Show #1063 - Wednesday, March 29, 1989

The players were introduced already standing in position.


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Hugh McElaney, a U.S. Air Force contract negotiator from Upton, Massachusetts

Diane Taubold, a manager from Rochester, New York

Craig Campbell, an advertising executive from Victorville, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $25,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
All five of his children were delegates to the 1988 Republican convention
    $100 19
George Braque said this "exists, only falsehood has to be invented"
    $100 26
This voluptuous blonde said, "I may be a country bumkin, but I'm a smart country bumkin"
    $100 10
Upon seeing this author in the audience, a 19th c. actor worked "Nevermore, nevermore" into his dialogue
    $100 6
Over half the rubber used in the world is used to make these
    $100 1
Bob Molitor at Spalding pioneerd the change from white to yellow balls in this sport
    $200 17
Bone, Crossbeak & Bonnet, or, as the Eskimos called them, Pontu, Siku & Kannick
    $200 20
Ben Franklin said, "After 3 days men grow weary, of a wench, a guest" & this weather condition
    $200 27
He was elected mayor of Palm Springs 1 day after his ex-wife won an Oscar
    $200 11
Disgusted with novels of his time, this "Deerslayer" author took up writing to show he could do better
    $200 7
Mayan Indians made shoes by dipping their feet in this rubber tree sap & letting it dry
    $200 2
In a parody of "On Top of Old Smokey", a sneeze caused this to be lost
    $300 18
This royal child was born at 18 minutes past 8 p.m. on the 8th day of the 8th month in 1988
    $300 21
The title of this Dale Carnegie book appears as an entry in Bartlett's Quotations
    $300 28
Rumors said she wrote the song "You're So Vain" about ex-love Warren Beatty
    $300 13
William Manchester's "The Last Lion" is the 2nd volume of a biography of this Englishman
    $300 8
The name of this process to make rubber stronger & more resilient comes from the Roman god of fire
    $300 3
Francis Johnson of Darwin, Minn. holds the Guinness record for making a ball out of this
    $400 24
Dick Thornburgh, the former governor of this state, succeeded Edwin Meese as att'y general
    $400 22
Criticizing Norman V. Peale, A. Stevenson said "I find Apostle Paul appealing, & the Apostle Peale" this
    $400 29
Arne Naess Jr., described as a "Norwegian zillionaire", is married to her
    $400 14
Shortly before dying, this New England Quaker poet uttered the words, "My love to the world"
    $400 9
A person or government agency that routinely gives its approval is likened to this device
    $400 4
Though no rule specifies it, every regulation ball for this sport has 108 double stitches
    $500 25
This convicted killer wrote about the causes of crime in "They Always Call Us Ladies"
    DD: $300 23
In 1951 he told a joint session of Congress, "In war there is no substitute for victory"
    $500 30
Ken Curtis sang with the Sons of the Pioneers but is best known for this role on "Gunsmoke"
    $500 15
Emerson employed this controversial friend & essayist as a handyman around the house
    $500 12
Over 90% of the world's supply of natural rubber comes from this continent
    $500 5
The RAF began using this instrument in 1944 because it didn't leak at high altitudes

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

Craig Diane Hugh
$900 $600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Craig Diane Hugh
$2,500 $700 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
At the banquet, his ghost is invisible to everyone but Macbeth
    $200 6
1 of 2 South American countries that border the Caribbean
    $200 24
The Lambeth Conference is called by the Archbishop of Canterbury for the bishops of this religion
    $200 1
In the early 1800s these runaways took refuge in Seminole territory
    $200 21
To facilitate communications among tribes, Plains Indians developed a form of this language
    $200 11
Jacob's eldest son, or his corned beef sandwich
    $400 17
Villainous king whose brother George was drowned in a cask of wine
    $400 7
It's the imaginary line where each new calendar day begins
    $400 25
In 1987 he resigned his Southern Baptist ministry to run in the primaries
    $400 2
In 1814 British officers ate in this famous residence--then burned it
    $400 22
The world's most widely used second language
    $400 12
To illustrate the word "robot", the American Heritage Dictionary uses a picture of this one
    $600 18
In "The Merchant of Venice", his daughter Jessica elopes with Lorenzo
    $600 8
A series of cliffs, the most famous of which in the U.S. are along the Hudson River
    $600 26
The clothespin was among the inventions of this religious community known for furniture design
    $600 3
It was 1st used in the U.S. May 24, 1844 to send a message from D.C. to Baltimore
    DD: $1,000 23
More high school & college students in the U.S. study this foreign language than any other
    $600 13
If you're just a little larva & you want to be a queen bee, you have to eat this
    $800 19
Characters in this play include a prophetess, a Trojan priest & a bastard son of King Priam
    $800 9
Technically, this entire continent is a desert
    $800 27
The word mantra from the Sanskrit meaning "prayer", comes to us from this religion
    $800 4
This party gained control of both houses of Congress for the 1st time in the elections of 1840
    $800 29
40-member group historically concerned with keeping the French language pure
    $800 14
This word means a breeding ground for seals, not for chess pieces
    $1000 20
Captured after stabbing his wife to death, this villain vows never to speak again; he doesn't
    $1000 10
It's the name of both the largest lake in Central America & the country it's in
    DD: $400 28
Muhammad's daughter, or a Catholic shrine in Portugal where Mary appeared to 3 children
    $1000 5
Noted for his triumph in Tripoli, this naval hero was killed in a duel in 1820
    $1000 30
This Haitian language is a mixture of African dialects & French
    $1000 15
It can be a cluster of spots on a leopard or a badge that resembles a flower

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Craig Diane Hugh
$2,100 $4,700 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She made only 11 Hollywood films during her brief career, co-starring twice with B. Crosby & winning an Oscar

Final scores:

Craig Diane Hugh
$2,100 $9,400 $9,401
3rd place: Excel rower & exercise cycle 2nd place: vacation in Palm Springs & stay at Ingleside Inn + pair of Hatteras hammocks (deluxe & swing) New champion: $9,401

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Craig Diane Hugh
$2,100 $4,700 $8,200
15 R,
4 W
15 R,
2 W
20 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,000

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Game tape date: 1988-12-06
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