Show #1303 - Wednesday, April 11, 1990

Contestants

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Roy Jimenez, a software developer from Sonoma, California

Bill Schwartz, a deputy district attorney from San Pedro, California

Ed Borasky, a supercomputer programmer from Aloha, Oregon (whose 3-day cash winnings total $38,025)

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Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN HISTORY
SINGERS & THEIR ROLES
LEGAL LINGO
MEDICAL MATTERS
COMMON BONDS
MARK TWAIN
    $100 27
Of the Greek city-states, it was the 1st to raise a standing army
    $100 30
She played Betsy Booth to Mickey Rooney's "Andy Hardy"
    $100 13
Larceny is usually divided into these 2 classes depending on the value of the stolen property
    $100 11
You have hypertension when this is abnormally high
    $100 9
T.E., Vicki, Welk
    $100 1
In "Pudd'nhead Wilson", Twain said a classic is "a book which people praise & don't" do this
    $200 26
Their marriage in 1469 began the unification of nearly all of present-day Spain
    $200 29
On stage, he was Ziggy Stardust, the king of space rock, & on film, an alien in "The Man Who Fell to Earth"
    $200 28
"At the time in question I was on a retreat in the Himalayas" is an example of one
    $200 16
It's what the "P" stands for in G.P.
    $200 20
The Rainbow Coalition, Operation Breadbasket, PUSH
    $200 6
In 1894 Twain took this title character "Abroad" & 2 years later he became a "Detective"
    $300 4
The ancient Romans called this land "Hibernia"
    $300 24
She was the Acid Queen in "Tommy" & Auntie Entity in "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome"
    $300 14
Paying an attorney to insure that his services will be available puts him "on" this
    $300 25
Before becoming a resident, most medical college graduates spend a year in this capacity
    $300 23
Gravure, silkscreen, offset
    $300 8
He worked as a riverboat pilot on the Mississippi until traffic was curtailed due to this
    $400 2
This republic immediately preceded Hitler's 3rd Reich
    $400 5
He made 2 films, "Come September" & "That Funny Feeling", with his wife, Sandra Dee
    $400 10
In this type of law school "court", 2 teams of students take opposing sides of an imaginary case
    $400 15
This sugar is the body's chief source of energy for cell metabolism
    $400 18
A piano, a kite, a marionette
    $400 21
Samuel Clemens 1st used the name Mark Twain in 1863 while writing for this Nevada town's newspaper
    $500 3
This French city's Palace of the Popes was the center of Christianity for most of the 14th century
    $500 7
She acted & sang in "Pete Kelly's Blues" & provided the voices of the Siamese cats in "Lady & the Tramp"
    $500 12
Middle English for "to shut out", it means to bar one's right to redeem mortgaged property
    DD: $900 17
This most common suffix in medicine means "inflammation of "
    $500 19
Bilge water, gasoline, iron
    $500 22
When 1st published, this book of Twain's travels to Europe was sold mainly by door-to-door salesman

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

Ed Bill Roy
$1,500 $600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Bill Roy
$3,000 $1,000 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

FOREIGN WORDS & PHRASES
DRAMA
COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
REFERENCE BOOKS
PEOPLE
WHALES
    $200 1
Phrase used to describe an 18th century German literary movement, it means "storm & stress"
    $200 3
Eugene O'Neill wrote about a "Long Day's Journey into" this
    $200 11
In Pre-Columbian times the region that's now this country was called Quito, for the Quitu Indian natives
    $200 9
Leslie Halliwell & Leonard Maltin are both known for writing guides to these
    $200 8
The cast of "L.A. Law" refers to these married co-stars as "The Tuckerberries"
    $200 7
Experts can identify species of whales by the height & share of water vapor exhaled through this
    $400 2
Spanish for "little war", it describes limited attacks behind enemy lines
    $400 12
Robert Sherwood told about Duke Mantee in "The Petrified Forest" & this man "in Illinois"
    $400 13
This country's Olympic Stadium features a statue of long distance runner Paavo Nurmi
    $400 10
As the credits indicate, many "Jeopardy!" clues are verified using this ency. from Macmillan
    $400 14
In 1964 Anthony Blunt secretly admitted to being a spy, but he kept his job as art advisor to her
    $400 17
This country accounts for the most whales killed each year
    $600 4
French for "to know what to do"; you've got it if you're sophisticated & self-confident
    $600 15
In the 1st line of this 1949 work, Linda calls with some trepidation, "Willy!"
    $600 21
The former German colony of South West Africa is now known by this name
    $600 19
Irma S. Rombauer & Marion Rombauer Becker 1st published this cookbook in 1931
    $600 18
In 1938 this wrestler married Babe Didrikson
    $600 22
Also known as the sulfur-bottom whale, it's the largest animal that ever lived
    $800 5
Chinese phrase meaning "work together", it's come to mean unswervingly loyal or enthusiastic
    $800 16
Noel Coward's "Bitter Sweet" opened in 1929 & this play of his with the same initials opened in 1941
    $800 23
In the 19th century this Asian nation was divided into 3 regions: Annam, Tonkin & Cochin China
    $800 25
She graced the June 19, 1989 cover of People holding her baby daughter, Danielle Riley Keough
    DD: $2,000 29
Common name of the whale seen here, its scientific name means "big-winged New Englander"
    $1000 6
From the Persian word for "give", it's a gift of money used as a tip or bribe in the Mideast
    DD: $3,000 20
A Longfellow poem & a Lillian Hellman play share this timely title
    $1000 24
A 15-mile causeway connects this Persian Gulf island nation with Saudia Arabia
    $1000 27
All doctors in the U.S. receive a free copy of the PDR, this book of pharmaceutical information
    $1000 26
This comedian directed 3 films before receiving his 1st Oscar nomination, for acting in "Broadcast News"
    $1000 28
This Arctic whale, identified by its long tusk, is also called the unicorn whale

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Bill Roy
$7,800 $1,600 $9,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE ROARING '20s
Term given to the flowering of Black American arts & letters

Final scores:

Ed Bill Roy
$0 $3,100 $15,601
3rd place: Sears Lighthouse Collection curio cabinet 2nd place: Profile vertical blinds & Hartco parquet floor tiles New champion: $15,601

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Coryat scores:

Ed Bill Roy
$9,800 $1,600 $7,500
21 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
4 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,900

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