Show #1518 - Wednesday, March 20, 1991


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Deborah Bedell, an executive recruiter from Greenwich, Connecticut

David Kaiser, a teacher from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Marc Goldberg, an anesthesiologist from Cinnaminson, New Jersey (whose 4-day cash winnings total $16,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
2-word name of the island shared by England, Wales & Scotland
    $100 11
This "Wheel of Fortune" host called his new baby "my most successful late-night production"
    $100 24
Card game that's the equivalent of the French "vingt-et-un"
    $100 4
Lewis' companion, who wrote in 1805, "Ocean in view. O the joy" when he first saw the Pacific
    $100 16
Sauce for salad, or stuffing for a fowl
    $100 1
Dozens of nations will meet in this city in 1996 for the centennial Olympic Games
    $200 10
Fur trader Peter Ogden has a city named after him in this U.S. state
    $200 12
This father of Lynn & Vanessa defined an actor as "a man with an infinite capacity for taking praise"
    $200 27
It describes one die that has landed atop another after a throw, or a .45 with the hammer pulled
    $200 5
At the 1968 Dem. Convention, this mayor stumbled & said, "The police are here to preserve disorder"
    $200 19
To soak meat in a liquid mixture in order to flavor, tenderize or preserve it
    $200 2
As president, Kennedy first met Khrushchev in this city where Mozart first met Haydn
    $300 13
Its inhabitants are called Emiratis
    $300 15
Roger Rees played Nicholas Nickleby on the stage before playing Robin Colcord on this sitcom
    $300 28
The symbols on cards are also called these, like the dots on a die
    $300 6
Latin students know his geography lesson that begins, "All Gaul is divided into three parts"
    $300 20
Name shared by an ice cream containing ground nuts or macaroons & a rich, creamy shellfish soup
    $300 3
Site in Rome where friends, Romans & countrymen lent their ears to Mark Antony
    $400 14
You can see Mt. Everest from this West Bengal, India city that gave its name to a famous tea
    $400 18
On Oct. 27, 1989 she hugged Deborah Norville on the air & gave her an alarm clock
    $400 29
In bridge it's the hand not played by the player to whom it was dealt
    $400 7
19th C. German who said the great questions of the time must be settled "by iron and blood"
    $400 25
The name of this small Oriental citrus fruit is from the Chinese for "golden orange"
    $400 21
Meeting at this Crimean resort, the "Big 3" decided that a 4th power, France, would occupy part of Germany
    $500 17
Belize, we believe is on this peninsula
    $500 22
This Spanish-born bandleader who died at age 90 in 1990 was a child concert violinist
    $500 30
If you roll a die & the 1 is on top, this number is on the bottom
    DD: $500 8
Mass. town where patriot John Parker supposedly said, "If they mean to have a war let it begin here"
    $500 26
Sold plain or in a candy coating, this large almond comes from Spain, not the Middle East
    $500 23
This city in the ancient kingdom of Bithynia was the site of ecumenical councils in 325 & 787

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

Marc David Deborah
$400 $1,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marc David Deborah
$1,600 $1,300 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This agency that won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1965 sells greeting cards
    $200 19
She wrote "Rubbishy Novels" under the pen name A.M. Barnard before & after "Little Women"
    $200 22
He said of his "Arrangement in Grey and Black", "One does like to make one's mummy just as nice as possible"
    $200 4
Now 76, Jonas Salk has joined the quest to find a vaccine for this
    $200 14
He practiced law with his father, then became a judge & now presides over "The People's Court"
    $200 2
This Chiricahua leader joined the Dutch Reformed Church in 1903 but was expelled for gambling
    DD: $1,000 9
In October 1990 the number of member nations was officially reduced by one for this reason
    $400 20
Henry James' 1st novel, "Watch and Ward", was 1st published by this "Monthly" in 1871
    $400 26
His 1889 self-portrait shows him with pipe & bandaged ear
    $400 5
Dr. Robert Gale of UCLA headed the bone marrow transport unit that went to this site in May 1986
    $400 15
He was the first of our 26 presidents licensed to practice law
    $400 3
It's said that Hiawatha started this league of the Mohawk, Onondaga, Oneida, Seneca & Cayuga tribes
    $600 10
From 1971 to 1975 he led Peru's delegation to the UN
    $600 21
The author of "Miss Lonelyhearts", he was born Nathan Weinstein in 1903
    $600 27
This Spaniard began his series of bullfighting lithographs , "The Bulls of Bordeaux", in 1824 at age 78
    $600 13
In 1866 Thomas Allbutt introduced the clinical type of this; old ones took 20 minutes to register
    $600 16
This defender of Albert DeSalvo, Dr. Sam Sheppard & Capt. E. Medina is now a spokesman for Dictaphone
    $600 6
Called "Curly" as a boy, this great Oglala Sioux chief died a year after the Battle of Little Bighorn
    $800 11
In 1948 the UN adopted the Universal Declaration of these
    $800 23
After WWII this poet was arrested for making Fascist propaganda broadcasts from Rome
    $800 29
Murals by this Missourian appear in the Truman Library & in the statehouse in Jefferson City
    DD: $1,100 24
In 1906 Jules Bordet discovered Bacillus pertussis, the bacterium that causes this
    $800 17
In 1967 this Yale Law School grad became the youngest tenured law professor ever at Harvard
    $800 7
In 1903 he pleaded with Pres. Roosevelt for the return of his Nez Perce to their home
    $1000 12
The U.S., Britain & Singapore have withdrawn from UNESCO, which stands for this
    $1000 28
Her 1913 novel "O Pioneers!" tells the story of Swedish settlers in Nebraska
    $1000 30
His first notable series of prints, "A Harlot's Progress", was followed up by "A Rake's Progress"
    $1000 25
According to the AMA, it's the medical specialty of more U.S. doctors than any other
    $1000 18
He was Ronald Reagan's personal lawyer when Mr. Reagan named him his first att'y gen. in 1980
    $1000 8
A monument to this Mohegan chief was erected on the site of the home of J.F. Cooper

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marc David Deborah
$3,700 $3,100 $6,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She won the Best Actress Oscar for 1933, '67, '68 & '81

Final scores:

Marc David Deborah
$0 $5,700 $7,500
3rd place: Magnavox VCR with remote control & programming + NES with Jeopardy!, Wheel of Fortune and Fisher-Price video games & Wheel of Fortune for Game Boy 2nd place: Ricoh Mirai zoom camera + Ashley bar & entertainment cabinet New champion: $7,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marc David Deborah
$4,800 $4,100 $6,500
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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Game tape date: 1991-01-29
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