Show #1490 - Friday, February 8, 1991


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Philip Peloquin, a stockbroker originally from Webster, Massachusetts

Susan Shaw, a market researcher from Wallingford, Pennsylvania

Marta Newman, a media assistant from Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
Lew Wallace's historical novel "The Fair God" is set in this country; the fair god is Quetzalcoatl
    $100 1
In 1982 this player known as "Mr. Cub" became the first Cub to have his uniform number retired
    $100 8
Where you see the biggest pig in the state, or what you pay the bus driver to take you there
    $100 27
In 1990 the Soviet parliament gave him power to rule the economy by decree until March 1992
    $100 3
The American Indian leather slipper that shares its name with a venomous snake
    $100 25
It's both the flower "of Tralee" & "My Wild Irish" flower
    $200 21
Col. Pyncheon built this title Hawthorne house on Pyncheon St. in Salem, Mass.
    $200 2
In 1987 this Red Sox pitcher became only the fourth man to win 2 consecutive Cy Young Awards
    $200 9
To ring a bell, or to skin an orange
    $200 18
In January 1970 Pan Am made the first regularly scheduled flight of this jumbo jet
    $200 7
Though it sounds exclusive, no one knows for sure who invented this glossy black leather
    $200 26
When these "are smiling, sure they steal your heart away"
    $300 22
"Cannery Row" is in this U.S. state
    $300 4
This team's Arlington Stadium is the only one not to have hosted an All-Star or postseason game
    $300 10
A small, bloodsucking insect, or to run away from danger
    $300 16
On Dec.16, 1971 East Pakistan became this country
    $300 13
From French for "shoulder", it's a shoulder ornament originally worn on military garb
    $300 28
Completes "I kiss the dear fingers so toil worn for me, oh, God bless you and keep you..."
    $400 23
In this E.M. Forster novel, Adela claims she was attacked in the Marabar Caves
    $400 5
He led the American League in stolen bases every year of the 1980s except one
    $400 11
A treaty, or filled to capacity
    $400 19
Site of a major WWII battle, this largest island in the Ryukyu chain was returned to Japan in 1972
    $400 14
In a 1958 hit, The Royal Teens asked, "Who wears" this scanty warm weather wear
    $400 29
In a George M. Cohan song, he spells his name with a "Double R"
    $500 24
Joseph Conrad's "Nostromo" is set in Costaguana, a fictional republic on this continent
    $500 6
Imaginary Winter Baseball League based on cartoons showing fans huddled around an old Franklin
    $500 12
Of sound health, or to beckon a taxi
    $500 20
This pair was arrested for the murder of a shoe factory paymaster in 1920 & executed in 1927
    $500 15
The common lace-up shoe with 3 or more pairs of eyelets. named for a British city
    DD: $500 30
The 2 titles of the following song; one mentions a city in Northern Ireland:

Instrumental music by Mantovani and His Orchestra

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

Marta Susan Philip
-$100 $1,900 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marta Susan Philip
$700 $2,300 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
It's the longest of the 4 canals that make up the N.Y. State Barge Canal System
    $200 12
President Reagan couldn't attend this daughter's 1981 wedding --he was recovering from a gunshot wound
    $200 1
He wrote "A Doll's House" in Amalfi & Rome in the summer of 1879
    $200 15
The Journal of the AMA said this artist may have cut off his ear because he had Meniere's disease
    $200 11
After death they were known by "temple names", their own being taboo
    $200 2
After this Shakespearean character kills Duncan, he hears a voice say that he "shall sleep no more"
    $400 13
In 1764 he married Abigail Smith, the daughter of a Weymouth, Mass. minister
    $400 3
He once said he hated his play "The Wood Demon" & was trying to forget it, but he based "Uncle Vanya" on it
    $400 16
El Greco never found favor with this country's King Philip II, who disliked his "Martyrdom of St. Maurice"
    $400 7
Freud called them "the imaginary gratification of unconscious wishes"
    DD: $1,000 14
While president, he became one of the first judo students in the U.S.
    $600 4
He wrote "Largo Desolato", an absurdist comedy, before he became president of Czechoslovakia
    DD: $1,000 20
This artist originally planned for the statue seen here to be the focal point of a tomb:
    $600 8
Cervantes' squire who said, "Blessings light on him that first invented sleep"
    $800 21
The Strait of Malacca separates the Malay Peninsula from this island country
    $800 17
Abraham Lincoln made over 50 speeches for this Republican presidential candidate in 1856
    $800 5
In Act III of this N. Coward play, Madame Arcati says, "What do you say we have another seance"
    $800 9
This diarist would frequently conclude his entries, "And so to bed"
    $1000 18
This president's home was Montpelier
    $1000 6
Ionesco's 1960 work in which people turn into large lumbering animals
    $1000 10
In Frost's poem, the line that follows "But I have promises to keep"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marta Susan Philip
$2,100 $500 $1,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This musical, which won 5 Tonys in 1990, was inspired by a 1928 novel & a 1932 Greta Garbo film

Final scores:

Marta Susan Philip
$2,801 $500 $20
New champion: $2,801 2nd place: Panasonic camcorder & Broyhill entertainment center 3rd place: Multipure water drinking system & Nintendo Entertainment System with Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy! & Fisher Price preschool + Wheel of Fortune for Game Boy.

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marta Susan Philip
$2,600 $1,500 $2,400
14 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $6,500

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Game tape date: 1991-01-07
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