Show #1336 - Monday, May 28, 1990

Richard Neale game 5.


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Jim Vichench, a railroad clerk from Brooklyn, New York

Dan Sadoff, a veterinarian from Saint Paul, Minnesota

Richard Neale, a taxpayer service representative from Concord, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $56,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
You can punch in the chapter & verse you want in the hand-held computer version of this book now available
    $100 2
This director said he followed the format of "Anna Karenina" in writing "Hannah and Her Sisters"
    $100 8
The finest of these red gems, July's birthstone, are found in Burma
    $100 4
Formerly a long narrative about chivalric heroes, today it's a love story
    $100 1
In addition to the city, a national forest & a fort in Texas are named for him
    $100 19
This is said to be put on by a ponderer
    $200 15
Maya Lin, the architect of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, designed one for this movement in Montgomery, Al.
    $200 3
This late director-choreographer married Mary-Ann Niles, Joan McCracken & Gwen Verdon
    $200 9
Botanically speaking, it's the female, seed-bearing part of a flower, not a weapon
    $200 23
Words that sound the same but have different meanings are called this
    $200 13
In 1901 this was discovered at Spindletop
    $200 24
1 of the basic silhouettes from which women's hats are derived, it's all wound up
    $300 16
Paul Tagliabue succeeded Pete Rozelle as commissioner of this league
    $300 5
Italian who directed "Once Upon a Time in the West" and "Once Upon a Time in America"
    $300 10
The adrenal glands are found on top of this pair of organs
    $300 25
Style of writing in which the writer is outside of the action
    $300 20
1 of the 2 men born in Texas who were vice presidents of the United States
    $300 28
For masons, it holds cement; for grads, a tassel
    $400 17
In 1989 Money Magazine & Places Rated Almanac listed this N.W. city as the best U.S. city in which to live
    $400 6
He directed Joanne Woodward in "Rachel, Rachel" on film & "The Shadow Box" on TV
    $400 11
The "blood" variety of this is known as black pudding
    $400 26
A short poem describing rural life, its name sounds a bit inactive
    $400 21
The third largest city in Texas is named after this saint of Padua, Italy
    $400 29
In cricket a bowler who took this many wickets in the same number of balls got a free hat--hence hat trick
    $500 18
This champion of the Prague Spring reforms was elected Speaker of Parliament in Czechoslovakia
    $500 7
Norman Jewison, Arthur Hiller & Mack Sennett were all born in this country
    $500 12
Elizabeth II was visiting this continent when she found out that she had become queen
    $500 27
Type of monologue in which a character describes his thoughts & feelings
    DD: $1,900 22
With over 1,400, including 1 built jointly by Dallas & Fort Worth, Texas has more of these than any state
    $500 30
Wearing Perseus' Helmet of Hades rendered you this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Richard Dan Jim
$500 $2,100 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Dan Jim
$800 $4,100 $4,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1755 the first opera house in this Portuguese capital was leveled by an earthquake
    $200 13
Gold coin first minted in Florence in 1252, named not for Florence but after the Italian for "flower"
    $200 18
Published in 1742, "The Complete Housewife" was the first of this type of book in the U.S.
    $200 27
"Double Exposure" is a ballet based on this "picturesque" Oscar Wilde novel
    $200 2
This country's prime minister Charles Haughey is a son-in-law of it's former prime minister Sean Lemass
    $200 7
In 1961 he described himself as "the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris"
    $400 3
This city was famous for it's linen years before becoming the capital of Northern Irealnd
    $400 14
Foreign Minister from 1936-43, Galeazzo Ciano was a son-in-law of this man, who had him executed in 1944
    $400 22
"Lady Sings the Blues" is her autobiography
    $400 30
The battement is this specific movement, & can be high or low
    $400 9
Sirimavo Bandaranaike was elected P.M. of Ceylon in 1960, 1 year after this relative was assassinated
    $400 8
Some 100,000 people were on hand to greet him at Le Bourget Airport in 1927
    $600 4
Some of the architecture in this Liberian capital is reminiscent of the southern U.S.
    $600 15
19th century guerilla fighter whose "red shirts" fought for the "risorgimento", or resurrection, of Italy
    $600 23
Her 1970 book "Sexual Politics" was quite popular among feminists
    $600 29
Last name of American Indian ballerinas Marjorie & Maria, who are sisters
    DD: $1,700 10
She had never held public office before becoming Prime Minister of Pakistan
    $600 19
All of Paris adored this U.S. Minister to France, who served from 1778-85
    $800 5
The Grand Ducal Palace in this city is the ceremonial residence of Grand Duke Jean
    DD: $3,400 16
In the middle ages the Ghibillines supported the Holy Roman Emperor & the Guelphs supported him
    $800 24
Piers Paul Read story of 1974 that was subtitled "The Story of the Andes Survivors"
    $800 28
In 1989 this Soviet-born dancer resigned as dance director of the Paris Opera Ballet
    $800 11
David Lange, former P.M. of this island country, is famous for his anti-nuclear politics
    $800 20
While living in poverty in Paris, Henry Miller was inspired to write this, his first published work
    $1000 6
In former years pearl diving was important to the economy of this capital of the United Arab Emirates
    $1000 17
He was canonized 2 years after his death in 1226 &, with Catherine of Sienna, is Italy's patron saint
    $1000 25
In "Being and Nothingness", his 1943 philosophical work, he investigated the nature of existence
    $1000 26
The Ballets Russes disbanded after this impresario died in 1929
    $1000 12
This country's prime minister Hendrik F. Verwoerd was stabbed to death in 1966
    $1000 21
They entertained everyone from Ezra Pound to Picasso at their studio at 27 rue de Fleurus

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Dan Jim
$8,200 $8,300 $11,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

London's College of Heralds granted this American college a coat of arms in 1694

Final scores:

Richard Dan Jim
$0 $0 $5,800
3rd place: a pedal boat + a Nintendo Entertainment System 2nd place: a trip to Orlando and cruise New champion: $5,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Richard Dan Jim
$5,600 $8,300 $8,700
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
22 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $22,600

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Game tape date: 1990-01-29
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