Show #1343 - Wednesday, June 6, 1990


Paul Thomas, a law student from San Francisco, California

Anne Kanter, a homemaker from McLean, Virginia

Mary Jane Wright, an administrator originally from Lima, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
A pungent relish is made from the sharp-tasting root of this member of the mustard family
    $100 24
At least 19 of the first 50 of them, including Galba & Caligula, were assassinated
    $100 1
George Harrison said, "As far as I am concerned, there won't be a Beatles reunion as long as" he "remains dead"
    $100 5
The upper hind leg of a porker that's salted, smoked & sometimes aged becomes this meat
    $100 16
Large-caliber weapons, they can be heavy, field or siege
    $100 23
First Lady who dedicated her book "The Times of My Life" "To Jerry"
    $200 12
This first No. 1 hit by America was inspired by homesickness for the California desert
    $200 25
The Flavian Amphitheater, popularly known as this, is the world's largest standing ancient amphitheater
    $200 2
This 1964 film is a fictional account of 2 days in the life of The Beatles
    $200 7
Similar to English muffins, they're often served in England with tea
    $200 17
First weapon mentioned in "The Star-Spangled Banner"
    $200 15
"The Queen of Mean" is an unauthorized biography of this hotel queen
    $300 6
It's another name for the king crab
    $300 28
Roman life centered around these public facilities, called the "thermae"
    $300 3
"The girl that's driving me mad is going away. She's got" one of these
    $300 8
If you're dining on hasenpfeffer, you're eating a stew made of this meat
    $300 18
In the Marine Corps the next rank up from PFC has this weapon in its name
    DD: $500 14
Thinking of her imprisoned husband, Nelson, she titled her book "Part of My Soul Went with Him"
    $400 29
The book of Revelation says, "Behold" this "and his name that sat on him was Death"
    $400 27
This word for a popular vote comes from resolutions voted by the Plebeian Assembly of Rome
    $400 4
He's currently playing Mr. Conductor on PBS' "Shining Time Station"
    $400 9
These grow on a single tall cabbage on which miniature heads develop at stem joints
    $400 19
This cavalry weapon was inspired by the Turkish scimitar
    $400 21
Curly-haired songwriter who called his book "Still Water", not "Troubled Water"
    $500 30
Dale Robertson owned a railroad in this mid 1960s TV western
    $500 26
Though it was considered unlucky, these priestesses could marry after 30 years of service
    $500 11
"Someday you'll know I was the one, but tomorrow may rain, so I'll" do this
    $500 10
Dry types of this processed meat include Holsteiner, mortadella & salami
    $500 20
Weapon that killed Achilles
    $500 22
"Trash Trio", a collection of screenplays by this director, includes "Pink Flamingos"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Mary Anne Paul
$2,100 $700 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Anne Paul
$4,200 $1,200 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The word that completes the title of Tennyson's poem "Flower in the Crannied..."
    $200 1
A mint variety of this is the national drink of Morocco
    $200 26
This cabinet post has produced the most U.S. Presidents--6
    $200 11
In the title of M. Anderson's play based on the Sacco & Vanzetti case, this season precedes "Set"
    $200 25
Upon signing the Declaration of Independence, he said, "There, King George will be able to read that"
    $200 20
Term taken from the title of Claude Monet's "Impression: Sunrise" of 1872
    $400 7
A. E. Housman wrote, "About the woodlands I will go to see the cherry hung with" this
    $400 5
In London in 1989 his 73-year-old son announced his ascension to the throne of Ethiopia
    $400 27
This embattled HUD director was the only cabinet officer in the Reagan administration to serve 8 years
    $400 12
This Peter Shaffer play requires 6 actors to play horses
    $400 23
Not to be confused with Bluebeard, this pirate also had many wives but treated them courteously
    $400 19
Henri Matisse unwittingly coined this word when criticizing a painting by Georges Braque
    $600 8
Advising men about women, Ogden Nash said, "In real life it takes only" this many "to make a quarrel."
    $600 2
Afrikaners were known formerly by this Dutch name
    $600 28
In 1947 Sec'y of the Navy James V. Forrestal became the head of this newly created dept.
    $600 13
Gwen Verdon & Chita Rivera played murderesses in this musical named for a Midwest city
    $600 21
When Robert Scott arrived at the South Pole in January 1912 he found the tent this man had left
    $600 15
This 19th century U.S. painter also made bronze figures of his favorite subjects: men & horses
    $800 9
In "The Waste Land" the line "I do not find the hanged man" alludes to these cards
    $800 4
The official language of the Sudan, whose population is at least 70% Sunni Muslim
    DD: $4,000 29
The 2 cabinet posts Elizabeth Dole has held
    $800 14
She was only 19 when she starred in the musical "Flora, The Red Menace" & she won a Tony, too
    $800 22
A promoter of the Erie Canal, this statesman was New York governor when the canal opened in 1825
    $800 16
Delacroix's painting glorifying the Revolution of 1830 is titled "Liberty" doing this
    $1000 10
Emily Dickinson said this "is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul"
    $1000 3
Encyclopedia Americana says the name of this capital of Uganda means "impala hill"
    $1000 30
This president's attorneys general were Griffin Bell & Benjamin Civiletti
    $1000 18
This author & illustrator of "Where the Wild Things Are" wrote the script & lyrics for "Really Rosie"
    $1000 24
This 2nd century Greek anatomist 1st demonstrated that arteries carry blood, not air as had been earlier thought
    DD: $2,000 17
The 1st U.S. artist to have an exhibition at London's Tate Gallery, he painted the following

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Anne Paul
$5,800 $8,200 $8,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

First identified in 1741, it split while being dragged to Liberty Pole Square in 1774

Final scores:

Mary Anne Paul
$10,000 $16,400 $50
2nd place: CSR 286 computer & Franklin Language Master New champion: $16,400 3rd place: Panasonic stereo monitor & receiver + Nintendo Entertainment System with Family & Junior versions of Jeopardy! + Wheel of Fortunte

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mary Anne Paul
$5,800 $7,000 $8,700
17 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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Game tape date: 1990-01-30
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