Show #1061 - Monday, March 27, 1989


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Sara Leiber McKinney, a teacher originally from Yonkers, New York

Art Burke, an analyst from Lenexa, Kansas

Craig Campbell, an advertising executive from Victorville, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $999)

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Jeopardy! Round

20th C. QUOTES
(Alex: These are plot breakdowns as they appeared in TV Guide and all you have to do is to identify the correct TV series or program.)
    $100 22
A remark attributed to Eldridge Cleaver states, "You're either part of the solution or part of" this
    $100 17
Leonard Rosenberg changed his name to this before he played Felix Unger
    $100 12
The zoo in this city is the only one funded by the federal government
    $100 11
In 1637 the 1st public opera house opened in this country
    $100 1
French for "kitchen" or "cookery", it's a general term applied to cooking
    $100 6
"Potter assumes command of the 4077th."
    $200 23
In a 1969 speech, he was 1st to refer to "The Great Silent Majority"
    $200 18
Paula Ragusa, also known as Mrs. Richard Benjamin
    $200 13
The "Garden of Intelligence" was a zoo built by this country's emperor about 1000 B.C.
    $200 27
In the opera "Salome", he is imprisoned in a cistern in the courtyard of Herod's palace
    $200 2
To cook the country version of this meat, begin by soaking it in cold water for 24 to 36 hours
    $200 7
"A beloved cab & Jim's predictions are some of the memories recalled by the cabbies."
    $300 24
This clergyman wrote from a Birmingham jail, "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere"
    $300 19
After changing their names, funny brothers Moses & Jerome Horwitz became 2/3 of this movie trio
    $300 14
This west coast zoo is the only zoo in the U.S. to have rare golden monkeys & monal pheasants from China
    $300 28
Madame Butterfly, Lakme & Tosca all do this as their final act in the final act
    $300 3
As a topping for quick creamed broccoli, "Joy of Cooking" says to crush this breakfast cereal
    $300 8
"Horshack's refusal to dissect frogs may make him fail biology."
    $400 25
Establishing scholarships in his will he said, "Educational relations make the strongest tie"
    $400 20
Born Paul Rubenfeld, he uses the name Paul Reubens as creator of this character
    $400 15
In 1907 zoos began utilizing this feature of medieval castles to separate animals from patrons
    $400 29
According to Rossini, his Swiss patriot pals included Arnold & Walter Furst
    $400 4
French spread made from goose livers marinated in cognac
    DD: $300 9
"A private eye invents a male boss to lure clients reluctant to hire a woman."
    $500 26
This famed WWII correspondent stated, "I write from the worm's-eye point of view"
    $500 21
24-year-old Janis Fink was billed on the label of "At Seventeen" under this name
    $500 16
Back in 1950 he began hosting TV's "Zoo Parade" from Chicago
    $500 30
Escamillo's occupation in "Carmen"
    $500 5
Closely related to marjoram, this common green spice is used in Italian cooking
    $500 10
"Hart & his classmates face graduation & career decisions while the freshmen face finals."

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Craig Art Sara
$200 $1,300 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Craig Art Sara
$2,500 $1,200 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
The daughter of missionaries, she married a missionary before writing "The Good Earth"
    $200 18
Completes the title of the 1855 Charles Kingsley novel "Westward..."
    $200 13
In Great Britain, dogfish shark is an ingredient in this popular fast food duo
    $200 23
Gene Kelly directed this Rodgers & Hammerstein musical set in San Francisco's Chinatown
    $200 1
Some say this state's lower peninsula is shaped like a mitten
    $200 3
For a rocket it follows 3... 2... 1...
    $400 9
Edward Douglass White held this post just before William Howard Taft
    $400 19
Percy Shelley wrote of him "Unbound" & his wife Mary Shelley likened her "Frankenstein" to him
    $400 14
Sharks that can go for weeks without eating are believed to live off oil stored in this organ
    $400 2
Though its name means "mountain", this state has the lowest avg. elevation of the Rocky Mountain states
    $400 4
What the "LO" stands for in the name of the musical group ELO
    $600 10
The Beauvoir Plantation at Biloxi, Miss. was the final home of this former president
    $600 20
This ship featured Stubb as 2nd mate, Starbuck as 1st mate & Queequeg as the harpooner
    $600 15
The Chinese dry this part of the shark & use it in soup
    $600 24
In 1988 this Fats Waller musical returned to Broadway with its original 1978 cast
    $600 5
Almost 70% of this state's population lives within 30 miles of the Snake River
    $600 25
In 1984 London's West End Theater Awards were renamed for this actor
    DD: $1,500 11
When replacing this envoy to France, Jefferson said, "I succeed him; no one can replace him"
    $800 21
Among this author's title Toms are Thumb & Jones
    $800 16
This type of shark is the most dreaded of all
    $800 6
The N.Y. Times said Vidalia onions grown in this state are "The nation's sweetest & most expensive"
    $800 26
Popular desk top item used in many mysteries as a murder weapon
    $1000 12
In 1806 this Kentucky lawyer & orator represented Aaron Burr before a grand jury
    $1000 22
City in which you'd find Vicki Baum's "Grand Hotel"
    $1000 17
The nostrils & eyes of this species are at the ends of its enlarged, flat head for which it is named
    $1000 28
Leonard Bernstein musical in which 3 sailors tour New York with Miss Turnstiles
    $1000 7
Michael Castle, governor of this state, quips it has "3 counties at low tide and 2 counties at high"
    $1000 27
Located in the Florida Everglades, it's the largest landlocked body of fresh water in the U.S.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Craig Art Sara
$4,900 $4,900 $5,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the most volcanic country in the world

Final scores:

Craig Art Sara
$9,800 $9,798 $1,599
2-day champion: $10,799 2nd place: Sam Moore Furniture trio of chairs & Jean Roulet desk clock 3rd place: Smith Corona PWP 40 word processor

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Craig Art Sara
$4,900 $4,300 $5,700
18 R,
5 W
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
21 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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Game tape date: 1988-12-06
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