Show #1346 - Monday, June 11, 1990

Contestants

David Nixon, a personnel supervisor from San Antonio, Texas

Stuart Nulman, a newspaper editor and columnist from Saint-Laurent, Montreal

Russ Harris, a writer originally from Lincoln, Nebraska (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

"P"s & "Q"s
FAIRY TALES
JAPAN
FOOD
COWBOYS
INDIANS
    $100 21
Don't worry if you're sleeping under one of these: not all of them are "crazy"
    $100 6
On a visit to town this country animal loved the food but ran home after escaping from a cat
    $100 1
The Japanese refer to Japan by this word which means "source of the sun"
    $100 16
The 3 most popular ice cream flavors
    $100 10
A cowboy "packing iron" was carrying one of these
    $100 11
After Little Big Horn he escaped to Canada, later to return & tour w/ Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show
    $200 22
This word commonly precedes line & pooper
    $200 7
Freudians say this Little Red Riding Hood character represents infantile fear of the father
    $200 2
Financially, this automaker is Japan's largest industrial corporation
    $200 26
Guinness reports this is America's best-selling candy with over 33 billion rolls sold since 1913
    $200 17
This name of part of a saddle comes from the Latin for "apple"
    $200 12
The ghost dance was supposed to bring back dead Indian heroes & make them disappear
    $300 23
Peter's last name in "The Turn of the Screw", or 1/5 of the Dionnes
    $300 8
In "Hansel & Gretel" it was this person who made their father abandon them in the woods
    DD: $500 3
The crest of the Japanese imperial family is a 16-petaled version of this flower
    $300 27
Russian soup made with beets or cabbage, served hot or cold, often with sour cream
    $300 18
On a ranch it was the building in which the hired hands lived
    $300 13
The Pueblos taught weaving to this tribe who became famous for it
    $400 24
The one presented at Oberammergau is probably the most famous in the world
    $400 9
At the wedding at the end of this tale, the bride is 100 years older than the groom but doesn't look it
    $400 4
In 1972 the Winter Olympic Games were held in this city, the capital of Hokkaido
    $400 30
The N.Y. Times & the Good Housekeeping recipes for this type of bread both call for caraway seeds
    $400 19
On a cattle drive the trail boss & this wagon led the way
    $400 14
When Jamestown was founded, the Indians in the region were in a confederacy led by this man
    $500 25
These 2 6-letter synonyms for "tremble" differ by just 1 letter
    $500 28
"Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman" is a line from this story
    $500 5
Former P.M. Tanaka was convicted of bribery in a 1983 scandal involving this U.S. aircraft corp.
    $500 29
Green fruit closely related to the banana that is usually served boiled or fried
    $500 20
Writing on cowboy life, easterners referred to these as "soiled doves"
    $500 15
From an Algonquian word for "brother", it's an animal a clan considers its supernatural patron

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

Russ Stuart David
$1,800 $200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Russ Stuart David
$4,600 $1,000 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES
ART
AVIATION FIRSTS
COMPOSERS
U.S. GEOGRAPHY
AGATHA CHRISTIE
    $200 1
"Surveyor President"
    $200 24
It's said that when Leonardo da Vinci lay dying, this portrait was at his bedside
    $200 6
On September 20, 1904 he flew the first complete circle by an airplane while Orville watched
    $200 21
Tho he remained a bachelor for all his life, he's most famous for his "Wiegenlied" or "Lullaby"
    $200 7
The 2 highest waterfalls in North America, Yosemite & Ribbon Falls, are both in this state
    $200 12
The novel in which Mr. Ratchett is stabbed on a train -- 12 times
    $400 2
"Father of the University of Virginia"
    $400 27
When WWI began, both W. Kandinsky & Marc Chagall returned to this, their native country
    $400 15
In 1968 this German airline was the first to put the Boeing 737 into service
    $400 22
William Herschel, who is famous in this field of science, also did a little composing
    $400 8
Mt. Mitchell near Asheville in this state's Black Mountains is the highest peak east of the Mississippi River
    $400 13
Dame Agatha thought this play might run for 8 months; it opened in 1952 & it's still running
    $600 3
"Hero of New Orleans"
    $600 28
Paul Cezanne's work consisted mostly of still lifes & these, called "paysages" in French
    $600 16
In 1952 this country's de Havilland Comet became the 1st jet plane in commercial service
    $600 23
Donizetti made his mark with an opera based on this wife of Henry VIII
    $600 9
Lake Pontchartrain is this state's largest lake
    $600 14
Much of this book takes place aboard the S.S. Karnak during an Egyptian cruise
    $800 4
"Trust Buster" & "Four Eyes"
    DD: $3,500 29
After more than 40 years at N.Y.'s Museum of Modern Art, this huge Picasso painting was returned to Spain
    $800 17
In 1933 he became the first man to fly solo around the world; 2 years later he died in a crash in Alaska
    DD: $1,000 25
He didn't finish his Oratoria trilogy & wrote only 5 of his 6 planned "Pomp & Circumstance" marches
    $800 10
The old courthouse in this Virginia port city houses the Gen. Douglas MacArthur Memorial
    $800 19
Christie said this female detective always expected the worst of everyone, & was usually right
    $1000 5
"Butcher from Galena" & "Old Three Stars"
    $1000 30
Impressionist born in Pennsylvania in 1844, she died near Paris in 1926
    $1000 18
The first airship to make a round trip crossing of the Atlantic was one of these in 1919
    $1000 26
His "Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun" is a tone poem based on a written poem
    $1000 11
The huge lake created by the Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River is named for this conservationist
    $1000 20
Many people wanted her to change the surprise ending of this '53 courtroom drama, but she refused

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Russ Stuart David
$10,500 $4,400 $10,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MINERALS
These 2 nations lead the world in the production of gold

Final scores:

Russ Stuart David
$20,998 $3,000 $21,800
2nd place: Dresher brass bed + Cicena Art-Deco radio 3rd place: Magnavox bar code/ remote control VCR + Nintendo Entertainment System featuring the Family & Junior Editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune New champion: $21,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Russ Stuart David
$7,600 $4,400 $10,700
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $22,700

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