Show #1975 - Friday, March 19, 1993

Debby Arnold game 5.


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Mary Maher, a L.A. area housing authority manager originally from Houston, Texas

Ed Kavazanjian, a civil engineer originally from Long Beach, New York

Debby Arnold, a registered nurse from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 4-day cash winnings total $43,103)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 25
Just months before George M. Cohan's death, this film about his life premiered
    $100 15
In the film "Snoopy, Come Home", Snoopy almost leaves this boy to live with Lila, his original owner
    $100 8
This Chicago airport is named for a WWII ace who was listed as missing in 1943
    $100 16
Mined in the Cumberland Plateau, the bituminous type of this is Tennessee's most valuable mineral
    $100 3
The god of this potent potable is celebrated with a bacchanalia
    $100 1
Nomads often head to one of these desert places to find a date
    $200 26
At an auction in New York, this sculptor's "The Thinker" sold for $9,500
    $200 22
Charles Schulz' son Monte's interest in WWI model airplanes inspired the strips about this Snoopy nemesis
    $200 9
Just prior to the 1984 Summer Olympics, this airport opened its Tom Bradley International terminal
    $200 17
In 1854 Tennessee's first railroad was completed between Nashville & this "choo-choo" city
    $200 4
The American Heritage Dictionary calls it an autumn festival emphasizing merrymaking & beer drinking
    $200 2
Counting from 1, it's the first number to fit the category
    $300 27
The Supreme Court ruled that divorces granted in this state were valid throughout the U.S.
    $300 23
You can meet Snoopy at Camp Snoopy, which opened at this California theme park on July 1, 1983
    $300 10
When it opened in 1939, this New York City airport was called North Beach Airport
    $300 18
Since the 1930s flooding of the Tennessee River has been controlled by dams built by this agency
    $300 5
It's a ceremonial dinner, or the type of hall in which it's held
    $300 12
It means to listen to a private conversation without the speakers' knowledge
    $400 28
On July 20 the first group of officers in this women's military unit began basic training in Iowa
    $400 24
Once, after a heavy snowstorm, Snoopy found that this little bird had built an igloo in his nest
    $400 11
An airport in Warm Springs, Georgia is named in memory of this president
    $400 20
Sue K. Hicks, assistant prosecutor in the Scopes Monkey Trial, later inspired this Johnny Cash hit
    $400 6
On the Mexican kids' TV show "TVO", Gaby Ruffo sings about this, Spanish for the party or festival
    $400 13
In 1983 this group featuring Annie Lennox hit No. 1 with "Sweet Dreams"
    DD: $800 29
To the dismay of many countrymen, he was named Minister- President of Norway
    $500 30
Snoopy wears sunglasses & a turtleneck in his guise as this BBOC, or big beagle on campus
    $500 19
This first man to break the sound barrier has an airport named for him in Charleston, West Virginia
    $500 21
Famous for its handicrafts, the resort town of Gatlinburg is located near the entrance to this nat'l park
    $500 7
A noisy celebration for a collection of Boy Scouts
    $500 14
In 1865 Wellington replaced this city as capital of New Zealand

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

Debby Ed Mary
$1,300 $200 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Debby Ed Mary
$2,800 $1,000 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
In 1775 Black patriots joined this rebel & his Green Mountain Boys in the capture of Fort Ticonderoga
    $200 21
The PC introduced by this giant in 1981 had parts from Intel & Microsoft
    $200 5
In Venezuela aluminum ranks second only to this as the most valuable export
    $200 1
It's the large landscape feature formed by a meteorite
    $200 10
In 1970 this Cosmopolitan editor offered her views on "Sex and the New Single Girl"
    $200 26
There are 4 copies of the 1215 charter: 1 each in Lincoln & Salisbury Cathedrals & 2 in this museum
    $400 13
In the 1830s Black bandleader Frank Johnson played for this queen at Buckingham Palace
    $400 22
In June 1987 Fawn Hall testified she remembered putting some phone logs & memos in this machine
    $400 7
With temperatures as low as -90° F., this Russian region is the world's coldest inhabited place
    $400 2
This soft metal is rarely found alone; it's usually extracted from galena
    $400 12
This bestselling author of "Jewels" & "Fine Things" has also written several children's books
    $400 27
The charter called for this with representation, something the American colonies later fought for
    $600 14
For advancements in agricultural chemistry, he received the 1923 Spingarn Medal
    $600 23
"Press for tacking" & "lift cap to load" are instructions on this desktop device
    $600 8
Madagascar leads the world in the production of this ice cream flavoring
    $600 3
Of the 3 main groups of rocks, this one is formed directly from magma
    $600 15
She began her first novel, "The Mysterious Affair at Styles", while working at a hospital during WWI
    $600 28
The First Clause grants this body freedom from government intervention
    DD: $600 16
In 1989 Coleman Young was elected to an unprecedented fifth term as mayor of this city
    $800 24
He developed the first dictation machine, which he called the graphophone
    $800 11
Amsterdam derives its name from a dam once built on this river
    $800 4
Scientists believe that from about the 1500s to the 1800s the Earth went through a little one of these ages
    $800 19
She dedicated the second edition of "Jane Eyre" to novelist William Makepeace Thackeray
    DD: $1,200 29
It was written in this language
    $1000 18
In 1982 Leontyne Price opened the Congress of the DAR with a concert honoring this contralto
    $1000 25
One of the first business "machines", it began as a flat stone with grooves in which pebbles were put to keep count
    $1000 17
It's the southernmost of the Central American countries
    $1000 6
It's the term for submarine elevations over 3,300'; they're found singly or in chains
    $1000 20
On winning his 1954 Nobel Prize, Ernest Hemingway said it should have gone to this "Beautiful" Danish writer instead

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Debby Ed Mary
$6,200 $5,400 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1971 Michael Collins was named director of this museum

Final scores:

Debby Ed Mary
-$99 $400 $12,601
3rd place: set of reference books + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis 2nd place: trip on TWA to Las Vegas & stay at the Flamingo Hilton New champion: $12,601

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Debby Ed Mary
$6,200 $6,000 $6,400
19 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,600

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Game tape date: 1992-11-18
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