Show #1000 - Friday, December 30, 1988

Cigus Vanni game 1.

Contestants

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Bettie Nielsen, a claims authorizer from Mission Woods, Kansas

Chris Byrne, an engineer originally from Boston, Massachusetts

Cigus Vanni, a psychologist from Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania

Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AMERICA
PEOPLE
AUTOMOBILES
MOTHER GOOSE
FOOD & DRINK
FINE CHINA
    $100 6
In 1887, 11 years before annexing Hawaii, the U.S. obtained exclusive use of this naval facility
    $100 1
New York state's budget director is the son of this actor whose "Dynasty" character is in the money, too
    $100 18
As the ad says, it's "The 1st & only American car company to make air bags standard equipment"
    $100 7
Type of knife used by the farmer's wife to cut off the tails of 3 blind mice
    $100 12
In 1950 President Truman signed the act ending discriminatory taxes on this butter substitute
    $100 22
Unglazed "biscuit" china is commonly referred to by this shorter name
    $200 8
In 1874 this ex-president was elected to the Senate which had put him on trial 6 years earlier
    $200 2
Supreme Court justice known as "Whizzer"
    $200 19
In the hit song "Surf City" Jan & Dean bought this type of vehicle "& called it a Woody"
    $200 14
"See-saw Margery Daw, sold her bed & lay upon" this
    $200 13
Calorie counters will appreciate the Yukon Gold, a variety of this vegetable that tastes already buttered
    DD: $1,200 27
The name of a pale bluish glaze used on porcelain, it's also the title of the following:
    $300 9
In 1872 the land near the headwaters of this Wyoming territory river was designated a public park
    $300 3
Rageshree Ramachandran, age 13, won the 61st edition of this competition; we hope we got her name right
    $300 20
On April 8, 1988 the Marysville, Ohio plant assembling these Japanese cars produced its millionth
    $300 15
Musical combo that was the 3rd thing Old King Cole called for
    $300 21
To make this favorite of gold prospectors, start off with a bit of yesterday's leftover dough
    $400 10
On August 2, 1826 Daniel Webster delivered a eulogy on these 2 men at Faneuil Hall in Boston
    $400 4
Asked if she believes in this, Raisa Gorbachev said, "Not me...I believe...in practical things"
    $400 25
From Latin for "wild goat", this VW convertible replaced the Rabbit convertible in '85
    $400 16
According to his own statement, this creature saw Cock Robin die
    $400 23
The acerola cherry is known for its high content of this vitamin
    $500 11
Acquitted in 1807 of treason charges, he jumped bail before his trial for murder
    $500 5
You won't find Frank J. Zamboni in the Hockey Hall of Fame, but you will find his machine that does this
    $500 26
What a hot rodder was referring to when he talked about his "pots" & "jugs"
    $500 17
After breaking his crown, Jack's head was patched with brown paper & this liquid
    $500 24
The pignolia is also known by this "nutty" name

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

Cigus Chris Bettie
$900 $1,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cigus Chris Bettie
$100 $1,200 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEARE
W W II
THE 50 STATES
BROADWAY SONGS
CONSTELLATIONS
TOUGH TRIVIA
    $200 4
The last person Othello kills
    $200 7
Mussolini resigned after the allies captured this island but before they reached the mainland
    $200 5
Perhaps this state's romance with cars began in 1894 when one was driven on Pumpkinvine Pike in Kokomo
    $200 20
In "Cats", hour of the day that's the 1st word of "Memory"
    $200 16
You could shoe Pegasus the horse or shoo Musca, which is this
    $200 1
The label on A.1. Steak Sauce says it's made with caramel, raisins & this fruit peel
    $400 6
The Trojan tragedy that features Helen of Troy
    $400 13
He opened his WWII broaddcasts by saying "This is--London"
    $400 15
This state that's often called "America's Breadbasket" is the leading wheat producer
    $400 21
"Oklahoma!" opens with Curly singing that this is "on the meadow"
    $400 17
1 of the 2 constellations whose Latin names include the word "Major"
    $400 2
The number of arrows the eagle is holding on a $1 bill, or the number of stars over its head
    DD: $700 8
Macbeth calls it "A tale told by an idiot, full of sound & fury, signifying nothing"
    $600 14
German for "lightning", it's how Londoners referred to the bombing of their city
    $600 22
In 1670 the 1st lasting English settlement in this state was established & named Charles Towne
    $600 18
The ship Argo Navis consists of Carina the keel, Puppis the poop & Vela which are these
    $600 3
Cookbooks often have special instructions for people who live in areas with this topographic distinction
    $800 9
This leading character in "The Tempest" is the rightful Duke of Milan
    $800 24
About 1 million people died as this city held out against a "900 day siege" by the Germans
    $800 23
Appalachian state whose license plates say it's "Wild, Wonderful"
    $800 19
The largest mammal represented by a constellation
    $800 11
The lowest telephone area code in the U.S., 201, covers the northern half of this state
    $1000 10
In last scene of this play, the future King Henry VII says, "We will unite the white rose and the red"
    DD: $1,000 25
On same day as the Pearl Harbor attack, the Japanese bombed Iba & Clark Airfields in these islands
    $1000 26
"Directional" name for Alaska's oil-rich region on the Arctic Ocean coast
    $1000 27
Cassiopeia is the lady in the chair & she, the chained lady
    $1000 12
On a typical typewriter this symbol is on the same key as the number "4"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cigus Chris Bettie
$5,000 $3,000 -$800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORERS
Puerto Rico's 2nd largest city is named for this explorer, its 1st governor

Final scores:

Cigus Chris Bettie
$4,000 $999 -$800
New champion: $4,000 2nd place: Pinseeker golf clubs & Academy Broadway products for outdoor fun 3rd place: Video Treasures

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cigus Chris Bettie
$6,100 $3,000 $200
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
4 W
10 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $9,300

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