Show #1170 - Friday, October 6, 1989


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Martin Euritt, a teacher from Phoenix, Arizona

Frank Stanonik, a locomotive engineer from Chesterland, Ohio

Kerry Tymchuk, an attorney originally from Reedsport, Oregon (whose 2-day cash winnings total $12,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
A deer, a female deer
    $100 1
In January 1989 he announced he would not seek another term as governor of Massachusetts in 1990
    $100 3
In the series, this film falls between "Star Wars" & "Return of the Jedi"
    $100 21
The magazine of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, or its award
    $100 26
It was the last name of Mexican muralist Diego; we don't know if he was related to Geraldo
    $100 9
She dropped out of Sarah Lawrence College in 1957 & married John Lennon in 1969
    $200 17
David Frizzell & Shelly West sang, "I wasn't lookin' for romance, I just came here to" do this
    $200 2
Japan's chrysanthemum taboo limits discussion of this late emperor's participation in WWII
    $200 4
Mia Farrow, Whoopi Goldberg & Prince have all starred in films with this color in the title
    $200 22
The world's largest glacier is on this continent
    $200 27
He said he ate the same soup for lunch for years; maybe that's why he painted soup cans
    $200 11
This "ramblin' kind of guy" pulled straight A's in philosophy at Long Beach State
    $300 18
This part of a table is hinged so that it can be folded down when not in use
    $300 10
To convince New Jersey to deregulate wrestling, the WWF admitted this about the sport
    $300 6
Patsy Swayze, Patrick's mom, has a home video that'll teach you moves like her son made in this 1987 film
    $300 23
Knights of yore wore these heavy leather gloves, & they threw them down, too
    $300 30
In 1901 he left Tahiti for the Marquesas Islands where he died in poverty in 1903
    $300 13
His wife Jane, who he met at the U. of MD., was his 1st partner in puppetry, or shall we say muppetry
    $400 19
This type of steak was named for a restaurateur whose first name was Lorenzo
    $400 12
This So. American country lost millions after 2 cyanide-laced grapes turned up in Philadelphia
    $400 7
In 1989 he starred in 1 of the 3 "New York Stories" & as one of the "Three Fugitives"
    $400 24
This brand of syrup comes in a bottle shaped like a lady, & the syrup pours from the top of her head
    $400 29
He was the most famous artist born on the island of Crete
    $400 14
Child star who appeared in her 1st film in 1972 & graduated magna cum laude from Yale in 1985
    $500 20
Oui, oui, this French word means a low-cut neckline
    $500 16
On his 1st foreign trip as president, Bush traveled to this country & discussed acid rain
    $500 8
Estevez, Sheen, Sutherland, Phillips, Mulroney & Siemaszko collectively in a 1988 film
    $500 25
Candling is a procees of running these over bright lights to inspect & grade them
    DD: $500 28
The French impressionist who painted the following:
    $500 15
In 1903 future president F. Roosevelt was elected editor of this school paper at Harvard

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Kerry Frank Martin
$900 $200 $2,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Frank Martin
$3,200 $1,800 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Words whose pronounciation is an indication as to their sound)
    $200 2
World Book says Maine's St. John River & this major N.Y. river have both been called "The Rhine of America"
    $200 23
The original myth had her opening a jar; centuries later it was changed to a box
    $200 1
"X" chromosomes are inherited from both parents: those with this designation only from the father
    $200 8
1 of 3 women named in titles of Shakesperean plays
    $200 13
In 1861, the year our Civil War began, these peasants were formally freed by Alexander II
    $200 3
You may not give one, but this is the sound an owl makes
    $400 9
The Pilgrims landed at the site of Provincetown on this Mass. cape before founding Plymouth
    $400 24
Bellerophon caught & tamed this mighty steed
    $400 4
Hormone that's released during a "fight or flight" reaction
    $400 22
In "Othello", Shakespeare describes jealousy as a "monster" with this facial feature
    $400 18
In 1920 the Red Army finally defeated the anti-Communists, known by this colorful name
    $400 14
After feeding him or her, you pat a baby on the back to elicit this response
    $600 10
With fewer people than Houston or Dallas, this TX city is still 1 of the 10 biggest in the U.S.
    DD: $1,000 25
This king & his queen, Igrayne, were the parents of King Arthur
    $600 5
Our teeth are composed mostly of this bony substance that sounds like the name of a brand of gum
    DD: $1,000 28
Brutus' wife in "Julius Caesar" & the lady lawyer in "The Merchant of Venice" shared this name
    $600 19
A defeated Russia became a part of this Asian empire in the mid 1200s
    $600 15
When this large metal disk was struck, Chuck Barris stopped the act performing on stage
    $800 11
This Rocky Mountain state has more mountains above 14,000 feet than any other
    $800 26
In American folklore, this cowboy hero was raised by coyotes
    $800 6
Mostly they're made up of keratin & grow as much as 2 inches a year
    $800 29
These 2 title characters were named Valentine & Proteus
    $800 20
In 1547 this prince crowned himself Russia's 1st czar & made Moscow the country's capital
    $800 16
Old bones & old wooden doors do it when moved
    $1000 12
If you want to go "way down upon the Suwannee River", you should know it rises near Waycross in this state
    $1000 27
After 500 years it kills itself in a fire & is reborn out of the ashes
    $1000 7
Part of the body in which you'd find approximately 300 million alveoli
    $1000 30
Title character who's Benvolio's buddy
    $1000 21
On the 14th day of this month in 1825 Nicholas I easily squelched an uprising of about 3,000 soldiers
    $1000 17
A series of light tapping sounds, like little feet running across the floor above you

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Frank Martin
$5,200 $9,200 $4,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The only native Californian to win the Nobel Prize for Literature

Final scores:

Kerry Frank Martin
$10,400 $10,400 $1,110
3-day co-champion: $22,401 New co-champion: $10,400 2nd place: Keller Oaktown dining furniture

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kerry Frank Martin
$6,200 $9,200 $5,100
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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Game tape date: 1989-06-20
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