Show #1701 - Monday, January 13, 1992

Contestants

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Rachel Kranz, a writer and director from New York City, New York

Robert Burgess, an attorney from Austin, Texas

Liz MacGillicuddy-Lucas, an actress originally from Hollywood, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $10,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTISTS & INVENTORS
A.K.A.
(Alex: Also known as.)
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
RODENTS
MUSICAL THEATRE
ENDS IN "X"
    $100 16
He also invented the photophone, a way to transmit sound via light
    $100 1
This leading lady, born Myrna Williams, is the most famous Myrna we know
    $100 17
Someone has designated the day after this holiday "You're Welcomegiving Day"
    $100 22
When threatened, it will stamp its feet & rattle its quills in warning
    $100 4
The 1985 revival of this musical featured Yul Brynner's wife as the lead Royal Dancer
    $100 8
It's an evil spell or curse
    $200 24
In 1675 Giovanni Cassini noticed that this planet's ring was actually 2 rings
    $200 2
Before he was a boxer, he was Rocco Francis Machegiano
    $200 18
During this National Hot Dog Month Americans down an average 1,000,000,000 of 'em
    $200 23
This rodent's hind feet are webbed for swimming & its broad, flat tail acts as a rudder
    $200 7
When this musical about a milkman returned to Broadway in 1990, Topol topped the cast
    $200 12
6-letter synonym for an oaf
    $300 25
Maxim, Hotchkiss & Gatling each invented a type of this weapon
    $300 3
Born Julia Newmeyer, this statuesque beauty played Catwoman on the TV series "Batman"
    DD: $500 19
National UNICEF Day falls on this date
    $300 28
They're famous for their migrations when millions of them cross the tundra
    $300 9
Agnes de Mille choreographed a sword dance for this 1947 Lerner & Loewe Scottish musical
    $300 13
Watson & Crick said DNA comes coiled in a double one of these
    $400 26
Though Gabriel Fallopius discovered this reproductive tube, it's said he didn't know what it was for
    $400 5
You probably know British TV comic Alfred Hawthorn Hill better by this name
    $400 20
In a park each April Philadelphia holds a competition in this to honor Ben Franklin
    $400 29
This small, striped member of the squirrel family somes in western & eastern types
    $400 10
David Wayne won 1 of the 1st Tonys for playing Og, 1 of these creatures, in "Finian's Rainbow"
    $400 14
The title for a woman put in charge of carrying out the terms of a will
    $500 27
Monk who formulated laws of segregation & ind. assortment to explain what he pound while breeding plants
    $500 6
Martin Rosenblatt used this stage name when he played Artemus Gordon on "The Wild WIld West"
    $500 21
Checkers Day is an event honoring these owned by politicians
    $500 30
The common name of mus musculus, it fits into a Rhyme Time category
    $500 11
Before "Roseanne", John Goodman played Huck Finn's Pap in this 1985 musical
    $500 15
This bone in your body was named for its resemblance to a cuckoo's beak

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

Liz Robert Rachel
$1,700 $300 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Robert Rachel
$2,600 $1,700 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

ALBERTA
LITERARY VILLAINS
BUSINESS TALK
THE 1920s
TREES
RELIGION
    $200 13
The Stampede, a 10-day rodeo, has been a popular event in this city since 1912
    $200 2
O'Brien uses torture to teach Winston Smith to love Big Brother in this novel
    $200 1
An investor is said to be bullish if he believes the stock market will do this
    $200 9
On Sept. 30, 1927 he hit a then-record 60th home run for a season
    $200 23
The scientific name of this giant tree means "sequoia always green"
    $200 18
A sura is one of the chapters or sections of this Muslim holy book
    $400 14
In 1882 Alberta was named for Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, a daughter of this queen
    $400 3
Simon Legree has him beaten to death for refusing to inform on 2 runaway slaves
    $400 4
An asset is said to be frozen if it's tied up, or this if it's readily convertible into cash
    $400 10
He was elected governor of New York in 1928, 4 years before winning the presidency
    $400 24
This Australian gum tree is the tallest tree in the Southern Hemisphere
    $400 19
The Kami-Dana, or God-Shelf, is a tiny shrine associated with this Japanese religion
    $600 20
This grain is Alberta's chief farm crop, as it is for the other 2 Prairie Provinces
    $600 7
Critics call this "Othello" character Shakespeare's consummate villain
    $600 5
It's a brief description of a property for sale or a detailed description of a stock issue
    $600 15
Reza Khan became Shah of this country, ending the over 100-year-old Kajar Dynasty
    $600 26
This swamp tree is called bald, perhaps because its needlelike leaves are shed in the fall
    $600 25
It's the third book of the Old Testament
    $800 21
With more than 800 stores & parking for 20,000 vehicles, a mall in this Alberta capital is the world's largest
    $800 11
In this 1886 Robert Louis Stevenson story the hero & villain are the same man
    $800 6
From the Latin "fidere", to trust, it's a company that holds assets in trust for a beneficiary
    $800 16
He presented a paper on "Cultures of a Penicillium" to the Medical Research Club in 1929
    $800 27
Because of its durability under water, the "live" species of this tree has been used in shipbuilding
    $800 30
In this religion, Durga, a consort of Shiva, slew a ferocious buffalo demon
    $1000 22
A small public land reserve around hot mineral springs developed into this Alberta nat'l park
    DD: $2,200 12
This monstrous descendant of Cain is the villain of "Beowulf"
    $1000 8
A Green River ordinance is a local law that regulates or prohibits this type of selling
    DD: $2,000 17
In 1927 he built his prefabricated "Dymaxion House"
    $1000 28
The scientific name of this maple tree is Acer saccharum
    $1000 29
These Indians of NW New Mexico celebrate the arrival of Winter in their Shalako ceremony

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Robert Rachel
$8,200 $8,900 $2,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
It has the largest population of any country completely south of the Equator

Final scores:

Liz Robert Rachel
$16,399 $1,300 $2,450
3-day champion: $26,798 3rd place: Cutco knives + NES and games 2nd place: Orrefors stemware + Maytag dishwasher

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Liz Robert Rachel
$7,000 $9,400 $4,500
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
23 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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