Show #1467 - Tuesday, January 8, 1991

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Jim Gallagher, an attorney from Brooklyn, New York

Donna Friedman, a reporter from Anchorage, Alaska

Jerry Standlee, an air traffic controller from Fort Worth, Texas (whose 3-day cash winnings total $22,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The "P" will appear in all of the correct responses, and in each of those correct responses, the "P" is silent.)
    $100 15
This country beckons visitors with the slogan, "There's never been a better time to say G'day!"
    $100 4
Her film debut was in "The One & Only Genuine Original Family Band", not "Cactus Flower"
    $100 8
Egbert, a Saxon, is considered the first monarch of this country
    $100 21
"Lee's Fleas" will be pleased to know that he's among the top money winners on the Senior Tour
    $100 1
This type of warfare uses propaganda to destroy the enemy's will to fight
    $200 17
This host city plans to use anchored ships as floating hotels for the 1992 Summer Olympics
    $200 6
Of Shemp Howard, Trevor Howard, or Leslie Howard, the one who was using his real name
    $200 9
Kurt von Schuschnigg was Chancellor of this country when Hitler invaded in 1938
    $200 22
According to "Golf Digest", the chances of an average golfer doing this in a round are one in 11,000
    $200 2
His astronomy figures were accepted as true for centuries until Copernicus proved them incorrect
    $300 18
Shops endorsed by this British dependency's Tourist Association display a seal with a red junk on it
    $300 7
For a 1976 TV movie, she again played Etta Place, her role in "Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid"
    $300 10
Yoshinobu, the last man to hold this title in Japan, resigned in 1867 with the Meiji Restoration
    $300 26
Slinky dresses are made of this fabric sewn through with silver or gold thread
    $300 23
These days, he spends much of his time designing golf courses for his company, Golden Bear International
    $300 3
The term for food poisoning is outdated since these compounds usually don't cause it
    $400 19
The walled city of Tulum is one of the fascinating Mayan ruins on this peninsula
    $400 13
She starred in "Soldier in the Rain" & "Who'll Stop the Rain"
    $400 11
During the Long March, Chinese communists were fleeing the troops of this nationalist leader
    $400 27
A bell-shaped hat popular in the 1920s; its name is French for "bell"
    $400 24
American sportswriters voted him the outstanding golfer of the years 1900-1949
    $400 5
From the Greek for "to have an itch", it's an incurable, non-contagious skin disease
    DD: $500 20
The Grizzly House in Banff in this Canadian province serves rattlesnake fondue
    $500 14
It's what Richard Dreyfuss & Danny DeVito sold as "Tin Men"
    $500 12
Darius the Great ruled this empire from 522-486 BC & standardized coins, weights & measures
    $500 28
Stinging word used to describe the tiny corseted waist 19th century women wanted
    $500 25
In June 1990, he won his third U.S. Open, becoming the oldest man to win that title
    $500 16
It describes any power implement operated by compressed air

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

Jerry Donna Jim
$1,400 $900 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry Donna Jim
$2,900 $1,500 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
His "Tales of the South Pacific" were based on his experiences there in the Navy during WWII
    $200 12
One of the two men named Max who slugged it out in a heavyweight bout in June
    $200 4
This region encompasses Denmark, Norway & Sweden for sure, but some include Finland & even Iceland
    $200 1
The word for this Biblical food is probably a corruption of "man hu", meaning "what is it"
    $200 2
"Old Veto" & "Old Grover"
    $200 29
This wedding gift given to Arthur & Guinevere could seat 150 knights
    $400 18
He set a major part of his novel, "The Sun Also Rises", at Pamplona during the Fiesta of San Fermin
    $400 22
The day this New York City mayor was elected, he tried to chase Tammany thugs out of a polling place
    $400 7
This line, subject to stress, runs from the Gulf of California to San Francisco
    $400 3
It's made from a long rope of dough that's boiled, glazed with egg, salted, twisted & baked
    $400 13
"The Hero of San Juan Hill"
    $400 30
After Arthur's death, Guinevere took the veil & became one of these
    DD: $1,200 19
The Nobel committee cited "The Winter of Our Discontent" in awarding him the 1962 Literature Prize
    $600 23
In the 1933 film, this actor, playing an actor, commits suicide & misses; "Dinner at Eight"
    $600 9
To find the highest point in his country, a Greek should seek this peak
    $600 5
If you order pilaf, you'll be served this grain
    $600 14
"Big Bill"
    $600 26
He used his magic to gather the stones that make up Stonehenge
    $800 20
1927 Sinclair Lewis novel described as "a bitter satire on hypocrisy among the clergy"
    $800 24
This gangster who boasted he could write his name on a wall with bullets was captured on September 26
    $800 10
Holy city of the Sikhs in which you'd find the Golden Temple
    $800 6
In the U.S., this refers to a small, quick bread; in the U.K., it can mean a cookie or a cracker
    $800 15
"Uncle Sam"
    $800 27
The purest & noblest knight, his name has become synonymous with chivalry
    $1000 21
A father dooms his daughter's romance, then dies in this Henry James novel named for a New York City locale
    DD: $2,000 25
Congress passed the Hare-Hawes-Cutting Act, setting the terms for this country's independence
    $1000 11
It was called the East Indies, then the Dutch East Indies & now it's this
    $1000 8
Middle Eastern dish made of ground, spiced chickpeas shaped into balls & fried
    $1000 16
"Old Buck"
    $1000 28
This knight who fatally wounded Arthur was either his son or his nephew

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry Donna Jim
$5,700 $8,100 $10,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This artist's only known seascape, "Storm on the Sea of Galilee", was stolen in 1990

Final scores:

Jerry Donna Jim
$700 $4,799 $4,300
3rd place New champion: $4,799 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jerry Donna Jim
$5,700 $7,500 $9,800
17 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,000

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Game tape date: 1990-10-09
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