Show #1013 - Wednesday, January 18, 1989


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Michael Herman, an arts management consultant originally from Houston, Texas

Diane Lubniewski, a teacher from Pecksville, Pennsylvania

Tanya Palmer, a media buyer from Kansas City (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
The name of this German chemist is immortalized by the gas burner in every science lab
    $100 4
A very large firm, "meaty" tomato, often served with onion slices in an oil & vinegar dressing
    $100 3
He was the 1st to call the Native Americans "Indians"
    $100 1
Eugene Delacroix wrote "The first virtue of painting is to be a feast for" these
    $100 20
Celebrations might have been dampened at the 1932 L.A. games, since this U.S. amendment was in effect
    $100 22
The Columbia River begins in Columbia Lake in this Canadian province
    $200 15
Pause, take a deep breath, & then buzz in if you know that Joseph Priestley helped discover this
    $200 6
Greek salads are usually distinguished by this cheese
    $200 5
Long before baseball was invented, Indians built dugouts, which they used as these
    $200 2
Charles Dana Gibson's wife was the model for this Gay '90s symbol of beauty
    $200 21
In rowing, if a rower falls out of the boat, the crew can still win; if this person falls out, they can't
    $200 23
William Paley established this company in 1928
    $300 17
On June 11, 1983, scientists met on Java to observe one of these, longest of the decade
    $300 10
Meat that frequently garnishes a spinach salad
    $300 7
While Indiana, Kansas & Ohio all have counties named for this Algonquin tribe, Florida doesn't
    $300 13
Edward Hicks, best known for "The Peaceable Kingdom", was a minister of this religion
    DD: $500 27
The 500-meter version of this is the quickest timed event in the Winter Games, with a record of 36.45 seconds
    $300 24
This state finds Columbia capital, just capital
    $400 18
This friend & financier of Newon held the office of Astronomer Royal from 1720-1742
    $400 11
It's the primary vegetable in Waldorf salad
    $400 8
Guns obtained from early Dutch settlers helped this confederation dominate its neighbors
    $400 14
1 of 2 Van Gogh paintings with floral titles that each sold for more than $39 million in 1987
    $400 25
Number of the Apollo mission that had a command module nicknamed "Columbia"
    $500 28
His 1543 book refuting an Earth-centered solar system was published when he was on his death bed
    $500 12
The bitter salad green that the English commonly call chicory Americans call this
    $500 9
The potlatch ceremony, in which they did this, impoverished many a northwest Indian
    $500 19
Modigliani gave up this form of art in 1915, partly because materials were too expensive
    $500 26
Crossing the Lincoln & Rambouillet breeds of these farm animals produced the Columbia variety

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

Tanya Diane Michael
$500 -$400 $2,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tanya Diane Michael
$100 $1,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 3 "B"s
(Alex: Not all the responses will begin with that letter.)
    $200 1
He was assassinated October 6, 1981, 8 years to the day after he launched the Yom Kippur War
    $200 11
    $200 22
C.P.E. Bach, J.C. Bach or J.S. Bach, the 1 responsible for the birth of the other 2
    $200 7
Works whose copyrights have expired have "fallen into" this
    $200 2
The Flemish language of Flanders, Belgium is actually this language
    $200 14
Lincoln believed that if this social institution "is not wrong, nothing is wrong"
    $400 19
In 1917, due to this, Mississippi called off the exposition marking its state centennial
    $400 12
"Catcher in the Rye"
    $400 24
Beethoven wrote the famous "Heiligenstadt Testament" in 1802, describing this disability
    $400 8
While slander is spoken, a case of defamatory words written or printed is called this
    $400 3
Our words alcohol, alfalfa & algebra come from this language in which "al" means "the"
    $400 15
Lincoln stated this general "is a copious worker & fighter but a very meager writer or telegrapher"
    $600 20
In 1951 Senator Estes Kefauver led a Senate investigation of this
    $600 16
"Sister Carrie"
    $600 25
Brahms' first name
    $600 9
The only state whose basic law is not based on British common law but on the Napoleonic Code
    DD: $1,000 4
Most people on Gibraltar speak these 2 languages
    $600 23
He described this huge world power as a "country where they make no pretense of loving liberty"
    $800 21
To symbolize resolve not to fight each other again, these 2 countries built the Christ of the Andes
    $800 17
"The Postman Always Rings Twice"
    $800 26
The "B" who wrote the "Egmont Overture"
    $800 10
Located on the site of the infamous Newgate Prison, London's central criminal court is commonly called this
    $800 5
The great poet Rabindranath Tagore wrote in this language, most common in Bangladesh
    $1000 28
1919 massacre of Indian nationalists in this city was portrayed in the 1982 film "Gandhi"
    $1000 18
"The Tin Drum"
    DD: $2,000 27
Famous student song on which Brahms based this section of the "Academic Festival Overture":
    $1000 13
The 1896 Plessy vs Ferguson decision declared this legal
    $1000 6
Revised as a spoken language in modern times, it's the only colloquial speech based on a written language

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tanya Diane Michael
$900 $5,000 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This 1951 musical is the only movie with a world capital in the title to win "Best Picture"

Final scores:

Tanya Diane Michael
$1,800 $5 $10,001
2nd place: stay at Murieta Hot Springs Resort & Spa + Jason binoculars 3rd place: Queen Anne chair from Action New champion: $10,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tanya Diane Michael
$2,500 $5,500 $6,200
9 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $14,200

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Game tape date: 1988-10-11
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