tales"
    $400 15
The name of this country's Wairau River is Maori meaning many or one hundred waters
    DD: $1,000 24
In law it's the Latin term for a plea of no contest
    $400 22
Named for a trailblazer, it's the only national forest entirely within Kentucky
    $400 2
Francis Henry Underwood helped create the Atlantic Monthly to incite opposition to this practice
    $400 12
The savoy type of this has crinkly leaves
    $400 5
The tomb of Queen Hatshepsut is in this famous valley
    $600 16
The ruins of a pre-Columbian city were discovered on the island of Cozumel in this country in '72
    $600 25
Since Roman times, this word has meant a country home to Italians
    $600 28
The smallest of this state's 4 national forests is Tuskegee
    $600 3
In 1937 Cowles Communications founded it as a competitor to Life but it died in 1971
    $600 13
Inferior examples of this tropical fruit, used in chutney, may taste of turpentine
    $600 8
This composer-pianist was buried in Paris in 1849; later, Polish earth was sprinkled over his grave
    $800 17
Gastown is a restored 19th century area of this port city in British Columbia
    $800 26
The Latin phrase meaning you've been caught red-handed, "while the crime is blazing"
    $800 29
The Custer National Forest borders the Crow Indian reservation in this state
    $800 6
In September 1990 the magazine Persona, in this format, made its debut in a supermarket near you
    $800 20
The leaves of this red "pie plant" are toxic & should not be eaten
    $800 9
This Queen of Sweden, a Roman Catholic convert, was buried in St. Peter's Basilica after her death in 1689
    $1000 18
Willemstad, the capital of the Netherlands Antilles, is on this island
    $1000 27
This phrase, meaning "a clean slate", refers to a mind without preconceptions
    $1000 30
One division of this state's Sumter National Forest is named for General Andrew Pickens
    $1000 7
DeWitt Wallace & Lila Acheson published the 1st issue of this magazine in 1922
    $1000 21
This vegetable that resembles a white carrot is often left in the ground until after the first frost
    DD: $1,200 10
This former ruler of France died in exile in England in 1873 & was buried there

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Judy George
$11,600 $3,300 $2,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COLONIAL AMERICA
Their marriage in 1614 brought eight years of peace to the Jamestown Colony

Final scores:

Mark Judy George
$15,200 $0 $1
2-day champion: $32,400 3rd place: Imperial wall coverings & Nintendo Entertainment System with games 2nd place: Mastervoice home automation system & Sanyo VCR

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Judy George
$11,300 $3,300 $2,900
34 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
1 W
13 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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