Show #1815 - Friday, June 19, 1992

Contestants

Hal Gladfelder, a teacher and grad student originally from Pasadena, California

Mary Ellen LaRubbio, a legal secretary originally from Brooklyn, New York

Toby Muller, a freelance copywriter originally from Hewlett, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,500)

Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
FASHION DESIGNERS
SPORTS
LEONARDO DA VINCI
POTPOURRI
"DOWN"
    $100 1
This capital of Texas was originally a village called Waterloo
    $100 23
In the 1980s this princess of Monaco designed swimsuits & beach cover-ups
    $100 9
In 1986 he became the 1st golfer to win the Masters tournament in 3 different decades
    $100 4
In Verrocchio's "Baptism of Christ", parts of the landscape & one of these heavenly beings are by Leonardo
    $100 16
The Cyclone at Coney Island has been called "the king of" these rides
    $100 8
This narrow London street runs from Whitehall to St. James Park
    $200 2
Abraham Lincoln's tomb, completed & dedicated in 1874, is this city's greatest monument
    $200 27
She's a direct descendant of William C.C. Claiborne, who was governor of Louisiana during the War of 1812
    $200 12
In 1984 Cheryl Miller led USC to an NCAA title in this team sport
    $200 5
To broaden his knowledge of anatomy, he performed these at a Florence hospital
    $200 19
A person or a nation that seems powerful but is actually weak is this kind of "tiger"
    $200 11
A sensible, practical person is said to be this
    $300 3
Polynesian settlers gave this capital its name, which means "protected bay"
    $300 28
In 1952 Jacques Lenoir & Gaby Aghion founded the House of this, not the House of Daphnis
    $300 13
Arie Luyendyk won this auto race in May 1990 averaging a record 185.984 mph
    $300 10
The mural technique he created for this 1495-97 work hasn't held up very well
    $300 20
Recipes inspired by this film include Twelve Oaks plum pudding & Mammy's shrimp cakes
    $300 24
According to the title of a 1986 film, Nick Nolte was this "in Beverly Hills"
    DD: $500 6
It's located at the edge of the Laramie Mountains, more than 6,000 feet above sea level
    $400 29
We assume he created his "No-Bra" bra for those who were too timid to go topless
    $400 14
In 1979 this woman tennis star's string of 125 consecutive clay-court victories was broken
    $400 17
His monuments of Gian Giacomo Trivulzio & Francesco Sforza on these animals were never finished
    $400 21
Barbara Bush wore a coat of this, her signature color, to her husband's 1989 inauguration
    $400 25
A transmission path for data from a communications satellite to an Earth station
    $500 7
In Nov. 1991 a Fortune mag. survey ranked this so. capital the best place in the nation to do business
    $500 30
This dynamic Frenchwoman who died in 1971 was known for her quilted handbags with chain handles
    $500 15
In 1989, for a record 7th straight season, this Red Sox third baseman had over 200 hits
    $500 18
They were left to his disciple Francesco Melzi & stayed together for the most part until 1600
    $500 22
At age 66 he wrote new songs for the movie "There's No Business Like Show Business"
    $500 26
This Chicago-based music magazine was founded in 1934

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

Toby Mary Ellen Hal
$1,400 $1,600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Toby Mary Ellen Hal
$3,300 $1,400 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE UNITED KINGDOM
FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
ANCIENT EGYPT
LESSER-KNOWN NAMES
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
"UP"
    $200 6
The Roman name for this town was Aquae Sulis
    $200 1
Kimball O'Hara befriends Teshoo Lama, an elderly holy man, in this Kipling story
    $200 14
Reigning in Egypt from 51-30 B.C., she was the seventh queen to bear this name
    $200 22
Andrew Rowan carried a message to this man in Cuba at the start of the Spanish-American War
    $200 11
Charles Lazarus, founder of this toy store chain, was among the highest paid corporate exec. of the 1980s
    $200 17
An egg fried without breaking the yolk is said to be cooked this way
    $400 7
Donegal Square is in this capital
    $400 2
This Saint-Exupery character is the only human inhabitant of a tiny, distant planet
    $400 27
Akhenaton's son-in-law, his life was short & his tomb was long hidden
    $400 23
German meteorologist Alfred Wegener was 1st to catch their drift when he saw the jigsaw pattern
    $400 12
This St. Louis-based brewing dynasty was the subject of a recent book, "Under the Influence"
    $400 18
In boxing this swinging blow is usually directed toward an opponent's chin
    $600 8
Term for a person specifically from Glasgow
    $600 3
Joseph Conrad based Mr. Kurtz in this novel on Georges-Antoine Klein. a man he met in Africa
    $600 28
When the star Sirius reappeared in the sky, the Egyptians noticed this annual event followed
    $600 24
Carlos Pena Romulo, born around 1900 on Luzon, was this general's aide-de-camp in World War II
    $600 13
Alcan, once a part of this aluminum company, has been on its own since 1928
    $600 19
This 1967 5th Dimension hit begins, "Would you like to ride in my beautiful balloon"
    $800 9
It's the council of about 300 who advise the Queen
    $800 4
The principal character of "Crime and Punishment", his first name is Rodion
    $800 29
Horus & Ra were depicted with the head of this bird
    $800 25
As leader of this from 1886-1902, Richard Croker was the unofficial dictator of New York City
    $800 15
The RCA Building in Rockefeller Center has since been renamed for this company which purchased RCA in 1986
    $800 20
It's the practice & technique of keeping a step ahead of a competitor
    DD: $1,000 10
Wales hasn't been a kingdom since 1284; it's one of these
    $1000 5
Father Latour is the archbishop in the title of this Willa Cather work
    $1000 30
The Coffin Texts evolved into this book
    $1000 26
Ignatius Donnelly, a founder of the Populist Party, wrote about this "antediluvian world" in 1882
    DD: $2,000 16
Dentsu Inc., which is based in Japan, is the world's largest agency in this field
    $1000 21
This Swedish city was the site of the country's capital in Viking times

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Toby Mary Ellen Hal
$12,300 $6,800 $6,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

IN THE NEWS
In an unannounced December 1991 speech at Columbia Univ., this author said, "Free speech is life itself"

Final scores:

Toby Mary Ellen Hal
$22,300 $2,599 $12,400
2-day champion: $31,800 3rd place: collection of Armitron All-Sport water-resistant sport watches + Nintendo Entertainment System with new editions of Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius Productivity Paks for Nintendo Game Boy 2nd place: a vacation at historic Ingleside Inn in Palm Springs + Cazal 951 & 955 fashion sunglasses & sports systems

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Toby Mary Ellen Hal
$11,300 $6,700 $6,400
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $24,400

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