Show #1481 - Monday, January 28, 1991

Lynne Wexler game 4.

Contestants

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Rob Meade, an international program coordinator from Alexandria, Virginia

Anne May, a marketing analyst originally from Gold Beach, Oregon

Lynne Wexler, a librarian from Evanston, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $43,451)

Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN MOUNTAINS
DANCE
SAFETY FIRST
THE BIBLE
CASTLES & PALACES
RHYME TIME
    $100 11
The dark pines covering the slopes are said to have given these mountains in S.D.their name
    $100 1
"Birdie hop out & crow hop in" is part of a call for "Birdie in the Cage", one of these dances
    $100 26
In the U.S. this service branch establishes & enforces boating regulations
    $100 2
Of the Apostles, this traitor is always mentioned last
    $100 10
U.S. city that's home to Iolani Palace, or should we say Iolani Royal Palace
    $100 21
A dog or a wanderer on the White Cliffs in England
    $200 16
Some say the name of this extinct California volcano is from "tchestie" Russian for "white or pure"
    $200 3
The famous solo sword dance of this country is known as the Gillie Callum
    $200 27
Adding things up, about 1/3 of all accidental injuries happen here & it's the No. 2 spot for accidental death
    $200 4
His brothers dipped his multicolored coat in blood to convince their father he was dead
    $200 12
The Palazzo di Spagna or Spanish Palace isn't in Spain, but this capital city
    $200 22
A big freight-carrying, flat-bottomed boat
    $300 17
Slide Mountain is the highest peak in this range in Southeast New York
    $300 6
The bugaku dances of this country were influenced by Chinese, Indian & Korean dances
    $300 28
In cars the 2 basic types of passive restraints are automatic belts & these
    $300 5
In Leviticus the Lord orders a day of atonement, which in the Jewish religion is called this
    DD: $300 13
It has a famous stone inscribed, "Cormac McCarthy fortis me fieri fecit, A.D. 1446"
    $300 23
Light-colored tresses
    $400 18
Springfield, Missouri is the largest city located in these mountains
    $400 8
The jarabe tapatio is generally accepted as the nat'l dance of this N. American country
    $400 29
The UL on the seal on appliances you buy stands for this nonprofit organization
    $400 7
It was to this sister of Lazarus & Mary that Jesus said, "I am the resurrection and the life"
    $400 14
England's Edward I built castles including Caernarvon to help him control this country
    $400 24
A faux pas made by your employees
    $500 19
The highest motor road east of the Mississippi can be found along the N.C.-Tenn. border in these mtns.
    $500 9
The hassapikos of this country is danced in a line, & dancers hold their partners' shoulders
    $500 30
The safety lamp for miners he invented in 1815 was carried, not worn on the helmet
    $500 20
After Cain slew Abel, Eve bore this son as a consolation
    $500 15
The sultan of this country lives in the world's largest residential palace--it has 257 bathrooms
    $500 25
An Athenian who'll inherit the Earth, biblically speaking

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

Lynne Anne Rob
$1,800 $300 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lynne Anne Rob
$2,100 $1,600 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

POETRY
SECRETARIES OF THE TREASURY
LOBSTERS
THE MIDDLE AGES
GREGORY PECK
BODY PARTS
    $200 2
This bird & feline "were married next day by the turkey who lives on the hill"
    $200 3
Our first Treasury Sec'y, he created the first Bank of the U.S., which opened in 1791
    $200 21
You'll find these organs on the end of a lobster's stalks
    $200 1
In 1086 this conqueror ordered the Domesday Book Survey to see how much land he owned
    $200 11
Peck said his 1961 film about "The Guns of" this Aegean island "was actually a comedy"
    $200 16
Humerus, radius & biceps
    $400 4
This poet rhapsodized, "thy legs are the trees of dreaming"
    $400 5
This Texan was JFK's Secretary of the Navy; 10 years later, he was Nixon's Sec'y of the Treasury
    $400 26
Heat causes the pigments in the lobster's shell to break down, so after cooking only this color remains
    $400 22
"Venerable" historian who completed a translation of the Gospel of St. John hours before his death
    $400 12
Of John, Paul, George or Ringo, the one Peck played in "The Gunfighter"
    $400 17
Metatarsals, phalanges & plantar arch
    $600 8
Tennyson wrote, "Come into" this place, "Maud, for the black bat, night, has flown"
    $600 6
Before becoming Secretary of the Treasury in 1981, he was chairman & CEO of Merrill Lynch & Company
    $600 27
Adult female lobsters do it no more than once a year, males about twice as often
    $600 23
Around 500 A.D. this Teutonic group established the kingdoms of Essex, Wessex & Sussex in England
    $600 13
Peck played an American ambassador who adopts a devilish little boy in this 1976 thriller
    $600 18
Eustachian tube, semicircular canal & vestibule of the cochlea
    DD: $1,000 9
Childe Harold is a gloomy & imperious youth who some feel this English poet based on himself
    $800 7
George Bush's Secretary of the Treasury, he previously served in that post under Reagan
    $800 29
Called tomalley, this greenish organ is considered a delicacy
    $800 24
From a Latin word for "man-seryant", it's one who vowed homage to a feudal lord
    $800 14
Peck said of his role in this "time"ly 1949 film about WWII, "I think I'm a bit young to be a general"
    $800 19
Sacrum, coccyx & intervertebral discs
    $1000 10
In "Ode to the West Wind", he asked, "If winter comes, can spring be far behind?"
    $1000 28
The only man to serve as Treasury Sec'y under 3 presidents --
Harding, Coolidge & Hoover
    $1000 30
In France the spiny lobster is called this
    DD: $800 25
This Byzantine emperor's "code" of law was actually written by Tribonian & some assistants
    $1000 15
Hitchcock film in which Peck says, "I can't remember ever having kissed any other woman before"
    $1000 20
Pons, thalamus & basal ganglia

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lynne Anne Rob
$9,500 $400 $5,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
In 1976, the same year her creator died, she made her final appearance, in "Sleeping Murder"

Final scores:

Lynne Anne Rob
$11,850 $500 $900
4-day champion: $55,301 3rd place: Martin Lawrence Galleries serigraph Gray Gate by Lorna Patrick + Nintendo Entertainment System with games 2nd place: trip to Boston on American West & stay at the Copley Plaza Hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lynne Anne Rob
$9,300 $1,200 $5,900
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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