Show #1350 - Friday, June 15, 1990

Eric Terzuolo game 1.


Maureen Walker, a tax examiner from Erie, Pennsylvania

Eric Terzuolo, a foreign service officer from Washington, D.C.

Steve Janssen, a Presbyterian minister from Yardley, Pennsylvania

Jeopardy! Round

1981 FILMS
    $100 4
Henry Miller, A.R. St. Johns, Will Durant & Rebecca West appeared in this Warren Beatty film
    $100 3
Roman Catholics believe if you're too good for hell but not yet pure enough for heaven, you'll spend time here
    $100 13
Despite their names you don't have to be royal to sleep in beds of these 2 sizes
    $100 5
In 1793 Geo. Washington attended the 1st U.S. circus in this city, then the nation's capital
    $100 26
"Wilt: Just Like Any Other 7-Foot Black Millionaire who Lives Next Door" was his 1973 autobiography
    $100 1
After students threw them, the U. of Michigan banned these soft, white snack items from its stadium
    $200 9
The comedy in which Dudley Moore dumped his fiancée, Jill Eikenberry, for Liza Minnelli
    $200 16
The ner tamid is the "eternal light" that burns near the Ark of the Law in these houses of worship
    $200 14
The name of this chest may be a corruption of the French "hautbois", meaning high wood
    $200 6
In 1624 the Dutch West India Company sent the first settlers to this island
    $200 27
A college player is disqualified from a game upon committing this many personal fouls
    $200 2
Tho there are none of these animals on the Isle of Man, hunting them is banned, so call off the hounds
    $300 10
Of all the films we know, this one is the most likely to make you throw away your wire hangers
    $300 17
These tall structures, used to call worshippers to prayer, are a feature of all mosques
    $300 15
Used as an upholstery material, it usually comes from the mane or the tail
    $300 7
He sailed with the Pilgrims on the Mayflower & was their military leader in Plymouth
    $300 28
This term refers to taking more than 1 step while holding the ball
    $300 23
In 1989, 2 male college students in Boca Raton, Fla. got 18 months probation for stealing these from girls' dorms
    $400 11
This star was rich & famous in "Rich & Famous" while her pal, Jacqueline Bisset, was just famous
    $400 18
This belief sees God as creator who set the world in motion & refuses to intervene in its actions
    $400 21
The piece of furniture that's most likely to sport a "splat"
    $400 8
Born E. Griscom, she worked with her husband in his upholstery shop after their marriage in 1773
    $400 24
Thieves recently took a valuable fresco from a church in Italy by taking this
    $500 12
He played the husband who got bumped off in "Body Heat"
    $500 19
Figure often called the paraclete
    $500 22
The Royal Pavilion in this English resort city is famous for its chinoiserie
    DD: $900 20
Before there were post offices, colonists sent & received mail at this local place of business
    $500 25
Last year 2 farmers in Pingwu Co. China were sentenced to death for selling these animal skins

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Steve Eric Maureen
$300 $1,400 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Eric Maureen
$1,500 $2,600 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
William Styron was the only author at the funeral of this writer in Oxford, Miss.
    $200 26
Hydrus is the water snake & this is the water bearer
    $200 2
She was a teenager in the 1930s when she left the U.S., her birthplace, for Greece
    $200 17
In 1860 she established the world's first school of nursing
    $200 7
The 125-mile-long Beardmore Glacier lies on the Ross Ice Shelf on this continent
    $200 8
In January 1968 Norman Shumway became the first surgeon in the U.S. to perform this procedure
    $400 12
"Confessions of an S.O.B." is a biographical work by Al Neuharth, founder of this nat'l newspaper
    $400 27
The line joining the Gamma & Alpha stars in this constellation points toward the South Pole
    $400 3
Of a contralto, a soprano or a baritone, what Sherrill Milnes is
    $400 21
This large country had no universities until 1755 when Empress Elizabeth established one
    DD: $500 10
Meaning "at the foot of the mountain", it's the name of regions in the Eastern U.S. & NW Italy
    $400 9
Ludwig Feuerbach came up with "der mensch ist was er isst"; a man is this
    DD: $500 13
In 1936 he became the first American playwright to win the Nobel Prize for Literature
    $600 28
You don't have to have an IQ of 180 to know this constellation's name means "the table"
    $600 4
Mario Lanza played this great opera star in a 1951 movie musical
    $600 22
After a trip to Germany, Susan Blow established the 1st U.S. public school of this type in St. Louis
    $600 11
This city on the Hooghly River is the capital of West Bengal & the largest city in India
    $600 18
We're not sure but we think it's Werner Heisenberg who is famous for this principle in physics
    $800 14
He deserted ship at the Marquesas Islands & went to visit the valley of the cannibalistic Typee
    $800 29
Hercules looks as if he could pluck this instrument from the sky
    $800 5
This Spanish-born singer's parents were professional zarzuela singers
    $800 23
The Supreme Court ruled in 1954 that this practice violated the 14th Amendment
    $800 16
R.L. Stevenson's house is now the official office of the head of state of this country next to American Samoa
    $800 19
Otus & Ephialtes tried to reach heaven by piling Pelion on Ossa, & Ossa on this mountain
    $1000 15
In "Memories of a Catholic Girlhood", she tells of being raised by relatives of all major faiths
    $1000 6
Grace Moore of Slabtown, Tenn. made her Metropolitan Opera debut in 1928 as Mimi in this opera
    $1000 24
In 1989-90 this Vermont college led the nation in the cost of tuition, room & board
    $1000 25
The Ionian Islands are Greek, but the island of Iona is part of this country
    $1000 20
In November 1969 Alan Bean & Charles Conrad made news by doing this in the Intrepid

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Eric Maureen
$2,500 $11,600 $3,900
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of World War I's "Big Four" leaders who met in Paris in 1919 to draft the Treaty of Versailles

Final scores:

Steve Eric Maureen
$5,000 $12,600 $3,900
2nd place: trip on Delta to Orlando & stay at Pickett Resort New champion: $12,600 3rd place: Eastpak luggage & Nintendo Entertainment System with Family & Junior editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Eric Maureen
$2,500 $11,600 $4,800
12 R,
2 W
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,900

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Game tape date: 1990-02-05
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