Show #1086 - Monday, May 1, 1989

Bruce Cox game 2.

Contestants

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Shawn Levy, a teacher originally from Brooklyn, New York

Janis Johama, an attorney from New York, New York

Bruce Cox, an analyst from Lakeside, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,650)

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Jeopardy! Round

LANGUAGES
BOYS IN THE BAND
ANCIENT EGYPT
COOKING
FDR
"TRUE" OR "FALSE"
    $100 13
Differences in vocabulary & usage have evolved in the east & west of this country divided in 1945
    $100 1
Mick Jagger,
Keith Richards.
Mick Taylor
    $100 26
These structures were always built in the desert, & always on the west bank of the Nile
    $100 21
If you're cooking "Suwannee Chicken", you're preparing this shelled reptile
    $100 3
The number of times Roosevelt was elected president
    $100 11
When you get older, a prosthodontist might fit you with a set of these
    $200 15
In the Roman Empire, these 2 languages were most widely used
    $200 2
Pete Townshend,
Roger Daltrey,
John Entwistle
    $200 30
The Egyptians were the 1st to use these to power boats, saving the strokers from strokes
    $200 22
"Joy of Cooking" says this spicy avocado dip is a great celery stuffer
    $200 7
Roosevelt was stricken with this disease at age 39, 12 years before he became president
    $200 12
It can refer to a person whose identity won't fade or a kind of dye that won't fade
    $300 16
Pre-Columbian languages were brought to America from this continent
    $300 4
Roger Waters,
David Gilmour,
Nick Mason
    $300 29
Based on the flooding of the Nile each June, the Egyptians developed a calendar of this many days
    $300 23
French for "half cup", it's a small cup of strong, black coffee usually served after dinner
    $300 8
He was often photographed holding this holder
    $300 14
Tiny Tim -- the singer, not the Dickens character -- sings in this kind of high male voice
    $400 17
Used mostly in northern Africa, it's the most widely spoken language on the continent
    $400 5
Michael McDonald,
Patrick Simmons,
Jeff "Skunk" Baxter
    $400 28
Since timber was in short supply, the wood of cedar trees was imported from this country
    $400 24
Vinaigrette sauce often contains this juice & no vinegar at all
    $400 9
Just 8 days after his inauguration, FDR held the 1st of these informal radio talks
    DD: $500 19
(Audio Daily Double)
Advice given in the title of the following 1963 hit:
    $500 18
The last letter in the Greek alphabet is equivalent to this letter, not Z, in English
    $500 6
Walter Becker,
Donald Fagen,
Jeff "Skunk" Baxter
    $500 27
When the Ptolemies started ruling Egypt about 305 B.C., they made this city the capital
    $500 25
A specialty of Genoa, this simple sauce features basil, garlic, cheese, olive oil & pine nuts
    $500 10
This Texan served as FDR's vice president through 2 terms but opposed him for a 3rd term
    $500 20
A pirate ship might fly this, a flag that's not its own, to trick an unsuspecting victim

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

Bruce Janis Shawn
$2,700 $1,300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Janis Shawn
$3,500 $2,600 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS OF THE '80s
FASHION
WORLD CAPITALS
FLOWERS
INDIANS
APRIL
(Alex: We're just a little bit late with that one.)
    $200 1
Diane Duane's novel "Spock's World" was inspired by this TV series, not by a baby doctor
    $200 16
The name of this cloak sounds like the shelf over your fireplace
    $200 6
This city is served by Hellinikon Airport & Olympic Airways
    $200 26
Botanist C. Linnaeus named these flowers of Oriental origin after Jesuit missionary Georg Kamel
    $200 18
In winter, the Plains Indians wore robes made from the hides of these animals
    $200 11
This day for playing practical jokes resembles the Hilaria Festival of ancient Rome
    $400 2
Ultra Violet's memoir "Famous for 15 Minutes" describes her years with this late artist
    $400 17
A color, a collar & a pointed one of these were all named for 17th C. painter Anthony Vandyke
    $400 7
Haile Selassie I University has been renamed after this city, in which it's located
    $400 30
Some gardenia blossoms are yellow, but most are this color
    $400 19
This word was originally the title of the emperor of the Indians of Peru, not the entire Indian nation
    $400 12
In April 1901 N.Y began to require these on automobiles, the original ones carried the owner's initials
    $600 3
"Love Story" author whose new novel, "Doctor", is a medical "Love Story"
    $600 22
A jerkin isn't a piece of dried beef, it's a short, close-fitting one of these
    $600 8
Those of Greek heritage still call this city by its Byzantine name, Levkosia; the Turks call it Lefkosa
    $600 29
One variety of these large-headed flowers is sometimes used for pompons at football games
    DD: $800 20
Beans, squash & this staple were called the "3 Sisters" by the Iroquois
    $600 13
2 riders simultaneously took off from Calif. & Mo. April 3, 1860 establishing this service
    $800 4
Sidney Sheldon wrote about the "Windmills of" these, not "The Windmills of Your Mind"
    $800 23
A farthingale made this stick out so far that some women looked like they were inside large drums
    $800 9
This Uruguayan capital lies across the Rio de la Plata from Buenos Aires, Argentina
    DD: $400 28
According to legend, some Hindu gods were born in the blossoms of this, the national flower of India
    $800 21
Tribe considered so fierce, the French named their Parisian gangsters after them
    $800 14
This president died April 4, 1841 exactly one month after his inauguration
    $1000 5
The heroine of her 1988 novel "Till We Meet Again" doesn't have many "Scruples"
    $1000 24
Fashionable 18th century men looked just dandy in perukes, which were these
    $1000 10
From 1901-27, this capital of the state of Victoria was also Australia's capital
    $1000 27
Saffron, a spice that gives foods a yellow color, comes from this purple flower
    $1000 25
Meaning "home" in Navajo, these dwellings are made of logs & mud
    $1000 15
When the D.A.R. closed Constitution Hall to her, she sang at the Lincoln Memorial April 9, 1939

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Janis Shawn
$6,500 $7,000 $6,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. STATES
This state's seal includes an eagle holding a serpent in its beak & grasping a cactus in its talons

Final scores:

Bruce Janis Shawn
$13,000 $550 $399
2-day champion: $26,650 2nd place: Trip to Bahamas Princess Resort 3rd place: Dresher brass bed

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bruce Janis Shawn
$6,300 $6,900 $7,100
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,300

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