Show #2031 - Monday, June 7, 1993

Contestants

Tom Anderson, a graduate student from Provo, Utah

Barbara Elstein, a city planner from Brooklyn, New York

Bernie Shearon, an attorney from Dunwoody, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $33,200)

Jeopardy! Round

THE PLANETS
ACTORS ONSTAGE
COLORS
GEOGRAPHY
GROCERIES
ODDS & ENDS
    $100 1
It was located by 20th century scientists looking for Planet X
    $100 6
Angela Lansbury played this auntie whose last name was Dennis in 1966 & in 1983
    $100 14
This color named for a semiprecious stone is called "lapis" for short
    $100 7
This sea whose name means "middle of land" is the world's largest inland sea
    $100 19
Arm & Hammer suggests using one box of this for the fridge & another for the freezer
    $100 20
The Rosetta Stone can be seen in this museum
    $200 2
At its closest point to the sun it's only 29 million miles away
    $200 12
A 1983 revival of "You Can't Take It With You" reunited Eddie Albert with this glamorous "Green Acres" co-star
    $200 15
It's a person who searches for game, or his favorite shade of green
    $200 8
Utah's name comes from this Indian tribe that lived there
    $200 26
Friskies' "4 Flavor Crunchy Dog Food" is called "Come 'N" do this
    $200 21
The clay Edward Lowe used to soak up grease in garages became this cat product
    $300 3
At its closest point to the Earth it's only 26 million miles away
    $300 13
In 1912 Edith Evans made her professional debut as Cressida in this play
    $300 16
It's an American Indian word for corn as well as a shade of yellow
    $300 9
Within a desert in central Asia lies one of these fertile spots named Merv
    $300 28
This syrup with a snow-covered dwelling on its label now comes in a "lite" form that has half the calories
    $300 23
For chicken pox it's 1-3 weeks; for a chicken, about 3 weeks
    $400 4
The first Soviet spacecraft to land on it transmitted for 20 seconds; the first U.S. craft, for 6 years
    $400 22
"Golden Palace" star who played Faye Precious in Oliver Hailey's "Who's Happy Now?" in 1969
    $400 17
It's the color of the Chinese porcelain known as Blanc de Chine
    DD: $500 10
This country's 1,118-mile border with Myanmar, formerly Burma, is its longest
    $400 29
You could spell out this cereal's slogan, "ABC Delicious", with its frosted letters
    $400 24
The White House is featured on the back on this denomination of U.S. currency
    $500 5
Some of its more than 20 satellites share orbits
    $500 27
John Raitt said he'd never acted before he played Billy Bigelow in this musical
    $500 18
In heraldry this bright color is known as gules
    $500 11
Hebrew for "fortress", it's located about 20 miles southeast of Hebron in Israel
    $500 30
This brand of orange juice shares its name with a resort that's "The Island of Las Vegas"
    $500 25
Equipment used in this sport includes crampons, pitons & carabiners

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

Bernie Barbara Tom
$1,400 $1,000 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bernie Barbara Tom
$2,500 $2,800 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

MYTHOLOGY
WORLD HISTORY
PARKS
LABOR
AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
PARDON ME
    $200 1
Jason went after the golden fleece & Atalanta lost a race picking up these golden objects
    $200 6
Eric the Red established the first Viking colony on this island circa 985
    $200 11
Fossils of mastadons & saber-toothed cats have been excavated from this city's La Brea Tar Pits
    $200 13
Firms engaged in interstate commerce must pay overtime for work exceeding this number of hours per week
    $200 22
More than 2.5 million hardcover copies of this Chrysler chairman's 1984 autobiography were printed
    $200 17
In September 1974 he accepted the presidential pardon but didn't say his mistakes had been criminal
    $400 2
Peleus & Thetis were the parents of this not-too-well-heeled man
    $400 7
Days after receiving life imprisonment, she was burned at the stake as a relapsed heretic
    $400 12
You'll find the Alamo in a state park in this Texas city
    $400 24
In 1938 this rival to the AFL was formed & John L. Lewis became its first president
    $400 23
Bobby Jones titled his 1960 autobiography this "Is My Game"
    $400 18
This French pirate was pardoned by President Madison but continued to attack U.S. ships
    $600 3
Narcissus & Hyacinthus shared this fate after their deaths
    $600 8
After Kublai Khan's death in 1294, this empire broke up into smaller fragments
    $600 14
Vulcan Park lies on Red Mountain, overlooking this Alabama city
    $600 28
The Walter P. Reuther Library at this city's Wayne State Univ. has the papers of many local union leaders
    $600 25
This general & secretary of state wrote the 1984 memoir "Caveat"
    $600 19
According to the gospels, he was the prisoner chosen instead of Jesus to receive a special pardon
    $800 4
Zeus bound him to a rock & Hercules unbound him
    $800 9
The forced union of these 2 countries prior to WWII was referred to as the Anschluss
    DD: $2,000 15
This ancient Cambodian temple complex was set aside as a national park in 1925
    $800 29
Type of strike started by workers or local officials without national union authrorization
    $800 26
"Grassroots" is the autobiography of this former South Dakota senator & presidential nominee
    $800 20
This Robin Hood of Scotland was thrown into Newgate Prison but was pardoned in 1727
    $1000 5
This wife of Odysseus was a first cousin of Clytemnestra
    $1000 10
The 1605 Gunpowder Plot was an attempt to blow up the British parliament & this king
    $1000 16
The highest point on North America's Atlantic coast is Cadillac Mountain in this Maine nat'l park
    $1000 30
This 1947 act outlawed the closed shop & union political contributions in national elections
    $1000 27
"The Man Who Invented Hollywood" is the autobiography of this "Intolerance" director
    DD: $2,000 21
Dionysius, the tyrant of Syracuse, pardoned this pair after being moved by their friendship

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bernie Barbara Tom
$11,700 $6,600 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY ELECTIONS
In 1836 Van Buren ran against Harrison for U.S. president & these 2 ran for president of Texas

Final scores:

Bernie Barbara Tom
$12,700 $13,200 $13,000
3rd place: Meade Instruments telescope New champion: $13,200 2nd place: Trip to St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

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Coryat scores:

Bernie Barbara Tom
$9,500 $6,600 $7,100
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
14 R,
1 W
20 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,200

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