Show #1476 - Monday, January 21, 1991

Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


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Jim Vespe, a medical and comedy writer from Mamaroneck, New York

Mary Anderson, a story editor from Santa Monica, California

Bill Dukes, a personnel manager from Claremont, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 12
He was once the art director for Radio City Music Hall, as his daughter Liza could tell you
    $100 13
These birds were named for the river Phasis in Asia, where they lived along the banks
    $100 25
Some of the mounts on your palm are named for planets; the mount of this planet is related to love
    $100 8
Temporarily moved to Newport, Rhode Island, the U.S. Naval Academy returned to this city in 1865
    $100 1
The business section of the telephone directory
    $100 21
Vasari says while Leonardo was painting her, he had people amusing her so she wouldn't look melancholy
    $200 16
After Nixon resigned in 1974, this daughter reportedly said, "Now I can wear hot pants to the supermarket"
    $200 17
Teddy Roosevelt established our first National Wildlife Refuge to protect these large-billed birds
    $200 27
Now sold in toy stores, this occult communication device was invented by William Fuld in 1890
    $200 9
Maryland is nearly divided in 2 by this bay
    $200 2
One of the oldest breeds of dog, it's also the fastest
    $200 22
Leonardo was born in this small Tuscan town in 1452
    $300 11
In the late 1970s she became Minister of Human Settlements in the Philippines
    $300 18
The most common species of these birds in the eastern U.S. is the ruby-throated
    $300 28
First name of Dr. Holzer, the ghost hunter who wrote "Life Beyond Life" & "Where the Ghosts Are"
    $300 6
The state song, "Maryland, My Maryland", is sung to the tune of this German Christmas Carol
    DD: $500 3
Bobby Vinton's first song to make the pop charts, it went all the way to No. 1:

"A long, long time ago, on graduation day, you handed me your book. I signed this way..."
    $300 23
Leonardo served on the commission to decide where to put this big statue by Michelangelo
    $400 14
This "War and Remembrance" actor landed on the pop charts in 1958, singing "The Ballad of Thunder Road"
    $400 19
Members of this bird family include the Canada spruce & the ruffed
    $400 29
These married physicists were among the scientists who investigated the Italian medium Eusapia Palladino
    $400 7
Founded in Baltimore in 1980, Sojourner-Douglass College was named for these two abolitionists
    $400 4
G.K. Chesterton wrote detective stories starring this shrewd Catholic priest
    $400 24
1490s mural whose caption could be, "Verily I say unto you that one of you shall betray me"
    $500 15
This TV loudmouth, whose father was a singer, is the nephew of actress Joan Bennett
    $500 20
This term for an eagle's nest was once used to describe the young of an eagle
    $500 30
The LA Times reports this country's president, Vigdis Finnbogadottir, says a ghost haunts her official home
    $500 10
The official state insect, the Baltimore checkerspot, is one of these
    $500 5
Nickname of Charles E. Bowles, a hooded robber who held up some 28 stage coaches between the years 1875-82
    $500 26
This British castle's library has one of the finest collections of his drawings in the world

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Bill Mary Jim
$700 $300 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Mary Jim
$1,200 $900 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
In 1682 laws against capital punishment were enacted in this Quaker colony
    $200 14
Officers in this Christian movement founded by William Booth are ordained ministers
    $200 8
"Solveig's Song" is part of his "Peer Gynt"
    $200 20
In 1840, after his return home, he published "Zoology of the Voyage of the Beagle"
    $200 13
At 402 square miles, it's the largest island in French Polynesia
    $200 1
"There's a Girl in My..."
    $400 3
He was the first Vice President appointed under the terms of the 25th Amendment & he later became President
    $400 16
Theravada is the form of this religion practiced in Southeast Asia
    $400 9
Between April & December 1775 he wrote five violin concertos catalogued as Kochel 207, 211, 216, 218 & 219
    $400 21
Some consider James Boswell's biography of this author to be the greatest in the English language
    $400 15
Archbishop Makarios became the first president of this Mediterranean island nation in 1960
    $400 2
"To Be Young, Gifted and..."
    $600 4
Marcus Daly built the town of Anaconda, Montana from monies earned mining this mineral
    DD: $1,700 17
Sikhs perform this ritual using water stirred with a two-edged sword
    $600 10
Beethoven's "Piano Sonata in C sharp minor" is better known by this title
    $600 22
His books on ocean life include "The Silent World" & "The Living Sea"
    $600 25
This country consists of some 13,600 islands stretching from New Guinea to Sumatra
    $600 5
"Don't Bother Me, I Can't..."
    $800 27
Secretary of Defense who commissioned the "Pentagon Papers", a 47-volume study of U.S. involvement in Vietnam
    $800 18
The Sharia is the canon law of this religion
    $800 11
Biographers note, while they were born near each other, Bach never met this "Fireworks Music" composer
    DD: $1,500 23
John F. Kennedy's 1940 thesis on England's unreadiness for war was published under this title
    $800 26
The largest one is Unimak
    $800 6
"The Caucasian Chalk..."
    $1000 28
Washington hired the man who ran this famous NYC tavern to be steward of the presidential household
    $1000 19
Melanesian cults that build replica wharves & airstrips to lure Western goods
    $1000 12
This pianist died at the age of 95 in 1982 & his ashes were scattered near Jerusalem, which holds a competition in his honor
    $1000 24
In 1958, this artist's letters to his brother Theo were published in three volumes
    $1000 29
America's Mackinac Island & Canada's Manitoulin Island lie in this Great Lake
    $1000 7
"The House of Blue..."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Mary Jim
$4,200 $5,900 $6,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The company named for this man is Sweden's largest manufacturer of chemicals

Final scores:

Bill Mary Jim
$8,400 $11,800 $1,200
2nd place New champion: $11,800 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Mary Jim
$5,100 $5,900 $6,500
19 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
4 W
16 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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Game tape date: 1990-10-15
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