Show #1009 - Thursday, January 12, 1989

Peggi Malys game 2.


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Sue Carey, a computer consultant from Walnut Creek, California

Art Thompson, an attorney from Billings, Montana

Peggi Malys, a medical student from Orlando, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
Lord Mountbatten, the last viceroy of India, was the nephew of this last czar of Russia
    $100 16
A sportswriter defined it as "A hard rubber disk... hockey players strike when they can't hit one another"
    $100 6
You might find a flea on this part of your garden's foliage
    $100 11
Johnny Appleseed's grave is in this Indiana city that began as a fort
    $100 1
The tree from which chocolate is derived grows only within 20 degrees of this line
    $100 26
This "bully" president wasn't born under the sign of Taurus; he was a Scorpio
    $200 15
When she died in 1982, the cover of Newsweek called her life "The Last Fairy Tale"
    $200 17
This legendary Notre Dame coach said, "Show me a good and gracious loser and I'll show you a failure"
    $200 7
Even when you throw dead flowers away you save this
    $200 12
The city of West New York is in this state
    $200 2
Neiman Marcus once offered a version of this Parker Bros. game made of chocolate
    $200 27
Calvin Coolidge's sign was Cancer, which means he was ruled by this heavenly body, not by Mrs. Coolidge
    $300 18
Marco Polo served as an aide to this Mongol ruler of China
    $300 19
This 4-word boast of boxer Muhammad Ali is listed in Bartlett's Quotations
    $300 8
What Isolde is when she gets dirty
    $300 13
City whose "Golden Triangle" is formed by the Allegheny & Monongahela Rivers
    $300 3
A top-ten selling candy in the U.S., Nestle introduced this rice-filled bar in 1937
    $300 28
This was LBJ's sign, though he's not usually associated with maidenly virtues
    $400 22
American-born Lisa Halaby is now Queen Noor of this Middle East country
    $400 20
Commenting on Toots Shor's, this former Yankee said, "It's so crowded nobody goes there anymore"
    $400 9
It takes a lot of talent to do it well on ice
    $400 24
In the late 19th century some called this Kansas cow town "The Wickedest Little City in America"
    $400 4
When chocolate is exposed to sunlight or heat, this rises to the surface, leaving a gray film
    $400 29
Thomas Jefferson was our 1st president born under this sign, the 1st of the zodiac
    $500 23
In 1987 the sultan of this Asian country bought the Beverly Hills Hotel
    $500 21
"You've got to think positively to achieve the impossible," believes this Heisman Trophy winning L.A. Raider
    $500 10
Deeply engrossed in part of a book
    DD: $800 25
City in the title of the following song, Glen Campbell's 1st Top 40 hit:

"By the time I make Oklahoma /
She'll be sleeping..."
    $500 5
Campbell Soup owns both the American & Belgian divisions of this expensive "chocolatier"
    $500 30
After all the publicity, you should know that this is Ronald Reagan's sign

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

Peggi Art Sue
$1,100 $200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Peggi Art Sue
$1,500 $2,000 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
The salutatory address at Princeton's 1988 commencement was given in this ancient tongue
    $200 22
In 1972 this ex-Teamster leader tried to go to Hanoi to free POWs, but the U.S. gov't stopped him
    $200 10
The Porcupine River flows into this U.S. state from the Yukon Territory
    $200 15
A span, which is approximately 9" long, is based on the span of this part of the body
    $200 1
Glumdalclitch was a friendly 9-year-old who took care of him in Brobdingnag
    $200 12
"The Seven Samurai" became this title group in a 1960 U.S. film
    $400 3
Byelorussian is better known by this more colorful name
    $400 23
This July 1985 famine relief fundraiser has been called Bob Geldof's "global jukebox"
    $400 11
At Niagara Falls, 90% of the flow of the Niagara River goes over this fall
    DD: $1,500 16
There are 4 gills in a pint, so there are this many gills in a quart
    $400 6
Simon Tappertit, John Wemmick, Mr. Turveydrop & Mr. Tulkinghorn were all created by this English author
    $400 18
Ingmar Bergman directed this fellow Swede in her last theatrical film, 1978's "Autumn Sonata"
    $600 4
This country's official language is Magyar
    DD: $3,500 24
A ban on the general use of this germ killer in 1972 meant Phisohex had to be sold by prescription
    $600 14
This river enters the east end of Lake Geneva near Montreaux & leaves the west end in Geneva
    $600 17
In the metric system, the weight of 1 liter of water is equal to 1 of these units
    $600 7
Eugene O'Neill play about a black ex-con who's manaaged to become ruler of a West Indian island
    $600 19
S. Bondarchuk not only wrote & directed this Oscar-winning Tolstoy epic, he played the male lead
    $800 5
You can call it Croatian, or you can call it by this longer name
    $800 25
He was chosen to replace Thomas Eagleton as the 1972 Democratic vice-presidential nominee
    $800 27
Though much of the Yangtze is navigable, very little of this 3,000 mile-long Chinese river is
    $800 29
Unit of measure in printing; there are 12 of them to a pica, about 72 of them to an inch
    $800 8
King Priam's daughter, she was blessed w/the gift of prophecy but condemned by Apollo to be disbelieved
    $800 20
Francois Truffaut's "The Bride Wore Black" was an homage to this master of suspense
    $1000 13
Italian for the "Frankish tongue", it's a means of communication between peoples of different languages
    $1000 26
After speaking out against this, Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov was exiled in January 1980
    $1000 28
Europe's 2nd-busiest airport serves Frankfurt & is named for these 2 rivers
    $1000 30
Term for 1 hundred-millionth of a centimeter, it's named after a Swedish physicist
    $1000 9
Among his characters are Charles Strickland, Philip Carey & Sadie Thompson
    $1000 21
"The Clowns", this director's tribute to circus performers, was originally made for Italian TV

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Peggi Art Sue
$7,700 $1,700 $8,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 Asian leaders in the 1960s & '70s for whom popular jacket styles were named

Final scores:

Peggi Art Sue
$15,400 $2,000 $15,400
2-day co-champion: $25,200 2nd place: vacation in Palm Springs & stay at Ingleside Inn + pair of Hatteras hammocks (deluxe & swing) + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version New co-champion: $15,400

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Peggi Art Sue
$7,700 $4,900 $7,300
17 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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Game tape date: 1988-10-10
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