Show #1592 - Tuesday, July 2, 1991

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Molly Redfield, a Ph.D. candidate from Claremont, California

Garrison Osburn, a travel agent from Dallas, Texas

Mark Wasley, a computer consultant from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $47,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
Congress approved not a one, not a two, but $500,000 to renovate this bandleader's birthplace
    $100 17
Every time the boy cried this, the villagers came to help him until he was really in trouble
    $100 16
This London intersection may have gotten its name from the lace collars or pickadels sold there
    $100 1
Victims of heart disease tend to have high levels of this fatty compound in their blood
    $100 9
Pfeffernusse are Christmas cookies whose name comes from this ingredient unusual in cookies
    $100 3
The words Nanette hates to hear in the title song of the 1923 musical
    $200 27
Rolling Stone reported this group's album went gold in one week, though you could buy it only at Pizza Huts
    $200 18
In some versions, he's quoted as saying "Slow & steady wins the race"
    $200 19
You can take a 1,000-mile excursion on this river from Belem to Manaus
    $200 2
What we call the common one can be caused by some 200 different viruses
    $200 10
In Monopoly these two rolls of the dice can be made only by getting doubles
    $200 5
It's what The Everly Brothers said to love in the title of their first Top 10 hit
    $300 28
Hours after this man resigned, a surprised Gorbachev said he had been planning to make
him vice president
    $300 23
It was killed to get all the gold it could give, but when opened, it had nothing inside
    $300 20
To make a local telephone call in this European country deposit 150 zloty & dial
    $300 4
To steady an irregular heartbeat, a surgeon may implant one of these devices
    $300 11
The home of the Williamson West Virginia Chamber of Commerce has walls made of this fuel
    $300 6
The university's fight song urges us to do this for old Notre Dame
    $400 29
Among the colors retired from its 64 count box were raw umber, orange yellow, & violet blue
    $400 24
2-word phrase for something disparaged because it's beyond one's reach, from an Aesop fable
    $400 21
In this European country, ice cream stores are called gelaterias
    $400 14
In the U.S. the blood type indicated by this letter is most common
    $400 12
The fold of cloth that covers a garment fastening such as a zipper
    $400 7
The Mamas & the Papas found this day so good to me, it was in their title twice
    $500 30
Two of the three men who were world heavyweight boxing champs in 1990
    DD: $1,000 25
After pretending to be one of these, the jay was told it is not only fine feathers that make fine birds
    $500 22
One of the highlights in visiting this kingdom is Everest National Park
    $500 15
Alcoholism & viral hepatitis are responsible for most cases of this liver disease in the United States
    $500 13
A Tuskegee Alabama monument shows this educator lifting the veil of ignorance from a freed slave
    $500 8
The title noise the Nash Rambler makes in the 1958 novelty tune

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Mark Garrison Molly
$600 $2,200 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Garrison Molly
$1,800 $2,300 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
In this autobiographical novel Dickens based Mr. Micawber on his own father
    $200 6
It can be defined as action taken to prevent harm to one's property as well as one's person
    $200 1
In French, it not only means the art of cooking but the kitchen where one does it
    $200 22
This hook-shaped peninsula was named for the fish caught off its shores
    $200 12
In 1976, Pol Pot became prime minister of the new communist government in this country
    $200 17
Newsman & "Nightline" host who was born in Lancashire, England
    DD: $2,500 8
The two countries that fought the war in "War and Peace"
    $400 24
Meaning "under penalty", it is a writ commanding one's appearance in court
    $400 2
This state's name means "snow covered" in Spanish; its Sierra Mountains look like that each winter
    $400 23
This National Football League team plays its home games in Foxboro
    $400 13
17th century explorers found ruins of the Norse settlement founded by Erik the Red here around 985
    $400 18
Anna Magnani & Omar Sharif were both born in this second largest city in Egypt
    $600 9
His fictional bios include "Lust for Life" about van Gogh and "The Agony & the Ecstasy" about
    $600 25
A criminal's accomplice, before the fact or after the fact
    $600 3
This word placed after the name is the Japanese equivalent of Mr., Miss & Mrs.
    $600 28
Every year on the third Sunday in April, lanterns are hung in this Boston building steeple
    $600 14
Driven out of China by the Mongols in the 13th century, they came back in 1644 & established the Qing Dynasty
    $600 19
Born in Petrovichi, USSR, he has written over 300 books including "I, Robot"
    $800 10
In the 1975 E.L. Doctorow novel, Coalhouse Walker plays this title type of music
    $800 26
It refers to someone who would stoop to settling on someone else's land without permission
    $800 4
The profession of a German "Kapellmeister"
    DD: $5,000 29
The 2 U.S. presidents in the second half of this century born in Massachusetts
    $800 15
Sir Martin Frobisher was encouraged by Elizabeth I to conduct a search for this route
    $800 20
He was born in Lynchburg, Virginia & founded the Thomas Road Baptist Church there
    $1000 11
Just like magic,
"Hocus Pocus" became a bestseller for him in 1990
    $1000 27
From the Latin for "to change", it's not a pardon, but a change that lessens the severity of a sentence
    $1000 5
It means "dark chamber" in Latin, especially the one in which inverted images can be seen
    $1000 30
You can ride the USA's oldest operating carousel when visiting this island, the state's largest
    $1000 16
Chilean army general who led the coup that overthrew Allende
    $1000 21
Though we don't know where he lives now,
this "Gravity's Rainbow" author was born in Glen Cove, New York

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Garrison Molly
$6,600 $900 $10,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This survivor of WWII's Bataan Death March went on to become a world leader

Final scores:

Mark Garrison Molly
$0 $2 $8,100
3rd place: Maytag Jetclean dishwasher + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger 2nd place: Orrefors stemware + Michael C. Fina 5-piece buffet service + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger New champion: $8,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Garrison Molly
$6,600 $5,900 $8,100
17 R,
1 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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Game tape date: 1991-03-19
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