Show #1331 - Monday, May 21, 1990

Contestants

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Joe Esparza, a cathecetical center associate director from San Antonio, Texas

Deborah Peters, a trial lawyer originally from Media, Pennsylvania

Michelle Collier, an office account manager from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

BEST SELLERS
ROCK GROUPS
FISH
THE AUTO INDUSTRY
FAMOUS COUPLES
FILE UNDER "M"
    $100 5
"Hey, Wait A Minute (I Wrote A Book!)" by this former Raiders coach was a best seller in 1984
    $100 1
In 1971 this lead singer of The Doors was buried in the Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris
    $100 21
Like birds, all species of salmon & trout build these
    $100 2
In 1908 William Durant founded this company that included Oldsmobile & Buick
    $100 12
When her spouse was found guilty on Oct. 5, 1989, she sang a religious song for the press
    $100 17
The driver of this "train" at Disneyland needs a one-track mind
    $200 6
In 1987 a Soviet magazine ran excerpts from this B. Pasternak novel -- 29 years after it was banned
    $200 7
Kenny Rogers & other members of the New Christy Minstrels left the group to form this one in 1967
    $200 22
Southern California fish that come ashore to spawn & then run back into the ocean
    $200 3
Built by Carl Benz in 1885, the first internal combustion car had this many wheels
    $200 13
Chef whose wife, K, is the "K" in K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen
    $200 18
It's the liquid that remains after sugar crystals are removed from concentrated cane juice
    $300 11
His "Kids Say The Darndest Things!" topped the best-seller lists in both 1957 & 1958
    $300 8
This group's "Nights In White Satin" appeared on an album 5 yrs. before the single hit No. 2 in 1972
    $300 23
The Walking, Electric & Pencil species of this fish have "whiskers"
    $300 4
The first true example of this automobile was introduced in 1906 & called the Silver Ghost
    $300 14
Dr. Jonas Salk's wife, Francoise Gilot, was once the companion of this late, great modern artist
    $300 28
His resume included Archduke of Austria & Emperor of Mexico
    $400 26
"Made In America" was this businessman's memoir of the 1984 Olympics
    $400 9
Ace Frehley, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons & Peter Criss formed this rock group
    $400 24
The Portuguese got the name for this toothed fish from the Tupi Indians who live along the Amazon
    $400 19
A Ford model that came out in '68, or the Italian name of the city that's home to Fiat
    $400 15
"Major Dad" star Gerald McRaney must have had designs on this "Designing Woman" because he married her
    DD: $1,000 29
It begins "John, by the grace of God, King of England, Lord of Ireland, Duke of Normandy & Aquitaine...."
    $500 27
This Lloyd C. Douglas novel of the crucifixion was a best seller in '43 & '53 when the movie came out
    $500 10
4 hit singles came from this group's "Hi Infidelity" album
    $500 25
The largest species of this fish is the bluefin; the smallest, the skipjack
    $500 20
August Horch founded 2 car companies - Horch & this one that's the Latin translation of his surname
    $500 16
Their daughter Linn Ullmann married an Oslo lawyer in 1989
    $500 30
From the French for "a mixture", it's a free-for-all battle

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Michelle Deborah Joe
$500 $800 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michelle Deborah Joe
$1,900 $2,100 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

EARLY AMERICA
PLAYS
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
POLITICAL TERMS
GREEK MYTHOLOGY
NUTMEGGERS
    $200 13
On March 10, 1775 this frontiersman began blazing the Wilderness Road
    $200 1
In the title of a play by Robert Anderson, it's paired with "sympathy"
    $200 12
The Paraguay River divides Paraguay into 2 major regions: Occidental Paraguay & this
    $200 24
Politically speaking, it's a cause that looks promising; you can join by "jumping on" it
    $200 7
One legend claims they fought in the Trojan War under their queen, Penthesilea
    $200 6
This "good" guy who discovered vulcanization was born in New Haven
    $400 14
In early colonial Boston only men belonging to this religious sect could vote or hold office
    $400 2
In "Painting Churches", the churches aren't buildings but these
    $400 16
The Denmark Strait is located between Iceland & this Danish possession
    $400 27
A special-interest group, named for the place in a capital building that is frequented by them
    $400 8
It starts life again as a small worm that crawls out of the ashes of its own funeral pyre
    $400 18
Born in Winsted, he practiced law in Connecticut before he wrote "Unsafe At Any Speed"
    $600 15
Drawn up in 1620, this document formed the basis of Plymouth Colony's legal system
    $600 3
Anita Loos wrote the non-musical stage adaptation of this Colette novel
    $600 17
Cristoforo Colombo Int'l Airport serves this city, Italy's busiest port
    $600 28
Someone who votes for candidates of different parties on the same ballot votes this kind of "ticket"
    $600 9
To make her son invulnerable, Achilles' mother bathed all but the famous heel in this river
    $600 19
His character, Radar O' Reilly, was from Iowa, but this actor was born in Bristol, Connecticut
    $800 22
1797 "affair" in which 3 agents for France demanded a $250,000 bribe from U.S. diplomats
    $800 4
"Dial 'M' For Murder" takes place in the living room of an apartment in this foreign capital
    $800 25
75 times the size of Belgium, the former Belgian Congo is now known by this name
    $800 29
A candidate who's nominated by his home state at a convention, often as an honorary gesture
    DD: $1,000 10
After she fell in love with him, Circe lifted the spell that had changed men into swine
    $800 20
Her "immediate family" raised her mostly in Greenwich & also briefly in Africa
    DD: $3,000 23
On March 1, 1781 Maryland became the last state to ratify this document
    $1000 5
"Regina" was a 1949 musical version of this Lillian Hellman play
    $1000 26
More American Indians live in this country on South America's Pacific coast than any other
    $1000 30
The "privilege" exercised by Congress & the executive branch to use the Postal Service free of charge
    $1000 11
Her sisters Stheno & Euryale are mentioned in myth, but we don't know if they were as ugly
    $1000 21
This Watergate judge born in Waterbury was Time Magazine's "Man of the Year" for 1973

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michelle Deborah Joe
$4,900 $6,500 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTISTS
When Einstein won the 1921 Nobel Prize in physics, he was a naturalized citizen of this country

Final scores:

Michelle Deborah Joe
$1 $0 $2,999
2nd place: Chromcraft Table & Chairs set 3rd place: Sunset Southwestern Table Lamp New champion: $2,999

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michelle Deborah Joe
$4,700 $9,500 $7,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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