Show #1989 - Thursday, April 8, 1993

David Tiemann game 3.


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Rosemary Lancos, a housewife originally from Cleveland, Ohio

John McAuliffe, an account executive from Verona, New Jersey

David Tiemann, a high school teacher from Brunswick, Maine (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,099)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
On February 26 a constitutional amendment became law, limiting the holder of this office to 2 terms
    $100 6
In the recent Battle of the Sexes, Jimmy Connors beat this player for about $1 million
    $100 1
English breakfast & Irish breakfast are types of this that can be served with dinner, too
    $100 16
Found in woody structures such as straw & corncobs, xylose is a form of this sweet substance
    $100 21
With over 7,400 feet of track, "The Beast" at Kings Island is the longest one of these in the U.S.
    $100 26
This fried breakfast meat is lardo
    $200 12
90 cadets at this academy were ousted in a cheating scandal
    $200 7
Much to Tommy Lasorda's dismay, this team came in last in 1992, its worst finish since 1905
    $200 2
It's the kind of liquor you need to make a highland cooler
    $200 17
Baily's Beads, bright spots along the rim of the moon, can be seen during this occurence
    $200 22
At 22,595 feet high, Ojos Del Salado is the highest active one of these in the world
    $200 27
In Esperanto this respiratory disease is astmo
    $300 13
In July A.B. "Happy" Chandler ended a 6-year reign as this sport's commissioner
    $300 8
In 1968, '70, '71, '75, '78, '81 & '87, the Indianapolis 500 was won by 1 of these 2 brothers
    $300 3
This color flannel is in the name of a hash that's perennially popular in New England
    $300 18
Used in rocket propulsion, LOX stands for this
    $300 23
The largest one of these ever completed wasn't the Brittanica but the Yongle Dadian
    $300 28
This European country is Svedujo
    $400 14
On July 20 this country's King Abdullah Ibn Hussein was assassinated in Jerusalem
    $400 9
With a 7-year contract worth an est. $42 mil., Mario Lemieux is now the highest-paid player in this sport
    $400 4
This bivalve juice is often combined with tomato juice to make a non-alcoholic cocktail
    $400 19
While soapstone can refer to any greasy rock, it usually applies to one made of this soft mineral
    $400 24
The greatest drop over which anyone has walked on one of these is almost 2 miles above France
    $400 29
If an Esperanto-speaking mechanic wants to replace your karburilo, he's talking about this part
    $500 15
This country's Leopold III abdicated in favor of his son Prince Baudouin
    $500 11
This former Viking holds the NFL record for most passes completed & attempted in a career--that's incredible!
    $500 5
This citrus fruit precedes "grass" in the name of an herb that flavors Thai dishes
    DD: $800 20
Formed by bacterial fermentation, it's the acid that makes sour milk sour
    $500 25
You'll find the world's lowest road, at 1,290' below sea level, along the shores of this sea
    $500 30
Merkredo is this day of the week

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

David John Rosemary
$2,000 $2,200 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David John Rosemary
$3,500 $4,000 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each country will end with the letter "y."
    $200 2
China's Shang Dynasty capital, Anyang, was in the lower valley of this "colorful" river
    $200 1
In "As You Like It", Touchstone is one of these silly guys at Duke Frederick's court
    $200 9
When she won an Oscar for "The Country Girl", America didn't know the country was going to be Monaco
    $200 16
Adolphe Sax invented the saxhorn, but he's more famous for inventing this
    $200 23
This term refers to private schools owned & administered by a religious group
    $200 18
In 1990 2 countries that ended in "y" reunited into this one
    $400 3
In the 15th century, eunuch captain Cheng Ho explored as far as Somaliland on this continent
    $400 4
Emilia, Desdemona's sharp-tongued lady-in-waiting, is this villain's wife
    $400 10
Though he was born in 1734 near Reading, a boro named for him is in Kentucky
    $400 17
A device that muffles the sound of an instrument or reduces its volume is called this
    $400 24
Shirley Hufstedler, the first Secretary of Education, was appointed by this President in 1979
    $400 19
There's a small French-speaking minority in this country's Valle d'Aosta
    $600 6
Legend says that this founder of Taoism was born an old man with white hair in 604 B.C.
    $600 5
Antony says over him, "Thou art the ruins of the noblest man that ever lived in the tide of times"
    DD: $1,500 11
On June 25, 1982 Pres. Reagan accepted this Pennsylvania-born general's resignation as Sec. of State
    $600 30
This instrument's full name begins with "violin"
    $600 25
"Democracy in education, education for Democracy" is the motto of this teachers' union
    $600 20
In November 1956 the Soviet Union installed Janos Kadar as its premier
    $800 7
The first of these in China opened in 1876, connecting Shanghai & Wusong
    DD: $2,000 14
She's the woman to whom Claudius is married in "Hamlet"
    $800 12
This star of Bethlehem won a Pulitzer Prize for his poem "John Brown's Body"
    $800 29
The "fipple" type of this instrument is blown like a whistle
    $800 26
This "Primer" used in colonial times had a rhyme & picture for each letter of the alphabet
    $800 21
One result of the Gulf War was that millions of Kurdish refugees tried to get into this country
    $1000 8
This dynasty that ruled 1368-1644 was the last whose ruling family was of Chinese origin
    $1000 15
"Shrew"d suitor who says, "I come to wive it wealthily in Padua; if weathily, then happily in Padua"
    $1000 13
On July 22, 1898 this sculptor & artist was born in Philadelphia, though Mobile would have been more appropriate
    $1000 28
Some of these extremely long instruments are twice as long as the Swiss herdsmen who blow them
    $1000 27
In 1839 the 1st state teachers college in the U.S. opened in this state under Horace Mann's guidance
    $1000 22
This country supplied the U.N. with its first secretary-general

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David John Rosemary
$9,300 $7,900 $7,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This city in the northwest is the "City of Trees"; its name comes from the French for "wooded"

Final scores:

David John Rosemary
$15,900 $1 $100
3-day champion: $37,999 3rd place: Technics digital mini component system 2nd place: trip to Boston & stay at the Royal Senesta Hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David John Rosemary
$9,000 $7,000 $6,500
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $22,500

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Game tape date: 1992-12-07
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