Show #1562 - Tuesday, May 21, 1991


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Donald Carter, a retired academician from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dorothy Judd, a teacher and writer from West Orange, New Jersey

Mickey Tennenbaum, a teacher originally from The Hague, Holland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 22
The official residence of the prime minister of Canada is in this city
    $100 2
Three basic types of these are set-in, kimono & raglan
    $100 5
"It's a silly" one of these "that is caught with the same bait twice"
    $100 16
The pygmy hippopotamus of this continent is in danger of becoming extinct
    $100 26
While men use foils, epees & sabres in this Olympic event, women use only foils
    $100 1
James B. Sikking of "Hill Street Blues" plays this teenage doctor's dad
    $200 24
Thessaloniki in this country was named for Alexander the Great's sister
    $200 3
Department where you'd find needles, buttons, seam tape & all the other little things you need to sew
    $200 6
Edward Young said, "Procrastination is the thief of" this
    $200 17
A female wolf spider encloses these in a sac, attaches it to her spinnerets & drags it behind her
    $200 27
The team that wins the Super Bowl is awarded the trophy named for him
    $200 4
James Noble, who plays Larry's dad on "Perfect Strangers", was Governor Gatling on this sitcom
    $300 21
This Brazilian landmark overlooking Guanabara Bay is called Pao de Acucar in Portuguese
    $300 9
Use this type of stitch on hems & facing where you don't want the stitches to show
    $300 7
"Lucky at cards, unlucky in" this
    $300 18
Some of these mollusks related to the octopus are also known as sea arrows
    $300 28
Baseball's Western League disbanded in 1900 & reformed as this league
    $300 12
Higgins on "Magnum, P.I."; he went on to play Sandy Duncan's dad on "The Hogan Family"
    DD: $400 25
Abu Dhabi is the largest of the 7 states that make up this Persian Gulf country
    $400 10
A small spool for holding thread, or a type of lace made with such spools
    $400 8
This many "feet of earth make all men equal"
    $400 19
The lesser panda is also known as this color panda
    $400 29
In 1938 Don Budge became the first player to achieve the Grand Slam in this sport
    $400 13
Darren McGavin's performance as her father won him an Emmy in 1990
    $500 23
These mountain extend from the Bay of Biscay on the NW to the Mediterranean Sea on the SE
    $500 11
The Bayeux Tapestry is an example of this "mean" type of embroidery done with woolen yarn
    $500 15
"He gets a double victory, who conquers" this person
    $500 20
Gypsy moths are most destructive at this stage of development
    $500 30
He's the only boxer to have won the World Heavyweight Title three separate times
    $500 14
Formerly Gonzo Gates on "Trapper John, M.D.", in 1990 he became a dad on "Family Man"

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

Mickey Dorothy Donald
$1,700 $1,300 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mickey Dorothy Donald
$4,500 $2,200 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In this family Richard directed "Gandhi" & his brother David wrote "Life on Earth"
    $200 16
Time Magazine named him "Man of the Decade" for the 1980s
    $200 1
In 1978 Pres. Carter signed a bill restoring U.S. citizenship to this Confederate president
    $200 19
1 of Palladio's most famous churches is San Giorgio Maggiore in this canal city
    $200 11
"Raintree County" opens in this Hoosier State in 1892 & then flashes back to pre-Civil War days
    $400 3
The first of these highways was completed in 1935 between Darmstadt & Frankfurt
    $400 18
When he was nine, Anatoly Karpov was rated a first-category player of this game
    $400 7
When Francois Mitterrand 1st ran for pres. of France in 1965, he was defeated by this man
    $400 20
In 1932 he organized the Taliesin Fellowship, a training program for architects
    $400 12
The Mark Twain novel that feature Merlin & Morgan le Fay
    $600 4
From the Greek for "star finder", it was used to measure the altitude of stars
    $600 17
He's appeared in films, had his own sitcom & is now a spokesman for Best Western; what a country!
    $600 8
The Mukden Incident in 1931 began Japan's occupation of this region of China
    DD: $1,700 21
His 1682 design for the Royal Hospital at Chelsea was inspired by the Hotel des Invalides
    $600 13
His novel "The Pathfinder" is subtitles "The Inland Sea"
    $600 26
About 93 million miles
    $800 5
The Nez Perce Indians developed this breed of horse
    $800 22
His crusade for nuclear disarmament & Soviet democracy earned him the 1975 Nobel Peace Prize
    $800 9
He named his revolutionary group the 26th of July Movement for the date of his 1st revolt in 1953
    $800 24
From the Arabic "al-qubbah", the vault, it's a recessed chamber within or connected to a room
    $800 14
"The Natural", his first novel, was first published in 1952
    $800 27
Another name for the sun or the name of the Roman equivalent of the Greek sun god Helios
    $1000 6
Opposed to a fraternal order, it was the first third party in U.S. history
    $1000 23
61 years after leaving Russia, this piano virtuoso returned in 1986 for a series of performances
    $1000 10
In May 1981 riots broke out in Belfast following the hunger strike & death of this IRA member
    $1000 25
Of the 3 classical Greek orders of architecture, this one, named for a city, was the most ornate
    DD: $3,000 15
This collection of short stories about life in a small town was S. Anderson's 4th book
    $1000 28
Scientific term for the visible surface of the Sun

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mickey Dorothy Donald
$12,100 $3,400 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1950s
He died October 9, 1958 at Castel Gandolfo

Final scores:

Mickey Dorothy Donald
$10,100 $100 $1,000
2-day champion: $27,600 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mickey Dorothy Donald
$10,100 $3,400 $5,900
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
12 R,
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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Game tape date: 1991-02-25
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