Show #1169 - Thursday, October 5, 1989


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Hyim Goldstein, an entrepreneur originally from Louisville, Kentucky

Cathy Crino, a pastoral minister from Chicago, Illinois

Kerry Tymchuk, an attorney originally from Reedsport, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
In 1906 this young Indian lawyer began his 1st campaign of civil disobedience in South Africa
    $100 16
19 years before playing Maddie Hayes on TV's "Moonlighting", this actress was Miss Teenage Memphis
    $100 21
The main ingredient in meringues, it's also what makes a souffle puff up
    $100 1
NHL teams in this Canadian city have included the Arenas, the St. Pats & the Maple Leafs
    $100 25
Pearl Buck's parents were missionaries in this country where she grew up
    $100 11
If the Smothers Brothers' mother had a 3rd son named Harry, she could have called her 3 boys this
    $200 3
Famous ones of these in the 1950s included Needles, Middleground & Native Dancer
    $200 17
Of the 7 major Democratic presidential hopefuls in 1988, this Tenn. senator was the youngest
    $200 22
If your entree's been prepared "Allemande", it's been done in the manner of this country
    $200 4
Tempe, Arizona is the site of this annual college bowl game
    $200 27
F. Scott Fitzgerald was named for this famous relative, who had a "banner" reputation
    $200 12
"Men in Black", starring these masters of slapstick, was nominated for a 1934 Oscar
    $300 8
Jewish holiday on which Egypt & Syria attacked Israeli forces October 6, 1973
    $300 18
In February 1987 this former Tenn. senator replaced Donald T. Regan as White House chief of staff
    $300 23
They're thin pancakes flavored with curacao & mandarin orange juice
    $300 5
In 1975 M. Ali TKO'd Joe Frazier in the 14th round of what was billed as the "Thrilla in" this city
    $300 28
Quaker novelist Jessamyn West was a cousin of this U.S. president, who's also a Quaker
    $300 13
Though a folk group, they had a Top 10 hit singing "I Dig Rock and Roll Music"
    $400 9
In May 1987 a monument was unveiled near Lakehurst, N.J. commemorating this 1937 disaster
    $400 19
This country music superstar 1st crossed over into the pop Top 10 in 1977 with "Here You Come Again"
    $400 24
She wrote "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" with Simone Back & Louisette Bertholle
    $400 6
This Grand Slam event is played at Flushing Meadows, New York
    $400 29
"Lord Jim" author whose father, Apollo Korzeniowski, was a Polish poet
    $400 14
They were born in Eisenach, Bonn & Hamburg in the 17th, 18th & 19th centuries
    $500 10
He was made president of Indonesia for life in 1963, lost the title in 1967 & died in 1970
    $500 20
This author's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, "A Death in the Family", was set in his native Knoxville
    $500 26
These fungi have been called "the black diamonds of the kitchen"
    $500 7
In 1960 the Lakers basketball team moved from this Midwestern city to Los Angeles
    $500 30
His sister Christina Rossetti was also a poet & a model for pre-Raphaelite paintings
    DD: $600 15
Operetta in which you hear the following trio:

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

Kerry Cathy Hyim
$3,200 $800 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Cathy Hyim
$3,800 $3,100 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The Rogers Comm. determined that the Challenger explosion was caused by a failure of these rubber seals
    $200 14
The world's largest tropical rain forest is in this river basin
    $200 19
When Charles Revson founded this company in 1933, it was a nail enamel corporation
    $200 5
This spaniel is known for its ability to hunt woodcock, as you can tell from its name
    $200 13
You probably have one or more of these examples of bas-relief in your pocket or purse right now
    $200 10
Occupation of James Herriott, who wrote "All Creatures Great & Small"
    $400 2
In 1971 Apollo 15 astronauts David Scott & James Irwin were the 1st to use this battery-powered vehicle
    $400 15
They stretch for about 150 miles from Biscayne Bay into the Gulf of Mexico
    $400 20
Mary Ellen, not "MoM", suggests using "milk of" this as a facial mask
    $400 6
In the 19th century a British army officer saved this wolfhound, the tallest of all dogs, from extinction
    $400 24
The Florentines called it "The Giant" even though it was a statue of a giant-killer
    $400 11
The only gift of the biblical Magi that fits the category
    $600 3
The Apollo spacecraft was launched by this rocket which shares its name with a planet
    $600 16
Noted for its spawning eels, the Sargasso Sea is an oval-shaped area of this ocean
    $600 21
This "Angel"ic beauty is the celebrity spokeswoman for Max Factor
    $600 7
It's the state dog of Virginia -- Tallyho!
    $600 25
A statue of this goddess in the Parthenon was stolen piece by piece, probably for its gold & ivory
    $600 29
This lyre-shaped instrument played with hammers is most often seen in marching bands
    $800 4
In 1986 the Soviets launched this next generation space station whose name means "peace"
    $800 17
The highest point in Germany is Zugspitze in the Alps of this region
    $800 22
This type of make-up sounds like an Aunt Jemima treat, but you apply it with a sponge, not a spatula
    $800 8
It's the color of a Weimaraner's coat
    $800 26
This British modern sculptor used holes in his works to emphasize their 3-dimensional quality
    $800 28
Sir Kenneth Clark wrote & narrated this BBC series, shown on PBS in 1970
    $1000 12
On June 3, 1965 this Gemini 4 astronaut took a 20 minute space walk, the 1st American to do so
    $1000 18
This country's Serengeti National Park is bigger than Rhode Island & Delaware combined
    $1000 23
In 1965 this "War & Remembrance" actress marketed a line of cosmetics made from turtle oil
    $1000 9
Despite their small size, these Welsh dogs can herd swine, sheep & cattle
    DD: $1,200 27
Swiss sculptor with an Italian name who's famous for figures such as this:
    DD: $1,000 30
Word for anything very old, but especially anything that existed before the Great Flood

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Cathy Hyim
$4,000 $3,100 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll be back with a very old clue after this!)
In Greek mythology, he was the most famous son of Hypnos, the god of sleep

Final scores:

Kerry Cathy Hyim
$1,800 $100 $800
2-day champion: $12,001 + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! computer game 3rd place: Colortyme remote control cable model color TV + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! computer game 2nd place: Hotpoint range + Multi-Pure drinking water system + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! computer game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kerry Cathy Hyim
$3,900 $4,300 $4,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $13,000

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Game tape date: 1989-06-20
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