Show #1085 - Friday, April 28, 1989

Bruce Cox game 1.


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Tom Callan, an optometrist from Walnut Creek, California

Bruce Cox, an analyst from Lakeside, California

Phyllis Massengale, an accountant from San Antonio, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 25
The Constitution states this man shall be president of the Senate
    $100 16
Late musician who had a piano-shaped ring & matching wristwatch
    $100 3
A new law in N.Y. says you may not be able to sue the resort if you run into a tree while doing this
    $100 11
He was born Dino Crocetti, not Dino Martini
    $100 1
This Chinese detective made his 1st appearance in 1925 in "The House Without a Key"
    $100 20
A monastery run by an abbot, or a convent run by an abbess
    $200 26
In 1954 these 2 words were added to the Pledge of Allegiance
    $200 17
Jewelry of this color became popular with older ladies during Queen Victoria's widowhood
    $200 5
A "kegler" is a person who participates in this sport
    $200 12
Robert Zimmerman legally changed his name to this
    $200 2
Morgiana, this man's female slave, killed the 40 thieves by pouring boiling oil on them
    $200 21
This adjective can describe unrefined table manners or unrefined oil
    $300 27
The 23rd Amendment gave them the vote in presidential elections if they were at least 21
    $300 18
It was the father who opened the jewelry store & the son who made the famous lampshades
    $300 8
Coach associated with the motto: "Winning isn't everything: it's the only thing"
    DD: $1,300 13
Singing sisters born Loretta & Brenda Gail Webb
    $300 4
The villain of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" isn't a southerner, he's from Vermont
    $300 22
This word can precede plant, tool or of attorney
    $400 29
Only this government body can vote to impeach a president
    $400 19
A knot named for this Greek "labor"er was used in ancient jewelry for its magic powers
    $400 9
Nationality of the Olympic boxer who stayed a record 67 minutes in the ring for a sit-down protest
    $400 14
Though it may be "news" to you, his real name is Hugh Cregg
    $400 6
He created dapper Nick Charles & hard-boiled Sam Spade
    $400 23
An archaic interjection used to express surprise, it still means "to wed"
    $500 30
For that map you want of coal beds in eastern Kentucky, write to the U.S.G.S., which is this
    $500 28
These irregularly shaped pearls were named for an elaborate 17th century style of art
    $500 10
This Boston 3rd baseman has had at least 200 hits in each of the last 6 seasons
    $500 15
His real name is Sidney Liebowitz, & his wife's original family name was Gormezano
    $500 7
This Thomas Hardy heroine becomes the mistress of a fanatic preacher named Alec
    $500 24
You might find one of these in a poker game or in a litter box

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Phyllis Bruce Tom
$1,400 $4,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phyllis Bruce Tom
$3,300 $5,300 -$300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
Legendary "old" nursery rhyme ruler, he may have been a real king of England in the 3rd century
    $200 14
Parts of the Taj Mahal are inscribed with verses from this Muslim holy book
    $200 21
If you're served "afters", you've received this course, of course
    $200 1
Event of which Longfellow wrote, "The fate of a nation was riding that night"
    $200 6
She married actors Lew Ayres & Jacques Bergerac but not her partner Fred Astaire
    $200 20
This cape extends like an elbow on the Massachusetts coastline
    $400 13
Tawny-haired house spirits in Scottish lore, we don't know if they get points for the chores they do
    $400 15
Elvis' childhood home can be seen in Elvis Presley Park in this city
    $400 22
A big dipper isn't an ice cream dispenser but one of these amusement park rides
    $400 2
This "real estate deal" brought the U.S. all or part of at least 13 future states
    $400 7
She was Mrs. Andre Previn for 9 years
    $400 9
In 1957 the 1st intermediate range ballistic missile was fired from here
    $600 16
He was the Roman god of both agriculture & war
    $600 17
The tallest tower in the U.S., high as a 230-story building, is found in N.D. & used for this
    $600 23
Ta-Ta means good-bye, & ta means this
    $600 3
McLean House in Virginia was the site of this 1865 event
    $600 8
Matriarch of "The Big Valley" who married Frank Fay & Robert Taylor
    $600 24
Known for its Victorian houses, Cape May, on this state's shore, is one of the oldest U.S. resorts
    $800 27
In Greek myth, Endymion was frequently visited by the goddess Selene while he did this in a cave
    $800 18
It's the largest inhabited castle in England
    $800 29
This "king" is a pushcart peddler known for his button-studded outfit
    $800 4
Last Southeastern state to join the Union, it didn't enter until 1845
    DD: $3,300 10
He's been married to former nightclub singer Dolores Reade since 1934
    $800 25
If you sail from Cape Fear to Cape Lookout to Cape Hatteras, you've gone along this state's coast
    $1000 28
In 15th C. English & Welsh legend, she's queen of the fairies; Shakespeare mentions her in "Romeo & "Juliet"
    DD: $1,250 19
If you face Mount Rushmore & look from left to right, the presidents' faces are in this order
    $1000 5
The river on which "Fulton's Folly" made its historic 32-hour voyage
    $1000 11
This actor has married 3 actresses: Ruby Johnston, Carol Rossen & Dixie Carter
    $1000 26
The northernmost cape in the U.S. is this point north of the northernmost town

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phyllis Bruce Tom
$6,800 $9,250 $300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The 1st part of this classic 1959 comedy is set in Chicago in February 1929

Final scores:

Phyllis Bruce Tom
$13,600 $13,650 $200
2nd place: Zenith Data Systems Supersport portable computer & Olympia desktop EC-2000 calculator New champion: $13,650 3rd place: Berkline Supermotion wall-away sofa

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Phyllis Bruce Tom
$4,300 $9,500 $300
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
27 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
3 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,100

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Game tape date: 1988-12-20
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