Show #1045 - Friday, March 3, 1989


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Bill Granoff, a database administrator from Culver City, California

David Gordy, a law clerk from Woodland Hills, California

Chris McKillop, a management consultant from Toronto, Canada (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,851)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
A mare's mother, or a beaver's barrier
    $100 13
In Gaelic, the name of this Irish capital city is Baile Atha Cliath
    $100 15
After singing lead for 9 years, Peter Gabriel left this band in '75 & Phil Collins took over
    $100 3
A modified version of baseball was given this name in 1926 by a YMCA official
    $100 26
Made to hang upside-down, wing ding dolls have eyes, wings & tummies that do this in the dark
    $100 4
A novena is a religious devotion in which prayers are said for this many days
    $200 22
The Koh-i-Noor, the Cullinan or the Conde
    $200 12
Fueled by oil deposits at Maracaibo, this country's economy is the richest in South America
    $200 14
In 1988 Shadoe Stevens replaced him as host of American Top 40
    $200 5
In the 1979-80 season, the NBA began giving this many points for long-shot baskets
    $200 27
The Tressy doll of the 1960s had a brass key in her back to rewind this
    $200 8
Number of balls used to symbolize a pawnbroker's shop
    $300 23
Pythias's pal
    $300 1
The world's 2nd largest country in area
    $300 17
In her big hit "Mashed Potato Time", Dee Dee Sharp asked for this on her mashed potatoes
    $300 6
In the '60s pitcher Juan Marichal won 20 or more games 6 different seasons for this team
    $300 28
In 1982 this model was the model for "The World's Most Glamorous Teenage Doll"
    $300 10
Number of companies used for the Standard & Poor's stock index
    $400 24
A Byzantine emperor, an Eastern Orthodox bishop or a tyrannical ruler
    $400 2
Also called the Istanbul Strait, it separates Turkey in Europe from Turkey in Asia
    $400 18
If he were "Stuck on You", he might say "Hello", "You Are" "Truly" "My Love" -- "All Night Long"
    $400 7
At age 18, he was youngest ever to defend a Wimbledon singles title
    $400 29
On 1 episode of this classic TV series, Telly Savalas was murdered by a doll named "Talking Tina"
    $400 16
Since 1960 all I.Q. tests have been based on this being the average score
    $500 25
The common term for the sight disorder known as diplopia
    DD: $800 11
The island of Mindanao has been described as a Muslim outpost in this mostly Catholic country
    $500 20
1 of 2 girls in the title of No. 1 hits by the Everly Brothers
    $500 9
The only woman to compete in the Indy 500, she finished 9th in 1978
    $500 30
Kachina dolls represent the ancestral spirits of these Indians
    $500 19
Number of shots fired in an arrival salute to the V.P., any cabinet member or the speaker of the house

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

Chris David Bill
$1,700 $1,800 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris David Bill
$3,200 $2,800 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
By 589 A.D. Yang Chien reunified this country that had been fragmented politically for almost 400 years
    $200 4
An '88 film about a North Carolina minor league baseball team & a brand of cut tobacco share this name
    $200 6
Several large telescopes are located on Mauna Kea, the highest peak on this island
    $200 28
In the song "Scarborough Fair", these 2 herbs follow "Parsley, sage..."
    $200 12
Warner Books has promised refunds to women who buy "How to Marry the Man of Your Choice" if this happens
    $200 30
TV sitcom father who works at Gateman, Goodbury & Graves Funeral Home
    $400 7
Clovis was a king of this Germanic tribe that gave its name to France
    $400 22
A TV series was based on this 1948 film which dealt with one of "8 Million Stories"
    $400 2
Three of these celestial objects are named Trifid, Horsehead & Crab
    $400 20
Despite its name, it's only 1 spice, though its berries' aroma does suggest cinnamon, nutmeg & cloves
    $400 17
If you plan to sell a Maserati or Ferrari, you won't find either car's values in this standard directory
    $400 29
Forbes magazine says in '88 this singer's estate earned $15 mil., making him top earner among dead celebrities
    $600 9
This social system prevalent in Europe in the middle ages was based on protection, not money
    $600 26
Gary Cooper won his "Best Actor" Oscar for "High Noon" & this heroic title role
    $600 1
Selenography is the science that deals with charting the surface features of this
    $600 16
The ancient Greeks used its leaves to crown winning athletes; today we use it to flavor meats & stews
    $600 13
It states it does not print notable folks in categories it considers too hazardous
    $600 25
Identity of the murderer of this naturalist, played in film by Sigourney Weaver, remains uncertain
    DD: $4,000 10
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales are "told" by a group of pilgrims on their way to this martyr's shrine
    $800 27
Film in which Robert Duvall challenged John Wayne: "I call that bold talk for a one-eyed fat man"
    $800 3
In 1801 Giuseppe Piazzi discovered Ceres, the 1st of these, between Mars & Jupiter
    $800 18
Golden-colored spice, sometimes called Indian saffron, it's one essential ingredient of curry powder
    $800 23
"Games Mother Never Taught You" is about these games
    $800 24
The song "The Ocean Burial" became this cowboy lament about choosing a burial place
    $1000 11
For 4 centuries, the glassmakers of this Italian city dominated the industry
    $1000 21
"A Shot in the Dark" was the follow-up to this 1964 Peter Sellers film
    DD: $1,000 5
Founded by King Charles II in 1675, it is located at Herstmonceux Castle in Sussex
    $1000 19
A cooking "club" might say this pound cake spice comes from the membrane surrounding the nutmeg seed
    $1000 14
James Thurber & this "Charlotte's Web" author co-wrote the 1929 spoof "Is Sex Necessary?"
    $1000 15
In 1988 this industrialist's widow, Kathleen, & 2nd wife, Christina, both contested his videotaped will

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris David Bill
$3,600 $7,400 $5,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of 2 famous patriots hiding in Lexington when Paul Revere warned "The British are coming"

Final scores:

Chris David Bill
$0 $11,100 $11,000
3rd place: Luggage from Giassi Luggage Works New champion: $11,100 2nd place: Scott Arts Graphic serigraph "The Dow Is Up" & La-Z-Boy recliner rocker chair

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris David Bill
$7,300 $7,400 $5,500
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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Game tape date: 1988-11-15
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