Show #1532 - Tuesday, April 9, 1991


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Jennifer Gottschalk, an attorney originally from Kensington, Maryland

Sal DeLuca, a sales executive from Valley Stream, New York

James Hyder, a systems manager from Columbia, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally, our tribute to...)
    $100 11
Radical socialist Y. Breshko-Breskovskaya is called “the grandmother of” this country’s “revolution”
    $100 22
In 1969 a heartbeat alarm worn on the wrist was patented by Zeppo of this comedy team
    $100 3
While the heights may change, these are the 2 types of diving boards
    $100 1
The performers in a play, or a framework for a fracture
    $100 21
A cummerbund is worn around this part of the body
    $100 12
The Standard Oil Company opened the U.S.A.’s first drive-in one of these in Columbus around 1913
    $200 17
Sir Francis Drake often raided islands in this New World sea where he was eventually buried in 1596
    $200 23
On her patent for a cigar-holder ring, she’s listed as Edith A. Kovacs
    $200 4
Prior to par, this term was used for the score golfers should make, and was preceded by “Colonel”
    $200 2
Actors “wait in” this offstage area on either side of the proscenium before they fly onto the stage
    $200 27
A middy is a loose one of these with a sailor collar
    $200 13
USA Today says this ice cream & tropical fruit dish was invented in 1904 at Foeller’s Drug Store
    $300 18
This Portuguese prince fought against Tangier with his brother Ferdinand, who died in captivity there
    $300 24
This actress who starred in “Ecstasy” and “Algiers” helped invent a torpedo control system
    $300 6
Four letter word for all the gear used for controlling a horse in harness racing
    $300 5
If a skier were to do it he’d go to the hospital, while to an actor it just means “good luck”
    $300 28
The “kick” type of these folds is found on some skirts
    DD: $400 14
Columbus was the first U.S. city planned & built to be one of these
    $400 19
This first Christian emperor of Rome ordered the execution of his son Crispus in 326 A.D.
    $400 25
No knucklehead, this ventriloquist designed an artificial heart but Jarvik’s was chosen over his
    $400 7
Though she came in 50th in this marathon, November 4, 1990, Wanda Panfil of Poland still got $26,385 & a car
    $400 9
A cook’s accessory, or a stage’s extension
    $400 29
Styles of these include lantern, dolman & leg-of-mutton
    $400 15
School in Columbus that’s home to the world’s largest all-brass marching band
    $500 20
Queen Alexandra, consort of this turn of the cen. British king, was the daughter of Denmark’s Christian IX
    $500 26
Some 20 years after finishing his “U.S.A.” trilogy, he took out a patent on a soap-bubble gun
    $500 8
If you form a polo team to take on Prince Charles', you’ll field this many players
    $500 10
A way of doing anything, or Strasberg’s way of acting
    $500 30
This word for a tight-fitting 1-piece woman’s bathing suit is from the OFr. for “swaddling clothes”
    $500 16
On October 12, 1992 Columbus plans to have a replica of this flagship sitting in its Scioto River

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

James Sal Jennifer
$900 $1,000 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

James Sal Jennifer
$1,200 $2,600 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
“Men in White”, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1934, is a Sidney Kingsley play about this profession
    $200 25
After mating and removing her wings, a queen ant devotes her life to this
    $200 10
This country’s Hurricane and Spitfire fighter planes scored decisive victories over the Luftwaffe
    $200 3
The former name of the Moluccas, islands known for cloves, mace & nutmeg
    $200 17
When arthritis made needlework difficult, she turned to painting copies of Currier & Ives prints
    $200 15
Things done in secret or on the hush-hush are also "on" this
    $400 2
He wrote “The Bells” & “Annabel Lee” at his farmhouse in the Bronx
    $400 27
These ants never build nests but occupy temporary bivouacs
    $400 11
He was minister of propaganda for the Nazi regime from 1933-45
    $400 6
2 of the 3 South American countries on the equator
    DD: $1,000 19
Corpulent sea nymphs circle Marie de Medicis’ ship in this Flemish artist’s painting of her arrival in France
    $400 16
On the Great Seal of the U.S., it’s the only letter that stands alone
    $600 4
In 1976 this Canadian-born author of “Herzog” won the Nobel literature prize
    $600 28
Also known as plant lice, these insects are captured by some ants for the sweet liquid they produce
    $600 12
During WWII, Marshall Henri Petain headed the Vichy gov’t while this man led the Free French
    $600 7
This Canadian province’s largest lake is Lake Winnipeg
    $600 20
1 of this German’s first commissions when he moved to England was to paint the family of Sir Thomas More
    $600 18
Put between 2 “A”s, it forms the title of an Ottoman official; between 2 “M”s, a movie company
    $800 5
Baltimore writer who coined the term “booboisie” & said Hoover was "a fat Coolidge"
    $800 29
Unlike termites, these ants chew wood to make living quarters, not for food
    $800 13
This portable rocket launcher was named for an instrument played by comedian B. Burns in the ’40s
    $800 8
With over a million people, this township is South Africa’s most populous black community
    $800 21
This American Impressionist formed a close friendship with Degas & posed for his “At the Milliner’s”
    $800 23
The King James Bible is sometimes abbreviated KJV & sometimes denoted by these 2 letters
    $1000 26
She published “The Member of the Wedding” as a novel in 1946, then rewrote it as a play in 1950
    $1000 30
Harvester ants collect these food items & store them in underground chambers
    $1000 14
These German armored divisions consisted of 2 to 4 tank battalions
    $1000 9
This Moroccan capital city is located about 60 miles northeast of Casablanca
    $1000 22
19th century French Primitive artist who painted “The Snake Charmer”
    DD: $1,200 24
Japanese company known by its three initials that own the following trademark:


Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

James Sal Jennifer
$1,200 $7,800 $7,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This woman, elected president of Ireland in 1990, used a 1968 Simon & Garfunkel hit in her campaign

Final scores:

James Sal Jennifer
$1,200 $1,199 $2,401
2nd place: a trip to Miami on Delta Airlines + a 4-night Bahamas cruise + a 3-night Walt Disney World vacation including hotel, rental car, & admissions + Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary box game from Pressman or the Jeopardy! Challenger scorekeeper 3rd place: Lucien Piccard his & hers watches + Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary box game from Pressman or the Jeopardy! Challenger scorekeeper New champion: $2,401 + Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary box game from Pressman or the Jeopardy! Challenger scorekeeper

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

James Sal Jennifer
$1,200 $7,700 $7,800
11 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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Game tape date: 1991-02-12
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