Show #1062 - Tuesday, March 28, 1989


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Scott Roth, an attorney originally from New York

Jan Hofmann, a writer originally from Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Craig Campbell, an advertising executive from Victorville, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $10,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Jim "The Mouth" Purol set a Guinness record by smoking 140 of these simultaneously
    $100 21
According to Reader's Digest, psychology was named for this Greek goddess who personified the soul
    $100 6
If you want to visit Kangaroo Island, hop over to this country
    $100 8
He loves luxury & lasagna, & Jim Davis has millions of reasons to love him
    $100 12
The last step in making peanut brittle, it can't be done until the candy has cooled
    $100 26
Number of toes you need to perform the "This Little Pig" rhyme propery
    $200 2
It's a mix of sparkling wines, not a mallard on ice
    $200 22
Married to his sister Isis, this Egyptian god was king of the underworld & judge of the dead
    $200 7
China's is the "March of the Volunteers"
    $200 14
To Tweety, he wasn't just another "puddy" face
    $200 13
Hollow figurines shaped like blackbirds are sometimes stuck in these to let the steam escape
    $300 3
This word can precede defense, disobedience & engineer
    $300 23
This ferryman took souls across the river Styx
    $300 9
As citizens of the Bahamas are called Bahamians, people from Guam are called this
    $300 16
His creator so hated the X-rated film of this cat that he had him killed in a final comic strip
    $300 15
Party decoration a blindfolded Mexican child hits with a stick to get candy
    DD: $500 4
Marilyn Monroe was one, & the subject of this song was another:

"(January) You start the year off fine /
(February) You're my little valentine..."
    $400 24
Urania was the Greek goddess of this science
    $400 10
In 1975 this ex-beauty queen became the 1st governor of metropolitan Manila
    $400 17
In a 1988 novel, this Coconino County kat quits the comic strip after witnessing an A-bomb test
    $400 19
One variation of this meringue & ice cream dessert is called "igloo"
    $500 5
Holden Caulfield fantasized about being this, a "novel" idea
    $500 25
One of Hercules' 12 labors was fetching the girdle of this Amazon queen for Eurysteus' daughter
    $500 11
Troubled capital that's a major British port, its name is Gaelic for "mouth of the sandbank"
    $500 18
If you quote this lion as saying "Exit stage left"--you'll be right
    $500 20
A "floating island" is one of these milk-based desserts, often topped with whipped cream

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Craig Jan Scott
$1,600 $400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Craig Jan Scott
$600 $1,200 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
Congress fled to Lancaster when General Howe attacked this city Sept. 25, 1777
    $200 4
His first name was Joseph; Rudyard was his middle name
    $200 7
Among the earliest musical scales, a pentatonic scale consists of this many tones
    $200 18
Basil Rathbone, Raymond Massey & John Barrymore
    $200 26
These people of northern Spain are thought to be direct descendants of the prehistoric Iberians
    $200 1
In English verse, this word refers to the pattern of stressed & unstressed syllables
    $400 11
The Quartering Act required the colonists to do this
    $400 5
Dylan Thomas never learned to speak this, the native language of the country in which he was born
    $400 8
In chamber music a string trio consists of these 3 instruments
    $400 19
Warner Oland, Sidney Toler & Roland Winters
    $400 27
Pico de Teide, Spain's highest mountain is on Tenerife in this island group
    $400 2
A narrative short lyric tale meant to be sung, "Frankie & Johnny" is one
    $600 14
Some say Jefferson left the cabinet when Washington wouldn't support this country's war with Britain
    $600 6
A staff member of the Atlanta Constitution for 24 years, he's best known for his Uncle Remus stories
    $600 9
It's not known how his last symphony came to be called the "Jupiter Symphony"
    $600 20
Douglas Fairbanks, Tyrone Power & Guy Williams
    $600 28
1 of 2 groups of nations which Spain joined in the 1980s
    $600 3
Originally this 4-letter word referred to a minstrel; it's now a synonym for poet
    DD: $1,000 15
The British Proclamation of 1763 forbad the colonists from settling west of these mountains
    $800 12
This hard-boiled creator of Mike Hammer hammers out his novels in South Carolina
    $800 17
His "Royal Fireworks Music" could be put out with his "Water Music"
    $800 21
Dick Gautier, Sean Connery, & Errol Flynn
    $800 29
This type of Spanish is the official language of Spain
    $800 24
Discordant or harsh sounds which are frequently used for poetic effect
    $1000 16
Name of the boat John Paul Jones used to intercept the frigate Serapis
    $1000 13
"Lord Jim" author who spent part of his youth in exile in Russia because his dad was a Polish revolutionary
    DD: $1,200 23
Gounod's version of this famous religious song with a Latin text was 1st sung in 1859 at a Paris concert
    $1000 22
Humphrey Bogart, James Garner & Robert Mitchum
    $1000 30
Setting of 3 popular operas, it's also home to Europe's largest gothic cathedral
    $1000 25
Type of poem in which the 1st letter of each line reading down forms a word

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Craig Jan Scott
$7,600 $8,000 $3,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The only U.S. state whose coastline touches a body of water called a sea

Final scores:

Craig Jan Scott
$15,200 $8,000 $5,100
3-day champion: $25,999 2nd place: trip on Continental to Honolulu & stay at Hilton Hawaiian Village + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger 3rd place: DIA recliner + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Craig Jan Scott
$7,300 $7,800 $3,000
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
8 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,100

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Game tape date: 1988-12-06
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