Show #1479 - Thursday, January 24, 1991

Lynne Wexler game 2.


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James Heideman, an attorney originally from Medford, Oregon

John Stokes, a teacher from Austin, Texas

Lynne Wexler, a librarian from Evanston, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
In 1982 this "Second City" dropped to No. 3 in population
    $100 1
"He must know sumpin' but don't say nothin', he jus' keeps rollin', he keeps on rollin' along"
    $100 19
It's been said that she "doles out sexual advice like good hot chicken soup"
    $100 2
A sweetheart is sometimes called a "Dulcinea" after a character in this novel
    $100 23
The walls of the Green Room are covered with this lustrous fabric, not with wallpaper
    $100 16
In the mid 1800s its stops were "stations" & its workers were called "conductors"
    $200 12
The largest city in Kentucky, it was named for the husband of Marie Antoinette
    $200 8
Phrase following "Getting to know you, putting it my way, but nicely, you are precisely..."
    $200 20
In 1984 she became the first female correspondent on "60 Minutes"
    $200 3
The expression "lotus-eater", referring to an indolent daydreamer, comes from this epic by Homer
    $200 24
There's a sitting room named for this president too; it's next to the famous bedroom
    $200 17
Among other places, "he" is buried under the Arc de Triomphe, in Westminster Abbey & at Arlington
    $300 13
A city named Augusta is now Maine's capital; 200 years ago a city named Augusta was this state's capital
    $300 9
"It's a long, long while from May to December, but the days grow short when you reach" this month
    $300 25
The Guinness Book of World Records lists her as the most successful dog trainer from 1951-1985
    $300 4
"Glad Game" girl whose name has become a synonym for an irritatingly cheerful optimist
    $300 28
White House architect James Hoban was born in Callan in this country circa 1762
    $300 18
Though often misquoted, these are the kinds of "rights" the Declaration of Independence guarantees
    DD: $600 14
Germantown in this city was the site of the 1st Mennonite & Lutheran churches in the U.S.
    $400 10
"You make me smile with my heart, your looks are laughable, unphotographable"
    $400 26
William Randolph Hearst shared his castle with this actress, his protegee & mistress
    $400 5
The phrase "grown like Topsy" refers to an impish little girl in this 19th c. novel
    $400 29
Term for a columned porch such as the one on the south side of the White House
    $400 21
They were called this because they used to write their names at the bottom of insurance contracts
    $500 15
This city named for a president is Florida's largest
    $500 11
"Brush off the clouds & cheer up"; do this
    $500 27
During WWII this star of "Cabin in the Sky" was the favorite pinup girl of black soldiers
    $500 6
The science fiction tale "Mimsy Were the Borogoves" took its title from his poem "Jabberwocky"
    $500 30
He ordered much of the French Empire furniture for the Blue Room while he was pres. from 1817-25
    $500 22
Dylan Thomas' radio play about a day in the life of the Welsh villagers of Llareggub

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

Lynne John James
$1,200 $1,900 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lynne John James
$3,000 $2,100 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
From the Dutch word "verlof", it's a leave of absence granted to military personnel
    $200 6
Its name means "sea of Atlas"
    $200 1
Act II, Scene I of this play is set in Brutus' orchard
    $200 8
This Spanish seducer was the subject of a Mozart opera
    $200 17
Samoset was the first Indian to greet the settlers here; he later brought Massasoit to meet them
    $200 26
Originally it was a sauce from China called "ke-tsiap", made from pickled fish, not tomatoes
    $400 19
From the Latin for "a hearing", it's an examination of accounts or records
    $400 7
The port of Southampton on this body of water has double high tides which are an aid to shipping
    $400 2
It's set on "an uninhabited island", a long-winded cast shows up anyway
    $400 9
This late N.Y. Philharmonic director wrote a "Mass" to open the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
    $400 18
Lord Fairfax hired teenage George Washington to do this for him
    $400 27
Some say it came to Lea & Perrins by way of India
    $600 25
From the Latin "to open", it's a common term for a lens opening
    $600 14
This bay is bounded by Miami, Miami Beach & the Florida Keys
    $600 3
The second scene of this play takes place in the senate house in Corioli
    $600 10
To protest Nazism, in 1933 Toscanini refused to conduct at this town's Wagner Festival
    $600 20
This company sent a small group of Walloons to help set up New Netherlands
    $600 28
They help thicken Hollandaise sauce
    $800 24
From the Latin "to rule", it's a regulated scheme of diet & exercise
    $800 15
This arm of the Atlantic is bordered by Fishers Island on the east & Throg's Neck on the west
    $800 4
This comedy opens in the palace of the Duke of Ephesus, make no mistake
    DD: $1,000 11
Tchaikovsky's "Symphony No. 6" is also called this, reflecting its feeling of tragedy
    DD: $2,000 21
The 1st mail route between major towns in Colonial America went along this road
    $800 29
The addition of this ingredient is necessary to make a sauce "Chantilly"
    $1000 23
Originally the title of a Japanese shogun, it now means a wealthy & powerful industrialist
    $1000 16
The largest lake & largest country in Central America are both named this
    $1000 5
Its 1st scene unfolds in front of Page's house; Slender & Shallow are complaining about Falstaff
    $1000 12
He designed sets & wrote librettos for operas "Higglety Pigglety Pop!" & "Where the Wild Things Are"
    $1000 22
Nathan Hale hailed from this colony
    $1000 30
A Bechamel sauce with Gruyere & Parmesan cheese added, named for a friend of French king Henry IV

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lynne John James
$9,000 $5,300 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On July 15, 1815 he surrendered to the captain of the Bellerophon

Final scores:

Lynne John James
$10,650 $10,500 $100
2-day champion: $22,851 2nd place: a trip on America West Airlines to Honolulu + stay at Pacific Beach Hotel + Jeopardy! home game or computerized version 3rd place: Funai fax machine + Jeopardy! home game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lynne John James
$8,800 $7,300 $5,000
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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Game tape date: 1990-10-15
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