Show #1269 - Thursday, February 22, 1990

Erik Larsen game 2.
Missing introductions.


Cheryl McBride, an adult services librarian from New Jersey

Mark Henke, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Erik Larsen, a temporary secretary originally from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
City in which the "Tijuana Trolley" runs from downtown to the border
    $100 6
This British sport was an Olympic event just once, in 1900 when Britain beat France 262-104
    $100 13
A pediatrician specializes in treating these people
    $100 26
"Bell, book and candle shall not drive me back" is a line from his play "King John"
    $100 7
The adventures of this little English rabbit-chaser were 1st published in 1865
    $100 21
In a nursery rhyme, this line follows "Jack, be nimble, Jack, be quick..."
    $200 2
The South Beach area of this city became a trendy hangout after a TV series brought it prominence
    $200 8
This country has won the gold medal in ice hockey 7 of the last 9 Winter Olympics
    $200 17
René Laënnec is credited with inventing this instrument used to listen to a patient's heartbeat
    $200 27
The tongue of a bell is known as this
    $200 9
Prosper Mérimée wrote the 1845 novella about an unfaithful Gypsy girl upon which this opera was based
    $200 22
Despite its name, this device used to extinguish candles isn't made from tobacco
    $300 3
A 1989 Money magazine poll ranked this as the best big city in Pennsylvania in which to live
    $300 11
In 1976 these 2 brothers won gold medals in boxing & later both were champs in the pro ranks
    $300 18
Sometimes these breathing attacks can be controlled by bronchodilators
    $300 28
This bell was 1st heard on British radio on New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, 1923
    $300 10
The original title of John Cleland's novel about Fanny Hill is "Memoirs of a Woman of" this
    $300 23
This popular candle ingredient is made by insects
    $400 4
City whose suburbs include
Lexington &
    $400 12
In 1968 Bob Beamon surpassed the world record in this event by almost 2 feet
    $400 19
An inheritable alteration of the genes, it can be caused by X-rays or chemicals
    $400 29
The most famous one of these multi-belled instruments is in St. Rombold's Cathedral in Mechlen, Belgium
    DD: $500 14
This nonfiction work was 1st published in 1947 as "Het Achterhuis", which means "The Annex" in Dutch
    $400 24
Since lighting candles was once a menial job, this phrase has come to mean "he is greatly inferior to you"
    $500 5
Home to Baylor University, this Texas city on the Brazos River was named after an Indian tribe
    $500 16
This event has 28 hurdles & 7 water jumps
    $500 20
Condition that is marked by a deficiency in red blood cells
    $500 30
From 1948-1963 this U.S. coin featured a bell on the tails side
    $500 15
In the title of Lytton Strachey's most famous biography, this adjective precedes "Victorians"
    $500 25
The berries of this shrub, also called a candleberry, form a fragrant greenish wax used in candles

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Erik Mark Cheryl
$1,700 $700 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Erik Mark Cheryl
$4,100 $2,300 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
A grocery store, or what there isn't for snowmobiles in Fiji
    $200 1
This symbol on Greece's flag stands for the country's adherence to Christianity
    $200 11
As you would expect, this actor also played king of Siam in "Anna & the King", a '72 CBS TV series
    $200 15
A written promise to pay a debt
    $200 2
Guy Fawkes was executed opposite this building, which he'd tried to blow up
    $200 10
Michelangelo's only signed sculpture was this statue of Mary & the crucified Christ
    $400 27
Term for goods used to make other goods; they can be found anywhere, not just in Washington, D.C.
    $400 3
The Greeks eat more of this than any other meat
    $400 12
Since 1984 he's played Daniel, "The Karate Kid", in 3 films
    $400 21
These 2 vowels have been cast as human blood types; that makes them typecast
    $400 4
Controversial vice president & duelist who was a grandson of the Puritan theologian Jonathan Edwards
    $400 17
Although born in Caprese, Michelangelo grew up in this Italian city-state
    $600 28
George Bush chose Richard Darman, Deputy Treasury Secretary under Reagan, for this post
    $600 5
Many Greek men carry these beads called "kombologia"
    $600 13
This actress was nominated for an Oscar for her performance in "The French Lieutenant's Woman"
    $600 22
Somewhere along her career, Dionne Warwick gained then lost this letter from her last name
    $600 6
He was superintendent of a state military academy in Louisiana 3 years before he ravaged Georgia
    DD: $1,000 18
Leonardo da Vinci painted "The Last Supper", & Michelangelo painted "The Last" this
    $800 29
This Cabinet department periodically releases the gross national product figures
    $800 8
Political party to which Andreas Papandreou belongs
    $800 14
Robert Donat & Peter O'Toole received Oscar nominations 30 years apart for playing this British teacher
    $800 23
This is the abbreviation for "that is"
    $800 7
He became Great Britain's 1st sea lord in 1955, 8 years after serving as viceroy of India
    $800 19
The horns on the head of the statue of this biblical figure are believed to represent light rays
    DD: $500 30
The chief officer of the General Accounting Office has this title
    $1000 25
When the Corinth Canal was completed, this peninsula technically became an island
    $1000 16
John Wayne played this title role in 1975's follow-up to "True Grit"
    $1000 24
In the U.S. a movie for all ages is rated "G"; in England it's certified this
    $1000 9
Her husband, John O. Dominis, was governor of Oahu before she became queen of Hawaii
    $1000 20
For 40 years Michelangelo worked on the tomb of this pope

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Erik Mark Cheryl
$9,200 $4,700 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The melody for "Hail, Hail, The Gang's All Here" comes from this comic operetta

Final scores:

Erik Mark Cheryl
$14,200 $9,400 $9,700
2-day champion: $17,700 3rd place: Maytag Jetclean dishwasher + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version 2nd place: Zenith portable computer + Jason Perma Focus 2000 binoculars + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Erik Mark Cheryl
$9,700 $4,700 $5,800
24 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
0 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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Game tape date: 1989-10-10
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