Show #1752 - Tuesday, March 24, 1992

Robert Slaven game 1.

Contestants

Lynn Carpenter, a personnel specialist from San Antonio, Texas

Robert Slaven, an office automation specialist from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Thom Stark, a senior research analyst from El Cerrito, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1950s
KATHARINE HEPBURN
MAGAZINES
NICKNAMES
SALAD DAYS
4-LETTER WORDS
    $100 15
While visiting Iowa Sept. 22, 1959, this Soviet premier ate his first hot dog
    $100 2
Kate won her 4th Oscar & Henry Fonda his 1st as Best Actor playing Ethel & Norman Thayer in this film
    $100 3
This bimonthly published by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is named for its most prestigious award
    $100 1
"The Lord of San Simeon"
    $100 25
The name of this dish made of finely shredded cabbage & mayonnaise comes from Dutch
    $100 8
At this type of sale, you can buy cakes & cookies
    $200 16
in 1952, after 15 years of work, scholars finished the revised standard version of this bible
    $200 9
In 1969 Kate played this fashion designer in the Broadway musical "Coco"
    $200 4
In July 1925 Charlie Chaplin became the 1st movie star to appear on the cover of this newsmagazine
    $200 10
Empress known as "The Little Mother of All the Russias"
    $200 26
The German type of this salad is served hot & has bacon in its dressing
    $200 20
An Irish party before the burial may be rowdy enough to do this to the dead
    $300 17
This missionary & musician was awarded the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize
    $300 14
In "Summertime" Kate takes a topple into this city's Grand Canal
    $300 5
It calls itself "The World's Automotive Authority"
    $300 11
Showman known as the "Prince of Humbugs"
    $300 27
A Waldorf salad usually contains this type of nut
    $300 21
To create or compel, or what a womanizer's on
    $400 19
This senator known as "Mr. Republican" was Eisenhower's chief opponent for the 1952 nomination
    $400 18
Dorothy Parker's famous pun of Kate's acting said she ran "The gamut of emotions from A to" this
    $400 6
It's the former name of Kiplinger's personal finance magazine
    $400 12
Wisconsin senator who liked to be known as "Tailgunner Joe"
    $400 28
These tiny fish fillets are found in Salad Nicoise
    $400 23
A profligate, or a long-handled, toothed garden implement
    DD: $1,200 22
On November 5, 1957 people in Tokyo reported seeing this Soviet space dog fly over
    $500 30
Kate played in this Philip Barry comedy for a year on Broadway before making the movie in 1940
    $500 7
The Saturday Review originally had these 2 words added to its title
    $500 13
This 19th century South Carolina senator was called "The Great Nullifier"
    $500 29
This type of lettuce is used to make a Caesar salad
    $500 24
Man's name that's slang for OK; it sometimes follows "Everything is"

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

Thom Robert Lynn
$700 $600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Thom Robert Lynn
$2,900 $3,100 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

BIOLOGY
FOLKLORE
AUTHORS
THE U.N.
COMPUTERESE
WORLD CITIES
    $200 16
The spinneret in a spider makes silk for webs; in an insect it makes silk for these
    $200 21
If a troll is exposed to this, it bursts or turns into stone
    $200 24
Charlotte Bronte's novel "Villette" is based on her experiences in this Belgian capital
    $200 11
"Health for All by the Year 2000" is the goal set by this U.N. agency based in Geneva
    $200 10
They can come in dot, matrix & laser varieties
    $200 1
This city in British Columbia is the center of Canada's third-largest urban area
    $400 20
A venule is a small one of these
    $400 29
His cause of death was overexertion from hammering too fast
    $400 25
George Orwell fought in this country's civil war & wrote about it in "Homage to Catalonia"
    $400 12
It's the minimum number of votes needed to defeat an issue in the Security Council
    $400 9
On a regular typerwriter it's the return key; on a computer keyboard it's usually labeled this
    $400 2
This English city was founded as a Benedictine monastery in 1543 by Leofrie & Lady Godiva
    $600 19
6-letter term for a localized population of bacteria
    DD: $1,500 30
In Norse myth the Norns were equivalent to these dispensers of destiny in Greek myth
    $600 26
In 1930 this Tarzan creator wrote "Tarzan at the Earth's Core"
    $600 13
Annual sessions of the General Assembly begin on the third Tuesday of this month & last about 3 months
    $600 8
A nibble is half of this
    $600 3
Brazil's independence was proclaimed by Don Pedro in 1822 in this city named for a saint
    $800 18
These threadlike projections on protozoans all beat in one direction to move it around
    $800 23
The rock in the Rhine known for its siren
    DD: $1,500 27
Mark Twain said "In the early days I liked" this creator of Poker Flat, "but by and by I got over it"
    $800 14
The staff of the Secretariat conducts business in English & this language
    $800 7
DOS is an acronym for this
    $800 4
Fittingly, this capital of Australia's Northern Territory is located on Beagle Gulf
    $1000 17
Stridulation is the sound made by a grasshopper rubbing this against his leg
    $1000 22
He gave his wife keys to all the rooms in the castle, but said don't go in one (it had bodies of old wives)
    $1000 28
Virginia-born Nebraska authoress whose 1st novel, "Alexander's Bridge", was published in 1912
    $1000 15
1 of 2 Soviet republics that became charter members of the U.N. in 1945
    $1000 6
It's one instruction that stands for a series of commonly used keystrokes
    $1000 5
This capital of Zaire was known as Leopoldville until 1966

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Thom Robert Lynn
$8,600 $8,600 $2,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OPERETTAS
Hanna Glawari, whose late husband has left her a fortune, is the heroine of this 1905 operetta

Final scores:

Thom Robert Lynn
$8,600 $17,200 $2,400
2nd place: General Instrument satellite TV system & Sanyo 26" stereo TV New champion: $17,200 3rd place: Nemesis Igo Dojo handheld electronic Go game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Thom Robert Lynn
$7,000 $10,100 $2,400
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
26 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,500

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