Show #1310 - Friday, April 20, 1990

Missing introductions.
All of the categories started with the letter "A".


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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 18
The common garter species is among the most common of these found in the U.S.
    $100 13
If Leonardo da Vinci were alive & living in the U.S. he'd have to have his taxes in by this, his birthday
    $100 15
The shortest schedule flight of a Boeing 727 is 5 minutes long & runs between San Francisco & this city
    $100 10
In 1949 "Time for Beany" became the 1st children's show to win one of these awards
    $100 1
His original name was Carl Adolf von Sydow
    $100 2
Someone does it to sate his appetite
    $200 21
For lunch they may seize a drinking animal by the snout & pull it under the water
    $200 14
This stadium built for the Mets was opened in April 1964
    $200 16
The nose of this supersonic airliner can be moved down to give the pilot a better view of the runway
    $200 11
This organization which aids children won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1965
    $200 3
This buxom blonde bombshell of the 1950s was born Vera Jayne Palmer
    $200 5
Train students not to cheat
    $300 22
All lions are cats & all sea lions are these
    $300 25
April is a bad month for ship captains; the Titanic sank in 1912 & in 1789 this ship's crew mutinied
    $300 20
The main section of a plane; the Twin Mustang F-82 had 2 of them, each with a cockpit
    $300 17
A nickname for actors Quayle & Quinn, or an award for which they've both been nominated
    $300 4
Gap-toothed comedian Thomas Terry Hoar Stevens used this name professionally
    $300 8
It's certainly not a fur for the blasé
    $400 23
Bony pony of Don Quixote
    $400 26
Tradition says this city was founded in April 753 B.C. by a guy who'd been raised by a wolf
    $400 19
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association presents these awards annually
    $400 6
This beautiful French actress' real name is Catherine Dorléac
    $400 9
It's what ice does when heated
    $500 24
2 types of these furry creatures are the Corsac & the kit
    DD: $300 27
Nixon wasn't fooling April 1, 1970 when he signed a bill prohibiting this on TV
    $500 28
In 1971 he won a Grammy for his comedy album "The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress"
    $500 7
Late British character actress Edna May Nutter
    $500 12
In a 1979 film, Kelly Reno raced along the shore of a deserted island on one of these

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

Liz George Fran
$900 $800 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz George Fran
$2,100 $1,100 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
An exhibition of paintings by Wang Yani, a 14-year-old from this country, toured the U.S. in 1989
    $200 15
Built by the Romans to carry water near Nimes, France, the Pont du Gard is one of these structures
    $200 25
Cooperstown, New York was founded by his family after the American Revolution
    $200 3
Encyclopedia Americana says there are perhaps 100 trillion of these in an adult body
    $200 5
Libya was one of the poorest countries in the world until the late '50s when this was found there
    $400 11
Jamie Wyeth's famous father
    $400 16
In the 18th century William Stukeley of England suggested that this structure was used by the Druids
    $400 1
His 2nd & lesser-known trilogy was called "District of Columbia"
    $400 21
Common name of the tympanic membrane
    $400 6
Term for the African grasslands the giraffes call home
    $400 26
Size of The Shirelles' "John" or The Four Seasons' girls who "don't cry"
    $600 12
He was involved in a stormy affair with one of his students when he sculpted "The Kiss"
    $600 17
The 3rd age of the 3 age system, technically we're still in this metallic age
    $600 2
His brother William was a famous American philosopher
    $600 22
This artery is about an inch wide & a foot & a half long
    $600 7
In Algeria this mountain chain consists of 2 parallel ranges, the Tell & the Sahara
    $600 27
Contrary to his class name, a boxer weighing between 123 & 126 lbs. isn't as light as one of these
    $800 13
First name shared by artists Velázquez & Rivera
    $800 19
King Nabonidus was so into archaeology, he ignored defense matters & this empire overran Babylon
    $800 4
This man, Henry Thoreau's friend, was the landlord at Walden Pond
    $800 23
This muscle forms the floor of the chest cavity
    DD: $700 8
In July 1989 this ANC leader gave his 1st officially sanctioned public statement since June 1964
    $800 28
Amount "of Dust" in the title of a 1934 Evelyn Waugh novel
    DD: $300 14
She painted her 1st large flower, "Petunia No. 2", in 1924
    $1000 20
Archaeologists have recently uncovered a Roman under the Piazza Della Signoria in this Italian city
    $1000 18
His 1st novel, "Go Tell It On The Mountain", was based on his early childhood in Harlem
    $1000 24
Also called the shinbone, it's the 2nd longest bone in your body
    $1000 9
Producing 40% of the world's supply of this crop, the Ivory Coast's economy buckled when prices crashed

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz George Fran
$6,900 $3,500 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She suffered a serious injury while starring in "La Tosca", a play written for her

Final scores:

Liz George Fran
$5,000 $1,500 $0
4-day champion: $28,900 2nd place: Maytag washer & dryer + MyLock sewing machine from New Home Sewing Machine Co. 3rd place: Konica ZF-80 camera with film + Nintendo Entertainment System with Family & Junior editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Liz George Fran
$8,300 $3,800 $4,400
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 1989-12-03
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