Show #1535 - Friday, April 12, 1991

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Patty Stein, an attorney from Riverdale, New Jersey

Brian Olewnick, a capital assets manager from New York City, New York

Burt Albert, a lawyer from Salem, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Last name shared by novelist Ayn & fan dancer Sally
    $100 9
The post office says mail carriers have suffered almost 20,000 bites from these animals in the past 3 years
    $100 6
Abraham Lincoln said, "As I would not be" one of these, "so I would not be a master"
    $100 7
People get yellow fever from these disease carriers
    $100 8
In 1922, a former Secretary of Agriculture published Fruit, Garden & Home, which became this in 1924
    $100 16
This Thursday night sitcom takes place at Hillman College
    $200 2
Margaret Bourke-White gained fame as one of these & was one of the first employed by Fortune magazine
    $200 10
This is the standard postal abbreviation for apartment
    $200 23
Pregnant women know it means "to yearn for", "covet" or "have a yen for"
    $200 27
In some parts of the world, finding this chirping insect in your home is thought to bring good luck
    $200 12
The first man featured on its 4-page foldout was Lyle Waggoner of "The Carol Burnett Show"
    $200 17
The title part of the Russian estate put on the auction block in a Chekhov play
    $300 3
Nickname of speakeasy queen Mary Louise Cecilia Guinan, who was born in Waco in 1884
    $300 11
The post office prefers that you type or print the address on an envelope using this color ink
    $300 24
In "The Star-Spangled Banner", it's the last word you sing
    $300 28
This fruit fly, which probably originated in West Africa, first reached California in 1975
    $300 13
This syndicated Sunday newspaper magazine is seen by over 35 million people a week
    $300 18
James Spader is the younger man & Susan Sarandon the bolder woman working in this film's title burger stand
    $400 4
This Black Wimbledon champ appeared in the 1959 film "The Horse Soldiers" with John Wayne
    $400 21
When you address an envelope, put the ZIP code on the last line next to this
    $400 25
An undertaker's work is so serious & solemn, it's often described as this type of matter
    $400 29
Ladybugs, fireflies & boll weevils are all members of this insect group
    DD: $400 14
Founder of the magazine whose first issue in 1936, captioned "Life Begins", showed a doctor slapping a baby
    $400 19
In this 1990 Peter Bogdanovich film, the kids from Anarene, Texas are planning a centennial
    $500 5
In the 1930s, this cosmetics queen opened a health resort at Main Chance Farm, her former country home
    $500 22
This will cost you 75 cents if you're mailing an item worth $50 or less
    $500 26
In a deck of cards, a jack can also be called this
    $500 30
Known as a 17-year locust, its developmental cycle is the longest of any known insect
    $500 15
Men's magazine that featured an article by Hemingway in its first issue in 1933
    $500 20
In "The Music Man", Meredith Wilson used Mason City, Iowa as the basis for this fictional city

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

Burt Brian Patty
$1,600 -$400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Burt Brian Patty
$3,600 $1,200 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
He began his saga of the Henry family in his 1971 bestseller, "The Winds of War"
    $200 1
Meaning "one of the majority", it's what Lenin's followers were called
    $200 8
In 1990, this "Pretty Woman" took home a Golden Globe for "Steel Magnolias"
    $200 20
Heavy rains can trigger these sudden & severe deluges, especially in the Southwest
    $200 13
Mistaken for the enemy, this general was shot by members of his own Stonewall Brigade
    $200 15
About a third of a walrus's total weight is made up of this layer of fat
    $400 4
In 1950, this playwright published his first novel, "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone"
    $400 2
Under this openness policy, once forbidden writers like Boris Pasternak are now being published
    $400 9
Peter Finch & Faye Dunaway both won for this 1976 film
    $400 22
It's the point at which cooling vapor condenses into water droplets
    $400 14
Following the Battle of Antietam, Lincoln issued this edict January 1, 1863
    $400 16
On the ground, a flock of these birds is called a gaggle; in the air, it's a skein
    DD: $1,000 5
James Joyce wrote about the Irish lower middle class in this 1914 story collection
    $600 27
This Russian word is used to describe the treeless area of the Arctic
    $600 10
Walter Matthau & Richard Benjamin received Golden Globes for this film, but George Burns didn't
    $600 23
The frozen subsoil of the polar regions, which never thaws, has come to be called this
    $600 21
This alleged inventor of baseball led troops that fired the first shots defending Fort Sumter
    $600 17
Blue, chocolate, lilac & seal point refer to the different colorings of this house cat
    $800 6
His short story collections include "Dandelion Wine" & "The Martian Chronicles"
    DD: $2,500 28
This word for "traveling companion" became known around the world in 1957
    $800 11
In 1967, it was voted Best Foreign Language Foreign Film, & Anouk Aimee won, too
    $800 26
Because mercury freezes at about -38° Fahrenheit, weather stations in cold climates use this type of thermometer
    $800 24
The Rebs called the first major battle fought July 21, 1861, 1st Manassas; the Yankees called it this
    $800 18
Mainly used for racing, the two fastest horse breeds are the quarter horse & this
    $1000 7
In 1950, this Nelson Algren novel about a drug addict won a National Book Award
    $1000 29
Meaning self-boiler, it's a metal urn with a spigot used to boil water for tea
    $1000 12
In 1947, Harold Russell won an award for Best Non-Professional Acting for this post-World War II film
    $1000 30
Heavy rain & sometimes hail is produced by this type of cloud, also called a thunderhead
    $1000 25
Relieved of his command in 1862, this Union Army general later became governor of New Jersey
    $1000 19
Of the five senses, the one associated with a snake's Jacobson's organ

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Burt Brian Patty
$7,800 $5,700 $6,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This musical featured such songs as "Heart" & "Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo."

Final scores:

Burt Brian Patty
$12,601 $5,700 $1,199
2-day champion: $17,001 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Burt Brian Patty
$8,800 $4,000 $6,300
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
16 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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Game tape date: 1991-02-12
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