Show #1575 - Friday, June 7, 1991

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John DeAngelo, a technical writer from Austin, Texas

Catherine Perino, a high school English teacher from Montclair, New Jersey

Tobe Benz, a business executive from Germantown, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
In "A Christmas Carol", he's Ebenezer Scrooge's long dead partner
    $100 16
It can be loose or pressed & it's often applied with a puff
    $100 11
The British call this car part the exhaust silencer
    $100 1
In February 1990, Paula Zahn left ABC to co-host this network's morning show
    $100 8
Tourists get goose bumps on the Goose Bumps, Ghosts & Graveyard Tales tour of this capital city
    $100 2
The first chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Omar Bradley, was from this service branch
    $200 15
After Augustine St. Clare's death, Uncle Tom was sold to this brutal plantation owner
    $200 17
A cosmetic used as a base for facial makeup, or the base of a building
    $200 21
"Turf accountant" is a euphemism for this
    $200 3
He wrote for Arthur Godfrey & Garry Moore before winding up at the end of "60 Minutes"
    $200 9
This president designed Poplar Forest, his less famous home, as a retreat from the hubbub at Monticello
    $200 4
The most decorated U.S. soldier of World War II, he went on to become a film star
    $300 18
Before being shipwrecked in the 1650s, he was sold into slavery by Turkish buccaneers
    $300 25
Maybelline makes one of these called illegal lengths
    $300 22
Term for a tough situation or the sticky, damp ground batsmen must run over in cricket
    $300 28
This prime time soap showed us April in Paris when April & Bobby went to Paris on their honeymoon
    $300 10
It's the oldest college or university in Virginia & the South
    $300 5
His promotion to major general was held up after he slapped two soldiers in 1943
    $400 19
In "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", Daredevil was the favorite steed of this rival of Ichabod Crane
    DD: $800 26
Actress Nancy Kwan is the spokeswoman for a skin cream made from these gems
    $400 23
Water Street is used to mean the film industry in England just as this street refers to the press
    $400 29
Sweet last name of "Designing Women" Suzanne & Julia
    $400 12
You can visit Walnut Grove Farm where Cyrus McCormick invented his reaper, in this famous valley
    $400 6
When others criticized this admiral, Gen. MacArthur responded, "Leave the Bull alone"
    $500 20
In "Othello", this character claims, "Who steals my purse, steals trash"
    $500 27
Sea Breeze skin care products are made by this company, which also makes Nice'n Easy hair color
    $500 24
In 1973, Englishmen began paying VAT, which is this
    $500 30
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. played Katherine Helmond's dead husband on a 1990 episode of this sitcom
    $500 13
Singer Juice Newton was born in this resort, now the state's most populous city
    $500 7
His 1898 victory at the Battle of Manila Bay ended Spanish power in the Philippines

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Tobe Catherine John
$700 $300 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tobe Catherine John
$3,800 $2,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
Completes the title of Dr. Reuben's bestseller "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex"
    $200 12
In 1950, this president authorized development of the hydrogen bomb
    $200 26
The standard for this metric weight is a 2.2 lb. cylinder of platinum iridium alloy kept at the National Institute of Standards & Technology
    $200 21
"The Lily of Killarney" is a 19th century opera set in this country
    $200 6
While The Hague is the seat of the Netherlands government, this city is the capital
    $200 1
You can have one of these points of vulnerability even if your mother never dipped you in the River Styx
    $400 9
"Peace with God" & "How to Be Born Again" are two of several books by this evangelist
    $400 13
On the 100th anniversary of Lincoln's birth, W.E.B. Dubois called for the founding of this civil rights organization
    $400 27
Sometimes it's 480 sheets, but most often it's 500 sheets of paper
    $400 22
In a Prokofiev opera, three princesses are hidden inside three of these citrus fruits
    $400 7
Columbus called this island in the West Indies La Isla Espanola, "the Spanish Island"
    $400 2
Something that produces many unforeseen troubles is often compared to this container
    $600 10
"The Wendy Dilemma" is Dr. Dan Kiley's follow-up to this 1983 bestseller
    $600 15
He was over 50 years old when his son, future Civil War general Robert E. Lee, was born
    $600 28
For measuring, surveyors sometimes use a chain which is comprised of 100 of these units
    $600 23
In Tchaikovsky's opera, "The Queen of" these is a countess who knows the secret of winning at cards
    $600 18
The Pentland Firth separates the Orkney Islands from the north coast of this country
    $600 3
The line of a shapely upper lip is sometimes compared to this object carried by Cupid
    $800 11
In "By Way of Deception", a former agent gives an inside look at this Israeli spy organization
    $800 16
Between his retirement in the 1890s & his death in 1937, he gave away more than $500 million
    $800 29
Legally, this British measurement is 14 lbs. avoirdupois
    $800 24
Rossini's opera "La donna del lago" was based on his poem "The Lady of the Lake"
    DD: $1,000 19
2 of the 4 U.S. states that border Quebec
    DD: $800 4
A dangerously fascinating temptress can be called this, whether or not she turns man into swine
    $1000 14
Norman Mailer won his first Pulitzer Prize for this 1968 account of the Peace March on the Pentagon
    $1000 17
Frederick Douglass was among attendees at the 1848 Convention for Women's Rights at this New York site
    $1000 30
Abbreviated dwt, it equals 120th of a Troy ounce
    $1000 25
His wife & the heroine of his opera "The Abduction from the Seraglio" were both named Constanze
    $1000 20
This Tahitian capital is the chief port of French Polynesia
    $1000 5
A shrewish person or a predatory mythological monster with a bird's body & a maiden's face

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tobe Catherine John
$6,000 $6,400 $7,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Marietta, Ohio, made capital of the Northwest Territory in 1788, was named after this person

Final scores:

Tobe Catherine John
$7,600 $400 $2,399
3-day champion: $34,801 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tobe Catherine John
$5,600 $6,400 $7,400
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
0 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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Game tape date: 1991-03-11
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