Show #1011 - Monday, January 16, 1989

Peggi Malys game 4.


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Arlene Adams, a student from Seattle, Washington

Martha Davey, a teacher originally from Manhattan, New York

Peggi Malys, a medical student from Orlando, Florida (whose 3-day cash winnings total $27,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 20
Natives of this Texas city often refer to it as "The Big D"
    $100 14
In '61 R. Nelson was a "Travelin' Man", R. Orbison was "Running Scared" & R. Charles was told to do this, Jack
    $100 10
When viewed from above, all planets revolve in this direction around the sun
    $100 4
In 1906 the town of Derry Church, Penn. changed its name to this to honor a local candymaker
    $100 2
The only Woody Allen film whose title is a borough of New York City
    $100 1
A long piece of lumber whose width & depth now usually run 1 1/2" x 3 1/2"
    $200 23
It's Alabama's only seaport
    $200 16
In the '60s "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" was a hit, once for Marvin Gaye & once for this group
    $200 25
The new science of astrogeology deals with the structure of every planet known to man except this one
    $200 8
This candy assortment originally appeared in 1912 & is famous for its "index"
    $200 11
The WSJ compared the carrot-shredding "Robot-Coupe" food processor to this human-shredding hero
    $200 3
In Jewish mysticism & Islam, the highest heaven
    $300 24
U.S. coins with the mint mark "CC" were made in this Nevada city from 1870-93
    $300 17
This 1st Four Seasons hit went all the way to number 1, baby
    $300 26
It's the planet astronomers know least about
    $300 9
Noted for its distinctive triangular shape, Toblerone is made exclusively in this country
    DD: $500 13
At this movie motel you might hear the following:
    $300 5
Maximum number of aces you can have in a full house poker hand
    $400 28
The Indian name for Mt. Rainier, it became the name of a city 40 miles away
    $400 18
The 2 1961 hits with "River" in their titles, both begin with "Moo"
    $400 27
Sunlight reflects so well off the cloudy atmosphere of this planet that it's the 3rd brightest object in the sky
    $400 12
This candy is known for its pink can & the slogan "Brown & Haley makes 'em daily, cept Sunday"
    $400 21
Shortly after this landmark documentary film was released, its Eskimo hero died of hunger
    $400 6
The prefix mega- means this
    $500 29
The Pony Express began operating & Walter Cronkite began life in this Missouri city
    $500 19
1 of 3 Freddy Cannon top 10 hits that have geographic settings in their titles
    $500 15
In 1936 Phil Silvershein created the small, thick candy bar which he named this
    $500 22
In "The Band Wagon", Fred Astaire went "dancing in the dark" with this gorgeous brunette
    $500 7
Number of days Rumpelstiltskin gave the miller's daughter to guess his name

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

Peggi Martha Arlene
$800 $1,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Peggi Martha Arlene
$2,400 $700 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Alphabetically 1st of the 7 deadly sins, you'll be mad if you don't get it
    $200 1
He had a German father & an English mother, & his original name was Robinson Kreutznaer
    $200 12
The only president born in California, but California doesn't have him to kick around anymore
    $200 18
They 1st defeated the Persians on land at the Battle of Marathon
    $200 13
To send a letter to the White House mail it to this street address
    $200 4
A piece of work that's part of your assigned job, if you don't do it you might be "taken to" it
    $400 14
Of all the cereals Post makes, this one is alphabetically 1st
    $400 2
Fyodor, the father of these title brothers, was "one of the most in the whole district"
    $400 15
Despite Indian protests, this founder of the California missions was beatified in September 1988
    $400 23
In this final military campaign, Julius Caesar defeated 2 sons of this man, his rival
    $400 16
In 1961 this First Lady had a fine arts committee restore rooms to their former appearance
    $400 6
Given to a borrower, or the 40 weekdays before Easter
    $600 17
By their legal names, he's alphabetically 1st of Joseph P. Kennedy's children
    $600 3
His last words were "Thou damned whale! Thus, I give up the spear!"
    $600 21
Born in Martinez, Calif., this Yankee Clipper was a Californian long before he married Marilyn
    DD: $1,000 28
Fort Necessity National Battlefield in Pennsylvania is site of the 1st battle of this war
    $600 24
Now a mystery novelist, this presidential relative wrote "Murder in the White House"
    $600 8
Say it once & it's a puppet; say it 3 times & it's a bad Cary Grant imitation
    $800 19
Of all the spaces on a Monopoly board, this one comes alphabetically 1st
    $800 5
It's the only novel we know that has characters named Scout, Atticus & Boo
    $800 22
This Pulitzer Prize winning team of historians must have liked the civilization they found in L.A.
    $800 25
2 of the 3 colorful rooms that are open to the public
    $800 9
Meaning "backtalk", this 4-letter word has 3 "S"s
    DD: $1,000 20
Alphabetically 1st of the republics of the Soviet Union
    $1000 7
This Dickens novel is narrated by Philip Pirrip
    $1000 26
Brightly colored paintings of this British-born L.A. painter toured the U.S. in 1988
    $1000 27
Except for the private quarters, this room reflects each administration's changes more than any other
    $1000 10
Believed a cure for colic, this stone's name is from Spanish "piedra de ijada", stone of the colic

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Peggi Martha Arlene
$5,600 $3,900 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In a famous poem, the Mongol Empire summer palace called Shangtu is known as this

Final scores:

Peggi Martha Arlene
$8,801 $7,400 $8,799
4-day champion: $36,800 3rd place: Colortyme remote table model TV 2nd place: trip on Delta to Puerta Vallarta, Mexico & stay at Villa Del Mar Resort

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Peggi Martha Arlene
$5,600 $5,900 $4,200
14 R,
0 W
16 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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Game tape date: 1988-10-11
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