Show #1625 - Friday, September 27, 1991

Contestants

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Gary Westfahl, a college instructor from Claremont, California

Ellen Ripstein, a statistician from New York City, New York

Rand Owen, a librarian originally from Nashville, Tennessee (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
THE BIBLE
COSMETICS
BIRTHPLACES
WATER
"LAND"
    $100 3
He ascended the throne upon the death of his father, Yoshihito, in 1926
    $100 11
1 of this giant's relatives was not only a giant himself, but had 12 fingers & 12 toes
    $100 19
A model featured on the front of a magazine, or a line of cosmetics she might use
    $100 1
Audrey Hepburn "sprouted" in this Belgian city
    $100 12
The world's largest water treatment plant serves this city on Lake Michigan
    $100 13
An awkward sailor; the second part of the word means a clumsy fellow
    $200 7
In June 1956 she replaced Moshe Sharett as Israeli Foreign Minister
    $200 14
Moses died on Mount Nebo & this man, his brother, on Mount Hor
    $200 20
Sally Hansen makes a line of manicure products called "Hard as" these
    $200 2
This "Pretty Woman" hails from Smyrna – Smyrna, Georgia, that is
    $200 15
The 1st of these Roman waterways was the Aqua Appia, built about 312 B.C. by Appius Claudius
    $200 26
Among its inhabitants are the Dodo & the Dormouse
    $300 8
At an April 1954 press conference, this president propounded the domino theory
    DD: $1,000 21
Timepiece mentioned in Isaiah 38:8
    $300 23
"Stop It!" is a Coty product that helps keep this cosmetic from "feathering" & "bleeding"
    $300 4
Carol Burnett's much too young to remember the Alamo but she was born in this city
    $300 16
This federal agency establishes & enforces standards for public drinking water
    $300 28
The field of battle between 2 entrenched armies, or the YWCA
    $400 9
Hitler founded the Third Reich; this man founded the Second Reich in 1871
    $400 22
This son of Noah is called "The Father of Canaan"
    $400 24
Cabot's makes a coverstick for blemishes with 100 units of this vitamin in it
    $400 5
Nijinsky made his first appearance in this capital of Ukraine in 1890
    $400 17
Known to the ancients, these wells are named for a French province where they were 1st drilled c. 1100
    $400 29
In a photo finish, this inventor or the instant camera died in 1991
    $500 10
In 1813 this American naval leader sent the message, "We have met the enemy, and they are ours"
    $500 27
Genesis 10 tells that this mighty hunter built Nineveh, the ancient Assyrian capital
    $500 25
On cosmetic labels the abbreviation spf stands for this
    $500 6
This director known for his enigmatic "persona" was born in Uppsala in 1918
    $500 18
Though poisonous, this element, No. 17, is often added to drinking water to kill bacteria
    $500 30
Real first name of the composer of "You Are the Sunshine of My Life"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Rand Ellen Gary
$600 $1,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rand Ellen Gary
$1,900 $2,800 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 50 STATES
LITERATURE
QUOTES
CATTLE
PSYCHOLOGY
IRELAND
    $200 7
The main embarkation port of the AEF in World War I was Hoboken in this state
    $200 4
"Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy" is the subtitle of this March family saga
    $200 22
When this country's King Louis XII said, "Let George do it", he referred to Renaissance man Georges d'Amboise
    $200 25
Specifically, it's meat from cows less than 3 months old
    $200 29
Feelings of inadequacy & insecurity are characteristic of this "complex"
    $200 2
The only cities in the Republic of Ireland with over 100,000 people are Cork & this one
    $400 8
3 large egret colonies are located in Evangeline Parish in this state
    $400 1
He took the title of his novel "A Passage to India" from a Walt Whitman poem
    $400 14
When Columbus said natives held "a firebrand in the hand", he was describing this habit
    $400 26
A cow's stomach has this many compartments
    $400 18
Common in schizophrenia, it's a false belief, usually of grandeur or persecution
    $400 12
Cormac MacCarthy, lord of this castle, talked his way out of acknowledging Elizabeth I's sovereignty
    DD: $1,500 9
It's the smallest state in area west of the Appalachians
    $600 3
Walter Edmonds' 1936 historical novel about the Revolutionary struggles in the Mohawk Valley
    $600 15
To describe the deep freeze in U.S.-Soviet relations in 1947, Bernard Baruch coined this phrase
    $600 27
This term is used for cows until they've given birth
    $600 19
Periods of extreme elation followed by despondency are symptomatic of this type of behavior
    $600 13
This book was created in 1954 after brewer Sir Hugh Beaver needed to know the fastest game bird in Europe
    $800 10
Orchards in the Traverse City area help make it the leading cherry-growing state
    $800 5
Thomas Mann's novel titled "Der Zauberberg" translates to "The Magic" this
    $800 16
Mexican rebel Emiliano Zapata supposedly said, "It is better to die on your feet than live on" these
    $800 28
This term refers to cattle born without horns
    $800 20
The 2 personality types described by Carl Jung, one socially outgoing, the other withdrawn
    $800 24
Now known as the Republic of Ireland, it was formerly Eire & before that the Irish this
    $1000 11
This commonwealth leads the nation in the total production of coal
    DD: $1,200 6
Her hometown of Red Cloud, Nebraska inspired settings for her novels "A Lost Lady" & "O Pioneers!"
    $1000 17
Of the Marines at Iwo Jima this admiral said, "Common valor was a common virtue"
    $1000 30
These humped cattle are also called Zebu or Indian cattle
    $1000 21
Max Wertheimer co-founded this movement which began in Germany in the early part of the 20th century
    $1000 23
The original glass factory in this city opened in 1783 & closed in 1851; the new factory opened in 1951

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rand Ellen Gary
$6,500 $4,700 $5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SOUTHEAST ASIA
It's the only country in Southeast Asia with a Christian majority

Final scores:

Rand Ellen Gary
$13,000 $7,001 $599
2-day champion: $27,500 2nd place: trip to Palm Springs with stay at La Quinta Hotel Golf & Tennis Resort & Eastpak bags 3rd place: Vivitar 320z camera & NES with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rand Ellen Gary
$6,500 $6,000 $6,000
21 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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