Show #1299 - Thursday, April 5, 1990


Kathy Fuller, a graduate student from Baltimore, Maryland

Tom Berg, a lawyer from Chicago, Illinois

Joel Goldberg, a CPA and financial officer from Fort Lee, New Jersey (whose 3-day cash winnings total $25,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 18
Term for a mock tribunal that ignores justice; it can be held anywhere, not just in Australia
    $100 13
"Why Mary?" by Jesse Lynch Williams was the first play to win this, in 1918
    $100 11
If one of these mammal sprays you, you can neutralize the distinctive odor with tomato juice
    $100 12
Tom Sawyer & Huck Finn watched him kill the town doctor & place the knife in Muff Potter's hand
    $100 6
The best way to control this is to press directly on the wound
    $100 1
After Peter, the next ruler of Russia who was called "the Great"
    $200 23
In anthropology, the used word for a member of any human group whose males are less than 4'11' in average height
    $200 14
"The 3 Sisters" dream of moving to this city, where Chekov graduated from medical school
    $200 27
The Dance Theatre of Harlem performs a ballet about this legendary black railroad builder
    $200 19
Though there was an historic Uncas, this author's fictional Uncas wasn't like him at all
    $200 7
The least severe burns are classified as this degree
    $200 2
When he died he was using the name Wm. H. Bonney, but that probably wasn't the one he was born with
    DD: $1,000 24
Term for the hierarchy within a social group or community based on the social behavior of chickens
    $300 15
This musical features the songs "Slide Some Oil to Me", "Funky Monkeys" & "Mean Old Lion"
    $300 28
1 of 2 presidents whose sons graduated from West Point
    $300 20
Buffalo Bob often said "Howdy" to this Indian princess
    $300 8
Before you administer mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, the victim should be in this position
    $300 3
In 732 at the Battle of Tours, the Frankish ruler Charles Martel halted their drive into Europe
    $400 25
Family member who's the biggest winner under the inheritance system known as primogeniture
    $400 16
Vanessa Redgrave starred in a 1989 revival of this playwright's "Orpheus Descending"
    $400 21
This future superstar played police lieutenant John Hawk, an Iroquois, on the mid 1960s TV series "Hawk"
    $400 9
The parts of the head most often affected by frostbite are the ears, chin, cheek & this
    $400 4
After this British bacteriologist died in March 1955 he was interred in a crypt in St. Paul's
    $500 26
"Misogyny" is from the Greek for "to hate women" & this is from the Greek "to hate mankind"
    $500 17
"Spooky" title of Ibsen's play about inherited disease, insanity & euthanasia
    $500 22
Little Beaver was the Navajo sidekick of this movie cowboy
    $500 10
One symptom of a concussion is when these are of unequal size
    $500 5
Having no male heir, Julius Caesar adopted this grandnephew

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Joel Tom Kathy
$900 $600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Tom Kathy
$2,000 $2,400 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
This Victor Hugo title can be translated as "The Wretches"
    $200 16
Frontier Days, featuring one of America's largest rodeos, is held each July in this capital city
    $200 22
You might hear someone yell this word in the forest just before a loud crash
    $200 15
This mineral used by Michelangelo for his sculptures was supplied by the Carrara quarry in Tuscany
    $200 6
The 2 country stars who recorded the album "Ernie Sings and Glen Picks"
    $200 1
Alice Paul picketed the White House from 1917-19 until this amendment was passed
    $400 12
A theme of 14th century literature was the quest for this wine vessel used at the Last Supper
    $400 17
Oil fields north of Casper include this one which gave its name to a scandal in Harding's admin.
    $400 23
Word that can precede lancer or tiger
    $400 21
The largest known reserves of this oil-producing rock are found in the Piceance Creek Basin in Colorado
    $400 7
Despite her similar name, people probably don't confuse this opera singer with Brigitte Nielsen
    $400 2
Among charges against her in 1430 was that she "had dressed & armed herself in the state & habit of a man"
    $600 13
In "The Lay of Ludwig" & "The Lay of the Nibelungs", "Lay" means this
    $600 18
2 animals which are paired in "Home On The Range" that are among the most widespread large animals in the state
    $600 24
Americans say it when they want you to hurry; Italians say it when they answer the telephone
    $600 25
When gypsum is ground, heated & dehydrated, it forms this white powder used in making molds & casts
    $600 8
in their last No. 1 hit, "The Long and Winding Road", he's the only Beatle heard singing
    $600 3
Rose Greenhow, Belle Boyd & S. Emma Edmonds worked as spies during this war
    $800 14
In "The Book of Reynard", a collection of medieval fables, Reynard is one of these animals
    $800 19
Wyoming city where you'd find the Buffalo Bill Museum
    $800 27
A bank employee, or Penn's partner in prestidigitation
    $800 26
This frothy volcanic glass can float in water for months before disintegrating
    DD: $1,500 9
Singer of the following 1989 hit, he's said he's finally put his teen idol image to rest:

"Like a thief in the night who can't get enough /
I am willing to fight 'cause I'm a soldier of love /
Like a shot in the dark when the going gets rough /
It's a state of the heart, you're a soldier of love..."
    DD: $1,500 4
Though a staunch anti-communist, this Maine sen. led early Senate opposition to McCarthyism
    $1000 20
The only national park located entirely within Wyoming is this one just south of Yellowstone
    $1000 10
Though she was a professional singer, her voice was dubbed in both "Porgy & Bess" & "Carmen Jones"
    $1000 5
Considered one of Austria's ablest rulers, she still had time to have 16 kids, including Marie Antoinette

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Tom Kathy
$6,800 $2,900 $1,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Early documents & maps referred to this future Canadian province as "Terra Nova"

Final scores:

Joel Tom Kathy
$7,799 $5,800 $3,600
4-day champion: $33,001 + Jeopardy! box or computer game 2nd place: a trip for two to Orlando on Delta Airlines + Jeopardy! box or computer game 3rd place: a Lloyd Flanders wicker chair, love seat & end table + Jeopardy! box or computer game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joel Tom Kathy
$6,100 $4,400 $3,300
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,800

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Game tape date: 1989-11-13
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