Show #1393 - Wednesday, September 26, 1990

Jim Scott game 2.


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David Macy-Beckwith, a computer systems engineer from Oceanside, California

Bill Kennedy, an advertising copywriter from Los Angeles, California

Jim Scott, a college student from Charlottesville, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1980s
    $100 1
Article 3 states the trial of all crimes, except in cases of impeachment, shall be by this
    $100 6
This author of "Frank Sinatra My Father" is Ol' Blue Eyes' firstborn child
    $100 17
The Spaniards named this fruit "pina de los Indies", or "pine cone of the indies"
    $100 16
In 1982 this actor began marketing his "Own" salad dressing
    $100 7
A "ball" of this color could dash your chances of getting into a club
    $100 25
Britannica calls this the most famous, although not the highest, geyser in North America
    $200 2
The president's term of office ends at this time on the 20th day of January
    $200 12
He wrote his "Movie Home Companion" without Gene Siskel
    $200 18
This tropical fruit yields papain, an enzyme used as a meat tenderizer
    $200 19
In January 1981 Greece became its 10th full member
    $200 8
If you're in good health, someone might say you're "in" this color
    $200 26
This Grant Wood painting depicts a farmer & his daughter, not wife, in front of an Iowa farmhouse
    $300 3
Article I, Section 8 says it shall be no more than 10 miles square in area
    $300 13
The title of Tammy Wynette's autobiography, it's also her theme song
    $300 23
As with limes, sailors in the 1800s also ate cranberries to prevent this disease
    $300 20
In November 1986 he was penalized $100 million for insider stock trading
    $300 9
Some calendars have special days denoted by a certain color; hence, this phrase meaning a lucky day
    $300 27
Antonia Novello, the Surgeon General, is the sister-in-law of Don Novello who played this "SNL" priest
    $400 4
This state with 5 words in its full name got only one representative in the First Congress
    $400 14
"Naked at the Feast" is a biography of this Black dancer who took Paris by storm in the '20s
    $400 24
Damson plums were named for this city & have been cultivated there since ancient times
    $400 21
It was the top money-making film of the '80s, not to mention of all time
    DD: $500 10
Colorful title of the following 1967 hit:

"The old home town looks the same / As I step down from the train / And there to meet me is my Mama and Papa"
    $400 28
Lewis H. Lapham started this magazine's index, a compilation of statistics on contemporary life
    $500 5
The 21st Amendment still allows states to ban the importation of this
    $500 15
The prologue to this singer's autobiography includes the question "Is that all there is?"
    $500 30
About 95% of the raisins produced in California are from this pale green seedless grape
    $500 22
In 1987, 27 years after his death, the Soviet Writers' Union reinstated this author
    $500 11
This government publication sets forth the official position on a specific question
    $500 29
He invented the reaper on his father's farm before he moved to Chicago & got rich selling it

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Jim Bill David
$2,200 -$100 -$700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Bill David
$4,200 $700 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Forced from Mainland China in 1949, he established a nationalist government on Taiwan
    $200 7
"The deer and the antelope play" in this, the state song of Kansas
    $200 9
This nearly extinct crane is America's tallest bird
    $200 12
It may be the size of a pea, but it's still called the body's "master gland"
    $200 1
"Did you ever see such a
sight in your life, as" this many "blind mice?"
    $200 23
Narration of this tale is split between Dr. Livesley & Jim Hawkins
    $400 3
This English seaman was known to the Spaniards as "The Dragon"
    $400 8
Bat Masterson & Wyatt Earp kept the peace in this cowboy town
    $400 10
This muscular portion of a bird's stomach uses grit to grind food
    $400 13
It's the portion of the skull that encloses the brain
    $400 20
In the word fortnight, "fort" is a contraction of this
    $400 24
Completes the line "A child should always say what's true, and speak when he is..."
    $600 4
In 1871, after founding the German empire, he became its first chancellor
    $600 11
It's the 2-letter postal abbreviation for Kansas
    $600 18
In the '30s bounties were put on these large Australian birds because they destroyed crops
    $600 14
Freckles & moles are caused by a concentration of this skin pigment
    $600 21
This number is also called the cipher, if you decipher our meaning
    $600 26
His grandfather built these along Britain's coast & invented a flashing mechanism for them
    $800 5
Some say the "Man in the Iron Mask" was a twin or half brother of this French king who imprisoned him
    DD: $3,000 16
You can visit the Eisenhower Museum & Presidential Library in this city
    DD: $800 28
Hawaii's state bird, the rare nene, is a member of this family
    $800 15
The first part of the small intestine loops around this organ which produces insulin
    $800 22
Numerical name for the group of 19th century Russian composers also known as the "Mighty Handful"
    $800 27
Magill's Masterpieces of World Literature doesn't list this title alter ego as a main character
    $1000 6
Ancient Athens reached its zenith under the rule of this statesman
    $1000 17
Impressed by the Mayo Clinic, this family of psychiatrists set up their own clinic in Topeka in 1925
    $1000 29
To control insects, many people provide multi-roomed birdhouses for these purple swallows
    $1000 19
"Swollen glands" generally refers to a swelling of these tiny knot-shaped masses
    $1000 25
In Genesis 41:27 Joseph predicted this many "years of famine"
    $1000 30
Stevenson was buried by natives on a mountain in this South Pacific island group

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Bill David
$6,600 $900 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Its construction was begun in 1546 by Francis I, but it wasn't opened to the public until 1793

Final scores:

Jim Bill David
$9,000 $900 $999
2-day champion: $26,500 3rd place: Broyhill desk + Nintendo Entertainment System with Family, Junior & Special editions of Jeopardy! 2nd place: Dresher brass bed & Englander mattress

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jim Bill David
$9,600 $900 $4,300
26 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
6 W
17 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,800

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Game tape date: 1990-08-07
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