Show #1563 - Wednesday, May 22, 1991


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Barbara Komansky, a teacher-in-training from New York City, New York

Ken DeBusk, a computer instructor from Coldwater, Michigan

Mickey Tennenbaum, a teacher originally from The Hague, Holland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
A castle built on top of Castle Rock dominates the central part of this Scottish city
    $100 1
Of "Bewitched", "Bothered" or "Bewildered", the series that starred Elizabeth Montgomery
    $100 3
The 2-word phrase that describes a mother's natural desire to bear & care for children
    $100 16
By the end of the 17th century the English upper crust were using the 3-prong type of these
    $100 10
These 60 lb. rodents are known for their broad flat tails & their engineering feats
    $100 22
When upper Peru became an independent country, it took this name, after its liberator
    $200 6
This Dutch city known for its cheese was an important port until its harbor silted up
    $200 2
When this TV family made yet another comeback in 1990, Leah Ayres took over the role of Marcia
    $200 4
This kind of flower is traditionally worn to honor your mother on Mother's Day
    $200 26
Antron & Cordura are 2 types of this synthetic fiber made by Du Pont
    $200 12
Wolverines are members of this animal family, Pop
    $200 23
This popular hairstyle of the 18th century was named for the mistress of King Louis XV
    $300 19
Jabal Katrinah, a mountain in the Sinai Peninsula, is the highest point in this country
    $300 7
J. Fred Muggs, who made his debut on this show in 1953, is alive & well & living in retirement
    $300 11
Indian super mom who set out to guide Lewis & Clark with an infant strapped to her back
    $300 27
General Electric introduced this form of office illumination in the 1930s
    $300 13
Bull snakes have a small flap in front of the opening of the windpipe that lets them make this sound
    DD: $1,000 24
A long-sleeved knitted sweater honors this earl who led the Charge of the Light Brigade
    $400 20
Portoferraio is the chief town on this island where Napoleon was exiled
    $400 8
In the 1960s Jerry Van Dyke of "Coach" starred in this series about an automobile that talked
    $400 17
Bertolt Brecht's title character who symbolizes motherly suffering when her 3 children are killed
    $400 29
Still used after 2,000 years, a quern is a set of 2 stones, one on the other, used to do this
    $400 14
The only member of this order native to the New World is the opossum
    $400 25
A French writer & statesman gave his name to this thick filet steak, often prepared for two
    $500 21
Cuenca is sometimes called the "Athens of" this South American country
    $500 9
"Brambly" nickname of Ozzie & Harriet's TV neighbor played by Don DeFore
    $500 18
It finishes the quote from the book of Proverbs, "Despise not thy mother when she is..."
    $500 30
The vitascope patented by Thomas Armat in 1895 was an early one of these
    $500 15
As a tom is a male turkey, this is a male duck
    $500 28
Thermos is actually a trademark for this flask, named for the chemist who invented it

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

Mickey Ken Barbara
$1,800 $300 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mickey Ken Barbara
$3,100 $1,700 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
This VP engaged in the "Kitchen Debate" with Khrushchev at the U.S. exhibition in Moscow
    $200 22
His wife, Aline Kilmer, was a poet, too
    $200 1
His sons, Ham, Shem & Japeth, were not born until he was over 500 years old
    $200 18
You could call them Pennsylvania Dutch Masters as they grow $14 mil. worth of this crop yearly
    $200 15
The setting for Tom Stoppard's "Night and Day" is Kambawe, a fictional country on this continent
    $200 3
England's Charles II, the merry monarch, was born in this merry, merry month
    $400 10
Chicago's city council raised this mayor's salary from $25,000 to $35,000 a year
    $400 23
This title was bestowed on Edith Sitwell in 1954
    $400 2
Before she was named Eve, Eve was called this, meaning "out of man"
    $400 27
Landmarks in this city include Heinz Hall & the Monongahela Incline
    $400 16
In "Golden Boy" a violinist gives up his musical dreams to compete in this sport
    DD: $1,500 4
The 2 animals mentioned in the proverb about the weather in the month in which spring begins
    $600 11
On March 26, Elizabeth Taylor, who was raised as a Christian Scientist, converted to this religion
    $600 24
Clarence Darrow was once a law partner of this poet, who wrote "The New Spoon River" in 1924
    $600 6
His name means "one laughs" because Sarah laughed about giving birth to him at her advanced age
    $600 28
About 50 miles of Pennsylvania's border is on this Great Lake
    $600 19
"Funny Girl" is based on incidents in this woman's life shortly before & after WWI
    $600 5
In Roman myth his blessing was asked for at the beginning of each month, not just the first
    $800 13
On Jan. 25 he announced plans to call an ecumenical council, the first in nearly a century
    $800 25
He wrote, "Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter" in his "Ode on a Grecian Urn"
    $800 7
The mother of John the Baptist, she greeted Mary, "Blessed art thou among women"
    $800 29
The state's name means Penn's these
    DD: $2,500 20
This T. Williams play is set on the verandah of the Costa Verde, a "very Bohemian" hotel in Mexico
    $800 12
In this month in 1917 U.S. papers first printed reports of the Bolshevik Revolution
    $1000 14
He remained British prime minister when the Conservatives won their 3rd election in a row
    $1000 26
"Letters Home", a volume of her correspondence, was published in 1975, 12 years after her suicide
    $1000 8
The Roman official mentioned in the Bible who is also mentioned in the Apostles' Creed
    $1000 30
If you consider the original 13 colonies as an arch, Pennsylvania is in this position
    $1000 21
Robert E. Sherwood won his second Pulitzer Prize for this play about Lincoln
    $1000 17
Gerald Ford & Calvin Coolidge were the only 2 men to become president during this month

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mickey Ken Barbara
$7,500 $8,900 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Nobel Laureate & Reagan advisor who titled 1 of his books "There Is No Such Thing as a Free Lunch"

Final scores:

Mickey Ken Barbara
$500 $17,800 $1,400
3rd place: Killer Whale statue by Boehm Porcelain New champion: $17,800 2nd place: a trip to Calgary, Canada

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mickey Ken Barbara
$7,500 $8,900 $4,700
19 R,
2 W
19 R,
2 W
20 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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Game tape date: 1991-02-25
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