Show #1234 - Thursday, January 4, 1990

Missing introductions.


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Joe Haggerty, a distributor originally from Woonsocket, Rhode Island

Mary Heffron, originally from New Orleans, Louisiana

Mark Kassabian, from Pasadena, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
It could be a beaver's mother or the barrier the beaver builds to protect his island lodge
    $100 11
The intro of this song tells us "Mrs. William Bailey was out hanging clothes on the line"
    $100 1
Established in 1802, it was the 1st of the service academies
    $100 13
This Viacom music television format now broadcasts in 24 countries
    $100 19
An inhabitant of Byelorussia
    $100 17
As of 7/1/89 all new residential ones of these installed in L.A. must be of the ultra low-flush variety
    $200 8
Among nobility, it's the rank just under prince
    $200 12
"I found my April dream in" this country "with you"
    $200 2
Ben Franklin was a founder of the academy that evolved into this university
    $200 24
This Network is by far the most profitable on cable or commercial TV in the U.S.
    $200 20
In French it's "vin blanc"
    $200 18
At the 1988 Summer Olympics Yugoslavia won the gold in this team sport
    $300 7
To eliminate malfunctioning elements in a computer prog. or hidden mikes in a room
    $300 14
The Chordettes asked him to give their dream "lots of wavy hair like Liberace"
    $300 3
This Baltimore school endowed by a local banker has always been known for its a graduate programs
    $300 25
In 1989 an Oscar was given to this film manufacturer in honor of its 100 years in the industry
    $300 23
The name of this smooth white stone may be from Egyptian for "vessel of (the goddess) Baste"
    $300 28
The Soviet liner Maxim Gorky made news in June 1989 when it accidentally did this
    $400 9
A sequence where square dancers approach each other, circle back to back & resume original positions
    DD: $2,000 15
1930s song to which the Marcels added the following over 25 years later:

"Bom ba ba bom ba bom ba bom bom ba ba bom ba ba bom ba ba dang a dang dang / Ba ba ding a dong ding"
    $400 4
King's' College became Columbia U., & Queen's College became this N.J. state university
    $400 26
This company's Orlando studio is the largest working U.S. movie & TV studio outside California
    $400 22
The white rats used in lab work are Norway rats of this type
    $500 10
A picture or design printed on special paper to be transferred to another material
    $500 16
They're the dead cowboys who are "a-tryin' to catch the devil's herd across these endless skies"
    $500 5
During the Colonial period this was the only college in the South
    $500 27
The Beatles' Co. filed suit against a computer company for using this name on musical synthesizers
    $500 21
Nickname of the group of navy battleships that began a 14-month world cruise in 1907

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

Mark Mary Joe
$4,800 $500 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Mary Joe
$5,800 $300 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 25
Dumas père's novel "The Black Tulip" is, not surprisingly, set in this country
    $200 6
This nautically nicknamed prince of Portugal never traveled farther than North Africa
    $200 1
Chemical compound named for the man who introduced tobacco into France, Jean Nicot
    $200 9
6th c. Prince Shotoku called himself "emperor of the rising sun" & called the emperor of China this
    $200 8
A "scryer" can supposedly divine future or distant events by gazing into one of these
    $400 24
After R. Chillingworth dies, Pearl becomes "the richest heiress of her day" in this novel
    $400 7
This Shoshone woman was probably the most famous Indian guide of all time
    $400 2
Yiddish verb & noun for snack; it derived from Old High German "nascon", to gnaw
    $400 12
Noh plays were 1st performed in the 14th century, while these livelier dramas began in the 16th
    $400 20
Magician's prop that's usually made of hazel wood cut from a tree at sunrise
    $600 23
When she worked for Mr. Rochester, this was Jane Eyre's profession
    $600 10
Some say this outlaw pair was killed by soldiers during a bank robbery in Uruguay, not in Bolivia
    $600 3
Northern opportunists in the post-Civil-War South, named for their luggage
    $600 13
As a result of WWII Japan lost the southern Kurile Islands to this country, its closest neighbor
    $600 19
Magic word that's based on 1st 4 letters of the alphabet
    $800 21
The 1897 novel in which Lucy Westenra ends up with a stake through her heart
    $800 27
Type of painting that John Constable & J.M.W. Turner were famous for in 19th century England
    $800 11
This empress of Mexico was in Europe when her husband, Maximilian, was executed in 1867
    DD: $1,000 4
The name of this elected office is from the Latin word for old man
    $800 14
"The old pond a frog jumps in the sound of the water," is a translation of 1 of these
    $800 18
This 5-pointed star is traditionally a powerful weapon in magic
    $1000 22
His novel "Barnaby Rudge" contains vivid descriptions of the anti-Catholics riots of 1780
    DD: $2,000 26
Surrealist painter of the following whose French title means "This is Not a Pipe":
    $1000 15
His son Richard ruled England from 1658-9 but later fled to Paris where he went by the name "John Clarke"
    $1000 5
Term for the buying of church positions, from Simon Magus who tried to do so in the Bible
    $1000 16
The world's largest active volcanic crater, Mount Aso, is on this southernmost of the main islands
    $1000 17
This root used in potions is said to resemble a human form & scream when pulled from the earth

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Mary Joe
$6,600 $3,500 $6,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1954 the U.N. won for Peace, Hemingway for Literature & this U.S. chemist for Chemistry

Final scores:

Mark Mary Joe
$13,199 $4,000 $13,301
2nd place: Profile vertical blinds + Code-A-Phone 2670 answering system + Jeopardy! home game or computerized version 3rd place: La-Z-Boy sleep sofa + Jeopardy! home game or computerized version New champion: $13,301

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Mary Joe
$7,000 $4,500 $6,700
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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Game tape date: 1989-09-12
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