Show #1226 - Monday, December 25, 1989

Jeff Bandman game 5.
Missing introductions.


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Bill McIntyre, originally from New Jersey

Christina Glatfelter, from Pennsylvania/Baltimore area WMAR

Jeff Bandman, a lawyer from La Jolla, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $39,501)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Some rulers of the German empire used this title derived from the Latin "Caesar"
    $100 26
Because this is the most common form of cancer in women, it's suggested women perform a self-exam monthly
    $100 16
Ten pin is a form of this game
    $100 6
One can be
nose or
ice cream
    $100 21
Would you believe this show that pitted CONTROL against KAOS was filmed on the stage we're on now
    $100 11
On "the night before Christmas" these were hung by the chimney with care
    $200 2
If the Genoese had waited 1 year before selling this island to France, Napoleon would have been an Italian
    $200 27
Thanks to their helmets, football players avoid this ear condition common among boxers
    $200 17
This chess piece can move in any direction but only 1 square at a time
    $200 7
In 1908 Mary Baker Eddy founded this newspaper
    $200 22
Chris Young was Bryce Lynch, the teen genius who created this computer-generated TV character
    $200 12
Signs in Spanish-speaking homes wish this, as Jose Feliciano could tell you
    DD: $500 3
It's considered the world's 1st industrial nation
    $300 18
The smaller disks that are aimed at the little cup in tiddlywinks are called these
    $300 8
It's not oats for artillery but soldiers considered expendable in war
    $300 23
Gumby is green & his pal Pokey is this color
    $300 13
In 1989 the Supreme Court ruled you can put a tree up on gov't property but not one of these
    $400 4
The terms commando & concentration camp were 1st widely used in this 1899-1902 war in Africa
    $400 19
Except in the case of a tie, this many points wins a game of table tennis
    $400 9
a.k.a. bachelor's button
    $400 24
Freddie "Boom Boom" Washington said this group's motto is "Whatever it is, I didn't do it"
    $400 14
In 1828 a U.S. diplomat in Mexico discovered this plant, & it was named for him
    $500 5
Before the French Revolution both the peasants & the bourgeoisie belonged to this "Estate"
    $500 28
Also known as Hansen's disease, it occurs much more in the tropics than in Scandinavia
    $500 20
In Scrabble, it's the symbol that's on the pink central starting square
    $500 10
Once a theatrical trick to win applause, this word also means insincere or empty language
    $500 25
The names of George & Jane Jetson's children
    $500 15
Send a Druid out to get this & he'll cut if off an oak tree with a golden sickle

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Jeff Chris Bill
$700 $100 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Chris Bill
$2,200 $500 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
City that's home to the largest cathedral, St. John the Divine, & synagogue, Temple Emmanu-El
    $200 1
In "The Sound of Music" the nuns asked, "How do solve a problem like" her
    $200 11
Between the 1984 & 1988 Olympics, this glamorous Black runner worked as a hairstylist
    $200 26
The earliest form of this was made from vegetable starch
    $200 14
His 1st 2 fast-paced thrillers were "The Scarlatti Inheritance" & "The Osterman weekend"
    $200 17
If Karl Marx asked a Dutchman, "Spreekt u Engels?" he asked this
    $400 4
The Gator Bowl game is held in this city, Florida's largest
    $400 2
It's the all-Black version of the opera "Carmen"
    $400 12
She was the 1st woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction, for "The Guns of August" in 1963
    $400 22
Pen name of David Cornwell, whose latest spy novel is "The Russia House"
    $400 18
In Norwegian this useless action becomes "Kaste perler for svin"
    $600 5
The geographic center of North America is some 65 miles east of Minot in this Plains state
    $600 6
Edward Kleban & this composer won Tonys for their musical score for "A Chorus Line"
    $600 13
In 1932 this modern dancer & choreographer became the 1st dancer to receive a Guggenheim Fellowship
    $600 23
The "Dogs" in this 1974 F. Forsyth novel were white mercenaries hired to work in West Africa
    $600 19
In Latin "lapsus linguae", it's what lets the cat out of the bag
    $800 8
This state's Dunes National Lakeshore is on the southern shore of Lake Michigan
    $800 7
1924's "Lady, Be Good" starring Fred & Adele Astaire was the 1st hit musical play for this composer
    DD: $1,500 15
First name shared by Italian opera stars Scotto & Tebaldi
    $800 24
Laurence Harvey was a "brainwashee" in this 1962 film based on a novel by Richard Condon
    DD: $1,000 20
It's the literal translation of the Spanish phrase that's the title of following song:

"Now the hacienda's dark, the town is sleeping / Now the time has come to part, the time for weeping / Vaya con Dios my darling..."
    $1000 9
This city has been called "The Hub of the Universe"
    $1000 10
1974's "Lorelei", in which Carol Channing played Lorelei Lee, was based on this earlier musical
    $1000 16
The queen of this country is the former Princess Sophia of Greece
    $1000 25
Spy novelist Helen whose works include "Decision at Delphi" & "Cloak of Darkness"
    $1000 21
Italian beaches might post the warning "attento alle meduse," meaning this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Chris Bill
$3,900 -$500 $4,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of 4 presidents who left office without having appointed a Supreme Court justice

Final scores:

Jeff Chris Bill
$5,000 -$500 $1,600
5-day champion: $44,501 3rd place: Emerson 20" TV/VCR + Nintendo Entertainment System with Family & Junior edition of Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune 2nd place: Lehigh bedroom furniture + Kingsdown sleep set

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeff Chris Bill
$5,200 -$500 $4,500
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
6 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $9,200

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Game tape date: 1989-09-11
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