Show #1016 - Monday, January 23, 1989

Brian Wangsgard game 2.


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Dave Schneider, a fundraising activities manager from Heidelberg, Germany

Cathy Smith, an executive secretary from Ventura, California

Brian Wangsgard, a senior marketing representative from Redlands, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

'60s SONGS
    $100 4
In 1986 this Mass. senator said, "I don't mind not being president. I just mind that someone else is"
    $100 22
Fats Domino's biggest hit in the '60s was this one about hoofing it to a southern city
    $100 12
"Good Night, Mrs. Calabash" & "Schnozzola"
    $100 1
St. Petersburg's "twin city"; it was named for the bay which was named for an Indian village
    $100 9
This candy, introduced in the U.S. in 1940, was available in London for the 1st time in 1988
    $100 16
The name of this salad comes from the Dutch for "cabbage salad"
    $200 5
In '20, long before he became P.M., he said, "In war you can only be killed once, but in politics many times"
    $200 27
"She walks like an angel walks, talks like an angel my mind, she's" this
    $200 23
"Rainbow" & "The Other Side of the Rainbow"
    $200 2
This Wisconsin city was established in 1836 & named for the ex-president who died that year
    $200 10
A Dewar's profile of Kris Kringle listed him as both president & this of World Gift Distribution Network
    $200 17
Many molded salads depend on this basic ingredient to hold their shape
    $300 6
Charles Dudley Warner, who once wrote a book with Mark Twain, said "Politics makes" these
    $300 28
"You look like an angel, walk like an angel, talk like an angel, but I got wise, you're" this
    $300 24
"The 'It' Girl"
    $300 3
The Dallas Cowboys play their home games in this city
    $300 11
Despite what the 3 letters stand for, this Ford model has been around for over 20 years
    $300 18
The German version of this popular salad contains bacon & vinegar & is often served hot
    $400 7
This president compared herself to "A crusading housewife let loose in a den of...thieves"
    $400 29
It's what The Who could do for "miles & miles & miles & miles & miles"
    DD: $2,100 25
Referring to one of his most famous lines, a book about him is subtitled "The Only Contender"
    $400 14
This North Carolina city celebrated the 75th anniversary of its hyphen in 1988
    $400 13
The 1st person singular pronoun in the nominative case
    $400 19
Used to season salads, a "chapon" is a dry crust of bread rubbed with this
    $500 8
Henry Kissinger called it "the great aphrodisiac"
    $500 30
Marty Robbins visited her cantina "out in the West Texas town of El Paso"
    $500 26
"Mrs. Howard Hughes" is a biography of this "Viva Zapata!" co-star, not Terry Moore
    $500 15
Only city whose name appears on the state seal of California; it's the state motto
    $500 21
3 letter abbreviation of the Latin phrase meaning "which was to be demonstrated"
    $500 20
This salad dressing was named for a region shared by New York state & Ontario

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

Brian Cathy Dave
$1,100 $700 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Cathy Dave
$2,200 -$100 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
As an observer, this CBS correspondent flew 25 combat missions "Person to Person"
    $200 24
In 1909 Sweden's Selma Lagerlof became the 1st woman to win this award for Literature
    $200 20
The actual color of most white Zinfandel wines
    $200 15
He's the main subject in Raphael's "The Transfiguration"
    $200 10
To share in the toll income from the Bosporus Bridge, you can buy bonds issued by this country
    $200 1
A hand injury kept Frank Sinatra from playing this role, so Clint Eastwood copped it
    $400 5
Belgian colony that was a source of strategic metals & industrial diamonds for the Allied effort
    $400 25
Edna St. Vincent Millay was arrested for her vigil the night this pair was executed in 1927
    $400 21
Some cheaper grades of champagne sparkle because this gas has been added
    $400 16
Perfected in 16th century Europe, this art process uses a corrosive acid on metal plates
    $400 11
Playwright who in 1955 described "A View From The Bridge"
    $400 2
Though "Never Cry Wolf" was produced by this studio, Charles M. Smith ate mice in it anyway
    $600 6
Fog & mist which grounded Allied planes helped this massive German assault in December 1944
    $600 26
Probably America's best known 19th c. female poet, she was dubbed the "Moth of Amherst"
    DD: $100 22
Bananas Caribe is prepared with this potent potable
    DD: $1,000 17
In "Liberty Leading the People", Liberty carries the flag of this country
    $600 12
3 bridges link this NYC borough with New Jersey while only 1 connects it with the rest of the city
    $600 3
Doris Day was offered this role in "The Graduate" but turned it down because of the love scenes
    $800 7
On February 13 & 14, 1945 over 600,000 bombs destroyed this German city
    $800 27
Anais Nin is famous for writing volumes of these, the 1st of which was published in 1966
    $800 28
Friendly name for liqueurs
    $800 18
During the Renaissance, Della Robbia's workshops specialized in this type of earthenware
    $800 13
After a revolution, this country's Salazar Bridge was renamed Ponte 25 de Abril
    $800 4
The person who played the title role in the 1971 film "Klute"
    $1000 8
History's 1st carrier vs. carrier battle was this one, named for a sea off Australia
    $1000 30
Headmistress of a girl's school, she gained fame for writing "The Greek Way" at age 62
    $1000 29
Percentage of alcohol in 190 proof liquor
    $1000 19
While the deaf Beethoven was composing, this deaf Spanish artist was painting the Bulls of Bordeaux
    $1000 14
The 3 longest bridges of this unusual type in the U.S. are all in the state of Wasington
    $1000 23
Romantic comedy in which kooky Audrey Hepburn was secretly married to Buddy Ebsen & had a cat named Cat

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Cathy Dave
$6,800 $1,400 $6,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Chemical formula for the most abundant molecule found in the human body

Final scores:

Brian Cathy Dave
$12,199 $1,400 $9,100
2-day champion: $31,599 3rd place: Gibson side-by-side refrigerator-freezer 2nd place: Royal Anne dining furniture by Keller & Burlington House draperies

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brian Cathy Dave
$7,800 $4,000 $6,000
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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Game tape date: 1988-10-31
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