Show #1442 - Tuesday, December 4, 1990

Bruce Ikawa game 3.
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Steve Heisel, a psychiatrist from Brookline, Massachusetts

Bart Hillier, a lawyer and instructor originally from Toledo, Ohio

Bruce Ikawa, a college professor originally from Indianapolis, Indiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Elmyr de Hory was exposed as one in 1968 when buyers noticed wet paint on paintings he was selling
    $100 1
Nebraska has a Cherry County & this state a Peach County
    $100 21
You're in them where the trade winds meet near the equator, even if you're not down in the dumps
    $100 7
John Wayne's role as this macho Mongol in "The Conqueror" was perhaps the strangest of his career
    $100 12
This artist's original bird illustrations are exhibited in a museum near Henderson, Kentucky
    $100 18
There's more tea in this large Asian country than all the tea in China
    $200 3
In 1978 the stolen body of this film comedian who died in 1977 was found in a Swiss cornfield
    $200 17
Glades County is in this state
    $200 26
He was the first to propose a thermometer based on the centigrade scale
    $200 8
32 years apart, Errol Flynn and David Hemmings starred in films about "The Charge of" this
    $200 13
The USS Yorktown is now a naval museum on the Cooper River near Charleston in this state
    $200 19
The first tea bags were made of this insect fiber
    $300 4
The device a 17-year-old Cleveland boy used to get Richard Nixon's unlisted home phone number
    $300 23
Missouri's Hickory County & its county seat Hermitage were both named in honor of this president
    $300 30
A Fata Morgana is one of these, often in the form of castles & usually over water
    $300 9
Sir Richard Attenborough won 1982's Best Director Oscar for this epic which also won Best Picture
    $300 14
There's a Boot Hill Museum on Wyatt Earp Boulevard in this Kansas town
    $300 20
In this country tea was first sold publicly in 1657 in a coffee house
    $400 5
After killing this outlaw in April 1882 Bob Ford went on a national tour
    $400 24
There's a Louisiana parish named for this Longfellow heroine
    $400 28
From a Cantonese word, it's a severe tropical hurricane, especially one in the China Sea
    $400 10
In the 1936 Western "The Plainsman", Gary Cooper went wild in this role
    $400 15
The battleship Texas can be seen at the San Jacinto Museum of History in this major Texas city
    $400 22
There are three major types of tea: oolong & the teas named for these 2 colors
    $500 6
She planned the bank robberies for her boys Herman, Lloyd, Arthur & Fred
    $500 25
Lake of the Woods County is this state's newest county, as well as its least populous
    DD: $500 27
The Greeks saw this as the sign of Iris, messenger of the gods
    $500 11
Ethel Barrymore played this troubled Empress in the 1932 film "Rasputin and the Empress"
    $500 16
Van Gogh's "Starry Night" & some of Monet's water lily paintings hang here in Midtown Manhattan
    $500 29
The Lapsang grade of this tea is known for its smoky flavor

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Bruce Bart Steve
$1,900 $800 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Bart Steve
$2,200 $1,300 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 24
In 1967, the Constitution was amended to allow these native Australians to become citizens
    $200 28
His brothers sold him into slavery, telling their father he'd been devoured by wild beasts
    $200 3
A military tribunal convened under government authority to try members of the armed forces
    $200 10
"Iris", a 19th century opera set in this country, features characters named Kyoto & Osaka
    $200 25
The British Crown dismissed him as deputy postmaster general prior to the American Revolution
    $200 5
Isaac Jaggard & Edward Blount printed the first folio of this playwright's works
    $400 26
Australia has about 500 species of this tree, the most widespread on the continent
    $400 20
David sent her husband Uriah into battle to die & then married her
    $400 4
An infant, a child or any juvenile who has not yet reached the legal age of competence
    $400 16
"Lucia di Lammermoor" is set in this country around 1700
    $400 12
This Quaker abolitionist & suffragist was burned in effigy by a New York City mob in the 1850s
    $400 6
Don't be afraid to tell us that she's the lady who wrote "Mrs. Dalloway" & published it in 1925
    $600 27
Danish architect Jorn Utzon designed this Sydney landmark, which was completed in 1973
    $600 15
In 2 Kings 2, he went up to heaven in a chariot of fire
    $600 21
Toleration Acts are concerned with this freedom
    $600 17
Of Tosca, Thais or Turandot, the one who doesn't die at the end of her opera
    $600 11
By 1902, this traditional color of U.S. Army uniforms was changed to olive drab
    $600 7
He emigrated to New Zealand & grew wealthy as a sheep farmer before writing "Erewhon"
    DD: $1,200 30
It's the only Australian state named for a man
    $800 14
Saul had this witch raise the spirit of Samuel, who then prophesied Saul's doom
    $800 22
Literally meaning that you have the body, this writ requires an appearance in court
    $800 18
The Walpurgis Night orgy scene is often omitted from productions of this Gounod opera
    $800 1
The State's Rights Democrats who opposed their party's civil rights plank in 1948 were known as this
    $800 8
His novel "The Moon and Sixpence" is based on Gauguin, but the hero is British, not French
    $1000 29
Australia's first modern World's Fair, World Expo '88, was held in this capital of Queensland
    DD: $1,700 13
Sorrowful prophet whose book follows Isaiah, he's also credited with the book of Lamentations
    $1000 23
In 1969, this Supreme Court justice resigned amid criticism of his financial dealings
    $1000 19
Composer whose 1859 opera "Un ballo in maschera" depicts an assassination at a masked ball
    $1000 2
Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for president, lost to him in 1872
    $1000 9
Dinah Morris, a Methodist preacher, agrees to marry Adam Bede at the end of this author's novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Bart Steve
$12,400 $4,100 $200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A jilted lover almost breaks a magic spell by running away from a village in this 1947 musical

Final scores:

Bruce Bart Steve
$16,599 $7,700 $390
3-day champion: $44,599 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bruce Bart Steve
$12,000 $4,100 $2,400
28 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
15 R,
4 W
10 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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Game tape date: 1990-09-17
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