Suggest correction - #1347 - 1990-06-12

Fill in your contact information if you would like to be notified when your correction has been reviewed.
On the left you see the clue as it is currently displayed. Enter your correction on the right by editing the text directly. The top left field is the clue's value, either as given on the board, or, if a Daily Double, the value of the contestant's wager. If the clue is a Daily Double, check the checkbox to the right of this field. The top right field is the clue order number representing the order of the clue's selection amongst other clues in the round. The large blue field is for the clue text, which should be entered as closely as possible to how it appears on the show, with the exception that the words should not be all caps. Links to media clue files should be entered with HTML-style hyperlinks. Next come the nicknames of the three contestants in the form of response toggles: single clicks on the name change its color from white (no response) to green (correct response) to red (incorrect response) and back. Below this should be typed the correct response (only the most essential part--it should not be entered in the form of a question). The bottom field on the right is the clue comments field, where dialog (including incorrect responses) can be entered. (Note that the correct response should never be typed in the comments field; rather, it should be denoted by [*].)
    $400 7
When the first of these airtight cooking pots appeared in 1679, it was called "Papin's digester"
#
 
 

Show #1347 - Tuesday, June 12, 1990

Contestants

Ron Alper, an attorney from Baltimore, Maryland

Peggy Davis, a senior products consultant from Portland, Oregon

David Nixon, a personnel supervisor from San Antonio, Texas (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $21,800)

Jeopardy! Round

1970
MOVIE TRIVIA
FOOTBALL
THE HUMAN BODY
CANADA
SPELLING
    $100 15
After its 1st year on the air, reports said that children who watched this PBS show scored better in tests
    $100 2
Her last film was "Sextette"; why don't you come up and see it sometime
    $100 1
After a year of retirement, this former Green Bay coach became part owner & coach of the Redskins in '69
    $100 12
It's also known as the vertebral column
    $100 11
He's the patron saint of French Canadians, who call him Jean Baptiste
    $100 14
Montevideo is the capital of this country
    $200 23
The Senate rejected G. Harrold Carswell & later approved Harry A. Blackmun for this post
    $200 4
This actress received her first Oscar nomination for "An Officer and a Gentleman"
    $200 3
Alabama's Paul Bryant was known by this nickname
    $200 13
Endocrine glands have no ducts, so they release their secretions directly into this
    $200 16
It's a very thin French pancake
    DD: $500 26
The Vatican refused to accredit diplomat E. Mueller of West Germany for this reason
    $300 8
In this 1972 film based on a play, Michael Caine's last words are "Tell them it was only a bloody game."
    $300 5
Collective nickname of Notre Dame's Don Miller, Elmer Layden, Jim Crowley & H. Stuhldreher
    $300 17
Of skeletal, smooth or cardiac, the kind of muscle that usually controls voluntary movement
    $300 18
Lots of people know this is dancer Mikhail's last name, but not everyone can spell it
    $400 25
He published his satirical book "Radical Chic and Mau-Mauing the Flak Catchers"
    $400 9
At the end of this 1986 film, Geena Davis was pregnant with a mutant baby
    $400 6
In 1983 this new league selected Dan Marino as its first draft pick, but he went to the NFL instead
    $400 21
A membrane called the visceral pleura covers the outer surface of this pair of organs
    $400 19
In architecture it's a decorative band; its name makes it sound like it's frozen
    $500 24
This Chicago 7 attorney was cited for contempt by the presiding judge
    $500 10
The title of this Akira Kurosawa epic inspired by "King Lear" means "chaos" in Japanese
    $500 7
1 of the 2 schools which, combined, have won the Big 8 Conference title 28 of the last 31 years
    $500 22
The beta cells in this organ are the ones that produce insulin
    $500 20
A 150th anniversary

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

David Peggy Ron
$1,700 -$600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Peggy Ron
$3,200 $200 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
CLASSICAL MUSIC
COUNTIES
TECHNOLOGY
WORLD RELIGIONS
LITERARY OCCUPATIONS
    $200 13
He accepted the Dukedom of Brontë in Sicily a few years before he died at Trafalgar
    $200 8
He wrote on a sketch for his 3rd "Razumovsky" quartet, "Let your deafness no longer be a secret."
    $200 20
Oklahoma's Rogers County was named for Clem Rogers, father of this man
    $200 6
In 1826, a decade before Daguerre, Joseph Niépce took the first one of these
    $200 4
This word is from the Greek for "one sent forth"
    $200 1
Title occupation of Dr. Charles Primrose, in an Oliver Goldsmith novel set in Wakefield, Eng.
    $400 18
The English kidnapped her in 1613 & baptized her "Lady Rebecca"
    $400 9
On July 8, 1770 Pope Clement XIV made this 14-year-old Austrian harpsichordist a "cavaliere"
    $400 21
This state's Los Alamos & Cibola Counties were the last in the U.S. to be established
    $400 7
When the first of these airtight cooking pots appeared in 1679, it was called "Papin's digester"
    $400 5
Buddhism teaches an 8-fold path to this, the goal of a Buddhist's way of life
    $400 2
Mr. Micawber worked as confidential secretary to this repulsive character
    $600 19
Empress Eugenie of France was born the daughter of a grandee in this country, where she also died
    $600 10
These 20 Liszt piano works are Gypsy rather than Magyar in origin
    $600 22
North Carolina has the only county named for this first English child born in America
    $600 14
The Society of Friends are the Quakers & the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Coming, this group
    $600 3
In the "Arabian Nights' Entertainments", Sinbad was a sailor & he was a poor woodcutter
    DD: $1,000 11
Russian who at age 19, wrote the following, one of the most celebrated piano pieces ever:
    $800 23
Of this state's 14 counties, only Nantucket & Franklin are not named for British people or place names
    $800 15
What Jews call the 5 Books of Moses Christians call this, which means 5 books
    DD: $500 17
In the Dostoevsky novel, one was a writer, one a student at a monastery & one didn't work at all
    $1000 12
Personal tragedies made this French composer of "The Swan" an existentialist before Sartre
    $1000 16
Born in Ávila, Spain in the 16th century, she reformed the Carmelite Order of nuns

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Peggy Ron
$3,600 $900 $0
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

REPUBLICANS
This California Senator was the first Republican nominee for president, but he lost

Final scores:

David Peggy Ron
$2,600 $1,799 $0
2-day champion: $24,400 2nd place: trip on Delta to Hartford, Connecticut & stay at Sheraton Resort + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger 3rd place: Iris Arc crystal + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

David Peggy Ron
$4,100 $1,400 -$200
21 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $5,300

[game responses] [game scores] [suggest correction]

The J! Archive is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc. Join the discussion at JBoard.tv.