Show #1083 - Wednesday, April 26, 1989


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Mark Busch, a safety trainer from Venice, California

Linda House, a teacher from Somerville, New Jersey

Bob McGoff, a history teacher from Scranton, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In his 1964 State of the Union Address, Pres. Johnson declared "war" on this in the U.S.
    $100 21
A male feline, even if his name isn't Thomas
    $100 24
"I can knot," a person may respond when asked if he can do this craft of knotting cords
    $100 12
Name of the expressway system set up during the '30s partially for military purposes
    $100 19
Designed by an Englishman, this sailing trophy has been called the "Holy Grail of Racing"
    $100 6
According to the original play, he threw himself overboard into the waiting jaws of the crocodile
    $200 2
In December 1790 Congress packed up in New York & moved to this city
    $200 22
Some people enjoy dashing through the snow in this if it's open & has 1 horse
    $200 27
Someone dropping whittlings on the floor most likely has these 2 things in his hands
    $200 13
This Christmas decoration began to replace a traditional pyramid of candles in the 19th century
    $200 8
3 glamorous females, named Sweet, Marvelous & Delicious, now sing along with these TV fruits
    $200 7
Leonard Maltin says this studio's 1953 film version was 1st time Peter wasn't played by a girl
    $300 3
As president, both Tyler & Pierce didn't have one for 3 years & 11 months
    $300 23
It means "little corn seed", not little army officer
    $300 28
The precise term for making these household items is latching; hooking has other meanings
    $300 14
The Danube rises in the Schwarzwald, which means this
    $300 17
When Oedipus answered her riddle she killed herself
    $300 9
Peter ran away from home so he wouldn't have to do this
    $400 4
Think small & you may remember this was the name of the 1st American-built locomotive
    $400 25
The upper corner of a flag, or one of the Swiss states
    $400 29
Term for carving designs into leather, fitting up a factory with machinery or driving about
    $400 15
This airline, founded in Cologne in 1953, has both government & private investors
    $400 18
Privately held for 60 years by a club of wealthy people, Jekyll Island was sold to this state in 1947
    $400 10
She tricked the boys in Never Land into shooting down Wendy
    $500 5
Robt. Livingston, Roger Sherman, Ben Franklin & John Adams were members of the committee of 5 that drafted it
    $500 26
This fancy name for a meal sounds like you've gone by it again
    $500 30
A giant one of these with 8,288 panels in memory of AIDS victims toured the U.S. in 1988
    DD: $500 16
Berlin is located in this region that shares its name with a series of Bach concertos
    $500 20
Styles of this footgear developed by Indians include Yukon, bearpaw, green mountain & Alaskan
    $500 11
Ferocious floral name of the Indian princess

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Bob Linda Mark
$900 $1,100 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Linda Mark
$1,500 $3,400 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Its circulation is among the largest among U.S. supermarket tabloids
    $200 24
Its last chapter is titled "The Marriage of Quasimodo"
    $200 10
A manmade element, symbol Bk, was named for this city, home of the University of California
    $200 17
These large red-haired apes are native only to the islands of Sumatra & Borneo
    $200 1
Though he lost to Sam Houston for president, the state capital of Texas is still named for him
    $200 6
Cranky, like that dwarf in the Disney movie
    $400 8
Eliz. Meriwether Gilmer wrote the 1st advice column of this type in 1896 in the New Orleans Picayune
    $400 25
In Thomas Hardy's novel, Michael Henchard sells his wife & child before he becomes "The Mayor of" this
    $400 16
In 1986 this N.Y. university appointed the 1st woman to head an Ivy League law school
    $400 18
You can recognize males of this biggest-of-all seals by their large trunklike noses
    $400 2
At the urging of a local priest, Minnesotans changed the name of "Pig's Eye" to this
    $400 13
The type of "humor" you might hear if you hang around at a hanging
    $600 9
"L'Osservatore Romano", which began publishing on July 1, 1861, is this country's only newspaper
    $600 26
William Golding said he intended Simon to be "a Christ figure" in this novel
    $600 15
The A & M in Texas A & M & other land grant colleges stand for these two areas of study
    $600 19
Among mammals, only the echidna & this Australian animal lay eggs
    $600 3
A prospector who discovered gold nearby in 1880 lent his name to this state capital
    $600 14
The 3rd sign of the zodiac
The 3rd sign of the zodiac
    $800 11
One sometimes finds "stinging" editorials in this, the largest Sacramento paper
    $800 29
This seagoing saga is the only one of Kipling's novels with an American setting
    $800 22
Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Xi & Phi Beta Kappa are 3 types of these, open to both men & women
    $800 20
These bovines are used to carry mail in Tibet & their tails are sold as flyswatters in India
    DD: $1,800 4
It was named for a certain Monsieur Chouteau who was a fur trader in the Dakota Territory
    $800 27
Sometimes this cartilage makes meat tough to chew
    $1000 12
Chicago paper that's home of film critic Roger Ebert
    $1000 30
The movies "Mildred Pierce", "Double Indemnity" & "Butterfly" were all based on his novels
    DD: $1,700 23
He served as president of Notre Dame from 1952 until his retirement in 1987
    $1000 21
Breed of horse named for its speed over a short distance
    $1000 5
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Boone are buried in a cemetery in this city
    $1000 28
The period perpetuated by Pericles

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Linda Mark
$7,800 $8,000 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Cowboy star who has 5 stars on Hollywood's Walk of Fame--1 each for film, TV, recording, theater & radio

Final scores:

Bob Linda Mark
$15,600 $300 $0
2-day champion: $26,201 2nd place: Bassett entertainment center + 12-volume The Motion Picture Guide by Cinemooks 3rd place: Queen Anne recliner by Lane

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob Linda Mark
$7,100 $7,000 $5,800
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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Game tape date: 1988-12-20
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