Show #1315 - Friday, April 27, 1990

Missing introductions.


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Philip Ellison, a political consultant from Pasadena, California

Brian Finander, a businessman and attorney from Long Beach, California

Bruce Harris, from San Rafael, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $10,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
American colloquial greeting that may be a short form of "how do ye"
    $100 13
The Cumberland & Shenandoah Valleys are part of the Great Valley of this mountain range
    $100 11
These beasts of burden compete with one another in annual wrestling matches in Selcuk, Turkey
    $100 14
He got to marry a sultan's daughter with the help of his wonderful lamp
    $100 6
This CBS news anchorman won an Emmy for his report "Man on the Moon: The Epic Journey of Apollo XI"
    $100 26
Type of camping equipment that comes in 3 shapes: mummy, tapered & rectangular
    $200 2
Word of greeting that can precede mat or wagon
    $200 22
Mountain range that contains Mt. Whitney, the highest mountain in the 48 states
    $200 12
The only U.S. zoo with a permanent exhibit of giant pandas is in this city
    $200 15
"I shot" one of these "into the air, it fell to earth, I knew not where"
    $200 7
In 1978 the first annual Governors Award of the Television Academy went to this CBS executive
    $200 27
A 2-letter abbreviation for a trailer or motor home you can camp in
    $300 3
Milton Berle greeted his TV audience with the words "Good evening ladies and" these
    $300 23
2 of the 3 states that share the Ozark Plateau
    $300 19
Little foxes are known both as pups & as these
    $300 16
This son of Aphrodite is the hero of Virgil's masterpiece
    $300 8
Husband & wife Wm. Daniels & Bonnie Bartlett won Emmys in 1986 for playing a husband & wife in this series
    $300 28
Trademarked solidified alcohol that isn't for drinking but for fueling your camp stove
    $400 4
It's how the Doors greeted a girl in the title of their second & last No. 1 hit
    $400 24
The chief iron mining centers in the Mesabi Range in this state are Hibbing & Virginia
    $400 20
Tamarins are among the smallest of these animals, & their golden hair resembles a lion's' mane
    DD: $600 17
Theodore Dreiser based this novel on the 1906 murder of Grace Brown in New York State
    $400 9
She won her only Emmy for playing "Sybil", a woman with multiple personalities, in a 1976 TV movie
    $500 5
Francoise Sagan's first novel, its title translates to "Hello Sadness"
    $500 25
At 13,161 feet, Wheeler Peak in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains is the highest in this state
    $500 21
Hordes of these multi-armed sea animals are ravaging the Great Barrier Reef by eating the coral
    $500 18
The forest in "As You Like It", or Enoch's last name
    $500 10
"Patterns", a 1955 episode of the "Kraft Television Theatre", won this writer his 1st of 6 Emmys

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Bruce Brian Philip
-$100 $600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Brian Philip
$2,700 $1,100 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In 1977 this prime minister of India resigned
    $200 1
Every July the town of Pictou holds a carnival to honor this crustacean
    $200 24
William Gillette's 1895 spy drama "Secret Service" is set in Richmond at the end of this war
    $200 7
The highest classification the State Dept. would tell us about, it's more secret than "secret"
    $200 13
From the 1850s to the 1920s, many Americans studied at l'École des Beaux-Arts in this city
    $200 15
Baroness von Suttner, a pacifist, encouraged the creation of this prize & won it herself in 1905
    $400 3
The Manchu Dynasty in China made it a requirement that Chinese men wear this
    $400 12
During WWI & WWII this capital city was Canada's most important naval base
    $400 25
MacConnachy Square is the heart of this enchanted Scottish village
    $400 8
This branch of the armed forces falls under the Transportation Dept. in peacetime & the Navy in time of war
    $400 14
His Imperial Palace Hotel was one of the few buildings in Tokyo left undamaged after the 1923 quake
    $400 16
Derisive epithet used to describe some powerful American capitalists of the late 1800s
    $600 4
Thutmosis was the first Egyptian ruler buried in this spot in Western Thebes
    $600 21
You can take a ferry ride from Nova Scotia to this U.S. state
    $600 26
This John Webster play, first produced around 1613, takes place in Rome, Milan & Malfi
    $600 9
Term for a diplomatic official assigned to an embassy in a technical capacity
    $600 20
The Palace of Governors in this state capital was built of adobe in 1610
    $600 17
5 sons of the founder of this banking dynasty became barons of the Austrian Empire
    $800 5
Devil's Island was the best known of many penal colonies in this territory
    DD: $2,500 22
Dikes make it possible to farm the marshland created by the world's highest tides in this bay
    $800 27
This city is the setting for Harold Pinter's plays "The Caretaker" & "The Homecoming"
    $800 10
The Forest Service is an agency of this department, not the Department of the Interior
    DD: $800 29
The 36 columns of the Lincoln Memorial stand for these
    $800 18
After serving with the Russians against the Turks, this German retired & became famous for his tall tales
    $1000 6
He bankrupted his country & fell from power in 1955; in 1973 he was made president again
    $1000 23
Before it was called Nova Scotia, early French settlers called it this
    $1000 28
The town in "Our Town" is in this New England state
    $1000 11
Unemployment insurance was one of the provisions of this 1935 act
    $1000 30
James Renwick built NYC's St. Patrick's Cathedral in this architectural style
    $1000 19
This poet who wrote "Idylls of the King" wasn't a king, but he was a baron

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Brian Philip
$10,100 $5,800 $5,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In this country domestic mail is free & int'l mail can be sent from French or Spanish post offices

Final scores:

Bruce Brian Philip
$15,200 $11,590 $11,400
3-day champion: $25,600 2nd place: trip to Palm Springs & stay at the Oasis Water Resort Villa Hotel + Ricardo Beverly Hills luggage 3rd place: Colortyme TV + Nintendo Entertainment System with Family & Junior editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bruce Brian Philip
$9,900 $4,100 $5,700
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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Game tape date: 1989-12-04
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