Show #1963 - Wednesday, March 3, 1993

Contestants

Dave Gordon, an attorney originally from Santa Ana, California

Laura Crain, a student and housewife from New Orleans, Louisiana

Donna Radu, a music administrator from Radnor, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,401)

Jeopardy! Round

BOTANY
APPETIZERS
THEME PARKS
MUSICAL TERMS
ATTACKERS
KINGLY NICKNAMES
    $100 1
A large funnel-shaped flower native to Argentina, or Porky Pig's girlfriend
    $100 10
"Joy of Cooking" suggests deviling these breakfast items with curry, capers or caviar
    $100 4
Walter Knott turned a California fruit ranch into this theme park
    $100 15
It can be a short choral piece sung during a Protestant service, or a "national" song
    $100 7
The animals used in this "national spectacle" of Spain are bred for courage
    $100 23
The "King of the Cowboys"
    $200 2
The Easter species of this plant has waxy white flowers shaped like a trumpet
    $200 13
This main ingredient in guacamole can also be sliced & served with chutney
    $200 5
You can buy the kind of clothes Dolly Parton wears at Dolly's Dressing Room in this theme park
    $200 16
Anyone can sing a shanty now, but the first shanties were sung by these people
    $200 14
Though perhaps 60 senators attacked him in 44 B.C., he only identified 1 by name
    $200 24
The "Kodak King"
    $300 3
Varieties of this plant include Bracken, Royal & Boston
    $300 20
To make Angels on Horseback, start by shucking these shellfish
    $300 6
Perhaps it was tea time when this duchess & her daughter Beatrice rode at the teacups at Disneyland in 1991
    $300 17
In a fugue, it follows the first theme; on "Jeopardy!", it precedes the question
    $300 25
Dressed as policemen, 5 members of his gang gunned down 7 of Bugs Moran's in 1929
    $300 28
"King of the Daredevils"
    $400 8
The stems of this giant Arizona cactus are used by elf owls & woodpeckers for their nests
    $400 21
Rollmops are fillets of this saltwater fish, rolled around pickle or onion & preserved in vinegar
    $400 11
There's a 333-foot replica of the Eiffel Tower at Kings Dominion in this "Old Dominion" state
    $400 18
If you don't want to "mezz" around with the longer term, you can call these singers "mezzos" for short
    $400 26
On October 15, 1990 the first of these to migrate naturally to the U.S. was found in Texas
    $400 29
The "King of Ragtime"
    $500 9
These legumes are the USA's largest source of vegetable oil
    DD: $700 22
Raw vegetables cut in strips & served with with dip are called these, from the French for "rawness"
    $500 12
Appropriately, there was once a cosmetics boutique named for her at Heritage USA
    $500 19
From the old Provencal verb balar, meaning "to dance", it's a narrative poem of folk origin that is sung
    $500 27
The first to move or attack in this sport has the right of way; the opponent who parries can then riposte
    $500 30
The "Standard Oil King"

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

Donna Laura Dave
$1,500 $1,400 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Laura Dave
$4,000 $2,400 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

CANADIAN CAPITALS
AUTHORS
MATH
MUSEUMS
HISTORIC QUOTES
PRESIDENTIAL RELATIVES
    $200 7
This national capital city was called Bytown until 1855
    $200 11
This poet & Lincoln biographer served in the Spanish-American War
    $200 14
In a division problem, any number that's "left over" is called this
    $200 5
The Cooper-Hewitt Museum became part of this Washington-based institution in 1968
    $200 17
At Leyte Island in 1944, he said, "By the grace of almighty God, our forces stand again on Philippine soil"
    $200 1
Between 1913 & 1918 2 of his daughters & 1 niece were wed at the White House
    $400 8
It's the capital of the province of Ontario
    $400 12
His collection "Dubliners" ends with "The Dead", one of the world's great short stories
    $400 15
It's the instrument most often used to measure an angle
    $400 24
This city's Natural History Museum is named for department store owner Marshall Field
    $400 18
On Aug. 24, 1963 he said, "I once said, 'We will bury you', and I got into trouble with it"
    $400 2
His oldest daughter, Ruth, was born in 1891, between his 2 presidential terms
    DD: $700 9
This province and its capital have the same name
    $600 13
This novelist's father, also named John, served as county treasurer of Monterey, California
    $600 16
In the metric system, this unit is equal to the mass of 1 cubic centimeter of water
    $600 25
This Malibu, California museum, named for its oil magnate founder, is the world's richest
    $600 19
Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. commented in 1904 that these "are what we pay for civilized society"
    $600 3
His mother, Nancy Hanks, may have been born out of wedlock
    $800 10
Vancouver isn't on Vancouver Island, but this capital, named for a queen, is
    $800 22
He refused to accept the 1940 Pulitzer Prize awarded for his play "The Time of Your Life"
    $800 29
Because their product is 1, 3/4 & 4/3 are said to be this
    $800 27
In 1990 art worth some $100 million was stolen from the Gardner Museum on the Fenway in this city
    $800 20
In 1917 this congresswoman said, "I want to stand by my country, but I cannot vote for war. I vote no"
    $800 4
John Parke Custis was the only one of his 4 stepchildren who lived to adulthood; he died at age 27
    $1000 26
Whitehorse is the capital of this Canadian territory that borders Alaska
    $1000 23
This creator of detective Lord Peter Wimsey was one of the first women to get an Oxford degree
    $1000 30
Analytic geometry uses a coordinate system named for this French philosopher-mathematician
    $1000 28
While the Guggenheim Museum is in NYC, Peggy Guggenheim's collection is in this Italian city
    $1000 21
In 1964 this Republican said, "To insist on strength...is not war-mongering. It is peace-mongering"
    DD: $1,500 6
Ulysses Grant Jr. was nicknamed "Buck" because he was born in this state

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Laura Dave
$9,500 $6,900 $6,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE NOBEL PRIZE
The category in which the U.S. has won the fewest medals--10

Final scores:

Donna Laura Dave
$5,199 $100 $6,300
2nd place: Singer bedroom set & Dorothy's bedroom ensemble 3rd place: Cutco Galley knives set New champion: $6,300

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Donna Laura Dave
$9,400 $6,400 $6,100
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,900

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