Show #1105 - Friday, May 26, 1989

Rich Lerner game 4.


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Thompson O'Sullivan, an assistant director from Toluca Lake, California

Doug Schwartz, an engineer originally from La Mesa, California

Rich Lerner, a lawyer from Silver Spring, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In Holland he's known as "Sinter-Klaas"
    $100 18
They're "sown" in one's youth
    $100 12
According to the song, it's "That Toddlin' Town"
    $100 1
It's the present-day successor of the old Federal Radio Commission
    $100 11
Nickname of Jean-Claude Duvalier, who succeeded his father, a physician, as Haitian leader
    $200 7
The Holland Herald is this airline's in-flight magazine
    $200 19
Wilford Brimley reminds you in commercials that it's 100% rolled oats & nothing else
    $200 13
The last line of this Rodgers & Hart song is "Each day is Valentine's Day"
    $200 2
Number of the Continental Congress which adopted the Declaration of Independence
    $200 14
Childhood stage name of the actress who played Sally Rogers on "The Dick Van Dyke Show"
    $300 8
At Klompenboer in Amsterdam you can watch these being made
    $300 22
Smuts, rusts & barley yellow dwarf
    $300 3
A cartoon by Thomas Nast in an 1874 Harper's Weekly was the 1st to use an elephant as this
    DD: $900 15
1 of 2 popular U.S. films released in late 1987 that had the word "Baby" in their titles
    $400 9
The hat colors of porters of this food product at the Alkmaar Market indicate the guild they work for
    $400 21
After being hulled, what's left are these, the seeds of the oat
    $400 4
The Liberty Bell cracked July 8, 1835 while tolling this Chief Justice's death
    $400 16
Seen w/Casper the Friendly Ghost, this Harvey cartoon & comic character was an overgrown duckling
    $500 10
Aruba separated from this island group in 1986 & will be fully independent in 1996
    $500 20
This state, the top U.S. oat producer, also gave us Tom Brokaw
    $500 5
The verdict in the 1982 trial of John Hinckley Jr. for attempting to murder the president
    $500 17
It's how the media referred to little Miss McClure, who, in 1987, fell down a well & was rescued 2 days later

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Rich Doug Thompson
$2,100 -$300 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Doug Thompson
$700 $400 -$500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
Though he lived in many states, his body "lies a-moudering in the grave" south of Lake Placid
    $200 1
This comedy features a woman named Hero & a hero named Benedick, but it isn't "Much"
    $200 2
In Hebrew, this word literally means "fit", as in "fit to be eaten"
    $200 25
In the 1890s William Halsted introduced the practice of wearing these sterile surgical accessories
    $400 24
This wealthy oil magnate was born in 1839 just outside the village of Richford
    $400 3
Villain in "Othello" who says, "Wine is a good familiar creature, if it be well used"
    $400 7
The holy day of the week in the Seventh-day Adventist Church
    $400 16
His goal was to collect 100,000 sexual histories; when he died in 1956, he had about 18,000
    $400 15
The local government official who determines the value of a property specifically for tax purposes
    $400 26
His running ability helped this Dustin Hoffman character escape his Nazi foe
    $600 4
Make no mistake: this play about twins was "musicalized" as "The Boys from Syracuse"
    $600 8
Biblical event commemorated by the taking of communion in Christian ceremonies
    $600 17
Connected to a beeping machine, people have learned to control their blood pressure using this process
    $600 14
Before granting a mortgage, a lender has this person inspect the property to determine its market value
    DD: $2,500 23
Film that inspired Burt Bacharach & Hal David to write this 1962 Top 10 hit:

"Alone and afraid she prayed that he'd return that fateful night /
Aw, that night /
When nothing she said could keep her man from going out to fight..."
    DD: $100 27
Brooklynite Jennie Jerome was the mother of this famous statesman
    $800 5
In "Antony and Cleopatra", Marc Antony commits suicide by doing this
    $800 9
European mercenaries of the 15th to 19th c., they now exist only to protect the Pope
    $800 18
Encyclopedia Americana says an infant has about 350 of these, but a typical adult only 206
    $800 12
An area legally designated for specific use, such as business, residential or industrial
    $800 22
Title roles played by Jean-Louis Trintignant & Anouk Aimée in 1966 & a 1986 sequel
    $1000 20
This 19th c. politician was born at 1 Cherry Street, Manhattan & died in the Ludlow St. jail
    $1000 6
He was banished from Verona for killing Tybalt
    $1000 10
Every good Moslem is expected to make one of these pilgrimages to Mecca once in his life
    $1000 19
An otolaryngologist treats these 3 body parts
    $1000 11
An agreement with a real estate broker to market one's property
    $1000 21
Hitchcock "Man" played by Leslie Banks in 1934 & James Stewart in 1956

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Doug Thompson
$3,900 $6,300 $5,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

According to the Browning poem, he could also get rid of "The mole and toad and newt and viper"

Final scores:

Rich Doug Thompson
$6,390 $1,300 $3,950
4-day champion: $40,790 3rd place: White-Westinghouse family-sized 17 cubit foot frost-free refrigerator/freezer 2nd place: Contemporary Classics bedroom furniture by Keller + Dakota fanfare bedspread

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rich Doug Thompson
$4,800 $6,400 $3,700
13 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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Game tape date: 1989-01-31
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