Show #1082 - Tuesday, April 25, 1989

Joel Sacks game 5.


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Janet Sharp Schoon, a music teacher from University Heights, Ohio

Bob McGoff, a history teacher from Scranton, Pennsylvania

Joel Sacks, an administrator from Columbia, Maryland (whose 4-day cash winnings total $50,652)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
After WWII this Austrian capital, like Berlin, was divided into 4 occupation zones
    $100 11
A church is a Christian house of worship, & this a Muslim one
    $100 7
You can sample this capital's famous duck in restaurants called Big Duck, Super Duck & Sick Duck
    $100 10
The number of Preps, Tops or Seasons of pop music fame
    $100 1
For 5 seasons Don played landlord Ralph Furley on this sitcom
    $200 12
In 1965 this country exchanged its red ensign flag for one with a maple leaf motif
    $200 16
Christian fundamentalists believe everything in this is true & without error
    $200 8
You can buy antiques at the open air market on Portobello Road in this capital
    $200 20
It was "Enough" for the Bradford family on TV
    $200 2
Don won 5 Emmys for "Best Supporting Actor" for his work on this TV series
    $300 13
Control of Manchuria was 1 issue that led these 2 countries to war in 1905
    $300 17
Bishops of the Anglican Communion meet about every 10 years for a conference led by him
    $300 9
This lyricist's former home in Penn. is now a bed & breakfast inn, with the "King & I" room most expensive
    DD: $500 21
The Census Bureau said the U.S. population reached this figure at 11:04 A.M. on November 21, 1967
    $300 3
Don was paired w/this comic in 2 Apple Dumpling Gang films, "The Private Eyes" & "The Prize Fighter"
    $400 14
Around 100,000 began this in 1934; about 10% survived, & Mao Tse-tung was one of them
    $400 18
Believed founded in the 6th-cent. B.C. by Laotzu, this Chinese religion can show you "the way"
    $400 23
The national forest named for this "Swamp Fox" contains the swamps where he used to hide
    $400 22
Booth Tarkington novel about an adolescent called "Silly Billy"
    $400 5
Don appeared on his "Tonight!" show & later on was hired for his variety show
    $500 15
In 1929 Turkey replaced this script with a Latin alphabet
    $500 19
Special hairdos include tonsures for monks & dreadlocks for this Jamaican sect
    $500 6
In a 1967 film, Don's odd job was as a "Reluctant" one of these

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Joel Bob Janet
-$300 -$200 -$500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Bob Janet
$900 $1,900 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
In 1988 he won reelection to the U.S. Senate from Texas but lost the vice presidency
    $200 20
Some of his "Canterbury Tales" were inspired by the works of Boccaccio & Petrarch
    $200 19
This plant accounts for 95% of the natural fibers used in the U.S.
    $200 1
Disorder affecting some teenage girls in which they
binge, purge,
binge, purge,
binge, purge, etc.
    $200 9
Ownership of Jammu & Kashmir is a bone of contention between India & this country
    $200 11
The Ringling Brothers circus had one that measured 500 X 200 feet
    $400 5
1 of 2 women currently serving in the U.S. Senate
    $400 23
The opening chapter of this book is entitled "Lieutenant Bligh"
    DD: $1,000 21
Textile title of the following:

"Ain't nothing in the world like a big-eyed girl / To make me act so funny, make me spend my money / Make me feel real loose like a long-necked goose / Like a girl, oh baby, that's a-what I like..."
    $400 2
William Roentgen won the 1st Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering these, which showed "insight"
    $400 10
Over 1,500 miles long, its source is in an ice cave over 10,000 ft. up in the Himalayas
    $400 12
Known for its dancing bears, this circus toured the U.S. in 1988 for the 1st time in 10 years
    $600 6
Prior to being elected to the Senate, this N.Y. Democrat served as U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
    DD: $900 24
This 1934 James Hilton best seller about a teacher was publicized worldwide via radio
    $600 22
1 of 2 southern states that lead the nation in textile production
    $600 3
"The grippe" is an old name for this affliction
    $600 14
Meeting in New Delhi, it consists of 2 parts, the Lok Sabha & the Rajya Sabha
    $600 13
This "Great" circus family wowed audiences by forming a 7-person pyramid on the high wire
    $800 7
Along with Phil Gramm & Warren Rudman, he co-sponsored the 1985 bill to eliminate the deficit by 1991
    $800 25
His last novel was "Finnegans Wake"
    $800 27
In weaving, 1 set of fibers is called the "woof" or "weft"; the other is this
    $800 17
1/3 of Americans over 60 have diverticulosis, which can be caused by a lack of this in the diet
    $800 15
Most of India was formerly British, but the city & region of Goa were ruled by this country
    $1000 8
In 1980 Dan Quayle defeated this popular Indiana senator's bid for reelection
    $1000 26
Diane Keaton starred in the film version of his spy novel "The Little Drummer Girl"
    $1000 18
Only those who've had chicken pox can get this infection that comes from the same virus
    $1000 16
Prior to the ban in 1829, a widow in India who didn't perform this ritual suicide risked ostracism
    $1000 28
The workers who do the odd jobs around a circus, including setting up & taking down the tents

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Bob Janet
$5,300 $5,700 $4,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The last names of surveyors Charles & Jeremiah, who did their most famous work in the 1760s

Final scores:

Joel Bob Janet
$10,600 $10,601 $4,200
2nd place: trip on Eastern to the Dominican Republic & stay at the Radisson Puerto Playa + Jeopardy! box game of Jeopardy Challenger New champion: $10,601 3rd place: Gibson refrigerator + Jeopardy! box game of Jeopardy Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joel Bob Janet
$4,700 $5,500 $3,900
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $14,100

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Game tape date: 1988-12-20
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