Show #1133 - Wednesday, July 5, 1989


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Delene Moyle, a student from Walnut Creek, California

Carol Davidson, a commercial insurance writer from Simi Valley, California

Catherine Laatz, an office manager originally from Hoquiam, Washington (whose 3-day cash winnings total $20,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 22
The 6 U.S. lunar landings put a total of this many men on the Moon
    $100 12
Some people coddle this before putting it in a Caesar salad, but others like it raw
    $100 13
In 1950 he became the 1st supreme commander of NATO forces in Europe
    $100 3
Jesus stated it as "Whatever you wish that men would do to you, do so to them"
    $100 1
"They all ran after the farmer's wife"
    $100 5
A city in Oregon, or the first names of playwrights O'Neill & Ionesco
    $200 23
On Feb. 26, 1962 he told Congress that his flight "proved that man can operate intelligently in space"
    $200 17
Some folks call it sparrowgrass
    $200 14
J. Edgar Hoover's request to tap Martin Luther King's phones was approved during his administration
    $200 10
This 4-word rule tells us how to adjust our clocks to begin & end daylight saving time
    $200 2
"A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of" these
    $200 6
A word meaning huge & clumsy, tho the animal whose name it comes from is fairly graceful for its size
    $300 24
The 1st U.S. space program to feature a spacewalk
    $300 18
It can be osetra, sevruga or beluga
    $300 15
On April 5, 1933 FDR issued an executive order prohibiting the hoarding of this metal
    $300 25
John Douglas, who sponsored a code of fair play for pugilism in 1867, is better known by this title
    $300 4
"Oh, dear! What can the matter be? Johnny's so long at" this
    $300 7
It used to mean an "escape"; now it's a reckless adventure or wild prank
    $400 26
In January 1989 the Soviet probe Phobos II went into orbit around this planet
    $400 19
Ads for Frusen Glädjé ice cream say "If you don't feel" this, "it wasn't that good"
    DD: $800 16
Current number of living ex-presidents
    $400 28
In 1742 he published a set of rules for whist that led to publication of rules for other games
    $400 8
This shepherd fell asleep on the job
    $400 9
Brand of outboard motor named for the man who invented the 1st commercially successful one
    $500 27
This country modified a runway on Easter Island for emergency use by U.S. Space Shuttles
    $500 30
To make beef Wellington, thinly coat the beef with pate de foie gras & wrap it in this
    $500 21
When Reagan retired to California, he urged repeal of this constitutional amendment
    $500 29
In 1876 a U.S. Army engineer wrote this popular book on parliamentary procedure
    $500 11
It's what you should do with "hot cross buns... if you have no daughters"
    $500 20
Stand made with open shelves for displaying knickknacks

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

Catherine Carol Delene
$2,500 $900 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Catherine Carol Delene
$3,800 $2,000 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
The 1st official championship of this new baseball league was won by the Chicago White Sox
    $200 8
In the 1950s Maureen Connolly & Althea Gibson dominated the women's division of this sport
    $200 1
His favorite residence was the woods & mountains of Arcadia where he played his pipes
    $200 3
An African ground squirrel in the Kalahari shades itself by fluffing out this
    $200 18
It's the largest city in New England
    $200 13
In a new comic book, this arachnid super-hero teaches kids how to cope with alcoholic parents
    $400 21
Wilhelm Maybach, technical director at Germany's Daimler Works, built the 1st one of these cars
    $400 9
In 1966 the future Dutch queen created a furor by marrying a German veteran of WWII
    $400 2
These sylvan deities were part man & part goat & served Bacchus
    $400 4
When it sprays a predator, a skunk is aiming for this
    $400 19
Newport was a co-capital of this state from 1854-1900
    $400 14
A birthstone for May, it would make the Wizard of Oz feel at home
    $600 22
With $5,000 he set up a factory above a Boston fish market to make safety razors
    $600 10
This famous nurse was born in 1820 in an Italian city--hence, her first name
    $600 25
Classified between human & god, the dryads were these female spirits of the woods
    $600 5
In Jan. 1988 a group of these chased away a shark that was attacking a surfer off Australia
    $600 28
It's the only New England state without a seacoast on the Atlantic Ocean
    $600 15
If your name is Jascha, Yehudi or Itzhak, you know that this resin comes from the sap of pine trees
    $800 23
Jean H. Dunant, founder of this organization, was a co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize
    $800 11
She was a missionary in China before becoming 1 of the most flamboyant evangelists of the roaring '20s
    DD: $1,000 26
Artemis, the goddess of wildlife, was the twin sister of this son of Zeus
    $800 6
You have them all over your body, but a dog has them only in the pads of its feet & its nose
    $800 29
On landing in the Cape Cod area in April 1614, this founder of Virginia gave New England its name
    $800 16
The 2 "Golden Girls"' who won Emmys in 1988
    $1000 24
He proved that yellow fever is caused by a virus & spread by mosquitoes
    DD: $1,500 12
In 1976 marine biologist Dixy Lee Ray was elected governor of this state
    $1000 27
Its mast was from the forest of Dodona where the trees were endowed with the power of prediction
    $1000 7
Panthera is the genus for the big cats, & this is the genus for most small cats
    $1000 30
When the British tried to take back Conn.'s charter, it was hidden, tradition says, in this type of tree
    $1000 17
This great English romantic poet drowned in a boating accident in 1822

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Catherine Carol Delene
$8,300 $3,800 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This late ruler was born in 1892, & his original name was Tafari Makonnen

Final scores:

Catherine Carol Delene
$100 $300 $0
2nd place: Dresher brass bed + Sunset Lamp Co. table lamp New champion: $300 3rd place: Maytag Jetclean dishwasher

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Catherine Carol Delene
$7,400 $3,800 $8,000
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
13 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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Game tape date: 1989-02-21
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