Show #1521 - Monday, March 25, 1991

Tom Halpern game 2.
3/4s of game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


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Roz Jay, a housewife from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Michael Hairston, an accountant originally from Charleston, West Virginia

Tom Halpern, a researcher and writer from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
After Mr. Hyde kills a member of Parliament, he reveals the secret of his dual identity to a friend
    $100 9
A small New England-style home with a gabled roof, named for a Massachusetts peninsula
    $100 21
A beaver slaps this body part on the water to warn other beavers of danger
    $100 16
This singer popularized not only the twist but also the fly & the limbo
    $100 1
Due to a scandal, Sosuke Uno lost his job as this country's prime minister
    $100 12
Born in New Orleans in 1911, she became the most famous gospel singer of her time
    $200 7
The vicious Mordaunt beheads King Charles I in "Twenty Years After", Dumas' sequel to this
    $200 10
Bats & bells both hang in this upper story of a church tower
    $200 27
Beavers build these dome-shaped homes in the water but the living chambers are above the water
    DD: $500 17
Title dance you'd do to the following music:
    $200 2
Before her death in 1978, this Israeli said, "I forbid any eulogies or anything named for me"
    $200 22
In 1990 he was elected a shadow U.S. senator to lobby for D.C. statehood
    $300 8
Wang Lung has a concubine named Lotus & a pretty slave named Pear Blossom in this Pearl Buck novel
    $300 11
These accessories can be bulls-eye, bow or bay
    $300 28
There are more beavers in these 2 countries than anywhere else in the world
    $300 18
Name for the heavy shoes used to hammer out its heavy rhythm, it was a forerunner of tap dancing
    $300 3
This debonair Canadian, a former P.M., has written several books, including "Two Innocents in Red China"
    $300 23
She could have been our first bigamist first lady but she died before her husband took office
    $400 13
Budgie, the title character of children's books writen by the Duchess of York, is one of these
    $400 15
The gothic style began in this country in the 12th century
    $400 29
When "Beavers", an IMAX film opened at the Science Museum of Virginia this TV actor came to promote it
    $400 19
Some believe this fast Italian dance derived from mad movement caused by a tarantula's bite
    $400 5
In 1961 the Vatican excommunicated this Haitian president for harassing the clergy
    $400 25
She often acts with her husband Eli Wallach
    $500 14
Clyde is sentenced to death after the pregnant Roberta drowns in this T. Dreiser novel
    $500 24
Architect who observed, "No house should be on any hill but of the hill"
    $500 30
The capybara is the only member of this mammal group that's larger than the beaver
    $500 20
In ballet the French name for a dance that takes two to do
    $500 6
In 1905 Prince Carl of Denmark was elected king of this Scandinavian country
    $500 26
In 1957 this macabre female author wrote humorously about raising children in "Raising Demons"

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

Tom Michael Roz
$1,700 $300 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Michael Roz
$3,000 $2,000 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
In September it was mistakenly announced that thousands of craters here were caused by volcanic activity
    $200 11
The Kalamazoo case of 1874 established this state's right to use local taxes to establish high schools
    $200 12
Except for Hawaii, this Hoosier state is the smallest west of the Appalachians
    $200 1
An abbreviation for the Latin "quando", mean "when", it's on scripts to tell an actor when to speak
    $200 10
A noble gas, not Superman's home planet, the length of a meter is based on its 86 isotope
    $200 13
"The Father of the University of Virginia"
    $400 4
His 56-game hitting streak was ended on July 17th
    $400 22
The Mayo Graduate School of Medicine is in this city
    $400 17
Isle Royale is the largest island in this largest Great Lake
    $400 2
Volume came from the Latin "voldare", "to roll", as a volumen was this type of rolled book
    $400 14
By volume it makes up about 20% of the atmosphere, by mass about 2/3rds of your body & 90% of water
    $400 26
This French novelist has been designated "The Father of Science Fiction"
    DD: $1,500 5
This island declared its independence from Denmark on May 19th
    $600 23
A DVM is a doctoral degree in this field of study
    $600 18
Spuyten Duyvil Creek joins the Hudson & Harlem Rivers & separates this island from the mainland
    $600 7
Recap as in retell a story in a short form is a short form of this word
    $600 15
The color of litmus when it comes in contact with a substance that has a Ph value below 4.5
    $600 27
"The Father of Angling"
    $800 6
Irish novelist who died in Zurich on January 13th
    $800 24
In England it's equivalent to high school; in the U.S. it's another name for an elementary school
    $800 19
This state with the 3rd most Native Americans has Navajo, Cochise & Apache Counties
    $800 9
Word first used at a place in San Luis Obispo, California that rented accommodations with garages
    $800 16
They're said to form a cloud around the nucleus of an atom
    $800 28
"The Father of the Soviet Hydrogen Bomb"
    $1000 8
In February this general arrived in Libya to command of German & Italian forces there
    $1000 25
This famous 19th century educator was the 1st Secretary of Massachusetts Board of Education
    $1000 20
This river starts in Pennsylvania, flows north into New York & then turns southwest into Pittsburgh
    DD: $1,000 21
It's Greek for "sacred carving", if you get the picture
    $1000 30
It's what the "P" stands for in Boyle's law: PV=K
    $1000 29
Englishman called "The Father of the New Economics"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Michael Roz
$8,900 $4,200 $3,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He was 61 when he made his acting debut in 1 of his own plays, "Small Craft Warnings", in 1972

Final scores:

Tom Michael Roz
$8,401 $8,200 $6,200
2-day champion: $23,602 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Michael Roz
$10,400 $4,900 $3,100
23 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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Game tape date: 1991-01-30
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