Show #1528 - Wednesday, April 3, 1991

Contestants

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Marilyn Goldwater, a school psychologist from Horsham, Pennsylvania

Michael Carroll, a lawyer from Morristown, New Jersey

Scott Rand, a podiatrist from Marlton, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

"C" IN COOKING
LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY
THE OLYMPICS
DIAMONDS
LYRICISTS
COMMON BONDS
    $100 1
To make dill pickles, start by soaking this member of the gourd family
    $100 25
Sailing through the strait that bears his name, this European was the first to reach Chile
    $100 13
He threw his 1960 light heavyweight boxing gold medal into the Ohio River
    $100 6
The Jubilee Diamond was named in honor of her jubilee in 1897
    $100 15
Dorothy Fields' first big hit song was "I Can't Give You Anything But" this, "Baby" in 1928
    $100 8
Benny, Bunker,
Breed's
    $200 2
This light, delicate pie doesn't contain the light, delicate fabric of the same name
    DD: $400 27
In 1494 the pope drew a line dividing Latin America between these 2 European countries
    $200 14
The last Frenchman to schuss away with the gold in men's downhill was this man back in 1968
    $200 7
The Regent Diamond is so named because the Duke of Orleans, regent of this country, bought it in 1717
    $200 16
He wrote the songs for "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever" with Burton Lane, not Frederick Loewe
    $200 9
Rubber, green,
postage
    $300 3
The razor type of these bivalves resembles an old-fashioned straight razor folded up
    $300 28
After Evita died, she became Juan Peron's wife & later, the first woman president in the Americas
    $300 18
The games to be held in this city in 1916 were cancelled & it had to wait 20 years to get them back
    $300 17
In 1934 the Jonker Diamond was discovered on the ground after a storm in this African country
    $300 21
This lyricist for "The Fantasticks" has the same name as a Henry Fielding foundling
    $300 10
Umbrella,
circus, pup
    $400 4
These small tomatoes with a fruity name can be stuffed & served as hors d'oeuvres
    $400 29
This general, who took the Alamo, was made president of Mexico 11 times between 1833 & 1855
    $400 23
The 4000-meter individual pursuit is part of this competition
    $400 19
The largest diamond ever found, it was cut into over 100 separate stones
    $400 22
Of "Yip", "Yap" or "Yup", the nickname of the lyricist who wrote "Over The Rainbow"
    $400 11
Building,
alphabet,
writer's
    $500 5
From the French meaning little rib, it's a small slice of meat , cut from the leg or ribs
    $500 30
Columbus discovered gold on this island now shared by Haiti & the Dominican Republic
    $500 24
After winning the decathlon & pentathlon in 1912, he was given a ticker-tape parade in NYC
    $500 20
The Great Mogul Diamond was once owned by this Mogul emperor who built the Taj Mahal
    $500 26
He & B. Comden made beautiful lyrics together for "On the Town" & "Wonderful Town"
    $500 12
Bachelor,
liberal, house

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Scott Michael Marilyn
$1,900 $400 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Michael Marilyn
$3,200 $900 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CONSTITUTION
SCIENTISTS
GEOGRAPHY
FAMILIAR PHRASES
BRITISH ROYALTY
CLERGYMEN IN LITERATURE
    $200 1
Number of the Congress that proposed amending the Constitution with the Bill of Rights
    $200 2
He used the money from selling the rights to his potato to move from Massachusetts to Calif. in 1875
    $200 16
Budapest is in Hungary, & Bucharest is in this country
    $200 11
It's the suit you're said to be wearing when you're as naked as the day you were born
    $200 18
This beautiful princess became president of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 1989
    $200 26
These lovers were secretly married by Friar Laurence
    $400 4
Article III, Section 1 authorizes many inferior courts & one of these
    $400 3
She shared a Nobel Prize in 1903, & her daughter Irene shared one in 1935
    $400 17
This country whose capital is Monrovia collects big bucks from merchant ship registrations
    $400 12
A flip in the crypt
    $400 22
This Stuart queen, a heavy drinker, was known derisively as "Brandy Nan"
    $400 27
"The Agony and the Ecstasy" tells the story of this artist's conflicts with Pope Julius II
    $600 5
The Constitution sets no limit on the number of these, so in 1913 Congress set it at 435
    $600 7
The entries for these 2 polio vaccine inventors are close to each other in the encyclopedia
    $600 19
The cultural & economic center of this country is in the Katmandu Valley
    $600 13
To stay awake late at night to study or work, even in these days of electricity
    $600 23
He was king of England for 60 years, but in the last decade of his life he was violently insane
    $600 28
Mystery writer H. Kemelman's title clergyman, who "Slept Late" on Friday & "Took Off" on Monday
    $800 6
Approval by this fraction of the states is necessary to amend the Constitution
    $800 9
He entered the Univ. of Glasgow in 1834 at age 10; we know he never got an absolute zero on a test
    DD: $600 20
The temples of Ramses II & Nefertari were moved to higher ground so they wouldn't be under this lake
    $800 14
This French term comes from the custom of parading a fat ox through the streets of Paris on Shrove Tues.
    $800 24
This king died at Whitehall in 1685; his father had been executed there in 1649
    $800 29
In Sinclair Lewis' book, he's an ex-football player who also scores as an evangelist
    $1000 8
Article I forbids this type of bill, passed by a legislature to punish someone without trial
    $1000 10
To make billiard balls, J. W. Hyatt invented the 1st synthetic plastic, which he called this
    $1000 21
The Firth of Forth, an arm of this sea, extends into the Scottish Lowlands
    $1000 15
To make an irrevocable decision, from action taken by Julius Caesar, touching off war in Rome
    $1000 25
This queen who reigned for only 5 years, 1553-58, was the second wife of a Spanish prince
    DD: $700 30
The novel in which the high lama seeks to pass his position on to a visitor to Shangri-La

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Michael Marilyn
$4,400 $7,300 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CURRENCY
The 2 non-presidents on the fronts of currently issued bills

Final scores:

Scott Michael Marilyn
$4,300 $14,600 $14,601
3rd place: Samsung 27" TV & Nintendo Entertainment System with Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy! & Fisher Price preschool games + Wheel of Fortune for Game Boy 2nd place: trip on Malaysia Airlines to Singapore & stay at Mandarin Singapore New champion: $14,601

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Scott Michael Marilyn
$5,000 $7,300 $7,500
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
2 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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