Show #1936 - Monday, January 25, 1993

Diane Siegel game 1.


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Diane Siegel, a homemaker from Northridge, California

Terry Seningen, a casualty claims supervisor from New Castle, Delaware

John den Dulk, a travel agent from Berkeley, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $31,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
This city replaced Golden as territorial capital in 1867
    $100 4
This trademark lion, alluded to in the TNT miniseries "When the Lion Roars", first roared on screen in 1928
    $100 1
Add 1 letter to pizza & you'll have this Italian term for a public square
    $100 26
BYOB should stand for "bring your own" one of these--a net or cloth one is perfect for shopping
    $100 12
This ex-British PM received South Africa's highest award for a foreigner in 1991, the Order of Good Hope
    $100 17
Chrome is the shorter name of this metal, or any of various alloys containing it
    $200 22
This, not sugarcane, is the source of sugar produced in Colorado
    $200 8
In its heyday MGM boasted of having "more stars than there are" here
    $200 2
It's German for a noisy ghost
    $200 27
The Nature Conservancy plans to add Buffalo to this Sooner State's Tallgrass Prairie Preserve
    $200 13
A committee chosen by the Norwegian Parliament is responsible for awarding this Nobel Prize
    $200 18
The oldest form of iron known, it's popularly used to make gates, fences & railings
    $300 23
A 1991 spill of this from a Coors plant into Clear Creek killed an estimated 17,000 fish
    $300 9
In 1974 MGM celebrated its golden anniversary with the premiere of this musical anthology
    $300 5
This Hindi word for prince is ultimately derived from rex, the Latin word for king
    $300 28
In England it's illegal to disturb these flying mammals during their breeding season
    $300 14
For over 30 years the Village Voice has sponsored these awards for off-Broadway theatre
    $300 19
Iridium, one of the hardest metals, is noted for being the most resistant to this condition
    $400 24
This popular ski resort, the seat of Pitkin County, was once a silver-mining center
    $400 10
During the funeral of this young executive in 1936, the studio closed down for the only time in its history
    $400 6
This Aboriginal word used in "Waltzing Matilda" refers to a stagnant pool or backwater
    $400 29
The Marine Mammal Center near Sausalito in this state rescues & cares for sick seals & sea lions
    $400 15
For his civil rights work, this retired Supreme Court justice was recently awarded a Liberty Medal
    $400 20
The Romans called this metal cyprium for the island of Cyprus, their main source
    $500 25
This national park whose name is Spanish for "green table" contains Indian cliff dwellings
    $500 11
In "Pretty Ladies", her first MGM film, this actress appeared under her real name, Lucille Le Sueur
    $500 7
This 3-word French phrase is used to mean the ultimate, or the featured dish of a meal
    $500 30
This organization, abbreviated WWF, plans to found a marine park on Belize's barrier reef
    DD: $1,100 16
Winners of the Bollingen Prize for this form of literature have included Marianne Moore & Howard Nemerov
    $500 21
Prestal, which can be molded like plastic, is an alloy of zinc & this light metal

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

John Terry Diane
$700 $700 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Terry Diane
$1,900 $1,600 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Between 1905 & 1908 Sven Anders Hedin became the 1st European to make a detailed map of this Himalayan country
    $200 9
In Edmonton, Alberta the Eskimos play football, the Trappers play baseball & the Oilers play this
    $200 16
This breaking causes the "baby, cradle and all" to come down
    $200 21
Although they never breathed fire, some extinct species did have wingspans of up to 2 1/2 feet
    $200 4
This country's Pahlavi Dynasty had 2 rulers, Reza Shah & Muhammad Reza Shah
    $200 26
The only literary property Wilde wrote after being in prison was this "Ballad"
    $400 2
Exploring the American SW around 1701, Jesuit Eusebio Kino proved this was a peninsula
    $400 10
The Arabic name for this Moroccan city is Fas
    $400 17
"Bye, baby bunting, daddy's gone a-" this
    $400 22
Named for the animals they feed on, species of this insect include dog, cat, rat & rabbit
    $400 5
All of this country's emperors from Jimmu to Akihito, have belonged to the same dynasty
    $400 27
On Broadway in 1992, Sheryl Lee of "Twin Peaks" gave a thinly-veiled performance in this title role
    $600 3
The Fram, a ship built by Fridtjof Nansen to explore the Arctic, was used by this Antarctic explorer
    $600 11
At least 5 million people in this country's Assam state speak Assamese
    $600 18
In the "Nantucket Lullaby", Father's out seeking one of these roving large mammals
    $600 23
Encyclopedia Americana calls these disease- carrying insects the most dangerous to man's health
    $600 6
Lords & princes of this dynasty have reigned in Monaco since 1297
    $600 28
He wrote, "Questions are never indiscreet." These "sometimes are."
    $800 14
The highest hill on the island where the St. Lawrence & Ottawa Rivers meet was named Mont Real by him
    $800 12
The National Mosque is one of the most impressive landmarks in this Malaysian capital
    $800 19
The words to a German song were later added to this composer's 1868 music to create his famous "Lullaby"
    $800 24
A number of social wasps are called this, after their colorful markings
    DD: $2,000 7
This British dynasty was interrupted by the Commonwealth & restored with Charles II in 1660
    $800 29
Mad at his son Alfred Douglas' relationship with Wilde, this marquess wanted to box Wilde's ears
    $1000 15
Louis Hennepin's claim to have traveled down the Mississippi before this explorer was soon discredited
    $1000 13
The 2 colors you'll find on the flags of Denmark & Poland
    $1000 20
This composer put Hansel & Gretel to sleep with the lullaby "The Little Sandman Am I"
    $1000 25
The thistle or painted lady is probably the most widespread one in the world
    $1000 8
Puyi was the last emperor of this last Chinese dynasty
    DD: $300 30
Its preface begins, "The artist is the creator of beautiful things"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Terry Diane
$7,000 $3,800 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1992 it missed its 1st Monday Night Football opener in 23 yrs.; it was in Miami transmitting relief messages

Final scores:

John Terry Diane
$13,999 $7,600 $14,400
2nd place: Keller dining furniture + Michael C. Fina china 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis New champion: $14,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Terry Diane
$8,400 $3,800 $6,200
28 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R,
0 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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Game tape date: 1992-10-26
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