Show #1125 - Friday, June 23, 1989


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Dwight Moore, a deputy district attorney from Riverside, California

Martin Lee, a biostatistician originally from London, England

Bob Boyd, an Air Force officer from Redlands, California

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Spell the name that appears in quotation marks.)
    $100 1
Sally Field, Marlo Thomas & Cher were just a few of his celebrity supporters
    $100 13
On "The Jeffersons" it was Ralph; on "Rhoda", Carlton
    $100 2
QTest, Fact & ept are home test kits to test for this condition
    $100 11
According to the title of this 1963 No. 1 Hit by the Rooftop Singers, it's what you do before you "sit right down"
    $100 21
Some say the art of topiary gardening was invented in this empire by a friend of Augustus'
    $100 24
Singer "Joanie" Mitchell
    $200 3
The 2 vice-presidential candidates were senators from these states
    $200 15
Alice took messages for Mike, Carol, Cindy, Greg & the rest of this household
    $200 4
Egyptians used sodium carbonate, called natron, to do this to their dead
    $200 12
According to this 1973 Carly Simon song, "Lovin' You" is this
    $200 22
Heloise says that keeping a glass over your salt shaker will keep the salt from doing this
    $300 6
One of Bush's "hot button" issues was Dukakis' membership in this organization
    $300 16
Accordionist who had the longest-running prime time music series in the U.S.
    $300 5
Rags, preferably linen, were once commonly used to make this, now wood pulp is mostly used
    $300 14
This song from "Can-Can" begins "It's the wrong time and the wrong place"
    $300 23
Embroidery stitches will be more regular if the fabric is held taut in one of these
    $400 7
The keynote address at the GOP convention was delivered by this New Jersey governor
    DD: $500 17
This group of women dancers on "The Dean Martin Show" got their own series
    $400 9
A push-button distress signal onboard ships will soon eliminate the need for this type of code
    $400 19
"Nocturnally" speaking, this 1977 song was Jennifer Warnes' 1st Top 10 Hit
    $400 25
This woodwind instrument has been described as "a clarinet with a cold in its chest"
    $500 8
Democrat who took Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia, Mississippi & Virginia on "Super Tuesday"
    $500 18
Like "Ironside" & "McMillan & Wife", "Hooperman" is set in this city
    $500 10
Word coined in the '40s meaning the operation of machines performing tasks that humans once did
    $500 20
In this 1962 Johnny Tillotson hit, he continues to suffer anguish "Since You've Gone"

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

Bob Martin Dwight
$1,300 $900 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Martin Dwight
$1,500 $2,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Hawaii's Bishop Museum was founded as a memorial to the last direct descendant of this king
    $200 23
This company's "Special Request" soups contain 1/3 less salt than its regular soups
    $200 16
He wrote a novel called "The Great American Novel" a few years after "Portnoy's Complaint"
    $200 21
Some of these animals are placed in wire cages to protect them while they're making pearls
    $200 10
When this is cast on election day, you express your wish or vow, the original Latin meaning
    $200 1
As chancellor of Germany from 1871-90, he forged an empire
    $400 7
Petersen House, where Lincoln died, is across the street from this other famous building
    $400 30
Thick cream that contains at least 36% milk fat is known by this "weighty" term
    $400 17
This author of "Brave New World" was the great-nephew of the poet Matthew Arnold
    $400 22
19th century black mourning jewelry was made from a glassy form of this fossil fuel
    $400 12
The name of this snake comes from the Portuguese for "hooded snake"
    $400 3
In the mid 16th c. this country's king forbad the use of Turkish baths by the Moors
    $600 8
USA Today reports they're the USA's fastest growing ethnic group
    $600 29
This nut confection is also called "marchpane"
    $600 18
For a time in his youth, Truman Capote lived next door to this author of "To Kill a Mockingbird"
    $600 24
At 563 carats, "the Star of" this country is the largest fine blue star sapphire in the world
    $600 13
This practice of giving important jobs to relatives came from a Latin word meaning "nephew"
    $600 4
When Henry II tried to take control of the church in England, this archbishop fought him
    DD: $1,000 9
This northeast state is the only state whose name is a homophone of a common word
    $800 28
Though its name says it's Russian, the Charlotte Russe was created in this country
    $800 19
He served as a U.S. consul to Germany & Scotland after he wrote "The Luck of Roaring Camp"
    $800 25
This popular diamond setting was introduced by Louis Comfort's father in 1870
    $800 14
Because scenes of tales were printed on the various levels of building, the levels were called this
    $800 5
While Luther was protesting the sale of these in Germany, Zwingli was doing the same in Switzerland
    $1000 11
This southeast state is fringed by a long chain of sandbars called the Outer Banks
    $1000 27
You need to add this to white sauce if you want to make Mornay sauce
    $1000 20
The French gave her a Legion of Honor Award for WWI aid to the Allies years after she wrote "Ethan Frome"
    DD: $1,000 26
Named for a Russian czar, it's one of the birthstones worn by people born in June
    $1000 15
Striking clocks in Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" is an example of this from Greek for "backwards" & "time"
    $1000 6
This lengthy war began in 1618 when revolting guilds of Prague threw aides of Fredinand II out the window

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Martin Dwight
$5,500 $3,400 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On May 25, 1973 it took the crew in an Apollo capsule 9 tries to dock with this craft

Final scores:

Bob Martin Dwight
$11,000 $4,000 $2,999
New champion: $11,000 2nd place: a trip on Delta to Mexico & stay at Krystal Ixtapa 3rd place: Alsy quartet of lamps

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob Martin Dwight
$5,500 $4,300 $6,800
15 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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Game tape date: 1989-02-14
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