Show #1332 - Tuesday, May 22, 1990

Richard Neale game 1.

Contestants

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Richard Neale, a taxpayer service representative from Concord, California

Elaine Lavine, a real estate manager from New York City, New York

Joe Esparza, a cathecetical center associate director from San Antonio, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

"NORTH"
U.S. HISTORY
FOOD
EUROPE
ANIMALS
"SOUTH"
    $100 12
This university's 2 campuses in Chicago & Evanston, Illinois both front on Lake Michigan
    $100 17
In 1838 Congress granted mail carrier status to this new form of transportation
    $100 22
Marigold petals are sometimes added to chicken feed to insure that these will be bright yellow
    $100 1
Switzerland's largest city in population, it's alphabetically last except for Zurzach & Zweisimmen
    $100 2
Called the "King of the Terriers", its original home was the valley of the river Aire
    $100 7
Slang for a left-handed baseball pitcher
    DD: $400 13
This 1960 hit song served as the title tune to a 20th Century Fox film:
    $200 18
America's first successful world exposition was held in 1876 in this Pennsylvania city
    $200 27
In the early 1900s this fast food was sometimes called "Coney Island Chicken"
    $200 3
It's the only country that borders both the Baltic & Black Seas
    $200 23
Like a lot of birds, the monarch butterfly does this in the winter
    $200 8
Notre Dame University is located near this Indiana city first called Big St. Joseph
    $300 14
The founder of Lockheed later founded this competing aircraft company named for himself
    $300 19
The territory acquired by the 1853 Gadsden Purchase is now part of these 2 states
    $300 28
Native to Mexico, this pear-shaped green fruit is a hardy member of the laurel family
    $300 4
In Germany the autobahn is the freeway & the U-bahn, one of these
    $300 24
A camel's hump doesn't contain water, as once was thought, but this, for energy when food is scarce
    $300 9
In a hit song by the Orlons, it's the answer to the question, "Where do all the hippies meet?"
    $400 15
Shakespeare's Julius Caesar said, "If I could pray to move, prayers would move me; but I am as constant as" this
    $400 20
The Marquis de Lafayette served in the American Revolution, the Lafayette Escadrille in this war
    $400 5
It's recommended you try the Sachertorte while at the Hotel Sacher in this capital city
    $400 25
The only female deer with antlers, it uses them to dig in the snow for food
    $400 10
SEATO, a defensive alliance formed in 1954 & dissolved in 1977, was an acronym for this
    $500 16
Robert Duvall portrayed Jesse James in this 1972 film about an 1876 bank robbery
    $500 21
This last president from the Whig Party rode Lincoln's funeral train from Batavia, N.Y. to Buffalo
    $500 6
Tradition says throwing coins into this will insure your return to Rome
    $500 26
Marine creature whose zoological name is Hippocampus
    $500 11
This successful, no-frills airline is headquartered at Love Field in Dallas

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

Joe Elaine Richard
$1,800 $600 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Elaine Richard
$1,900 $1,800 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT ROME
THEATER
MUSEUMS
NEW HAMPSHIRE
BIOGRAPHIES
THE CIA
    $200 13
This church faced periodic persecution for 300 years, until Constantine's conversion
    $200 27
Prince Chulalongkorn becomes king at the end of this Rodgers & Hammerstein musical
    $200 1
Estavayer-Le-Vac, Switzerland boasts a museum full of these dead amphibians arranged in human poses
    $200 6
Several weeks before July 4, 1776 New Hampshire issued its own one of these
    $200 4
One biography of this author was called "The Man Who Wrote Dracula", which lacks a certain bite
    $200 11
Director of the CIA during the Iran-Contra scandal, he died before he could testify at the hearings
    $400 14
In 73 B.C. he escaped from a school for gladiators & gathered an army of 70,000 rebels
    $400 24
"Cold-blooded" author who set his musical "House of Flowers" in a bordello in the West Indies
    $400 2
In English, Brazil's Museu do Ouro & Colombia's Museo del Oro are both known as this
    $400 7
New Hampshire quarries provided this type of stone for building the Library of Congress
    $400 5
"Madame Sarah" is Cornelia Otis Skinner's biography of this woman
    $400 12
In 1975 the Rockefeller Commission concluded the CIA was spying illegally in this country
    $600 15
Ironically, the last titular emperor of Rome bore this name, the same as Rome's founder
    $600 3
This island, famous for its coffee beans, is the home of the Royal Kona Coffee Mill & Museum
    $600 8
A key element in local gov't is this type of meeting held annually on the first Tuesday in March
    DD: $5,000 18
He was a biographer himself, but he's best known as the subject of a 1791 biography
    $600 21
He directed the CIA in the 1950s while his brother was Secretary of State
    $800 16
Admission was free at this huge arena, estimated to have been 3 times the size of the Colosseum
    $800 9
The Woolaroc Museum near Bartlesville in this state is famous for its collection of Indian blankets
    $800 25
Though it's New Hampshire's largest port city, the naval shipyard of the same name is in Maine
    $800 19
Maude Howe Elliott won a Pulitzer Prize for co-authoring a book about this poet, her mother
    $800 22
The CIA & this watchdog "council" were established by the same act of Congress in 1947
    $1000 17
Emperor Julian, who sought to restore paganism in place of Christianity, was nicknamed this
    $1000 10
The buildings that house the Science Museum of Va. & Paris' Musee d'Orsay were once this type of station
    $1000 26
In New Hampshire, these geographic features are called notches
    $1000 20
This author, not Gary Larson, is the subject of "The Far Side of Paradise"
    $1000 23
One of the CIA's early major operations was to help restore this Mideastern potentate to his throne in 1953

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Elaine Richard
$500 $3,600 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN LITERATURE
Merlin the Magician cast a spell putting this title character to sleep for 1,300 years

Final scores:

Joe Elaine Richard
$1,000 $6,801 $10,000
3rd place: a Gaggia ice cream machine 2nd place: a trip to Malaysia New champion: $10,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joe Elaine Richard
$300 $3,600 $11,400
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
10 R,
0 W
28 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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