Show #1052 - Tuesday, March 14, 1989


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Louis Casabianca, an engineer originally from San Francisco, California

Nan Tyler, a tax payer service representative from Seattle, Washington

Susan Baker, a sales manager originally from Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
His grandfather, Major Thomas Melvill, took part in the Boston Tea Party
    $100 16
By its name it sounds like you should use a pestle instead of a ramrod to pack this cannon
    $100 25
The Colonel would want y'all to know this was the 1st American fast food chain in China
    $100 9
Gomer Pyle gave up his gas pump to join this branch of the service
    $100 17
Your mother's sister
    $100 1
Opening controlled by the sphincter & dilator muscles
    $200 3
Lord Byron spent most his poor but happy childhood in Aberdeen, in this country
    $200 15
Meaning "air weapon", it's been the name of the German air force since 1935
    $200 24
Alaskans are marketing ice from these because it's purer & denser than refrigerator ice
    $200 10
On 1967's "Celebrity Billiards", famous guests challenged this hefty hustler
    $200 18
Your mother's sister's brother
    $200 12
If your iris has a very heavily pigmented layer of cells, your eyes are this color
    $300 4
He wrote humorous verse for Punch some 20 years before he created the "Pooh"
    $300 14
A card game, or a metal rod used to stir up a fire
    $300 26
Type of Coca-Cola that's the best-selling soft drink in the U.S.
    $300 11
The girls on this sitcom attended an exclusive boarding school near Peekskill, New York
    $300 19
Your grandmother's brother
    $300 13
The 1st of these was established in New York City in 1944 & evoked a lot of interest
    $400 7
Anthony West, Illegitimate son of H.G. Well & this dame, was also a novelist
    $400 6
Weapon that King Dionysius hung by a thread over a courtier of ancient Syracuse
    $400 27
Dry nori, a red type of this, is commonly used as a wrapping for sushi
    $400 21
His TV theme song was based on "The Funeral March Of A Marionette"
    $400 20
Relationship of your mother's grandmother to your daughter
    $400 29
Part of the eyeball with which a soft contact lens comes into contact
    DD: $500 8
Native language of the man who wrote "Lolita"
    $500 5
It's what you're forced to do if encircled by Wonder Woman's lasso
    $500 28
It's usually made from cooked taro that has been pounded & mixed with water into a paste
    $500 22
Ladies, if you suffered enough, Jack Bailey could make you this, but only for 24 hours
    $500 23
Relationship of your child to your first cousin
    $500 30
From the Greek for "without point", it's distorted vision that can be caused by a lens defect

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Susan Nan Louis
-$100 $1,500 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Nan Louis
$1,000 $3,600 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
A "licorice stick"
    $200 17
The name of this fern refers to its resemblance to a lass' tresses
    $200 1
The 1832 Reform Act lowered the qualifications for this but still left out the entire working class
    $200 13
Thousands of residents of this New England state, closest to NYC, make the commute daily
    $200 6
They gave her a wide berth in Long Beach, California
    $400 12
An instrument itself, or a type of band composed of washboards, kazoos & the like
    $400 18
Adjective preceding alyssum, William & pea in the names of plants
    $400 2
The collars a tailor sold gave their name to this London "Circus"
    $400 22
This state is the home of the Ivy League's Brown University
    $400 26
"Just who is who, and what is what, is quite the question at" this offbeat St. Tropez nightclub
    DD: $500 7
The 2 different "Q.M."s in the following:

! ¢ ¯ : ; / . ? $
) • $ % & (
_ “ ” **** ...
, / ! % - : ¢
    $600 14
If you were to buy all new strings for your ukulele, you'd have to buy this many
    $600 19
Pompons are the small buttonlike flowers of some dahlias & these
    $600 3
This name for the organization of former crown colonies & dependencies was 1st used in 1926
    $600 24
This song from "Gypsy" ends, "and we'll have a real good time, yes sir, we'll have a real good time"
    $600 8
Louis de Broglie, Max Planck & Einstein all contributed to this field of physics
    $800 20
Flowering plants are called angiosperms, meaning these are covered
    $800 4
Returning from the Crusades, this leader was captured by Leopold of Austria & held for ransom
    $800 15
Though it sounds crazy, it's a slang term for a Down Easter
    $800 9
"The Streets of San Francisco" & "The Fugitive" were among his productions
    $1000 23
Made from a long hollow piece of wood, it's an instrument of the Australian Aborigine
    $1000 21
If pollen from one plant reaches the pistil of a similar plant, it's this type of pollination
    DD: $500 5
Between 1868-1885 William Gladstone & this man alternated as prime minister
    $1000 16
From 1777 until 1791 this New England state was an independent republic
    $1000 25
"Sweet Charity" sang, "What a set up! Holy cow! They'd never believe it, if" this
    $1000 10
Military troop parade in which 120 steps 30 in. in length are taken each minute

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Nan Louis
$7,200 $3,400 $2,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This planet is named for the original god of the sky in Greek mythology

Final scores:

Susan Nan Louis
$7,200 $4,800 $4,394
2-day champion: $21,600 2nd place: trip on Eastern to Orlando & stay at the Hilton Walt Disney World Hotel + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger 3rd place: Yamaha PSR94 + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Susan Nan Louis
$7,600 $3,400 $2,200
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
12 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $13,200

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Game tape date: 1988-11-29
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