Show #1188 - Wednesday, November 1, 1989


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Harry Cortez, a mail processor from Petaluma, California

Lynne Lukach, a speach and language patholigist from Mansfield, Ohio

Jim Coury, a restaurant owner originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
Type of camera lens that moves quickly from a distant shot to a close-up
    $100 4
Ana Alicia debuted on this nighttime soap in 1982 as the scheming winery heiress Melissa Agretti
    $100 1
This state's geographic center is located within the limits of Hartford County, near its capital
    $100 16
This word pairs with "weave" for a defensive move & "Ray" for a comedy team
    $100 26
"The Rake's Progress" is based on a series of these by William Hogarth
    $100 21
Due to student unrest, Gorbachev's May 17,1989 visit to this famous wall was hardly noted
    $200 8
The 2 major divisions of biology are botany & this
    $200 9
This TV "Wonder Woman" is proud of her Hispanic heritage & her job as Beauty & Fashion Director for Maybelline
    $200 2
The 4 U.S. states that are officially commonwealths are Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Virginia & this one
    $200 17
To put it another way, osculate & squeal
    $200 27
Act II of the ballet "Napoli" is set in a blue grotto on this isle
    DD: $1,300 22
City in which you'd see the following wall
    $300 10
The snake deity of West African voodoo cults, or a cocktail of rum, fruit juices & liqueur
    $300 12
Oscar-winner whose films include "The King & I" & "West side Story"
    $300 3
Its state tree is the Kukui
    $300 18
First names of Babilonia & Gardner who recently re-formed their partnership on ice
    $300 28
In "Le Jeune Homme et la Mort", the female dancer represents this, as you can tell from the title
    $300 23
CErvantes & Tennyson both warned "Walls have" these
    $400 11
He was John the Baptist's father
    $400 13
Lupe Velez made headlines in the 1930s with her stormy marriage to this famous movie Tarzan
    $400 5
The 1st long-distance automobile race on a track took place in 1911 in this midwestern state
    $400 19
Rasputin's influence over this royal couple lead to their downfall
    $400 29
In "Coppelia", Swanilda pretends to be a mechanical one of these come to life
    $400 24
In 1979 Pink Floyd released an album called "The Wall", & he had one called "Off the Wall"
    $500 15
This interjection is an altered form of "God's wounds"
    $500 14
After starring in films, Elena Verdugo spent years as this kindly TV doctor's Nurse Consuelo
    $500 6
Acadia National Park, the oldest one east of the Mississippi, is in this state
    $500 20
This republic is comprised of the southernmost Caribbean islands
    $500 25
According to Richard Lovelace, "Stone walls do not make" one of these

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

Jim Lynne Harry
$500 $1,000 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Lynne Harry
$1,000 $3,300 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
The line that follows "Oh I got plenty o' nuttin'" in the song from "Porgy & Bess"
    $200 5
In July 1953 he said, "There's one thing about being president--nobody can tell you when to sit down"
    $200 23
In WWI Japan joined the Allies & seized this nation's Pacific islands
    $200 17
Evan Hunter's "The Blackboard Jungle" dealt with violence in 1 of these institutions
    $200 1
Layman's term for the Aurora Borealis
    $200 12
This company's new cars have a note on the windshield attesting to quality signed "G. Daimler"
    $400 22
This song from "Kismet" begins "Take my hand"
    $400 6
Thy both had the same initials, "J.M.", & one followed the other into the White House
    $400 27
In 1192 Yoritomo Minamoto became the 1st to receive this title which means "general"
    $400 18
Bert & Nan and Freddie & Flossie are the 2 sets of twins in this Laura Lee Hope series
    $400 2
About 18,000 years ago this was over a mile thick over the area that's now Detroit
    $400 13
Last name of the 1950s TV landlords who owned 623 East 68th Street in New York
    $600 24
"Pal Joey" song that begins "I'm wild again, beguiled again, a simpering whimpering child again
    DD: $1,200 7
When Jefferson Davis became president of the C.S.A., this man was president of the United States
    $600 19
In 1951 Wm. F. Buckley published his best seller "God & Man at" this university
    $600 3
It's the hypothetical line designated as the place where each day begins
    $600 14
You can take Sominex to help you go to sleep or this Bristol Myers product to keep you awake
    DD: $1,500 25
1949 Cole Porter show that featured a song called "Brush up your Shakespeare"
    $800 10
His mother, the former Sarah Knox, survived him
    $800 20
In his new book "Loyalties", this "Final Days" co-author discusses his Communist parents & HUAC
    $800 8
Remains of this prehistoric man were 1st discovered in 1856 in a cave near Dusseldorf, Germany
    $800 15
This word meaning synthetic, artificial or counterfeit is German for "substitute"
    $1000 26
According to the song from "The Boys from Syracuse", this is "falling for make-believe"
    $1000 11
This Ohio gov. ran his 1896 campaign from his front porch in Canton & won
    $1000 21
"This Gun for Hire", "The Third Man" & "Our Man in Havana" are listed under his name in Bartlet's quotes
    $1000 9
Scientists say that over 200 million years ago Panthalassa, 1 giant ocean, surrounded this 1 land mass
    $1000 16
The original last name of the Yugoslavian president who took the name Tito in the 1930s to evade police

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Lynne Harry
$6,000 $6,300 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In June 1989 this country changed its name to the Union of Myanmar & its capital to Yangon

Final scores:

Jim Lynne Harry
$0 $12,300 $15,500
3rd place: Serigraph "Cactus" by Lorna Patrick & complete Nintendo system featuring Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune 2nd place: Bedroom suite & a comforter New champion: $15,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Lynne Harry
$5,400 $6,300 $6,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R,
1 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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Game tape date: 1989-08-21
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