Show #1184 - Thursday, October 26, 1989

Steve Berman game 3.


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Paula Long, a secretary from Glendale, California

Larry Linsey, a graduate student from Hollywood, California

Steve Berman, a film executive from Santa Monica, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
State capital named for a stone outcrop on the Arkansas River downstream from "Big Rock"
    $100 23
This nonwoven fabric is used for hats, blackboard erasers & pool table covers
    $100 9
As Robert Wagner could tell you, one must "set a thief to" do this
    $100 1
In 1989 this Los Angeles Laker completed his 20th & last season--an NBA record
    $100 4
In Schiller's play "the Maid of Orleans", she dies on the battlefield not at the stake
    $100 5
This "Far Side" cartoonist illustrated the cover of the "Doggin' Around" LP for guitarist Herb Ellis
    $200 16
Situated on the Willamette River, this largest Oregon city lies between Mt. Hood & the Pacific
    $200 24
Of ramie, dacron or orlon, the natural fiber
    $200 10
"Out of sight, out of" this
    $200 2
Julie Krone is on the right track in this sport after breaking the women's record of 1.203 wins
    $200 15
At the end of "The Odd Couple", he moves in with the Pigeon sisters
    $200 6
He created Sadie Hawkins Day & such characters as Marryin' Sam, Fearless Foswidick & the Schmoo
    $300 17
This city whose name means "yellow" is the largest city in the Texas panhandle
    $300 25
"The gingham dog went 'Bow-wow-wow!' and" this cat "replied 'Mee-ow!'"
    $300 11
"Curses, like", these, "come home to roost"
    $300 3
A common roman Catholic prayer, or a football pass that probably needs one to be complete
    $300 26
"The Lady's not for Burning" & "The Crucible" are both about women accused of being these
    DD: $1,600 20
"Playboy" cartoonist Shel Silverstein composed the following No. 2 hit for Johnny Cash:

"Well, my daddy left home when I was three /
And he didn't leave much to ma and me /
Just this old guitar and an empty bottle of booze..."
    $400 18
The U.S. Forest Service says this southeast hub city is the most densely wooden metropolitan area in the U.S.
    $400 28
This wool or wool blend outerwear fabric includes varieties like "Donegal" or "Harris"
    $400 12
They are "poor men's riches" but should be "seen and not heard"
    $400 7
This boxer, described as "Sweet as Sugar", won the middleweight title 5 times
    $400 27
In "Pygmalion", he's the counterpart of the legendary sculptor Pygmalion
    $400 21
In 1946 Milton Caniff left "Terry & the Pirates" to begin this comic strip about an aviator
    $500 19
In 1954, the 1st atomic-power sub, the Nautilus, was launched at Groton in this state
    $500 29
Corduroy with wide ribs is called "wide wale"; with thin ribs it's called this
    $500 13
"Hope for the best" but do this
    $500 8
Although T. Williams batted a league record .406 in 1941, this Yankee centerfielder was voted AL MVP
    $500 30
In Burtolt Brecht's play, Anna Fierling is better known by this "maternal" nickname
    $500 22
This creator of the GOP elephant died in Guayaquil, Ecuador while serving as U.S. Consul General

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Steve Larry Paula
$2,400 $200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Larry Paula
$6,700 $1,300 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Peter Benchley had a bit part as a TV reporter in this film version of his best seller
    $200 7
On Jan. 23, 1968 North Korea seized this Navy ship & held its crew for almost a year
    $200 24
From the Latin for "night", this slow, lyric composition often suggests a reflective, dreamy evening
    $200 17
Its flag consists of parts of the old flags of Tanganyika & Zanzibar
    $200 12
Type of "pusher" to which an office supervisor might yell "Get the lead out"
    $400 3
This actor played an actor playing a dictator in "Moon Over Parador"
    $400 8
When Syria & Egypt formed the United Arab Republic in 1958, he became its 1st president
    $400 23
George F. Will's commentary appears on the last page of this newsmagazine
    DD: $7,500 28
German composer who produced over 1,000 works & 20 children, including 5 named Johann & 1 named Johanna
    $400 29
The star=spangled banner of 1795 had this many stripes, not 13
    $400 14
Adjective describing a rosebush, or a nickname of Ozzie Nelson's neighbor played by Don Defore
    $600 4
John Cusack starred in this story of the Chicago White Sox who fixed the 1919 World Series
    $600 9
After about 4 centuries of rule by this country, Greece gained its independence in 1830
    $600 1
Since 1949 this automobile magazine has presented the coveted "Car of the Year" award
    $600 27
Arturo Toscanini, Pierce Boulez & Zuin Mehta have served as dir, of this symphony orchestra
    $600 20
The blue & white stripes on Israel's flag are taken from this garment worn by Jewish males
    $600 15
A person staring at you in hate is said to be "looking" these sharp objects at you
    $800 5
Peter Sellers played an army officer, a mad scientist & the president of the U.S. in this 1963 film
    DD: $5,000 10
Led by Moise Tshombe, this province tried to break away from the Congo in 1960
    $800 21
This magazine is now subtitled "Kiplinger's Guide to Your Future"
    $800 25
Niccolo Paganni wrote 24 caprices for this instrument
    $800 18
The flag of this Southeast Asia country has a design of its famous temple, Angkor Wat
    $800 13
1 of 2 words from the Latin for "Highest point"; both end in "x"
    $1000 6
She received an Oscar nomination for directing the 1976 film "Seven beauties"
    $1000 11
The 1st European settlement on Puerto Rico was begun at Caparra in 1508 by this Spainiard
    $1000 22
The spine of this magazine warns us to "never underestimate the power of a woman"
    $1000 26
Maurice Ravel composed this classical piece for dancer Ida Rubenstein in 1928
    $1000 19
This state's flag consists of the ancient sun symbol of the Zia Pueblo Indians on a gold field
    $1000 16
According to King Lear, to have a thankless child is sharper than one of these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Larry Paula
$8,400 $2,100 $1,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Where you'd naturally find armalcolite, named for the 3 men who 1st handled it

Final scores:

Steve Larry Paula
$4,400 $100 $100
3-day champion: $21,800 2nd place: a trip to Phoenix and a week at the Arizona Biltmore+Jeopardy! box game or computer game 3rd place: Magnavox Moviemaker camera+Jeopardy! box game or computer game

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Larry Paula
$10,400 $2,100 $1,900
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
6 W
8 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $14,400

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Game tape date: 1989-06-27
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