Show #1983 - Wednesday, March 31, 1993


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Jim McKain, an aerospace technician originally from Cleveland, Ohio

Doug Ralls, a franchise business manager from Laguna Niguel, California

Susan Poorman, an editorial assistant from Anaheim, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Each person elected to this highest Catholic office gets a new ring designed just for him
    $100 3
On September 19, 1992 Sergei Bubka broke the world record in this event for the 32nd time
    $100 9
Colorful patches called p'u-fang used to indicate the rank of officials in this country
    $100 15
Nephology is the branch of meteorology that studies these, nimbus or otherwise
    $100 17
One legend says it was his ox' footprints that formed the 10,000 lakes in Minnesota
    $100 26
Fear, Horn & Cod are 3 of these
    $200 2
A hajji is a Muslim who's made a pilgrimage to this city
    $200 4
Known as the "Golden Bear", he was the 1st golfer to win all 4 major titles at least twice
    $200 10
In the late 1800s, gowns named for this hot beverage were worn at afternoon gatherings
    $200 22
It's a fact that olfactology is the study of this sense
    $200 18
In the heavens Betelgeuse & Bellatrix are this giant's "shoulder" stars
    $200 27
In Mexico the 9 days before this holiday are called posadas, meaning "inns"
    $300 6
Artists often depict Durga, a goddess of this Indian religion, riding a lion or a tiger
    $300 5
Greco-Roman & freestyle are the 2 styles featured in this Olympic sport
    $300 12
19th century beauties wore tight-waisted dresses that made them resemble these timepieces
    $300 23
Once called psychical research, the study of psychic phenomena is now called this
    $300 19
A man-eating giant, or any cruel, brutal or hideous person
    $300 28
Some fabrics do this to your body; some people do it to old-fashioned ideas
    $400 7
Members of this ancient Celtic order served as judges as well as priests
    $400 11
In 1975 this college football bowl game moved from Tulane Stadium to the Louisiana Superdome
    $400 13
This once-fashionable shade of pale grayish-blue was named for Teddy Roosevelt's daughter
    $400 24
Often associated with archaeology, it's the study of fossils
    $400 20
Cormoran, a Cornish giant, was felled by this famous giant killer
    $400 29
The spoon-back style of this piece of furniture was popular during the Queen Anne period
    $500 8
The archbishop of Uppsala is the presiding bishop of the church of this country
    $500 16
It's the only NBA team in Ohio
    DD: $500 14
Some brides wear a decorative skullcap named for this Shakespearean heroine
    $500 25
Although it sounds like it deals with oil, it's the study of rocks
    $500 21
His home was a mountain chain in Africa that supported the heavens
    $500 30
This title character sings a Spanish song called the seguidilla in Act I of a Bizet opera

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

Susan Doug Jim
$1,700 $500 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Doug Jim
$2,300 $2,500 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
This building that opened May 1, 1931 remained the world's tallest until 1971
    $200 1
He wrote "Rhapsody In Blue" for jazz conductor Paul Whiteman's orchestra
    $200 16
Hannibal Dobbs was the bugler at Fort Courage on this series
    $200 9
Principal islands of this chain include Andros, the Biminis & New Providence
    $200 3
The name of this spirit comes from the Russian word for water
    $200 2
The book-of-the-month club calls this Dostoyevsky work "the greatest crime novel ever written"
    $400 7
This Macedonian conqueror campaigned along the Indus River in 327-326 B.C.
    $400 8
The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company was founded to perform the works of this British duo
    $400 18
Joe Regalbuto, who played Harry Fisher on "Knots Landing", is now a regular on this series
    $400 17
John Adams, the last Bounty mutineer on this island, died in 1829
    $400 4
This American liquor is named for a Kentucky county
    $400 11
In an 1896 sequel, this Mark Twain title character turned "Detective"
    $600 10
This German noble family traced its descent from the counts of Zollern
    $600 15
Also called colophony, this yellowish resin is rubbed on violin bows to produce friction
    $600 19
"Northern Exposure" is set in this Alaskan town
    $600 28
Chileans call it Isla de Pascua
    $600 5
Legend assigns the invention of this to Dom Perignon in the late 1600s
    $600 12
In 1846 these sisters published a collection of poems under the pen names Currer, Ellis & Acton Bell
    DD: $500 22
In 1954 an agreement between these 2 countries ended the Trieste dispute
    $800 25
Wanda Landowska initiated the revival of this plucked keyboard instrument in the 20th century
    $800 20
Lori Beth Allen married this "Happy Days" character
    $800 29
Named for a surgeon-explorer, the Bass Strait separates Victoria, Australia from this island
    $800 23
The name of this German white wine can be translated as "blessed mother's milk"
    $800 13
One of his last collections of tales, "Uncle Remus and the Little Boy", was published posthumously in 1910
    $1000 27
Jerusalem was captured by this king of Babylon in 597 & 586 B.C.
    $1000 26
This "Billy the Kid" composer won an Oscar for the score of "The Heiress"
    $1000 21
One of the prime time series whose theme was sung by its star, Greg Evigan
    $1000 30
This island group makes up 2 provinces of Spain: Santa Cruz de Tenerife & Las Palmas
    $1000 24
Though they may have little significance, the letters VO on a brandy label stand for this
    DD: $1,200 14
This Hemingway novel about the "Lost Generation" is told from the viewpoint of Jake Barnes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Doug Jim
$8,100 $8,000 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1942 she become the first reigning queen to address the U.S. Congress

Final scores:

Susan Doug Jim
$199 $15,700 $100
2nd place: a trip to Nassau, the Bahamas at Le Meridien Royal Bahamian New champion: $15,700 3rd place: Texas Instruments assortment including the Organizer + Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! video games for the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Susan Doug Jim
$8,100 $8,500 $5,000
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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Game tape date: 1992-12-02
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