Show #1161 - Monday, September 25, 1989


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Sarah Taxman, a card store owner from Kansas City, Missouri

John DeAngeli, a text department processor originally from New York City

Tom Smolich, a Catholic priest originally from Sacramento, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $32,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

"GOOD" & "BAD"
    $100 4
In 1985 this country voluntarily limited car exports to the U.S. to 23 million a year
    $100 11
Milton Berlinger
    $100 10
It follows bunny, record & sock
    $100 22
Like other waterfowl, swans have this type of feet
    $100 15
The lake along Chicago's Lakeshore
    $100 1
It's a contraction of "God be with you"
    $200 5
This NYC avenue is synonymous with advertising, but only 2 of the top 16 ad agencies are located there
    $200 12
Shirley Betty
    $200 19
The music & dance show hosted by Don Cornelius
    $200 27
It's the reason swans can feed in much deeper water than ducks
    $200 16
1 of the world's largest lakes, it was formed when Hoover Dam was built
    $200 2
Completes Mae West's line, "When I'm good, I'm very very good, but..."
    $300 8
These products have been a top-selling product since Proctor & Gamble 1st marketed them in 1961
    $300 20
Edward Albert Heimberger
    $300 21
To dance with stamping steps in heavy shoes, it's also a block in the drain
    $300 28
Unlike humans, some swans choose these when they're only 2 or 3 years old
    $300 17
Lake Titicaca is the largest lake on this continent
    $300 3
There has never been a "bad" Supreme Court justice, but we do have this "good" one
    $400 9
This company now sells Squirt, Vernors & its own cream soda, but it still sells more root beer than anything
    $400 23
Joan de Beauvoir de Havilland
    DD: $500 25
Dance that Eydie Gorme sang about in the following 1963 hit:

"I was at a dance / When he caught my eye / Standin' all alone / Lookin' sad and shy..."
    $400 18
Named for a British king in 1755, this New York lake empties into Lake Champlain from the north
    $400 6
It's illegal to remove fossil specimens you may find in this national park in South Dakota
    $500 13
Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts & Co. announced its fee for its own buyout of this company was $75 million
    $500 24
Concetta Franconero
    $500 26
Sometimes done out in a meadow, it's a traditional dance of Romania & Israel
    $500 14
One of the most visited lakes in Canada, it's called "The gem of the Canadian Rockies"
    $500 7
Franklin Roosevelt's plan for promoting harmony between the U.S. & Latin America

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

Tom John Sarah
$1,000 $1,000 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom John Sarah
$3,000 $1,300 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally, our first time ever for this category...)
    $200 4
He lost a N.Y. mayoral race but won the Pulitzer for "The Executioner's Song"
    $200 1
The 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas houses a museum devoted to his assassination
    $200 2
Tammy Grimes was this "unsinkable" character on stage; Debbie Reynolds on the screen
    $200 16
Both James Madison & Woodrow Wilson went to this institution when it was called the College of N.J.
    $200 11
The USSR is taking this type of survey in 1989 that the U.S. government will take in 1990
    $200 9
Shakespeare wasn't the "DRAB" of Avon, he was this
    $400 5
In this 1955 novel, Humbert Humbert marries widow Charlotte Haze just to be near her Nymphet daughter
    $400 3
This abolitionist's home in Akron, Ohio, not Harpers Ferry, is now a museum
    $400 27
Peter Boyle got an Emmy nomination for his role as this U.S. senator in 1977 film "Tail Gunner Joe"
    $400 17
Of BYU, LSU or NYU, the one that's state sponsored
    $400 12
The government depart that issues passports
    $400 10
Cressida could tell you his name is an anagram of "OILRUST"
    $600 6
Jack London's "Call of the Wild" featured the exploits of this sledge dog & his master, John Thornton
    $600 24
Reapers & other types of farm machinery are seen at his memorial museum in Steeles Tavern, Virginia
    $600 28
Henry Winkler co-produces this ABC series in which Richard Dean Anderson plays title role
    $600 18
From 1878-1910 this military academy was located on the U.S.S. Chase
    $600 13
This state holds the nation's 1st presidential primary; in 1988 both Bush & Dukakis won there
    $600 21
Toward the end of the play, she thought Hamlet was starting to "GET RUDER"
    $800 7
Name of James Fenimore Cooper character introduced in "The Pioneers"; he appeared in 4 additional books
    $800 25
Once the home of Italian kings, the Pitti palace in this city houses some of the world's great paintings
    $800 19
This Washington, D.C. school is the only liberal arts college for the deaf in the U.S.
    $800 14
In 1956 Congress designated this our national motto
    $800 22
If you were Timon, you might hasten to leave this city
    $1000 8
Frederick Faust wrote "Destry Rides Again" & the "Dr. Kildare" series of books under this pseudonym
    $1000 26
1 of 3 states with museums devoted to Buffalo Bill Cody
    $1000 20
"Cosmos" author Carl Sagan is a professor of astronomy & space sciences at this eastern university
    $1000 15
With Congress in session, a President has this many days, excluding Sundays, to veto a bill, or it becomes law
    DD: $1,000 23
The last name of 1 of Shakespeare's most famous heroines, it's an anagram of "PALE CUT"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom John Sarah
$6,200 $3,500 $1,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 nations planning to build a 10-mile bridge between them to link Europe to Africa

Final scores:

Tom John Sarah
$7,001 $7,000 $2,400
3-day champion: $39,802 2nd place: Lehigh bedroom furniture + bed sheets from Norman's of Salisbury 3rd place: New Home sewing machine + Nintendo Entertainment System featuring Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune Family & Junior edition video games

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom John Sarah
$6,200 $3,500 $2,900
21 R,
1 W
15 R,
4 W
9 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $12,600

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Game tape date: 1989-06-19
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