Show #1051 - Monday, March 13, 1989


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Dave Boyd, a patient unit clerk from Galesburg, Illinois

Susan Baker, a sales manager originally from Illinois

Paul Mathless, an editor from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
This city is situated at the junction of the Anacostia & Potomac Rivers
    $100 4
Latin for "treasure", it's a treasure-trove of related words for a writer to use
    $100 12
She was an exotic dancer as well a German spy in World War I
    $100 1
During a fox hunt, the "whippers-in" keep these together
    $100 5
1st of Frankie & Annette's "Beach" movies
    $100 7
We doubt that anyone would refer to this fruity beverage as "demon ale"
    $200 18
City in which you'd see the Franklin Parkway, Franklin Bridge & Franklin Institute
    $200 13
Look up "goober" in the current Encyclopedia Britannica & you're referred to this entry
    $200 22
Her husband was serving 99 years in prison for murder when she met Clyde Barrow
    $200 2
A beginning karate student commonly wears a belt of this color
    $200 6
Country-rock "Killer" who sang the title tune to "High School Confidential"
    $200 8
Paul could tell you if the Ankas drink this at breakfast
    $300 19
It took 3 days to extinguish the 1906 fire that burned 512 blocks of this city
    $300 14
The Press of this university publishes "Companions to" English Lit, Art & the Theatre
    $300 25
Historians now believe she was merely the tool of her brother Cesare & her father Pope Alexander VI
    $300 3
No well-dressed matador would be seen in the ring without this, his "traje de luces"
    $300 9
A bartender might serve this cocktail "in a trim" little glass
    $400 21
This Missouri city Harry Truman called home was named for one of Andrew Jackson's ideals
    $400 15
"Beat the Odds", "Music Bingo" & "Fast Draw" are entries in an ency. of these by Schwartz, Ryan & Wostbrock
    $400 26
Nickname of Lynette Fromme, who tried to assassinate President Ford in September 1975
    $400 20
Curses! it's the only weapon women are allowed to use in fencing competitions
    $400 10
"Quiet Al" gets noisy when he drinks too much of this
    $500 24
McCormick Place, this city's convention center, has 162 million square feet of space on 4 levels
    $500 16
In the preface to his 1747 dict., this British lexicographaer apologized to critics if he missed any words
    DD: $500 27
Her gang included Herman, Lloyd, Arthur & Fred--her four sons
    $500 23
Scuba divers experience this "euphoria" when nitrogen enters their blood at high pressures
    $500 11
The kind of brandy cocktails Cressida might serve

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Paul Susan Dave
-$100 $800 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Susan Dave
$800 $2,500 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    DD: $500 8
His famous quote heard here is from the 1932 film "The Fatal Glass of Beer":

"It's not a fit night out for man nor beast."
    $200 3
The U.N. flag consists of a map of the world & 2 olive branches on a background of this color
    $200 21
She loved Narcissus She loved Narcissus
    $200 1
This general was born into an aristocratic VA. family & married M. Washington's great-granddaughter
    $200 16
It falls somewhere between a short story & a novel
    $400 9
At Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941, Howell Forgy was 1st to say "Praise the Lord and pass" this
    $400 4
Now the mayor of Atlanta, in 1977 he became the 1st black to serve as U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
    $400 20
For her impiety toward the gods, Arachne the weaver was turned into this
    $400 2
The only state which seceded from the Union in 1860
    $400 26
The most common pizza cheese
    $600 13
At his inauguration, President Hayes claimed "He serves his party best who serves" this "best"
    $600 7
The U.N. Library is named for this secretary-gen. who was killed in a 1961 plane crash in Africa
    $600 17
Hercules slew Hippolyta, queen of these warrior people
    $600 5
MacKinlay Kantor's novel about this notorious prison won the '56 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
    $600 27
Pennsylvania's state bird is this handsome "ruffled" relative of a turkey
    $600 22
Jerry Lewis had a wicked stepmother & a fairy godfather in this 1960 film
    $800 14
Architect who said, "No house should ever be on any hill or on anything. It should be of the hill..."
    $800 10
Although not a member of the U.N., the PLO was granted this type of status in 1974
    $800 18
Paphos was the son of this sculptor & his statue-come-to-life wife
    $800 6
During the war, the Confederacy purchased some 19 warships in this country
    DD: $500 28
State bird of Mich., Wis. & Conn., it's a sign of spring throughout the northern U.S.
    $800 23
A Hollywood rivalry began when Hedda "scooped" her by announcing the divorce of FDR's son James
    $1000 15
In 1876 this German archaeologist told the King of Greece, "I have gazed on the face of Agamemnon"
    $1000 11
3 of the 6 major organs of the U.N.
    $1000 19
The god of wine, he gave King Midas the golden touch as a reward for a kindness
    $1000 12
In August 1863 this guerrilla leader & his raiders burned Lawrence, Kan. & killed about 150 people
    $1000 25
This bright red member of the finch family represents 7 states, more than any other bird
    $1000 24
A yellow oil that's found in perfume, soap & insect repellent

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Susan Dave
$5,600 $7,300 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

When Rip Van Winkle fell asleep, this ruler's portrait hung in front of the inn

Final scores:

Paul Susan Dave
$5,600 $14,400 $11,200
3rd place: Berkline Super Motion Wall-Away sofa New champion: $14,400 2nd place: Keller dining room furniture + Cutco kitchen knives

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Susan Dave
$5,600 $7,300 $7,000
13 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
22 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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Game tape date: 1988-11-29
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