Show #1522 - Tuesday, March 26, 1991

Tom Halpern game 3.
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Don Hawthorne, a writer from San Pedro, California

Karen Anderson, an entrepreneur from Newburyport, Massachusetts

Tom Halpern, a researcher and writer from New York City, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,602)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
This Vatican choir is named after the chapel in which it often sings
    $100 6
For exceptional service or courageous acts, this country awards the National Order of the Cedars
    $100 14
The "fi" in "fee, fi, fo, fum" doesn't mean anything, but the "fi" in "hi-fi" stands for this
    $100 17
Appropriately, Miss America 1944 had the same name as this Roman goddess of love & beauty
    $100 18
These animals are used to haul logs from inaccessible forests
    $100 1
The class reserved for the unfit under the U.S. Selective Service System
    $200 8
He wrote galops, polkas, quadrilles & marches, as well as waltzes, like "Wine, Women & Song"
    $200 12
All U.S. medals may be awarded to citizens of other countries with the exception of this medal
    $200 10
In 1990, the British Army announced it had sold all its desert camouflage clothing to this country in 1986
    $200 23
This Disney dog's films include "Bone Bandit", "Canine Casanova" & "The Purloined Pup"
    $200 19
A 1960s jacket fad was named for this man, India's first prime minister
    $200 2
F is the symbol for this chemical element
    DD: $500 9
Make no bones about it, this 1875 work was the first major concert piece to use the xylophone
    $300 13
In 1930, Congress authorized gold, silver & bronze medals for the crew of his Antarctic expedition
    $300 11
A boom is a large dhow, which is a type of this
    $300 24
This Norwegian with a Norse god's name is world famous for his trans-Oceanic expeditions
    $300 20
In India, Hindi is spoken mainly by Hindus, while members of this religion speak Urdu
    $300 3
What the F stands for in the sequence S‑M‑T‑W‑T‑F‑S
    $400 21
England's most coveted decoration, the Victoria Cross, was established in 1856 during this war
    $400 15
Auguste Piccard went up 55,500 feet in a balloon, & his son Jacques went down 35,800 feet into this ocean
    $400 27
She was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company before she became a TV "Avenger"
    $400 25
This lord served as the last viceroy of India
    $400 4
1 of 2 2-letter combinations that produce the sound of an F without using an F
    $500 22
Willems Order, created in 1815, honors military bravery in this country
    $500 16
In October 1990, a room in the Heritage Center at Okefenokee Swamp was named for this cartoonist
    $500 26
It's a long loincloth worn by Hindu men or the fabric used to make it
    $500 5
Famous Fs include Scott Fitzgerald, the writer, & this Oscar-winning Best Actor of 1984

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Tom Karen Don
$600 -$200 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Karen Don
$2,500 $1,000 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
After deposing Milton Obote on January 25, 1971, he became Uganda's president on February 20
    $200 8
The color that describes Maryland's oak, Maine's pine, & New Hampshire's birch
    $200 7
20th century movement showing objects from many geometric angles associated with Picasso, not Rubik
    $200 6
In 1964, this Alabama governor refused to support Lyndon Johnson for president
    $200 21
Another name for fish larvae or a popular way to cook catfish
    $200 26
He wrote "I love you" to Becky Thatcher on his school slate
    $400 2
Kaiser Wilhelm II dismissed this man as Chancellor of Germany in 1890
    $400 17
The Cartwrights' fictional spread near Virginia City or the mountain pine of Montana
    $400 13
Dali dabbled in this form of art, which tries to reveal a new & higher reality
    DD: $1,100 9
By 1832, this president & his followers became the first to be called Democrats
    $400 22
Collectively, halibut, turbot, flounder & sole are called this from their shape
    $400 27
Thomas Hughes followed this character's school days with a sequel of his time at Oxford
    $600 3
From 1898-1956, this country was jointly controlled by Great Britain & its northern neighbor, Egypt
    $600 18
This state's tree is the Black Hills spruce
    $600 14
This movement, which began about 1955, used advertising & the mass media as subjects
    $600 10
Though he beat George Bush in a run for the Senate, he lost to the Bush-Quayle ticket in 1988
    $600 23
Rascasse or scorpionfish is essential to make this Marseille fish stew authentically
    $600 28
Charles Perrault called him "Le Petit Poucet", but in Richard Johnson's version, he was this
    $800 4
In the 5th century BC, he became Prime Minister of the Chinese state of Lu, but resigned, disappointed with the job
    $800 19
Socrates would be disappointed to learn Pennsylvania's state tree is called this
    $800 15
New York City's Chrysler Building exemplifies this 1920s style using zigzag forms & chrome ornamentation
    $800 11
Former NBA All-Star who now does his scoring in the U.S. Senate
    $800 24
These fish feed on coral with a powerful beak that resembles the bird they're named for
    $800 29
This boy inventor was the hero of many Edward L. Stratemeyer tales
    $1000 5
The 6-year Peace of Nicias, beginning in 421 B.C., divided the two parts of this Greek War
    $1000 20
The pinon that bears edible nuts is the state tree of this "Land of Enchantment"
    DD: $1,000 16
Domenikos Theotokopoulos painted distorted & elongated examples of mannerism under this name
    $1000 12
20th century president who was the only Democrat to become President after losing as the Vice Presidential candidate
    $1000 25
This fish, also known as the sharksucker, attaches itself to sharks & feeds on their leavings
    $1000 30
He's Daisy's cuckolded husband in "The Great Gatsby"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Karen Don
$11,400 $6,200 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This cosmetics company got its name because of its owner's fondness for Shakespeare

Final scores:

Tom Karen Don
$10,399 $2,200 $1,000
3-day champion: $34,001 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Karen Don
$10,700 $6,700 $4,000
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $21,400

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Game tape date: 1991-01-30
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