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    $600 7
He asked at the Last Supper, "Lord, we know not whither thou goest; and how can we know the way?"
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Show #1893 - Wednesday, November 25, 1992

Missing player introductions.

Contestants

Marcia Begerod, from New York

Tim Buthod, a credit union teller from Atlanta, Georgia

Susan Hodges, a writer from Palmyra, New Jersey (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $10,301)

Jeopardy! Round

GREECE
PATRIOTIC SONGS
FOR THE RECORD
LITERATURE
NAMES IN THE NEWS
RHYME TIME
    $100 16
Nearly 1/3 of Greeks live in this city or its metropolitan area
    $100 15
He had used the tune for "The Star-Spangled Banner" in another song 9 years before
    $100 1
It's the book in which a ship's speed, route & the events that affect them are recorded
    $100 23
In a Victor Hugo novel, Parisians choose him the "Prince of Fools"
    $100 3
This African National Congress leader announced his separation from wife Winnie in April 1992
    $100 11
Mickey Mouse's girlfriend after she goes on a diet of low-fat cheese
    $200 17
Greeks eat more of this meat than any other
    $200 18
In this song "Macaroni" referred to foppish young men of London
    $200 2
A necrology is a record of people who've done this
    $200 24
Chapter 1 of this Mark Twain book is entitled "Camelot"
    $200 4
Philadelphian Willie Williams replaced Daryl Gates as this city's Chief of Police
    $200 12
What happens to Pinocchio when he tells a lie
    $300 20
In Greek this peak is called Oros Olimbos
    $300 22
This military service's hymn begins, "Eternal Father, strong to save, whose arm hath bound the restless wave"
    $300 7
They're the official records of what went on at an organization's meeting
    $300 25
The 1855 autobiography of this Dane is "The Fairy Tale of My Life"
    $300 5
On Tax Day, April 15, 1992, this "Hotel Queen" began her 4-year sentence for tax evasion
    $300 13
An 18-wheeler that's immobilized in quicksand
    $400 21
Retsina is a Greek type of this potent potable flavored with pine resin
    $400 29
Though written in 1918, this song was introduced to the public in 1938 by Kate Smith
    $400 8
From the Latin for "daily allowance", it's a record of each day's events
    $400 26
In this Sir Walter Scott novel, a 12th century Saxon knight is in love with Rowena
    $400 6
She was on holiday in Austria when her father, the Eighth Earl Spencer, passed away
    $400 14
An extremely wicked cotton boll insect
    $500 28
This peninsula is connected to the mainland of Greece by the Isthmus of Corinth
    $500 30
This country singer has written such patriotic songs as "Okie from Muskogee" & Fightin' Side"
    $500 9
The name of this directory of famous people repeats an interrogative pronoun
    DD: $1,000 27
This author's third novel about Harry Angstrom won him a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1982
    $500 10
In a 1992 trial in NYC, 13 counts stuck to this man once called "The Teflon Don"
    $500 19
Cleopatra might have borrowed these from Julius to pluck her eyebrows

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

Susan Tim Marcia
$1,100 $1,900 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Tim Marcia
$1,900 $5,700 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
PARKS
BIBLICAL PEOPLE
DEMOCRATS
GLANDS
    $200 10
Kumbi was capital of this continent's Ghana Kingdom, which reached its apogee in the 10th C.
    $200 20
In Texas' A&M University, the M stands for Mechanical & the A stands for this
    $200 1
This San Francisco park includes the Asian Art Museum & the California Academy of Sciences
    $200 5
This older brother of Moses is often considered the first high priest of Israel
    $200 15
After serving 3 terms as Massachusetts governor, he declined to run for reelection in 1990
    $200 22
These glands cool the skin by secreting fluid
    $400 11
In 1869 this dominion purchased the present NW Territories from the Hudson's Bay Company
    $400 21
In April 1992 this University's Blue Devils won their second consecutive nat'l basketball championship
    $400 2
This 1200-acre Chicago park on the shore of Lake Michigan is noted for its zoo
    $400 6
While not mentioned by name, she's traditionally identified as the sinful woman in Luke
    $400 16
From 1841 to 1843 this "Little Giant" served as a judge of the Illinois Supreme Court
    $400 25
The parotid glands are the largest of these glands in the mouth which help in the digestion of starches
    $600 12
Crowned King of Ireland in 1316, Edward Bruce was the brother of this Scottish king
    $600 23
The Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs is part of this Ivy League university
    $600 3
This Washington State national park named for a volcano has more than 20 glaciers
    $600 7
He asked at the Last Supper, "Lord, we know not whither thou goest; and how can we know the way?"
    $600 17
After he was beaten twice for president by Dwight Eisenhower, he lost the 1960 nomination to JFK
    $600 28
This pair of glands produces hormones which help the body adjust to sudden stress
    $800 13
A symbol of Dutch resistance to the Nazis, the Queen abdicated in favor of daughter Juliana in 1948
    $800 24
This university in Ithaca, N.Y. was named for a founder of Western Union
    $800 4
After 89 years as a federal reservation, this Arkansas park became a nat'l park in 1921
    $800 8
For interpreting the handwriting on the wall, he was promised scarlet clothing & a gold chain
    $800 18
In 1983 this Democratic senator from New Jersey was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame
    $800 29
A deficiency of iodine causes this gland to enlarge
    $1000 14
The 1713-1714 Treaties of Utrecht ended the 13 yr. war over this country's succession
    DD: $1,500 27
Under student pressure, this Wash. D.C. univ. appointed its first deaf president, I. King Jordan, in 1988
    $1000 26
South Carolina's Table Rock Park lies in these mountains
    $1000 9
After years of childlessness, she conceived twins, Esau & Jacob
    DD: $5,000 19
As Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, he presided over the Clarence Thomas hearings
    $1000 30
This pinecone-shaped gland is now known to function as a biological clock

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Tim Marcia
$3,500 $16,900 $3,100
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
John Tyler, James Monroe & Jefferson Davis are buried in this capital's Hollywood Cemetery

Final scores:

Susan Tim Marcia
$6,500 $21,900 $6,100
2nd place: n/a New champion: $21,900 3rd place: n/a

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Susan Tim Marcia
$3,500 $12,400 $2,600
14 R,
2 W
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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