Show #1071 - Monday, April 10, 1989


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Jim Breed, a mechanical engineer from Kansas City, Missouri

Carol Mack, a banker from New York City, New York

Dusten Galbraith, a quality assurance specialist originally from Moline, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
Flying Cloud, Cutty Sark & Sea Witch are all examples of this mid 19th c. speedy merchant ship
    $100 19
Patrick Curtis, who played Melanie's baby in this 1939 film, grew up to marry Raquel Welch
    $100 2
When she fell down in the soil, she asked Clark to help her up
    $100 3
You may not have heard of drummer Max Weinberg, but this guy's his "Boss"
    $100 4
Ground breaking took place in 1988 in California for these 2 presidential libraries
    $100 1
Chickens raised for egg production are called layers; those raised for their meat, this
    $200 10
The Vikings approved the sailing ability of ships by adding this long, narrow piece to the underside
    $200 20
This Woody Allen film was partially set in the Stardust hotel
    $200 24
As a cartographer, Pam can make one of these in an hour
    DD: $1,500 15
1960s British Invasion drummer heard playing here, he died in 1978:

"I can see for miles and miles / I can see for miles and miles / I can see for miles and miles..."
    $200 5
This London museum's huge circular reading room was a major innovation in library design
    $200 11
Some sportsmen use the feathers from the back of the chicken's neck to make these
    $300 21
Charlton Heston starred in this film about the 1885 siege of the capital of the Sudan
    $300 25
What a daughter named Meg may be to a lapidary
    $300 16
Once a studio drummer, he later used pistols for percussion with his "City Slickers"
    $300 6
The oldest of the 3 buildings which house the Library of Congress is named for this president
    $300 12
Fed a special diet, Rosemary Farm's hens lay eggs that have about 1/2 the normal amount of this
    $400 22
Susan Sarandon rubbed these on her body in "Atlantic City", as Burt Lancaster could tell you
    $400 26
In Kenya, it's illegal to kill this animal with a gun
    $400 17
Rolling Stones drummer who spent 1987 leading--or what is backing?--a 32-piece jazz orchestra
    $400 7
It's believed these manuscripts were part of a library kept by the Essenes, an ancient Jewish sect
    $400 13
When Republicans promised this in 1932, the cost of cluck was 8 times chuck
    $500 23
School girls disappeared mysteriously in "Picnic at Hanging Rock", filmed in this this country
    $500 27
If you practiced the ukulele a lot in Cambodia, you might now be "A UKE CHAMP" here
    $500 18
Sal Mineo played this big band drummer in a 1959 biopic
    $500 8
Nicholas V started amassing manuscripts for this library the 15th century
    $500 14
Cornell U. found this composer's "Winter" concerto calmed chickens & "Spring" go them up & about

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

Dusten Carol Jim
$1,400 $400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dusten Carol Jim
$1,600 $1,600 $5,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Though his 1964 election was a landslide, his name didn't even appear on the Alabama ballot
    $200 11
Its alternate title is "The Whale"
    $200 21
Told she didn't look 40 years old in 1974, this glamorous feminist said, "This is what 40 looks like"
    $200 1
Alternate name of silicified wood, it sounds as if it was scared stiff
    $200 12
Some say its name is from the "galloon", or braid, around its crown; others say from how much it held
    $400 7
The illegal leasing of oil reserves at this Wyoming site caused a tempest around Harding's administration
    $400 17
"Dread: A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp" was her 2nd anti-slavery novel
    $400 23
Victoria Woodhull did this in 1872, though women couldn't even vote yet
    $400 2
Term for one of the Earth's main land masses, by current count we have 7 of them
    $400 13
A flat-brimmed straw hat worn by & named for fellows who enjoy a good row
    $600 8
Name of the law enacted to enforce the 18th, or Prohibition, Amendment
    DD: $1,500 18
This Stephen V. Benét story pitted a famous American lawyer against a certain Mr. Scratch
    $600 3
Of the mesosphere, lithosphere or atmosphere the one you're standing on
    $600 14
The room in which you're most likely to see someone wearing a tall white hat called a "toque"
    $800 25
Zaire, a country more than 3 times the size of Texas, has only some 25 miles of coast on this ocean
    $800 9
Samuel Gompers, who practiced this trade, went on to lead the American Federation of Labor
    $800 19
"The 42nd Parallel", "1919" & "The Big Money" form this trilogy
    $800 4
A lot of island, mountains or volcanoes linked together in a row
    $800 15
A lacy head scarf worn by a lady of Spain
    $1000 24
This South African desert covers half of Botswana & eastern Namibia
    DD: $2,000 10
He won the disputed 1876 election when awarded the votes of Fla., S.C. & La.
    $1000 20
The sequels to this Dumas classic were "Twenty Years After" & "The Viscount of Bragelonne"
    $1000 22
Simone de Beauvoir wrote this definitive analysis of the secondary status of woman
    $1000 5
Fancy French term for a fissure, as in a glacier
    $1000 16
The tall headdress worn by bishops both on & off the chessboard

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dusten Carol Jim
$2,400 -$1,700 $11,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

With over 2 million people, it's the largest city in the West Indies

Final scores:

Dusten Carol Jim
$4,799 -$1,700 $11,499
2nd place: Pulaski Ridgeway time tell table + Bob Mitchell wall coverings 3rd place: Bernardaud Limoges porcelain dinnerware New champion: $11,499

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dusten Carol Jim
$2,400 -$200 $9,200
12 R,
2 W
9 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $11,400

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Game tape date: 1988-12-13
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