Show #1584 - Thursday, June 20, 1991

Mark Born game 1.
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Mark Born, an investment analyst from Los Angeles, California

Margaret Hartman, a college professor from Pasadena, California

Brad Colgate, a college health physician from Grove City, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $37,351)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
Used for coins, cupronickel is an alloy of this & nickel
    $100 1
"There was love all around but I never heard it singing, no, I never heard it at all, 'til" this
    $100 26
This company is testing new waters with the Golden Arch Cafe in Hartsville, Tennessee
    $100 6
In Judges he said "If I be shaven, then my strength will go from me"
    $100 16
This fruit, also called the alligator pear, can ripen more quickly in a paper bag
    $100 21
On his second trip to America he mapped out the New England coast
    $200 12
Burning methane, CH4, in oxygen, O2, produces water, H2O, & this, CO2
    $200 2
A song from "Guys and Dolls" asks this to "be a lady tonight"
    $200 27
When trading occurs in this company, whose stock symbol is MMM, brokers say "Post-it"
    $200 7
In the book of Numbers it was given the power of speech in order to rebuke its owner, Balaam
    $200 17
Horticulturist who also introduced plums from Japan to California & developed the Santa Rosa plum
    $200 22
Through radio fields she sold more war bonds than any other entertainer during WWII
    $300 13
When these 2 colors mix as light they produce magenta; as paint they make violet
    $300 3
This "is over, it's time to call it a day, they've burst your pretty balloon & taken the moon away"
    $300 28
This Canadian whiskey & wine cooler company also owns Tropicana
    $300 8
"And the Lord spake unto the fish and it vomited out" him "upon the dry land"
    $300 18
The Anjou, Bosc & Comice varieties of this fruit originated in France
    $300 23
Though he publicly acknowledged only his 1st wife, it's believed he had as many as 50
    $400 14
Planet whose length of a year is closest to ours
    $400 4
A song from "Kismet" urges, "Take my hand I'm a stranger in" this place
    $400 29
In 1974 this company shortened its name to NCR
    DD: $500 9
2 of the 4 creatures God sent as plagues upon the Egyptians
    $400 19
This type of apple used as a garnish grows to an average of about an inch in diameter
    $400 24
On public TV's "Money World" host George J.W. Goodman uses this pseudonym
    $500 15
Inventing this weather device in 1643, Torricelli also created the 1st vacuum known to science
    $500 5
Completes the line "Pardon me miss, but I've never done this with a"
    $500 30
In the United States a subsidiary of Kodak makes Bayer aspirin, while Bayer produces this brand of film
    $500 10
This king of Israel had 700 wives & 300 concubines
    $500 20
They're called Mandarin oranges from their origin in China, or this from the port that shipped them
    $500 25
Among jazz singers she reigned as the "Empress of the Blues"

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

Brad Margaret Mark
$900 $2,600 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Margaret Mark
$2,000 $3,900 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Residents of this European city are called M√ľnchners
    $200 6
After an 18-month court battle this SSt landed at New York's JFK Airport the first time in October
    $200 16
The oldest one of these in the U.S. is Savannah, Georgia's Bethesda Home for Boys which was built in 1740
    $200 30
A bicorne was a cocked one of these which some men wore during the 18th & 19th centuries
    $200 9
In "1984" George Orwell modeled his fictional Big Brother after this Soviet dictator
    $200 29
One thing she definitely did was make colors for the Pennsylvania navy in May 1777
    $400 2
At 601,928 sq. miles Amazonas is this country's largest state
    $400 7
This city got its first mayor since 1871 when Jacques Chirac was elected to the reestablished post
    $400 17
The largest ape native to Asia
    $400 24
Fashion designer Paul Poiret introduced the hobble style of these around 1910
    $400 10
Danny, Pablo & Big Joe Portagee are characters in his novel "Tortilla Flat"
    $400 26
The stars & stripes first flew on a U.S. Navy ship as the Ranger left the Portsmouth shipyard under his command
    $600 3
After a nearly 4,000-mile-long journey this river empties into the East China Sea near Shanghai
    $600 8
This Li'l Abner artist put down his pen and retired in November
    $600 18
"No other play has moved me so deeply" said Alexander Woollcott of this Thornton Wilder play
    $600 21
French woman who retired in the 1930s but came back in 1954 & reintroduced her classic simple suits
    $600 11
C.S. Forester won international acclaim for his series of 12 novels about this British navy officer
    $600 25
By custom the flag flies round the clock at the sites of his birth & burial in Maryland
    DD: $2,000 4
The name of this volcano is said to be derived from an Ainu word for fire
    $800 14
A faulty fuel pump put her out of the Indianapolis 500 after just 27 laps
    $800 19
The Dhofar region of this Middle Eastern sultanate is known for its frankincense trees
    $800 22
King's Road in Chelsea & this street in Soho were centers of London fashion during the swinging '60s
    DD: $1,500 12
The opera "La traviata" is based on the story of this French courtesan
    $800 27
The U.S. flag in use from 1795 until 1818 had this many stripes
    $1000 5
Aqaba is this Middle Eastern country's only seaport
    $1000 15
This Georgian, Jimmy Carter's 1st choice to head the Office of Management and Budget, was confirmed in January but resigned in September
    $1000 20
In 8 A.D. this Roman poet was exiled, perhaps because of the amoral flippancy of his "Art of Love"
    $1000 23
This Spanish couturier popularized the chemise style of dress in the 1950s
    $1000 13
In this Kafka work Gregor Samsa turns into a giant insect
    $1000 28
Used until 1777, America's 1st national flag had this, not stars, in the canton

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Margaret Mark
$5,200 $7,700 $7,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Since 1899 this museum of decorative arts has borne the names of two first cousins

Final scores:

Brad Margaret Mark
$2,699 $100 $14,999
2nd place: Ricoh Mirai camera & Sanyo 20" TV + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version 3rd place: Service Merchandise gift certificate + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version New champion: $14,999

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brad Margaret Mark
$7,200 $7,600 $6,800
22 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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Game tape date: 1991-03-13
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