Show #1282 - Tuesday, March 13, 1990

Missing introductions.


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Paul Oglesby, a lawyer from Mattoon, Illinois

Phil Leib, a typographer from Westfield, New Jersey

Jamie Orenstein, an attorney from Brooklyn, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $4,798)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
An electric current generates this type of field
    $100 1
Hermaphroditus was the son of Hermes & this goddess of love & beauty
    $100 15
The 1st collegiate athletic contest was a crew race between these 2 Ivy League schools in 1852
    $100 26
This loose-fitting Hawaiian dress was given originally to the native women by missionaries
    $100 11
The Cotton Club helped make this NYC neighborhood famous as an entertainment center in the 1920s
    $100 21
According to its name, this brand of TV is "the top"
    $200 7
Negatively charged, it was the 1st subatomic particle discovered
    $200 2
Finn MacCool was a hero in the mythology of these early Europeans
    $200 16
The frog kick is the only leg movement allowed in this swimming style
    $200 27
The first names of the 2 "Kleins" in the forefront of 20th century American fashion
    $200 12
Named for the 4th letter of the Greek alphabet, these brain waves are produced during deep sleep
    $200 22
It's an Italian word for "little gourd" or squash
    $300 8
Anagram of "clan" that's a formula for salt
    $300 3
In his infancy this symbol of strength strangled 2 serpents sent by Hera
    $300 18
A yokozuna is a grand champion in this Japanese sport
    $300 28
Numerical name of the baggy knickers worn by sportsmen of the 1920s & '30s
    $300 13
Type of Alpine singing heard in Act III of Rossini's "William Tell"
    $300 23
Capital of the puppet state of Croatia during WWII, now capital of Yugoslavia's Croatian Republic
    $400 9
A star that's collapsed in upon itself creating a gravity field so strong not even light escapes
    $400 4
Part human, part beast, these boisterous creatures were attendants of Dionysus
    $400 19
In 1963 this golfer first broke the $100,000 barrier for winnings
    $400 29
Sales of men's undershirts plummeted when Gable didn't wear one in this 1934 comedy
    $400 14
Will Rogers often opened his lectures saying, "All I know is" this
    $400 24
Ohio city that has a museum displaying memorabilia of the author of "The Lone Star Ranger"
    $500 10
The reason cyclones spin clockwise in the S. Hemisphere & the other way in the north is this "effect"
    $500 5
In Greek mythology these giants ruled the world before the gods & goddesses took over
    $500 20
Landover, Maryland is home to this National Hockey League team
    $500 30
1 of the most important 19th c. inventions was this Frenchman's loom that wove very intricate patterns
    $500 17
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow & Nathaniel Hawthorne were fellow students at this college in Brunswick, Me.
    DD: $1,400 25
Group that had its biggest hit with the following in 1964:

"Well, no one told me about her, the way she lied / Well, no one told me about her,..."

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

Jamie Phil Paul
$1,300 $500 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie Phil Paul
$2,400 $1,300 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In normal childbirth, this part of the baby emerges 1st
    $200 10
1 of 3 magazines published by the Children's Television Workshop
    $200 20
The opposite of a preface or prologue; it's a short addition at the end of a literary work
    $200 1
Major chain formed when the Indian Shield pushed up against the Asian landmass
    $200 26
Charles Russell, who lived 1864-1926, is known for his paintings of life in this section of the U.S.
    $200 11
Olivier filmed "Henry V" during this war; to avoid air raids, the battle scenes were shot in Ireland
    $400 5
It's the most common emergency abdominal surgery in the Western world
    $400 15
Founded as a humor magazine in 1883, its name was bought by Time in 1936 & it was given a new format
    $400 21
It's the more common name of a soliloquy
    $400 3
According to the Bible, he died on Mount Nebo which overlooks the Promised Land
    $400 25
The chief exponents of this movement were Rosenquist, Lichtenstein & Warhol
    $400 12
Olivier directed this woman, his 2nd wife, in the 1949 London production of "A Streetcar Named Desire"
    DD: $1,300 6
Apoplexy is another term for this sudden loss of blood to the brain
    DD: $1,700 17
Playboy was based on the early formula for this men's magazine that featured Varga Girls
    $600 22
It's now defined as "silent performance", but originally it included dialogue
    $600 4
The Alps are divided among a number of countries; the Transylvanian Alps are all in this country
    $600 27
For a fresco, you have to put this on the wall before you apply the paint
    $600 13
On film he played this Shakespearean villain with a real limp after an arrow struck his leg
    $800 7
An analgesic is taken to do this
    $800 18
Cyrus Curtis founded this women's magazine in 1883; by 1987 its circulation was over 5 million
    $800 23
Poetry that uses natural cadences & stressed & unstressed syllables instead of meter is called this
    $800 8
The chief system of Mexico; it consists of the Occidental, Oriental & del Sur Ranges
    $800 14
It was in this great romantic role that Olivier said, "The Moors and I will never change"
    $1000 28
3 semicircular canals in the inner part of this organ help maintain balance
    $1000 19
Technology oriented publication that calls itself "The What's New Magazine"
    $1000 24
"He had a chin like Rin Tin Tin" is not only a rhyming couplet, it is also an example of this figure of speech
    $1000 9
The highest contiguous range of the Southern Appalachians
    $1000 29
Leonard Craske's "The Man at the Wheel" statue in Gloucester, Massachusetts honors them
    $1000 16
Olivier's favorite role was the seedy comic, Archie Rice, in this John Osborne work

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie Phil Paul
$4,100 $8,600 $4,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 8 B.C., when this month was renamed, a day from Feb. was added so it equaled the month before it

Final scores:

Jamie Phil Paul
$4,100 $9,001 $700
2nd place: trip on Delta to Boston & stay at the Copley Plaza Hotel + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger New champion: $9,001 3rd place: La-Z-Boy sleep sofa + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jamie Phil Paul
$5,400 $8,900 $4,500
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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Game tape date: 1989-10-24
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