Show #1302 - Tuesday, April 10, 1990

Contestants

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Joel Silverman, a children's theater actor from Denver, Colorado

Kerry Noonan, an administrative assistant from Los Angeles, California

Ed Borasky, a supercomputer programmer from Aloha, Oregon (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,249)

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Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
ADVERTISING SLOGANS
THE BIBLE
WEATHER
4-LETTER WORDS
PRESIDENTIAL ASTROLOGY
    $100 19
This star of "Kojak" admits he shaves his head every morning
    $100 3
"When you care enough to send the very best", send one of these
    $100 4
Among these tales told by Jesus were those "of the net", "of the mustard seed" & "of the hidden treasures"
    $100 11
Airplanes can trigger bolts of this when traveling through electrified clouds
    $100 16
This word commonly follows cuff or missing
    $100 1
Gerald Ford was the last president born under this "crab"by sign
    $200 21
Creator of "The Cisco Kid", William Sidney Porter was better known by this name
    $200 7
"Wouldn't you really rather have" one of these cars
    $200 5
I Corinthians 7:9 states, "It is better to marry than to" do this
    $200 12
Air is described as supersaturated when the relative humidity is higher than this percent
    $200 22
From the Greek word for "deep sleep", it's a deep, prolonged unconsciousness
    $200 2
It's Jimmy Carter's sign, so don't tip his scales
    $300 27
"The First Time Ever" she had a No. 1 album was "First Take" in 1972
    $300 8
"I like" this lemon-lime soda "in you"
    $300 6
It was like coriander seed, white; & the taste of it was like wafers made with honey
    $300 13
Tornadoes that develop over water are called these
    $300 23
It can be part of your foot, your shoe, your stocking or your loaf of bread
    $300 17
Appropriately, we've had 2 presidents born under this sign, Bush & Kennedy
    $400 28
George Bush pardoned this 91-year-old industrialist for his illegal contributions to Nixon's campaign
    $400 9
"Tan, don't burn use" this
    DD: $400 18
Things saved from this city were the gold & silver, the iron & brass vessels & Rahab & her family
    $400 14
Season of the year when Arizona has its "monsoons"
    $400 24
A roue, or his garden implement
    $400 25
Our last Sagittarian pres.; his last name sounds like something Sagittarius' arrows could do
    $500 29
Ines de la Fressange was a Chanel model when she was chosen to represent this French symbol
    $500 10
This maker of pre-school toys says, "Our work is child's play"
    $500 20
While carting this, Uzza touched it to right it after the oxen stumbled, & the Lord smote him
    $500 15
An increase in air temperature at higher altitudes is unusual & is called this
    $500 30
A raisin can be called by this other fruit's name when it's added to a pudding or a cake
    $500 26
With the exception of R. Reagan, all the presidents born under this sign died in office

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 18):

Ed Kerry Joel
$1,900 $500 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Kerry Joel
$4,400 $1,500 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE & NATURE
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
PIRATE MOVIES
AUTHORS
AMERICAN HISTORY
WINE
    $200 2
The iris is a flower & the ibis is one of these
    $200 19
This country is named after the town of Oporto
    $200 1
In this 1935 film that made him a star, Errol Flynn was Dr. Peter Blood, a physician who turns to piracy
    $200 7
He wrote a non-baby book called "Decent And Indecent: Our Personal And Political Behavior"
    $200 15
It became a U.S. territory in 1900 & a state 59 years later
    $200 10
Malaga is a sweet dessert wine that originated in this country
    $400 3
In a healthy mouth, this line separates the crown from the root of a tooth
    $400 20
The Sea of Galilee is just a broad basin of this river
    $400 8
Anthony Quinn was a pirate stuck with stowaway children in the film "A High Wind In" this place
    $400 9
This author's home where he wrote "To Have And Have Not" is now a nat'l landmark in Key West, Fla.
    $400 16
Susan B. Anthony was arrested in 1872 for doing this
    $400 17
On wine labels, this word which means "estate" precedes Lafite & Mouton-Rothschild
    $600 4
Every summer thousands of these animals go to the Pribilof Islands in the north Pacific to breed
    $600 21
The surface of this lake in Siberia is about 1,490 ft. above sea level, the bottom over 5,300 ft. below
    $600 12
Silent screen swashbuckler; his film "The Black Pirate" has been called "a definitive pirate movie"
    DD: $700 11
Oscar Wilde's only novel
    $600 18
In 1949 Henry H. Arnold became the first general of this branch of the armed forces
    $600 23
"Anatomical" term for a wine's bouquet
    $800 5
Man-made metal 1st positively identified in 1958 & named for a Swedish inventor; it has no known use
    $800 22
Papua New Guinea is just off this country's Cape York Peninsula
    $800 13
Robert Newton played this pirate before Peter Ustinov played his ghost in a Disney film
    $800 24
An eye ailment contracted at Eton School ended his plans to study biology, like his brother Julian
    $800 25
In April 1984 this U.S. government agency admitted its role in the mining of Nicaraguan harbors
    $800 26
The term for pouring wine into another container before serving; it helps clear it of sediments
    $1000 6
Take the fibrinogen out of blood plasma & you're left with a fluid called this
    DD: $800 28
1 of the 2 Central American countries with only 1 sea coast
    $1000 14
Ingrid Bergman's husband in "Casablanca", he played a pirate captain in "Pirates Of Tripoli"
    $1000 27
A member of the Algonquin Round Table, this petite brunette wrote a story called "Big Blonde"
    $1000 29
John Hancock held this political position from 1780-85 & from 1787-93
    $1000 30
The famous Moselle wines come from this country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Kerry Joel
$11,800 $3,000 $200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CABLE TELEVISION
The name of this channel can be traced back to a movie theater that opened in 1905 in McKeesport, Pa.

Final scores:

Ed Kerry Joel
$10,776 $500 $399
3-day champion: $38,025 2nd place: Trip to Bahamas 3rd place: Ricoh Mirai Zoom Camera

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ed Kerry Joel
$11,800 $4,900 $200
31 R,
3 W
13 R,
5 W
(including 3 DDs)
8 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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