Show #1576 - Monday, June 10, 1991

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Dick Woodward, a business development manager from Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey

Mark Strauch, a molecular biologist originally from South Bend, Indiana

Tobe Benz, a business executive from Germantown, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
This character mistook windmills for giants, hence the phrase "to tilt at windmills"
    $100 1
This song from "The Caddy" & "Moonstruck" begins,
"When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie"
    $100 8
Abstract expressionist Franz Kline usually painted black designs on a background of this color
    $100 15
These shoe features can be French, Cuban, or spike
    $100 19
In Roman Catholicism, she's called the "Queen of all Saints"
    $100 10
It's impossible to be victorious at every attempt
    $200 7
Thackeray used the phrase "mad as a hatter" before this author popularized it
    $200 2
He introduced Johnny Mercer's "Something's Gotta Give" in the film "Daddy Long Legs"
    $200 9
One of his 1962 works is titled "Big Torn Campbell's Soup Can Vegetable Beef"
    $200 22
The bolero, which is usually worn open, originated in this country
    $200 20
Saint Methodius doesn't get much credit for creating the Slavic alphabet with this saint, his brother
    $200 11
Leap over a pistol
    $300 24
A children's story about a girl proud of her footwear gave us this synonym for a goody goody
    DD: $500 3
1978 hit movie with the following "Love Theme":

[Instrumental theme plays.]
    $300 14
Gustav Klimt was the leading Austrian exponent of this new style that featured
sinuous lines
    $300 23
Type of evening wrap, whose name is from the Greek for "robe", not for "theft" as its name implies
    $300 21
The 40 martyrs of England & Wales were Catholics; most of whom were executed during her reign
    $300 16
Bottom guy carved into an Indian symbolic post
    $400 25
The title of this 1929 Thomas Wolfe novel comes from John Milton's poem, "Lycidas"
    $400 4
Andy Williams saying that these "laugh & run away like a child at
    $400 13
The Art Institute of Chicago sells tote bags decorated with his famous water lilies
    $400 29
The extended part of a wedding gown skirt that trails behind the wearer
    $400 26
What were thought to be his relics were brought to Venice in 829
    $400 17
Simian view; simian execute
    $500 28
The phrase "Ships that pass in the night" is from his "Tales of a Wayside Inn"
    $500 5
George Dunning composed the music for the "Picnic" theme; this talk show host wrote the words
    $500 12
"Prisoners from the Front" is one of many Winslow Homer paintings depicting scenes from this war
    $500 27
He is patron saint of chorea sufferers as well as dancers
    $500 18
All the flowers are emerging American Beauties

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

Tobe Mark Dick
$200 -$200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tobe Mark Dick
$1,500 $1,800 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Beginning in 1972, this city's residents could take the new BART to the new Transamerica Pyramid
    $200 13
The name of this genus of birds comes from the Latin "aureolus", meaning yellow or golden
    $200 16
Not to be worn, a Singapore sling is one of these
    $200 1
Clothing lines sold by her company include Lizwear & Lizsport
    $200 10
Some say Czar Alexander I of this country faked his own death, assumed a new identity, & moved to Siberia
    $200 14
Captured by tiny humans, Gulliver is taken to Mildendo, the capital of this country
    $400 4
In 1948, he turned over command of the U.S. Army and became president of Columbia University
    $400 21
In ancient Greece, this bird was associated with Athena, the goddess of wisdom
    $400 17
Checking a map, you'll find Singapore is just a little over one degree north of this line
    $400 6
In 1946, the Southland Corporation renamed their Totem Stores this for their hours of operation
    $400 11
Prince Albert of this country, brother of King Baudouin, married an Italian princess in 1959
    $400 15
Oceania is the totalitarian state run by the Inner Party & Big Brother in this novel
    $600 5
In 1968, the US Naval Intelligence ship Pueblo was captured by this country
    DD: $600 25
The scientific name of this American bird means "many-tongued mimic"
    $600 18
In 1819, Sir Stamford Raffles established a base for this British company on the island
    $600 7
Originally, a farm equipment firm, by 1924 it was the leading maker of washing machines
    $600 26
This country's King Manuel I launched Vasco de Gama on his voyage around Africa in 1497
    $600 22
Joseph Heller created the island of Pianosa for this novel, set during World War II
    $800 12
He & Floyd Bennett made the first flight over the North Pole in 1926 in a Fokker-Tri-Motor
    $800 29
This flightless bird of Brazil & Argentina can outrun a horse
    $800 19
Singapore is classified as one of these, meaning goods can be unloaded, stored & reshipped without duty fees
    $800 8
This company is a leader not only in consumer credit reports, but in car seat belts & airbags as well
    $800 27
The 11th Egyptian ruler named this, killed his wife; then an angry mob killed him
    DD: $1,000 23
The play "Our Town" centers on two families living in this typical New England town
    $1000 3
This leader of a slave rebellion was hanged November 11, 1831
    $1000 30
It's feared that the ivory-billed species of this bird is now extinct in the United States
    $1000 20
Independence came in 1965 when it seceded from this country to which it's linked by a causeway
    $1000 9
The "Excedrin Headache" is among the ad campaigns to come from the agency of Young & this man
    $1000 28
King Carol II of this Eastern European country was known for his scandalous private life
    $1000 24
In a 1974 bestseller James Michener traced the roots of this fictional town in Colorado

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tobe Mark Dick
$2,100 $7,400 $3,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Its name translates to "capital city" & for Japan it was, from 794 to 1868

Final scores:

Tobe Mark Dick
$100 $7,601 $7,585
3rd place New champion: $7,601 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tobe Mark Dick
$2,600 $7,400 $4,800
12 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,800

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Game tape date: 1991-03-12
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