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    $1000 21
The monarch of Luxembourg is not a king but one of these
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Show #1741 - Monday, March 9, 1992

Contestants

Bernard McGrath, a freelance editor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Bob Zeigler, an attorney from Indianapolis, Indiana

Ann Wright, an immunologist from Agua Dulce, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $10,900)

Jeopardy! Round

PAPER
CRIMINAL NICKNAMES
SINGERS
PSYCH 101
JUST DESSERTS
"P"s & "Q"s
(Alex: Each of the correct responses will begin with one, the other or perhaps both of those letters of the alphabet.)
    $100 2
The word "paper" comes from the name of this Egyptian reed
    $100 15
The nicknames of old west outlaws Robert Leroy Parker & Harry Longbaugh
    $100 1
This rock singer born William Broad, allegedly said, "I can be an idol just by calling myself one"
    $100 12
A paralyzing fixation on one's inadequacies is this type of complex
    $100 19
In names of cooking devices, this sweet's name precedes mold, press, stamp & cutter
    $100 8
This adjective often precedes donna, facie & ballerina
    $200 3
The crane, a symbol of good luck in Japan, is a popular animal form in this paper-folding art
    $200 26
Jack McGurn & George Kelly were 2 big shots who shared this nickname
    $200 4
He had a No. 1 hit in 1972 singing about a rat named Ben
    $200 13
An anxiety disorder characterized by intense, irrational fear of a specific thing
    $200 20
According to "Food Lover's Companion", it's the most popular fudge flavor
    $200 9
Getting one of these from the governor might save you from the chair
    $300 22
Paper was first manufactured in Europe by the Moors at Jativa in this country
    $300 21
It's the nickname of Jack Diamond, who said no bullet could cut him down
    $300 5
This rock group could be called Carnie, Wendy & Chynna
    $300 16
1 of the 4 major regions of the cerebral cortex, the frontal for example
    $300 28
Of calzone, cannoli or cannelloni, the one that fit the category
    $300 10
You don't have to be a ruler to wear this size of pantyhose
    $400 23
It's a translucent impression made on paper that can be seen when held up to the light
    $400 18
The press dubbed Richard Ramirez, convicted of 13 murders in 1989, this
    $400 6
He owns a 110-foot yacht called the Big Bad John
    DD: $500 17
Used in testing, this is a chemically inert material disguised as an active drug
    $400 11
This god of the sea was closely associated with horses' in fact he was Pegasus' papa
    $500 24
Over 50% of the newsprint used for printing newspapers in the U.S. comes from this country
    $500 27
Reports say Ma Barker treated this gang member nicknamed "Creepy" like a son
    $500 7
In 1991 this lanky 32-year-old country singer married his 48-year-old manager, Lib Hatcher
    $500 25
Attributing your feelings to another person, or showing home movies to Aunt Margaret
    $500 14
Two-word phrase for the "floral road" of pleasure & self-indulgence

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

Ann Bob Bernard
$1,900 -$200 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ann Bob Bernard
$2,700 $1,100 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE LOW COUNTRIES
1966
BRITISH NOVELS
EARTH SCIENCE
WARS
DOGS
    $200 2
Legend says the name of this city comes from "handwerpen", meaning "hand thrown"
    $200 20
On March 9 General Motors admitted it had investigated this author of "Unsafe at Any Speed"
    $200 3
Of Joseph Andrews, Henry Fielding & Tom Jones, the one who wrote the other 2
    $200 13
About 1/4 of the Earth's total oil reserves lies under this mideast country
    $200 1
The Concise Columbia Encyclopedia calls this '50s war "the one major 'hot war'" of the Cold War
    $200 22
Being pure white at birth, it's impossible to tell whether this dog's spots will be black or liver-colored
    $400 8
The Groote Kerk is the "big cheese" among churches in this Dutch city
    $400 24
In November his wife, Lurleen, was elected to succeed him as Governor of Alabama
    $400 4
Both his "Victory" & "Lord Jim" have been called "Hamletesque"
    $400 14
A caldera is formed by the collapse of the cone of one of these
    $400 9
It began in earnest in 1337 when Edward of England named himself King of France & invaded
    $400 23
This pug-nosed dog of Great Britain was named for the animal it was bred to bait
    $600 16
The name of this Belgian resort is now used to mean any place with mineral springs
    $600 25
This Communist Party General Secretary was awarded the title Hero of the Soviet Union
    $600 5
Bernard Marx works at the Hatchery and Conditioning Centre in this futuristic tale
    $600 15
Used in fluorescent lamps & in arc welding, it's the 3rd most abundant gas in the atmosphere
    $600 10
The second of these wars is also called the Hannibalic War
    DD: $3,000 28
For a time, this wrinkled dog of China was considered the world's rarest breed
    $800 19
The world-famous Concertgebouw Orchestra is based in this city
    $800 26
Sargent Shriver gave up the post of director of this program established in 1961
    $800 6
In 1972 Frederick Forsyth pulled out this "file" on former SS officers
    $800 17
For most of its distance, the International Date Line follows this meridian
    $800 11
This Mexican general lost his leg during the Pastry War
    $1000 21
The monarch of Luxembourg is not a king but one of these
    $1000 27
In a March 24 decision the Supreme Court barred this tax for voting in state elections
    $1000 7
This 1819 Sir Walter Scott novel could also be called "Wilfred", the character's first name
    DD: $1,500 18
These 2 belts above the earth consist of electrically charged particles
    $1000 12
The six days of the Six-Day War in 1967 were in this month
    $1000 29
Helen Keller is believed to have brought the first one of these Japanese dogs into the U.S. in 1937

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ann Bob Bernard
$7,100 $5,800 $4,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE U.S.A.
With 8, this state has the most national parks

Final scores:

Ann Bob Bernard
$2,100 $100 $1
3-day champion: $13,000 2nd place: trip to Seoul, Korea 3rd place: Sanyo stereo + Nintendo Entertainment System and games

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ann Bob Bernard
$4,700 $5,300 $5,300
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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