Show #1591 - Monday, July 1, 1991

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Hyman Sisman, a lawyer originally from Montreal, Canada

Joanne McPortland, a textbook editor from Los Angeles, California

Mark Wasley, a computer consultant from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $32,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Famous nickname of the revolutionary born Ernesto Guevara de la Serna
    $100 21
17th century men's rhinegraves breaches were trimmed with these, which you may tie around gifts
    $100 26
The Yankees all time winning pitcher Edward Ford is best known by this nickname
    $100 7
This anthropologist followed up "Coming of Age in Samoa" with "Growing Up in New Guinea"
    $100 16
Her brother Bubba was one of her Pips
    $100 1
Copying another author's work & claiming it as your own
    $200 11
Feodor Chaliapin, the son of a peasant, was one of the most famous opera singers born
in this country
    $200 22
In the 18th century, the Phrygian cap of ancient times was revived as this revolution's red cap of liberty
    $200 27
The Salt Palace is home to this NBA team
    $200 8
This president's son Elliot wrote about his experiences as an aid to his father in 1946's
"As He Saw It"
    $200 17
Anita in Broadway's "West Side Story", she was born Dolores Conchita Figueroa del Rivero
    $200 2
Transparent solid used to separate white light into its spectrum
    $300 12
This octogenarian South Carolina senator is married to a former beauty queen who is 44 years his junior
    $300 23
These darn people of ancient Etruria
introduced the tunic or tunica to the Romans
    $300 28
The skins game is not played by the Washington Redskins, but by players in this sport
    $300 9
Märchen, which are folktales with elements of magic, were popularized by these two German
    $300 18
As executive producer of "The Party Machine",
this hip talk show host is Nia People's boss
    $300 3
The process of casting out demons as Regan, Linda Blair, went through one
    $400 13
This man, for whom Delaware was named, died in 1618, a possible victim of poisoning
    $400 24
These circular supports sewn into some farthingales were made of wire, wood, or whale bone
    $400 29
In 1988, Canada's Kurt Browning became the first ever to land a clean quadruple jump in this winter sport
    $400 10
This author of "A Brief History of Time" has been called "The Supernova of World Physics"
    $400 19
Early in their careers, these female singers
dropped their last name, Sarkisian and Ciccone
    $400 4
A behavioral trait like Rodney Dangerfield, straightening his tie
    $500 14
This founder of a U.S. museum complex was the illegitimate son of the first Duke of Northumberland
    $500 25
The uraeus, a stylized representation of this sacred animal appeared on Egyptian headdresses
    $500 30
This backup quarterback led the New York Giants to a 20-19 victory in Super Bowl 25
    DD: $700 15
In 1859, Richard Henry Dana added a final chapter to this book, first published in 1840
    $500 20
This "Forever and Ever, Amen" singer won the Best Male Country Vocalist Grammy for 1987 & 1988
    $500 5
This term for aggressive patriotism comes from a 19th century music hall song

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

Mark Joanne Hyman
$1,100 $2,400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Joanne Hyman
$2,400 $3,400 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The Battle of the Bulge was the last major German offensive on the Western Front in this war
    $200 2
The title of a 1960 film, "La Dolce Vita", means the sweet life in this language
    $200 11
Number one in wine production, one of its nicknames is "The Grape State"
    $200 16
In an 1892 song, Harry Dacre implored her,
"give me your answer,
    $200 21
Running the length of your back, it controls reflex actions in the body
    $200 26
Appropriately, International Children's Book Day is celebrated on April 2, the birthday of this author
    $400 3
At the height of this battle, Admiral Nelson was struck down by a sharp shooter
    $400 6
In writing German, this is done to all nouns,
whether or not they are proper
    DD: $2,800 12
In 1668, Jacques Marquette founded Sault Ste. Marie, the first European settlement in this state
    $400 17
In "Horse Feathers", he said, "I'd horse whip you,
if I had a horse"
    DD: $2,400 22
This one of the 12 cranial nerves connects to the rods & the cone
    $400 27
In 1984, this comic & pianist celebrated his 75th birthday with an engagement at Carnegie Hall
    $600 4
In 1968, Saigon & Hue suffered heavy attacks
in an offensive launch during this new year's celebration
    $600 7
Erin islanders in Galway Bay are subsidized by the government for speaking this language
    $600 13
Orval Faubus was the only governor of this state to serve 6 terms
    $600 18
He was quoted by Playboy as saying, "I've committed adultery in my heart many times"
    $600 23
It's the other name for a nerve cell
    $600 28
She returned to Denmark in 1931 after her Kenyan coffee plantation started losing money
    $800 5
Soon after this pair fled from the Battle of Actium,
their forces surrendered
    $800 8
This, not Hebrew, was the everyday language of Jesus & his disciples
    $800 14
This New England state has the lowest percentage of city dwellers of any U.S. state
    $800 19
"Home is heaven & orgies are vile, but you need an orgy once in a while"
    $800 24
The largest part of the brain is the cerebrum & this is the term for its surface
    $800 29
Philosopher who said, "Life can only be understood backwards but it must be lived forward"
    $1000 10
Six weeks after the Alamo siege, Santa Anna was captured in this battle
    $1000 9
Frederick Mistral, who won a 1904 Nobel Literature Prize, wrote in this language of Southern France
    $1000 15
The Old Man of the Mountain in this state's White Mountains is on its emblem
    $1000 20
A famous Variety headline about the 1929 stock market crash said, "Wall Street" does this
    $1000 25
Levodopa or L-dopa is used to treat this disease, a neurological disorder
    $1000 30
At his death in 1600, this astronomer left his observational data to his assistant Johannes Kepler

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Joanne Hyman
$9,400 $2,800 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

By custom, presidents add these 4 words to the constitutionally dictated oath of office

Final scores:

Mark Joanne Hyman
$15,000 $5,600 $14,000
3-day champion: $47,400 3rd place: Braun kitchen appliances + Nintendo Entertainment System with Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy! & Fisher Price preschool + Wheel of Fortune for Game Boy 2nd place: trip on Delta to San Francisco & stay at the Savoy Hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Joanne Hyman
$10,200 $2,600 $7,000
26 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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Game tape date: 1991-03-19
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