Show #1143 - Wednesday, July 19, 1989

1989 Senior Tournament semifinal game 3.
Missing first six clues.


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Elsie Taulman, a registered nurse from Stockton, California

Jim Friguglietti, a college professor from Billings, Montana

Max Hall, an advertising writer from Orlando, Florida

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Peter Scolari & Julia Duffy play the cutesy-poo yuppies on this sitcom
    $100 1
    $100 5
    $100 11
In current scientific parlance this expression would be "warm the ventricles of your heart"
    $100 18
Pet owners often buy their dogs & cats a special collar to protect them from fleas & these arachnids
    $100 26
"Bubbles In The Wine" plays
    $200 14
In "The Bride of Frankenstein", Elsa Lanchester played both the bride & this author
    $200 2
    $200 6
    $200 12
It was comedian Fred Allen, not the Indians, who 1st concluded the low man on this was least significant
    $200 19
Adult penguins commonly regurgitate to do this
    $200 27
"Auld Lang Syne" plays
    $300 23
Activist actress whose daughter Natasha Richardson starred in the 1988 film "Patty Hearst"
    $300 3
    $300 7
    $300 15
Dove hunters tying live birds to backless chairs for lures gave us this expression
    $300 20
Hookworms & pinworms are classed as these, from the Greek "nema", meaning thread
    $300 28
"Let's Dance" plays
    $400 24
In a '76 miniseries, both MacKenzie Phillips & Jane Alexander played this first lady at different ages
    $400 4
    $400 9
Tia Maria,
    $400 16
This phrase doesn't refer to Satan but to a plank on a ship from which you could easily fall
    $400 21
When they're adolescents, these salamanders are called efts
    $500 25
When John Gielgud played Hamlet in 1936, this "Birth of a Nation" star was his Ophelia
    $500 8
Rome has sealed off 25 acres for pedestrian traffic in the district named for this fountain
    $500 10
Remy Martin
    DD: $500 17
The original one was a youth given all punishment due England's crown prince
    $500 22
The horned toad isn't really a toad, it's one of these

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Max Jim Elsie
-$300 $1,100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Max Jim Elsie
$1,000 $1,200 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
He was emperor of Rome when a great fire destroyed much of the city in 64 A.D.
    $200 21
He taught Alexander the Great & founded the Lyceum
    $200 5
After escaping from the Chateau d'if, this Dumas hero punishes his enemies one by one
    $200 6
In 1814 the British offered this New Orleans pirate $30,000 & a captaincy if he would help them
    $200 13
The author of "True Grit" had this star of the movie in mind when he wrote the book
    $200 26
In most schools it's a perfect grade point average
    $400 9
The Edict of Nantes gave religious freedom to these Frenchmen
    $400 22
Milton, the brother of this president, was president of Kansas State, Penn State & Johns Hopkins
    $400 3
The adventures of Toad, Rat & Mole were featured in this 1908 Kenneth Grahame children's classic
    $400 7
Born Francesco Castiglia, only his hands were televised at the Kefauver hearings in the 1950s
    $400 14
This 1881 gun battle took less than 1 min. in real life but over 5 minutes on screen in 1957
    $400 27
Number of strings on a standard Spanish guitar
    $600 10
Between 1661-72 this French king established academies of dance & music
    $600 23
For 47 years this Massachusetts educator remained Helen Keller's teacher & companion
    $600 1
In this book Christian journeys from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City
    $600 18
Anna Sage, the woman who fingered John Dillinger for federal agents, was nicknamed this
    $600 15
William Boyd played this character in 66 films
    $800 11
After WWI, Germany's new republic was named for this city where its constitution was drawn up
    DD: $1,000 24
This Canadian communications professor was famous for his oft-quoted maxim "The medium is the message"
    $800 2
Before N. Webster, many people referred to his "Dictionary of the English Language" published in 1755
    $800 19
Fined just $5,000 for her actions, Sydney Biddle Barrows was called this in the press
    $800 16
In movie titles the name of this tribe precedes "Autumn" & "Social Club"
    $800 29
The Democrats countered the Whig campaign slogan "Who is James K. Polk?" with these nos. "or fight!"
    $1000 12
Dutch humanist priest & son of a priest, he wrote "The Praise of Folly" in 1509
    $1000 25
This "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" author founded the California Kindergarten Training School
    $1000 4
Scottish author whose "The Guns of Navarone" & "Ice Station Zebra" have been made into movies
    $1000 20
Venezuelan-born international terrorist Ilich Ramirez Sanchez is better known by this name
    $1000 17
He made nearly 60 Western films including "Wagon Master" & "The Searchers"
    DD: $2,000 28
Of the 3 "estates", the 1 designating the clergy in France & the Lords Spiritual in England

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Max Jim Elsie
$5,800 $6,600 $900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE '30s
2 of the 5 states in the Dust Bowl

Final scores:

Max Jim Elsie
$11,599 $13,100 $1,800
2nd place: $5,000 Finalist 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Max Jim Elsie
$7,800 $6,400 $900
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 1989-02-28
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