Show #1185 - Friday, October 27, 1989

Steve Berman game 4.

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Jim Drake, a student originally from Niagara Falls, New York

Ed Brown, a financial consultant from Los Angeles, California

Steve Berman, a film executive from Santa Monica, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $21,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AMERICA
BIOLOGY
TV SHERIFFS
NONFICTION
MONEY
"KEY"s
    $100 3
On April 30, 1812, the territory of Orleans became this state
    $100 8
For an adult elephant it can be up to 1 1/2" thick & weigh about a ton yet can be pierced by an insect
    $100 1
"She's the Sheriff"
    $100 18
Wolgemuth & Hyatt, a Christian publishing firm, released "Out of the Blue" by this Dodger pitcher & MVP
    $100 17
All deposit-taking institutions in the UK must be recognized or licensed by this bank
    $100 13
Years after he wrote his famous poem, he became U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia
    $200 4
In 1816 this city replaced Chillicothe as capital of Ohio
    $200 10
Dizygotic twins are more commonly known by this brotherly name
    $200 2
Barney Fife was his deputy
    $200 19
"Second Chances" is a long-term study of the effects of this family trauma on 60 families in California
    $200 26
In Burkina Faso, Mali, the Central African Republic & Switzerland, the monetary unit is called this
    $200 15
The southernmost city in the continental United States
    $300 5
In 1838 a Mass. law banned sales of this in quantities of less than 15 gal. except for "medicinal purposes"
    $300 11
The fruit of the dandelion is designed to be dispersed by the wind & the fruit of the coconut by this
    $300 7
In this series dimwitted sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane was Boss Hogg's brother-in-law
    $300 20
Justin Kaplan is editing a 16th edition of this book of familiar quotations which is due out in 1992
    $300 27
The current U.S. penny is made of this metal coated with copper
    $300 23
Pennsylvania got this nickname perhaps because it was the center of the 13 original colonies
    DD: $400 6
Fancy footwear in the title of the following hit from 1879:
    $400 14
Euglenas are microscopic organisms scientists classify in both of these groups
    $400 12
For 2 seasons Claude Akins starred in "The Misadventures of" this Georgia sheriff
    $400 21
He tells of his exploits in "7 Pillars of Wisdom" & in the abridged version, "Revolt in the Desert"
    $400 28
Our dollar consists of 100 cents, while the Russian ruble consists of 100 of these
    $400 24
Holy Schlitz! It's slang for a beer can opener
    $500 9
N.Y. governor De Witt Clinton was considered the "father" of this massive project that opened Oct. 26, 1825
    $500 16
They're your smallest blood transport tubes & in some the red cells have to go through single file
    $500 30
Deputy sheriff Lofty Craig was this Western heroine's boyfriend
    $500 22
The USSR banned the slaughter of wolves after the Russian version of this F. Mowat book appeared
    $500 29
Historic act pictured on the obverse of the $2 bill
    $500 25
The clavichord & the harpsichord are included in this group of musical instruments

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Steve Ed Jim
$1,500 $900 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Ed Jim
$3,200 $1,800 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE MYSTERIOUS EAST
CONGRESS
PLAYWRIGHTS
JAZZ PIANISTS
FRENCH ROYALTY
"LOCK"s
(Alex: ...and since we had "KEY"s in the first round, we have [*] in this one.)
    $200 14
From the Malay word for unhusked rice, it's a field where rice is grown
    $200 3
1 of 3 cabinet departments established by the 1st Senate session in 1789
    $200 6
"Blood Wedding" author Federico Garcia Lorca was executed by nationalists in this country in 1936
    $200 24
The musical "Ain't Misbehavin" was based on the music of this heavyweight pianist-songwriter
    $200 19
In 18th century France she was known as "Madame Deficit"
    $200 1
This brazen young blonde was caught napping in Baby Bear's bed
    $400 15
According to religious custom, every Thai man is expected to spend 3 months in one of these
    $400 7
A formal opinion that's been approved by both houses is called this type of resolution
    $400 9
A freed slave named Terence was one of the greatest comic playwrights of this ancient civilization
    $400 27
His quartet, featuring Paul Desmond on alto sax, reached the pop charts in 1961 with "Take Five"
    $400 20
This empress of France was born in 1763 on the island of Martinique
    $400 2
When a sailor drowns, he's said to go to this place
    $600 16
During Mao's leadership this "curtain" separated Communist China from the West
    $600 8
This "plain old country lawyer" of Watergate fame attended plain old Harvard Law School
    $600 12
His bawdy 16th century play "The Mandrake" displays the cynicism he showed in "The Prince"
    $600 28
Early in his career this jazz pianist acquired the nickname "Fatha"
    $600 21
Henry II & Henry IV both married members of this famed Florentine family
    $600 4
She played the 1946 title role in "The She-Wolf of London" & Timmy's mom on TV's "Lassie"
    $800 17
The 1st Anglo-Burmese War was provoked by the Burmese invasion of this country in 1823
    $800 10
The number of senators necessary to make a quorum
    $800 25
This Irishman who worked for the IRA as a courier wrote about the IRA in "The Hostage"
    $800 29
This "royal" pianist's band made a cameo appearance in Mel Brooks' 1974 film "Blazing Saddles"
    DD: $1,000 22
When George Washington became president, this man was king of France
    $800 5
Long, braided hairstyle favored by Rastafarians
    $1000 18
River whose headwaters are in the Tibet highlands & whose delta is just south of Ho Chi Minh City
    DD: $2,400 11
The minimum age of a member of the House of Representatives
    $1000 26
Swedish playwright whose last marriage inspired him to write "The Dance of Death"
    $1000 30
His inability to read music didn't prevent this pianist from composing the music to "Misty"
    $1000 23
The last of the Bourbon kings to rule France was also the 10th & last French king named this
    $1000 13
Psychologist whose "Studies in the Psychology of Sex" was banned in turn-of-the-century England

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Ed Jim
$7,600 $7,000 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FILMS OF THE '50s
The 2 "High" films in which Grace Kelly starred

Final scores:

Steve Ed Jim
$13,999 $2,000 $10,400
4-day champion: $35,799 3rd place: Stiffel table & floor lamps 2nd place: Merrillat Modular oak shelving system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Ed Jim
$6,200 $6,800 $5,400
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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