Show #1068 - Wednesday, April 5, 1989

Jim Tompkins-MacLaine game 5.


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Carol Young, a stage manager originally from Easton, Connecticut

John Hobgood, a teacher from Wilson, North Carolina

Jim Tompkins-MacLaine, a musician originally from Tiffin, Ohio (whose 4-day cash winnings total $41,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

'50s TV
    $100 6
He commanded at 2nd Bull Run & is said to have devised a sport that later used a bullpen
    $100 8
The names of these 2 fruits are derived from "laimun", a Middle Eastern term for citrus
    $100 14
It has a short mane that extends from the back of the head over 6' down to the shoulders
    $100 10
Way up there, aeronautically speaking
    $100 1
When this series debuted in 1959, Jay North, the boy playing the lead, was 7
    $100 18
The 2 states that border Washington, D.C.
    $200 7
As a nurse she treated Burnside's boys; as an author she wrote "Jo's Boys"
    $200 9
World Book calls these wide, flat beans the most nutritious member of the pea family
    $200 20
Each arm of an octopus has 2 rows of these on it
    $200 16
Any author who's been dieting successfully
    $200 2
Phyllis Coates & Noel Neill both played this reporter
    $200 19
Directional name of the largest room in the White House
    $300 11
In his inaugural address in 1862, Jefferson Davis noted the fact that it was this president's birthday
    $300 28
Only fruit specifically mentioned by name in the biblical account of Adam & Eve
    $300 26
Animal featured in the title of Mark Twain's 1st collection of stories
    $300 17
A petrified femur
    $300 3
Family name of Jake, Molly, Sammy & Rosalie, who lived at 1030 E. Tremont Avenue in the Bronx
    $300 21
Created by Congress in 1846, it's called the "Attic of the Nation"
    $400 12
If you saw a Civil War soldier wigwagging a commander in the field he was doing this
    DD: $500 15
It spends the day almost completely submerged in water & comes out at night to graze
    $400 24
An azure oxford
    $400 4
In the '50s Chuck Connors was "The Rifleman" & he was "Peter Gunn"
    $400 22
555 feet, 5 1/8 inches
    $500 13
Head of intelligence under Gen. McClellan, after the war he went back to his detective agency
    $500 27
There's a national refuge specifically for herds of these animals near Jackson, Wyoming
    $500 25
If Jim Wright couldn't defeat Tip O' Neill at arm wrestling, he'd be this
    $500 5
He played Dr. Alex Stone on "The Donna Reed Show"
    $500 23
Famous ones in Washington include the National, the Corcoran & the Freer

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Jim John Carol
-$300 $500 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim John Carol
$1,400 $300 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And there have been a number of them!)
    $200 28
A year after WWII ended, Umberto II became king of this country -- but only for a month
    $200 6
To "nidify" means to make one of these, or so a little bird told us
    $200 1
Norma Zimmer sang back-up for Dale Evans on radio before becoming his "Champagne Lady" on television
    $200 2
This test pilot wrote his autobiography, "Press On!", with the help of Charles Leershen
    $200 11
Myologists would probably find Arnold Schwarzenegger interesting since they study these body parts
    $200 21
In 1940 he donated his life savings to Tuskegee to start a research foundation
    $400 25
The last Napoleon to rule France, he died in exile in 1873
    $400 7
An extinct feline noted for swordlike canines
    $400 3
Ozzie Nelson never recorded an album called "Blizzard of Ozz", but this singer did
    DD: $1,000 9
"Almost Golden" tells the story of this late golden-haired TV anchorwoman
    $400 17
The vitreous humor is a clear, transparent, jelly-like substance that allows this organ to hold its shape
    $400 22
In 1867 George Washington Julian helped prepare the articles of impeachment against him
    $600 26
After his 1st wife, Anastasia, died, this nefarious 16th century Russian married at least 5 others
    $600 12
Name shared by a soft fabric & the soft skin on developing deer antlers
    $600 4
Once married to Rita Coolidge, he's now the husband of attorney Lisa Meyers
    $600 10
This prime time actress finished writing "Prime Time" while unemployed during the writers' strike
    DD: $1,800 18
As its name indicates, the hepatic artery supplies this large organ with blood
    $600 23
George Washington Goethals supervised its building & was the zone's 1st governor
    $800 27
On Feb. 12, 1912, this country's "Last Emperor", a 6-year-old boy, announced his abdication
    $800 13
By definition, "anthropophagus" people do this, so stay out of their way
    $800 5
Proving he's not "Just a Gigolo", this Californian's heroes include Diana Vreeland & Coco Chanel
    $800 15
"Generation of Swine" is this gonzo journalist's commentary on the 1980s
    $800 19
Amylase is a class of enzymes that help convert this nutrient into malt sugar
    $800 24
This 6th president named his 1st son George Washington
    $1000 29
This pharaoh had over 100 children but still had time to pose for statues of himself built all over Egypt
    $1000 14
From the Latin "to kill", it means to shame or humiliate
    $1000 8
Willie Nelson wrote her hit song "Crazy" & was heard singing it in the movie about her, "Sweet Dreams"
    $1000 16
"The Lives of John Lennon" is an unauthorized bio of the musician by this author
    $1000 20
This small piece of cartilage serves as a lid over the larynx, keeping food from going down the wrong pipe
    $1000 30
They called him the George Washington of this country; Jose de San Martin also freed Chile & Peru

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim John Carol
$4,600 $3,900 $3,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The two Canadian provinces without coastlines

Final scores:

Jim John Carol
$1,400 $100 $3,200
2nd place: Trip to the U.S. Grant Hotel in San Diego 3rd place: Wallace Silversmiths 15-piece punch set New champion: $3,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim John Carol
$6,300 $3,300 $3,300
22 R
(including 1 DD),
9 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $12,900

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Game tape date: 1988-12-12
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