Show #1362 - Tuesday, July 3, 1990

Contestants

John Patlan, a social worker from Austin, Texas

Joyce Patterson, a homemaker from Hackettstown, New Jersey

Jim McManus, a corporate trust administrator from Richmond, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

POT LUCK
FAMOUS QUOTES
THE GRAMMY AWARDS
HISTORY
ARKANSAS
GRAVE MATTERS
    $100 11
Kind of "room" that's lit by a "safelight"
    $100 22
Completes "Up and down the city road, in and out the eagle, that's the way the money goes--"
    $100 1
In 1974 this N.C. Democrat's spoken word recording, "Senator Sam at Home", received a Grammy nom.
    $100 3
Over 20 million people died in this country's T'ai-p'ing Rebellion from 1850-64
    $100 12
Lakes & rivers attract tourist dollars to these mountains shared with Missouri, Illinois, Kansas & Okla.
    $100 17
The lights of Broadway were dimmed the day this inventor was buried in 1931
    $200 27
If you have only 2.1 children, you've done your bit to achieve this, demographically speaking
    DD: $800 23
A little known last line for this bride's rhyme is "and a lucky sixpence in her shoe"
    $200 2
Of Inspirational, Country or Rock 'n" Roll, the type of music for which Elvis won his 3 Grammys
    $200 7
Arthur Phillip established the first permanent European colony on this continent in 1788
    $200 13
University of Arkansas athletic teams are named this, after a type of wild hog
    $200 18
A eulogist said of him, "There was only one guy at midnight on New Year's Eve."
    $300 28
From the Greek for "leader of the people", it's someone who arouses people through emotion & prejudice
    $300 24
He said, "Before I'd let your steam drill beat me down, Lord, I'd die with this hammer in my hand."
    $300 4
His "Live on the Sunset Strip" album was 1982's "Best Comedy Recording"
    $300 8
This conqueror's descendants, the Timurids, ruled part of his empire after his death in 1405
    $300 14
One of America's richest men, Sam Walton of Bentonville heads this discount store chain
    $300 19
A band played "Old Folks at Home" at his burial on January 21, 1864
    $400 29
You can raise the pitch of your guitar by clamping one of these gizmos to the neck
    $400 25
To test this, Charles Weller came up with "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the party."
    $400 5
Henry Mancini's music from this Craig Stevens TV series won "Album of the Year" in 1959
    $400 9
He became Viceroy of Ireland 17 years after he surrendered at Yorktown
    $400 15
Its state motto is Regnat Populus which means this
    $400 20
No shroud for this "Beat" author; he was buried in a checkered sports jacket & red bow tie
    $500 26
In this play Samuel Beckett wrote, "We all are born mad. Some remain so."
    $500 6
This guitarist has won 7 Grammy Awards for "Best Country Instrumental Performance"
    $500 10
Theodora, the wife of emperor Justinian I, was probably the most powerful woman in this empire's history
    $500 16
The most industrialized city in the state is not the capital but this "Fort" city
    $500 21
At her request, she was buried next to Wild Bill Hickok in Deadwood, South Dakota

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

Jim Joyce John
$600 $900 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Joyce John
$3,000 $1,600 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN LITERATURE
RULERS
ARCHITECTURE
BIBLICAL LAW
POTENT POTABLES
THE SUN & THE MOON
    $200 8
This author of the Perry Mason books was a lawyer himself
    $200 1
In 1927 he had Trotsky expelled from the Russian Communist Party; in 1929 he had him expelled from Russia
    $200 6
Chicago's Tribune Tower contains stones from the Taj Mahal, the Colosseum & this 1,500-mile Chinese landmark
    $200 22
There had to be at least 2 witnesses for a death sentence, & they got to toss the first of these
    $200 15
Ads for this urge consumers to "Live a Cutty above"
    $200 20
It's an arc of the colors of the spectrum caused by water drops reflecting & refracting sunlight
    $400 9
"Flowering Judas" & "Pale Horse, Pale Rider" are collections of short stories by this author
    $400 2
The Bayeux Tapestry was probably commissioned by this conqueror's half brother, Odo
    $400 7
A large window or series of windows projecting from a wall & forming a recess within
    $400 23
In Leviticus 11 the Israelites were told not to do this to camels, mice & lizards, among others
    $400 16
To make a Jack Daniel's Tennessee mud, add Jack Daniel's & amaretto to a mug of this & top w/whipped cream
    $400 21
John Heywood's 16th century proverb "The moon is made of" this was not to be believed
    $600 10
He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1946 for The Age of Jackson" & in 1966 for "A Thousand Days", JFK's story
    $600 3
This Eastern European country's first king, Carol I, was born a German prince
    DD: $1,000 12
The fanciest of the borders of Greek columns, it's also the one with the fanciest name
    $600 24
Now a very high rate of interest, in the Bible it was just plain interest & could be charged to strangers
    $600 17
To "V.O." in this company's V.O. Whisky stands for "Very Own"
    $600 25
The illumination in the atmosphere just after sunset, the Platters sang about it
    $800 11
He won the National Book Award in 1956 fro his novel "Ten North Frederick"
    $800 4
When he visited Neville Chamberlain, he became the 1st British ruler to visit a p.m. at No. 10 Downing St.
    $800 13
Architect who designed the Climatron, an enclosed geodesic dome at the Missouri Botanical Garden
    $800 18
1 of the simplest potent potables, it's occasionally used as a gin substitute in cocktails
    DD: $1,500 27
This element was discovered on the Sun before it was found in 1895 on Earth
    $1000 26
Her horror story "The Lottery", first published in the New Yorker, is now widely anthologized
    $1000 5
The last time a king of this country was crowned was in 1906 in Troudheim
    $1000 14
Havard's Visual Arts Center is the only U.S. building completely designed by this French-Swiss architect
    $1000 19
You don't have to wear black velvet to drink Black Velvet, a whisky imported from this country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Joyce John
$5,500 $2,000 $7,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN
In 1906 she became the first woman to teach at the Sorbonne

Final scores:

Jim Joyce John
$10,500 $4,000 $11,001
2nd place: Jean d'Eve watch & Michael C. Fina tea & coffee service + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger 3rd place: RoyalSwiss garden furniture + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger New champion: $11,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Joyce John
$6,400 $2,000 $7,300
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
1 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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