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    $800 24
The United Steelworkers of America is headquartered in this city
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Show #1800 - Friday, May 29, 1992

Contestants

Stuart Wald, a law student from New Orleans, Louisiana

Judy Senecal, a medical techologist from Montreal, Canada

Bernard Welt, a teacher from Takoma Park, Maryland (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $13,000)

Jeopardy! Round

SHIPS
FOOD FACTS
KING ARTHUR
NATURE
MISC.
"KEY"s
    $100 3
This ship, Columbus' flagship., was originally called the Marigalanti
    $100 14
Bread is eaten so widely it's often called the "staff of" this
    $100 8
Shortly after birth, Arthur was given to this wizard for safekeeping
    $100 26
Some of the fanciest of these reptiles are beaded, horned, or frilled
    $100 17
This waterfall is separated into the American Falls & Horseshoe Falls by Goat Island
    $100 1
It's Pennsylvania's nickname
    $200 6
Neither this admiral nor his flagship, the Trinidad, completed the circumnavigation of the globe
    $200 18
The "pearl" type of this is served as a vegetable or pickled & used as a condiment
    $200 9
Arthur's round table had a seat reserved for the knight who could find this
    $200 27
The AKC could tell that Afghans & Salukis belong to this dog group
    $200 20
Before applying to become a naturalized U.S. citizen, a resident alien must have reached this age
    $200 2
Attractions in this Florida city include the homes of Ernest Hemingway & John Jacob Audubon
    $300 13
The Queen Elizabeth was a few feet longer than this, her sister ship
    $300 19
Kentucky burgoo is a thick one of these made with meat & vegetables
    $300 10
Arthur set up the diamond jousts, a series of 9 annual tournaments all won by this knight
    $300 28
The oxpecker, which is this type of animal, likes to ride on the backs of giraffes
    $300 21
This noble gas glows orange-red when an electric current is passed through it
    $300 4
This type of private establishment admits only members & their guests
    $400 15
In 1831 Charles Darwin sailed as naturalist on this ship
    $400 24
Hard sauce is made by beating together sugar, this spread, & a flavoring such as brandy
    $400 11
The title of this T.H. White book refers to the object that made Arthur king
    $400 29
The Dorcas type of this graceful antelope is one of the smallest; it's barely 2 feet tall
    $400 22
Jules Verne's book "Around the Moon" was the sequel to this 1865 best seller
    $400 5
No bones about it, it opens many locks
    $500 16
The Thresher & Scorpion were this type of ship; 1 was lost in 1963, 1 in 1968
    $500 25
"Crevette" is the French word for this shellfish
    DD: $1,000 12
After Mordred mortally wounded him, Arthur's body was carried away to this island
    $500 30
This spotted cat is also known as the hunting leopard
    $500 23
This N.H. school was the last U.S. institution of higher learning to be founded by royal decree
    $500 7
From 1833 to 1841 he served as U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia

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

Bernard Judy Stuart
$1,000 $500 $3,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bernard Judy Stuart
$1,600 $1,000 $5,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
WYOMING
FIGURE SKATERS
ORGANIZED LABOR
THE MIDDLE AGES
    $200 1
In metric measurement, 10 millimeters equal 1 of these
    $200 13
In one Grimm tale, 12 princesses dance these to pieces in an underground castle
    $200 4
Wyoming shares the Black Hills National Forest with this state
    $200 22
In 1986 she became the 1st black woman to win the World Championship of Figure Skating
    $200 11
Under this arrangement, labor and management agree to let a third party settle their dispute
    $200 2
Imprisoned in Genoa, he dictated an account of his visit to the court of Kublai Khan
    $400 18
Boyle's Law says normally if you double the pressure on a gas, the volume decreases by this amount
    $400 14
Anne Shirley leaves the orphanage to live on this "colorful" farm in Avonlea
    $400 5
A western celebration, Frontier Days, has been held each year since 1897 in this capital
    $400 27
In 1986 this East German beauty was called "the warmest thing to hit the Cold War since vodka"
    $400 12
This board was created in 1935 to correct or prevent unfair labor practices by employers or unions
    $400 3
This continent's Mali empire reached its apogee under Mansa Musa in the 14th century
    DD: $1,100 19
In 1973 it became the first comet studied by men in space
    $600 15
"The Comic Adventures of" this elderly woman "and her Dog" were first published in 1805
    $600 6
The source of this main tributary of the Columbia River is located in Yellowstone National Park
    $600 28
Native country of Barbara Ann Scott, who in 1947 became the 1st N. American to win the European title
    $600 23
In 1978 legislation raised the mandatory retirement age to this
    $600 8
In 1301 Edward II was the first English heir to be given this title
    $800 20
One mole of any substance always has the same number, 6.022 x 1023 of these
    $800 16
Dinarzade is the younger sister of this woman known for her nocturnal stories
    $800 7
Settlement began in earnest when this railroad pushed across the state in the 1860s
    $800 29
An injury forced him & Tai Babilonia to withdraw from the pairs competition at Lake Placid in 1980
    $800 24
The United Steelworkers of America is headquartered in this city
    $800 9
Irene, who reigned from 797-802, declared herself Emperor, not Empress, of this empire
    $1000 21
This resin, a natural polymer used as a varnish, is produced by insects in India and Myanmar
    $1000 17
Madeline is one of "twelve little girls in two straight lines" who attend a school in this city
    $1000 26
1 of Wyoming's 2 U.S. senators
    $1000 30
Dorothy Hamill developed a spin now known as the "Hamill" one of these
    DD: $2,000 25
This union withdrew from the AFL-CIO in 1968 under Walter Reuther, but rejoined in 1981
    $1000 10
In 1358 this league of North German trading towns made Lubeck its administrative headquarters

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bernard Judy Stuart
$9,800 $1,200 $11,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

VICE PRESIDENTS
He served FDR as Commerce Secretary, Agriculture Secretary, and Vice President

Final scores:

Bernard Judy Stuart
$19,500 $100 $19,700
2nd place: Berkline sofa and a signed serograph 3rd place: Carey Limousine and a Nintendo Entertainment System with games (including Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune featuring Vanna White) New champion: $19,700

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Bernard Judy Stuart
$8,800 $1,200 $10,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
8 R,
3 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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