Show #1015 - Friday, January 20, 1989

Brian Wangsgard game 1.


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Brian Wangsgard, a senior marketing representative from Redlands, California

Chris Keyser, a writer originally from New York

Michael Herman, an arts management consultant originally from Houston, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $12,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
If you want to hard-boil this bird's egg, set your timer for about 2 hours
    $100 16
In 1961 this Ohio city was chosen as the site for the Pro Football Hall of Fame
    $100 25
Of short, long or just about anything, the 1 that's the "in" skirt length according to Paris
    $100 1
New Jerseyites disguised as Indians burned this, unlike the Bostonians who dumped it in the harbor
    $100 6
A top race car driver, he also raced to the top of the charts with "El Paso" in 1959
    $100 11
This ring buoy personal flotation device can prevent drowning; the candy of the same name can't
    $200 20
Pollen grains are made in the anther of this, the male part of a flower
    $200 18
Christy Mathewson, a fullback for the Pittsburgh Stars in 1902, is better known as a star in this sport
    $200 27
Neoprene is the newest fabric for female swimwear, tho it's long been used in this other water wear
    $200 2
By the time this country fought in our revolution, it was already at war with Britain
    $200 7
Though she's had 4 divorces, her 1968 "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" was the biggest one
    $200 12
His preserved body lies in a glass casket that's viewed by 1000s each day in Moscow
    $300 22
It's an alloy that contains 7.5% copper & 92.5% silver
    $300 19
NFL team which plays its home games in suburban Orchard Park, New York
    $300 28
If you're wearing British Knights, you're wearing a new brand of this type of shoe
    $300 3
He was the losing general in the Battles of Long Island & White Plains
    $300 8
"Accidental" nickname of Billy Craddock who's often called "Mr. Country Rock"
    DD: $1,000 13
Oath that includes the line "I will give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked"
    $400 23
1 of the 1st devices used to store an electric charge, this jar was named for a Dutch city
    $400 21
Spanning 4 decades, the career of this former Oakland QB was the longest in pro football
    $400 29
With discovery of America & its riches, this country replaced Italy as Europe's fashion center
    $400 4
The 1st American act of aggression was the capture of this fort by 100 of Ethan Allen's "Boys"
    $400 9
If you ask him how long he plans to be on top of country music, he might say, "Forever & Ever, Amen"
    $400 14
1988 Bruce Willis film with the line "Would you like to go for D.J. where the scores can really change?"
    $500 24
This steel-making process involved blowing air through molten iron to oxidize impurities
    $500 26
1 of the original members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame
    $500 30
Named for the baggage used, these road shows give customers 1st crack at a designer's line
    $500 5
The military post which Benedict Arnold planned to betray to the British
    $500 10
Singer/songwriter Rodney Crowell married "money" when he married this successful singer
    $500 15
"On the Feelings of" this "In Youth", William Hazlitt wrote, "No young man believes he shall ever die"

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

Michael Chris Brian
$3,500 $400 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Chris Brian
$4,500 $500 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In 1907 he escaped from chains after being underneath in San Francisco Bay for 2 min.
    $200 1
She played her own mother in the TV movie "Side By Side": The True Story of the Osmond Family"
    $200 8
99% of Egypt's people live along the Suez Canal, the Mediterranean or this body of water
    $200 10
The shortest flight you can take on American Airlines goes from Ft. Lauderdale to this nearby city
    $200 25
He was a poet & a playwright as well as a Victorian minister
    $200 12
Originally a nickname for Robert, a "dobbin" is 1 of these animals
    $400 6
1987 Current Biography listed this helicopter pilot's address as "Buckingham Palace, London SW 1, England"
    $400 3
In this movie musical, Eva Gabor was Louis Jourdan's mistress before he fell for Leslie Caron
    $400 9
Egypt became a republic in 1953 after army officers forced this king to give up the throne
    $400 16
In August 1988 the USSR freed Mathias Rust who had landed his plane here in 1987
    $400 26
In "Tales of a Wayside Inn", he wrote about "Ships that pass in the night"
    $400 13
An intense feeling of repugnance & fear, or the genre of film that makes you experience it
    $600 11
Watergate Judge John Sirica was once a friend of this controversial Wisconsin senator
    $600 4
Karen Allen said she spent 2 weeks in a pit with thousands of snakes to make this 1981 adventure film
    DD: $1,000 19
1 of 3 men who each built one of the pyramids of Giza
    $600 21
Technical name for the main body of a plane to which the wings & tail are attached
    $600 27
This poet's great 14th century masterpiece helped establish Italian as a national language
    $600 14
This verb can refer too preparing sodas or drying strips of meat
    DD: $1,500 17
In 1949 this Gen. resigned as Sec'y of State but returned to the cabinet the next year as Sec'y of Defense
    $800 5
In the 1953 film that won her an Oscar, Audrey Hepburn was on vacation in this city
    $800 24
According to World Book, this part of Egypt is in Asia
    $800 22
This city is planning to build a new airport to replace Stapleton
    $800 28
This poet known for his odes was only 25 when he died of tuberculosis in 1821
    $800 15
From the Latin "fuscare", to darken, this verb means to confuse or make obscure
    $1000 18
In 1962 he resigned as head of American Motors to successfully run for governor of Mich.
    $1000 7
She was one of "The Witches of Eastwick" before she was "Married to the Mob"
    $1000 30
A popular way to see Cairo by night is to rent a felucca, which is this, & ask for one with a BBQ
    $1000 23
In 1927 Lindbergh ended his historic 33 1/2 hour flight at this field near Paris
    $1000 29
As a soldier he used alias Silas Tomkyn Comberbache, so he didn't have to change his monogram
    $1000 20
From the Turkish word for room "odah", it's a female slave or concubine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Chris Brian
$9,300 $1,300 $11,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This state's current license plate has a biplane pictured on it

Final scores:

Michael Chris Brian
$18,600 $2,599 $19,400
2nd place: trip on Eastern to St. Martin & Windjammer Barefoot Cruises cruise 3rd place: Dykstra glass grandfather clock New champion: $19,400

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michael Chris Brian
$8,600 $1,300 $10,300
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
4 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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Game tape date: 1988-10-11
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