Show #1088 - Wednesday, May 3, 1989

Bruce Cox game 4.


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Mark Moral, an Air Force technical sergeant from Fayetteville, North Carolina

Peggy Deschamps, an accountant from Fairfield, California

Bruce Cox, an analyst from Lakeside, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $36,650)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
The Gobi Desert, with less than 3 people per square mile, is in both the inner & outer parts of this
    $100 14
He & Loni adopted a baby boy in 1988
    $100 26
Shakespeare addressed most of these poems to an unidentified nobleman, not to the "Dark Lady"
    $100 21
An organ of touch for cats, for Mr. Claus they're just "as white as the snow"
    $100 1
She's won 4 Tonys for her Broadway roles, but, so far, not one Emmy for "Murder, She Wrote"
    $100 9
Mike Stivic, according to Archie Bunker
    $200 4
If the icecap on this largest island in the world melted, world sea levels would rise about 20 feet
    $200 15
When this couple married, Debbie Allen was maid of honor & Bill Cosby gave the bride away
    $200 27
Milton wrote about his own blindness as well as this biblical hero's
    $200 22
Sorry Charlie, Star-Kist wants tuna that do this
    $200 2
This Raymond Burr character had been shot in the spine by a would-be assassin
    $200 12
In the comics, the last name of this Riverdale teen is Jones
    $300 5
Le Havre, St.-Malo & Cherbourg are port cities on this arm of the Atlantic Ocean
    $300 16
This clarinetist & big band leader married A.H. Duckworth, a great-great-granddaughter of C. Vanderbilt
    $300 28
Thomas Hood saw this season "in the misty morn"
    $300 23
You may have guessed that intuition is called this sense, numerically speaking
    $300 8
Every show began with a murder that was neatly solved by this sloppy detective
    $300 13
A New England or Manhattan oaf who's gone from soup to nuts
    DD: $500 6
If you cross the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain, you'd arrive in this African country
    $400 17
This "Good Morning America" co-host lives on the campus of a private school where his wife is headmistress
    $400 29
A witch named Cutty Sark pulls a mare's tail off in his poem "Tam O'Shanter"
    $400 24
Oyez! Oyez! Oyez! "Oyez" is simply Anglo-French for this courtroom phrase
    $400 10
This former Miss America played Buddy Ebsen's daughter-in-law on "Barnaby Jones"
    $400 18
Paul Winchell had a hand in this Smiff
    $500 7
1 of the 2 names for the body of water that separates Baja California from the Mexican mainland
    $500 20
For decades this "Fantasy Island' star has been happily married to Loretta Young's sister, Georgiana
    $500 25
Irish wolfhounds were bred to hunt by this sense
    $500 11
In his 1st & last major TV role, he played Inspector Steve Keller on "The Streets of San Francisco"
    $500 19
It's from the Dutch for "numbskull"

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

Bruce Peggy Mark
$1,500 $1,400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Peggy Mark
$3,500 $1,600 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE '60s
    $200 26
His comedy "Private Lives" is set entirely in France, not in England
    $200 1
Belgium granted this African colony independence in 1960 & in 1963 pledged $1 billion in aid
    $200 6
Number of strings on a mandolin, it's 2 more than on a guitar
    $200 12
Ex-Australian who managed to come up with oh... $3 billion to buy TV Guide
    $200 11
When applying for a passport you must have 2 of these, 2 inches square with a plain white background
    $200 19
Island on which Carlo & Letizia Bonaparte changed son Napoleon's nappies
    $400 27
In this nostalgic musical, the Pink Ladies are a girls' gang, not a bunch of cocktails
    $400 2
In 1968 R. Daley said they're "not here to create disorder, (they're) here to preserve disorder"
    $400 7
In musical notation there are this many horizontal lines on a staff
    $400 13
This romance author has a Golden Eagle division with action-adventure books aimed at men
    $400 14
This former penal colony off the coast of French Guiana is now open to tourists
    $400 20
Though the cause of death is uncertain, we do know Napoleon died on this island
    $600 28
"The Playboy of the Western World" is set in this western European country
    DD: $1,000 3
Twelve-year-old who had the following hit in 1963:
    $600 8
Minimum number of notes in a chord
    $600 15
In August 1987, this rock music magazine spun off from Penthouse International
    $600 18
Cafes, open-air theaters & an amusement park are scattered among these Copenhagen flower gardens
    $600 21
Louis XVIII noted on his return to power July 8, 1815 that Napoleon had kept him out this many days
    $800 29
He won the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for his play "Glengarry Glen Ross"
    $800 4
Fillmore East was in New York & Fillmore West was in this city
    $800 9
Number of flags on the stem of a sixteenth note
    DD: $500 16
He was the founder of the largest newspaper chain in the USA today
    $800 24
The name of this major Mexican tourist attraction means "Mouth of the Wells of the Itza Tribe"
    $800 22
Napoleon assembled the "Grande Armee" in Boulogne, threatening to invade this country
    $1000 5
During his incarceration in Folsom Prison he wrote "Soul on Ice"
    $1000 10
Number of different letters of the alphabet we use to denote notes
    $1000 17
He ran the Wall Street Journal from 1901 to 1928 & in 1921 began a magazine he named after himself
    $1000 25
The world's only full-scale replica of the Parthenon is in this state capital
    $1000 23
He painted a huge scene of Napoleon's coronation -- with no dead people in tubs

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Peggy Mark
$8,000 $3,800 $3,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

At the request of the king of England, Pope Innocent III annulled this in 1215

Final scores:

Bruce Peggy Mark
$8,250 $199 $7,398
4-day champion: $44,900 3rd place: DIA recliner chair 2nd place: Trip to Washington, D.C.

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bruce Peggy Mark
$8,300 $3,700 $3,300
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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Game tape date: 1989-01-30
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