Show #1441 - Monday, December 3, 1990

Bruce Ikawa game 2.


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Kathy Brice, a principal of a consulting engineering firm originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba

Dave Bergmann, an attorney from Columbus, Ohio

Bruce Ikawa, a college professor originally from Indianapolis, Indiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In an argument about building Rome, he killed Remus
    $100 6
This city's international film festival presents Golden Space Needle Awards
    $100 11
A rattlesnake named for how it moves, or a person who's a real snake in the grass
    $100 16
Shun-chih was about 6 yrs. old when he became the 1st Manchu emperor of this country in 1644
    $100 21
From the theory that "like produces like", it was thought you could get these by touching a toad
    $100 22
This MGM lion's roar was first heard in the 1928 film "White Shadows in the South Seas"
    $200 2
Sacred to the Muses, the fountain called Hippocrene was created by this winged horse
    $200 7
Alan Alda's father Robert Alda won a Tony for playing Sky Masterson in this musical
    $200 12
These "hooded" snakes are responsible for about 10,000 deaths a year in India
    $200 17
Juan Martinez Montanes, a sculptor from this country, was admired for his wood carving
    $200 29
This cross-eyed lion starred in his own 1965 movie & in the TV series "Daktari"
    $300 3
Believing his beloved Thisbe to be dead, he killed himself with his sword
    $300 8
Ketti Frings won a 1958 Pulitzer Prize for a play based on this Thomas Wolfe novel
    $300 13
General term for the kind of snake whose squeeze can kill
    $300 18
The Marquise de Montespan, a mistress of this "Sun King", was rumored to be involved with witchcraft
    $300 28
It's said that any woman who refuses to be kissed under this Christmas shrub will end up an old maid
    $300 26
Joy Adamson wrote about this lioness in 2 books, "Born Free" & "Living Free"
    $400 4
She came to life after Pygmalion created her as a statue
    DD: $500 9
After this 37-year-old producer died in 1936, the Motion Picture Academy named an award in his honor
    $400 14
This snake, rivaled only by the anaconda in size, has been known to swallow a 130-lb impala
    $400 19
Oliver Cromwell was buried secretly in this church weeks before his state funeral
    $400 27
A ring around the moon is supposed to mean this type of weather is coming
    $400 24
Patience & Fortitude are the 2 lion statues in front of this New York City building
    $500 5
He was the father of six of the twelve Olympians, including Zeus, Hades & Hera
    $500 10
The NAACP awarded its Spingarn Medal to this diva in 1965
    $500 15
The largest countries with no snakes are New Zealand & these 2 North Atlantic island nations
    $500 20
This father of Cotton Mather married his own stepsister, Maria Cotton, in 1622
    $500 25
If your ears start to ring it's supposed to mean someone is doing this
    $500 23
Since 1904 this lion has served as the symbol for Penn State's athletic teams

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

Bruce Dave Kathy
$1,500 $700 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Dave Kathy
$3,800 $2,200 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
Confederate general known as "King of Spades" because he made his men dig so many trenches
    $200 22
She was a poet before she turned to "purple" prose--"The Color Purple", that is
    $200 6
Nearly 2/3 of the island of St. John in this U.S. possession is a national park
    $200 1
This statue's formal name is Liberty Enlightening the World
    $200 21
When she was widowed in 1861, she was 42 years old & had 9 children
    $200 7
1 critic said Audrey sang "Moon River" in this film "with more charm than...Andy Williams"
    $400 14
In 1776 Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest Greek letter society, was founded at this Virginia college
    $400 23
She wrote, "Guns aren't lawful; nooses give; gas smells awful; you might as well live."
    $400 12
The headquarters for this national park is located in Mammoth Hot Springs, Wyoming
    $400 2
Many members of this "River" School of painting were inspired by the Catskill Mtn. scenery
    $400 27
He was born in Edinburgh Castle in 1566 & was crowned King of Scotland as a baby
    $400 8
Audrey travels the world to help children as an ambassador for this organization
    $600 15
On August 20, 1794 this "angry" gen. defeated 2000 Indians at Fallen Timbers near present-day Toledo
    $600 24
This reclusive poet may have been in love with Samuel Bowles, an editor of the Springfield Republican
    $600 18
North Dakota's only national park, it's also the only one named for a U.S. President
    DD: $1,400 3
Named a commissar for art after the revolution, this artist left the USSR in '22 & later settled in Paris
    $600 28
Despite rumors, there is no conclusive proof that he was responsible for killing the little princes
    $600 9
Audrey played a blind woman terrorized by Alan Arkin in this 1967 thriller
    $800 16
An 1886 labor riot in this Chicago square left about 10 dead & more than 60 wounded
    $800 25
She was so active in the Imagism movement that Ezra Pound called it "Amy-gism"
    DD: $2,000 19
This park consists mainly of Araucariaxylon arizonicum, a species of prehistoric conifer
    $800 4
The oldest, most prestigious international art festival is the Biennale held in this Italian city
    $800 29
In 1986 it was revealed that this king was given injections to hasten his death in 1936
    $800 10
Surprisingly, Humphrey Bogart won Audrey away from William Holden in this 1954 film
    $1000 17
An attempt to corner the gold market in 1869 resulted in this "day" of financial panic
    $1000 26
The story that this ancient Greek poetess drowned herself for love of Phaon is probably untrue
    $1000 20
1 of 2 national parks named for a lake
    $1000 5
Brunelleschi worked out some fundamental principles of this, including the idea of a vanishing point
    $1000 30
Princess Diana is descended from an illegitimate son of this Restoration ruler
    $1000 11
In 1954 Audrey married this actor, her leading man in the Broadway play "Ondine"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Dave Kathy
$12,200 $5,600 $800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the South American countries, the one that comes last alphabetically

Final scores:

Bruce Dave Kathy
$13,199 $1,700 $0
2-day champion: $28,000 2nd place: Yamaha Clavinova keyboard + Maple Leaf bullion investment coins 3rd place: Aiwa stereo system + NES with Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + Fisher Price games + Wheel of Fortune for Game Boy

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bruce Dave Kathy
$13,400 $5,500 $800
33 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
3 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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Game tape date: 1990-09-17
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