Show #1678 - Wednesday, December 11, 1991

Contestants

Eric Goldner, an attorney originally from Queens, New York

Gail Bullion, a designer from Houston, Texas

Glenn Gillis, a film student from San Antonio, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

ARCHAEOLOGY
COUNTRY MUSIC
OCCUPATIONS
PIRATES
GRIMM'S FAIRY TALES
COMMON BONDS
    $100 15
This monument near Salisbury, England is the best-known late Neolithic structure
    $100 26
From 1980 to 1982, this singer & her sisters Louise & Irlene had their own TV variety series on NBC
    $100 2
It's the occupation of a person who uses shorthand or a machine to record trial proceedings
    $100 1
Some pirates flew red flags, but this background color was the preference of most pirates
    $100 9
A beautiful princess breaks the spell that turned a handsome prince into one of these amphibians
    $100 21
Wayne,
Isaac,
Fig
    $200 16
Dendrochronology uses the growth rings of these to try to determine a wooden object's age
    $200 27
He's been called the "Baron of Bakersfield" & his band is the Buckaroos
    $200 3
Truck and cab drivers are sent out to their destinations by workers called these
    $200 6
In 67 B.C., Pompey the Great led a fleet that temporarily cleared this sea of pirates
    $200 10
The elves desert this craftsman after his wife makes tiny little clothes for them
    $200 22
Shoe,
fog,
flugel
    $300 17
A shard is a broken piece of this
    $300 28
Born Virginia Wynette Pugh, she was the CMA's Female Vocalist of the Year in 1968, '69 & '70
    $300 4
On a film, the director of photography or chief cameraman goes by this title
    $300 7
You can see the trial of pirate Israel Hands reenacted in this restored colonial capital of Virginia
    $300 11
Snow White lay for a long time in a glass one of these until a piece of apple fell bout of her throat
    $300 23
Karolyi,
Bartok,
Lugosi
    $400 18
More than 600 statues or Moai have been found on this small Pacific island, most 12-25 feet tall
    DD: $1,000 29
A piano-playing cousin of Jerry Lee Lewis, he crossed over onto the pop charts in 1980 with "Stand By Me"
    $400 5
It's an official authorized to certify documents & take depositions
    $400 8
Despite his protest that he was "the innocentest...of them all", this sea captain was hanged in 1701
    $400 12
It was this relative who suggested that Hansel & Gretel be left alone in the woods
    $400 24
Silver Hatchet,
South American Leaf,
Siamese Fighting
    $500 19
In 1911 Hiram Bingham discovered Machu Picchu, an Inca fortress city, in this country
    $500 30
This singer's "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" was the 1st No. 1 country hit by a female
    $500 20
A person who uses statistics to calculate risks & premiums for an insurance co. is called this
    $500 14
This hirsute pirate was caught & beheaded off the coast of North Carolina in 1718
    $500 13
Her mother craved rampion, which sealed this long-haired character's fate
    $500 25
Dutchman,
saucer,
buttress

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

Glenn Gail Eric
$2,400 $1,200 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Glenn Gail Eric
$3,000 $2,400 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE PLANETS
GARDENING
LITERATURE
PEOPLE
PHILOSOPHY
DUBLIN
    $200 5
The astronomical symbol for this planet is a trident
    $200 16
Marigolds are an example of this type of plant which completes its life cycle in a year or less
    $200 11
Ma & Pa Joad have 4 sons:
Al, Noah, Winfield & this son
    $200 6
Asked what he was going to do after retiring in 1991, this justice said, "Sit on my rear end"
    $200 21
Hedonism is the belief that this is the greatest good
    $200 26
The national cathedral of the Church of Ireland is named for him
    $400 4
In 1979 Voyager I photographed volcanoes erupting on Io, a moon of this large planet
    $400 17
Chlorosis, caused by an iron deficiency, turns a plant's leaves this color
    $400 12
Shakespeare wrote this tragedy to appeal to James !'s fascination with witchcraft
    $400 7
She came in fourth in the 1991 80-meter dash for mummies at Wetherby School
    $400 22
This 4th century saint drew inspiration for his "The City of God" from Plato & St. Paul
    $400 27
The Liffey, which has been called "The Sniffey Liffey", is one of these
    $600 3
It's orbital speed of 30 miles per second is the fastest of any planet
    $600 18
A fertilizer is said to be complete it if contains phosphorus, potassium & this element
    $600 13
There are 2 Isoldes in this German medieval poem, Isolde of Ireland & Isolde of the White Hands
    $600 8
This former Surgeon General wrote the article on smoking in the 1990 edition of The Book of Knowledge
    $600 23
A leading rationalist, his philosophy became known as Cartesianism
    $600 28
Founded in Dublin in 1759, this brewery is among the largest private employers in Ireland
    $800 2
In August 1991 the Magellan probe found a channel longer than the Nile on this planet
    DD: $1,000 19
Using this propagation method, you can grow several kinds of fruit on one tree
    $800 14
Robert Louis Stevenson novel subtitled "Being Memoirs of the Adventures of David Balfour in the Year 1751"
    $800 9
Trying to get back into office after 11 years, this ex-mayor of Philadelphia died in 1991 while campaigning
    $800 24
This branch of philosophy studies the principles of art & beauty
    $800 29
In 1988 Dublin celebrated this milestone anniversary
    DD: $1,000 1
This planet's only known moon, Charon, was discovered by James W. Christy in 1978
    $1000 20
Flowers like the larkspur that hold their shape & color when dried are termed this
    $1000 15
G.K. Chesterton wrote "The Wisdom...", "The Secret..." & "The Innocence..." of this sleuthing cleric
    $1000 10
He's in the U.S. Inventors Hall of Fame for his peach, not his potato
    $1000 25
Jeremy Bentham & John Stuart Mill developed this, which seeks the greatest good for the most people
    $1000 30
In the 1920s it became the 1st state-subsidized theatre in an English-speaking country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Glenn Gail Eric
$7,600 $5,800 $1,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE SOVIET UNION
(Alex: Or what's left of it.)
The head of the Leningrad Communist Party in the 1920s; an opera & ballet theatre is named for him

Final scores:

Glenn Gail Eric
$11,601 $0 $1
2-day champion: $17,600 3rd place: Armitron Deauville watch collection + Nintendo Entertainment system 2nd place: Amisco Paris loveseat and armchair + Eureka floor care assortment

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Glenn Gail Eric
$8,400 $5,800 $2,400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
0 W
13 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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