Show #1638 - Wednesday, October 16, 1991

Leszek Pawlowicz game 5.

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Bob Whalen, an Army officer from Savannah, Georgia

Don Fraser Jr., an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey

Leszek Pawlowicz, a materials scientist from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 4-day cash winnings total $55,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
PLANTS
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
THE SOUTH
"RAIN"Y SONGS
UMBRELLAS
    $100 1
Cmdr. Charles Lightoller, the highest ranking officer to survive the 1912 sinking of this ship, died Dec. 8, 1952
    $100 6
One scale rates these 0-10 for hotness: a pimiento is 0 & the habanero, 10
    $100 7
His birthday was first observed in the late 1700s; some celebrated on February 11, some February 22
    $100 8
In Biloxi, Miss, this former president wrote "The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government"
    $100 14
Fanny Brice's order to the heavens as interpreted by Barbra Streisand in "Funny Girl"
    $100 26
Its logo has a little girl holding a big umbrella & an open package of salt
    $200 2
On May 9, 1949 he succeeded his grandfather Louis II as ruler of Monaco
    $200 10
The Macadamia, or Queensland, nut originated on this continent
    $200 20
Pre-Lenten day sometimes called pancake Tuesday because they were traditionally eaten on it
    $200 9
The world's largest complete sculpture shows 3 Confederate heroes on this mountain near Atlanta
    $200 15
The 2 things that James Taylor has seen that constitute the title of his 1970 Top Ten song
    $200 27
Umbrellas originated in the ancient world, where they 1st provided protection from this
    $300 3
This Soviet physicist was sent into internal exile in Gorky in 1980
    $300 11
Thomas Jefferson grew these "love apples" long before most Americans considered them fit to eat
    $300 21
This October day will celebrate its centennial as a national holiday in 1992
    $300 16
Bardstown, Kentucky calls itself the world's capital of this potent potable
    $300 17
Judy Garland sang it in 1940's "Little Nellie Kelly"; Gene Kelly sang it in a 1952 film
    $300 28
Her weapon was an umbrella when she attacked her first saloon in Medicine Lodge, Kansas
    $400 4
In December 1914 this country established a protectorate over Egypt
    $400 12
We don't know if the white "How Sweet It Is" variety of this vegetable was Jackie Gleason's favorite
    $400 22
National Hospital Week, the week of May 12, commemorates her 1820 birth in Italy
    $400 18
In 1924, seeking treatment for polio, FDR first visited this town, where he later died
    $400 24
Neil Sedaka was hearing things in this Number One hit of his from 1975
    $400 29
Set of insurance & financial companies that are found under a trademark umbrella
    $500 5
This Nazi war criminal committed suicide hours before his scheduled Oct. 16, 1946 execution
    $500 13
Hydrangeas grown in soil about 6.5 pH have blue flowers: above 7 they end up this color
    $500 23
This holiday, celebrated July 1, was called Dominion Day until 1982
    $500 19
This city celebrated its 400th anniversary in 1965
    $500 25
"So it must be" this Dee Clark hit from 1961
    DD: $1,000 30
1960's film that included the following: [Singing in French]

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

Leszek Don Bob
$2,300 -$400 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leszek Don Bob
$5,500 -$300 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

OLD GEOGRAPHY
POETRY
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
RELIGION
ACRONYMS
CLOUDS
    $200 2
Now it's Thailand that borders Myanmar; it used to be this that bordered Burma
    $200 25
Thomas Gray wrote, "Where" this "is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise"
    $200 1
The National Railroad Passenger Corporation is better known by this name
    $200 28
In Arabic this building is a "masjid", or place of prostration
    $200 24
The feminist group founded in 1966 by Betty Friedan is known by this acronym
    $200 18
It's what "every cloud" has, at least according to the proverb
    $400 3
A map from 1960 didn't show Egypt & Syria but this
    $400 27
Richard Armour wrote, "Thrifty save it, misers crave it... gamblers lose it... I could use it"
    DD: $3,000 7
This N.C. Senator is the ranking Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
    $400 21
Each branch church of this movement is expected to operate a reading room for religious works
    $400 16
It's the association that sponsors the Grand National auto races
    $400 19
It's the device that creates a mushroom cloud
    $600 4
As of October 3, 1990 it ceased to be a world capital
    $600 26
Maybe Whittier had tan cheeks since he wrote, "From my heart I give thee joy, - I was once" this kind of boy
    $600 8
In May 1991 President Bush appointed R. Gates to replace Wm. Webster as head of this agency
    $600 13
An Orthodox Jewish wife has to get a get to get this from her husband
    $600 14
During WWII, women who served in the U.S. Navy were known by this acronym
    $600 20
Term for a mass of clouds, or a group of elevators
    $800 5
In 1971 this name was erased from maps & Bangladesh was written in
    $800 29
Completes the famous first line of "The Way of the World" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, "Laugh, and..."
    $800 9
Stephen Solarz, Charles Rangel & Hamilton Fish Jr. are congressmen from this state
    $800 12
The standard version of the O.T. for Greek-speaking Christians, its name is from its 70 translators
    $800 15
It's a Russian acronym of "Chief Administration of Corrective Labor Camps"
    $800 22
This device was invented in 1911 to view the paths of subatomic particles
    $1000 6
The Republic of Ghana formerly went by this richer name
    DD: $4,100 30
Title of the poem that includes "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses"
    $1000 10
At $35,000 a year, this state's Bill Clinton is the USA's lowest-paid governor
    $1000 11
Having caused it, he wrote the "History of the Reformation Within the Realm of Scotland"
    $1000 17
In the over-the-counter stock market, prices are quoted via this system
    $1000 23
Aristophanes' city built by the birds

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leszek Don Bob
$15,100 $0 $5,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MUSICAL THEATRE
The title of this 1932 Pulitzer Prize winner comes from the patriotic song "America"

Final scores:

Leszek Don Bob
$20,200 $0 $9,825
5-day champion: $75,400 3rd place: Bruce hardwood floors + Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy 2nd place: Berkline Wallaway sofa & Island of the Orcas serigraph by Zu Ming Ho

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Leszek Don Bob
$12,000 $4,100 $5,000
34 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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