Show #1174 - Thursday, October 12, 1989


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Stacie Macias, a homemaker from Lake Elsinore, California

John Meyer, a songwriter originally from New York City

Liza Taylor, a novelist originally from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
The archbishops of Canterbury & York & 24 bishops are members of this house of Parliament
    $100 5
As Fanny Brice, Barbra Streisand won an Oscar for 1968's "Funny Girl" but not for this sequel 7 years later
    $100 1
The piece of furniture mentioned in "Rock-a-bye Baby"
    $100 26
The NFL team with the worst overall record gets 1st choice in this the next year
    $100 21
World Book warns that a soft-shelled turtle can do this with lightning speed
    $100 16
A porcelain or plastic porker with a slot in its back
    $200 11
The nation's most prestigious financial institution, it's known as "The Old Lady of Threadneedle St."
    $200 8
Clint Eastwood again played Dirty Harry in this 1973 sequel named for a .357 caliber weapon
    $200 2
She was the 1st First Lady to have a chair & a sewing table named for her
    $200 27
For an ABC special, this U.S. 1988 Olympic gold medalist skated on a glacier
    $200 25
To fit in with their surroundings, many tree frogs have the ability to do this
    $200 20
A slip-on shoe with a slot for a coin in the vamp
    $300 10
This privateer grew up on an abandoned ship on the River Medway with his dad, mum & 11 brothers
    $300 4
Legal position sought by "The Shaggy Dog" in the sequel
    $300 3
A long seat designed for 2 or more people, it replaced the "settle" & its name differs by just 1 letter
    $300 28
Soviet teams that play U.S. teams in this winter sport include the Soviet Red Army & Dynamo Riga
    $300 24
The dusky salamander must keep its skin moist to absorb oxygen since it lacks these organs
    $300 19
On July 16, 1935 these were 1st installed on the streets of Tulsa, Oklahoma
    $400 12
What you would call a Mr. "Cholmoundley" if you wanted to pronounce his name correctly
    $400 6
In this 1952 follow-up to "Bedtime for Bonzo", "Bonzo Goes" here without Ronald Reagan
    $400 15
The French word for a large, movable wardrobe originally used to store arms
    $400 29
For every Belmont, Preakness & Kentucky Derby jockey since 1930, it's been 126
    $400 22
If you run into a mugger in India, you've met up with this type of big reptile
    $400 18
Inserting a coin in a fruit machine in England is the equivalent of doing this in the U.S.
    DD: $500 13
To placate this king, Cardinal Wolsey gave him the palace at Hampton Court
    $500 7
This, not "The Return of the Pink Panther", was the 1st sequel to "The Pink Panther"
    $500 14
An elaborate gentleman's dressing table was named for this 19th century dandy
    $500 23
The cottonmouth, a swamp-dwelling snake, is also known by this name that sounds like beach footwear
    $500 17
The Greeks put a coin in the mouth of the dead so they could pay the fare for his boat ride

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

Liza John Stacie
$300 $500 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liza John Stacie
$2,400 $1,400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
The term for these beauty preparations is derived from the Greek "kosmos", meaning order
    $200 7
This chain of Alaskan islands separates the Bering Sea & the Pacific Ocean
    $200 15
All of the titles of Erle Stanley Gardner's stories about him begin with "The Case of the..."
    $200 2
The TKTS stand in this famous Broadway square sells half-price tickets to Broadway shows
    $400 19
Originating in Swedish pagan harvest feasts, it means "sandwich table"
    $400 8
This river links the Sea of Galilee & the Dead Sea
    $400 3
1902 Arthur Conan Doyle story that was set on the moors in the county of Devon
    DD: $1,000 12
1 of the longest-running shows of all time, it gave us the following song:

"Summer lovin', had me a blast/Summer lovin', happened so fast..."
    $400 21
1946 marked his 16th year as N.Y. Yankees manager, while this Wisconsinite ran for the Senate
    $600 18
An unusually large person, animal or thing, from the name of the elephant exhibited by P.T. Barnum
    $600 9
In 1961, after Trujillo was assassinated, the Dominican Republic changed Ciudad Trujillo back to this
    DD: $600 4
"Out of Africa" was based on Isak Dinesen's life as a coffee plantation owner in this country
    $600 26
In 1804 justice Samuel Chase was impeached for statements made against this president's administration
    $600 1
Of all of Irving Berlin's musicals, this pistol-packin' one ran the longest on Broadway
    $600 22
Sculptor known for his life-size figures, or the actor who played the hapless son in "Where's Poppa?"
    $800 17
The Spanish named these natives of Peru after their word for their king
    $800 10
Though half of Tyrol is now part of Italy, before WWI all of it belonged to this country
    $800 5
The TV miniseries "The Thorn Birds" was based on this Australian author's best seller
    $800 27
In 1920 future justice F. Frankfurter helped found this organization that champions civil rights
    $800 13
This restaurant at 234 W. 44th St. is famous for opening night parties
    $800 23
The founder of modern economics, or the pen name of George Goodman, author of "The Money Game"
    $1000 16
This word sometimes used for whales is late Latin & came from the Hebrew bible
    $1000 11
The Phoenicians founded this capital of Sicily over 2,500 years ago
    $1000 6
Edith Wharton tragedy about a New England farmer with a nagging wife & a sweet young paramour
    $1000 25
The ruling in his favor read "...the person must be warned that he has the right to remain silent"
    $1000 14
In 1960 a theater on 47th Street was named for this New York Times drama critic
    $1000 24
In 1912 he was 1st Lord of the Admiralty while this man was running for N.H. governor

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liza John Stacie
$7,400 $3,000 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

When the "Star-Spangled Banner" was written, this man was president of the U.S.

Final scores:

Liza John Stacie
$8,700 $500 $14,800
2nd place: Trip to Acapulco, Mexico + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! computer game 3rd place: Vita-Vac vacuum by Vita-Mix + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! computer game New champion: $14,800 + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! computer game

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Liza John Stacie
$7,400 $3,000 $7,800
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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Game tape date: 1989-06-21
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