Show #1107 - Tuesday, May 30, 1989


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Nancy Dorn, a housewife from Denver, Colorado

Morgan Spector, an attorney originally from Los Angeles, California

Robert Windeler, a writer from Beverly Hills, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
It's frequently said that March comes in like a lion & goes out like this animal
    $100 21
Iroquois villages were often surrounded by these water barriers
    $100 16
Perhaps the most important European contribution to wine since Roman days was the use of this stopper
    $100 4
Times off from work, or falling objects in the fall
    $100 11
Folksy actor who's played Andy Thompson, Andy Sawyer & Andy Taylor--as well as Ben Matlock
    $100 23
The good-hearted elephant who heard a "Who" & hatched an egg
    DD: $300 2
On March 26, 1955 this "Ballad" hit No. 1 on the charts & stayed there for 5 weeks:

"Born on a mountain top in Tennessee /
Greenest state in the land of the free /
Raised in the woods so he knew ev'ry tree /
Kilt him a b'ar when he was only three..."
    $200 22
During the Revolutionary War, the Cherokee fought for this side
    $200 17
It's this gas that makes crackling rosé crackle
    $200 5
A narrow strip of land that juts into water, or the rod stuck through meat to be broiled
    $200 12
Emmy-winning actress who played Kunta Kinte's mother, M. L. King's wife & Miss Jane Pittman
    $200 24
"And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street", which was rejected 28 times
    $300 3
March 19 is the traditional day the swallows return to this California mission
    $300 28
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has been an arm of this government department since 1849
    $300 18
The Palomino grape is the classic variety used in making this fortified Spanish wine
    $300 6
The banner that sets apart one beauty queen from another, or the frame in which a window-pane is set
    $300 13
Her best-known characters are man-hungry Sue Ann Nivens & just-plain-batty Rose Nylund
    $300 25
Famous for his 500 hats, he saved a kingdom from gooey, green, destructive oobleck
    $400 9
According to the Julian calendar, Caesar died on this day in 44 B.C.
    $400 29
The birth of her son, Baptiste, was recorded by Meriwether Lewis February 11, 1805
    $400 19
Lacrima Christi, or "tears of Christ", is made from grapes grown on this Italian volcano
    $400 7
As an adjective it means fast of foot, as a noun a group of taxicabs or warships
    $400 14
"Dallas" star who also starred as Mark Harris, "The Man from Atlantis"
    $400 26
Dr. Seuss created this Oscar-winning cartoon character who made sounds like "boing"
    $500 10
This used to be Inauguration Day in the U.S. until the 20th Amendment changed it to January 20
    $500 30
A city near Detroit is named for this Ottawa chief who united the Great Lakes tribes in 1763
    $500 20
If you watch "Falcon Crest" you may know all true Chianti wines come from this Italian region
    $500 8
A metal pan for holding charcoal, or someone who works in brass
    $500 15
She's played Prymaat, mother of Connie Conehead & Allie, mother of Jennie & Chip Lowell
    $500 27
When Dr. Seuss got an honorary degree, the audience quoted from this book about Sam-I-Am

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

Robert Morgan Nancy
$2,200 $300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Morgan Nancy
$4,500 $900 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
Though he was a real military leader, Longfellow's poem about his "Courtship" is fictitious
    $200 9
Special Report is a series of magazines specifically designed for waiting rooms of these people
    $200 1
Though the city is now known as Beijing, this dog isn't called a Beijingese
    $200 12
A peneplain is a once hilly or mountainous area that has almost been leveled by this process
    $200 26
In 1974 it became the only official language of Canada's Quebec province
    $200 2
In "South Pacific", you'll hear this island "call you: come away, come away"
    $400 21
The rich could afford to buy this sweetener, but ordinary folk were stuck with molasses & honey
    $400 18
Believing folks liked pictures more than print, Gardner Cowles Jr. started this magazine
    $400 5
A small dog with a short nose, or the character Robert Mitchum played in "War & Remembrance"
    $400 13
Nickname for the circum-Pacific belt where 3/4 of all the world's earthquakes occur
    $400 3
In "My Fair Lady", Freddy felt this high when walking "On The Street Where You Live"
    $600 23
It was a wooden framework used to expose people to ridicule
    $600 19
In 1987 the international edition of this extinct NYC paper celebrated its 100th birthday
    $600 6
Dark-tongued doggie whose name is a synonym for "food"
    $600 14
This European island's largest glacier, Vatnajökull, is as big as all other glaciers in Europe combined
    $600 4
In "September Song", this month, not October, follows September
    $800 24
Limners were itinerant ones who usually had little formal training
    $800 20
The 1st Chinese issue of this French fashion magazine debuted in 1988
    $800 10
In its native Tibet it's called "Apso Seng Kye", which means "bark lion sentry dog"
    $800 15
The 3 fuels formed of fossilized organic matter & known as "fossil fuels"
    $800 7
Anthony Newley sang, "Why can't I fall in love like any other man and maybe then I'll know" this
    $1000 25
Anne Bradstreet, a Puritan, & Phillis Wheatley, a Black slave, both became famous by writing these
    $1000 22
This national weekly paper calls itself "America's family publication"
    $1000 11
It's also called "the barkless dog of Africa"
    $1000 16
Deposits of lime shells from protozoans form the primary ingredient of this sedimentary rock
    DD: $600 8
The "Music Man" instrument "having his big fat say" in "76 Trombones"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Morgan Nancy
$6,300 $1,900 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She became the only monarch to appear on a U.S. coin, when a commemorative quarter was issued in 1893

Final scores:

Robert Morgan Nancy
$7,601 $1,800 $0
2-day champion: $13,701 2nd place: Merillat oak modular shelving system & Baldwin Brass accessories + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger 3rd place: Skyway luggage + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robert Morgan Nancy
$6,600 $1,900 $3,800
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
12 R,
4 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $12,300

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Game tape date: 1989-02-06
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