Show #1359 - Thursday, June 28, 1990

Dan Katz game 3.


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Lesley Berger, a writer originally from New York City

Randy Pierce, a teacher from St. Louis, Missouri

Dan Katz, an attorney originally from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,201)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
This city was incorporated May 3, 1802, its mayor to be appointed by the president
    $100 1
Corporal Dave Breger gave this name to a soldier in a comic strip he did for "Yank" in 1942
    $100 22
The mountains of the Antarctic peninsula seem to be a continuation of this South American range
    $100 13
She married & divorced ex-child star Jackie Coogan & bandleader Harry James
    $100 18
This aviator's boyhood home is in Little Falls, Minnesota, though his spirit may be in St. Louis
    $100 6
Eating these onion relatives might keep you looking sleek
    $200 9
He was our vice president just before George Bush held that post
    $200 2
It's how you erase the picture you've just drawn on your Etch-a-Sketch
    $200 27
They pop out of the eggs at Cape Royds, the world's southernmost rookery
    $200 14
His former wife, Brett Somers, played his ex-wife on "The Odd Couple"
    $200 23
Victoria University is in Ontario while the University of Victoria is in this Canadian province
    $200 7
I have maps showing me where to buy this canned meat
    $300 19
Though his ship was sunk, John Paul Jones captured Britain's Serapis & took it to this country
    $300 3
Billed as the "royal game of India", it was 1st played by a ruler who used real people as pawns
    $300 28
The treaty the U.S. signed in 1959 banning this in Antarctica expired in 1989
    $300 15
This "Cosby" co-star's husband, singer Lenny Kravitz, released his first record album in 1989
    $300 24
"Raging Bull" whose ex-wife, Vikki, sells her own brand of face cream & wrinkle smoother
    $300 10
Ron said this meat is viler than brains
    DD: $700 20
It's to whom Patrick Henry gave his "Liberty or Death" speech
    $400 4
Number of wickets used in American croquet
    $400 29
The 2 continents that are smaller than Antarctica
    $400 16
In 1989 in Paris this director secretly married Emmanuelle Seigner, who was in his film "Frantic"
    $400 25
He was captured by Indians while exploring the Chickahominy River in 1607
    $400 11
A "round elf" might enjoy a fillet of this fish
    $500 21
On April 7, 1922 the Mammoth Oil Company was granted a lease on these naval oil reserves
    $500 5
This points & blots game is the only 1 Hoyle wrote of in 1743 for which his strategies are not obsolete
    $500 30
The largest animal found naturally on the continent is this type of seal
    $500 17
In private life she's Mrs. Laurence Luckinbill
    $500 26
In early 1989 Time described this woman's hairdo as "trademark Mary Tyler Moore flip"
    $500 12
If "mice race" around your kitchen, they might be looking for this to eat

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

Dan Randy Lesley
$1,000 $300 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Randy Lesley
$3,400 $1,000 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
Some species of this giant grass grow as much as 21 feet in a week
    $200 9
Note in the tonic sol-fa scale, it's a name I call myself
    $200 10
Headquarters of Bank of America, this Calif. city is considered the financial capital of the west
    $200 23
Before becoming an apostle, Peter was engaged in this profession
    $200 1
The name of this city on the Arno River comes from a Latin word meaning "flourishing'
    $200 3
"I am sure the grapes are sour."
    $400 20
This yellow-flowered lawn weed contains a substance that can be used a laxative
    $400 17
The William Tell Overture contains a ranz de vache, a Swiss alphorn melody used to call these
    $400 13
This Italian gunmaker has licensed its name to Chevy for use on a sports car
    $400 24
For 43 years Nebuchadnezzar ruled his empire from this city on the Euphrates
    $400 5
Except for Peter II, all Russian czars from Peter the Great to Alexander III are buried here
    $400 2
"I am Heathcliff."
    $600 18
The death of his mother inspired Brahms to compose this
    $600 14
The Forbes 400 list attributes Frank Perdue's fortune to these
    $600 25
In the days of Elijah, Samaria was the capital of Israel & Jerusalem was capital of this country
    $600 6
In January 1943 FDR & Churchill met for a conference at Anfa, a suburb of this Moroccan city
    $600 4
"A salesman is got to dream, boy. It comes with the territory."
    $800 21
Sebastien Érard's 19th c. invention of the double escapement made it possible to play rapid notes on this
    $800 15
In December 1989 this Swedish automaker, not Volvo, agreed to sell GM 50% of its carmaking operations
    $800 26
The book of Romans quotes God as saying this "is mine; I will repay"
    $800 11
The cultural center of Moorish Spain until 1248, a Muslim minaret is part of its famous cathedral
    DD: $1,000 7
"In the affluent society no useful distinction can be made between luxuries and necessities."
    $1000 22
A chorale prelude is a piece written for this instrument
    $1000 16
With his dept. stores heavily in debt, this Canadian put Bloomingdale's up for sale in January 1990
    $1000 27
Tradition holds that 70 men worked on this first Greek Old Testament translation
    $1000 12
Basra was this country's 2nd largest city until war reduced its population from 1 million to 300,000
    $1000 8
"I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this any more."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Randy Lesley
$4,200 $2,600 $2,900

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1988 Nevada was the only state to offer this choice on the ballot, & 6,934 people took it

Final scores:

Dan Randy Lesley
$5,801 $5,195 $0
3-day champion: $26,002 2nd place: trip on Malaysia Airline & stay at Mandarin Singapore + Jeopardy! home game or computerized version 3rd place: Smith Corona PWP7000 laptop word processor & printer + Jeopardy! home game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Randy Lesley
$5,200 $2,300 $2,900
17 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $10,400

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Game tape date: 1990-02-12
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