Show #1181 - Monday, October 23, 1989


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Jay Wish, a physician from Shaker Heights, Ohio

Roberta Simon, a lawyer from San Francisco, California

Charley Horan, a photographic representative from Manhattan Beach, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $25,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
Jackie Kennedy's favorite First Lady was this down-to-earth native of Independence, Missouri
    $100 16
From the Greek "Katechess", meaning to teach orally, it's a book of instruction
    $100 1
One of Japan's favorite sports, it's called "besuboro" there
    $100 6
Type of beetle that comes in species like pea, green & grain, as well as boll
    $100 21
"Winnie", a musical about him, featured a tank & a live bulldog
    $100 12
The name of this brand of chewing gum means "three teeth"
    $200 8
Her loyalty to the government was questioned because she was a Southerner
    $200 17
Term for Hindu priests, it's also the name of the highest Hindu caste
    $200 2
A song from "Porgy & Bess" is about this dice game, invented by blacks in 19th c. New Orleans
    $200 22
"Liza of Lambeth", the 1st novel by this "Of Human Bondage" author, became a musical in 1976
    $200 13
A secret date to Bill & Coo in some secluded rendezvous
    $300 9
She met her future husband while she was a teacher at Whittier High School in California
    $300 18
Christian denomination that uses the "Book of Common Prayer"
    $300 3
Teams in this aquatic sport wear either white or blue caps, while their goalkeepers wear red
    DD: $1,000 23
This musical, set in 19th c. London, featured the following:

"In this life, one thing counts /
In the bank, large amounts /
I'm afraid these don't grow on trees..."
    $300 14
Called "Xizang" in China, this region is often referred to as "the roof of the world"
    $400 10
When Claudia Alta Taylor was 2 years old, her nurse said she was as pretty as one of these
    $400 19
According to the Hebrew Bible this "Anointed One" would be a descendant of King David
    $400 4
France's greatest sporting event, this annual 2,500 mi. bicycle race takes nearly a mo. to complete
    $400 24
Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice's 1st Biblical musical was about this man & his brothers
    $400 15
This person will mount your marlin or stuff that stag you bagged
    $500 11
In 1776 this future First Lady urged her husband John "to remember the ladies," or else...
    $500 20
Eastern way of life that holds as its highest virtue the respect of children for their parents
    $500 5
Italian game in which a ball called a "pallino" is the target for other balls that are hit or thrown
    $500 25
Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice's 2nd Biblical musical depicted his last 7 days on earth
    $500 26
It's what the Boy Scouts & weatherbeaten cowboys call a newcomer

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

Charley Roberta Jay
$2,100 $600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charley Roberta Jay
$1,900 $100 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
He was expelled from the USSR in 1929 & assassinated in Mexico in 1940
    $200 1
Nick & Nora Charles of "The Thin Man" did their sophisticated sleuthing in this city
    $200 13
Andrea del Sarto's painting of this meal is far less famous than da Vinci's
    $200 8
Parts of Big Cypress Nat'l Preserve & Everglades Nat'l Park are included in this state's Monroe Co.
    $200 20
Nicknamed "Bojangles", he danced with Shirley Temple in 4 films and choreographed a 5th
    $200 24
A mob of Parisian women vandalized this magnificent palace in October 1789
    $400 3
England & France lost most of their influence in the Mideast as a result of this 1956 "crisis"
    $400 4
Aldous Huxley novel set in London & New Mexico in the year 632 "after Ford"
    DD: $2,000 17
Mountain depicted in the 19th century print seen here:
    $400 9
State named for England's Queen Elizabeth I
    $400 21
The 1976 joint autobiography "The Two of Us" was written by singer Tony Martin & this dancer, his wife
    $400 27
The name of this Moorish fortress-palace means "the red house" in Arabic
    $600 5
Mao Tse-Tung followed the failure of "The Great Leap Forward" with this "revolution"
    DD: $1,000 11
Dante's "The Divine Comedy" is set in these 3 otherworldly places
    $600 18
He painted frescoes on the walls of the Sistine Chapel a few years before "The Birth of Venus"
    $600 10
This Rocky Mountain state's flag features a white bison on a blue background
    $600 22
On their 1950s TV programs, they urged us "to put a little fun in your life, try dancing"
    $600 28
Stormed during the October revolution, this Leningrad palace is now part of the Hermitage
    $800 6
In the 1950s this secret society terrorized both white & black residents of Kenya
    $800 12
Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Thornton Wilder set in Peru in the early 18th century
    $800 19
He painted portraits of Cocteau, Diaghilev & Gertrude Stein
    $800 15
It calls itself "The Heart of Dixie"
    $800 25
Discovered by Gene Kelly, this French leading lady danced with Fred Astaire in "Daddy Longlegs"
    $1000 7
This organization was established bu the Treaty of Rome in 1957
    $1000 14
The only one of Shakespeare's plays that does not take place in any known city or country
    $1000 23
Sir John Tenniel drew cartoons for "Punch" but is best known for illustrating this author's books
    $1000 16
The power drill was 1st used in the U.S. to dig the Hoosac Tunnel through the Berkshires in this state
    $1000 26
"Go into Your Dance" was the only joint film appearance by Al Jolson & this tap-dancing wife

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charley Roberta Jay
$3,900 $1,300 $4,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: As opposed to countries on Mars.)
After Haiti, it's the oldest independent black republic in the world

Final scores:

Charley Roberta Jay
$7,800 $2,600 $7,801
2nd place: Ashley bedroom group and Waverly bedroom ensemble 3rd place: Oneida silversmith gift certificate & Nintendo system featuring Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune New champion: $7,801

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Charley Roberta Jay
$3,900 $900 $5,300
16 R,
3 W
7 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $10,100

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Game tape date: 1989-06-27
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