Show #1353 - Wednesday, June 20, 1990

Eric Terzuolo game 4.

Contestants

Joan King, a renovator from Tampa, Florida

Diego Cordovez, a venture capitalist from Palo Alto, California

Eric Terzuolo, a foreign service officer from Washington, D.C. (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,900)

Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA
POP MUSIC
ENGLISH LITERATURE
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
TELEVISION
FAMILIAR PHRASES
    $100 1
Davy Crockett was "King of the Wild Frontier", & people called him "Man of the New Frontier"
    $100 30
Completes the title of the 1975 album that includes "Sara Smile", "Daryl Hall &..."
    $100 7
Some say he wrote "The Pilgrim's Progress" while in jail
    $100 9
Oil magnate whose largesse made possible the founding of the University of Chicago
    $100 6
As Jack Tripper he found both that "Three's Company" & "It's a Crowd" too
    $100 21
Knitted underwear that runs from your waist to your ankles
    $200 2
Of our first 5 presidents, the only one who wasn't from Virginia
    $200 14
Her 1989 album "Warm and Tender" is filled with lullabies & ballads for her little daughter, Chloe
    $200 15
His works can be classified as "Hobbit" forming
    $200 10
This scotch's Black Label says it's 12 years old, its Red Label doesn't mention any age
    $200 22
Higgins on "Magnum P.I", he's still hawking those macadamia nuts
    $200 26
Mr. Bench when he hits his mark, or anyone who is present when needed
    $300 3
After his dog named "Him" was killed, J. Edgar Hoover gave this president "J. Edgar"
    $300 13
He didn't do too badly in 1982 with "Hurts So good"
    $300 16
Romantic poet whose works include "Endymion" & "Hyperion"
    $300 11
Along with Peter Guber, he is now running Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc.
    $300 23
Johnny LaRue among others on "SCTV", he got his own Sat. morning cartoon series in 1989
    $300 27
In a 1712 satire, Dr. John Arbuthnot used this nickname for an Englishman
    $400 4
Our 12th president was Zachary Taylor & our 17th was this "Tennessee Tailor"
    $400 12
No. 1 hits he wrote include Peter, Paul & Mary's "Leaving on a Jet Plane" & his own "Annie's Song"
    DD: $500 17
He wrote "Death, be not proud, though some have called thee mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so"
    $400 19
He invented the first self-cleaning steel plow, then ran with it
    $400 24
On this show Louise leads the 1-2-1 Club, for singles, whose members include Ralph, Kate & Kirk
    $400 28
In Old English law this name was used to disguise the identity of the plaintiff in an eviction case
    $500 5
After his term as president ended in 1829, he was elected to the House & died there in 1848
    $500 8
Born Malcolm Rebennack, in 1973 he had a big hit with "Right Time, Wrong Place"
    $500 18
The work that made this philosopher famous was an "Essay Concerning Human Understanding"
    $500 20
Now known for Kaopectate, in 1884 this drug co. created the friable pill, which dissolved easily in the body
    $500 25
For playing Bo Duke you could say he got Hazzard pay
    $500 29
It can refer to a legendary black man of exceptional strength or your signature

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Eric Diego Joan
$1,500 $1,400 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Diego Joan
$2,400 $2,500 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CIVIL WAR
FASHION
ORGANIZATIONS
EUROPEAN ARTISTS
U.S. CITIES
SCREENWRITERS
    $200 1
In ancient times the women of this country wore the peplos, a tunic secured at the waist by a girdle
    $200 22
In 1768 Sir Joshua Reynolds became the first pres. of this country's Royal Academy of Arts
    $200 7
In 1722 French explorer B. de la Harpe called the site of this future capital "La Petite Roche"
    $200 2
She adapted her play "Watch on the Rhine" for the screen with the help of Dashiell Hammett
    $400 24
Arlington House in Arlington Nat'l Cemetery became a memorial to this general in 1955
    $400 23
"The Speckled Band of Boston", "Mrs. Hudson's Lodgers" & "Dr. Watson's Neglected Patients"
    $400 21
This troubled Dutchman's career lasted only 10 years; he shot himself in 1890
    $400 8
2 of the smaller airports serving this southern city are Charlie Brown & DeKalb Peachtree
    $400 3
In the '70s he wrote 2 spoofs about sleuths, "The Cheap Detective" & "Murder by Death"
    $600 12
This future admiral led the fleet that captured New Orleans in April 1862
    $600 16
The oldest & largest Jewish service organization, its name means "sons of the covenant"
    DD: $2,800 19
It isn't known when he left his birthplace, Crete, but as a young man he studied with Titian in Venice
    $600 9
This state's second largest city is Rockford
    $600 4
Playwright John Guare wrote the screenplay for this 1981 film named for a N.J. resort
    $800 11
1,000 were killed or wounded in July 1863 anti-draft riots here
    $800 26
The name for this pair of eyeglasses on a handle comes from the French for "to cast sidelong glances"
    $800 15
Founded by 20 officers of the American Expeditionary Force, it's the largest veterans org. in the U.S.
    $800 17
Belgian surrealist who often painted mysterious men in bowler hats
    DD: $2,600 10
To reach the top of this city's Mt. Washington, take the Monongahela incline, a funicular RR
    $800 5
She co-wrote the screenplay for "True Confessions" with her husband, John Gregory Dunne
    $1000 13
Entering from Canada, Confederate troops raided St. Albans in this New England state
    $1000 25
This empress of France appointed C.F. Worth, an Englishman, court dressmaker in 1869
    $1000 14
Occupation of most of the 1.7 million members of the NEA
    $1000 18
Painter & woodcut designer called the greatest German Renaissance artist
    $1000 20
The Tyler Davidson Fountain is the hub from which distances are measured in this Ohio city
    $1000 6
The 2 actors who co-wrote "Easy Rider" with Terry Southern

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Diego Joan
$11,600 $8,900 $100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LANDMARKS
Its name is Italian for "theater at the stairway"

Final scores:

Eric Diego Joan
$17,801 $6,200 $10
4-day champion: $52,701 2nd place: trip to Malaysia & stay at Penang Mutiara Beach Resort 3rd place: Lucien Piccard his & hers watches & Nintendo Entertainment System with Family & Junior editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Eric Diego Joan
$9,300 $7,100 $100
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
3 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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