Show #1055 - Friday, March 17, 1989


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Paul Curry, a training consultant from Laguna Hills, California

Marsha Hymanson, a law student from La Cañada, California

Frank Silvey, an administrator from Lawndale, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Appropriate, since Dick is a big fan of Jeopardy!)
    $100 13
1st used by St. Patrick to represent the trinity, it's now the national symbol
    $100 2
Philippine worker Bonifacio Santos is in charge of keeping these polished -- all 2,400 pairs
    $100 22
Wild cow milking & steer decorating are sometimes part of these sports competitions
    $100 11
If you want to smell like this Disney rodent, Avon will sell you her cologne
    $100 1
Thomas Decker's "Cradle Song" reads, "Sleep, pretty wantons, do not cry, & I will sing" one of these
    $100 21
Rob 1st met Laura Meehan during his stint in this
    DD: $500 14
It's what these people are lined up to do:
    $200 5
An osteologist can determine the size & living habits of a human just from these
    $200 23
The "snowplow" is a beginning ice skater's way of doing this by skidding slowly with toes turned inward
    $200 12
Barielle nail strengthener cream was originally developed to protect these animals' hooves
    $200 3
The last 2 words of every stanza of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic"
    $300 15
The 4-letter Irish name for the Republic of Ireland
    $300 6
The Khayyam in Omar Khayyam means "a maker of" these
    $300 24
In 1935 Leo Seltzer of Chicago invented these extremely rough skating contests
    $300 18
Cellophanes, the beauty product, not the food wrap, add color & shine to this
    $300 4
In a poem about her, Tennyson wrote "then she rode forth, clothed on with chastity"
    $400 16
Irish group whose album "The Joshua Tree" won the "Album of the Year" Grammy Award in 1988
    $400 9
An arrow maker of old, or a mutiny maker of the Bounty
    $400 25
It was the 2nd Asian city to host the Summer Olympics
    $400 19
This sweet, blue-eyed folk singer has her own line of beauty products called Harmonics
    $400 7
Completes the line from "The Children's Hour", "I hear in the chamber above me" this
    $500 17
In the early 20th century a great theatrical revival centered around this Dublin theater
    $500 10
Only time this "Family Ties" star modeled for an ad was as the girl on the hangtag of Teenform bras
    $500 26
It was the 1st Asian city to host the Summer Olympics
    $500 20
Spokesman for Estée Lauder's cosmetics for men, he sure doesn't look like a "Scarecrow"
    $500 8
John Saxe's 6 blind men likened it to a wall, a spear, a snake, a rope, a fan & a tree

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Frank Marsha Paul
$2,000 $700 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Marsha Paul
$2,100 $1,500 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll probably give you the first name and the middle name, maybe, and you have to come up with a last name.)
    $200 20
This company produced the 1st electric sewing machine in the U.S.
    $200 13
The September 27, 1988 headline "Plains buries a favorite son" referred to this man's funeral
    $200 14
Witnesses taking an oath in court swear all their statements will be this
    $200 6
In his relativity theory, Einstein proposed a space-time continuum made up of this many dimensions
    $200 1
If you play pizzicato, you do this to the instrument's strings
    $200 8
Thomas Stearns
    $400 23
In April 1889 New York City celebrated the centenary of his inauguration
    $400 25
Besides Armenian, Turkish & French ancestry, Cher is descended from these Indians
    $400 15
In the Oath of Allegiance, an alien becoming a U.S. citizen swears to bear these when required by law
    $400 7
"Colorful" radiation from the Sun that causes the earth's ionosphere to replenish itself
    $400 5
Both descrescendo & diminuendo mean to do this
    $400 9
Gilbert Keith
    DD: $700 28
7 weeks after B. Harrison took office, the land rush officially began in what is now this state
    $600 26
The first name of this "Growing Pains" star came from his dad's being a big fan of "Star Trek"
    $600 16
In the Boy Scout Oath, a scout pledges to keep himself physically strong & mentally this
    $600 21
NASA plans to use this natural force as a booster to help propel its Galileo space-craft to Jupiter
    $600 4
In the 10th c. Guido d'Arezzo invented this set of parallel lines used for placing notes according to pitch
    $600 10
Elwyn Brooks
    $800 27
Antoinette Giancana, noted for this autobiography, has now come out w/ a new book of Gangland recipes
    $800 17
The Nicene Creed says, "We believe in one God... one Lord, Jesus... & in" this
    $800 22
Term for the handcranked machine that coils the rope holding a well bucket
    $800 3
Found at the lower right-hand corner of sheet music, "volti subito" means to do this quickly
    $800 11
James Matthew
    $1000 19
Gorbachev praised the wonderful job this man did as president & then took over his job
    $1000 18
The 3 things the president swears he'll do for the Constitution the United States
    DD: $2,000 24
The study of sound is acoustics, & the study of light, this
    $1000 2
If you come to "da capo" while playing a composition, you'd go back to this point in the music
    $1000 12
Pelham Grenville

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Marsha Paul
$3,900 $3,700 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In her will, she wrote of her hope of just rule for the Indians of the New World

Final scores:

Frank Marsha Paul
$7,500 $7,400 $7,801
2nd place: Meade telescope + Cazal sunglasses 3rd place: Pinseeker golf clubs New champion: $7,801

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Frank Marsha Paul
$3,600 $3,700 $4,300
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
10 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $11,600

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Game tape date: 1988-11-29
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