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    DD: $600 20
To make this material, furnaces must run at 2800° F.; to recycle it, at lower temperatures
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Show #1806 - Monday, June 8, 1992

Richard Kaplan game 3.

Contestants

Don Bouchoux, a military analyst from Great Falls, Virginia

Lucy Kendikian-Smith, a teacher and attorney originally from Mexico City, Mexico

Richard Kaplan, a lawyer from Los Angeles, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $34,202)

Jeopardy! Round

THE 1940s
CYCLING
RECYCLING
COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
SEWING
LAST NAME'S THE SAME
    $100 11
Nearly 15 years in the making, this South Dakota monument was completed in 1941
    $100 21
As opposed to the penny-farthing, the first "safety" bicycle featured these of equal size
    $100 16
Because a yellow dye has been found that washes out, some of these directories are now recyclable
    $100 1
In mid-1992 this Baltic country will change its unit of currency to the lats
    $100 26
Often mercerized for strength & appearance, this is the natural fiber most used to make thread
    $100 6
Lynda, Nell, Dixie
    $200 12
In 1942 congress lowered the draft age from 20 to this
    $200 22
Caliper brakes work by squeezing levers on the handlebars; coaster brakes by doing this
    $200 17
Doing this to aluminum cans makes it easier to store & transport them
    $200 2
One of this country's most populous counties is Pest
    $200 27
To sew loosely with large stitches, or to moisten roasting meat with liquid
    $200 7
Marian, Melissa Sue, Loni
    $300 13
In 1945 this government agency set aside 13 channels for commercial TV broadcasting
    $300 23
The song "A Bicycle Built for Two" is from this decade when cycling hit its peak in the U.S.
    $300 18
For some envelopes to be recyclable, this material must be removed from the address window
    $300 3
Part of this country was once known as the Kingdom of Fez
    $300 28
It's a flat, shaped collar with rounded corners, named for a boy who wouldn't grow up
    $300 8
Roy, Dick, Petula
    $400 14
In 1947 British India was divided into Hindustan or Hindu India & this Muslim state
    $400 24
First held in 1903, this European race is over 2,500 miles long & lasts 21 or more days
    $400 19
Some cities provide curbside pickup of leaves, which are then recycled into this for fertilizing gardens
    $400 4
Hammerfest, Europe's northernmost city, lies in this country
    $400 29
The accordion type of this resembles the folds in the bellows of an accordion
    $400 9
Mac, Geena, Ann B.
    $500 15
In 1947 Aviation Week reported that a Bell X-1 had become the 1st plane to do this
    $500 25
The 4 main types of races are road, off-road, track & this, shortened to BMX
    DD: $600 20
To make this material, furnaces must run at 2800° F.; to recycle it, at lower temperatures
    $500 5
This country has South America's largest Jewish population
    $500 30
This unit of fabric sold by manufacturers usually contains 12-20 yards
    $500 10
Arthur, Benny, George Roy

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

Richard Lucy Don
$3,200 $600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Lucy Don
$4,300 $1,600 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

RULERS
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
IN STATUARY HALL
RELIGION
MAMMALS
NONFICTION
    $200 3
Russian empress from 1762 to 1796, she never learned to speak the language properly
    $200 8
The sweet kind of this is canned or eaten on the cob
    $200 10
If this Louisiana statue talked, it might say, "I'm the Kingfish"
    $200 1
Snakes & a shamrock are emblems of this saint
    $200 18
The name of this large mammal comes from 2 Greek words meaning "nose-horned"
    $200 21
In "Boots and Saddles", his wife, Elizabeth wrote of their life together before his "last stand"
    $400 4
In July 1559 at the age of 16, this Scottish queen also became queen of France
    $400 9
This "Swiss" vegetable is a type of beet grown for its leaves & stalks
    $400 11
Your mission is to name this California mission founder whose statue is in the Hall
    $400 2
Jen, the ideal relationship among people, is the central idea of this Chinese philosopher
    $400 19
In 1940 a protein substance in red blood cells was discovered in & named for these monkeys
    $400 24
A book called "Semper Fidel" takes a look at the troubled relationship between the U.S. & this country
    $600 5
This youngest son of Henry II succeeded his brother, Richard the Lion-Heart, as king of England in 1199
    $600 28
The English or hothouse variety of this salad ingredient is virtually seedless
    $600 12
This state put Sequoyah in the Hall & Will Rogers elsewhere in the capitol
    $600 15
A mullah is a religious scholar of this religion's Shiite branch
    DD: $3,000 20
Shropshire, Marco Polo & Rambouillet are types of this mammal
    $600 25
While director of the FBI, he wrote "Masters of Deceit" & "A Study of Communism"
    DD: $1,700 6
This cousin of Julius Caesar committed suicide in August, 20 B.C. at Alexandria, Egypt
    $800 29
This vegetable is sometimes called sparrowgrass
    $800 13
In 1872 Rhode Island put a statue of this founder in the Hall
    $800 16
Bon was the indigenous religion of Tibet before this now dominant one arrived
    $800 22
The Alaskan brown bear is also named for this Alaskan island
    $800 26
James B. Stewart gives the lowdown on insider stock trading in his best seller "Den of" these
    $1000 7
On March 17, 1861, at Turin, he became king of Italy
    $1000 30
Cultivated for its thick rind, citron is a member of this fruit genus
    $1000 14
Mississippi erected a statue of this president
    $1000 17
Candomble, practiced in this S. American country's Bahia state, combines African & Catholic elements
    $1000 23
This order of whales, dolphins & porpoises contains about 80 species
    $1000 27
This former White house Chief of Staff gave his version of the Watergate cover-up in "The Ends of Power"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Lucy Don
$12,400 $800 $4,500
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
He received the most electoral votes of any third party candidate in the 20th century

Final scores:

Richard Lucy Don
$9,400 $1,500 $1,700
3-day champion: $43,602 3rd place: Service Merchandise gift certificate 2nd place: trip to the Cayman Islands

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Richard Lucy Don
$14,100 $800 $7,400
28 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,300

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