Show #1190 - Friday, November 3, 1989


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Fran Pipp, a psychologist from Dexter, Michigan

Bill Nyden, a computer programmer and analyst from Mountain View, California

Joe Roberts, a director of planning & building from Perth Amboy, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In 1967 this country exploded its 1st H-bomb at its Lob Nor test site in Sinkiang province
    $100 5
In 1986 Giotto, a craft launched by the European Space Agency, got within 335 miles of this comet's nucleus
    $100 19
Junipers & Japanese maples are especially suited for this type of tree dwarfing
    $100 9
It's the "noble" stage name of John Joseph Ryan, who starred on "Hawaii Five-O"
    $100 14
With the hull left on it's called brown; with it removed it's white & called "polished"
    $100 25
An over-eater of sheep meat
    $200 2
A civil war in Paris during his youth convinced this king to build his palace at Versailles
    $200 7
Horsehead, Trifid & Crab are examples of these clouds of interstellar matter
    $200 20
These little red beetles will help guard your garden from aphids, scale & spider mites
    $200 12
"Silver Streak" star Jerome Silberman
    $200 15
You can't beat this soup which is made from beets
    $200 26
A rapid reeling out of fishing line
    $300 3
Long the ruling party in this country, the PRI won the 1988 election by its lowest margin ever
    $300 8
On Nov. 30, 1954 a Mrs. Hodges of Sylacauga, AL became the only person on record to be injured by one of these
    $300 21
Some roses form these seedpods, rich in vitamin C, after they bloom & drop their petals
    $300 13
Ronald Pierce, who swung through the jungle as TV's Tarzan in the '60s, acts under this name
    $300 16
The Larousse Gastronomique says quiche originated in this French region
    $300 27
In boxing it could be Caesars Palace or Madison Square Garden
    $400 4
The 1st great building of the Acropolis was this one built between 447-438 B.C.
    $400 10
This term for a star that's undergone a complete gravitational collapse was coined in the '60s
    $400 22
Ladies' slippers, ladies' tresses & dragon's mouth are examples of this exotic flower
    $400 23
He used to be Hugh Krampe, but he shot to fame as Wyatt Earp under this name
    $400 17
Lyophilization is the scientific name of this process used to produce instant coffee
    $400 29
Animator Tex Avery described this Walter Lantz penguin as devoid of personality
    DD: $500 6
In a famous race, these 2 men reached the South Pole, 1 in December 1911, the other 5 weeks later
    $500 11
This outermost part of the solar atmosphere can easily be seen during total solar eclipses
    $500 28
Used for lawns & golf courses, it's usually listed last alphabetically among grasses
    $500 24
His real name is Anson Heimlich & his cousin invented the Heimlich Maneuver
    $500 18
Escoffier came up with this fruit & ice cream dish in 1892 to honor a star of "Lohengrin"
    $500 30
He takes the minutes at a powwow

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

Joe Bill Fran
$1,100 $700 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Bill Fran
$2,300 $1,400 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(as in Edgar Allan)
    $200 10
Called the German Athens in the 19th century, this Wisc. city is a leading center of German culture in the U.S.
    $200 8
Its name is a pronoun, the objective case of "we"
    $200 7
Though Hindus disapprove of killing animals, they regard the slaying of these animals as the worst offense
    $200 6
When this Spanish surrealist died, there was no rush to buy his prints because there were so many of them
    $200 26
A German word meaning "splashing in water" gave us the word "puddle" & this dog's name
    $200 1
Completes the line from "To Helen", "To the glory that was Greece & ..."
    $400 21
Survey Sampling, Inc. calls this Iowa capital the No. 1 city for market research
    $400 9
As you might expect, Smithsonian is published in this city
    $400 15
Mormons regard both of these books as the word of God
    $400 11
His photo silkscreens include "Liz", "Jackie" & "Elvis" as well as "Marilyn"
    $400 27
Pure white at birth, this dog's spots begin to appear when he's about 3 weeks old
    $400 2
In this tale William Legrand & his servant Jupiter find a rare entomological specimen
    $600 22
An early visitor found Hohokam Indian ruins here & predicted a new city would rise from the ashes
    $600 19
Of Gourmet, Vanity Fair or Connoisseur, the one that's "The Guide to the Civilized World"
    $600 16
In most Orthodox synagogues they are separated; in Conservative & Reform they are not
    $600 12
It was recently said of this artist "He's far more than cowboys & indians. (He) is uncannily modern."
    $600 28
This smallest of all dogs comes in all canine colors
    $600 3
1845 poem set in December, at midnight in a chamber
    $800 23
This city that earned its own song in "The Music Man" was named for an executive of U.S. Steel
    DD: $1,000 20
The magazine named for this naturalist celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1987
    $800 17
Muslim law allows a man to have up to 4 of these if he can support & care for each equally
    $800 13
The New Yorker 1st published 1 of this cartoonist's ghoulish works in 1935, long before the TV show
    $800 29
This "badger dog" was bred to keep its legs short so it could follow a badger into his burrow
    $800 4
We're not sure who was the last of the Mohicans, but we do know Roderick was the last man in this line
    $1000 24
You had to send the earliest Kodaks back to this city to have the film inside developed
    $1000 25
It's now published by the Ben Franklin Literary & Medical Society; Curtis sold it in 1982
    $1000 18
In March 1989, 35 archbishops from this country met with the Pope to discuss their flock of 53 million
    $1000 14
German-born artist famous for his portraits of the court of Henry VIII
    DD: $2,000 30
Unlike the German miniature schnauzer, most other breeds of this group originated in the British isles
    $1000 5
According to the Oxford Companion to American Lit., they were sleigh, wedding, alarm & funeral

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Bill Fran
$7,300 $9,000 $2,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The last president who did not serve in the armed forces

Final scores:

Joe Bill Fran
$9,001 $12,401 $2,200
2nd place: a trip to Miami & a Caribbean cruise New champion: $12,401 3rd place: a Ricoh Mirai zoom camera

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joe Bill Fran
$7,600 $8,000 $2,700
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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Game tape date: 1989-08-21
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