Show #1333 - Wednesday, May 23, 1990

Richard Neale game 2.

Contestants

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Kent Rasmussen, an editor and writer originally from Berkeley, California

Barbara Murray, a chief operations officer from Cardiff, California

Richard Neale, a taxpayer service representative from Concord, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

Jeopardy! Round

HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
QUEBEC
BROADWAY LYRICS
TOYS & GAMES
THE CRUSADES
NAME'S THE SAME
    $100 12
This holiday is also known as Discovery Day
    $100 1
Quebec is the only province whose civil law is based on the Code Civile of this European country
    $100 11
This song from "The Sound of Music" ends with "Bless my homeland forever"
    $100 4
If you want to be a wizard on this machine, use a lot of body English & be careful not to tilt
    $100 7
At the Council of Clermont in 1095 Urban II proclaimed the 1st Crusade against this group of infidels
    $100 8
The ornithologist who wrote "Birds of the West Indies", or the character Ian Fleming named after him
    $200 18
December 21st, Forefathers' Day, commemorates the 1620 landing here
    $200 2
You can see Canadian soldiers in British uniforms march to French music in this city's Citadel
    $200 21
"Holding one note was" his "ace"
    $200 10
Board game with 225 spaces & 100 tiles
    $200 9
This king of England was a leader of the Third Crusade
    $200 14
The actor who starred in "Rear Window", or the real name of actor Stewart Granger
    $300 19
The only 2 months in which Ash Wednesday can occur
    $300 3
2-week event held in February that includes costume balls, dog-sled & ice-canoe races & parades
    $300 22
"The sweetest sounds I'll ever hear are still inside" this part of me
    $300 13
At the start of a game of checkers, each player has this many pieces
    $300 25
The deadly rivals of the Hospitalers, these knights lent their name to a fictional "saint"
    $300 15
Latin American pop music style, or a sauce used in Mexican cuisine
    $400 20
National Hospital Week honors the birthday of this founder of modern nursing
    $400 5
Unlike most provinces, Quebec has a separate one of these, La Surete Provinciale Du Quebec
    $400 23
"How are things in" this place? "Is that willow tree still weeping there?"
    $400 26
In the Fourth Crusade the crusaders plundered this Byzantine capital, a Christian city
    $400 16
Actor who played opposite many lovelies in the silents, or actor who has played solo -- Han Solo, that is
    $500 6
This explorer landed on what is now the Gaspe Peninsula in 1534 & claimed it for the French king
    $500 24
"It's surely not his brain that makes me thrill, I love him because he's just" this man
    $500 27
Walter the Penniless & this Peter led early groups of poor peasants into the fray
    DD: $500 17
The third largest city in Missouri & Massachusetts

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

Richard Barbara Kent
$600 $500 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Barbara Kent
$2,400 $500 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

1960
CLASSICAL MUSIC
THE HUMAN BODY
LITERATURE
WORLD CAPITALS
BETTE DAVIS
    $200 20
His Symphony in B Minor wasn't his only unfinished composition -- just the most famous
    $200 1
The pointed upper teeth near the front of the mouth that are also called "eyeteeth"
    $200 14
Ole E. Rolvaag wrote a "Saga Of" it & Laura Ingalls Wilder set a "Little House" on it
    $200 6
Simon Bolivar is buried in the National Pantheon in this capital of Venezuela
    $200 11
She was the first woman president of this organization which gives out the Oscars
    $400 21
In 1928 Ida Rubinstein commissioned him to write a ballet, so he created "Bolero"
    $400 2
"Gray matter" refers to the brain's nerve cells while its nerve fibers are called "matter" of this color
    $400 15
He wrote about the auto industry in "Wheels" & the airline industry in "Airport"
    $400 7
Almost 1/3 of New Zealand's population lives within 100 miles of this city, the nation's first capital
    $400 12
In "Jezebel", Davis shocked New Orleans society by wearing a dress of this color to a ball
    $600 27
On Jan. 23, 1960 the bathyscaphe Trieste made a record dive to the bottom of this trench
    $600 22
Early in his career he was the musical director of La Scala; he later led the NBC Symphony
    $600 3
The smallest human muscle is found in these organs
    $600 16
"Dubliners" is a collection of short stories by this Irish author
    DD: $3,400 8
This Central American capital was destroyed by earthquakes in 1931 & 1972
    $600 13
"All About Eve" was the film in which Davis warned, "Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be" one of these
    $800 26
For the 2nd year in a row, Mrs. Aileen Saunders won this trans-continental air race for women
    DD: $4,600 23
Modern composer who was called the world's outstanding specialist on Hungarian folk music
    $800 4
A natural pain-killer, this "oxygenous morphine" is released by the brain during body stress
    $800 17
In an 1854 poem Tennyson asked her to "Come Into The Garden"
    $800 9
This suburb of Manila was the official capital of the Philippines from 1948-1976
    $800 19
The scary 1962 film in which Davis sang, "I've written a letter to Daddy"
    $1000 25
Naturalist John C. Lilly said in June 1960 that this mammal may have a higher IQ than man
    $1000 24
The Vale Giulia, The Tritone, The Trevi & one at the Villa Medici were his "Fountains of Rome"
    $1000 5
From the Latin word for "fat", it's the technical term for fat tissue
    $1000 18
This Mississippian, known for her love of the South, won a Pulitzer Prize for "The Optimist's Daughter"
    $1000 10
This troubled capital lies 5,890 feet above sea level in the Hindu Kush mountains

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Barbara Kent
$10,200 $700 $2,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH HISTORY
The 14th Earl of this was prime minister in 1852; the 12th Earl of this had a race named for him

Final scores:

Richard Barbara Kent
$15,000 $1,400 $2,501
2-day champion: $25,000 3rd place: "Violets" Lithograph 2nd place: Head Start 3 Desktop Computer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Richard Barbara Kent
$12,000 $700 $2,500
32 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
2 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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