Show #1274 - Thursday, March 1, 1990


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Kathy Rice, a computer specialist from Antioch, California

Jerry Fried, an artist originally from Lakewood, New Jersey

Deborah Hummel, a proofreader from York, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
"The Father of Pennsylvania"
    $100 15
Evita sang, "Don't" do this "for me Argentina -- the truth is I never left you"
    $100 11
In 1830 England's Manchester & Liverpool Railway became the 1st to have all trains powered by this
    $100 26
This Spanish mission & a star are depicted on San Antonio's flag
    $100 1
Marty McFly traveled back to 1955 in a souped-up DeLorean in this 1985 film
    $100 7
    $200 3
"The King of Ragtime"
    $200 20
When he's "Hoppin' down the bunny trail, hippity hoppin' Easter's on its way"
    $200 12
This light Russian sleigh is pulled by 3 horses
    $200 27
The 4 stars appearing on this city's flag stand for Fort Dearborn, a fire & 2 World's Fairs
    $200 6
This huge creature 1st waddled through Tokyo & its suburbs in 1956
    $200 18
A menu for the subject matter of a book usually placed before the text
    $300 4
    $300 22
The woman who "cries the whole night long; he was my man but he done me wrong' "
    $300 14
The 1st of these high-speed German highways was opened between Cologne & Bonn in 1932
    $300 28
The Y-shaped design on this city's flag represents the convergence of the Mississippi & Missouri rivers
    $300 8
Steve Martin is a scientist who falls in love with a brain -- hence this title
    $300 19
Moving around a restaurant to hobnob & exchange gossip with friends & acquaintances
    $400 5
"The Handcuff King"
    $400 23
"When I dream about the moonlight on" this river, "then I long for my Indiana home"
    $400 16
Smaller than a junk, this Oriental boat usually has a cabin with a roof made of mats
    $400 29
A steamboat & a cotton plant appear on this Tennessee's city flag
    $400 9
Means by which Jack the Ripper & H.G. Wells get to 1970s San Francisco in "Time After Time"
    $400 21
To reverse the situation & gain the upper hand
    $500 13
"The Belle of Amherst"
    $500 25
John Denver's 2-word description of West Virginia in the 1st line of "Take Me Home, Country Roads"
    $500 17
Surprisingly, the Cadillac Motor Car Co. was founded by & originally named for this man
    DD: $500 30
Its flag features a pioneer family, a covered wagon & 2 sea gulls
    $500 10
Futuristic S. Kubrick film starring M. McDowell as Alex, a psychopathic gang leader
    $500 24
If you can still walk while your buddy is falling down intoxicated, you have done this to him

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Deborah Jerry Kathy
$1,500 $1,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Deborah Jerry Kathy
$3,400 $2,200 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
He was our country's 1st blue-eyed president
    $200 12
After a lengthy hiatus, Garry Trudeau brought this strip back to 810 daily papers
    $200 21
"I'm Not Rappaport" takes place on a battered bench near the lake in this famous park
    $200 2
It's published by Gruner & Jahr, not by mom & dad as its name implies
    $200 1
A little larger than the violin, it's the alto or tenor of the family
    $200 23
The French version of a day bed, the chaise longue, literallly means this
    $400 14
He won the presidency with help from a song called "Grandfather's Hat Fits Ben"
    $400 13
This science fact & fiction writer published his 300th book which he called "Opus 300"
    DD: $800 22
The play in which Amanda says, "I want you to stay fresh and pretty -- for gentleman callers."
    $400 6
Final Frontier is "The magazine of" this kind of "exploration"
    $400 4
Phil Collins once said, "Whatever else I am, I'm" one of these "first"
    $400 28
A collapsible chair intended for outdoor use, especially aboard a ship
    $600 15
One of Reagan's last official acts as president was writing a thank-you note to this world leader
    $600 18
The Boston Symphony had to pay this actress $100,000 for canceling her contract due to her PLO support
    $600 24
Lee Strasberg played the original peddler in this 1931 play which inspired "Oklahoma!"
    $600 9
Comparing itself to People, this magazine says it reaches "A better class of people"
    $600 5
You insert a roll into this instrument for it to tickle its own ivories
    DD: $1,500 16
2 of the 7 men who were under 50 years old when they became president
    $800 19
98% of voters in Pakistan elected this leader killed 4 years later in a plane crash
    $800 29
This playwright dedicated "A Delicate Balance" to J. Steinbeck with "affection and admiration"
    $800 10
This magazine's "Transition" column features birth, marriage, divorce & death announcements
    $800 7
From the Greek "psallein", to pluck, we get this plucked type of zither that's mentioned in the Bible
    $800 27
Also called a slat-back chair, this chair is named for an object you might climb
    $1000 17
1 of the 2 presidents who could have used the Pony Express while in office
    $1000 20
In December this founder of est announced that he was giving last of his weekend transformation sessions
    $1000 25
He revised his 1st play, "Farther Off From Heaven", & retitled it "The Dark At The Top Of The Stairs"
    $1000 11
This founder of Weight Watchers is a cosulting editor of Weight Watchers magazine
    $1000 8
For his set of pipes, the god Pan cut this into different lengths & strapped them in a row
    $1000 26
He not only designed the Gateway Arch, he created furniture such as the sculptured "Womb" chair

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Deborah Jerry Kathy
$6,800 $6,400 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

City that was the seat of government of the viceroyalty of New Spain

Final scores:

Deborah Jerry Kathy
$799 $0 $100
2-day champion: $12,199 3rd place: Magnavox Movie Maker VHS Camcorder 2nd place: Trip to Bermuda

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Deborah Jerry Kathy
$6,400 $6,400 $5,700
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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Game tape date: 1989-10-11
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