Show #1080 - Friday, April 21, 1989

Joel Sacks game 3.


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Marianna Dwyer Phillips, a housewife from Crofton, Maryland

Maurice Berg, a teacher and department chairman from Warwick, Rhode Island

Joel Sacks, an administrator from Columbia, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,051)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Following his service in our revolution, Thaddeus Kosciusko led a revolution in this country
    $100 10
A Finnish bath that uses dry heat & produces steam by the pouring of water on hot rocks
    $100 16
The city of George, WA has streets named after varieties of this fruit
    $100 3
His official residence is the Getty House, a 1920s Tudor home with leaded glass windows
    $100 15
In a 1988 TV movie Vanna White played this goddess of love
    $100 11
Flipping over the film let this show's hero reverse his flying direction, but his "S" was backwards
    $200 2
At the Battle of Bunker Hill Gen. Israel Putnam warned his troops, "Don't fire until you see" this
    $200 21
Latin American music that fuses jazz, rock & soul, named for a sauce made with chilies
    DD: $600 17
Fruit mentioned in the title of the following:

[Instrumental music plays]
    $200 7
F. Scott Fitzgerald said this section of L.A. "can be understood... only dimly and in flashes"
    $200 12
On the air for 14 seasons, this sitcom was a real family affair
    $300 4
In Feb. 1775 Parliament said this colony was in rebellion, thus allowing the shooting of rebels on sight
    $300 22
This Italian word for work is the plural of opus, Latin for work
    $300 18
Of annuals, biennials or perennials, what fruit crops are
    $300 8
This arty beach community was designed in 1905 to be a re-creation of its famous Italian counterpart
    $300 13
Guy Madison & Andy Devine were the only regular cast members on this popular '50s Western
    $400 5
On June 21, 1779 this nation declared war on Great Britain, joining France as an ally to the states
    $400 23
In a German restaurant we don't order pot roast marinated with seasonings, sugar & vinegar, we order this
    $400 19
Tannin in this orange-colored "date plum" can cause your mouth to pucker when taking a bite
    $400 9
More than half the city's area is in this sprawling valley northwest of downtown
    $400 25
Filmed in England, this series featured stories of the round table's most famous knight
    $500 6
The Battle of Monmouth in this state was the last major battle of the Revolutionary War in the north
    $500 24
The Japanese word for a giant wave caused by an earthquake
    $500 20
The name of this small citrus fruit used in preserves means "golden orange" in Cantonese
    $500 14
Community where you'd go to see the tile & sea shell covered towers built by Simon Rodia

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Joel Maurice Marianna
$1,000 $900 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Maurice Marianna
$2,200 $2,800 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
It's the only 5-letter Great Lake
    $200 22
Sir Clifford was paralyzed in WWI soon after he married this D.H. Lawrence heroine
    $200 1
The pa'o style robe, worn in China from the 3rd century B.C., inspired this robe worn by Japanese women
    $200 2
Reigning from 1166-86, the last independent king of this country was Rory O'Connor
    $200 9
Because it is white, snow does this to most solar radiation, thus keeping its cool
    $200 15
Jim Morrison & The Doors sang about this "Century Fox"
    $400 8
Lewis & Clark Lake, on the border between Nebraska & South Dakota, is part of this river
    $400 26
His 1st novel, "The Cabala", is about pagan gods, but his most famous novel is about "The Bridge of San Luis Rey"
    $400 5
3 cheers for the Mesopotamians--they dressed mainly in wool in these 3 colors
    $400 3
Pepi II, who ruled this ancient country for 94 yrs., supposedly had the longest reign recorded in history
    $400 10
Of the top, the bottom or the shoreline, part of the river that freezes 1st because of low velocity
    $400 16
It was Hawkeye Pierce's M*A*S*H unit
    $600 14
Costa Rica's coasts border on these 2 bodies of water, one an ocean, one a sea
    $600 29
In "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", she's the 1st character to speak--& Tom ignores her
    $600 6
Women beatniks favored leotards of this color
    $600 4
Having become a Catholic, Queen Christina moved to Rome in 1654, giving up this country's throne
    $600 11
91% of the world's glacier ice, 5,330,000 square miles of it, is found in a single ice sheet there
    $600 17
Something that happens at the very last minute is said to happen at this "hour"
    $800 20
The Denmark Strait doesn't border Denmark but separates Greenland & this island
    DD: $1,000 23
Not counting Adam & Eve's fig leaves, the earliest known garments were made of this material
    $800 25
In 1724 this Russian leader saved sailors drowning in the Gulf of Finland, caught a chill & died
    DD: $800 12
A snowflake crystal has this many sides
    $800 18
1 of 2 anniversaries considered the diamond anniversary
    $1000 21
2 directions that complete the names of China seas
    $1000 27
This murder mystery about monks & monkey business was Umberto Eco's 1st novel
    $1000 28
Colonists in Mass. dressed like Roundheads while colonists in Va. dressed like this opposing group
    $1000 24
This Restoration monarch reigned while London burned in the Great Fire of 1666
    $1000 13
Bovine term describing an iceberg tip breaking off a glacier & falling into an ocean or lake
    $1000 19
If & when a new amendment is added to the Constitution, it will carry this number

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Maurice Marianna
$7,600 $7,600 -$1,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

One was born in Ulverson, England; the other in Harlem, Georgia, & they 1st teamed up in 1926

Final scores:

Joel Maurice Marianna
$15,200 $15,200 -$1,600
3-day co-champion: $39,251 New co-champion: $15,200 2nd place: trip on Delta to Lexington, Kentucky & stay at Gratz Park Inn

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joel Maurice Marianna
$7,600 $7,200 -$600
18 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
10 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,200

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Game tape date: 1988-12-19
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