Show #1232 - Tuesday, January 2, 1990

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Bruce Daitz, originally from Plattsburgh, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
His flight from RĂ©union to Zambia on the Concorde made him history's fastest pope
    $100 17
Some say this day was 1st observed in France when the new calendar was adopted in 1564, fooling everyone
    $100 16
In 1972 Neil Young went "searchin' for a heart of" this
    $100 6
Robert Hawke is Australia's prime minister & she's head of state
    $100 11
This white sponge cake will never rise toward heaven if there's any grease in the baking pan
    $100 26
To make this drink, mix your rum or brandy with milk &, of course, eggs
    $200 2
This consumer advocate was invited to the White House in 1989, the 1st time in over 8 years
    $200 22
1 of the 2 numbers that can designate midnight in U.S. military time
    $200 18
In 1967 Tom Jones sang, "It's good to touch" this colorful stuff
    $200 7
During World War I Australia & this nation formed a special army corps called ANZAC
    $200 12
Type of sugar most likely used in making icing
    $200 27
An intellectual
    $300 3
1989's winner of the Kentucky Derby
    $300 23
The year before 1 A.D.
    $300 19
The title of a 1969 hit by Tommy James & the Shondells combined this color with "Clover"
    $300 8
This island was first called Van Diemen's Land
    $300 13
Type of holiday pie that might use ox heart in addition to raisins, citron, currants, cherries, etc.
    $300 28
Cylinders of dough filled with chopped vegetables, or an Eastertime event at the White House
    $400 4
In a new version of "The Threepenny Opera", Sting plays this "Mack the Knife" character
    $400 24
A tropical year is defined as the period of time from one of these spring events to the next
    $400 20
"The moon was all aglow and heaven was in your eyes the night that you told me" these
    $400 9
If you take a "Sheila" to a "shivoo", you've done this
    $400 14
When making these French rolls, place the small dough ball on the large one to create the topknot
    $500 5
This president of the Remington Shaver company liked the New England Patriots so much, he bought the team
    $500 25
Sidereal time is time measured in relation to these
    DD: $500 21
Played here by Mantovani, this classic was a rock 'n' roll hit in the '50s, '60s & '70s:

Instrumental music plays.
    $500 10
Australia gets its name from the Latin word with this meaning
    $500 15
Meaning sticky, it's the tough elastic protein in flour that gives bread dough cohesiveness

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Bruce Joan Stephen
$1,300 $2,100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Joan Stephen
$1,500 $2,700 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
During most of the 34 years he lived in London, his friend & partner, Engels, lived in Manchester
    $200 7
In the nursery rhyme, it's what you tell to "go away, come again another day"
    $200 10
There's a statue honoring these men who fought at Lexington & Concord at a nat'l historic park in Mass.
    $200 18
Sir Walter Raleigh imported these tubers from America & planted the 1st crop in Ireland on his estate
    $200 3
Chapter 1 of his book "Mort! Mort! Mort! No Place to Hide" is entitled "Loudmouth"
    $400 2
Ironically, in his youth this English king had been dubbed by the pope "Defender of the Faith"
    $400 8
In 18th century France it was said that "one must not be more royalist than" this person
    $400 14
In 1988 this national park's Old Faithful Inn survived the worst fires in the park's 116-year history
    $400 19
Egyptians not only made paper from this plant, they made ropes, mats & sandals, too
    $400 13
Marlene Dietrich wrote her autobiography "Marlene" in this language
    $600 4
Water from the Euphrates was mechanically lifted high up to irrigate its trees, shrubs & flowers
    $600 9
"On the whole, I'd rather be in Philadelphia" is his self-composed epitaph
    DD: $2,000 15
It's the largest remaining subtropical wilderness in the continental U.S.
    $600 27
The first person on stage in this Leoncavallo opera is Tonio, a clown
    $600 21
Arizona's largest cash crop; it grows more than Alabama & Georgia combined
    $600 20
Late comedienne who dedicated her book "It's Always Something" "To my dear husband Gene Wilder"
    $800 5
In '60 his Israeli captors sent a coded cablegram to Ben-Gurion that read, "The monster is in chains"
    $800 11
This speaker of the House who resigned in 1961 is credited with the comment "To get along, go along"
    $800 16
National park where you'll see the nation's oldest mountains including Clingman's Dome, the park's highest
    $800 26
The libretto for his "Salome" was taken from a poem written in French by Oscar Wilde
    DD: $1,200 22
When these shrubs are grown in alkaline soil, their flowers are usually pink; in acid soil, blue
    $800 25
"Smokey Inside My Life" is about his life, not Smokey the Bear's
    $1000 6
Descartes, Rousseau & Locke were among the leaders of this age that was also called "The Enlightenment"
    $1000 12
In the section of "The Prophet" on marriage, he wrote, "Let there be spaces in your togetherness"
    $1000 17
Lehman Caves are a feature of Great Basin National Park, near Ely in this state
    $1000 23
Common name for the Gramineae family of plants which includes all the grains
    $1000 24
Maureen Donaldson remembers her affair with this actor in "An Affair to Remember"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Joan Stephen
$8,500 $6,300 $600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of Cecil B. De Mille's 70 films, only this non-Biblical one won "Best Picture"

Final scores:

Bruce Joan Stephen
$4,300 $300 $600
2-day champion: $18,300 3rd place: Oneida crystal 2nd place: Broyhill entertainment center + Colortyme TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bruce Joan Stephen
$7,100 $7,500 $1,100
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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Game tape date: 1989-09-12
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