Suggest correction - #1705 - 1992-01-17

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    $100 11
A Hokkaido cocktail calls for gin, triple sec & this fermented rice beverage

Show #1705 - Friday, January 17, 1992


Kyle Osburn, an electronics sales associate from Saint Louis, Missouri

Nancy Greene, a reference librarian from Indianapolis, Indiana

Walter Mayes, a publisher sales representative from San Francisco, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $33,201)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 24
Tadpoles have these for respiration, frogs don't
    $100 6
In 1989 this band celebrated the 20th anniversary of "Tommy" with a series of special performances
    $100 19
This pianist had a customized car covered with rhinestones; you can see it at his Las Vegas museum
    $100 16
The soldiers who taunted Jesus put a crown of thorns on his head & gave him a robe of this color
    $100 1
"Th-th-that's all, folks"
    $100 11
A Hokkaido cocktail calls for gin, triple sec & this fermented rice beverage
    $200 25
Amphibians are the smallest living class of these backboned animals
    $200 7
This group's 1973 album "The Dark Side of the Moon" spent over 14 years on the Billboard charts
    $200 20
The noses are 20 feet long on this landmark that celebrated its 50th anniversary on July 4, 1991
    $200 17
Jesus fed the multitude with 5 loaves & this many fishes
    $200 2
"I'm smarter than the average bear"
    $200 12
Versions of this cocktail flavored with lemon include "Papaya" & "Singapore"
    $300 26
To control pests, this country put giant toads in cane fields & they became pests, like the rabbit fiasco
    $300 8
This Bruce Springsteen album produced seven top 10 singles
    $300 21
Tourists at Hershey's Chocolate World visitors center in this state often get kisses — Hershey's Kisses
    $300 18
Jude says that this archangel contended with the devil about the body of Moses
    $300 3
"Beep! Beep!"
    $300 13
Add this ingredient to a Black Russian & you'll have a White Russian
    $400 27
The "warts" on a toad's skin are actually these that "sweat out" poison
    $400 9
A descendant of the Duke of Wellington, Jeremy Clyde was one half of this famous duo
    $400 22
The John Wilkes Booth Escape Route Tour starts here & ends at the site of Garrett's Farm
    DD: $600 29
In John 17:12 this disciple is called "the son of perdition"
    $400 4
"Sufferin' Succotash"
    $400 14
To make a Bobby Burns cocktail, mix sweet vermouth, Benedictine & this liquor
    $500 28
Amphibians emerged from the sea during this period named for an English county
    $500 10
Before joining forces with Crosby & Nash, Neil Young & Stephen Stills were members of this group
    $500 23
The longest covered bridge in the U.S. connects Windsor, Vermont with Cornish in this Granite State
    $500 5
"Oh, my darling',
Oh, my darling',
Oh, my darling'
    $500 15
Root beer & peppermint are popular flavors of this liquor whose name is from the German for "mouthful"

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

Walter Nancy Kyle
$1,300 $1,800 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Walter Nancy Kyle
$3,000 $3,100 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
This nation takes its name from the Zambezi River, which provides part of its southern border
    $200 21
These 2-man U.S. vehicles, the 1st maneuverable manned spacecraft, were named for a sign of the zodiac
    $200 2
She wrote "Murder with Mirrors" & "The Mirror Crack'd"
    $200 1
Saint Margaret, a queen & patron saint of this country, died in Edinburgh in 1093
    $200 16
On March 9, 1864 he was promoted to Lieutenant General & given command of all the Union armies
    $400 12
Egypt's largest lake, it was named for the president who served from 1956 to 1970
    $400 22
In a 1984 Challenger mission, she became the 1st American woman to fly in space twice
    $400 3
Koko & Yum Yum are a pair of these pets that solve crimes in books by Lilian Jackson Braun
    $400 7
The Princesse de Lamballe, a confidante of this queen, was imprisoned with her & then beheaded
    $400 17
On September 2, 1864 Sherman sent Lincoln a short telegram, "So" this city "is ours, and fairly won"
    $600 13
Mangosuthu Buthelezi is chief of chiefs of this Bantu-speaking tribe of South Africa
    $600 23
The lunar module that landed the Apollo 11 astronauts on the moon was code named this
    $600 4
Tony Hillerman's detectives Jim Chee & Joe Leaphorn belong to this Indian tribe
    $600 8
This royal couple lived in the Netherlands before they became joint sovereigns of England in 1689
    $600 18
2 battles were fought at this small stream near Manassas Junction
    $600 26
Named for a river, this region of the Yukon was made famous by an 1896 gold strike
    $800 14
Of the 17 new nations created in Africa in 1960, 13 were former territories of this European power
    $800 24
In June 1963 she made 48 orbits of the Earth in the Vostok 6 space capsule
    $800 5
It followed "E is for Evidence", "F is for Fugitive" & "G is for Gumshoe"
    DD: $2,200 9
Name shared by 11 Byzantine emperors & 2 20th century kings of Greece
    $800 19
This April 1862 battle near Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee was named for a church on the battlefield
    $800 27
In the karat system, the percentage of gold in an alloy is denoted as a fraction of this number
    $1000 15
In the 1820s Rene Caillie became the first European to visit & return from this fabled village in Mali
    $1000 25
No longer in use, this 3-stage launch vehicle developed a thrust of over 7,500,000 pounds
    $1000 6
She wrote books on Dante, translated "The Divine Comedy" & created Lord Peter Wimsey
    $1000 10
As a child, Czar Alexander I was taken away from his parents & raised by this empress, his grandmother
    $1000 20
After the war, this Confederate vice president wrote a book about the war & became Georgia's governor
    DD: $700 28
Gold alloys containing this metal have a reddish tint

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Walter Nancy Kyle
$10,600 $5,200 $5,100
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

This verb meaning to consider carefully or weigh in the mind comes from Latin for "weight"

Final scores:

Walter Nancy Kyle
$10,401 $10,300 $10,199
3-day champion: $43,602 2nd place: Panasonic word processor + Baldwin brass desk accessories 3rd place: Verichron timepiece + Nintendo Entertainment System & games

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Walter Nancy Kyle
$9,200 $5,300 $5,100
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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