Show #1252 - Tuesday, January 30, 1990


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Nancy Austin, a teacher from Ellicott City, Maryland

Bill Forman, a law student originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Terry Ragazzini, a homemaker from Wilton, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,601)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
The Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum displays Wyatt Earp's hand-drawn diagram of this 1881 shoot-out
    $100 1
In 1982 this former first lady became an editor at Doubleday & Co.
    $100 15
Sugarbaker's, an Atlanta interior decorating firm, is the setting for this CBS sitcom
    $100 26
You can spread it on your hot dog or put a plaster of it on your chest when you have a cold
    $100 2
His brother Raul is the 2nd most powerful government official in Cuba
    $100 9
    $200 8
Black Bart dropped his hanky while trying to rob one of these vehicles, which led to his capture
    $200 21
After 7 years of planning, this magazine published a condensed version of the Bible in 1982
    $200 16
People Magazine called Fred Savage, star of this ABC baby boomer series, "The Boy You Love to Love"
    $200 27
Fresh sturgeon roe has to be processed to become this
    $200 3
In 1960 Zulu chief Albert Lutuli became the 1st African to win this Nobel Prize
    $200 10
"Pease Porridge Hot,
Pease porridge in the pot nine days old"
    $300 13
Frank Butler must have loved her because he let her shoot cigarettes out of his lips
    $300 22
Deborah Davis' 1979 book "Katherine The Great" was a biography of this Washington Post publisher
    $300 18
In this series Scott Bakula takes big leaps through time winding up in other people's bodies
    $300 28
These bivalves are wrapped in bacon, grilled & served on toast to make "Angels on Horseback"
    $300 4
In 1979 rumors linked this 86-year-old Yugoslav leader with a 33-year-old pop singer
    $300 11
    $400 14
We know that he killed Billy The Kid, but no one knows for sure who killed him
    $400 23
Humorist Bennett Cerf co-founded this book publishing firm in 1925
    $400 19
After protests from nurses, this serial eliminated its aerobic classes & steamy locker room scenes
    $400 29
"Poivre" is French for this, which is sprinkled generously on steak au poivre
    $400 5
This former premier of the Soviet Union was denied a state funeral when he died in 1971
    $400 12
The Paleozoic Era,
The Cenozoic Era
    $500 17
This horse thief, dubbed "The Female Robin Hood", wasn't nearly as glamorous as her name
    $500 24
Ulysses Grant handily defeated this New York Tribune publisher in the 1872 presidential election
    $500 20
On "The Munsters Today", this actor plays Herman, the role 1st played by Fred Gwynne
    DD: $300 30
This song, with a food in the title, made No. 2 on the pop charts in 1968:

"Oh, I wake up in the morning, with my hair down in my eyes, and she says Hi!, and I stumble to the breakfast table while the kids are off to school..."
    $500 6
This female president graduated from Mount St. Vincent College in the Bronx in 1953
    $500 25
Pride, Covetousness,
Envy, Gluttony, Anger, Sloth

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

Terry Bill Nancy
$800 $1,500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Bill Nancy
$2,200 $3,000 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Sean O' Casey's "Juno & The Paycock" takes place in a tenement house in this capital city
    $200 17
"People love chopping" this, Einstein said, because "one immediately sees the results"
    $200 16
To Moslems, the adhan is a call to this
    $200 6
Boxer who was originally named after a white abolitionist from his home state of Kentucky
    $200 11
The state flower of both Michigan & Arkansas; its blossom time is celebrated in song
    $400 2
This country is the setting for T. Williams' plays "Camino Real" & "The Night of the Iguana"
    $400 18
St. Jerome said in a letter, "No athlete is crowned but in the sweat of " this
    $400 22
Synagogues are built so that the wall holding the ark of the Torah scrolls faces toward this city
    $400 7
This name, usually given to a real person whose identity is unknown, was 1st used in the 14th century
    $400 12
The tall, slender Columbine shares the same 1st 3 letters with this state it represents
    $600 3
"Oedipus At Colonus", his sequel to "Oedipus Rex", unfolds near a grave of the Furies
    $600 28
All inert elements are found naturally in this form
    $600 19
He's credited with the quote, "From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs"
    $600 24
This order of Catholic priests was originally called the Company of Jesus
    $600 8
You can rightly call her Baroness von Lawick-Goodall, but she'll answer to this, her first name
    $600 13
Its official flower, the red carnation, was native son William McKinley's favorite
    $800 4
This musical, set in a Paris theater, is based on a 1911 novel by Gaston Leroux
    $800 26
Natural phenomenon that causes the nitrogen & oxygen in the air to form nitrogen oxides
    DD: $500 20
In his collection of short stories, "In Our Time", he wrote, "You and me, we've made a separate peace"
    $800 27
At Cana, Jesus performed his 1st miracle doing this
    DD: $1,000 9
Occupation of Alma Schindler Mahler Gropius Werfel's 1st husband
    $800 14
Many mistakenly think the pollen of this Nebraska & Kentucky state flower causes hay fever
    $1000 5
Athol Fugard spent much of his life in Port Elizabeth in this country & set many of his plays there
    $1000 25
Fritz Haber is famous for inventing a process to make this smelly gas, NH3, synthetically
    $1000 21
This saying proclaiming Britain's immortality is from a 1939 song
    $1000 23
Zoroaster a.k.a. Zarathustra was a great prophet who taught monotheism in this land
    $1000 10
As Bob Dylan could tell you, this German surname means "carpenter" in English
    $1000 15
This fragrant shrub produces New Hampshire's purple state flower every spring

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Bill Nancy
$7,200 $7,300 $5,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 3 countries which today share the region of ancient Macedonia

Final scores:

Terry Bill Nancy
$0 $14,401 $200
3rd place: Colortyme Table Model TV New champion: $14,401 2nd place: Trip to Hawaii

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Terry Bill Nancy
$7,000 $7,600 $5,500
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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Game tape date: 1989-09-26
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