Show #1316 - Monday, April 30, 1990

Missing introductions.

Contestants

Jay Haas, an investment advisor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Paula Massengale, a bookkeeper from San Antonio, Texas

Bruce Harris, from San Rafael, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $25,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

WORD ORIGINS
GEOGRAPHY
SONGS BY THE NUMBERS
SIGNS & SYMBOLS
NOTORIOUS
COMPLETES THE FILM TITLE
    $100 16
Meaning "unsophisticated", it comes from the same Latin root as "native"
    $100 1
European country that calls itself "Osterreich", meaning "eastern kingdom"
    $100 11
According to a 1962 Bobby Vee hit, "The night has" this many eyes
    $100 25
The 4 playing cards whose names are indicated by a letter
    $100 21
1 historian said Major S. Bonnet was "driven to" become 1 of these nautical criminals "by a nagging wife"
    $100 6
"Séance on a Wet..."
    $200 17
This adjective for non-physical love derives from the name of an idealistic Greek philosopher
    $200 2
Adjoining Johannesburg, South Africa, its name is an acronym of "South-Western Townships"
    $200 12
Janis Ian "learned the truth at" this age "that love was meant for beauty queens"
    $200 26
With road signs, yellow means warning; white, regulatory; & orange, this
    $200 22
Her common-law husband, Sam Starr, was killed in a gunfight in 1886
    $200 7
"How to Murder Your..."
    $300 18
From the Greek for "not a place", it's a place where mankind lives in peace & harmony
    $300 3
Its 5-regions are Vestlandet, Ostlandet, Sorlandet, Trondelag & Nord-Norge
    DD: $2,300 13
This song made No.1 in the U.S. but wasn't even released as a single in Britain:

"Ooh I need your love babe / Guess you know it's true / Hope you need my love babe / Just like I need you..."
    $300 27
The accent on the E in café is called acute, on the A in à la carte, this
    $300 23
Benjamin Siegel & George Moran had these similar nicknames
    $300 8
"Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and..."
    $400 19
The name of this type of machine comes from the Czech word meaning "forced labor"
    $400 4
Lech Walesa worked in the Lenin shipyard in Gdansk, a port on this sea
    $400 14
In 1963 Lou Christie sang this many "faces have I-yi-yi-yi-yi hi-yi-yi-I-I-I-I"
    $400 28
These dance names are used in the international radio alphabet to indicate "F" & "T"
    $400 9
"How to Stuff a..."
    $500 20
This athletic shirt is named for an island in the English Channel where it was first made
    $500 5
Once known as the Enchanted Isles, they're famous for their unusual animal life
    $500 15
A 1978 hit by Meat Loaf says, these numbers "ain't bad"
    $500 29
On a map, a circle with a star inside usually indicates this
    $500 24
This third wife of emperor Claudius messed around with a lot of men, including Gaius Silius
    $500 10
"Who is Killing the Great Chefs of..."

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

Bruce Paula Jay
$600 $4,600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Paula Jay
$3,100 $6,800 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
BLACK AMERICA
RELIGION
LITERATURE
SCIENCE
CZECH, PLEASE
    $200 2
Defeat in this 1982 war led to the downfall of Argentine President Leopoldo Galtieri
    $200 1
This cookie entrepreneur donated his Panama hat & pullover shirt to the Smithsonian
    $200 8
Members of the Church of England are properly called this, not Episcopalians
    $200 18
Dickens' title character who wed Agnes Wickfield
    $200 26
In the process of photosynthesis, plants take in carbon dioxide & release this gas
    $200 11
The 3 colors on Czechoslovakia's flag; if you don't know, there's an obvious guess
    $400 3
In 1368 this dynasty replaced the Mongol Dynasty in China
    $400 7
He co-wrote "The Autobiography of Malcolm X" before he wrote "Roots"
    $400 17
Tibetan Buddhists spin these hollow metal cylinders mounted on a rod that contain a written mantra
    $400 19
In a 1946 Carson McCullers novel, 12-year-old Frankie Addams wants to be a "Member of" this
    $400 27
Dragonflies have this many pairs of wings
    $400 13
Like Beethoven, Antonin Dvorák wrote this many complete symphonies
    $600 4
In 1791 the British government divided this possession into Upper & Lower provinces
    $600 9
He was Manhattan borough pres. when elected NYC's first Black mayor, November 7, 1989
    $600 23
Also called the Feast of Lots, it memorializes Queen Esther's prevention of the annihilation of Persian Jews
    $600 20
In 1929 this author introduced us to the Dodsworth family
    $600 28
Under pressure, peat turns into lignite & lignite becomes this
    $600 14
40% of the population lives in this region named for the Boii, a Celtic tribe
    DD: $2,000 5
The year Columbus landed in the West Indies, this first of the Tudor kings ruled England
    $800 10
This actor who played Joe in the 1936 film "Show Boat" graduated first in his class at Rutgers
    $800 24
In Christianity the doctrine that God has foreordained those he intends to save
    $800 21
He wrote the "Ragged Dick" series of books about boys battling poverty
    $800 29
Research on these animals led to the discovery of the blood's Rh factor, which is named for them
    DD: $3,000 15
She happened to be in Prague the day the Soviet tanks arrived in 1968; now she's the U.S. ambassador there
    $1000 6
In the 16th century the Janissaries formed the elite core of this empire's army
    $1000 12
The first Black to sit on the National Security Council was this award-winning newspaper columnist
    $1000 25
In the Roman Catholic Church November 1 is All Saints' Day & November 2 is this
    $1000 22
Among his poems are "An Essay on Criticism" & "An Essay on Man"
    $1000 30
Species of this evergreen include Italian, mourning & Monterey
    $1000 16
Much of the country's foreign trade goes through Bratislava, a port on this river

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Paula Jay
$7,900 $13,800 $1,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS
The first U.S. president who had served as a governor of a state

Final scores:

Bruce Paula Jay
$2,601 $9,800 $200
2nd place: trip on Malaysia Airline to Singapore & stay at the Mandarin Singapore New champion: $9,800 3rd place: La-Z-Boy recliner & NES with Family & Junior editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bruce Paula Jay
$9,900 $9,600 $1,300
23 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
6 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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