Show #1568 - Wednesday, May 29, 1991

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Beth Elliott, a writer and computer specialist from Oakland, California

Marc Remling, a paralegal originally from Syracuse, New York

Michael Vaughn, a mortgage banker from Jersey City, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

1990s TV
    $100 1
As deputy marshal of Dodge City he was known for batting some of his enemies with his cane
    $100 16
Comic character whose 1st sandwich April 16, 1936 had tongue, onion, mustard, sardines & horseradish
    $100 3
The flat panels on the sides of the head, or the places some head to pray
    $100 14
In 1990, this William Conrad series said aloha to Hawaii & returned to Southern California
    $100 9
In "Das Kapital" he wrote that free enterprise would lead to depressions & revolution
    $100 8
Thomas Hardy said this "makes rattling good history, but peace is poor reading"
    $200 2
These Indians called themselves Dakota, "allies", but the French called them this, for "enemy"
    $200 17
The pocket bread that Middle Easterners stuff with all sorts of stuff
    $200 4
It's the joint that allows the foot to pivot up & down
    $200 15
It's Sharon Gless' occupation on "The Trials of Rosie O'Neill"
    $200 10
The government official who determines the value of your taxable valuables
    $200 12
This emperor reportedly described Talleyrand as "a silk stocking filled with mud"
    $300 19
The nugget James Marshall found at this locale on the American River was the size of a dime
    DD: $500 18
Popularized at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair it was named for a German seaport
    $300 5
The stomach is part of this canal
    $300 24
A 1989 John Candy film inspired this avuncular sitcom
    $300 11
This company, D&B for short, is the leading firm hired for corporate credit investigation
    $300 25
Ralph Waldo Emerson said this "is not so short that there is always time for courtesy"
    $400 20
A greenhorn in the old West, or the lowest rank of a Boy Scout
    $400 22
Grilled corned beef, Swiss cheese & sauerkraut on rye
    $400 6
This part of the eye is the site of the greatest concentration of pain receptive nerves
    $400 13
An authorized outlet that's a link in a business chain like a McDonald's or major league ball club
    $400 26
Ogden Nash wrote, "A dog is perpetually on the wrong side of" one of these
    $500 21
Term for an unbranded cow from a man who lost his cattle to rustlers by not branding them
    $500 23
This member of the mustard family is served on crustless bread to accompany a British tea
    $500 7
In osteoarthritis this tissue disintegrates & bones rub against one another
    $500 28
Insurance firms charging more to those living in high-risk areas are guilty of this colorful practice
    $500 27
Percy Bysshe Shelley called this European country "thou paradise of exile"

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

Michael Marc Beth
-$100 $300 $2,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Marc Beth
-$600 $600 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The B.F. Goodrich Co. coined this name for Whitcomb Judson's fly fasteners
    $200 6
To usher in this day the Spanish eat a grape for each stroke of the clock at midnight
    $200 26
It completes Sigmund Romberg's title "The Student"
    $200 13
This dynasty's name comes from one of its 1st castles, Habichtsburg, or Hawk's Castle, in Switzerland
    $200 15
This company introduced the Brownie camera in 1900, pricing it at $1
    $200 8
"How I Found Livingstone"
    $400 2
The national one is maintained by the Smithsonian Institution & located along Washington D.C.'s Rock Creek
    $400 7
The correct Spanish word for this is torero, not toreador
    $400 27
Ko-Ko, Poo-Bah, Yum-Yum & Peep-Bo are not just baby talk but characters in this operetta
    $400 14
In the 6th century B.C. the lawmaker Solon arranged this Greek city's citizens into 4 classes by income
    $400 16
Photographic image in which the light areas appear dark & vice versa
    $400 9
“The Choir Boys"
    $600 3
From 1810-1812 it was Ohio's capital
    $600 22
Tapas bars specialize in serving this course of food
    $600 28
Offenbach wrote one of the first operettas about this character's adventures in the underworld
    $600 17
Protestant Dutch ruler invited by political leaders in 1688 to take the English throne
    $600 23
One early form of this was magnesium powder poured in a trough & fired by a percussion cap
    $600 10
"Murder in the Supreme Court"
    $800 4
He started in the penny arcade business in 1903, some 13 years later, he took charge of Paramount Pictures
    DD: $1,000 20
Spain's oldest surviving epic poem is about the exploits of this hero who died in 1099
    DD: $2,000 29
Naughty Marietta is wooed at her window by Captain Dick singing this song:
    $800 18
Charlemagne spent Christmas Day 800 in this city
    $800 24
It describes photos taken with too much light, or someone whose photos are seen too much in the press
    $800 11
    $1000 5
The Tower of Babel may have been one of these temple towers
    $1000 21
This wild coast in Spain's northeast is one of Europe's most popular resort areas
    $1000 30
This title heroine helped her lover escape by singing the "Indian Love Call"
    $1000 19
In 911, Charles III of France gave Rollo the Viking this duchy
    $1000 25
Aptly, this Sierra Club's director's 1st portfolio was 1927's "Parmelian Prints of the High Sierras"
    $1000 12

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Marc Beth
$5,000 $4,400 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He served as president during the 49th, 50th, 53rd & 54th Congresses

Final scores:

Michael Marc Beth
$9,500 $2,300 $10,100
2nd place 3rd place New champion: $10,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Marc Beth
$5,000 $4,000 $7,000
15 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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Game tape date: 1991-02-26
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