Show #1164 - Thursday, September 28, 1989


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Linda Nalitz, a translator and auditor from Waynesburg, Pennsylvania

Drew Blakeman, a freelance journalist from San Francisco, California

Norm Burger, a manufacturing operations specialist originally from Watertown, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 22
In Manhattan, most of these outdoor train lines have been torn down to eliminate noise & dirt
    $100 17
One is said to be on this street if he's financially independent
    $100 3
The name for this hat comes from "sombra" the Spanish word for shade
    $100 1
Malocclusion is a problem with these body parts
    $100 8
Though they come 4th & 8th in the order of months, they're 1st & 2nd alphabetically
    $100 7
Marilyn claimed to be a direct descendant of this U.S. president
    $200 23
Chrysler executive who developed the Ford Mustang
    $200 18
Although nominated 4 times, Karl Malden never won an Emmy for this TV police series
    $200 10
Mexico City is home to the world's largest arena devoted to this sport
    $200 2
Lack of coordination between these matching organs is called strabismus
    $200 9
All Hallows' Eve & All Saints Day fall in these 2 months
    $200 14
In the fall of 1953 Marilyn made her TV debut on this "stingy" comedian's program
    $300 24
The 1st type of this railroad car was the "Delmonico" built by Pullman in 1868
    $300 19
At the age of 61, this actor made his film debut as the ponderous Kasper Gutman in "The Maltese Falcon"
    $300 11
"Joy of Cooking" calls this strong liquor "the Gulp of Mexico"
    $300 4
Studies show patients treated with TPA rarely need an angioplasty after this event
    $300 16
The 2 months that fit in a 4-letter word category
    $300 15
In 1956 Marilyn converted to Judaism before she married this playwright
    $400 29
Directional axis of odd-numbered interstate highways
    $400 20
In this song you should "Grab your coat & get your hat, leave your worry on the doorstep"
    $400 12
The 2 countries in the western hemisphere whose populations are larger than Mexico's
    $400 5
The common name for urticaria, a rash characterized by small red bumps
    $400 25
These 2 months refer to a younger person - older person relationship
    $400 27
At Marilyn's funeral, this director of The Actors Studio, with whom she once studied, gave the eulogy
    $500 21
Irene Dunne, Margaret Sullavan & Susan Hayward have all been in film versions of this Hurst novel
    $500 13
Mexico leads the world in the production of this precious metal
    $500 6
Also called cephalagia, these can be caused by pressure on the cranial or cervical nerves
    DD: $500 26
The 2 months in which the Sun is directly above the equator for part of a day
    $500 28
Marilyn sang a sexy rendition of "Heat Wave" in this 1954 movie musical

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Norm Drew Linda
$1,100 $700 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Norm Drew Linda
$2,800 $400 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
England's monetary system no longer uses the penny; the smallest denomination is now called this
    $200 1
Richard Horowitz, a timpanist with the Met, makes these sticks that a conductor uses
    $200 6
"Today" Show weatherman Willard Scott was the 1st to play this clown for McDonald's
    $200 16
The Bible says this wise king had a throne of ivory overlaid with gold & decorated with lions
    $200 11
This receiving station for immigrants in New York Bay opened January 1, 1892
    $200 19
Jay Gatsby lived at West Egg on this, New York's largest island
    $400 27
This mild interjection is from a contraction of "God blind me!"
    $400 2
Indian-born music director of the Israel Philharmonic, he also conducts the New York Philharmonic
    $400 7
This movie star left his wife Down Under for actress Linda Kozlowski
    $400 17
The French word for "chair", it can be followed by "courante", "volante" or "longue"
    $400 12
On March 3, 1847 Congress authorized the 1st ones of these, & with adhesive backs to boot
    $400 20
While on Jackson's Island, he met Jim, Miss Watson's runaway slave
    $600 28
British TV's "Steptoe & Son" was about a rag-and-bone man; U.S. equivalent "Sanford & Son", was about this
    $600 3
A Ft. Worth piano contest is named for this winner of the 1958 Int'l Tchaikovsky Competition
    $600 8
A Yankee broadcaster for 18 yrs., this former Cardinal player became president of the N.L. in 1989
    $600 18
Rustic style of American furniture named for mountains in upstate New York
    $600 13
In December 1962, this country agreed to let 1,113 POWs go in exchange for over $50 mil. in U.S. supplies
    $600 21
Norman Mailer novel in which a platoon invades the Japanese-held island of Anopopei
    DD: $800 4
For the 1991-2 bicentennial of this composer's death, 800 of his works will be performed at Lincoln Center
    $800 9
The Kennedy who announced he & wife Sheila would separate & he would not run for Mass. governor in 1990
    DD: $1,000 22
The practice of weaving long strips of rattan or other material to make seats, backs of chairs, etc.
    $800 14
An 1886 labor rally in this city's Haymarket Square turned into a riot
    $800 24
A coral island, probably in the South China Sea, was the setting for this book by William Golding
    $1000 5
If Beethoven rolled over in his grave, he'd find this composer of the Incidental Music to Rosamunde
    $1000 10
The books "In God's Name" & "A Thief in the Night" investigated his 1978 death
    $1000 23
He popularized his furniture style in his 1754 book "The Gentleman & Cabinetmaker's Director"
    $1000 15
A presidential order got her released from jail February 1, 1979
    $1000 25
William LeGrand & his servant found buried treasure on Sullivan's Island in this 19th c. detective story

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Norm Drew Linda
$3,800 $4,800 $1,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She abducted Lancelot when he was a baby & kept him on an island

Final scores:

Norm Drew Linda
$2,000 $1,999 $500
2-day champion: $13,801 2nd place: a trip to Murietta Hot Springs, California 3rd place: Bernardaud Limoges porcelain place settings

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Norm Drew Linda
$4,600 $5,800 $1,500
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,900

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Game tape date: 1989-06-19
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