Show #1318 - Wednesday, May 2, 1990

Contestants

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Robin Meyer, an attorney from Austin, Texas

Mark Crouter, a Naval officer from Bethesda, Maryland

Paula Massengale, a bookkeeper from San Antonio, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

NICKNAMES
RHYME TIME
FOOD & DRINK
TV SPIN-OFFS
19TH CENTURY AMERICA
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD
    $100 2
Sitting Bull nicknamed her "Little Sure Shot"
    $100 1
What Mia would keep in her quiver if she took up archery
    $100 11
Some say this brunch dish was created to cure the hangover of a Mr. Samuel Benedict
    $100 16
Goll-ee! It was the first spin-off of "The Andy Griffith Show"
    $100 21
This means of transportation invented by Andrew Hallidie was first used in San Francisco in 1873
    $100 26
The wolf's reply to "What big eyes you have"
    $200 3
He was the "Rock of Notre Dame"
    $200 7
What you could have filled at a pharmacy in Cairo
    $200 12
This dressing commonly found on sandwiches may derive its name from a seaport in Minorca
    $200 17
Before they moved on up to the east side, "The Jeffersons" resided in this sitcom
    $200 22
This 363-mile waterway opened on October 26, 1825
    $200 27
This is the first person the wolf devours
    $300 4
This colonist was nicknamed "Little Indian Fighter", but we don't know what Priscilla called him
    $300 8
A more adorable guy who wants to marry you
    $300 13
Pancake mix whose name came from the title of a Vaudeville song, not someone's relative
    $300 18
6 months after this NBC police series ended in '87, Dennis Franz premiered as "Beverly Hills Buntz"
    $300 23
The first boardwalk in America was completed in 1870 in this resort city
    $300 28
In a Disney cartoon this trio warns Red about the Big Bad Wolf
    $400 5
"Dark" nickname shared by Jackie Onassis' father, John Bouvier, & General Pershing
    $400 9
To hurt Fred Astaire's dancing partner
    $400 14
This extremely strong-smelling cheese was named for a province in Belgium
    $400 19
This Robert Guillaume series lasted 7 years -- 3 years longer than "Soap", from which it sprang
    DD: $1,500 24
When he didn't get along with this president, John C. Calhoun resigned as vice president in 1832
    $400 29
In the German version, this character was added to save the day
    $500 6
Early 19th century chief justice nicknamed "Silver Heels" because he had run races in his stocking feet
    $500 10
A typical evening gown
    $500 15
You can add your favorite fruit to this rum & lime cocktail named for a district in Cuba
    $500 20
This daughter of Darrin & Samantha Stevens on "Bewitched" grew up to have her own series in 1978
    $500 25
In 1854 this Ill. senator sponsored the Kan.-Neb. Act whose passage angered anti-slavery forces
    $500 30
In the 1966 hit song, line that followed "Hey there Lil' Red Riding Hood..."

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Paula Mark Robin
$1,100 $200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paula Mark Robin
$4,000 $300 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN HISTORY
LITERARY RELATIVES
OPERA
TECHNOLOGY
THE OCCULT
WEST ON THE MAP
    $200 17
While hidden at Wartburg Castle in 1521, this man began his German translation of the New Testament
    $200 11
An incident on a warship on which his cousin was an officer may have inspired "Billy Budd"
    $200 6
The title of Donizetti's opera "La Fille Du Regiment" translates to this
    $200 16
The tip of your dentist's high-speed drill is made of tungsten carbide & may contain this gem
    $200 22
The practice of interpreting the influence of the stars & planets on earthly affairs
    $200 1
A Bremen Town Musician works in this country
    $400 18
This one time Dominican prior ruled the Spanish Inquisition with an iron hand for 15 years
    $400 12
She began writing her diaries as letters to her father, Spanish composer Joaquin Nin
    $400 7
"Lakme" is set in this country, where Lakme is the daughter of a Brahman priest
    $400 26
Name given the world's first artificial satellite
    DD: $2,500 23
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
Occult communication device in use here:
    $400 2
Gaston Caperton is this state's governor
    $600 19
Russia's 1939 invasion of this neighbor met with resistance from highly mobile ski troops
    DD: $2,000 13
This Frenchman's paternal grandparents were a marquis & a black woman from Santo Domingo
    $600 8
Of a baritone, a bass or a tenor, what Caruso was
    $600 27
It's what you need to operate the 1861 invention of Linus Yale
    $600 24
The first laboratory for the study of parapsychology was established at this N.C. univ. in the '20s
    $600 3
Since 1967 Israel has occupied a controversial area on the West Bank of this river
    $800 20
In its drive for German unification, this country defeated Austria in the 7 Weeks' War of 1866
    $800 14
Daniel Day Lewis, who starred in "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" is this late poet laureate's son
    $800 9
Pietro Mascagni said, "It is a pity I wrote" this opera "first. I was crowned before I became king."
    $800 28
The moveable lined glass on a slide rule or the blinking symbol on a computer screen
    $800 25
The name of this daughter of King Priam is synonymous with a person whose prophecies go unheeded
    $800 4
Antigua, Santa Lucia & Barbados are part of this archipelago
    $1000 21
In about 1403 Belgrade, now the capital of Yuogslavia, became the capital of this country
    $1000 15
His daughter Susan's memoir about life with him is called "Home Before Dark"
    $1000 10
In Verdi's opera "Don Carlos", Don Carlos is the son of this 16th century Spanish king
    $1000 29
This process removes salt from sea water & in artificial kidneys waste from the blood
    $1000 30
The most famous one of these shrines in the ancient world was located on the slopes of Mount Parnassus
    $1000 5
Buckingham Palace is in this borough of London

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paula Mark Robin
$9,000 $6,100 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ARCHITECTURE
Once a professor of astronomy, he designed the Royal Observatory at Greenwich

Final scores:

Paula Mark Robin
$14,001 $5,100 $12,000
3-day champion: $35,401 3rd place: Bob Mitchell Designs wall coverings 2nd place: Trip to Hawaii

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paula Mark Robin
$7,900 $6,100 $6,900
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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