Show #1583 - Wednesday, June 19, 1991

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Jeff Burbank, an editor from Los Angeles, California

Susan Peppard, a consultant from Red Bank, New Jersey

Brad Colgate, a college health physician from Grove City, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,901)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
A Paulisto hails from Sao Paulo, Brazil & a PaceƱo is from this Bolivian city
    $100 23
In 1948 Robert Ricci created L'Air du Temps perfume for this company named for his mother
    $100 6
The oldest U.S. museum is the Charleston Museum, established in 1773 in this colony
    $100 11
He began his directing career when he co-directed & starred in "Heaven Can Wait" in 1978
    $100 21
This 9th planet's one moon has an orbit period of 6.4 days
    $100 16
Show me its plate & I'll show you it's the "Show-Me State"
    $200 2
One of the world's leading petroleum producers, this country helped find OPEC in 1960
    $200 24
The phrase "to sulk like Achilles in his tent" derives from Achilles sulking during this war
    $200 7
You can find the Mummers Museum in this U.S. city famous for its Mummers
    $200 12
When he won his "Cabaret" Oscar he became the 1st director to win an Oscar, a Tony & an Emmy
    $200 22
He developed his heliocentric theory of the universe while a canon at Torun, Poland
    $200 17
Its 1991 plate, not often seen on the mainland, feature a rainbow
    $300 3
In 1951 Buenos Aires hosted the 1st of these competitions modeled after the Olympics
    $300 28
These royal penguins hold the Guinness record for diving deeper than any other birds, 870'
    $300 8
Canada's National Gallery in this city contains the world's most extensive collection of Canadian art
    $300 13
Tim Burton based this sharp title character on a sketch he'd drawn in school
    $300 25
The name of these fuzzy-looking objects comes from a Greek word meaning "long hair"
    $300 18
A depiction of Mt. Rushmore adorns this state's license plate
    DD: $500 4
The Isthmus of Panama is featured on the coat of arms of this South American country
    $400 29
It was the official court language of Frederick the Great of Prussia
    $400 9
L.A.'s George C. Page Museum has over 1 million fossils taken from here
    $400 14
His jazz musician father has scored all his commercial films, starting with "She's Gotta Have It"
    $400 26
The largest of these telescopes is the one in Puerto Rico that has a 1,000-foot diameter dish
    $400 19
There are no cops on its plates, but there is a keystone
    $500 5
The 1st steamer to sail this Andean lake was carried there in pieces by mule & assembled on shore
    $500 30
In April 1990, this magazine of fine interior design published an Academy Awards edition of stars' homes
    $500 10
Marcel Breuer designed this New York museum founded by Gloria Vanderbilt's aunt
    $500 15
"Big" director whose "Awakenings" in 1990 marked her debut in drama
    $500 27
In 1801, Ceres became the 1st of these bodies to be discovered
    $500 20
You'll spot a lobster in the center of its plate

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

Brad Susan Jeff
$1,600 $300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Susan Jeff
$3,100 $1,100 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
In mammals, these consist of dentin, enamel & a pulp cavity
    $200 2
She wrote "The Pearl of Orr's Island" after "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
    $200 12
This German battleship was sunk by torpedoes from the cruiser Dorsetshire on May 27, 1941
    $200 1
In Mexico a submarino is made by submerging a glass of this in a beer
    $200 7
Much of the walled Intramuros section of this Philippine capital was destroyed in World War II
    $200 30
This street on which the British prime minister lives was named for a statesman who owned property there
    $400 22
These reproductive tubes are also known as oviducts
    $400 3
Sherwood Anderson, Theodore Dreiser & Ben Hecht were part of this Midwest's city's literary renaissance
    $400 13
Anwar Sadat expelled all of this country's military advisors from Egypt July 18, 1972
    $400 16
An America beer such as Anchor known for releasing a hissing sound when the keg is tapped
    $400 8
Its inhabitants call this kingdom Sverige
    $400 29
This execution device was named for a French doctor who advocated its use, not its inventor
    $600 23
Thermophilic microorganisms grow well if this is high
    $600 4
Of William Sydney, Katherine Anne or Eleanor H., the Porter who wrote Pollyanna
    DD: $2,000 14
In 1907 Mohandas Gandhi led resistance to an Asiatic registration bill in this country
    $600 17
Term meaning "water of life" that refers to any local spirits in Scandinavia
    $600 9
The largest glacier in this mountain range is the 66-square-mile Aletsch in Switzerland
    $600 26
From the name of an Italian doctor, this word means to coat iron or steel with zinc
    $800 24
This circular pigmented area surrounds the pupil of the eye
    $800 5
"Hills Like White Elephants" is one of the stories in his 1927 collection "Men Without Women"
    $800 15
Dr. Syngman Rhee was elected 1st president of this country on July 20, 1948
    $800 18
If you have some Madeira, my dear, you're drinking from an island of this country
    $800 10
The Corinth Canal has made this country's Peloponnesus Peninsula an island
    DD: $50 27
An expert on food & drink might be called one of these, after the name of a Greek philosopher
    $1000 25
These organisms are divided into gram positive & negative by how they react to gram stain
    $1000 6
This Black diva who played Aida retold the story of Aida for young readers in a 1990 book
    $1000 20
Gov. Fielding L. Wright of Mississippi was this man's running mate on the 1948 Dixiecrat ticket
    $1000 19
Formulated in Normandy in 1510, this liquor is named for the monks who invented it
    $1000 11
Shenyang & Harbin are the most populous cities of this region of Northeast China
    $1000 28
A man's top coat & an overstuffed sofa are both named for this English earl

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Susan Jeff
$13,150 $3,100 $6,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The two 20th century women who were "Second Lady" for 8 years before becoming "First"

Final scores:

Brad Susan Jeff
$12,450 $100 $0
3-day champion: $37,351 2nd place: trip on America West to Boston & stay at Guest Quarters Suite Hotel 3rd place: Gibson refrigerator & Nintendo Entertainment System with Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy! & Fisher Price preschool + Wheel of Fortune for Game Boy

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brad Susan Jeff
$12,400 $3,100 $6,200
28 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W
11 R,
1 W
17 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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Game tape date: 1991-03-13
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