Show #1179 - Thursday, October 19, 1989


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Pam Browning, a writer originally from West Palm Beach, Florida

Craig Chambers, a manager from Holliston, Massachusetts

Charley Horan, a photographic representative from Manhattan Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1950s
    $100 6
This tubby comedian, who made 36 films with partner Bud Abbott, died on March 3, 1959
    $100 15
Squanto, an Algonquian, is supposed to have taught the white man how to plant this -- amazing
    $100 11
"Gone with the Wind"'s Rhett Butler was a profiteer from this South Carolina port city
    $100 19
The Sherlock Holmes of dogdom, his name comes from the fact that his bloodlines are very pure
    $100 20
If you win a Nobel Prize & turn it down, you can claim the gold medal later, but you lose this
    $100 1
In a 1966 hit, Bobby Darin wondered what it would be like if he were this type of woodworker
    $200 7
In '58 this former First Lady was voted most admired woman in the U.S. for the 11th year in a row
    $200 16
The main purpose of the Hopi snake dance is to ask for this
    $200 12
In Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter", Hester Prynne did her sinning in this Puritan city
    $200 21
Called "sacred lion dog" in China, one of the 1st taken abroad was given to Queen Victoria
    DD: $300 26
The only Nobel Prize that can be awarded to an institution rather than a person or persons
    $200 2
The symbol on the cans of this brand of paint wears wooden shoes
    $300 8
On October 3, 1952 this Eve Arden sitcom began a 4-year run on TV
    $300 18
It was a Mohawk leader named Hiawatha who put together this 5-nation league
    $300 13
Tom Sawyer & Huck Finn's hometown, St. Petersburg, was based on this Missouri city
    $300 22
Popularized by returning U.S. WWI troops, they were formerly known as "police dogs"
    $300 27
The prizes are awarded by 3 institutions in Sweden & 1 in this country
    $300 3
A device trailed from a ship to determine its speed, or a record of the ship's voyages
    $400 9
In this No. 1 hit, Frankie Avalon asked her, "If you will, please send a little girl for me to thrill"
    $400 25
Pueblo homes are built of sun-dried bricks called this
    $400 14
James Joyce's "Ulysses" takes place on June 16, 1904 in this city
    $400 23
As working dogs, malamutes & samoyeds commonly pull these
    $400 29
The 1st Nobel Prize in Physics was given to W.M. Roentgen in 1901 for his discovery of these
    $400 4
Phrase meaning "a selfish aim", a lumberjack with a dull blade also has one
    $500 10
In summer 1957 the U.S. began operating the Distant Early Warning, or DEW Line, together with this country
    $500 28
Today no one is allowed to day hike in the Canyon de Chelly in Arizona without this tribe's permission
    $500 17
"Tom Brown's School Days" were spent at a British prep school in this town
    $500 24
Considered the fastest dog for his weight, he looks like a miniature greyhound
    $500 30
The newest Nobel Prize, 1st awarded in 1969, is the prize given for this
    $500 5
Arkansas' state tree; it's in the name of the state's 4th largest city, & we're not bluffing

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Charley Craig Pam
$200 $1,700 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charley Craig Pam
$1,200 $2,400 $3,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 23
Only during the 1870s did Mississippi have governors belonging to this political party
    $200 18
It's a note that's double the length of a quarter note
    $200 11
The Legionnaires, after whom Legionnaires' disease was named, belonged to this legion
    $200 12
In "North by Northwest", this director made a cameo appearance as a man who misses a bus
    $200 2
This device, which produces an intense beam of light, comes in ruby, liquid & gas types
    $200 1
Though it went only to No. 2, it's Bruce Springsteen's biggest hit to date
    $400 24
The state bird; it belongs to the family of mimic thrushes & is famous for mimicking other birds
    $400 19
Chopin's works were almost all written for this instrument
    $400 14
For the Comic Relief charity in England, millions of people donned these, making them clownish
    $400 13
This director's Oscar for "2001: A Space Odyssey" was for special effects, not for directing or writing
    $400 3
To get different colors, pass a white light through a wedge-shaped glass object called this
    $400 4
In 1844 James K. Polk was the 1st of this type of candidate to win the presidency
    $600 25
This 1st European to set foot in Mississippi was buried in the Mississippi River in 1542
    DD: $1,000 20
Vaughan Williams' opera "Sir John in Love" is based on this Shakespeare play
    $600 15
Japan withdrew from it in 1933 because this group refused to recognize Japan's conquest of Manchuria
    $600 28
In "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock", this actor was easy to find; he was in the director's chair
    $600 6
Many credit cards now have these 3-D images on them to prevent counterfeiting of the cards
    $600 5
He's the 1st man to have managed both A.L. & N.L. squads in the All-Star Game
    $800 26
In 1801 the U.S. Army began building this 450-mile roadway from Nashville to Natchez
    $800 21
This music & dance style originated in Jamaica & was popularized by Bob Marley
    $800 16
The FFA are Future Farmers of America, & the FHA are Future these "of America"
    DD: $1,000 29
Robert Redford won his directing Oscar for this 1980 film
    $800 7
It's the science that deals with the behavior of light
    $800 9
The motto of The Christophers is "It is better to light 1 candle than to" do this
    $1000 27
This city, the state's 2nd largest, calls itself the "Shrimp Capital of the Nation"
    $1000 22
From "Iolanthe" on, their operettas are known as the "Savoy Operas" after their home theatre
    $1000 17
It was est. in 1910 by black & white social workers to help rural Southerners adjust to city life
    $1000 30
He not only directed the "Pink Panther" films, he co-wrote them as well
    $1000 8
Light bulb cartons indicate the amount of light the bulbs give off, measured in units called these
    $1000 10
This TV soap opera of the late 1960s featured a 175-year-old vampire named Barnabas Collins

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charley Craig Pam
$8,600 $6,600 $3,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Between 1700 & the present all the kings of England have been named George, Edward or this

Final scores:

Charley Craig Pam
$4,000 $0 $11
2-day champion: $15,601 + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! computer game 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen his & her watches + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! computer game 2nd place: Clothing from the Greif Companies + A Tisket A Tasket gift baskets for a year + either the Jeopardy! box game or the Jeopardy! computer game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Charley Craig Pam
$8,400 $6,500 $4,900
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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Game tape date: 1989-06-26
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