Show #1206 - Monday, November 27, 1989

Lisa Guay game 5.


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Michael Reilly, a maitre d' from Fullerton, California

Steve Robinson, a salesperson and student from Santa Monica, California

Lisa Guay, a homemaker from Champlain, New York (whose 4-day cash winnings total $38,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
Hollywood empire builder who "Labored like a mountain and brought forth a mouse"
    $100 13
Last year this man's son Robbie jumped his motorcycle over 22 cars & broke... his dad's record
    $100 19
The upper part of this turtle feature is called the carapace
    $100 18
It's the only papal state left in the world
    $100 1
In titles of plays, these 2 words precede "Lefty" & "Godot"
    $100 6
Completes Kentucky's state motto, "United we stand..."
    $200 9
American humorist who was dubbed "Poet Lariat"
    $200 14
The N.Y. Times ran a correction when it misstated the shoe size of this Philippine first lady in November, 1988
    $200 20
A drone bee's only purpose in life is to do this with the queen & they do it in flight
    $200 27
To feel an earthquake shake Djibouti, you have to be on this continent
    $200 2
This Ibsen drama about a femme fatale unfolds in the Tesmans' fashionable villa
    $200 7
The surgical unit in this long-running CBS comedy series had the motto, "Best Care, Anywhere"
    $300 10
A player said of this late Green Bay coach, "He treats every man the same; he treats us all like dogs"
    $300 15
People Magazine called her 4 year-old daughter Athina "The richest little girl in the world"
    $300 21
The bulldog is a symbol of this country where it was developed
    $300 28
The 2nd largest city in W. Germany, its state senate is headed by a burgermeister
    $300 3
Jean Giraudoux's play about "The Madwoman of" this place wasn't performed until after his death
    $300 24
Per its advertising motto, the insecticide Raid does this
    $400 11
Those who knew this actress agreed with her statement "I've been on a calendar, but never on time"
    $400 16
He says that Gerry Rivers is not his real name but admits he was sometimes called Gerry as a kid
    $400 22
Of sight, hearing, or smell, the sense that is best developed in most seals
    $400 29
California's 2 longest rivers, the San Joaquin & Sacramento, meet & flow into this bay
    $400 4
This 1928 Ben Hecht - Chas. MacArthur play influenced the public's conception of newspapermen
    $400 25
"All the news that fits" is the motto of this rock music magazine
    DD: $500 12
In 1952 a critic called this Fr. philosopher the "Decade's foremost theatrical confidence man"
    $500 17
Mary Pickford's stepson; he made his film debut at 13 in 1922, & in in 1989 he was a guest star on "B.L. Stryker"
    $500 23
The 2 species of camel are the Arabian, also called the dromedary & this
    $500 30
Pile O' Bones was the original name of this capital of Saskatchewan
    $500 5
In Italy this Pirandello play is known as "Sei Personaggi in Cerca D' Autore"
    $500 26
The motto of this movie company is "Ars Gratia Artis", or Art for Art's Sake

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

Lisa Steve Michael
$800 $1,600 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Steve Michael
$1,900 $2,500 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
Thanks to perestroika, lawyers in this country have created an advocacy assn., like a bar assn.
    $200 24
Born Anna Mary Robertson, this artist died in 1961 at age 101
    $200 1
This president, born just off Broadway, was the subject of the Broadway musical "Teddy & Alice"
    $200 7
Roman Polanski's film "Tess" was based on his novel "Tess of the D' Urbervilles"
    $200 6
Trumpet player John Birks Gillespie is better known by this nickname
    $200 21
The Philadelphia Centennial Exposition celebrated the 100th anniversary of this document
    $400 13
In 1989 a warehouse in Nebraska was destroyed by a flood of this sugar by-product
    $400 25
In 1534 Pope Paul III named him painter, sculptor & architect of the Vatican Palace
    $400 2
New York City has 3 of these systems: the IND, the BMT & the narrow-gauge IRT
    $400 8
This Civil War historian won a Pulitzer prize & a nat'l book award for 1953's "A Stillness at Appomattox"
    $400 17
For 36 years this black "Hello, Dolly!" star has been married to jazz drummer Louis Bellson
    $400 22
On March 27, 1964, North America's most intense recorded earthquake, an 8.4, hit this state
    $600 14
This Olympic runner who won 3 gold medals in 1988 retired recently to pursue writing & acting
    $600 28
As a teenager, Andrew Wyeth was inspired by this American seascape artist
    $600 3
This national newspaper, based in New York, has the largest circulation in the U.S.
    $600 9
A Waltham, Mass. university is named for this Supreme Court justice & author of 1914's "Other People's Money"
    $600 18
In 1976 this guitarist's "Breezin' " LP became the 1st record by a jazz musician to go platinum
    $600 23
1 of 3 men who, under the name "Publius", wrote "The Federalist" essays urging ratification of the Constitution
    $800 15
One newspaper after another is fleeing this London street as banks & insurance COs move in
    DD: $2,000 29
In 1888 Vincent van Gogh threatened to kill this artist who was his roommate at the time
    $800 4
Residents of this most populous borough sued, saying they were underrepresented in the city government
    $800 11
"The Power of Myth" is a book based on his conversations on PBS with Joseph Campbell
    $800 19
In 1975 this big band leader's album, "Thundering Herd", won a Grammy
    $800 26
Just before WWII this British king & his queen Elizabeth became the 1st British monarchs to visit the U.S.
    $1000 16
A jug of oil used to anoint kings of ancient Judah was recently found at Qumran near this body of water
    DD: $1,200 5
One of New York's oldest skyscrapers; its name is derived from its shape
    $1000 12
"The Human Mind" & "Man Against Himself" were written by this Topeka, Kansas psychiatrist
    $1000 20
Benny Goodman's original quartet included drummer Gene Krupa, pianist Teddy Wilson & this vibraphonist
    $1000 27
In 1982 Central High School was made a national landmark in memory of 1957 events there

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Steve Michael
$2,300 $5,500 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Genoa, Italy gave this state capital a 20' statue which was put in front of City Hall

Final scores:

Lisa Steve Michael
$4,600 $2,900 $0
5-day champion: $42,600 2nd place: Trip to New York City 3rd place: Magnavox "Movie Maker" VHS Camcorder

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lisa Steve Michael
$4,300 $5,500 $3,800
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $13,600

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Game tape date: 1989-08-23
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