Show #1540 - Friday, April 19, 1991


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Jared Namenson, a headmaster from Berkeley, California

Bob Canter, a government relations representative from Martinez, California

David Combs, an electrical engineer from Long Beach, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Lady Bird Johnson was the 1st wife to hold this book while her husband took the oath of office
    $100 10
Although this TV series was #1 for 4 straight years, it was edged out by "Roseanne" last season
    $100 22
In 1990 P.M. V.P. Singh's plan to reserve government jobs for low castes caused protests in this country
    $100 9
When big news broke people would "read all about it" in these special unscheduled editions
    $100 15
Number 1 Hit that began, "Bill, I love you so, I always will..."
    $100 1
Her predictions, including the JFK assassination, earned her the epithet "Seeress of Washington"
    $200 4
Her daughter Julie called her "the most widely traveled First Lady in history"
    $200 11
Florida's second largest city, it's the southernmost major city in the continental U.S.
    $200 23
This country has had only 2 presidents: Sukarno & Suharto
    $200 27
To reduce newsgathering costs, in 1848 6 N.Y. papers established the agency that's now called this
    $200 16
According to the title of the 1972 hit, it's when "I Didn't Get to Sleep at All"
    $200 3
French for "seeing clearly", it's the ability to "see" or envision images & events
    $300 5
George Cukor directed this future First Lady's MGM screen test
    $300 12
As a college football player, this Supreme Court justice was 2nd in the 1937 Heisman Trophy balloting
    $300 24
Rebel leader Prince Johnson captured & killed Samuel K. Doe, president of this country, in September 1990
    $300 28
A Hecht & MacArthur drama about newspaper pros, or where a banner headline flies
    $300 17
Group member who went on to host "Solid Gold" & in 1990 became the music reporter on "Preview"
    $300 6
Scientist Joseph Banks Rhine popularized this term for the sixth sense
    $400 20
When she died in 1849, Zachary Taylor said, she was truly our First Lady for a half-century"
    $400 13
Dallas-based firm that follows Motorola as America's largest producer of semiconductors
    $400 25
Octavio Paz, a poet from this North American country, won the 1990 Nobel Literature Prize
    DD: $1,000 29
Term for "to edit", from the writing instrument an editor traditionally uses to do it
    $400 18
According to the title of a 1968 hit, the 5th Dimension went on a "Stoned Soul" one of these
    $400 7
Also called mind-to-mind communication, it's the sending of thoughts from one person to another
    $500 21
The low-cut necklines worn by this 19th century Kentuckian sometimes shocked people
    $500 14
In 1988 his "Patriot Games" was the New York Times' 2nd best-selling paperback fiction book
    $500 26
Bhumibol Adulyadej, king of this Southeast Asian country, was born in Cambridge, Mass.
    $500 30
The Deseret News is a daily owned by this church
    $500 19
Mode of transportation in their first Top 10 Hit
    $500 8
This southern seer, who died in 1945, was famous for making medical diagnoses while in a trance

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

David Bob Jared
$1,300 $1,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Bob Jared
$1,600 $4,600 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
As Adrian IV, Nicholas Breakspear was the only Englishman to become this
    $200 21
Michael Bennett dedicated this show "to anyone who has ever danced in a chorus or marched in step"
    $200 3
The oldest public building in Maryland is the Old Treasury in this capital
    $200 22
He's called the hero of the 1831 novel "Notre Dame de Paris"
    $200 1
A concavo-convex is one of these that curves outward on one side & inward on the other
    $200 10
Magician who invented a diver's suit with a quick-release mechanism
    $400 12
In German he's known as "Karl der Grosee", in Latin, as "Carolus Magnus"
    $400 27
"Golden Rainbow", an adaptation of "A Hole in the Head", starred Steve Lawrence & this spouse
    $400 6
In the 19th c. it boasted the world's tallest building; since 1973 it has done it again
    $400 23
Jean Passepartout entered into his service at 11:29 a.m., Wednesday, October 2
    $400 2
By definition nonferrous alloys do not contain this element
    $400 17
Kemmons Wilson adopted the name of this hotel chain from a Bing Crosby movie
    $600 13
Known for his cruelty, Vlad the Impaler of Walachia became the source of this legend
    $600 28
He wrote the songs for "My Fair Lady", "Camelot" & "Paint Your Wagon"
    $600 7
This state & its largest city both begin with "Mi"
    DD: $1,500 24
Title object that helped lead William Legrand to the treasure of Captain Kidd in a Poe story
    $600 4
Like fish, some fungi have openings called these
    $600 18
In Holland Monopoly is played with guilders, in England, pounds & in Greece, these
    $800 14
The pharaoh of the biblical Exodus is believed to be this king who ruled until about 1224 B.C.
    DD: $1,600 29
This 1957 musical won only 2 Tonys, for Scenic Design & Choreography, but the film won 10 Oscars
    $800 8
Claimed by Mass. but held on to by New Hampshire, it was named this in 1765 for the harmonious end of the dispute
    $800 25
Character who gets kidnapped in Stevenson's "Kidnapped"
    $800 5
It's the study of the propulsion & motion of projectiles
    $800 19
Charles Dawson, a British lawyer, is thought to have been the man behind this phony "early man"
    $1000 15
As this "Trust Buster" president's attorney gen. Charles Joseph Bonaparte filed antitrust suits
    $1000 30
This composer's "Aspects of Love" is adapted from a novel by a member of the Bloomsbury Group
    $1000 9
The main campus of the University of Arkansas & Razorback Stadium are in this city, not Little Rock
    $1000 26
Mr. Abel falls for Rima the Bird Girl in this William Henry Hudson novel
    $1000 16
Shrews, hedgehogs & moles are this type of mammal, named for the creatures they eat
    $1000 20
1 of these 2 men invented the postage meter, the other enabled them to market it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Bob Jared
$5,100 $8,800 $5,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Founded in 1850 by a Bavarian immigrant, this firm is the world's largest clothing manufacturer

Final scores:

David Bob Jared
$5,400 $11,800 $11,399
3rd place: Empire Silver company silverware + Nintendo Entertainment System with games + Wheel of Fortune for Game Boy New champion: $11,800 2nd place: a trip to Palm Springs & stay at Oasis Water Resort Villa Hotel & Eastpak bags

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Bob Jared
$6,600 $8,200 $7,300
17 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,100

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Game tape date: 1991-02-13
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