Show #1475 - Friday, January 18, 1991

Lois Kurowski game 5.
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Bill Dukes, a personnel manager from Claremont, California

Susan Cobb, a Spanish teacher originally from Lubbock, Texas

Lois Kurowski, a doctoral student from Elkhart, Indiana (whose 4-day cash winnings total $57,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
His "to be or not to be" speech might have gone on forever if he hadn't noticed Ophelia
    $100 17
The Office of Registrar of Copyrights is a division of this library
    $100 22
Tom had a tough time in school as he suffers from this reading disability
    $100 6
ABC not only offers a 900 phone number to inform you about these, it has a magazine, "Episodes"
    $100 11
Livestock that describes the stock market when prices are up
    $100 1
In 1939, Lew Brown, Wladimir Timm & Jaromir Vejvoda wrote a polka about this type of barrel
    $200 27
Characters in this play include nymphs, reapers & a boatswain
    $200 18
In the Senate, a cloture vote is usually suggested to end this type of activity
    $200 23
In January 1990, a few days after "Us" reported his marriage was healthy, Tom & she filed for divorce
    $200 7
Not printed in red ink, a new English language magazine for this city has an "Around the Square" section
    $200 12
The mule is the symbol of the Army, but this is the symbol of the Navy
    $200 2
If you're watching women compete in barrel racing, you're at one of these events
    DD: $800 28
Octavia Caesar appears as a character in these 2 plays
    $300 19
Though the first Attorney General was appointed in 1789, this department wasn't established until 1870
    $300 24
Sales surges of this company's Wayfarers & Aviator glasses are attributed to Tom's wearing them in films
    $300 8
The stars tell us the new magazine "Jupiter" covers this field
    $300 13
This bird is often pictured with an olive branch in its mouth
    $300 3
This adjective describes conversations like the type that took place in old general stores
    $400 29
This friend of Romeo's cries "A plague on both your houses!" several times before he dies
    $400 20
He was a pediatrician strongly opposed to abortion when Reagan named him Surgeon General in 1981
    $400 25
Getting into his role for this 1983 Coppola film, Cruise avoided showering for most of the nine weeks of filming
    $400 9
Actor Tim Matheson, who bought into this humor magazine in 1989, sold out in 1990
    $400 14
Moses pulverized this idol, mixed the powder with water & made the Israelites drink it
    $400 4
Combined with "off", it means to hold back or keep away; as a noun, it's part of a barrel
    $500 30
In "Henry VIII", Henry VIII says of her, "When I am in heaven, I shall desire to see what this child does"
    $500 21
At an impeachment trial of a president, this person presides
    $500 26
Tom is a driver on this actor's stock car racing team
    $500 10
Subscription agency that has Ed "I'll award you $10 million" McMahon as their spokesman
    $500 15
The Chinese believe this creature can prevent evil spirits from spoiling the new year
    $500 5
The world record for this is 18 set by Yvon Jolin at Terrebonne, Quebec in 1981

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

Lois Susan Bill
$1,200 $1,000 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lois Susan Bill
$2,000 -$500 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Charles Nordhoff & James Norman Hall wrote "Men Against the Sea" & "Pitcairn's Island" as sequels to this
    $200 17
Pine nuts come from these parts of certain pine trees
    $200 26
Said to represent the trinity, this three-leafed plant is Ireland's national symbol
    $200 12
NYC school of music named for a cotton merchant who left $20 million to support a music foundation
    $200 7
After his 1843 death, this lexicographer's heirs sold his dictionary rights to the GNC Merriam Company
    $200 1
A fulgurite is the glass rock formed after sand has been struck by this
    $400 3
Term for idealistic from a character in a Cervantes novel
    $400 18
The acorn is a true one of these, but a goober is not
    $400 27
This stout beer, Ireland's most popular brand, is an important export
    $400 13
His brother, Johann Christoph, was the organist at the Michaeliskirche in Ohrdruf until 1721
    $400 8
On April 3, 1882, Robert Ford shot & killed this outlaw in his St. Joseph, Missouri home
    $400 22
The first glass factory in North America was established in 1608 in this settlement
    $600 4
The inhabitants of these two planets fought in H.G. Wells' "The War of the Worlds"
    $600 19
An organic material, such as peat, spread around plants to suppress weeds
    $600 28
William Butler Yeats & Lady Augusta Gregory helped found this Irish national theatre in 1904
    DD: $500 14
Though he never married, he loved children & wrote the following:
    $600 9
This U.S. Navy officer negotiated the 1854 Treaty of Kanagawa, which opened trade with Japan
    $600 23
Safety glass, such as that used in auto windshields, is a sandwich of glass sheets & this material
    $800 5
Though this Theodore Dreiser title character sounds like a nun or a nurse, she's really an actress
    $800 20
Bees make honey from this sugary solution secreted by some plants
    $800 29
Only three of the nine counties of this province belong to the Republic of Ireland
    $800 15
He claimed, "Never was I so pious as when composing 'The Creation'"
    DD: $1,000 10
In 1876-77, he founded the American Library Association & became editor of the "Library Journal"
    $800 24
In 1271, the glass workers in this Italian city formed a guild
    $1000 6
Chapter 2 of his novel "Myron" begins with "Myra Breckinridge lives"
    $1000 21
Found in the cell walls of some plants, this carbohydrate helps jelly gel
    $1000 30
In 1905, editor A. Griffith formed this political organization, whose name means "We Ourselves"
    $1000 16
Barcarole is a French word for the type of song sung by these boatmen
    $1000 11
In 1880, this industrialist patented a method for making dry photographic plates
    $1000 25
Most glass is composed of silica, soda & this caustic ingredient, also known as calcium oxide

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lois Susan Bill
$4,500 $500 $11,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 1st 3 men depicted on U.S. stamps

Final scores:

Lois Susan Bill
$10 $500 $13,100
3rd place 2nd place New champion: $13,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lois Susan Bill
$4,600 $1,300 $10,900
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
12 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
26 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,800

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Game tape date: 1990-10-10
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