Show #1572 - Tuesday, June 4, 1991

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David Pigott, a research assistant originally from Mission Viejo, California

Bill Blose, a clergyman originally from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Alec Wittek, a physician originally from Brooklyn, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $34,898)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
Throughout the century the only Muslim-ruled region in this country was Granada
    $100 11
Billy Kramer,
Joanna Kramer,
Ted Kramer
    $100 6
A piece of regal headgear or the body part on which it sits
    $100 1
A flamingo does this with its bill upside down in the water; it's tongue acts like a piston
    $100 16
For the women they are uneven; for men, even
    $100 17
Idris became the 1st king of Libya in 1951 & reigned until overthrown in 1969 by this man
    $200 27
In the 1380s John Wycliffe sponsored the 1st translation of this to English
    $200 12
Frau Blucher,
Dr. Frederick Frankenstein
    $200 7
This adjective means sticky, cold & damp; sounds likes it belongs to a bivalve
    $200 2
The harbor & elephant types of these sea animals have small ear openings but no external ears
    $200 18
At the 1976 Olympics she became the 1st gymnast to receive a perfect score
    $200 22
Trygve, Dag, Thant, Kurt & Javier have all held this top job
    DD: $1,200 28
From 1309 to 1377 the popes & cardinals were primarily of this nationality, not Italian
    $300 13
Mother Abbess,
Captain Von Trapp,
    $300 8
This type of warfare is conducted by naval, air & land forces, not by toad as its name implies
    $300 3
Rattlesnakes belong to this snake group characterized by pits in front of each eye
    $300 19
Women gymnasts leap its width, male gymnasts its length
    $300 23
Bob Fitzsimmons, inventor of the solar plexus punch, used it to defeat this "Gentleman" in 1897
    $400 29
This Chinese dynasty began in 1368 when Hongwu became emperor & ended some 300 years later
    $400 14
Dr. Zira
    $400 9
Sometimes this verb refers to propelling a canoe & sometimes it means spanking
    $400 4
Chinchillas are native to this continent where they almost became extinct until protected by law
    $400 20
Women perform this event to music, men don't
    $400 24
It's what Alan Alexander Milne did for a living
    $500 30
Around 1350 Giovanni Boccaccio wrote this collection of stories, told over a period of 10 days
    $500 15
Max Von Mayerling,
Joe Gillis,
Norma Desmond
    $500 10
This noun can mean a litigant, a petitioner or a man who is courting a woman
    $500 5
The Korat, a short-haired one of these pets, originated in Thailand where it's believed to bring good luck
    $500 21
The iron cross is performed on this apparatus
    $500 25
An archipelago off New Guinea & a city in North Dakota are named after this Otto

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

Alec Bill Dave
$1,600 $400 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alec Bill Dave
$4,700 $1,400 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This issues FDR & Churchill discussed in this Moroccan city in 1943 amounted to more than a hill of beans
    $200 11
At 66, this Tarzan creator was the oldest correspondent in the South Pacific during WWII
    $200 16
John Singleton Copley is known for his portraits of Nathaniel Hurd & this other Boston silversmith
    $200 6
The cotton gin separates these out of the fibers
    $200 21
A monument in Utah's Pioneer State Park marks where in 1847 he said "This is the place"
    $200 30
In 1985 Dick & Jan Molen became the 1st people to run a marathon atop this Chinese landmark
    $400 2
Some believe the Black Stone in the wall of this city's Kaaba was given to Adam on his fall from paradise
    $400 12
His "Walden" is subtitled, "Or Life in the Woods"
    $400 17
Picasso's "The Frugal Repast" is from this period, which is odd since there's not a lot of food that color
    $400 7
Term the path one body follows around a larger body, like the Moon around the Earth
    $400 22
This state's Niagara Reservation, established in 1885, is the USA's oldest state park
    $400 29
Anson Jones was the last president of this republic; he resigned in 1846 after the U.S. annexed it
    $600 3
This Italian city is known for its chocolates & vermouth as well as its Shroud
    $600 13
This author spent the last 13 years of his life, from 1846-1859, at Sunnyside, his home in Tarrytown, NY
    $600 18
This famous pair of 19th century printmakers is mentioned in the song "Sleigh Ride"
    $600 8
A chemical reaction that absorbs this is endothermic; that gives it off, exothermic
    $600 23
A plantation house where this ornithologist taught & worked in 1821 is preserved in a Louisiana park
    $600 27
In 1958 jeweler Harry Winston donated this $1.5 million diamond to the Smithsonian
    $800 4
A gent from Ghent is from this country
    $800 14
Her 1930 novel "Cimarron" told the story of the 1889 land rush in Oklahoma
    $800 19
Considering this a minor genre, the Royal Academy didn't make Jon Constable a full member until he was 53
    $800 9
A galvanometer can tell you which way this is flowing
    DD: $2,000 24
Ohio's Kelleys Island State Park, in this Great Lake, is famous for its glacial grooves
    $800 26
German meteorologist Alfred Wegener was the 1st to catch their drift when he saw the jigsaw pattern
    DD: $2,000 5
When visiting this German city on the Neckar River see the Solitude Palace & don't forget the ballet
    $1000 15
A distant cousin of Amy Lowell, he won the 1947 Pulitzer Prize for "Lord Weary's Castle"
    $1000 20
Robert Clark known for his Love series uses this name of his home state in the Midwest as his last name
    $1000 10
He discovered that when you breed a tall pea plant with a dwarf pea plant that you always get a tall one
    $1000 25
This state's Cumberland Falls State Park has the only falls that create a rainbow by moonlight
    $1000 28
Edward Derwinski is the 1st & thus far only secretary of this newest Cabinet department

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alec Bill Dave
$5,100 $7,600 $2,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

By its calendar this country became independent on the 5th day of Iyar, 5708

Final scores:

Alec Bill Dave
$10,198 $10,201 $0
2nd place New champion: $10,201 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Alec Bill Dave
$6,200 $7,600 $4,200
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W
13 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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Game tape date: 1991-03-11
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