Show #1548 - Wednesday, May 1, 1991

India Cooper game 1-A.
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India Cooper, an actor and copy editor originally from Denver, New York

Andy Aaron, an attorney from Great Neck, New York

Kay Kipling, a journalist from Bradenton, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
To make this cut meat into long strips & put them out into the sun to dry
    $100 8
In 1863 the Transcontinental Railroad started west from this largest Nebraska city
    $100 15
The Grimms said this heroine got her beautiful clothes from a little white bird, not a fairy godmother
    $100 21
To work dough by pressing, folding & stretching it
    $100 22
Marriott Corp. has announced plans to open 46 bars patterned on this sitcom
    $100 6
In a Spanish version of the game "Paseo Tablado" corresponds to this expensive property
    $200 2
A dexterous person does it to balls, a devious person to books
    $200 9
This city's minor league Bisons baseball team has been drawing more fans than some Major League clubs
    $200 17
He was so large & unattractive that the bird who hatched him wondered if he was a turkey
    $200 23
To moisten meat during cooking, especially with drippings or melted butter
    $200 27
Ernst & Young, Coopers & Lybrand, & Price Waterhouse are 3 of this professions Big Six
    $200 7
These 2 utilities are generally considered the worst investments on the board
    $300 3
The name of a playing card & a synonym for the kitty combine to form this word for the top prize
    $300 10
The largest earthquake ever recorded in the United States was centered 80 miles east of this Alaskan city
    $300 18
Hans Christian Andersen wrote about a pond where babies wait for these birds to take them to their parents
    $300 24
As a verb it means to cook or encrust fruits or vegetables like yams in a sugar syrup or glaze
    $300 28
In December 1989 a group of investors led by this former baseball commissioner bought Hawaiian Airlines
    DD: $500 11
2 of the 3 things that put a player in jail
    $400 4
Judo was developed from this Japanese method of unarmed combat
    $400 14
Windmill Island Park in this Michigan city recreates its Dutch heritage
    $400 19
The couldn't find their way home because some crummy birds ate their bread crumbs
    $400 25
To skewer or bind the wings & the legs of a fowl before cooking
    $400 29
This Dutch brew is the No. 1 imported beer in the United States
    $400 12
Piece of jewelry depicted on the Luxury Tax space
    $500 5
Jamestown, Virginia gave its name to this poisonous weed
    $500 16
Myrtle Beach is this state's largest seaside resort
    $500 20
This extremely small girl, born in a flower, saves the life of a kind-hearted sparrow
    $500 26
To lightly coat with flour, sugar or breadcrumbs in a pan or plastic bag
    $500 30
This company headquartered in Noda, Japan, is the world's largest producer of soy sauce
    $500 13
It's the only property named for a community near Atlantic City rather than a street

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Kay Andy India
$700 -$400 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kay Andy India
$1,400 $500 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Under the 1707 Act of Union the kingdoms of England & this country were united
    $200 4
She began her crusade against liquor in Medicine Lodge, Kansas in 1892
    $200 16
While teaching at Princeton this future president wrote a 5-volume history of the American people
    $200 26
Maples, oaks & grasses are pollinated by the action of this
    $200 21
French for "relaxation", it refers to the relaxation of Cold War tension between the U.S. & the USSR
    $200 1
Since 1988 this TV show hosted by John Walsh has helped capture over 137 criminal
    $400 12
In 1657 Parliament offered to make this lord protector, king but he refused
    $400 5
Anthropologist, who at age 72 became president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
    $400 17
In 1980, Tom Wolfe won an American Book Award for this saga of the Mercury astronauts
    $400 27
Native to the United States, southern cane is a variety of this giant grass
    $400 22
"Doppelpunkt", which is German for "double point", refers to this punctuation mark
    $400 2
They were killed in a police ambush in Louisiana in 1934; she was shot 23 times, he 25
    $600 13
All but 6 months of his reign was spent outside of England, mainly on the Third Crusade
    $600 7
This comedienne was pushing 50 when her Baby Snooks character premiered on radio in 1936
    $600 18
In a recent book this "Sophie's Choice" author told of the depression which almost cost him his life
    $600 28
This acid is the chemical constituent of genes in plants too
    $600 23
The Spanish "capa y espada" translates to this, meaning clandestine, or involving intrigue
    $600 3
Despite his many questionable dealings Al Capone was convicted only of this crime
    DD: $2,500 14
The marriage of King Henry VII of Lancaster to Elizabeth of York in 1486 helped end this series of wars
    DD: $1,300 8
This first lady was born on February 13, 1885 to David & Madge Wallace
    $800 19
The 1st chapter of his "Understanding Media" is titled "The Medium is Message"
    $800 29
Also called ling, this shrub was probably named after the moors it's found on
    $800 24
This word, Dutch for "whirlpool", can also refer to a violent situation
    $800 6
It's the only crime defined by the U.S. Constitution
    $1000 15
After the Hundred Years' War England's only possession in France was this city on the Strait of Dover
    $1000 9
In 1976 Cornelia Ender, an East German, became the 1st woman to win 4 Olympic gold medals in this sport
    $1000 20
Published in 1977 "American Hunger" is the sequel to his autobiographical "Black Boy"
    $1000 30
Complete flowers have both male stamens & these female appendages
    $1000 25
Descartes summed up his philosophy with this Latin phrase, "I think, therefore I am"
    $1000 10
His 1977 execution by firing squad was the 1st U.S. case of capital punishment in 10 years

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kay Andy India
$7,500 $3,500 $12,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Character who says, "The evil that men do lives after them"

Final scores:

Kay Andy India
$14,500 $2,801 $9,200
3-day champion: $36,000 3rd place: Gibson refrigerator + Nintendo Entertainment System with Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! + Fisher Price games & Wheel of Fortune for Game Boy 2nd place: trip on Delta to Savannah, Georgia & stay at Westin Resort

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kay Andy India
$5,800 $4,000 $11,700
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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Game tape date: 1991-02-19
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