Show #1295 - Friday, March 30, 1990

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Andy Gedo, a real estate consultant originally from Chicago, Illinois

Dan Ritey, a senior account executive from North Hollywood, California

David Vanden Heuvel, a teacher from Banning, California

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Jeopardy! Round

THE CIVIL WAR
SALADS
VOCABULARY
1981 MOVIES
INVENTIONS
FAMOUS JOES & JOSEPHS
    $100 8
After the war, Confederate general Nathan Forrest served as the first head of this supremacist group
    $100 2
The word salad comes from Latin for this, because most Romans dressed their salads with little else
    $100 3
A person who uses offensive epithets against a political opponent is said to be doing this with mud
    $100 4
This Harrison Ford movie was the 1st collaboration by George Lucas & Steven Spielberg
    $100 5
E.T. Holmes made the first one of these in 1877 to serve 6 telephone subscribers in Boston
    $100 6
1 of the 3 heavyweight boxing champs to fit this category
    $200 19
Lincoln was asked to make a "few appropriate remarks" here November 19, 1863
    $200 10
Toss together some lettuce, olives, cucumbers & feta cheese & you've got this ethnic salad
    $200 14
Meaning savage & cruel, it comes from the Latin "trux", which means fierce
    $200 18
Miles O'Keeffe played this title role in a film produced by Bo Derek & directed by husband John
    $200 13
You could have gotten stuck on this company's first stick-on Band-Aids in 1921
    $200 7
This Delaware senator chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee
    $300 20
The Confederates held this fort from April 1861 to February 1865
    $300 15
This 3-letter prefix that precedes "goblin" can also mean goblin when it stands alone
    $300 21
This film starring Laurence Olivier as Gen. Douglas MacArthur was produced by the Unification Church
    $300 23
In 11th century China, Pi Sheng made this out of clay; about 1445 Gutenberg used metal
    $300 11
This world leader's real name was Joseph Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili
    $400 9
He earned his nickname at First Bull Run & led 25,000 Confederates at its sequel, Second Bull Run
    $400 16
It can be a spokesman, part of your phone or a protective rubber device worn by a boxer
    $400 22
This actor had his last theatrical film role as police commissioner Waldo in "Ragtime"
    $400 12
In 1982 this British singer paired with Jennifer Warnes in the No. 1 hit "Up Where We Belong"
    $500 1
Due to rumors of his Southern sympathies, the U.S. Gov't didn't buy his new machine gun during the war
    DD: $600 27
In Europe salad may follow the main course because vinegar dressings can conflict with the taste of this
    $500 25
This adjective meaning "of the earliest ages" appears in the first line of Longfellow's "Evangeline"
    $500 24
In "First Monday in October", this actress played Ruth Loomis, 1st woman on the Supreme Court
    $500 26
The U.S. developed the NTSC system of this; France, SECAM & Germany, PAL
    $500 17
Late charismatic scholar seen on a PBS series in 1988 conversing with Bill Moyers on "The Power Of Myth"

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

David Dan Andy
$600 $500 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Dan Andy
$1,500 $1,000 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

FRENCH LITERATURE
COMPOSERS
LAW
AMERICAN RELIGION
PSYCHOLOGY
GEOGRAPHY
    $200 7
At the end of their story, one returns to his estate, one marries a rich widow & one becomes a monk
    $200 1
Berlioz neglected his medical studies in this capital, preferring to spend his nights at the opera
    $200 21
In the closing arguments in a federal criminal case, this side goes first & gets to do a rebuttal
    $200 27
After divorcing Daniel Patterson, she married her third husband, Asa Gilbert Eddy
    $200 2
Many consider a genius to be someone who scores 140 or better on a standard one of these
    $200 11
Though Abidjan has the main gov't buildings, Yamoussoukro is this country's official capital, tusk, tusk
    $400 8
Type of lit. that was the specialty of Francois Villon, Marie De France & Charles Baudelaire
    $400 19
A master composer of ballets, he was the leading Russian composer of the late 19th century
    $400 22
You can perform Shakespeare's plays without paying royalties since copyright law defines them as this
    $400 17
In the 1600s the Baptists began baptizing by this method
    $400 3
Term for a physical illness caused or worsened by psychological factors
    $400 12
To Tibetans it's "Chomolungma", the goddess mother
    $600 9
The son of Grandgousier & Gargamelle, he was a medieval folk hero before Rabelais wrote about him
    $600 20
Friedrich Nietzsche was a close friend of this "Lohengrin" composer but later turned against him
    $600 15
In Latin legal lingo it means "by the fact itself"
    DD: $600 29
In 1790 the first emancipation petition was submitted to Congress by this religious group
    $600 4
Field of psychology that centers on the study of work & work environments
    $600 18
There's a canyon full of odd rocks named for pioneer Ebenezer Bryce in this state
    $800 10
A teacher of philosophy until her first novel was published, her best-known work is "The Second Sex"
    $800 25
First name shared by Vivaldi & Salieri
    $800 13
He was the last president to be one of the litigants in a case before the Supreme Court
    $800 28
The Catholic mission at San Juan Capistrano was founded in the 18th century by this Franciscan
    $800 5
An adult who returrns to a childhood level of behavior is exhibiting this defense mechanism
    $800 23
It's the longest U.S. river east of the Mississippi
    $1000 14
Denis Diderot is best known as editor of one of these reference works, the first modern one in any language
    DD: $3,400 26
Despite his protests, Claude Debussy's distinctive style was labeled this
    $1000 16
1849 work in which Thoreau asked, "Unjust laws exist: shall we be content to obey them...?"
    $1000 30
Circuit riding preachers of pioneer days were most associated with this Protestant denomination
    $1000 6
Oliver Sacks wrote a book about one of his patients called "The Man Who Mistook His Wife For" this
    $1000 24
In 1884 it lost its Atacama province to Chile & became a landlocked country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Dan Andy
$4,100 $8,200 $7,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
He became a nat'l hero when he led the Spanish Foreign Legion against Moroccan rebels in the 1920s

Final scores:

David Dan Andy
$8,200 $15,200 $14,600
3rd place: Colortyme Table Model Color TV New champion: $15,200 2nd place: Seragraph & Coffee Machine

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Dan Andy
$4,100 $5,800 $7,200
14 R,
5 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,100

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