Show #1171 - Monday, October 9, 1989


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Mike Donnely, a U.S. Air Force officer from Tokyo, Japan

Frank Stanonik, a locomotive engineer from Chesterland, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,400)

Kerry Tymchuk, an attorney originally from Reedsport, Oregon (whose 3-day cash winnings total $22,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
Hey, Daddy-O, 1 of these, about 4,000 years old, was found in 1989 at the Great Pyramid of Cheops
    $100 22
As a toddler, JFK Jr. was widely known by this nickname
    $100 17
The basic motion that propels you across the ice, it sounds like a movement in swimming
    $100 16
You'll find these animals "on the concourse" in Madison during Dairy Month in June
    $100 1
In names of magazines this word follows science, soap opera & writer's
    $100 6
His TV theme song mentioned all those "Z"s he carved with his blade but not his moustache
    DD: $800 9
This mid-Atlantic state's Super-7 lottery was the 1st in the U.S. to hit $100 million
    $200 23
A disease of the peripheral nerves caused by a vitamin B1 deficiency
    $200 18
Baraboo, the former winter home of this company, is home to a circus museum
    $200 2
The slogan for Chocolatier Magazine is "When" this course "comes first"
    $200 7
Of the 3 men who starred in "3 Men & a Baby", the one who wore a moustache
    $300 10
Some newspapers said reporters compromised objectivity by marching in D.C. in April 1989 over this issue
    $300 24
Selling over 150,000 copies on the 1st day of its release, it became the only No. 1 hit for The Mamas & the Papas
    $300 19
The city that's home to Wisconsin's National Football League franchise
    $300 3
Powder isn't a magazine for make-up artists, it's for these people
    $300 13
This moustached man plays the strikingly handsome TV detective "B.L. Stryker"
    $400 11
Until this man was sworn in as Defense Secretary, Wm. Howard Taft IV was Acting Secretary
    $400 25
Mary Martin & Robert Preston starred in this musical based on "The Fourposter"
    $400 28
In this Olympic event, the man isn't allowed to lift his female partner higher than his shoulders
    $400 20
The Experimental Aircraft Assn. holds an annual fly-in in this city, by gosh
    $400 4
Also known by its initials, BBW, it's "The world's first fashion magazine for the full-size woman
    $400 14
He hated shaving his moustache to play Fletcher Christian in 1935, but he got an Oscar nomination
    $500 12
Son of Estee, this heir to the cosmetics fortune ran for mayor of NYC in 1989
    $500 26
In a song, it precedes "I've been thinking what a grand world it would be"
    $500 27
Jayne Torvill was once reportedly in love with this man, her skating partner
    $500 21
Animal found on the state flag & seal, its scientific name is Taxidea taxus
    $500 5
In 1945 George H. Johnson launched this "Life"-like magazine aimed at a black audience
    $500 15
In movie titles, this villain's name follows "The Face of" & "The Mask of" but not "The Moustache of"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Kerry Frank Mike
$1,600 $500 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Frank Mike
$4,300 $1,000 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
The 21st amendment is the only one to do this to another amendment
    $200 1
Its original title was "Alice Under Ground"
    $200 2
These sisters were nominated for "Best Actress" in 1967, 1 for "Morgan" & 1 for "Georgy Girl"
    $200 25
The Italian title of Mozart's opera about the legend of Don Juan
    $200 4
Dedicated on November 13, 1982, this Washington, D.C. memorial has 58, 132 names on it
    $200 15
The film suggests you paint yours: Emerson suggested you hitch it to a star
    $400 11
Edmond Randolph's Virginia plan called for representation in Congress to be based on this
    $400 24
The pen name she adopted was in honor of her long-time friend George Henry Lewes
    $400 3
The Academy apologized to the Walt Disney Co. for using this character in the 1989 show w/o permission
    $400 27
Haydn's Symphony No. 83 is called "The Hen" from its "clucking", & No. 101 is called this from its "ticking"
    $400 5
In the 1880s Egypt gave this 69-foot-tall obelisk to the U.S. & it now stands in NYC's Central Park
    $400 16
A stinging insect, or an acronym for certain Christians of English ancestry
    $600 12
According to Art. 1, Sect. 7 of the constitution, all bills dealing with this must originate in the House
    $600 26
His character, Mowgli, 1st appeared in a book called "Many Intentions"
    $600 7
In 1989 he showed up to present for short films wearing the same dress as Carrie Fisher
    $600 6
In 1982 it became the only active volcano to be declared a national monument
    DD: $1,300 17
How Dion describes himself in this song that hit No. 2 in 1962:
    $800 13
Proposed in 1947, the 22nd amendment to 2 terms but exempted him
    $800 28
His lesser-known Christmas stories include "The Chimes" & "The Cricket on the Hearth"
    $800 8
Oddly, he was nominated for both "Best Actor" & ""Best Supporting Actor" for "Going My Way"
    $800 22
After seeing a performance of "Aida" in Pisa, he turned to composing operas, "Tosca" among them
    DD: $2,250 20
1 of 2 black Americans whose birthplaces in Virginia & Missouri are designated national monuments
    $800 18
From old Norse, "Ves Heill", be well & in good health, it's a spiced wine or the bowl that holds it
    $1000 14
The only state not represented at the convention, it was the last of the original 13 to ratify
    $1000 9
This Englishwoman won an Oscar for playing an Oscar loser in "California Suite"
    $1000 23
All together this Wagner work runs about 18 hours
    $1000 21
In "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" the aliens used this Wyoming national monument as a landing site
    $1000 19
Decorative paneling that covers the lower portion of an interior wall, it's usually made of wood

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Frank Mike
$12,000 $1,200 $1,650
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Pennsylvania City named for the home of William Penn's ancestors; its name is found on a Monopoly board

Final scores:

Kerry Frank Mike
$8,000 $2,400 $3,299
4-day champion: $30,401 3rd place: a Frederick Ramond chandelier + a complete Nintendo Entertainment system featuring the Family & Junior Editions of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune 2nd place: a Tappan refrigerator + a set of Krups kitchen appliances

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kerry Frank Mike
$10,700 $1,200 $3,900
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
8 R,
3 W
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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Game tape date: 1989-06-21
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