Show #1843 - Wednesday, September 16, 1992

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Missing prizes.


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Jose Gracia-Medrano, an accountant and musician from Covina, California

Teresa Anderson, an accounts receivable clerk originally from Deerfield, Illinois

Diane O'Keefe, a hospital librarian from Southgate, Michigan (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
If this bird hadn't been introduced, today you might be eating KFC, Kentucky Fried Cod
    $100 7
This 7-foot-1-inch athlete is nicknamed "The Stilt"
    $100 13
Christopher Wren authorized or made designs for more than 50 churches in this city
    $100 18
The Weddell seal, which can remain underwater for over 40 minutes, is native to this continent
    $100 1
Fittingly, the emblem found on this badge is a camera; say cheese!
    $100 22
According to Britannica,
an experienced Eskimo can build one of these homes in 1 to 2 hours
    $200 9
If these green items hadn't come over, martini drinkers would be hard pressed for a garnish
    $200 8
Nickname given to the legion of fans who follow golfer Arnold Palmer around the course
    $200 14
The Temple of the Warriors at Chichen Itza in this country features feathered serpent columns
    $200 19
A Maasai bull, slightly under 20 feet in height, was the tallest recorded mammal of this type
    $200 2
For the Books badge, Scouts are encouraged to visit this establishment or volunteer to work at one
    $200 23
Jim Backus was famous for playing the voice of this myopic cartoon character
    $300 10
Columbus brought this sweet crop to the Caribbean where plantations were set up to grow it
    $300 28
This tennis player's court histrionics earned him the nickname "Superbrat"
    $300 15
Gargoyles are most associated with this style of architecture
    $300 20
Named for mountains in Southwestern France, this great dog was used to guard sheep
    $300 3
To earn the Textiles & Fibers badge, a scout can learn types of these, like the clove hitch
    $300 24
It's something forbidden or prohibited, usually by religious or social convention
    $400 11
This lawn weed with a crustacean name arrived from the Old World
    $400 29
Nickname of football star Elroy Hirsch
    $400 16
Style whose name comes from French words for "stonework" & "shells", rocaille & coquille
    $400 21
This striped rodent, Tamia striatus, carries food in cheek pouches & is classified as a ground squirrel
    $400 4
Scouts going for the Art in the Round badge have a chance to learn this Japanese art of paper folding
    $400 25
Derived from a Spanish word, it's another name for a cowboy
    $500 12
When green & tender, this African vegetable is used to thicken soup
    $500 30
This Boston Bruins center was called "The Garbage Man"
    $500 17
On a castle, a turret is a small one of these, usually forming part of a larger structure
    $500 27
About 3' tall at the shoulder, the Dama species is the largest of these graceful antelopes
    DD: $400 5
To earn the Girl Scouting in the USA badge, one must read & learn about this Girl Scouts founder
    $500 26
It's the seat of Western Michigan University

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Diane Teresa Jose
$1,500 $300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Teresa Jose
$3,200 $2,000 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 23
While ice cream came from the Old World, these 2 most popular flavorings came from the New
    $200 21
In his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus warned of false prophets which come to you in this clothing
    $200 8
It was the only battleship permanently lost in the attack on Pearl Harbor
    $200 2
An archaic phrase, "alack the day", gave rise to this word meaning "lacking spirit"
    $200 16
Both Robert Louis Stevenson & Sir Walter Scott were born in this Scottish capital
    $200 1
He was nicknamed "The Wielder of the Big Stick"
    $400 24
Both the bell & chili varieties of these were taken to Europe
    $400 22
The book of 2 Chronicles says it was on Mount Moriah that he built his temple
    $400 9
This nation in the British Isles was the only member of the British Commonwealth to stay out of WWII
    $400 3
This Australian mammal gets its name from the Greek for "flat-footed"
    $400 17
Her career as a children's book writer & illustrator effectively ended with her marriage in 1913
    $400 4
In the 1840s, all 4 of this president's grandparents left Kentucky for what's now Kansas City, Mo.
    $600 25
Catherine the Great pushed this as an antidote to famine & vodka soon followed
    $600 28
In Exodus, it's the 10th & final plague brought upon Egypt
    $600 10
On June 6, 1944, the armies of Operation Overlord stormed ashore at this region in N.W. France
    $600 13
This consomme was named for the city of Madrid
    $600 18
Contemptuous of "Peter Pan", he wrote "Androcles & the Lion" to show Barrie "how it's done"
    $600 5
In his Mar. 4, 1901 inaugural address, he said that the US & Cuba must remain close friends
    $800 26
Columbus took back this vegetable, calling it most tasty boiled, roasted or ground into flour
    $800 29
In every listing in the New Testament of Jesus' female followers, she is mentioned first
    $800 11
On Sept. 28, 1939, Germany & this country signed a treaty dividing Poland between them
    $800 14
The name of this muse of dancing comes from 2 Greek words for "delight" & "dance"
    $800 19
In Hampstead, Britain, you can visit the garden where he heard the nightingale that inspired his ode
    $800 6
After serving as US President, he became rector of the University of Virginia in 1826
    $1000 27
Since the Ital. "pomodoro" means "golden apple", the 1st of these to reach Eur. were probably yellow
    DD: $200 30
The 7th & 8th books of the New Testament are Paul's epistles to these Greek Christians
    $1000 12
Located 1,300 miles N.W. of Hawaii, it was the site of a major American naval victory
over Japan in '42
    DD: $600 15
This adjective for a melancholy disposition comes from the planet which is said to cause that temperament
    $1000 20
He took the title of his novel, "The Razor's Edge", from the Katha Upanishad, a Hindu text
    $1000 7
In 1833, this president forced removal of the federal deposits from the vaults of the Bank of the U.S.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Teresa Jose
$9,200 $8,400 $2,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This dictator's original surname was Al-Tikriti

Final scores:

Diane Teresa Jose
$1,500 $3,400 $1
2nd place New champion: $3,400 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Diane Teresa Jose
$10,700 $8,400 $2,000
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W
16 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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Game tape date: 1992-07-21
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