Show #1306 - Monday, April 16, 1990

Missing player introductions.


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Steve Mueller, an agency manager from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Tom Bowman, an attorney from Kansas City KCTV audition

Jeff Liebowitz, an attorney and writer from Marina del Rey, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
In the classic Disney film, Dumbo's ability to do this makes him a circus sensation
    $100 3
He could have used his middle name, but "Snavely's, the great American chocolate bar" doesn't work
    $100 15
One of them was called John XIX & one was John XXI, but there's no record of a John XX
    $100 18
The name of this West German capital sounds "good" in French
    $100 25
He was commissioned a Lieut. in the Continental Navy 7 months before we declared our independence
    $100 26
A firework on a stick that burns slowly & gives off a shower of incandescent particles
    $200 4
Betty Hutton performed many of her own aerial stunts in this 1952 circus epic
    $200 6
This "masked" creature is known for seeming to wash its food
    $200 1
Last name shared by abolitionist Harriet & long-time Liberian Pres. William
    $200 16
The Vigeland Sculpture Park & Museum in this Norwegian city has been called both "obscene" & "unforgettable"
    $200 21
This pastor was chairman of the S.F. Municipal Housing Authority before he moved to Guyana in 1977
    $200 27
A light that turns on & off to indicate a message or warning, it's also slang for an eye
    $300 5
He played circus owner Larson E. Whipsnade in "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man"
    $300 7
Man's name formed by the first letters of 3 consecutive colors in the rainbow
    $300 8
She made death masks during the Reign of Terror, & later founded a wax museum
    DD: $600 17
This South American city was founded in 1537 & dedicated on August 15, the feast day of the Assumption
    $300 22
After retiring in 1930, this golfer co-founded the Augusta National Golf Club
    $300 28
The lights Hanukkah commemorates were in this building
    $400 11
The elephant stole the show in this Doris Day musical based on Billy Rose's stage spectacular
    $400 13
Supposed hiding places for his treasure include Block Island, R.I. & Deer Island, Me.
    $400 9
His book about Jesus made him famous long before he built a hospital in Africa
    $400 19
In 1968 this city's "Spring" lasted until August when Warsaw Pact troops invaded
    $400 23
He's considered the founder of the English school of classical architecture
    $400 29
Formerly a lighted wick used to touch off a cannon, its name is from the Greek "myxa", lamp wick
    $500 12
This former circus acrobat got to play a circus acrobat in the 1956 film "Trapeze"
    $500 14
College buildings surround a quad, & a church's bldgs. surround one of these courtyards
    $500 10
As a child, he was a clerk in a countinghouse; in 1789, at age 34, he was Treasury Sec'y of the U.S.
    $500 20
As late as '24 this Mongolian city was the seat of the religious leader known as the "living Buddha"
    $500 24
He played Volkswagen owner Jim Douglas in 2 "Love Bug" films & a TV series
    $500 30
Automobile headlight containing a tungsten filament & a gas such as iodine

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Jeff Tom Steve
$1,500 $1,000 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Tom Steve
$2,800 $3,100 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
She died in 1818, so she never knew that her son became president
    $200 21
The armistice ending World War II in the Pacific was signed for the Allies by this general
    $200 1
This futuristic Orwell novel takes place about 6 years ago
    $200 28
A remnant of the Aztec culture still in use today is Nahuatl, which is this
    $200 2
Shock is characterized by a dangerous reduction in the flow of this
    $200 17
In the game of Kelly pool it's unlucky to find your cue ball behind this one
    $400 5
She received a B.A. in theatre from Smith College in 1943
    $400 22
Second to Hitler in power, this former WWI combat pilot was in command of Germany's Luftwaffe
    $400 6
"Noble House" is his "tribute to her Britannic majesty, Elizabeth II" & "the people of... Hong Kong"
    $400 24
Mexicali is the capital of the northern portion of this; La Paz, the southern
    $400 3
The largest & most developed part of the brain
    $400 16
A sprinter who leaves his mark before the starter fires his pistol is said to do this
    $600 13
The 1989 Miss America pageant gave its first Achievement Award to this Chicago-born first lady
    $600 23
This nation was the first in the Western Hemisphere to enter the war
    $600 10
His novel "The Walking Drum" is set in 12th c. Europe, tho he usually wrote about the American West
    DD: $1,000 25
His tenure as president was interrupted by the Emperor Maximilian
    $600 7
Hodgkin's disease is a cancer of this system
    $600 18
In Siam, if the king gave you one of these huge animals, you couldn't put it to work or give it away
    $800 14
She was the first first lady who was older than her husband
    $800 29
Under this 1941 act the president could transfer ships & war materials to the Allies & defer payment
    $800 11
She wrote "Bellefleur" & "A Bloodsmoor Romance"
    $800 26
Starting in the 1540s Creoles, Europeans born in Mexico, formed estates called these
    $800 8
An angioplasty is a procedure that uses a balloon catheter to open these
    $800 19
The loose head of a woodsman's ax provided this phrase's origin, meaning "to suddenly lose self-control"
    DD: $3,400 15
20th c. first lady whose father had a presidential name: Thomas Jefferson Taylor
    $1000 30
This S. European country routed its Italian invaders, so Germany felt obligated to attack it
    $1000 12
"The Crystal Cave" was the first novel in her "Merlin" trilogy
    $1000 27
It's the official name of the country in English
    $1000 9
An MRI is a machine that creates images by resonations induced in this type of field
    $1000 20
Theodore Roosevelt coined this term that refers to the extremely radical members of a group

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Tom Steve
$4,800 $6,900 $11,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This major league manager was born July 30, 1890 in Kansas City, Missouri

Final scores:

Jeff Tom Steve
$9,590 $13,799 $15,000
3rd place: Gibson Epiphone guitar & NES with Family & Junior editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune 2nd place: Software City 286 computer & Kraco portable auto alarm New champion: $15,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeff Tom Steve
$4,800 $6,600 $8,800
15 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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Game tape date: 1989-12-03
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