Show #1419 - Thursday, November 1, 1990

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Richard Denny, a railroad construction supervisor from Brooklyn, New York

Stephanie Brush, a writer from Fairfield County, Connecticut

Ray Ivey, a word processing teacher from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 12
A resolution passed by Congress in 1961 established Sam Wilson as the namesake for this national symbol
    $100 20
The opposition forms a shadow counterpart this government group of department heads
    $100 1
Most Athenians belong to this church which is headquartered in Athens
    $100 4
An apostrophe & this letter are often added to a word to show possession
    $100 22
A caterpillar spends most of its time crawling around doing this
    $100 2
Greg LeMond, who almost died from gunshot wounds in 1987, won this French bicycle race in 1989 & 1990
    $200 13
Launched May 14, 1973, it was the first U.S. space station
    $200 27
This term for the party that opposed the Whigs now refers to the Conservatives
    $200 3
The Erechtheion, a temple famous for its Porch of the Maidens, stands on this hill
    $200 8
This word is the object in the sentence "Ralph sold expensive cars"
    $200 23
Common name of the Polygonia interrogationis; there's one at the end of your response
    $200 15
This talk show host said "I'm not going after Johnny's crowd, I'm going after Johnny's crowd's kids"
    $300 14
Pardon me, boys, miniature golf began in this southeastern Tennessee city
    $300 5
The color of the tasselled caps worn by the evzones who guard the parliament building
    $300 9
Many of these modifiers end with the letters "ly"
    $300 24
As this species tastes bad to predators, the viceroy butterfly mimics its coloration
    $300 16
In 1987 he released "Cloud Nine", his most successful album since "All Things Must Pass"
    $400 19
John L. Lewis led this union for 40 years from 1920-1960
    DD: $500 6
The Panathenaic Stadium, built c. 330 B.C. by the orator Lycurgus, was restored in 1896 for this event
    $400 10
In English, the 3 main verb moods are indicative, imperative & this
    $400 25
A lepidopterist can tell you a butterfly's wings are covered with these, lepis being Greek for it
    $400 17
Letters to this filmmaker can be sent to 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks, 124 DeKalb Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y.
    $500 21
When Reagan debated this independent candidate in September 1980, Carter refused to appear
    $500 7
The Stoa of Attalos at this ancient marketplace has been reconstructed & is now a museum
    $500 11
The preposition in the following sentence: "The cabin beside the lake is dilapidated"
    $500 26
The 1st of the 4 stages of a butterfly's metamorphosis
    $500 18
His position as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board has been called "the 2nd-most important in the U.S. government"

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

Ray Stephanie Richard
$1,400 $900 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ray Stephanie Richard
$1,900 $1,700 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
The Boston Mountains in Arkansas & Oklahoma are the most rugged part of this range
    $200 20
Issued in 1840 the first adhesive stamp, the penny black of Britain, bore a portrait of this queen
    $200 23
Winston Churchill wrote the preface to her biography of her brother Ronald Cartland
    $200 1
He gave up his throne November 9, 1918, 2 days before the Armistice, & then fled to Holland
    $200 15
This Venezuelan city is home to the liberators; Bolivar & Miranda were born there
    $200 3
Amina's affliction in Bellini's "La Somnambula"
    $400 11
It's less than 50 miles from Montana to Washington across this state's northern tip
    $400 21
Some people collect only these envelopes with stamps cancelled on the first day of issue
    $400 24
She wrote "Murder in Mesopotamia" after visiting the region with her archaeologist husband
    $400 2
In phrases from the WWI era, this precedes "foot", "mouth" & "coat"
    $400 16
The Jivaro Indians of Ecuador were famous for their practice of this & we don't mean psychiatry
    $400 4
In "La Boheme" the poet Rodolfo fall for this frail flower maker
    $600 12
A ferry connects Lewis, Delaware, with Cape May in this state
    $600 22
A few drops of benzene should reveal this design or figure impressed into the stamp paper
    $600 25
Ayn Rand's novels "We, The Living" & "Anthem" reflect her early life in this country
    $600 7
The war began when Austria-Hungary declared war on this small Balkan country
    $600 17
This Uruguayan capital is across the Rio de la Plata from Buenos Aires
    $600 5
He wrote operas about the Turk in Italy, the Italian girl in Algiers & the barber in Seville
    $800 13
This easternmost point of North Carolina is called the Graveyard of the Atlantic
    $800 27
The bible of American philately is the standard catalogue published by this company
    $800 26
Her only novel, "The Bell Jar", was originally published under the pseudonym Victoria Lucas
    $800 8
Profession of Edith Cavell, whose execution by the Germans was a widely publicized outrage
    $800 18
The People's Temple run by Jim Jones was in the jungle of this country
    $800 6
Strauss opera in which a knight delivers a rose to Sophie
    $1000 14
Part of this South Dakota national park lies within Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
    $1000 28
He was the only serious philatelist among our 40 presidents
    DD: $1,500 29
She wrote only 1 book under her real name Mary Ann Evans
    $1000 9
The hero of Verdun, this French general later headed the WWII Vichy government
    DD: $2,000 19
This nation's 1860s war against Brazil, Uruguay & Argentina cost it half its population
    $1000 30
The 1st of his operas heard outside of Russia was "The Maid of Orleans", staged in Prague in 1882

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ray Stephanie Richard
$3,100 $4,100 $5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

John Adams was the great great grandson of this couple who came to America in 1620

Final scores:

Ray Stephanie Richard
$1 $8,100 $1,000
3rd place New champion: $8,100 2nd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ray Stephanie Richard
$3,100 $4,100 $8,400
14 R,
1 W
12 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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Game tape date: 1990-09-10
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