Show #1838 - Wednesday, September 9, 1992


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Anne Ellis, a managing editor originally from Madison, New Jersey

Ginger Jensen, a financial planner originally from Scottsdale, Arizona

Matt Fels, an advertising executive from Fort Worth, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In 1925 Goodyear pioneered the use of this nonflammable gas in airships
    $100 26
Good news for Peru: the rate of this in 1991 was only 139.2%, down from 7,650% in 1990
    $100 11
Step on a line, you'll break your father's spine; step on a crack & you'll do this
    $100 16
This largest French port handles more freight than any other port city on the Mediterranean
    $100 21
Like raisins, currants & sultanas are dried forms of this fruit
    $100 4
A G-note is slang for this amount of money
    $200 2
This pipeline opened in 1977 at an estimated cost of $7.7 billion
    $200 27
Though ineligible for election, he got 41 write-in votes for Baseball's Hall of Fame
    $200 12
1 this veggie,
2 this veggie,
3 this veggie. 4,
5 this veggie,
6 this veggie,
7 this veggie, more
    $200 17
The name of this capital of Bavaria is from a word which means "home of the monks"
    $200 22
Having large leaves, the Savoy variety of this vegetable is exceptional for stuffing
    $200 5
Item in common to a stripper & the guitarist in her band
    $300 3
When completed, this highway system will run from the U.S. to Chile
    $300 28
The toe of this Michelangelo statue was damaged by a hammer-wielding vandal in September 1991
    $300 13
"Tom & Jane"
sitting in a tree
1st comes love, then comes marriage, then comes" this
    $300 18
This city on Lake Ontario is home to Pearson International Airport, Canada's busiest
    $300 23
This legume is the No. 1 source of vegetable protein in the Japanese diet
    $300 6
The logo of this Cheerios maker is a big letter G
    $400 9
Providing a shortcut around Jutland, Germany's Kiel Canal connects the North Sea & this sea
    $400 29
In Jan. 1992 this Central American country's government & FMLN rebels signed a peace treaty
    $400 14
Another stanza of this rhyme begins, "This is the way we wash our clothes"
    $400 19
This city contains about 70% of the population of Australia's state of Victoria
    $400 24
Named for the capital of Veracruz, this hot chili pepper is a popular ingredient in Mexican cooking
    $400 7
Of the U.S. presidents, the one whose middle name is usually shown as G.
    $500 10
Ever since a 1562 law against extravagance, Venetian gondolas have been painted this color
    $500 30
In March 1992, this largest maker of silicone breast implants announced it was ending production
    $500 15
First line of the rhyme that includes the lines "11, 12, dig and delve; 13, 14,
Maids a-courting"
    $500 20
Proposed by Pizarro, this city's Great Cathedral was rebuilt after a 1746 earthquake
    DD: $800 25
This cranberry-like fruit is popularly used in Swedish pancake sauces, jellies & jams
    $500 8
This fusion saxophonist's real last name is Gorelick

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Matt Ginger Anne
$1,700 $0 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Ginger Anne
$4,000 $1,500 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
In vertebrates the frontal bone covers the front of this organ
    $200 3
On April 18, 1521 he told the Diet of Worms, "Here I stand; I can do no other. God help me. Amen."
    $200 23
When shopping in India, you should know that 100 paise equal one of these
    $200 16
This city's Eastman School of Music has one of the nation's largest college music libraries
    $200 11
After looking for another explorer, he traced the course of the Congo River
    $200 1
George Aiken's dramatization of this Stowe novel was one of the most popular U.S. plays of the 1850s
    $400 22
In mammals the 2 oviducts, which carry eggs from the ovaries to the uterus, are also called these
    $400 4
Muhammad Ali Jinnah, founder of this country, became its first governor-general in 1947
    $400 27
A popular tourist attraction in this Taj Mahal city is the 16th century fort built by Akbar
    $400 17
Oglethorpe University is a private coed institution in this state capital
    $400 12
Designers for this Portuguese prince came up with the caravel, the standard ship of 15th & 16th c explorers
    $400 2
"Mme de Beaumont's "Belle et la bete" is known as this in English
    $600 24
Zymase, an enzyme in yeast, converts sugar into alcohol during this process
    $600 5
During his reign from 1740-1786, Frederick the Great nearly doubled the size of this country
    $600 18
This university in Los Angeles supports a marine science center on Catalina Island
    $600 13
In 1519 this explorer was beheaded by a rival in Acla on the isthmus of Panama
    DD: $2,000 6
In this Dickens work, embittered Miss Havisham teaches Estella how to break men's hearts
    $800 25
Venation, used to identify insects, is the arrangement of veins in these parts of their bodies
    $800 9
In 1685, declaring France entirely Catholic, Louis XIV revoked this edict
    $800 19
In 1718 Conn.'s Collegiate School was renamed this after a British trader whose donated books raised £562
    $800 14
When he reached Newfoundland in 1497, this Italian-born explorer thought he was in Asia
    $800 7
Cathy Ames abandons Adam Trask & their twin sons in this Steinbeck work
    $1000 26
Some protozoa, such as the euglena, move about by means of these hairlike structures similar to cilia
    DD: $2,000 10
In 1919 veterans of this rebellion formed the Irish Republican Army
    $1000 20
A coed college in Rindge, N.H. is named for this New Hampshire-born U.S. president
    $1000 15
When he claimed what is now California for England, he was on a secret mission for Elizabeth I
    $1000 8
It's Longfellow's poem subtitled "A Tale of Acadie"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Ginger Anne
$9,200 $2,300 $10,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On her death, Will Rogers said her "consideration of others will live as a mark for any woman to shoot at"

Final scores:

Matt Ginger Anne
$0 $100 $1,599
3rd place: serigraph Paradise Found by Ken Auster from Marco Fine Arts Gallery + Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy!, Wheel of Fortune featuring Vanna White, & InfoGenius for Game Boy 2nd place: trip on Delta to Nassau, Bahamas & stay at Paradise Island Resort & Casino New champion: $1,599

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matt Ginger Anne
$8,900 $2,300 $7,600
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
8 R,
0 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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Game tape date: 1992-07-20
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