Show #1345 - Friday, June 8, 1990

Missing Final Jeopardy! Round response for Russ.


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Dean Heller, a lawyer originally from Augusta, Georgia

Russ Harris, a writer originally from Lincoln, Nebraska

Meg Weglarz, a designer from Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
Catherine of Braganza, widow of England's King Charles II, became regent of this small Iberian country
    $100 6
The younger sister of Phylicia Rashad, this dancer won 2 Emmys for her choreography on "Fame"
    $100 18
They're the main food of chickadees, swallows & woodpeckers
    $100 17
Of the cowboy, calf or horse, the one out of the chute first in calf roping
    $100 14
To vacation in this country, you can fly via its national airline, Olympic
    $100 1
"Five Finger..."
    $200 10
Queen Christina of Sweden converted to this religion secretly before her abdication
    $200 7
Anchorman who wrote a memoir titled "The Camera Never Blinks: Adventures in TV Journalism"
    $200 19
Despite its name, the skylark doesn't nest in the sky but here
    $200 24
"I can't draw landscapes or boats...I draw naked women," says this actor known for his role as Columbo
    $200 15
When traveling abroad, you may need this official endorsement from the country you desire to enter
    $200 2
"Sexual Perversity in..."
    $300 11
After this emperor died, his widow, Livia, beame known as Julia Augusta
    $300 8
When orphaned at age 17, he took control of his father's Houston-based tool company
    $300 20
A merganser, sometimes called a sheldrake, is this kind of bird
    $300 25
This part of the half dollar is milled
    $300 16
San Remo is the leading resort town on this country's riviera
    $300 3
"My Fat..."
    DD: $900 12
Godfrey of Bouilion became the ruler of this city after it was taken from the Muslims in 1099
    $400 28
This first black heavyweight boxing champ claimed he lost deliberately to Jess Willard in 1915
    $400 21
The 4 main ones in North America are the Pacific, Mississippi, Central & Atlantic
    $400 26
Due to the S.F. earthquake, the World Almanac went to press in 1989 for the 1st time without full results of this
    $400 22
Fluency in this language would be helpful in Tahiti since it's the official language
    $400 4
"The Doctor in Spite of..."
    $500 13
King Baudoin I of this country is the son of King Leopold III & Queen Astrid
    $500 29
This "outlaw" singer topped the country charts in 1977 with "Luckenbach, Texas"
    $500 30
Scientists are reintroducing this blue-gray falcon in the eastern U.S. where it's been extinct 30 years
    $500 27
Brazil is now the world's largest producer of this "cheap" metal also called stannum
    $500 23
Each year over 2 million tourists visit this national memorial near Keystone, South Dakota
    $500 5
"Beggar on..."

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Meg Russ Dean
$400 $1,200 $2,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Meg Russ Dean
$2,100 $2,400 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Last name of the English novelist who wrote "My Brother Evelyn and Other Profiles"
    $200 21
Victoria, B.C. is located on this island, Canada's largest on the Pacific coast
    $200 1
WWII GIs brought back to the U.S. word of this "pizza herb", sometimes called wild marjoram or organy
    $200 6
When a power station was built near these falls in the 1890s, it was considered an engineering marvel
    $200 26
The box-shaped chamber that contains the vocal cords
    $200 16
Keith Murdoch's middle name; you may think it's his first name
    $400 12
This author of "The Bostonians" was the grandson of one of the first millionaires in the U.S.
    $400 22
The U.S. maintains a NATO air base on these islands 740 miles west of Portugal
    $400 2
Fennel & anise resemble the flavor of this black candy
    $400 7
Mass. Senator Charles Sumner gave this area its name, based on the Aleut word meaning "the great land"
    $400 27
These can be serous, fibrous or mucous
    $400 17
Cereal manufacturer whose middle initial stood for Keith, not for "King of the Corn Flakes"
    $600 13
His first novel was published when he was 17 & his first story with Inspector Maigret when was 28
    $600 23
This island's capital, Valletta, was built by the Grand Master of the Order of Knights of St. John
    $600 3
This multi-spiced powder comes from India where it is used to season meat & rice
    $600 8
A short-lived post-WWII anti-Truman party took this same name as the Bull Moose Party
    $600 28
The ceruminal glands are found inside these canals
    $600 18
Middle name shared by HUD Secretary Jack Kemp & former Attorney Gen. William Smith
    DD: $1,700 14
The author of "A Vindication of the Rights of Woman", her daughter & namesake was Mary Shelley
    $800 24
This resort island in the Bay of Fundy was the summer home of F. Roosevelt
    $800 4
Used to flavor vermouth, this pickling spice is the dried unopened flower bud of a tree
    $800 9
The 1901 Hay-Paunceforte Treaty with Britain permitted the U.S. to build this
    $800 29
The pylorus is in the lower part of this digestive organ
    DD: $3,500 19
The middle name of the man for whom Washington, D.C.'s international airport is named
    $1000 15
He was a close friend of George Bernard Shaw & in fact changed his name to T.E. Shaw in 1927
    $1000 25
The highest mountain on this island off the coast of Syria is Mount Olympus
    $1000 5
A clear oil called oil of mace comes from the kernel of the fruit of this tree
    $1000 10
William, the son of this railroad magnate, denied saying "The public be damned"
    $1000 30
The uveal tract is part of this sense organ
    $1000 20
Middle name of 19th century poet James Lowell

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Meg Russ Dean
$1,500 $13,600 $4,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 3 days named after a mythological father & 2 of his sons

Final scores:

Meg Russ Dean
$100 $9,300 $1,600
3rd place: Berkline Wallaway sofa & Nintendo Entertainment System with Family & Junior editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune New champion: $9,300 2nd place: trip on Delta to Washington, D.C. & stay at Hotel Washington

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Meg Russ Dean
$1,500 $10,000 $4,100
12 R,
4 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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Game tape date: 1990-01-30
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