Show #1167 - Tuesday, October 3, 1989


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Tom Neven, an editor from Wayne, New Jersey

Gerry Sullivan, a teacher from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

Dale Ragus, a real estate broker from New York City, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
Noted for producing this food, Tuscarawas County is called "Little Switzerland"
    $100 2
Jesus told Peter, "Enter not into temptation; the spirit indeed is willing, but" this "is weak"
    $100 24
Type of jewelry needed by men who wear French cuffs
    $100 1
Included in this group of museums & galleries is the Gregorian Etruscan Museum begun by Pope Gregory XVI
    $100 16
In "Kid Galahad", Elvis played an ex-serviceman who took up this professional sport
    $100 21
Word of recent coinage that means "showy glitter", or a the title of a 1985 best seller by Elmore Leonard
    $200 12
If this state insect is insulted, she just might "fly away home"
    $200 3
The original Ten Commandments weren't written with a BIC but with his finger
    $200 26
It was the footwear recommended for the black tie Bush inaugural gala sponsored by Texas
    $200 4
The Gunfighter's Wax Museum is located in this Kansas town where TV's "Gunsmoke" took place"
    DD: $500 17
1964 movie musical where Elvis sang the following:

"Bright light city gonna set my soul / Set my soul on fire / Got a whole lot of money that's ready to burn / So get those stakes up higher..."
    $200 22
Nickname of Geraldine's running mate in 1984
    $300 13
The only 1 of the Great Lakes bordering Ohio
    $300 5
Leviticus 13:45 says to go about crying "unclean" if one has the disease commonly translated as this
    $300 28
In March 1989 Bloomingdale's presented H.O.G. night to display clothes with this motorcycle insignia
    $300 6
This NYC art museum has acquired over 1,000 musical instruments since 1980
    $300 18
1 of 2 Elvis films that refer to the Aloha State in their titles
    $300 23
The British House of Commons was destroyed in this 9-month WWII attack
    $400 14
Only major city in Ohio that's named after a city in Spain
    $400 7
According to Revelation, it's the number of the beast with 2 horns
    $400 29
Men's shirts come in sizes like 15 ½/34, based on measurements of these 2 body parts
    $400 10
This museum that Prince Albert helped found recently asked 9 curators to resign in a reorganization
    $400 19
The working title of this 1956 Elvis film, Elvis' 1st, was "The Reno Brothers"
    $400 25
Jimmy Carter, Katharine Hepburn & Princess Anne all studied foreign languages via its method
    $500 15
The metropolitan area of Cincinnati extends into these 2 neighboring states
    $500 8
On his way to trial in Rome, this Apostle was shipwrecked & lived on an island for 3 months
    $500 11
Department store magnate who helped to start the Chicago Museum of Natural History
    $500 20
Shortly after being discharged from the Army, Elvis was back in uniform again in this 1960 film
    $500 27
Legendary Russian-born pianist who married Arturo Toscanini's daughter Wanda in 1933

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

Dale Gerry Tom
$500 $300 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dale Gerry Tom
$1,400 $1,000 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
Kipling poem that includes the line "Din! Din! Din!"
    $200 11
His "Lake Wobegon Days" album won a Grammy in 1988 for "Best Spoken Word Recording"
    $200 12
Alphabetically this flower follows "dahlia" in the dictionary; give me your answer do
    $200 26
Caruso's accompanist for some concerts was this bandleader who was once married to Charo
    $200 1
U.N. guides must be able to speak at least 2 languages & this must be 1 of them
    $200 6
Hearing he was "The Wizard of Menlo Park" should turn on a light in your mind
    $400 22
While looking at this piece of pottery, Keats concluded, "Beauty is truth, truth beauty"
    $400 16
A 1985 Peabody award was given to this presenter of the "Live Aid" concerts
    $400 13
From the Greek "Geranos", crane, this flower was named for its fruit's resemblance to a crane's bill
    $400 27
"The Magic Flute" takes place in this ancient Egyptian city, not in Tennessee
    $400 2
Since its adoption it's only been amended 3 times
    $400 7
The munchkins looked up to him, but then they looked up to everybody
    $600 23
John Donne asked "Death, be not" this
    $600 17
These 2 creators of Yogi Bear & The Flintstones received the TV Governors award in 1988
    $600 14
A weed with lacy white flowers named for an English monarch
    $600 28
Aida, the slave, was actually the daughter of Amonasro, the king of this country
    $600 3
The delegate from this African nation sits between the delegates from Suriname & Sweden
    $600 8
Known for his complicated cartoon machines that performed simple tasks, he was the wiz of wacky inventions
    DD: $1,300 24
Alexander Pope wrote, "Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian Spring", because a little learning's this
    $800 18
The only American nominated for the "Best Actor" Oscar for 1983, he won it for "Tender Mercies"
    $800 15
The annual April Azalea Festival is a tourist attraction in Wilmington in this state, not Delaware
    $800 4
The United States did this for the first time on March 17, 1970
    $800 9
This Canadian actor-singer-talk show host created the game show "The Wizard of Odds"
    $1000 25
In other words, the title of this Yeats classic could be "Cruising to Istanbul"
    $1000 20
In 1983 this actor won a Drama Desk award & a Tony for his performance in "Torch Song Trilogy"
    $1000 19
1 of the 4 main parts of a flower, its main function is to attract insects
    $1000 5
In 1965 this large Asian island country became the only one to quit the U.N., & it rejoined 2 years later
    $1000 10
Noted for his lavish dance numbers, this 1930s film director was called "The Wizard of the Chorus Line"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dale Gerry Tom
$400 $6,300 $7,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the only letter not used in the spelling of the 50 states

Final scores:

Dale Gerry Tom
$100 $801 $12,601
3rd place: The Motion Picture Guide 12-volume collection from Cinebooks+ either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! scorekeeper 2nd place: Profile vertical blinds + Joan Roulet 18K gold clock + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! scorekeeper New champion: $12,601 + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! scorekeeper

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dale Gerry Tom
$400 $6,300 $7,500
9 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
26 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $14,200

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Game tape date: 1989-06-20
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