Show #1222 - Tuesday, December 19, 1989

Jeff Bandman game 1.
Missing introductions.


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Julie Meyers, an accountant from Alhambra, California

Jeff Bandman, a lawyer from La Jolla, California

Lea Hall, a real estate agent from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
To diversify from tobacco products, in 1964 Liggett & Myers bought the co. making this dog food
    $100 7
The Hyades were sisters who became a cluster of these, just like their sisters the Pleiades
    $100 8
Dodger shortstop Harold Reese was known by this diminutive nickname
    $100 2
Geologically speaking, "vulcanian" doesn't refer to Mr. Spock but to one of these
    $100 29
"Time" described "King of the Night" as "a scandal-mongering biography" of this talk show host
    $100 1
According to a Gene Autry hit, "One foggy Christmas Eve, Santa came to say" this
    $200 16
In 1959 the 1st 7 of these were selected from hundreds of military test pilots
    $200 9
As you might expect, Urania was the muse of this science
    $200 12
Not only a neighborhood tough, but also a term for a face-off in a field hockey game
    $200 3
To dish out swill to your hogs, or the swill itself
    DD: $1,500 22
Latin title of the following song sung here by Bing Crosby:

"O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant / O come..."
    $300 17
Though fined $100 for voting in New York, she never paid it
    $300 10
Mountain nymphs are called Oreads & water nymphs are these
    $300 13
After winning 3 gold medals in swimming in 1924 & 1928, this Olympian advertised B.V.D. swimwear
    $300 4
This arachnid was named for Taranto, Italy
    $300 23
Queen Elizabeth gave this Boomtown Rat an honorary knighthood for his work in famine relief
    $300 28
In "The Chipmunk Song" it's the item Alvin wants for Christmas
    $400 18
Memphis is in Tennessee; West Memphis is across the Mississippi in this state
    $400 11
Antigone was the daughter of her grandmother Jocasta & this man
    $400 15
He is the only person with more than 200 career victories in stock car racing
    $400 5
A waxwork is a wax statue, but a waxwing is one of these
    $400 24
The French called her "La BB Americaine" even before Roger Vadim divorced Bardot & married her
    $400 27
This song made Billboard's Top 40 in '55, '57, '60, '61 & '62
    $500 20
Benedict Arnold did his plotting with this British major who was hanged as a spy October 2, 1780
    $500 21
Sadly, she died of a snakebite soon after she married Orpheus
    $500 19
This college conference provides the host team for the Sugar Bowl
    $500 6
This adjective meaning "out of place" can refer to a pregnancy outside the womb
    $500 25
Because she hates to fly, 1989 was the 1st time in 8 years this soul singer some call Ree Ree played New York
    $500 26
It "came upon a midnight clear"

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

Lea Jeff Julie
$500 $400 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lea Jeff Julie
$1,500 $4,100 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
About 70% of Canada's trade, both imports & exports, is with this country
    $200 17
Of all metals, this alloy is the one most used for casting sculpture
    $200 3
In "Women in Love" he continued the story of Ursula that began in "The Rainbow"
    $200 2
The son of late Connecticut Senator Thomas Dodd, he's serving his 2nd term in the same job
    $200 1
You need this flatbread to make tacos, burritos or enchiladas
    $200 26
Portraying Mireille & Robert, Valerie Allain & Charles Meyer show us this language "in Action"
    $400 13
About 1/3 of Canada's population lives in this province
    $400 18
Caryatids & Atlantes are architectural supports carved to look like these
    $400 4
His play "The Tragical history Dr. Faustus", borrows from earlier morality plays
    $400 8
Arkansas sen. who was a Rhodes scholar before sponsoring a scholarship program
    $400 22
Mulligatawny, a cream soup made with chicken or lamb, originated in this Asian country
    $400 27
Completes the title of the science series for kids "3-2-1..."
    $600 14
In 1968 he became only the 3rd French Canadian to become prime minister
    $600 19
Since ancient times these stone coffins have featured carved figures of the deceased on their lids
    $600 5
George Eliot's fictional weaver whose soul is saved by the child Eppie
    $600 9
For the past 20 years this state's been represented by Mark Hatfield & Bob Packwood
    $600 23
They're the "fagioli" in pasta e fagioli,
pasta fazool, as it's better known
    $600 28
Though not quite 19, this music show from Boston ran a 20th anniversary gala in June 1989
    DD: $1,500 15
3 of the 4 Atlantic provinces
    $800 20
A large cache of beautiful terra-cotta figurines was found at Tanagra in this country in 1874
    $800 6
The heroine pretends to be a barmaid to win the hero's love in this playwright's "She Stoops to Conquer"
    $800 10
Her 1978 victory was the 1st time a woman who wasn't the widow of a congressman was elected to the Senate
    $800 24
Wiener schnitzel isn't made with hot dogs but with this meat
    $1000 16
Named for an English explorer, it's Canada's largest island & the world's 5th largest
    DD: $1,000 21
Gutzon Borglum was the original sculptor for these 2 massive mountain memorials
    $1000 7
This Englishman moved to Australia after WWII & set "On the Beach" there
    $1000 11
Claiborne Pell has represented this New England state in the Senate for more than 28 years
    $1000 25
Spanish dish of chicken, seafood & rice, cooked in a special wide-bottom pan

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lea Jeff Julie
$4,300 $8,800 $1,700
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Near the end of this 1960 musical set in Britain, the heroine is almost burned at the stake

Final scores:

Lea Jeff Julie
$8,500 $8,601 $3,400
2nd place: trip on Delta to Florida & stay at The Diplomat in Hollywood + Jeopardy! home game of Jeopardy! Challenger New champion: $8,601 3rd place: Ricoh Mirai camera + Jeopardy! home game of Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lea Jeff Julie
$4,300 $6,800 $2,700
21 R,
6 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
8 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,800

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Game tape date: 1989-08-30
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