Show #1132 - Tuesday, July 4, 1989

Missing introductions.


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Larry Kissner, a database manager originally from Jerseyville, Illinois

Sue Kayton, an engineer from Los Angeles, California

Catherine Laatz, an office manager originally from Hoquiam, Washington (whose 2-day cash winnings total $12,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

'80s TV
    $100 8
Nicknamed the "Angel of the Battlefield", her actual first name was Clarissa
    $100 1
Difficult part of the camel to get "over"
    $100 14
This forest near Nottingham, England is famous as the home of Robin Hood
    $100 4
Before cars came with electric starters, you started the engine by turning one of these tools
    $100 20
Moscow complex that houses the Cathedral of the Assumption & the Cathedral of the Archangel Michael
    $100 10
Kelsey, Becker, Markowitz & Kuzak aren't a law firm but 4 characters on this show about one
    $200 9
Though the Borgias became infamous in Italy, originally they were from Valencia in this country
    $200 2
To incite, or to move a spoon about inside your coffee cup
    $200 15
About 90% of all forest fires in the U.S. are caused by humans; most of the rest are caused by this
    $200 5
Add "down" to this cultivating tool & you've got a country dance party
    $200 22
Still very much in use today, it was invented by St. Cyril in the 9th century
    $200 11
Series that replaced "Hawaii Five-O" in 1980-- same setting, same time, same channel
    $300 19
Cathaginian general who took poison to avoid surrender around 183 B.C.
    $300 3
If you add a double "E" to the name of this animal, you'll have a type of beard
    $300 24
About 1/3 of this continent is rain forest
    $300 12
Used as a lever, it got its name because its forked end resembles a black bird's foot
    $300 23
Novelist who was given a Nobel Prize in 1970 & a one-way ticket out of the USSR in 1974
    $300 16
A CBS newsmagazine, or the Manhattan location of its studio
    DD: $900 29
He was the 1st person who ever heard his own name spoken through a telephone
    $400 6
From the Latin for "hair", it's the loops of yarn that form the surface of a carpet
    $400 25
The U.S. Forest Service was established in 1905 as part of this Cabinet department
    $400 13
A small broom, or a small kitchen tool for whipping eggs
    $400 27
Railway you'd be on if you caught the 2:30 from Moscow & arrived in Vladivostok 7 days later
    $400 17
Sitcom about the adventures of Larry Appleton & his cousin Balki Bartokomous
    $500 7
Meaning "to get the lay of the land", it's what a crook does to a joint before robbing it
    $500 26
Term for the boundary on mountains beyond which trees do not grow
    $500 21
The biggest one of these Swingline products can dispense 10,000 pieces of wire without a refill
    $500 28
The official newspaper of the Soviet government, its name literally means "news"
    $500 18
She dropped "The Fall Guy" to take up the bar in "Night Court"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 18):

Catherine Sue Larry
$2,500 $900 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Catherine Sue Larry
$3,200 $3,200 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
In politics it was this man, not Sylvester Stallone, who was known as "Rocky"
    $200 27
Frederick Ashton not only choreographed this ballet, he played one of the ugly stepsisters
    $200 18
Laryngitis, an inflammation of this part of the throat, is nature's way of telling you to shut up
    $200 1
Film with a 1-letter title originally subtitled "The Anatomy of a Political Assassination"
    $200 16
Its weekly features include "Grapevine", "Cheers 'n' Jeers" & "Television Crossword"
    $200 3
He was the 1st actor to refuse an Oscar
    $400 12
In the 1968 election he picked up 46 electoral votes as an American Independent
    $400 19
About half of all pregnant women suffer from this type of burning pain in the chest & upper abdomen
    $400 2
Polish filmmaker who directed "Knife in the Water" in Poland & "Rosemary's Baby" in the U.S.
    $400 17
A vanity press generally publishes books at this person's expense
    $400 4
This filmmaker admits that "American Graffiti" was based on his coming of age in Modesto, Calif.
    $600 13
Now promoting his Bahamian diet, this activist was a minor party presidential candidate in 1968
    $600 20
The outer surface of each of these organs is covered by a thin membrane called a renal capsule
    DD: $1,300 5
Series of British comedies whose titles ended variously with "Nurse", "Doctor" & "Regardless"
    $600 23
If you were one of "The 25 Most Intriguing People of the Year", you'd find yourself in this magazine
    $600 9
2 days before leaving office, Ronald Reagan was given this man's sweater as a parting gift
    $800 14
On Feb. 2, 1989, the Senate voted unanimously to confirm this ex-New York congressman as HUD Secretary
    $800 26
In the ballet "Sylvia", this goddess of the hunt mortally wounds the villain with an arrow
    DD: $1,500 21
Term for an inactive substance used as a control in an experiment or given just to humor a patient
    $800 6
Clint Eastwood starred in 3 of this Italian director's "Spaghetti Westerns"
    $800 24
Roddy McDowall is an editor-at-large for this monthly digest that features gorgeous homes
    $800 10
He was a fencing instructor long before he joined "The A-Team"
    $1000 15
A Democrat while vice president & president, he again ran for the top job, this time on the Free Soil ticket
    $1000 22
Type of steroid banned by the I.O.C., it promotes tissue growth by creating protein
    $1000 7
Luis Buñuel directed a 1972 film about "The Discreet Charm of" this group
    $1000 25
The Calypso Log is published bimonthly by this society, not by the Harry Belafonte fan club
    $1000 11
Walt Disney lost the Emmy as "Outstanding New Personality" of 1954 to this "Lonesome" comic

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Catherine Sue Larry
$10,500 $2,200 $3,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 state capitals, both east of the Mississippi, that begin with the same 6 letters

Final scores:

Catherine Sue Larry
$8,000 $1 $100
3-day champion: $20,100 3rd place: Lucien Piccard his & hers watches + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger 2nd place: trip on Continental to Honolulu & stay at the Hilton Hawaiian Village + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Catherine Sue Larry
$9,800 $1,700 $5,100
26 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
11 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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Game tape date: 1989-02-21
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