Show #1573 - Wednesday, June 5, 1991

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Tobe Benz, a business executive from Germantown, Maryland

Tom Aldrich, a lawyer from Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Bill Blose, a clergyman originally from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

____ THE ____
    $100 1
Born Maria Kalogeropoulos, this temperamental star soprano died of a heart attack in 1977
    $100 6
"Call Her Miss Ross" is an unauthorized biography of this woman
    $100 14
Recipes for souffles often tell you to beat these until stuff but not dry
    $100 24
In mid-August 1977, a Soviet nuclear-powered ship became the 1st surface ship to reach this point
    $100 11
In horse racing it can be fast, heavy or sloppy
    $100 19
It's where you don't want to be without a paddle
    $200 2
Yehudi Menuhin is a virtuoso on this instrument
    $200 7
Roxanne Pulitzer's 1st book wasn't called "The Pulitzer Prize" but this
    $200 15
Mix ginger, coriander, cardamom, cayenne & turmeric for a simple version of this powder
    $200 25
Of Front St., Back St. or Side St., the major shopping street in Bermuda
    $200 12
The Run for the Roses
    $200 20
Remarks made to a reporter prefaced by this phrase can't be printed
    $300 3
Most beautiful baby of 1932, in Brooklyn, this opera diva is nicknamed "Bubbles"
    $300 8
Part 7 of his autobiography is titled "On the Road Again"
    $300 16
An entree served a la Florentine contains this vegetable, but Florentine cookies don't
    $300 26
It's the official language of Antigua & Barbuda
    $300 13
In 1977, at the age of 17, he became the 1st jockey to win more than $6 million in one year
    $300 21
Shake hands with the voters while campaigning
    $400 4
In 1989, 11 years after retiring, & 30 years after winning the Tchaikovsky Competition, he made a comeback
    $400 9
"Growing Up Happy" is an advice book by this kid's show star known for jangling his keys
    $400 17
The liquid left after cooking meat, greens or other vegetables is known as this kind of liquor
    $400 27
Many houses in this Icelandic capital are made of concrete to withstand earthquakes
    $400 29
He became the only jockey to ride two Triple Crown winners, on Whirlaway in 1941 & Citation in 1948
    DD: $800 22
Title of the following, one of the biggest hits of the big band era:
    $500 5
2 of 3 tenors whose "In Concert" album hit an unprecedented No. 1 on Britain's pop chart in 1990
    $500 10
Madonna said of this comedienne's "Confessions of a Pretty Lady", "This book saved my life"
    $500 18
All you need to make a basic fondant is sugar, water & cream of this
    $500 28
This Italian city is of Etruscan origin & its name may have come from the Etruscan god Manto
    $500 30
The English org. formed around 1750 that wrote the complete rules for horse racing
    $500 23
Make a solemn promise not to drink alcoholic beverages or steal furniture polish

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

Bill Tom Tobe
$400 $1,500 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Tom Tobe
$2,600 $2,100 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
The Book of the American West says most of these pack animals seem to come from Missouri
    $200 8
In 1973 this Hashemite kingdom finally gave women the right to vote
    $200 7
In Norse mythology Fenrir is a huge one these lupine animals
    $200 14
Born in what's now Trenton, this explorer never reached the top of the Colorado peak that bears his name
    $200 1
Thomas Walter designed an iron dome to replace this D.C. building's original one
    $200 6
Alan Alda personified this title bird captured by a pussycat in the 1964 Broadway hit
    $400 12
The Sharps rifles preacher Henry Ward Beecher sent to Kansas settlers were nicknamed this
    $400 19
The Gulf of Oman is connected with the Persian Gulf by this strategic strait
    $400 23
We assume that Themis, a consort of Zeus, was destined to the mother of this trip
    $400 24
His large estate in Hopewell was the site of the famous 1932 kidnapping
    $400 2
Buckminster Fuller designed this type of dome for the U.S. Pavilion at Expo 67
    $400 15
Anne Bancroft won a Tony for her Broadway debut as 1 of the "Two for" this playground toy
    $600 9
In 1858 Lt. Joseph Ives led the 1st party 1 mile down to the bottom of this
    $600 20
Tabriz is the largest city in this country's part of Azerbaijan
    $600 28
Greek goddess of wisdom who invented the flute but didn't like the way it puffed out her cheeks
    $600 25
This senator spent two years at Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship before playing for the N.Y. Knicks
    $600 3
This Doric temple on the Acropolis was built by Ictinus & Callicrates
    $600 16
In Willy Russell's play Frank is an English tutor who tried educating this hairdresser
    $800 10
With a band playing "Garryowen" he led the 7th Cavalry against Black Kettle in 1868
    DD: $1,000 21
When this Saudi king was assassinated by a nephew in March 1975 he was succeeded by his brother Khalid
    $800 29
It was the name of the Acadian goddess of fertility engaging ancient Babylon & a 1987 film flop
    $800 26
This scientist lived at 112 Mercer St. in Princeton from 1935 until his death in 1955
    $800 4
Ludwig Mies appended this, his mother's surname, to his own
    DD: $2,500 17
The entire action of this 1951 play takes place in a bedroom & much of it on the title bed
    $1000 11
Nevada town that was the business center for the Comstock Mine
    $1000 22
The Beqaa Valley is this small country's main agricultural region
    $1000 30
For a time Creon thought that both Ismene & this sister were guilty of burying Polynices
    $1000 27
This poet died at 330 Mickle St. in Camden in 1892
    $1000 5
"Inside the Third Reich" is a memoir by this man, Hitler's chief architect
    $1000 18
Hume Cronyn & Jessica Tandy got to know each other over the title pastime in this 1977 play

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Tom Tobe
$6,400 $9,100 $9,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He was the last vice president who didn't serve a full 4-year term

Final scores:

Bill Tom Tobe
$12,799 $18,200 $18,201
3rd place 2nd place New champion: $18,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Tom Tobe
$6,000 $8,900 $7,800
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,700

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Game tape date: 1991-03-11
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