Show #1065 - Friday, March 31, 1989

Jim Tompkins-MacLaine game 2.


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Colleen Simon, a real estate broker from Villa Park, California

Phil Gibbons, a salesman from Hermosa Beach, California

Jim Tompkins-MacLaine, a musician originally from Tiffin, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: No, that's not a new television game show -- the reference is to cartoons.)
    $100 4
A boy who bears a bride's train, or a bellboy calling out a name
    $100 23
The passage of blood around a valve not entirely shut causes a sound called this
    $100 2
Projectile common to British pubs & tranquilizer guns
    $100 3
In 1964 the Beatles exclaimed, "She's in love with me and I feel" this
    $100 1
Sunette has been approved by the FDA to be used for this purpose in chewing gum & drink mixes
    $100 16
Porcine character who m-m-m-made his d-d-d-debut in 1935's "I Haven't Got a Hat"
    $200 17
The Bible is a "good" example of one
    $200 24
Blood entering the right side of the heart contains this gas; blood leaving the left side doesn't
    $200 10
Title of a 1987 Stanley Kubrick film; a bullet that has one keeps its shape when striking a target
    $200 9
In her 1971 hit, Carole King sang that she felt this under her feet
    $200 5
Though usually associated with red beets, this E. European soup can also be made with other vegetables
    $200 18
We 1st met him in "Pinocchio" sitting on a match holder & singing "When You Wish Upon a Star"
    $300 26
Twilight time
    $300 25
To the nearest pound, it's the weight of the average adult male heart
    $300 12
1959 was the 1st model year for the M60, one of these weighing 48 tons
    $300 11
"Strollin' in the park, watchin' winter turn to spring...that's the time" Roberta Flack felt like doin' this
    $300 6
C. Everett Koop called this class of food that includes oils the main cause of disease in the U.S. diet
    $300 19
They worked as waiters in "Mary Poppins" & "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" -- tuxedos & all
    $400 27
In contrast to systole, it's the phase of the heartbeat cycle when the heart fills with blood
    $400 13
Type of comedy named for a noisy board with which clowns or vaudeville comics whack each other
    $400 14
In his biggest hit, Guy Mitchell sang he "never felt more like" doing this, the song's title
    DD: $300 7
Pickle Packers International says the most popular variety of pickled peppers is this Mexican type
    $400 20
He entices Bambi onto the pond saying, "C'mon! The water's stiff!"
    $500 28
On "Emergency!", Gage always warned DeSoto to "Stand back!" just before using this
    $500 22
Slang for a small gun, it could also be a straw used as a blowgun
    $500 15
In 1975 Morris Albert "wo wo wo"ed his way onto the pop charts with this hit
    $500 8
This hard-shelled high calorie nut, native to Australia, is also called the Queensland nut
    $500 21
Introduced in '48, their species names were "Accelerati incredibulis" & "Carnivorous vulgaris"

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

Jim Phil Colleen
$1,400 $900 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Phil Colleen
$2,900 $1,200 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That sounds fun!)
    $200 1
Among 100s she had executed during her reign were the Duke of Norfolk, the Earl of Essex & Mary Stuart
    $200 24
From Greek for "hour observer", it's a diagram of the planets at any given moment
    $200 6
The speed at which a record moves on a turntable is measured in these
    $200 2
J.R. Ewing would be upset to hear that in 1988 this state led the nation in most bank failures
    $200 5
A lady almost always wore these coverings on her hands, even indoors
    $200 21
For almost 700 years, they were national military dictators of Japan
    $400 4
Believing South America could be rounded as Africa had been, he set out in 1519 & did it
    $400 27
The key word of this sun sign is "equilibrium"
    $400 16
You can make 1 by enclosing an electrical coil of wire, a magnet & a paper cone in a box
    $400 3
State with the most telephone area codes
    $400 10
In the 1880s it was fashionable to wear fur cuffs to match this hand accessory
    $400 22
Slang for sleep
    $600 7
The entire 1st century A.D. falls into this, the time of "Roman Peace"
    $600 28
2 of the 3 earth signs
    $600 17
From 20 to 20,000 vibrations per second
    $600 13
For $50, credit cards accepted, you can be incorporated in this state within 24 hours
    DD: $1,000 11
3 natural fibers from which Victorian clothes were made
    $600 23
It's an onion's cousin
    $800 8
Europeans corrupted the name of the Mongol leader Timur the Lame, changing it to this
    $800 29
Abe Lincoln's response to Mary had she said, "Hi, I'm a Sagittarius, what's your sign?"
    $800 18
Architectural branch of this science deals with providing good conditions for hearing speech & music
    $800 14
This "Granite State" has the lowest unemployment rate in the U.S.
    $800 12
This frame common in the 1870s & 1890s was a way to hitch up bulky walking skirts
    $800 25
Names of early forms of this game include slidegroat & shovepenny
    $1000 9
In the 13th century this Italian gold coin became a monetary standard for Europe
    $1000 19
These are defined as the overtones of the fundamental note
    DD: $1,200 15
2 of the 3 states that touch both the Mississippi River & a Great Lake
    $1000 20
South African farms were the main source of these decorative trimmings
    $1000 26
This composer & jazz pianist doesn't put many people to sleep with his "Lullaby of Birdland"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Phil Colleen
$7,900 $5,600 $4,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The son of an actor, he won 4 Pulitzer Prizes for Drama, more than any other playwright

Final scores:

Jim Phil Colleen
$11,201 $11,199 $8,800
2-day champion: $21,201 2nd place: Lehigh bedroom furniture & Normans of Salisbury bedding ensemble 3rd place: Designer glass from Stained Glass Overlay

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jim Phil Colleen
$7,900 $5,400 $4,300
22 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,600

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Game tape date: 1988-12-06
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