Show #1566 - Monday, May 27, 1991


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Barrie Creedon, a writer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Eric Newman, an attorney from New York City, New York

Archie Parker, a data management specialist from Merchantville, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
When the abbreviation "o.p." is followed by a number, op. stands for this
    $100 21
In bowling it's getting all the pins down at once without any to "spare"
    $100 16
Traditionally, junket is served for this course
    $100 1
This president's farewell to his mother in 1789 is reenacted every Mother's Day in her Virginia home
    $100 6
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, the Nickelodeon network tinted 4 episodes of "My Three Sons" this color
    $100 11
They "never die; they just fade away"
    $200 18
In German, these holiday songs are known as Weihnachtslieder
    $200 22
The sport in which you carry your projectiles in a quiver
    $200 24
You can thicken a thin sauce by adding beurre manie, a kneaded mixture of flour & this
    $200 2
He dropped out of Yale & became a ballet dancer
    $200 7
This NBC series' youngest guest host was 7-year-old Drew Barrymore in 1982
    $200 12
An iced cocktail made with whiskey, a dash of soda, bitters, sweetening & bits of fruit
    $300 19
Tchaikovsky's "Hamlet" is a "tone" one of these
    $300 26
A hot dog can shoot the tube in this sport
    $300 25
Salsify, which is eaten as a vegetable, has another name which tells you it tastes like this mollusk
    $300 3
Zachary Taylor was a second cousin of this fourth president
    $300 8
Henry Winkler is an executive producer of this series that stars Richard Dean Anderson
    $300 13
Jews divide it into three sections called the law, the prophets & the writings
    $400 20
This city's controversial new opera house opened in '90 with a production of "The Trojans" by Berlioz
    $400 27
A twist,
a gainer
or a swan
    $400 29
Cumberland sauce, which is often served with game, contains a red jelly made from this fruit
    $400 4
He was the first son of a president to become a senator
    $400 9
When this show about show biz premiered in 1981, R. Chamberlain was the 1st celebrity interviewed
    $400 14
Though it was made of wood, the U.S.S. Constitution was called this
    $500 23
The George M. Cohan song that ends with "I'll be there, ere long"
    $500 28
The number of innings in a regulation Little League baseball game
    $500 30
This word, Italian for "cooked", describes a type of salami
    DD: $1,000 5
The first names of 2 of JFK's sisters
    $500 10
They were married on
"The Tonight Show" in 1969
    $500 15
For his love of formality & flamboyant dress, Winfield Scott's troops called him this

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

Archie Eric Barrie
$3,700 $1,100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Archie Eric Barrie
$3,900 $1,700 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
Bangladesh's coastline extends about 350 miles along this bay
    $200 2
Campaigning for president, Oct. 24, 1952 in Detroit, he said, "I shall go to Korea"
    $200 18
The group of expressionists known as Der Blaue Reiter, or The Blue Rider, formed in this country in 1911
    $200 26
Ferns reproduce by means of these microscopic cells
    $200 3
1857 Supreme Court case that nullified parts of the Missouri Compromise & the Compromise of 1850
    $200 1
In ancient China they came in different colors, & yellow ones were superior
    $400 14
An arm of the Mediterranean, this sea separates Italy from Yugoslavia
    $400 10
Jacob Riis' 1890 indictment of slum conditions was titled "How the Other Half" does this
    $400 22
Of Hedda Hopper,
Dennis Hopper or
Edward Hopper, the one who painted "Nighthawks"
    $400 27
The USSR is the top grower of these tall flowers grown for their edible seeds & oil
    $400 4
The Triangle Shirtwaist Co. fire in 1911 in this city led to demands for improved working conditions
    $400 8
This bird gathers up the ashes of its former self & carries them to the Egyptian altar of the sun
    $600 15
One of two South American countries that border on the Caribbean Sea
    $600 19
Gelett Burgess wrote of his famous poem about this colorful bovine, "I'll kill you if you quote it"
    $600 23
The tiny bits of glass & stone used to create this type of art are called tesserae
    $600 28
Diatoms are single-cell varieties of these water plants
    $600 5
It's said this 1925 trial caused William Jennings Bryan's death
    $600 9
Long before Bram Stoker, Alexandre Dumas wrote a play about this kind of creature
    $800 16
You'll find the cities of Florence & Pisa on the banks of this river
    $800 20
Henry Kissinger called this "the great aphrodisiac"
    $800 24
His 1910 painting "Violin and Pitcher" is an example of Analytic Cubism, which he & Picasso invented
    $800 29
The "L." attached to the scientific names of numerous plants refers to this Swedish botanist
    $800 6
March 27, 1964 is memorable in Alaskan history for this reason
    $800 11
It was once believed if one of these slips a magic cap on a mortal's head, the human could live undersea
    $1000 17
The French call this strait connecting the North Sea & the English Channel "Pas de Calais"
    $1000 21
Churchill said of Gen. Montgomery, "In defeat, unbeatable; in victory," this
    DD: $3,000 25
Livorno-born 20th-c. artist whose elongated figures reflected his interest in African sculpture
    DD: $1,000 30
First found as a vine on trees, this plant was given a Greek name meaning "lover of trees"
    $1000 7
The Patrons of Husbandry, founded in 1867, were popularly known as this
    $1000 12
Though this multi-headed monster could grow 2 new heads for each 1 cut off, Hercules slew it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Archie Eric Barrie
$8,900 $9,100 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 characters in this American classic were named for a king of Israel & the oldest son of Abraham

Final scores:

Archie Eric Barrie
$13,900 $300 $8,000
2-day champion: $24,500 3rd place: San Francisco Music Box Company grand piano music box + Nintendo Entertainment System with Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy! & Fisher Price preschool games + Wheel of Fortune for Game Boy 2nd place: trip on Delta to San Francisco & stay at Savoy Hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Archie Eric Barrie
$9,400 $7,100 $4,000
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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Game tape date: 1991-02-26
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