Show #1539 - Thursday, April 18, 1991

Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


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Suzanne Woods, a law student originally from Wellesley, Massachusetts

John Eastman, a U.S. Customs representative originally from Dodge Center, Minnesota

David Combs, an electrical engineer from Long Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Siamese fighting fish make these with sticky air bubbles, but birds prefer twigs & grass
    $100 23
Majolica pottery was named for this Spanish island
    $100 1
This 3rd largest island of Hawaii is home to about 80% of the state's population
    $100 12
During his Olympic career, this American won a record four gold medals in diving events
    $100 8
Jack Benny wrote him, "With Bob Hope doing my walk & you doing my voice, I can be a star & do nothing"
    $100 21
Lot was warned by angels to leave this evil city & not to look back
    $200 7
Some Dobermans' ears are clipped, & these body parts are docked
    $200 27
Made originally in the 1700s, Valenciennes is a bobbin or pillow type of this delicate openwork fabric
    DD: $500 2
1 of the 2 independent island nations in the Mediterranean Sea
    $200 13
Dick Button is the only American man to win back-to-back Olympic gold medals in this winter sport
    $200 9
First line of "The Star", a poem by Jane Taylor
    $200 22
When Lot's wife didn't heed the warning, she was turned into a pillar of this
    $300 16
It's the 3rd largest cat native to the Eastern Hemisphere; only the lion & tiger are bigger
    $300 28
The Basilica of San Vitale in Ravenna, in this country, is famous for its Byzantine mosaics
    $300 3
South Georgia Island, occupied by Argentina in 1982, is a dependency of this British colony
    $300 14
The winner of this multi-event competition is considered the greatest athlete in the world
    $300 10
There was a famous battle on this U.S. river, June 25 & 26, 1876
    $300 24
We first meet Lot in this book of the Bible
    $400 19
Though salamanders resemble lizards, they aren't reptiles; they belong to this class of vertebrates
    $400 29
The hunt of this mythical animal is the subject of a series of 7 tapestries, woven c. 1500
    $400 4
You don't have to be a wild man to know this is the third largest island in the world
    $400 17
Although the 1904 games were scheduled for Chicago, they were moved to this U.S. city
    $400 11
Nickname of Maureen Connolly, who in her teens won Wimbledon 3 times in the 1950s
    $400 25
Lot's famous uncle, this patriarch, got Canaan when Lot chose the plain of the Jordan
    $500 20
World Book & Orwell's "Animal Farm" consider them the smartest of all hoofed farm animals
    $500 30
Ralph Wood is credited with introducing these jugs, shaped like stout men, c. 1762
    $500 5
Laval is the chief city of Jesus Island, which is just north of this French Canadian city
    $500 18
He served as president of the International Olympic Committee from 1952 to 1972
    $500 15
In 1978, this Australian group had its biggest hit in the U.S. with "Reminiscing"
    $500 26
The Arabic name for this low-lying sea is Bahr Lut, the Sea of Lot

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

David John Suzanne
$400 $2,100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David John Suzanne
$3,300 $2,100 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1970s
    $200 16
This city is home to the Arizona Museum, the Arizona Mineral Museum, & the Arizona State Capitol Museum
    $200 9
Completes John Selden's criticism, "Preachers say, 'Do as I say, not as...'"
    $200 21
Ford pardoned Tokyo Rose on January 19, 1977, & 2 days later, he pardoned the Vietnam draft evaders
    $200 1
Milton's optimistic title for the sequel to "Paradise Lost"
    $200 2
Common name given to the emulsion of magnesium hydroxide used as an antacid
    $200 26
He directed himself as a cavalryman-turned-Sioux who's given the name Dances with Wolves
    $400 17
A 1990 ad for this city said, "Mikhail Gorbachev was in complete agreement with Tony Bennett"
    $400 12
The Three Little Pigs' response to "I'll huff & I'll puff & I'll blow your house in"
    $400 22
In 1977, Erich Segal published "Oliver's Story" as a sequel to this tearjerker
    $400 3
Just so you know, he illustrated his "Just So Stories" himself
    $400 4
Heat one of these to 1,500 degrees centigrade in an inert atmosphere & it reverts to graphite
    $400 30
He worked at directing himself & his brother Charlie Sheen in the title roles in "Men at Work"
    $600 18
3560-foot Sassafras Mountain is the highest point in this Palmetto State
    $600 13
Line preceding, "But ugly goes clear to the bone"
    DD: $1,000 23
One of the most successful groups of the 1970s, they had a million-seller with the following:

"You can change your mind / I'm the first in line / Honey, I'm still free / Take a chance on me"
    $600 5
He published his Waverley Novels anonymously, so readers called him the Great Unknown
    $600 8
This French scientist was first to show fermentation is a biochemical process
    $600 29
This actor took over as director of "One-Eyed Jacks" when Stanley Kubrick left to make "Spartacus"
    $800 19
If you want to attend the annual Bat Flight Breakfast, head for Carlsbad in this state
    $800 14
Architect Louis Sullivan said, "Form ever follows this"
    $800 24
Estimable man who set a Guinness record sending out 62,824 Christmas cards in 1975
    $800 6
As Justice of the Peace, he organized London's first police force; as satirist, he wrote Tom Jones
    DD: $1,000 10
Dr. DeVries led the surgical team that gave this dentist the first permanent artificial heart
    $800 28
After wrestling with "Gator", his directorial debut, he got good reviews for "Sharky's Machine"
    $1000 20
Nature trails in this Florida national park include the Gumbo Limbo Trail & Bobcat Hammock Trail
    $1000 15
General George McClellan is credited with the line, "All quiet along" this river
    $1000 25
George McGovern said health was not a factor in his decision to replace this original running mate
    $1000 7
This rare Elizabethan playwright was imprisoned three times, once for killing an actor
    $1000 11
Italy has deposits of this fine white sculpture material, a form of compact gypsum
    $1000 27
He directed himself playing a director in "White Hunter, Black Heart"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David John Suzanne
$6,900 $5,900 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Queen Victoria's daughter picked music by these 2 composers for the processional & recessional of her 1858 wedding

Final scores:

David John Suzanne
$11,801 $0 $3,400
2-day champion: $22,601 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David John Suzanne
$6,900 $5,400 $3,000
22 R,
2 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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Game tape date: 1991-02-13
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