Show #1534 - Thursday, April 11, 1991

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Burt Albert, a lawyer from Salem, Virginia

Janet Hutchinson, a bank executive from Hamilton, New Jersey

Les Friedman, a humanities teacher from Manlius, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,590)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
MTV rejected her "Justify My Love" video as too hot to handle
    $100 21
This Republican served as governor from 1959 to 1973; in 1974, he became Vice President
    $100 1
In 1667, Solomon Stoddard was appointed this college's first librarian
    $100 6
Antonio Benedetto
    $100 13
When he lost his golden touch by swimming in the River Pactolus, it was left with gold in its sands
    $100 17
Completes the 1940 movie title, "Knute Rockne..."
    $200 9
In a runoff election, he beat Stanislaw Tyminski by a 3-1 margin to become Polish president
    $200 22
The easternmost point in the state is Montauk Point on this island
    $200 2
This city's Emory University is called the Coca-Cola School because much of its funds comes from Coke stock
    $200 7
Conrad Robert Falk
    $200 29
In Rome, these women spent their lives tending the hearth at the Temple of Vesta
    $200 18
1 of 3 James Herriot book titles taken from a poem by Cecil F. Alexander
    $300 10
This reclusive movie actress's collection of art, etc., brought $21 million at auction
    $300 23
When the Dutch established their colony in what's now New York, they gave the province this name
    $300 3
City that's home to 1 of 4 campuses of the University of Tennessee
    $300 14
Ramon Estevez
    $300 26
Roman goddess of crossroads, her name means "meeting of 3 roads" or "trifling information"
    $300 19
Shakespearean comedy in which scheming friends bring together Beatrice & Benedick
    DD: $500 11
This man, the United States' first drug czar, resigned that post in 1990
    $400 24
In 1964, the New York State Thruway was renamed for this 1944 & '48 GOP presidential candidate
    $400 4
This Pittsburgh University, named for 2 businessmen, was the first college in the world to grant degrees in drama
    $400 15
Peter Aurness
    $400 20
Elvis Presley's 1957 #1 hit that opens, "Oh, well, a-bless my soul, what's wrong with me?"
    $500 12
This White House chief of staff & former New Hampshire governor was born in Havana, Cuba
    $500 25
City in Steuben County that has a glass museum & a factory where Steuben crystal is blown & engraved
    $500 5
This New England capital is home to the Berklee College of Music
    $500 16
Delloreese Patricia Early
    $500 27
Hawaii's Valley Island is named for this Polynesian sun god
    $500 28
As a candidate for this party in 1856, Millard Fillmore captured 8 electoral votes

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Les Janet Burt
$0 $200 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Les Janet Burt
$2,200 -$400 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
This, the oldest post-season college bowl game, was first played in Pasadena, January 1, 1902
    $200 26
The chromosomes of bacteria consist entirely of this substance with no RNA
    $200 17
This composer used a melody by Sebastian de Iradier for the famous Habanera in "Carmen"
    $200 7
The Henley Royal Regatta is held annually on this river
    $200 1
"When a dog bites a man, that is not news, but when" this happens, "that is news"
    $200 16
It's the second of the four tales in which Tom Sawyer appears
    $400 8
About 46 million people saw her TV tour of the White House in 1962
    $400 27
This heart valve is named for its three flaps, or cusps
    $400 18
This man, the "Father of the Waltz", was father of the "Waltz King"
    $400 9
The 1,100-mile-long Kama River is this Russian river's greatest tributary
    $400 2
In 1927's "The Jazz Singer", he was heard saying, "You ain't heard nothin' yet, folks"
    $400 20
It opens as Tom Joad travels home from prison through drought-stricken Oklahoma
    $600 13
Until 1999, this planet, usually eighth in distance from the sun, will be the farthest
    $600 28
Light entering the eye is partially refracted by this membrane before reaching the lens
    $600 19
In her novel, Lucrezia Floriani, George Sand portrayed this man, her lover, as a weakling
    $600 10
The Grand & Royal Canals link Dublin with Ireland's west coast via this river
    DD: $1,000 3
In 1964, he said, "Nonviolence is the answer to the crucial political & moral questions of our time"
    $600 21
The wacky Disney gang of 1975 that rode again in 1979
    $800 14
This country was technically neutral in World War II, but allowed the Allies to use bases in the Azores
    DD: $600 29
When blood does this, fibrinogen is converted to fibrin
    $800 24
He wrote "Petrushka" for Diaghilev & a circus polka for the Ringling Brothers
    $800 11
Only small boats can navigate most of the 565-mile-long Ebro, this country's longest river
    $800 4
You'll find "I'll make him an offer he can't refuse" under this author's name in "Bartlett's" quotes
    $800 22
Anthony Burgess created this novel's Nadsat language from proper Russian & English, as well as slang
    $1000 15
William D. Ruckelshaus was the first head of this agency, established December 2, 1970
    $1000 25
Mussorgsky commemorated pictures by his artist friend, Viktor Hartmann, in this piece
    $1000 12
2 important World War I battles were fought at this small tributary of the Seine
    $1000 5
In a patriotic song, this word precedes "God mend thy every flaw"
    $1000 23
Ingmar Bergman's classic 1957 film that's noted for its use of flashbacks

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Les Janet Burt
$3,800 $400 $7,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of the last 2 Pulitzer Prize-winning plays with a woman's name in the title; they won in 1988 & 1989

Final scores:

Les Janet Burt
$0 $0 $4,400
2nd place 3rd place New champion: $4,400

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Les Janet Burt
$3,400 $400 $7,300
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
5 R,
3 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $11,100

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Game tape date: 1991-02-12
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