Show #1791 - Monday, May 18, 1992

Jerome Vered game 1.

Game in which 62 correct responses were given (with 5 rebounds).


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Katie De Pitts, an analyst from Houston, Texas

Jerome Vered, a writer from Studio City, California

Don Westrich, an advertising executive from New York City, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $30,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

"X", "Y", "Z"
(Alex Each correct response will begin with one--or perhaps more than one--of those letters of the alphabet.)
    $100 23
All algae contain this green pigment that allows them to perform photosynthesis
    $100 16
The tropical nut that's a source of the caffeine in soft drinks
    $100 2
If you want your MTV, you should know that MTV stands for this
    $100 1
In 1691 England guaranteed this country's Catholics certain rights by the Treaty of Limerick
    $100 21
It's the traditional color of majorette boots
    $100 8
Prince Andrew's dukedom
    $200 24
It's a piece of metal put in an electrical circuit to melt if current flow is too high
    $200 17
A member of the hickory family, this nut is popular in a Southern pie
    $200 3
All your relatives might enjoy this channel abbreviated FAM
    $200 4
Declining to ratify the Treaty of Versailles, it signed a separate peace treaty with Germany in 1921
    $200 22
It would be appropriate to keep 19th century undergarments in a chest of these
    $200 9
The 2 countries that border Zambia & fit the category
    $300 25
The fastest flying animal is the peregrine species of this bird of prey
    $300 18
Pine nuts are found inside these & it's tough to get them out
    $300 13
This acronym for American Christian Television System is a book of the Bible, too
    DD: $500 5
In 1815 this congress restored the Papal States to the pope
    $300 28
The most popular men's jacket named for a meal
    $300 10
In a famous poem, "It was a miracle of rare device, a sunny pleasure dome with caves of ice!"
    $400 26
The Weddell species of this sea mammal can stay underwater for over 40 minutes
    $400 19
It was named after John MacAdam, who promoted its cultivation in Australia
    $400 14
In TV land, TNT doesn't stand for trinitrotoluene but for this
    $400 6
Int'l agreements adopted in 1864, 1906, 1929 & 1949 dealing with the humane treatment of P.O.W.s & wounded soldiers
    $400 29
The "jewel" style of this part of a garment is simple & rounded
    $400 11
Seen on TV commercials, this musician known by one name is called "the master of the pan flute"
    $500 27
In the night sky, Jupiter is the third brightest of the stars & planets, after these two
    $500 20
There are 2 kinds of this nut, bitter & sweet, & 3 kinds of shells, hard, soft & paper
    $500 15
The Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network is known by this acronym
    $500 7
The 1895 treaty of Shimonoseki between China & Japan gave independence to this peninsular country
    $500 30
A loose dress shape created by Yves Saint Laurent, or a suspended bar seen at the circus
    $500 12
Zoroaster was also known by this name, as Nietzsche could have told you

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

Don Jerome Katie
$2,500 $1,900 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Don Jerome Katie
$2,100 $5,000 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The European recovery program following WWII was also called this, for its originator
    $200 11
Guinness calls Gogol's play "The Inspector General" this country's greatest early comedy
    $200 24
These lithe desert horses are the oldest existing breed
    $200 1
This British River rises in the Cotswold Hills of Gloucester
    $200 16
It's the first book of the New Testament & the first of the 4 Gospels
    $200 21
Savings account deposits & withdrawals are recorded in this type of booklet
    $400 7
The 1912 alliance of Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece & Montenegro was known as this league
    $400 12
Dr. Heidi Holland is the title character in this Pulitzer Prize winner by Wendy Wasserstein
    $400 25
This thoroughbred who won 20 of his 21 races was nicknamed "Big Red"
    $400 2
In 1886 Congress "closed" this sea off Alaska due to indiscriminate fur-sealing practices of other nations
    $400 17
After his resurrection, Jesus said to her, "Woman, why weepest thou? Whom seekest thou?"
    $400 22
Budget deficits cause this, the money owed by the U.S. government, to rise
    DD: $700 8
The 3 major battles of this war were at Crecy, Poitiers & Agincourt
    $600 13
Jean Kerr, who wrote the play "Mary, Mary", is the wife of this Pulitzer Prize-winning drama critic
    $600 26
These horses are trained primarily at the Spanish riding school in Vienna
    $600 3
The tallest mountains in Egypt are located on this large peninsula
    $600 18
In Galatians he wrote, "Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ"
    $600 23
The International Bank for Reconstruction & Development is popularly called this
    $800 9
After the king of Caria died in 353 B.C., his widow had this memorial built at Halicarnassus
    DD: $2,000 14
His first play, "Tamburlaine the Great", opened in 1587, just 6 years before he was killed
    $800 27
World Book says the shire breed developed after this Tudor king had all horses under 5' high destroyed
    $800 4
French cities on this bay or its inlets include Bordeaux, Nantes & Rochefort
    $800 19
This Roman emperor sent out a decree "that all the world should be taxed"
    $800 28
The Chicago Board of Trade is an example of this type of market where raw materials are traded
    $1000 10
After oil was found there in 1932, this island nation became the Persian Gulf's first oil-rich state
    $1000 15
An actor as well as an author, he played the role of Orgon in his own "Tartuffe"
    $1000 30
In Britain, horse racing's Triple Crown consists of the St. Leger Stakes, the Two Thousand Guineas & this derby
    $1000 5
Mount Elbrus, the highest point in Europe, is a peak of this mountain range
    $1000 20
Number of days from Christ's resurrection to his ascension
    $1000 29
The "zero-coupon" type of this financial instrument pays nothing until maturity

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Don Jerome Katie
$5,300 $17,600 $3,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

A native Kentuckian, he was the first president born outside of the original 13 states

Final scores:

Don Jerome Katie
$10,600 $24,000 $1
2nd place: a Broyhill entertainment center + Sanyo 100 W digital AM/FM stereo component system with 5-disc CD changer New champion: $24,000 3rd place: a Baldwin solid brass serpentine lamp + Nintendo Entertainment System + games (including Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune w/Vanna White)

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Don Jerome Katie
$5,100 $16,400 $3,100
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
34 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,600

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Game tape date: 1992-01-15
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