Show #1038 - Wednesday, February 22, 1989


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Lynda Ramsey, a registered nurse from Long Beach, California

Kyle Barrett, a graduate student from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Raisa Deber, a teacher from Toronto, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 25
California has more cars than this, the world's largest country
    $100 21
In the People magazine poll for '88, she was voted favorite female singer for the 2nd year in a row
    $100 14
Pilots know "IFR" stands for instrument flight rules & everyone should know "Fri." stands for this
    $100 4
1 of this company's ads stated "Rabbits Eat Peanuts"
    $100 7
On December 20, 1967, 2% of the American population was stationed in this country
    $100 1
    $200 26
Natives of this large French island speak a dialect of Italian, not French
    $200 22
In 1957 both Steve Lawrence & Harry Belafonte sang about this type of ship
    $200 15
In weather terms "DP" means dew point; in baseball lingo it stands for this
    $200 5
A lawsuit claimed this spokesman, a 1976 decathlon champ, didn't really eat Wheaties
    DD: $500 8
From 1965 until becoming vice president, Gerald Ford held this post in the House
    $200 2
"Village Lacking Compassion"
    $300 27
The only port of this Hashemite kingdom is Aqaba on the gulf of the same name
    $300 23
In the '50s he made stars out of the Comets
    $300 16
In a letter sent to Nanook, Esq., Esk., the abbreviations stand for these 2 words
    $300 6
Avery Schreiber's piano playing was ruined by these tortilla chips that "Taste as Good as They Crunch"
    $300 9
He announced he was "in control here" after President Reagan's 1981 shooting
    $300 3
"Equine Plumage"
    $400 28
Viking explorers gave this island its name, not because they were color blind, but to attract settlers
    $400 24
Musical group led by sisters Ann & Nancy Wilson
    $400 17
It's the abbreviation indicating a 2nd afterthought is added to a letter
    $400 19
"Meow Mix Tastes So Good, 9 Out of 10 Cats" do this
    $400 10
In 1834 this new party got off to a good start with Henry Clay's support
    $400 12
"The 13th Letter of the Alphabet"
    $500 18
"5th" is short for fifth, & "fth" is short for this marine measure
    $500 20
Using a picture of Hoffman & Redford, this paper said, "If You Liked the Movie, You'll Love the Newspaper"
    $500 11
By 1879 this company controlled over 90% of the oil refined in the U.S.
    $500 13
"This is some deranged, frenzied, lunatic, crazy planet"

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

Raisa Kyle Lynda
$1,600 $600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Raisa Kyle Lynda
$2,600 $2,100 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Possessions, such as linens & clothing, that a bride brings to her marriage
    $200 21
Jason assembled the Argonauts to help him fetch this item
    $200 1
For the 1st time since WWI these can stay open from 11 A.M. to 11 P.M. & don't have to close for 3-5:30
    $200 26
That giant of pop art, Claes Oldenburg, designed a huge tube of this cosmetic for Yale University
    $200 16
In 1943 he could have stopped by the Pulitzers on a snowy evening to pick up his 4th for poetry
    $200 11
Introduced to this man in 1855, Fillmore worried about having to kneel & kiss his hand or foot
    $400 7
First name of Mr. Lopez who had a major hit in 1963 singing "If I Had a Hammer"
    $400 22
This nation of warrior women supposedly lived around the Caucasus
    $400 2
Some of the 1st ones in London were Euston, King's Cross, Victoria & Paddington
    $400 27
This sculptured portrait of the head & shoulders literally puts people on a pedestal
    $400 17
He was awarded one Pulitzer for "The Dragons of Eden", not billions & billions
    $400 12
Fillmore shuffled off the proverbial mortal coil in this city
    $600 8
The steady tropical winds that blow toward the equator
    $600 23
This Egyptian goddess, who tricked Ra into giving her power, was made into a Sat. morning TV heroine
    $600 3
London's oldest section, known as "The City", was founded in 43 A.D. by these people
    $600 28
A good example of kinetic sculpture is this kind of moving art, created by Alexander Calder
    $600 18
He's still listed as the winner for fiction in 1926 even tho he turned down the prize for "Arrowsmith"
    $600 13
The White House lacked one of these, so Millard's wife, an ex-teacher, made a 2nd floor room into one
    $800 9
Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly sang this Oscar-nominated song as a duet in the film "High Society"
    $800 24
In the underworld Odysseus met this guy, who had to keep pushing a rock up a hill
    $800 4
Foreign ambassadors are officially accredited to "The Court of" this palace
    $800 29
This many-armed Hindu god is usually depicted stomping a dwarf who represents evil
    DD: $1,000 19
This university was given a special citation in 1947 for a job well done in giving out Pulitzers
    $800 14
Born in this year, Fillmore is the only president born in the last year of a century
    $1000 10
Lebanese city whose name means 3 city-states because it had settlers from 3 -- Sidon, Tyre & Arvad
    $1000 25
These 2 sons of Zeus were called the Dioscuri, & by some accounts were Helen's brothers
    $1000 5
Street that's home to London's oldest theater & the Muffin Man
    $1000 20
Berke Breathed, who draws this strip, won the 1987 Pulitzer for Editorial Cartooning
    $1000 15
During Fillmore's term, Comm. Perry set out to convince this country to trade with the U.S.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Raisa Kyle Lynda
$10,800 $5,500 $200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 countries whose governments are headed by a chancellor

Final scores:

Raisa Kyle Lynda
$10,100 $0 $300
2-day champion: $21,400 3rd place: Oneida Silversmiths gift certificate 2nd place: Trip to Villa del Mar resort in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Raisa Kyle Lynda
$10,600 $5,500 -$100
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R,
5 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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Game tape date: 1988-11-14
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