Show #1710 - Friday, January 24, 1992

Dave Willis game 1.

Contestants

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Bill Davis, a sales representative from El Cajon, California

Dave Willis, a manager from Ventura, California

Joseph D'Hippolito, a freelance writer from Fullerton, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,000)

Jeopardy! Round

PARIS
NURSERY RHYMES
ADS & COMMERCIALS
INSECTS
ACTORS & ACTRESSES
HOMOPHONES
    $100 3
This Paris subway system opened in July 1900
    $100 25
They're made of "sugar and spice, and everything nice"
    $100 1
His female counterpart is called Poppie Fresh
    $100 20
"Circuses" of these insects have been trained to do tricks such as pulling tiny wagons
    $100 6
She subtitled her memoir "Shelley II" "The Middle of My Century"
    $100 9
The crossbar that connects a team of oxen, or the yellow part of an egg
    $200 10
It's 1 of 2 international airports serving Paris
    $200 26
With his "bow and arrow" the sparrow killed this character
    $200 2
The official airline of Disneyland & Walt Disney World, or actress Burke
    $200 21
The largest mound ever built by these "white ants" was estimated to be 28 1/2 feet tall
    $200 7
Alex Rocco won a whole Emmy, not just 10% of one, for playing one of these on "The Famous Teddy Z"
    $200 15
To be in want, or to fold & stretch dough with your hands
    $300 11
This avenue, once a marshland, was created as a fashionable carriage-drive by Marie de Medicis in 1616
    $300 28
"Bobby Shaftoe's gone to sea" with these items "on his knee"
    $300 4
Ads for Wish-Bone say this product is "The only thing we put our name on"
    $300 22
The greatest number of legs reported for one of these insects is 750
    $300 13
In 1991 she married Barney Rosenzweig, producer of her series "The Trials of Rosie O'Neill"
    $300 16
What your dog might chew, or the interjection you could use to scare him away
    DD: $400 12
12 avenues radiate from this landmark built by Jean Chalgrin in the early 19th century
    $400 29
After "Polly put the kettle on", she took it off
    $400 5
One ad for this Mercury car claims "This cat is top dog"
    $400 23
In the U.S. the Schaus swallowtail is the rarest species of this insect
    $400 14
When he was 15, this "Family Ties" star played a 10-year-old on a Canadian TV series
    $400 17
Trash, or the part of the body between the rib cage & pelvis
    $500 19
Paris was founded over 2,000 years ago on this island in the Seine River
    $500 30
She "sat among the cinders warming her pretty little toes"
    $500 8
In an early '70s commercial, Ann Miller tap-danced on top of a giant can of this
    $500 24
A wingless insect with 3 taillike appendages, it feeds on wallpaper paste & book bindings
    $500 27
In 1991 this TV actress & her rock star husband had their first child, Wolfgang Van Halen
    $500 18
A card game from the 1600s that's still played, or an ancient king of Egypt

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

Joseph Dave Bill
$100 $0 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joseph Dave Bill
$1,100 $1,200 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

MOUNTAINS
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
BEST SELLERS
FAMOUS WOMEN
WORLD CITIES
COMPOSERS
    $200 13
Ecuador's coat of arms depicts Mt. Chimborazo, a 20,561-foot volcano lying in this range
    $200 12
The Edmunds Act of 1882 tried to supress this practice in the territories & especially in Utah
    $200 6
In "Jurassic Park" scientists use genetic engineering to revive these creatures
    $200 18
This markswoman joined Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in 1885 & was its star attraction for 17 years
    $200 1
It's the site of the International Court of Justice & the supreme court of the Netherlands
    $200 7
He introduced his first waltzes at a Viennese restaurant where he conducted a dance band
    $400 20
New Hampshire's White Mountains are part of this larger chain
    $400 14
In 1974, 10 years after leaving the space program for politics, he was elected to the Senate
    $400 17
"Riders on the Storm" is John Densmore's best-selling account of life with this rock group
    $400 24
This jazz singer was known as "Lady Day"
    $400 2
In 1879 this city, long thought to be mythical, was discovered by Heinrich Schliemann
    $400 8
On Good Friday, 1724, he conducted the first performance of his "St. John Passion"
    $600 21
These Soviet mountains which run from the Arctic to near the Aral Sea have large coal reserves
    $600 15
It's been over 20 years since an amendment has been added to the Constitution; the last one did this
    $600 29
Mario Puzo's "The Fourth K" is a futuristic political thriller about this family
    $600 25
This Romanian gymnast earned 7 perfect scores & 3 gold medals in the 1976 Olympics
    $600 3
Over 80 banks are located in this city, the financial hub of Switzerland
    $600 9
As a young boy, Franz Liszt studied music theory & composition with this alleged rival of Mozart
    $800 22
The Giants Mountains are part of the Sudeten chain in Poland & this neighbor
    $800 16
It was made a cabinet-level department in 1979; in 1980 Reagan vowed to abolish it if elected
    DD: $1,000 28
Time Magazine called this Anne Tyler novel about a travel writer one of the '80s' best books
    $800 26
In 1977 the American Foundation for Overseas Blind renamed itself after this woman, a key supporter
    $800 4
Once a small fishing village, it's now Japan's second-largest city
    $800 10
A lifetime grant from the Norwegian gov't enabled him to give up teaching & conducting after 1874
    $1000 23
Africa's second-highest peak, it lies about 70 miles from Nairobi
    $1000 19
Upon accepting this post in 1977, Patricia Harris became the 1st black female to serve in the cabinet
    $1000 30
This 1977 Erich Segal novel takes place two years after Jenny Cavilleri's death
    DD: $1,300 27
Choreographer Michael Fokine created "The Dying Swan" in 1905 for this Russian dancer
    $1000 5
The treaty that ended the War of 1812 was signed in this Belgian city, the capital of East Flanders
    $1000 11
"Saul", completed in 1739, is often considered his most dramatic oratorio

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joseph Dave Bill
$8,400 $5,400 $5,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE BIBLE
The book of Genesis ends with his death "and he was put in a coffin in Egypt"

Final scores:

Joseph Dave Bill
$800 $10,800 $0
2nd place: stay at Oasis Water Resort Villa Hotel in Palm Springs & Outdoor products New champion: $10,800 3rd place: Laguna sportswear & NES with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius Pak for Game Boy

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joseph Dave Bill
$7,900 $5,400 $5,700
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
14 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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