Show #1703 - Wednesday, January 15, 1992

Contestants

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Walter Mayes, a publisher sales representative from San Francisco, California

Dom Muoio, an Italian teacher from New Providence, New Jersey

John Ferraro, a landscaper from Rotonda West, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

PLAYS OF THE '50s
PROVERBS
TV WESTERNS
DENMARK
THE NEWSPAPER
HILL OF BEANS
    $100 2
Andy Griffith & Don Knotts hit Broadway in "No Time for" these before they moved to Mayberry
    $100 9
"When the cat's away" this happens
    $100 15
Until 1954 this series starring Clayton Moore was the only ABC show to rank in the Nielsen top 20
    $100 14
About one-fourth of Denmark's population lives in this city & its suburbs
    $100 22
For the CIA it means secret, for a newspaper it means ads separated into categories
    $100 1
In a 1910 toast J.C. Bossidy called this city "The home of the bean and the cod"
    $200 3
"I Am a Camera" takes place in Fraulein Schneider's flat in this city in 1930
    $200 10
It's "The better part of valor"
    $200 16
This Dodge City saloon was owned & operated by Miss Kitty for 19 seasons on "Gunsmoke"
    $200 23
As a result of the Napoleonic Wars, Denmark lost this country to Sweden in 1814
    $200 27
Most U.S. newspapers a broadsheet size or this smaller size
    $200 4
Using the old bean, Old Bean, mean you're using this, Old Chap
    $300 5
One of the last lines in this William Inge play is "There'll be a bus to Kanz City in a few minutes"
    DD: $500 11
Proverbial title of the following old standard:
    $300 17
In this series, Lucas McCain fought the desperadoes in North Fork with a modified .44 Winchester
    $300 24
Established in the early 1500s, it's Denmark's state church
    $300 28
Term for a big-type headline that runs all the way across page 1
    $300 6
Of navy, green or pinto, the bean not named for its looks
    $400 7
Act I of the play about this title court-martial is "The Prosecution"; Act II is "The Defense"
    $400 12
It's derived from the Latin phrase "Manus manum lavat"
    $400 18
She won a 1966 Best Actress Emmy for her role as Victoria Barkley on "The Big Valley"
    $400 25
Denmark's longest river, the Gudena, runs 98 miles through this mainland peninsula
    $400 29
The New York Times page devoted to viewpoints on issues that differ from its own
    $400 20
It's what Jack traded for those magic beans
    $500 8
Shelley Winters & future husband Anthony Franciosa starred in the 1955 play "A Hatful of" this
    $500 13
It's often said that "Faint heart never won" this
    $500 19
Wishbone was the crusty old cook on this Clint Eastwood series
    $500 26
In Helsingor a memorial to this author can be found in Kronborg Castle
    $500 30
In 1972 this Chicago columnist won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary
    $500 21
This word comes from Mandarin Chinese for bean & curdled

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

John Dom Walter
$600 $2,500 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Dom Walter
$2,400 $3,500 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE EARTH
LITERATURE
ELIZABETH I
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
GREEK GODDESSES
"O" BOY
(Alex: All of the correct responses, of course, will begin with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $200 11
Volcanoes are classified as active, extinct or this, meaning "sleeping"
    $200 15
E.M. Forster worked on the libretto of Benjamin Britten's opera of this author's "Billy Budd"
    $200 1
This "dreadful" czar wanted to marry Elizabeth, but she resisted him
    $200 26
Alaska Airlines is headquartered in this Washington city, not in Alaska
    $200 9
It's the collective name for the three goddesses of destiny
    $200 6
This California city named for the trees on its hills has a large saltwater lake downtown
    $400 22
It's thought India drifted away from Gondwanaland & hit Asia, forming this mountain chain
    $400 16
Dante would have loved this heroine of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing"
    $400 2
Elizabeth had this color hair, a Tudor family feature
    $400 27
In the '80s this credit card company bought Shearson Loeb Rhoades, E.F. Hutton & Lehman Brothers
    $400 10
Arachne was changed into a spider by this goddess of wisdom she'd challenged to a weaving contest
    $400 7
A 4-sided stone pillar in which the sides slope; the Washington Monument is an example
    $600 23
At this line of latitude the midnight sun occurs on one day only, June 21
    DD: $3,000 17
Hemingway tale in which Santiago says, "A man can be destroyed but not defeated"
    $600 3
A portrait of Elizabeth hangs in the Governor's conference room in this state named for her
    $600 28
Frank & Charles Seiberling named their tire company after this rubber pioneer who dies poor
    $600 12
As Queen of the Gods, she was second only to Zeus among the Olympians
    $600 8
Insufficient intake of calcium can be a factor in this loss of bone tissue
    $800 24
It's a wide straight between an island & a continent
    $800 18
He wrote "Claudius the God" as well as "I, Claudius"
    $800 4
Elizabeth was just 2 years & 8 months old when this woman, her mother, was executed
    $800 29
Bass, a British brewing company, now owns this lodging chain named for an Astaire-Crosby film
    $800 13
Soon after her own birth, she helped deliver her twin brother, Apollo
    $800 20
From the 800s until 1472 the Vikings ruled these islands 7 miles off Scotland's north coast
    $1000 25
This type of mica got its name from the Russian capital where it was once used for windowpanes
    $1000 19
Biblical king who "wrote" Joseph Heller's "God Knows"
    DD: $1,500 5
Elizabeth acknowledged this man as her successor even tho she had his mother beheaded
    $1000 30
The detergent L.O.C. was the first product offered by this direct-sale company
    $1000 14
The Eleusinian Mysteries were part of a secret cult honoring this goddess of agriculture
    $1000 21
This sister of Augustus married Mark Antony in 40 B.C., which led to a truce between the 2 men

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Dom Walter
$7,600 $6,400 $8,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
In exile from the U.S., he lived in St. John, New Brunswick from 1787 to 1791

Final scores:

John Dom Walter
$100 $100 $15,200
2nd place: Berkline sofa + Capri track lighting 3rd place: Joyce Chen cookware + Nintendo Entertainment System & games New champion: $15,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Dom Walter
$7,600 $5,700 $5,900
18 R,
1 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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