Show #1277 - Tuesday, March 6, 1990

Elaine Zollner game 3.


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George Wuerthele, a photojournalist from San Francisco, California

Alison Whittemore, an art student from San Antonio, Texas

Elaine Zollner, a physician from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Inhabitants of this country's capital are known as Baghdadis
    $100 1
Traditionally, Indy 500 winners drink this in the winner's circle, so it does a car body good, too
    $100 11
The Glaciarium, the 1st one of these with artificially frozen ice, opened in London in 1876
    $100 21
Lewis & Clark called these Great Plains mammals "barking squirrels"
    $100 26
A writer & doctor as well as an architect, Imhotep designed the 1st of these structures
    $100 16
His father wrote "Old Ironsides" & he was a justice of the Supreme Court
    $200 7
Strait separating sizable superpowers
    $200 2
Medellin is a popular coffee grown in this South American country, not Brazil
    $200 12
This queen of France was skating around 1776 --possibly on thin ice
    $200 22
The best known of these weather forecasting rodents is Punxsutawney Phil
    DD: $1,000 27
The ancient structure seen here
    $200 17
His father urged him to study science, which he used in the novels "Cat's Cradle" & "Slaughterhouse-Five"
    $300 8
In classical literature these Scottish islands were known as the Orcades
    $300 3
This "magically delicious" cereal has a leprechaun for a spokesman
    $300 13
One of the 1st of these, called "Flirting in St. Moritz", was staged at the hippodrome in 1915
    $300 23
Contrary to popular opinion, these rodents do not deliberately commit suicide in the sea
    $300 28
The obelisk that stands in the center of this square was brought to Rome from Egypt by Caligula
    $300 18
Both politicians & both named Edmund, neither he nor his father "Pat" used Edmund as a first name
    $400 9
Over a million people live in the Canary Islands which constitute 2 provinces of this country
    $400 4
The 2 primary ingredients of croquettes de pommes de terre a la Florentine
    $400 14
Men started competing in this type of skating at the 1924 Olympics; women not until 1960
    $400 24
This little "golden" pet's name is from the German for "hoarder" since he stores food in his cheeks
    $400 29
An innovative housing project called Habitat was built for this city's Expo 67
    $400 19
TV actor whose father was a concert violinist & whose mother was opera star Alma Gluck
    $500 10
If eels could talk, they'd tell you this sea was named for the type of seaweed found there
    $500 5
Varieties of this green garnish, related to the mustard plant, include winter, garden & water
    $500 15
Champion ice skater Katarina Witt hails from this Soviet Bloc country
    $500 25
Native to the Andes Mountains, these rodents, known for their dense fur, now are mainly raised on ranches
    $500 30
Once a church, then a mosque & now a museum, the Hagia Sophia is considered the finest example of this style
    $500 20
His father was a dancer with the Will Mastin Trio & he was featured with the act as a child

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

Elaine Alison George
$1,900 $2,300 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elaine Alison George
$3,700 $4,200 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A reference to actual gems.)
    $200 9
Pronounced one way, it's a motorized bike; pronounced another way, it means sulked or brooded
    $200 1
This Secretary of State's plan for economic assistance for Europe was 1st proposed at Harvard in 1947
    $200 11
After the revolution of 1830, Delacroix painted her "Leading the People"
    $200 2
Before achieving fame with "The House of Earth" trilogy, this author was a teacher in China
    $200 19
Called a "willy-willy" in Australia, it's name is from a West Indian word meaning "big wind"
    $200 20
In this 1971 James Bond film, the evil Blofeld was a diamond smuggler
    $400 10
This word can precede infinitive or personality
    $400 3
Robert Morris spent 3 years in debtor's prison after having been the chief financier of this war
    $400 13
His nephew Gainsborough DuPont apprenticed with him
    $400 5
According to the title of an Erma Bombeck best seller, this is "the Second Oldest Profession"
    $400 25
"Red sky in the morning, sailor take warning; red sky at night is" this
    $400 21
The title of this 1969 Hitchcock film refers to the code name of a ring of spies
    $600 12
The breaking out of a rash on the skin, or the breaking out of lava on a volcano
    $600 4
Marines intervened in this country in 1927 to quell an uprising led by Gen. Augusto Cesar Sandino
    $600 14
Degas installed one of these in his studio to study models getting in & out of it
    DD: $1,000 6
This financial columnist's income tax guide has been published annually for the last 20 years
    $600 28
To measure very low temperatures, this liquid, not mercury, is used in thermometers
    $600 22
It was the sequel to "Romancing the Stone"
    $800 15
Word that means "citified", or the name taken by 8 Roman Catholic popes
    $800 17
In 1905 Oklahoma Indians drafted a Constitution & tried to create a state named for this Cherokee
    $800 26
Born in Crete, he moved from Italy to Spain during the Inquisition & it's reflected in his work
    $800 7
This novelist collaborated with Geo. S. Kaufman on such plays as "Dinner at Eight" & "Stage Door"
    $800 29
Squall lines, which are clusters of these, may stretch for hundreds of miles
    $800 23
This 1948 film based on a Steinbeck story about a fisherman was shot in Mexico
    $1000 16
It's defined as the act of shaving the head or the part of the head left bare by shaving
    $1000 18
After the Battle of Lake Erie, he sent the message, "We have met the enemy & they are ours"
    DD: $2,000 27
When modern art was declared a "bourgeois luxury" in '23, this modern artist moved from Moscow to Paris
    $1000 8
This author's 1st million-selling book, "Every Night, Josephine!", was about her pet poodle
    $1000 30
19th c. British commander who developed the scale of comparative wind forces named for him
    $1000 24
In this film, when Cary Grant told Grace Kelly her necklace was imitation, she answered, "I'm not"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elaine Alison George
$11,900 $5,400 $3,400
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Black Jack was the riderless horse at the funerals of these 3 presidents

Final scores:

Elaine Alison George
$11,800 $10,400 $0
3-day champion: $31,401 2nd place: Jean d'Eve watch & Maple Leaf bullion investment coins + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger 3rd place: Panasonic home stereo system + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Elaine Alison George
$10,500 $4,600 $3,400
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
8 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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Game tape date: 1989-10-23
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