Show #1569 - Thursday, May 30, 1991

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Angela Tangredi, a physician from New York City, New York

Fred Ketteman, a purser from San Francisco, California

Beth Elliott, a writer and computer specialist from Oakland, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You must spell the important word in the response.)
    $100 1
This noted astronomer's lists of works include "Comet", "Contact" & "Cosmos"
    $100 3
At 80, she won an Oscar for "Driving Miss Daisy", making her the oldest Best Actress winner ever
    $100 22
Washington Irving said it was the "renowned & ancient city of Gotham
    $100 9
3 days after the Korean War began this capital fell to invaders
    $100 16
You might have 32 of these in your mouth but a music box can have several hundred
    $100 21
If you can spell this "Road House" star's last name he might take you "Dirty Dancing"
    $200 2
This Mark Twain novel starts a few days before the death of Henry VIII
    DD: $500 4
Heard here, he won a 1984 Oscar for writing the following song:

"I just called to say I love you..."
    $200 27
William Cooper Brand wrote this city "runs to brains as well as to bread and baked beans"
    $200 10
He was born July 12, 100 B.C. but it wasn't called July yet
    $200 17
The cosmetic kind is made to be rinsed or peeled off, unlike the gas or Halloween kind
    $200 23
Formerly Allie on "Kate & Allie", she is no plain Jane
    $300 6
H.H. Munro got his pen name, Sake, from this Persian collection of quatrains
    $300 5
After winning for this film Sissy Spacek thanked Loretta Lynn
    $300 28
Carl Sandburg called it "Stormy, husky, brawling, City of the Big Shoulders"
    $300 11
In 1651, the Dutch East India Co. sent Jan van Riebeeck to establish a settlement on this cape
    $300 18
This university's alumni association offers a Visa card that sports a color photograph of Tommy Trojan
    $300 24
The last name of the Congresswoman who was Walter Mondale's running mate in 1984
    $400 7
Nathan Zuckerman appears in the 6th of his novels starting with "My Life as a Man" through "The Counterlife"
    $400 14
His role as a troubled ex-colonel in "Separate Tables" earned him the 1958 Best Actor Oscar
    $400 29
"They got some crazy little women there and I'm gonna get me one"
    $400 12
Louis-Philippe replaced this family's white flag with the tricolour as the emblem of France
    $400 19
The National Honey Board honored David Letterman, Johnny Carson & Willard Scott with busts made out of this
    $400 25
"Golden Girl" Rue
    $500 8
This Belgian-born French novelist wrote over 200 novels, many about Inspector Maigret
    $500 15
The son of a British Poet Laureate, he won a Best Actor Oscar for his role in "My Left Foot"
    $500 30
"North Beach to Tenderloin, over Russian Hill, The grades are something giddy, and the curves are fit to kill!"
    $500 13
In 1780 Prussia was ruled by this "Great" man, Russia by this "Great" woman
    $500 20
Umberto Nobile flew over the North Pole in a dirigible 3 days after he flew over it in a plane
    $500 26
The surname of evangelists Jim & Tammy Faye

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

Beth Fred Angela
$800 $2,400 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Fred Angela
$3,000 $3,000 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
The title of a 1982 book said "Real Men Don't Eat" this pastry shell filled with custard
    $200 26
The cyanide process is used to extract this precious metal from its ore
    $200 12
When Stephen Douglas called him two-faced he said, "If I had another do you think I would wear this one?"
    $200 7
George Bass proved this was an island & the strait separating it from the mainland was named for him
    $200 3
Lap cheong, chorizo & knackwurst are 3 types of these
    $200 1
This country's philharmonic orchestra was formed in 1936 as the Palestine Symphony
    $400 20
It can be a pointed post, a worker on strike or a sentinel
    $400 27
Chemistry books warn you not to add this common substance to sulfuric acid; it may cause it to blow up
    $400 14
After Medicare was passed this retired Missourian was issue Medicare care No. 1
    $400 8
In 1966 Australia went from the British system of pounds, shillings & pence to this
    $400 4
Porter is a dark, strongly-flavored type of this potent potable
    $400 2
Eugene Ormandy conducted this city's orchestra for a record 42 years
    $600 21
To consult with someone or to bestow an honor
    $600 28
These 2 things are standard at STP conditions
    $600 15
As vice president he was spared April 14, 1865 when his would-be assassin had a change of heart
    $600 9
Construction of this city began in 1913 & 14 years later Parliament moved there
    $600 13
The French call this hot cake, ice cream & meringue dessert "Omelette norvegienne"
    DD: $2,400 5
Edvard Grieg co-founded this capital city's philharmonic orchestra in 1871
    $800 22
The East, or cause to face toward the east
    $800 29
The quick type of this substance is slaked by adding water to it
    $800 16
His last words were "Edith, I'm a broken machine, but I'm ready"
    $800 10
The country began a year-long celebration of this on Jan. 26, 1988
    DD: $2,000 24
Most crustaceans eaten in the U.S. are these
    $800 6
In 1977 the "Star Wars Theme" as performed by John Williams & this British orchestra became a pop hit
    $1000 23
Now a tyrant or dictator, it was once an honorary title applied to the Byzantine emperor
    $1000 30
Used for purification, this is the process of boiling a liquid & condensing the vapor
    $1000 17
Since he & his wife were mourning their son they cancelled the inaugural ball when he took office in 1853
    $1000 11
In 1942 the Japanese bombed this capital of the Northern Territory named for a naturalist
    $1000 25
Pinar is an Italian aperitif flavored with this thistle-like vegetable
    $1000 19
The Boston Symphony's Berkshire Music Center was established in 1940 on this Lenox, Massachusetts estate

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Fred Angela
$11,000 $11,400 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

More than 100 years after his death, he was reburied with honors at the U.S. Naval Academy in 1913

Final scores:

Beth Fred Angela
$17,000 $22,500 $4,800
2nd place New champion: $22,500 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Beth Fred Angela
$11,000 $8,400 $4,500
23 R,
0 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,900

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Game tape date: 1991-02-26
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