Show #1338 - Wednesday, May 30, 1990


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Doris Bell, an insurance solicitor from Olney, Maryland

Harvey Caughey, a bankruptcy trustee from Austin, Texas

Mike Clark, a writer from Ventura, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
This flower, whose name is from Persian for "turban", was introduced to Holland in the 16th century
    $100 1
Cole Porter wrote, "I love Paris in the summer, when it" does this
    $100 18
Most of the mammals native to this continent are marsupials
    $100 7
The ancient Greeks often referred to all of Africa by this name of Qadafi's country
    $100 2
It's been touted as "America's favorite show. Barr none!"
    $100 21
Indians & M├ętis, people of mixed descent, revolted in the 1800s when the RR diminished these herds
    $200 17
This word for a little sin is a diminutive of the Spanish "pecado", sin
    $200 10
"Hey, good lookin' whatcha got cookin' how's about" doin' this "with me"
    $200 19
Also known as "bee milk", it's a thick white substance that's fed to bee larvae
    $200 8
Thousands died in September 1985 when earthquakes measuring 8.1 & 7.3 hit this world capital
    $200 3
John Walton Jr. was better known by this nickname
    $200 27
Called "Canada's Breadbasket", the province grows half the national output of this crop
    $300 20
This other name for the U.S. mafia is Italian for "our affair"
    $300 14
Elton John sang about "Hunting the horny back toad" in his song about this "road"
    $300 24
All peacocks are males; the females of the species are called this
    $300 9
This pope's neutrality in WWII made him an object of criticism
    $300 4
Catherine was killed on this series after she gave birth to Vincent's child
    $300 28
A huge national park named for this prince consort lies northwest of the city named for him
    $400 22
From German for "busybody", it's to look over a person's shoulder & offer advice
    $400 15
Elvis could have told you this is where "the desk clerk's dressed in black"
    $400 25
One of the world's finest wools comes from the Merino breed of sheep which originated in this country
    DD: $500 12
This organization founded in 1863 won Nobel Peace Prizes in 1917, 1944 & 1963
    $400 5
Barbara Parkins on "Peyton Place" & Elinor Donahue on "Father Knows Best" both played people named this
    $400 29
Before becoming a province in 1905, Saskatchewan was part of these territories
    $500 23
The name of this delicate often lacy, design in metalwork came from the Latin for "thread" & "grain"
    $500 16
This singer co-wrote "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" with Marilyn & Alan Bergman
    $500 26
One of these monkeys was the first animal to be rocketed into the stratosphere
    $500 13
After this country went communist, the city of Urga was renamed Ulan Bator, meaning "red hero"
    $500 6
Her real baby who was born on the same day as her TV baby, appeared on the first cover of TV Guide
    $500 30
Regina, the provincial capital, is home to their training center & museum

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

Mike Harvey Doris
$800 $200 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Harvey Doris
$2,600 $2,900 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Donald Macleay donated a park to this largest Oregon city provided no motor vehicle ever enter it
    $200 2
Lord Byron never finished his epic poem about this legendary Spanish lover
    $200 16
This president's daughter Alice married future Speaker of the House N. Longworth on Feb. 17, 1906
    $200 1
Some cooks cool this before putting it on a cake; maybe that explains its "cold" name
    $200 22
Michael Dukakis' parents emigrated to the U.S. from this country
    $200 30
A study shows kids may recover from chickenpox faster if they're not given medicine to reduce this
    $400 12
Anheuser-Busch, the world's largest brewing company, is headquartered in this city
    $400 3
The poet who wrote, "Celery raw, develops the jaw, but celery stewed, is more quietly chewed"
    $400 17
"Crusade in Europe", this president's book of America's war effort, was the basis for a 1949 ABC TV series
    $400 4
They are a main ingredient in lobster a l'Americaine; some people use the small Italian ones
    $400 23
This Melville work inspired a 1969 musical called "Billy", which closed after its opening night
    $400 26
A neonatologist takes care of this type of patient
    $600 13
This Florida city was named by Peter Demens after his birthplace in Russia
    $600 8
"By the shores of Gitche Gumee, by the shining big-sea-water, stood the wigwam of" this person
    $600 18
His 1920 Republican Party platform called for a "Return to Normalcy"
    $600 5
Before roasting your pheasant, "bard" it by covering it with slices of this
    $600 21
In "The Wizard of Oz", the Scarecrow justifiably suffers from pyrophobia, meaning this
    DD: $2,000 27
In 1954 schoolchildren all over the country took part in a study to test this vaccine
    $800 14
Now a state capital, the Dutch established a permanent community there in 1624
    $800 9
One of Dylan Thomas' poems is entitled "And" this "Shall Have No Dominion"
    $800 19
Between terms as a U.S. Senator from Tennessee, he fought in the War of 1812 & against Florida's Seminole Indians
    $800 6
The green vegetable that goes into chicken Divan
    $800 24
In 1988 she made her first visit to NYC where she promoted the U.S. debut of the Welsh National Opera
    $800 28
The non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used in Nuprin & Advil
    DD: $1,500 15
This city, named for 2 British supporters of the American colonies, shares a metro area with Scranton
    $1000 10
The first line of "Abou Ben Adhem" says, "Abou Ben Adhem may his tribe" do this
    $1000 20
He was elected president in 1868 without making a single campaign speech
    $1000 7
Both Joy of Cooking & the N.Y. Times recipes for London broil call for this cut of beef
    $1000 25
Thucydides not only fought in this 5th century B.C. war, he wrote a history of it
    $1000 29
Mild form of epilepsy which involves partial alterations of consciousness

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Harvey Doris
$12,000 $5,400 $8,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Legend says if the ravens ever leave this historic site on the Thames, England will fall

Final scores:

Mike Harvey Doris
$17,500 $100 $6,599
2-day champion: $32,901 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer + Nintendo Entertainment System with Family & Junior versions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune 2nd place: trip to Malaysia & stay at Penang Mutiara Beach Resort

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mike Harvey Doris
$10,500 $4,900 $8,700
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,100

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Game tape date: 1990-01-29
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