Show #1064 - Thursday, March 30, 1989

Jim Tompkins-MacLaine game 1.


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Jim Tompkins-MacLaine, a musician originally from Tiffin, Ohio

Alan Israel, a coin laundry owner from Redondo Beach, California

Hugh McElaney, a U.S. Air Force contract negotiator from Upton, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Kookie worked at Dino's Lounge, a restaurant next door to this address
    $100 7
Manhattan's longest street, one section of it is known as "The Great White Way"
    $100 2
Fed. standards require these have mattresses that fit snugly in the frame & slats no more than 2 3/8" apart
    $100 13
Although it hasn't been done since the early 1700s, the queen has the right to do this to legislation
    $100 23
Biggest market outside France for the genuine version of this is Britain; doesn't that pop your cork
    $100 15
In a letter on his discoveries, Amerigo Vespucci used the term "Mundus Novus", meaning this
    $200 3
A particularly forceful scoring shot in basketball
    $200 9
You'll probably get a kick out of seeing the Rockettes perform at this theater, their home
    $200 8
This body part accounts for 1/4 of a baby's height but only about 1/7 of an adult's body
    $200 18
Of Parliament's 2 houses, it is referred to as the upper house
    $200 24
In an August 1988 poll, 76% of adults said these sporting events improve cooperation among nations
    $200 16
Oh Cisco, it's the nickname of tennis star Richard Alonzo Gonzales
    $300 4
Slang for a diamond, or a type of handheld firework that emits tiny glittering flashes
    $300 11
It includes the homes of the NYC Ballet, the NYC Opera & the Juilliard School of Music
    $300 10
The La Leche League says this is the best food for infants
    $300 25
By order of popularity, the top 5 in L.A. are Lady, Max, Brandy, Duke & Rocky
    $300 17
The purse in the 1988 Monopoly World Championships was $15,140 for this reason
    DD: $500 5
Ency. Britannica says this is 1 of most frequently recorded pop songs of all time:
    $400 21
Famous as a literary hangout, this hotel bears the same name as the Indian tribe that once inhabited the area
    $400 12
A woman is in the best physical shape for pregnancy during this decade of her life
    $400 26
In a survey by Rolling Stone magazine, this Rolling Stones hit was the No. 1 single of the past 25 years
    $400 19
Varieties of this include the sugar & the Swiss chard
    $500 6
E.B. White wrote the classic cartoon caption "I say it's" this "and I say the hell with it"
    $500 22
In 1933 King Kong climbed the Empire State Building; in 1976 he climbed these twin skyscrapers
    $500 14
Baby Talk magazine says some babies may outgrow this clothing size before they are born
    $500 20
The capital of Nova Scotia was named after George Montagu Dunk, the 2nd Earl of this

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

Hugh Alan Jim
$500 $1,500 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hugh Alan Jim
$1,300 $800 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1867 this country returned to imperial rule under a teenager called Meiji
    $200 16
Oleg Cassini is perhaps most famous for designing clothes for this First Lady
    $200 26
Of AC, BC or DC, the current you get from a battery
    $200 14
According to the title of a 1969 Philip Roth novel, it's what Alexander Portnoy had
    $200 9
He played a "Good Neighbor" named "Sam"
    $200 3
The capital of Canada & the province in which it lies
    $400 2
This U.S. general was nicknamed "Black Jack" when he led black troops, not when he played cards
    $400 17
Adolfo is perhaps most famous for designing clothes for this First Lady
    $400 27
Darwin explained how the fittest of each species survived through this evolutionary process
    $400 19
In a Poe story, Roderick Usher had a visitor come to his house during this season
    $400 10
Broadway's "Sweet Charity", she was Magnum's mom on "Magnum, P.I."
    $400 5
Though called its "Maid", Joan just liberated this city, she didn't do windows
    $600 4
In 19th century America, she was known as "The Moses of Her People"
    $600 20
He owns a 13,000-acre spread in Colorado, the Double RL Ranch, named for himself & his wife, Ricky
    $600 23
When you repeat the twice-told tales he published in 1837, that makes them thrice-told
    $600 11
Before playing the psychic Tangina in this film, 4' 3" Zelda Rubinstein worked on a shrimp boat
    $600 7
The largest of the Ryukyu Islands, the U.S. still has bases on it
    $800 6
Cabinet member who was stabbed the same night Lincoln was shot
    $800 21
The daughter of a concentration camp survivor, she grew up in Brussels & married a prince
    DD: $3,000 24
This 1979 Norman Mailer novel has been compared to Truman Capote's "In Cold Blood"
    $800 12
Gregory Peck said his favorite role was Atticus Finch in this film that won him an Oscar
    DD: $800 8
Term for that part of the globe which includes the Pacific islands, Australia & New Zealand
    $1000 18
The supporters of this exiled Stuart king were known as Jacobites
    $1000 22
This svelte socialite was only 21 when she married 63-year-old conductor L. Stokowski
    $1000 25
Author of 1931's "Tragic America", he also wrote 1925's "An American Tragedy"
    $1000 13
She gained 25 pounds to play "Madame Sousatzka"
    $1000 15
This river forms part of the boundary between Colombia & Venezuela

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hugh Alan Jim
$2,100 $800 $9,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Headquartered near St. Paul, this company churns out the top-selling brand of butter in the U.S.

Final scores:

Hugh Alan Jim
$2,599 $0 $10,000
2nd place: Trip to the Guest Quarters Suite Hotel, Fort Lauderdale 3rd place: Whirlpool French Door refrigerator New champion: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Hugh Alan Jim
$5,100 $700 $10,200
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
27 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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Game tape date: 1988-12-06
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