Show #1319 - Thursday, May 3, 1990


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John Baird, an attorney from Norwalk, Ohio

Doug Fisher, a human resources advisor from Montreal, Quebec

Paula Massengale, a bookkeeper from San Antonio, Texas (whose 3-day cash winnings total $35,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
As a prefix, this single letter can mean on, in, to or without
    $100 4
On Nov. 24, 1963 Senator Mike Mansfield said, "A piece of each of us has died" the moment he was shot
    $100 11
On June 14, 1959 this vice president & his family opened Disneyland's monorail
    $100 16
"Where both deliberate, the love is slight; who ever loved, that loved not at first" this
    $100 26
Wine should be stored lying down, so this remains wet & swollen
    $100 1
This Wrigley product has been using twins in its ads since 1939
    $200 22
For the Flying Fortress this letter preceded -17; for the Superfortress, -29
    $200 5
FDR told the nation in 1936 that "This generation of Americans has a rendezvous with" this
    $200 12
2 of the 4 peaks in the Disneyland "mountain range"
    $200 17
Edmund Spenser called this season "The herald of love's mighty king"
    $200 27
It follows "Cabernet" in a red wine, & precedes "Blanc" in a white wine
    $200 2
A Minnesota Twin could tell you this word is a synonym for twin bill
    $300 23
When this letter follows 100 degrees it makes it the boiling point of water
    $300 6
Senator who said in '83, "I regret that I have but 1 wife to give to my country's infrastructure"
    $300 13
Of 7 days, 7 weeks or 7 months, time it took for the first million guests to visit Disneyland
    $300 18
"Man, man, man is for the woman made .... as the spur is for the jade, as the scabbard for" this
    $300 28
During fermentation, this converts sugar in the grape juice into alcohol & carbon dioxide
    $300 3
A survey found the twins who play toddler Michelle Tanner on this show among viewers' favorite performers
    $400 24
Single letter in the nickname of the second largest city in Texas
    $400 7
1 of the 3 things which, according to John Fremont's 1856 G.O.P. campaign, should be free
    $400 14
New Orleans Square restaurant, or a hit song for Linda Ronstadt & Roy Orbison
    $400 19
"If I should meet thee after long years, how should I greet thee? -- with silence and" these
    $400 29
A wine that's not a "sparkling" variety is called this
    $400 9
Biblical pair born to Isaac & Rebekah, one was red all over when he was born, like a hairy garment
    $500 25
Letter that occurs most often in the phrase "An elephant never forgets"
    $500 8
William Jennings Bryan was referring to him when he said, "We have a president who has kept .... us out of war."
    $500 15
It may be Sleeping Beauty's castle, but in the doorway you hear this song from "Pinocchio"
    DD: $3,100 20
The poet who wrote, "And I will luve thee still, my dear, till a' the seas gang dry"
    $500 10
President Bush was upset when some of his staff posed for a photo with this "invisible twin" from Doonesbury

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Paula Doug John
$1,200 -$400 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paula Doug John
$7,100 $400 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
He wrote the dialogue for "Oklahoma!", "Carousel" & "The King & I", as well as the lyrics
    $200 1
This capital of Turkey was once known as Angora & became known for its mohair
    $200 16
In April 1865 he had a dream foretelling his assassination
    $200 11
In the Badlands area these animals live in colonies called dog towns
    $200 21
This university's Bodleian Library is entitled to free copies of all books printed in England
    $200 26
This rock star not only had the most No. 1 songs by a solo performer, he also had the most No. 2 hits
    $400 7
First name shared by playwrights Webster, Dryden & Singe
    $400 2
The 2 cities that have served as capitals of Japan whose names are anagrams
    $400 17
Attributed to the apostle John, this prophetic work is the last book of the New Testament
    $400 12
Both states are split by the Missouri River & both fall into these 2 time zones
    $400 22
This 7-day observance promoted by the American Library Association takes place in April
    $400 27
"Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars" is this disk jockey's TV & radio sign-off
    $600 8
"Catty" poet whose 1949 play "The Cocktail Party" is based on an ancient Greek play by Euripides
    $600 3
Also known as Aix-La- Chapelle, Aachen, Germany is the city where this ruler established his court in 794
    $600 18
He supposedly predicted the Great Fire of London & the death of King Henry II of France
    $600 13
The 2 states' largest cities are Fargo & Sioux Falls, not these, their capitals
    $600 23
In the 1870s this type of catalog began to replace the book-form catalog
    $800 9
He co-wrote the stage version of his novel "Native Son" with Paul Green
    $800 4
At the Diet held in this city in 1521, Martin Luther refused to eat his words
    $800 19
Some ancient cultures made predictions by hepatoscopy, examining this organ of a sacrificed lamb
    DD: $3,000 14
It took treaties with these 2 countries for the U.S. to get all the area that's now North Dakota
    $800 24
The Jerome Robbins Archive of the Recorded Moving Image is part of the library at this theater complex
    DD: $5,000 10
His lesser-known plays include "Fools", "God's Favorite" & "The Gingerbread Lady"
    $1000 5
The oldest stock exchange in Europe is located in this Belgian center of the world diamond trade
    $1000 20
Known as "The Sleeping Prophet", in 1941 he predicted NYC would be destroyed near the year 2000
    $1000 15
When B. Harrison signed the 2 bills making the Dakotas states, this information was kept secret
    $1000 25
Paris library whose beginning may be traced back to the 1300s, making it one of the world's oldest

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paula Doug John
$10,500 $2,200 $1,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Robert Shaw, Richard Burton & Charles Laughton all played this ruler on film

Final scores:

Paula Doug John
$15,500 $200 $2,800
4-day champion: $50,901 3rd place: M.C. Fina Silver Buffet Service 2nd place: CSR 286 Slimline Desktop Computer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paula Doug John
$10,700 $2,200 $1,400
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
4 W
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $14,300

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Game tape date: 1989-12-11
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