Show #1452 - Tuesday, December 18, 1990

Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


Kathe Oliver, a teacher from Madison, New Jersey

Mark Pawlowski, a financial advisor originally from Montreal, Canada

Charles Hankey, a computer consultant and novelist from Brecksville, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Noah couldn't find one of these at the market
    $100 11
Pete Rose named his son Ty for this man whose record he broke
    $100 20
The name of this animal comes from the Greek for ivory
    $100 6
This country's oldest existing ballet company is the Ballet Rambert, not the Royal Ballet
    $100 25
Sclerotherapy is a method of treating this type of distended or dilated vein
    $100 1
Their address was 518 Crestview Drive & the Drysdales live next door
    $200 14
A thespian who overacts shamelessly is called one of these
    $200 12
Sir Edmund Hillary once went on a fruitless search for this legendary creature
    $200 21
Australia's Aborigines called this mammal the offspring of a water rat & a duck
    $200 7
Denmark's is called the Folketing & it has just one house
    DD: $1,200 26
Pollen-induced rhinitis is commonly called this
    $200 2
Kind of car Martin Milner drove down Route 66
    $300 15
Enjoy this beverage after a good steak
    $300 18
He served as a journalist in the National Guard while attending Indiana University Law School
    $300 22
Mature male hogs are known by this name, whether wild or not
    $300 8
Appropriately, you can sample some 100 ports at the Port Wine Institute in this country
    $300 27
In recent years, Lyme disease has become the most common illness transmitted by these bugs
    $300 3
Corporal Louis LeBeau was a prisoner in this camp
    $400 16
Grandmother swatted one so hard that she killed it
    $400 19
His book of memoirs is called "Self-Consciousness", not "Rabbit is Self-Conscious"
    $400 23
One of two species of deer in which both male & female have antlers
    $400 9
You can split to Split in this country on the Adriatic to see the ruins of Diocletian's palace
    $400 4
Eddie Munster's middle name
    $500 17
Fred loves rodents so much, he wrote one of these about them
    $500 24
This small mouse-like creature has the highest metabolic rate of any mammal
    $500 10
This former capital of Saxony was almost completely destroyed by World War II bombs
    $500 5
In 1962, NBC ran a Western named after this Wyoming town, & ABC had one called "The Lawman" set there

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Charles Mark Kathe
-$100 $1,600 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charles Mark Kathe
$2,700 $2,800 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In June, his "Born in the USA" album began a 96-week run on Billboard's Top 40 chart
    $200 12
They go together like a horse & carriage
    $200 18
James Joyce left this city at 20 & seldom returned, but many of his works are set there
    $200 23
Eyeless fish inhabit the Echo River, the largest river in this Kentucky cave system
    $200 8
Cinnabar is the principal ore of this liquid metal
    $200 1
In 1926, Carter G. Woodson founded Negro History Week, the forerunner of this current observance
    $400 7
In late November, 52-year-old William Schroeder became the second recipient of this
    $400 13
Gotham City's dynamic duo
    $400 19
Chapter 1 of this novel is entitled "The Three Presents of Monsieur d'Artagnan, The Father"
    $400 24
The temperature of the water in this state's Hot Springs National Park is always 143 degrees Fahrenheit
    $400 15
It's the main metal in brass and bronze
    $400 2
This organization was established in 1944 to raise funds for Black education
    $600 9
In September, a month after his acquittal on drug charges, his wife, Cristina Ferrare, left him
    $600 14
They were last seen together on screen in "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?"
    $600 20
This German's Danzig Trilogy consists of "The Tin Drum", "Cat and Mouse" & "Dog Ears"
    $600 25
The John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway links Yellowstone with this national park, 6 miles south
    $600 28
South Africa & the USSR are leading producers of this metal, which miners call white gold
    $600 3
A young student named Linda Brown was the focus of this landmark 1954 case
    $800 10
Perhaps feeling he didn't have the right stuff, he withdrew from the presidential race in March
    $800 16
Since 1983, America's first hour-long national evening news show has been co-anchored by this pair
    $800 21
William Sylvanus Baxter's age in Booth Tarkington's novel or the novel's title
    $800 26
Oregon's only national park features this lake
    $800 30
To prevent rusting, iron is often galvanized or coated with this metal
    $800 4
In the 1850s, this female preacher became an impassioned spokeswoman for the rights of women
    $1000 11
A gas leak at this company's chemical plant in Bhopal, India left 2,000 dead & more than 100,000 injured
    $1000 17
Located in New York City, the largest bookstore in the United States bears the name of this pair
    $1000 22
The title of this George Eliot novel refers to Dorlcote Mill
    DD: $2,800 27
One of two National Parks in South Dakota
    $1000 29
Metals that can be hammered into thin sheets are described by this adjective
    DD: $1,700 5
This ex-slave, a renowned orator, was the United States minister to Haiti from 1889 to 1891

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charles Mark Kathe
$11,400 $2,600 $100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

After Elizabeth II, this queen is the world's wealthiest woman

Final scores:

Charles Mark Kathe
$7,000 $2,300 $198
2-day champion: $13,799 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Charles Mark Kathe
$9,700 $2,600 $2,900
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R,
3 W
8 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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Game tape date: 1990-09-24
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