Show #1165 - Friday, September 29, 1989


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Dale Ragus, a real estate broker from New York City, New York

Dan Boehme, a real estate marketing agent originally from New Orleans, Louisiana

Norm Burger, a manufacturing operations specialist originally from Watertown, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $13,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Married name of Emily Price who wrote her etiquette when divorce left her broke
    $100 23
Brenden Sullivan, Jr. was the chief defense lawyer for this Iran-Contra figure
    $100 21
Lenny panics and accidentally kills Curley's wife while stroking her hair in this novel
    $100 11
In the cabinet the Dept. of Justice isn't headed by a secretary but by somebody holding this title
    $100 1
When a physician takes a mallet & whacks you on the knee, he's usually testing this
    $100 16
A middle-aged baseball fan sells his soul to the devil to become a young star player
    $200 7
Part of the constitution that begins "We the people of the United States"
    $200 24
Sergei Priakin, the 1st Soviet to play for an NHL team, was hired by this Alberta team in 1989
    $200 22
George Amberson Minifer is the leading character in this novel, the middle volume of a trilogy
    $200 12
If you die intestate you didn't leave one of these behind
    $200 2
This arm muscle with a long head & a short head flexes the forearm
    $200 17
A gambler wins a bet by taking a Salvation Army girl to Havana
    $300 8
A French copper coin called a picaillon is the root of this word that means "mean" or "petty"
    $300 25
The British film "Scandal" tells the story of her affair with John Profumo
    $300 29
By the end of this novel, Mr. Bumble is a pauper in the same workhouse where he once reigned supreme
    $300 13
A famous part of this U.S. code is its Chapter 11
    $300 3
In your ear you have a tympanic bone, a tympanic cavity & a tympanic one of these
    $300 18
Big business satire in which a window cleaner bluffs his way to Chairman of the Board
    $400 9
This first century Roman Proconsul of Judea presided over the trial of Jesus
    $400 26
Junk bond king who was earning about $550 million a year at Drexel Burnham Lambert before being indicted
    $400 28
He was mortally wounded while slaying a dragon, decades after he beheaded Grendel
    $400 14
Term for a minor who is legally in the care of a guardian
    DD: $500 4
Procedure in which a needle is inserted into the backbone to draw off some of the fluid inside
    $400 19
A Roman slave tries to buy his freedom by finding a courtesan for his master
    $500 10
Lavender, blue, yellow, white & red sandstone, marls & shale color this area of Northern Arizona
    $500 30
When this tanker ran aground in 1989, it caused the biggest oil spill in U.S. history
    $500 27
Southern author whose 3rd novel "Sartoris", was originally titled "Flags in the Dust"
    $500 15
Type of jury that conducts an inquest into the cause of death
    $500 5
Dislocate your hip & this bone is out of its joint
    $500 20
An elderly Irishman steals a leprechaun's crock of gold & plants it in America

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

Norm Dan Dale
$1,100 $1,700 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Norm Dan Dale
$1,700 $2,300 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
This 2nd cousin of John Adams signed the Declaration of Independence & led resistance to the Tea Act
    $200 1
This Vienna-born composer was best known for his collaboration with Alan Jay Lerner
    $200 12
This word is probably a blend of "ruction" & "rumpus"; an ornery person might raise one
    $200 2
"He stole those tarts" from the Queen of Hearts & "took them clean away"
    $200 25
The Meech Lake Accord of 1987 recognized this French-speaking province as a distinct society
    $200 7
The 1st woman to receive the Lowell Thomas Electronic Journalism Award was this "20/20" co-host
    $400 18
In 1989 a group of investors that included this president's son bought the Texas Rangers baseball team
    $400 21
A. Khachaturian wrote his "2nd Symphony" for the 25th anniversary of this country's 1917 revolution
    $400 13
Ballroom dance whose name comes from a Spanish word for "revelry", not from a type of liquor
    $400 3
"Wee Willie Winkie runs through the town, upstairs & downstairs in" this garment
    $400 26
The last battle of the French & Indian War was fought at Signal Hill near St. John's in this province
    $400 8
Well...God bless America; Reagan awarded this singer the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1982
    $600 19
A 1986 book by this presidential grandson chronicled his grandfather's WWII years
    $600 22
A trip to this country inspired Mendelssohn to write the "Hebrides Overture"
    $600 14
This name for a slender, lofty tower comes from the Arabic word for "lighthouse"
    $600 4
It follows "There was an old woman lived under a hill; and if she's not gone..."
    $600 27
The town of Antigonish in this province holds annual Highland Games
    $600 9
She became the 1st woman to win an Emmy for hosting a game show, for her "Just Men" series in 1983
    $800 20
This British actor was JFK's brother-in-law
    $800 23
This Polish composer's health began to deteriorate rapidly after he broke up with George Sand
    DD: $1,500 15
The Latin word for body gave us this adjective referring to a large, bulky one
    $800 5
This day's child "is loving and giving"
    $800 28
In a famous ballad, Robert Service told the tale of the shooting of this "Dangerous" Yukon desperado
    DD: $500 10
She won the 1973 Grammy for "Record of the Year" with the following song:
    $1000 24
Nancy Hanks was his mother's maiden name
    $1000 30
"Merry Widow" composer whose career was encouraged by Antonin Dvorak
    $1000 16
A fragrant unguent for the hair, so named because apples were once an ingredient
    $1000 6
"Ding, dong, bell, Pussy's in the well. Who put her in? Little Johnny Green. Who pulled her out?" He did.
    $1000 29
This national park in Alberta bears the 1st name of fur trader Hawes
    $1000 11
She won a 1986 Tony for her performance in "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Norm Dan Dale
$4,200 $6,400 $9,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the only world capital on the Tigris River

Final scores:

Norm Dan Dale
$1,200 $8,500 $12,801
3rd place: Gibson portable dishwasher 2nd place: Berkline Super Motion Wall-Away sofa + Sunset Southwestern smoke-finished table lamp New champion: $12,801

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Norm Dan Dale
$4,500 $5,600 $9,700
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
23 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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Game tape date: 1989-06-19
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