Show #1059 - Thursday, March 23, 1989


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Ken Rapoport, a package designer originally from Cleveland, Ohio

Marisa Zanini, a lawyer from Toronto, Ontario

Alison Whitney, a preschool director and teacher from Orlando, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
The 7th Amendment says in federal common lawsuits valued over $20, you have the right to trial by this
    $100 11
Robert De Niro fans got a "bang" out of this 1973 film in which he played a dying baseball player
    $100 7
Named for an Indian tribe, it reached new heights when worn by "punks" of recent years
    $100 4
Sinclair Lewis' novel "It Can't Happen Here" depicts a Fascist takeover of this country
    $100 14
A papal letter is an encyclical & a papal decree is called this
    $100 1
Proverb containing a dietary habit that keeps the physician from paying a visit
    $200 10
If you've been released from jail "OR", it's on this condition
    $200 12
Elizabeth Taylor played the gutsy daughter of an English Channel swimmer in this "equine" classic
    $200 16
Worn by Elvis in the mid '50s, this hairdo was named for Louis XV's mistress
    $200 5
This autobiographical novel was Dickens' personal favorite
    $200 18
If you ever meet the pope, you should call him this
    $200 2
"What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander", but this "is another man's poison"
    $300 19
A 13th century English law made these 2 dates count as 1 for legal purposes
    $300 13
He played Canadian scull racer Ned Hanlan in 1986's "The Boy in Blue" before he was "Moonstruck"
    $300 17
A variation on the crew cut, or slang for an aircraft carrier
    $300 6
Some critics think his last, unfinished novel, "The Last Tycoon", was his best
    $300 3
"If you pay" this "you get monkeys"
    $400 20
If you swing & miss, it's assault; if you swing & connect, it's this
    $400 22
Tyrone Power was a macho matador in this 1941 remake of a Valentino classic, & that's no bull
    $400 26
French word for a large smooth roll or twist of hair worn by the nape of the neck
    $400 8
The owner of this Hawthorne title "house" is haunted by a curse: "God will give him blood to drink"
    $400 24
Campbell's might put this proverb on a sampler over the chef schedules at the factory
    $500 21
In legal terms it means "to give personal property to a person by (a) will"
    $500 23
Bonnie Bedelia spun Jeff Bridges' wheels playing this auto racing champ in "Heart Like a Wheel"
    DD: $500 15
Steinbeck novel whose title is found in the 1st line of Shakespeare's "Richard III"
    $500 25
According to the old rhyme, "Eat at pleasure, drink by" this

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

Alison Marisa Ken
$500 $800 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alison Marisa Ken
-$100 $0 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
This company's Brownie box camera was introduced in the U.S. in 1900
    $200 4
Traveller's Restaurant in Richmond, VA. is named for this general's horse
    $200 24
Bach wrote a cantata named for this breakfast beverage
    $200 7
Once a lard-processing center, the resort of Montego Bay is located on this Caribbean island
    $200 1
Varieties of this tallest wading bird include the sandhill & whooping
    $200 11
From 1956-1970 he ended most of his newscasts with "Goodnight David"
    $400 21
Coubertin, who conceived the modern Olympics, had the 1900 games held here, in his hometown
    DD: $1,400 13
La Jolla, Calif.'s Bed & Breakfast Inn was once the home of this composer who wrote the following:
    $400 27
In 1835 this Hungarian virtuoso ran off to Switz. with a married countess with whom he later had 3 kids
    $400 8
The largest Texas city wholly located on an island, Glen Campbell used it as the title of a 1969 hit song
    $400 2
Like a pelican, a frigate bird has one of these but only uses it to attract mates by inflating it
    $400 12
In the nursery rhyme, this line follows "Bye baby bunting"
    $600 22
This oldest member of the British royal family was born in 1900
    $600 14
This theme park is no longer home of Der Bakkers Bakery & the Tammy Faye Cosmetics Boutique
    $600 9
Island off the coast of Scotland famous for its tiny terriers
    $600 3
Lunch for a vulture, it sounds like luggage you take on the plane
    $600 17
KLSX in L.A. ran one of these in 1988 that sent listeners looking for 97.1 different items
    $800 25
The children's book, published in 1900, had the word "wonderful" in its title, but the 1939 MGM musical didn't
    $800 15
"Women in Love" with this author can visit his memorial near Taos, New Mexico
    DD: $1,000 10
The two largest islands in the Mediterranean, they both belong to Italy
    $800 5
The bill of the sicklebill, a species of this bird, exactly fits the shape of certain flowers
    $800 18
A plant seeker who's busy around Christmas, or a star of "Broadcast News"
    $1000 26
He lost the presidential race to McKinley for the 2nd time in a row
    $1000 23
You can see remarkable sandstone formations in Monument Valley on this Indian reservation
    $1000 20
Now a part of Indonesia, the Moluccas were once known by this zesty name
    $1000 6
The name of this family of birds is from their habit of running along beaches & whistling
    $1000 19
The president of the Chesapeake & Ohio RR founded this, the largest city in West Virginia

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alison Marisa Ken
$4,100 $4,600 $2,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The last member of a first family to have been married at the White House

Final scores:

Alison Marisa Ken
$8,100 $1,099 $200
2-day champion: $11,699 2nd place: Zenith Data Systems portable computer & GTE Walkmate telephone 3rd place: Casablanca ceiling fan

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Alison Marisa Ken
$4,100 $4,900 $1,200
16 R,
5 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $10,200

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Game tape date: 1988-12-05
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