Show #1567 - Tuesday, May 28, 1991

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Mary Anne Lyons, a nautical bookseller from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Michael Vaughn, a mortgage banker from Jersey City, New Jersey

Archie Parker, a data management specialist from Merchantville, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
After 16 years in office, Pierre Trudeau resigned as this country's prime minister in 1984
    $100 7
Former TV Academy president Diana Muldaur plays attorney Rosalind Shays on this series
    $100 21
This state's championship chariot races are held each March in Pocatello
    $100 26
The seed-containing fruit of the dandelion is designed so it can be dispersed by this
    $100 1
This flowery Anglo-Saxon name literally means "the day's eye"
    $100 14
Coffee-flavored rum liqueur from Jamaica whose name translates, "Aunt Mary"
    $200 8
Every bank in America had to close the day after he took office as president
    $200 11
Harvey Fierstein provided the voice of Homer's sec'y in a 1990 episode of this comedy series
    $200 22
Frog jumping & fence painting are highlights of an annual festival, held in this Missouri city
    $200 27
The 3 substances in cell walls that make up the woody tissue of trees are pentosan, lignin & this
    $200 2
8 English kings had this name which means "ruler of the home"
    $200 15
Classic cocktail of rum, lime juice & sugar, served shaken or "frozen"
    $300 9
On Halloween night 1961 the body of this Georgian was removed from display in Lenin's tomb
    $300 13
Her sister Debbie Allen played her aerobics instructor on "The Cosby Show"
    $300 23
A pageant in Lincoln, New Mexico is named for this 19th century outlaw
    DD: $800 28
Humans typically have a set of 46 in most of their cells
    $300 3
After "wrestling with the Lord", Jacob was given this new name
    $300 18
Cholesterol counters might prefer making this warm Trader Vic specialty "margarined"
    $400 10
In 1936 Mussolini first used this word to describe the Rome-Berlin alliance
    $400 16
This publishing heiress had a cameo role as a mom in John Waters' 1990 film "Cry-Baby"
    $400 24
Alaska's annual world-classic Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race runs from Anchorage to this city
    $400 29
Specialty that is concerned with bacteria, molds, yeasts & viruses among others
    $400 4
Name of the pope who succeeded St. Peter, its also the name of a blanket-toting "Peanuts" character
    $400 19
Watered-down rum, from the nickname of Admiral Vernon, who ordered it served to his sailors
    $500 12
The U.S. had a mutual security pact with this island nation until 1978, when we no longer recognized it
    $500 17
"I Love You to Death" featured this actor's 3rd wife Joan Plowright, as T. Ullman's Yugoslavian mom
    $500 25
1 of the annual events in this state is the Walking Horse Celebration in Shelbyville
    $500 30
One theory holds they developed from overlapping fringed extentions on the ends of reptiles' scales
    $500 5
Elvis Presley was given this middle name, but it was spelled with only one "A" on the birth certificate
    $500 20
For a Cuba Libre, you could overthrow Castro, or serve rum with this soft drink

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

Archie Michael Mary Anne
$2,600 $0 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Archie Michael Mary Anne
$3,400 $800 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
John Fletcher of Beaumont & Fletcher was 1 of thousands killed by this dread epidemic in the 1600s
    $200 1
This river's Parker Dam created Lake Havasu
    $200 6
In 1975 this news magazine began giving articles bylines; Time followed suit 5 years later
    $200 20
The name of this nautical unit of depth comes from faedn, Danish for "outstretched arms"
    $200 13
It was formerly known as the Agricultural & Mechanical College of Texas
    $200 26
The libido is seated in this part of the psyche that's found in the word "libido"
    $400 9
Peter Weiss wrote the play known as "Marat/Sade" in this, his native language
    $400 2
It's Europe's longest river but not the longest in the Soviet Union
    $400 7
Chevy Chase has starred in 3 of this humor magazine's comedy films
    $400 21
The centigrade temperature scale was officially renamed this in 1948
    $400 14
Members of this "friend"ly religion founded Swarthmore College; now it's nonsectarian
    $400 27
William James said this was continuously flowing, a stream
    DD: $1,200 18
1 of the 2 plays for which Thornton Wilder won a Pulitzer Prize
    DD: $1,400 3
When this river flooded in 1928, the storerooms of the Tate Gallery were inundated
    $600 10
In 1922 Nat Fleischer founded this sports magazine that's still making the "rounds" today
    $600 22
A long hundredweight is actually 112 of these
    $600 15
Founded in 1575, the State University of Leiden is the oldest university in this country
    $600 28
Term for an unconscious restraining of an impulse; drunks tend to lose theirs
    $800 19
"Picnic" author who was on the teaching staff of USC's drama dept. when he died in 1973
    $800 4
South Africa's longest, this "colorful" river rises in Lesotho & borders Namibia
    $800 11
This business publication is known as "the magazine for growing companies"
    $800 23
1 square miles equals 640 of these
    $800 16
New England College is in this New England state; you'll find it in Henniker, near Manchester
    $800 29
E Thorndike found that an animal learned its way through a maze better if this was involved
    $1000 25
Some say he wrote "An Enemy of the People" in response to the negative criticism of his play "Ghosts"
    $1000 5
One of the largest nuclear materials plants in the U.S. is named for this river on the S.C.-GA border
    $1000 12
In the name of a magazine this publisher's name precedes "Traveler"
    $1000 24
This 16 1/2-foot length is also called a perch or pole
    $1000 17
This country's only university is the University of the South Pacific in Suva
    $1000 30
Freeman, Newman & Holzinger studied them to determine what's hereditary & what's environmental

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Archie Michael Mary Anne
$7,600 $8,800 $2,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of 2 authors to have 3 books among the Top 10 Fiction Best Sellers of the 1980s

Final scores:

Archie Michael Mary Anne
$15,200 $15,201 $2,000
2nd place: Summer Wildflowers lithograph by Adolf Sehring & Amisco love seat + arm chair + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version New champion: $15,201 3rd place: General Marble vanity flair collection + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Archie Michael Mary Anne
$7,600 $7,400 $1,500
22 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 1991-02-26
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