Show #1754 - Thursday, March 26, 1992

Robert Slaven game 3.

Contestants

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Jean Hernon, an attorney originally from New Hartford, New York

Dave Janka, a photographer from Moorestown, New Jersey

Robert Slaven, an office automation specialist from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC QUOTES
APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS & MEASURES
POP MUSIC
VOCABULARY
ZOOLOGY
"Mc"PEOPLE
    $100 8
In a 1939 radio broadcast, Churchill called this country "A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma"
    $100 6
Abbreviated "c.", it's used before approximate dates
    $100 1
Folk songs written by this performer include "Times They are A-Changin'" & "Mr. Tambourine Man"
    $100 10
As an adjective, it's slang for tipsy; in the name of a game, it precedes "winks"
    $100 15
Dutch colonists in South Africa gave the gnu this name meaning "wild beast"
    $100 22
He was also Johnny Carson's sidekick on a TV game show called "Who Do You Trust?"
    $200 9
Around 1850 Horace Greeley suggested, do this, "and grow up with the country"
    $200 7
This term for a big spoonful of whipped cream may come from the Icelandic dolpur, meaning "fat man"
    $200 2
In this song, "He's gonna get caught, just you wait & see, 'why is everybody always pickin' on me?'"
    $200 11
An inhabitant of the Palmetto State, the Tar Heel State or the Caroline Islands
    $200 16
Although its neck can be 6 feet long, it often has 7 bones -- the same as humans
    $200 23
In May 1991 this former S.D. senator made it official that he won't run for president
    $300 27
In 1913 he proclaimed, "We demand that big business give the people a square deal"
    $300 20
Elastic-sounding word that's slang for a term of imprisonment
    $300 3
Of Crosby, Stills, Nash or Young, the one born in England
    $300 12
A flexible tube found in your garden, or flexible coverings found on your legs
    $300 17
A popular activity in Thailand is watching these quarrelsome fish attack each other
    $300 24
After his death, his reaper firm merged with others to form the International Harvester Company
    $400 28
In 1944 this GOP presidential candidate campaigned on the slogan, "It's Time for a Change"
    $400 21
A cloth emblem on a uniform sleeve, or a small field of pumpkins
    $400 4
Juice Newton peaked at No. 2 with this song named after a playing card
    $400 13
A natural or acquired ability or a unit of weight & money, used in ancient Greece
    $400 18
The name of this deadly snake of tropical North & South America is French for "lance head"
    $400 25
In 1968 this host of ABC's "Wide World of Sports" became the 1st sports commentator to win an Emmy
    $500 29
According to Charles Evans Hughes, this document "Is what the judges say it is"
    $500 30
From the Latin for "separate" or "distinct", it means a few, more than 2, but not many
    $500 5
This record by Kyu Sakamoto is the only Japanese language song to reach No. 1 in America
    $500 14
From the Latin meaning "suffering", it often refers to Christ's suffering
    DD: $800 19
One species of this long-snouted piglike South American mammal wasn't discovered until the 1820s
    $500 26
In 1988 this former national security advisor admitted he had misled Congress on several occasions

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Robert Dave Jean
$1,400 $1,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Dave Jean
$1,300 $1,900 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

POETS & POETRY
U.S. CITIES
THE ELEMENTS
NEWSPAPERS
DATES IN HISTORY
NAME THE PLAY
    $200 6
Lord Byron rhapsodized, "She walks in" this, "like the night"
    $200 16
It's nicknamed the "City of Witches"
    $200 1
Over 13 times heavier than water, it was known in ancient times as "living silver"
    $200 24
Erwin D. Canham edited this paper, founded by Mary Baker Eddy, from 1945-1964
    $200 11
It was stormed Tuesday July 14, 1789
    $200 21
Biff Loman, Linda Loman & Willy Loman
    $400 7
The noted actor & playwright Colley Cibber was appointed to this poetic office in 1730
    $400 17
This city on the Texas-Arkansas border takes its name from the two states plus Louisiana
    $400 2
Found in egg & clam shells, it was discovered in 1808 by Sir Humphry Davy
    $400 25
This syndicated editorial cartoonist has worked at the Washington Post since 1946
    $400 12
After a 12-day siege, it fell to Santa Anna's troops March 6, 1836
    $400 22
Danny Zuko, Betty Rizzo & Sandy Dumbrowski
    $600 8
This Hoosier poet wrote his 1890 poem "The Raggedy Man" in Hoosier dialect
    $600 18
From 1701-1875 Connecticut had twin capitals, Hartford & this city
    $600 3
This element whose symbol is Li follows helium at No. 3 on the periodic table
    $600 26
Neue Zurcher Zeitung, one of the world's most respected papers, is published in this city
    $600 13
On July 26, 1775 the U.S. Post Office was established with him as postmaster general
    $600 23
Harry Brock, Paul Verrall & Billie Dawn
    $800 9
According to Leigh Hunt, "Jenny" did this to "me when we met" -- how romantic
    $800 19
Called Strawberry Banke until the 1650s, it's New Hampshire's only major seaport
    DD: $1,000 4
All regular U.S. coins minted today contain some of this element
    $800 27
Granma is the official voice of this Latin American country's Communist Party
    $800 14
On September 26, 1789 Congress confirmed him as America's first chief justice
    $800 29
Sheridan Whiteside, Maggie Cutler & "My Lady Nausea"
    $1000 10
Vachel Lindsay's poem about the death of this Salvation Army founder was written to be sung
    DD: $800 20
The name of this third-largest Washington city is the Indian name for Mt. Rainier
    $1000 5
After about 713 million years, half a quantity of uranium-235 turns into this element
    $1000 28
Last name of Otis, Norman & Harry, all of whom were publishers of the Los Angeles Times
    $1000 15
On April 5, 1614 Pocahontas married this tobacco planter
    $1000 30
Dr. Gibbs, George Gibbs & Emily Webb

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Dave Jean
$5,300 $1,500 $3,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD BUSINESS
After a heraldic lion was placed over its entrance in 1522, a German brewery took this name

Final scores:

Robert Dave Jean
$7,001 $3,000 $500
3-day champion: $32,701 2nd place: His & hers clothing from the Greif Companies & Mastercraft maple wardrobe 3rd place: Service Merchandise gift certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robert Dave Jean
$6,100 $2,500 $4,300
19 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,900

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