Suggest correction - #1521 - 1991-03-25

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    $500 14
Clyde is sentenced to death after the pregnant Roberta drowns in this T. Dreiser novel

Show #1521 - Monday, March 25, 1991

Tom Halpern game 2.
First 14 clues only.


Roz Jay, a housewife from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Michael Hairston, an accountant originally from Charleston, West Virginia

Tom Halpern, a researcher and writer from New York City, New York (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $15,201)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
After Mr. Hyde kills a member of Parliament, he reveals the secret of his dual identity to a friend
    $100 9
A small New England-style home with a gabled roof, named for a Massachusetts peninsula
    $100 1
Due to a scandal, Sosuke Uno lost his job as this country's prime minister
    $100 12
Born in New Orleans in 1911, she became the most famous gospel singer of her time
    $200 7
The vicious Mordaunt beheads King Charles I in "Twenty Years After", Dumas' sequel to this
    $200 10
Bats & bells both hang in this upper story of a church tower
    $200 2
Before her death in 1978, this Israeli said, "I forbid any eulogies or anything named for me"
    $300 8
Wang Lung has a concubine named Lotus & a pretty slave named Pear Blossom in this Pearl Buck novel
    $300 11
These accessories can be bulls-eye, bow or bay
    $300 3
This debonair Canadian, a former P.M., has written several books, including "Two Innocents in Red China"
    $400 13
Budgie, the title character of children's books writen by the Duchess of York, is one of these
    $400 5
In 1961 the Vatican excommunicated this Haitian president for harassing the clergy
    $500 14
Clyde is sentenced to death after the pregnant Roberta drowns in this T. Dreiser novel
    $500 6
In 1905 Prince Carl of Denmark was elected king of this Scandinavian country

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Tom Michael Roz
$1,700 $300 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Michael Roz
$1,700 $300 $100
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