Show #1385 - Friday, September 14, 1990

Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


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Mike Reynolds, a child abuse investigator from San Diego, California

Rob Schweitzer, a banker originally from Piedmont, California

Kyle Freeman, a teacher and proofreader from San Francisco, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
In 1977 a major earthquake struck this Romanian capital, killing over 1,300 people
    $100 1
A piece of music that serves as an introduction to an opera, oratorio or play
    $100 25
Most of the properties in Monopoly are named for streets in this New Jersey resort
    $100 17
It can refer to an arithmetic mean, or median, or just the typical guy
    $100 7
His daughter, Amy Dolenz, "Monkeed" around as Tony Danza's kid in the film "She's Out of Control"
    $100 14
3 out of every 4 pencils made in America are painted this color
    $200 3
Zagreb, the second largest city in this country, is the capital & cultural center of Croatia
    $200 8
Prokofiev's piece about a little Homo sapiens & a Canis lupis
    $200 26
After cards are shuffled the player to the dealer's right does this to them
    $200 18
In his 1964 State of the Union Address Lyndon Johnson declared war on it
    $200 10
She said, "Me and John Goodman are the hottest couple on TV, the total sex machine"
    $200 21
He was making the best pencils in America before he wrote "Walden"
    $300 4
St. Bridget, who founded the Bridgettine Order, is this Scandinavian country's patron saint
    $300 9
The Italian term for the middle category of the female voice, it means "half soprano"
    $300 28
Made up word that's the name of the Milton Bradley game of drawing definitions
    $300 19
A siren who lured sailors to their death or a role played by Marilyn Monroe in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"
    $300 11
Every July he hosts Snoopy's Senior Hockey Tournament at his own ice arena in Santa Rosa California
    $300 22
The most common pencil carries this number, which is a measure of the hardness of its lead
    $400 5
This ore is Luxembourg's most valuable natural resource
    $400 12
If a violinist is playing in the pizzicato style he's plucking the strings with these
    DD: $600 29
This game whose name means "ethical consideration" has you deal with moral dilemmas
    $400 20
1 of 2 months of the year that fit the category
    $400 15
He was a pilot for Pan Am & an L.A. policeman before he created "Star Trek"
    $400 23
Pencil lead isn't lead but a mixture of clay, water & this form of carbon
    $500 6
In Belgium 100 centimes are equal to one of these
    $500 13
This famous flautist was born in Belfast in 1939
    $500 30
In this spooky spelling game players are penalized when they complete a word
    $500 27
The name of the Greek letter psi is found within the name of these 2 Greek letters
    $500 16
When she resigned her job as Columbia Pictures president, one headline said, "Dawn with the wind"
    $500 24
Nowadays most pencils have this many sides

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Kyle Rob Mike
$600 $1,100 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Rob Mike
$800 $2,300 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
According to Genesis Chapter 6 verses 14 & 15 it was made of gopher wood, 300 cubits long, 50 cubits wide & 30 cubits high
    $200 6
This northernmost major battle of the war saw over 40,000 casualties
    $200 12
For its first 14 years this family magazine was given away in grocery stores
    $200 11
His father, Jan Rubens, was imprisoned for having an affair with William the Silent's wife
    $200 21
Having served in both World Wars, Dashiell Hammett is buried in this cemetery
    $400 2
Abraham wouldn't even take a shoe-latchet as a reward from the king of this wicked city
    $400 7
Southern states had to ratify the 14th Amendment before this could happen
    $400 13
The National Geographic Society publishes this magazine for kids
    $400 16
Raphael was this city's leading artist when he died suddenly at the age of 35; he was buried in the Pantheon
    $400 22
The Russians would have to tear down this wall to disturb John Reed's resting place
    $600 3
The first time Isaac saw Rebekah she was riding one of these
    $600 8
These laws provided for the return of runaway slaves to escape from one state to another
    $600 14
In 1983 excerpts from bogus Hitler diaries were published by this West German news magazine
    $600 17
He was born in Canton, New York in 1861 but he's famous for painting the American West
    $600 23
Her name on her tombstone at Green Hills Farm near Perkasie, Pennsylvania is in English & Chinese
    $800 4
Laban's well-favored daughter, Jacob served 14 years to marry her
    $800 9
He was appointed official military photographer by the federal government
    $800 15
This magazine devoted to the rock music culture is published by Bob Guccione Jr.
    $800 18
After her husband's death in 1946, Georgia O'Keeffe settled permanently in this state
    DD: $2,700 24
On December 24, 1968, some of his ashes were scattered into Whalers Bay from Point Lobos, California
    DD: $2,600 5
He interpreted dreams of Pharaoh's chief butler & chief baker while in jail with them
    $1000 10
Famed for her earlier work in mental institutions she served as superintendent of the U.S. Army nurses
    $1000 20
Appropriately, "The Progressive" is published in this Midwestern state, home of the LaFollettes
    $1000 19
One of Hieronymus Bosch's most famous works is a bizarre painting called "The Garden of" these
    $1000 25
Appropriately, Washington Irving is buried in this cemetery in North Tarrytown, New York

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Rob Mike
$7,000 $4,300 $2,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He was the last president who was not a college graduate

Final scores:

Kyle Rob Mike
$8,601 $100 $4,100
3-day champion: $25,202 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kyle Rob Mike
$5,400 $4,300 $4,600
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,300

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Game tape date: 1990-07-31
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