Show #1163 - Wednesday, September 27, 1989

Contestants

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Cindy Armstrong, a supervisor from Surrey, British Colombia

Norm Burger, a manufacturing operations specialist originally from Watertown, Massachusetts

Marty Wazowicz, a teacher from Scranton, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH ROYALTY
FOREIGN FESTIVALS
PSYCH 101
TV RERUNS
(Alex: We'll give you the clue, you give us the title of the original television series.)
GAMBLING
SONGS THAT "DON'T"
    $100 6
She proposed to Albert on October 15, 1839; they were married soon after
    $100 3
His "Day" is celebrated in Spain, Mexico & some Central & South American countries on October 12
    $100 13
A person experiencing a fugue state loses this & may leave home & may assume a new identity
    $100 8
"Jeff's Collie"
    $100 26
Citizens of this country are forbidden to gamble in its Monte Carlo casino
    $100 1
The 2 Elvis Presley #1 hits with “Don’t” in the titles were “Don’t” & this one
    $200 16
This royal couple gave their names to a style of furniture as well as a college in Virginia
    $200 18
Country whose Confederation Day marks the freeing of 3 cantons from Hapsburg rule in 1291
    $200 14
In 1905 he shocked the medical world with his "Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality"
    $200 9
"Ponderosa"
    $200 27
Type of poker in which the first card is dealt face down & the net 4 face up
    $200 2
The 2nd part of the title of this 1975 hit by Sugarloaf is "We'll Call You"
    $300 20
She represented her sister the queen when Antigua gained its independence in 1981
    $300 22
Highly decorated elephants wearing bells march in this large country's Republic day parade's
    $300 15
The name of this severe disorder comes from the Greek meaning "split mind"
    $300 10
"Badge 714"
    $300 28
The variation of the old shell game played with cards is called this
    $300 4
Rick Springfield's 1982 hit, or the warning Little Red Riding Hood's grandmother gave her
    $400 21
The clergyman who married Charles & Diana
    $400 24
Every March 25 Greece celebrates its winning of independence from this country
    $400 17
Because he liked to sketch in school. he was nicknamed Kleck, which means "inkblot"
    $400 11
"The Best of Groucho"
    $400 29
The numbers on the dice when 10 is "made the hard way" in craps
    $400 5
This song might explain where country singer Crystal Gayle got those beautiful blue eyes
    $500 23
Between 1603 & 1688, 4 men were King of England: 2 of them were named Charles & 2 of them were named this
    $500 25
A week-long carnival in July marks the 1953 revolt led by this communist
    $500 19
This Swiss psychologist developed the theory of collective unconscious
    $500 12
"Brave Stallion"
    $500 30
In a famous scene from "Born Yesterday" Judy Holliday outplayed Broderick Crawford in this game
    DD: $500 7
Though Bob Dylan wrote this song, it was Peter, Paul & Mary who made it a Top 10 hit:

"It ain't no use in turning on your light, babe /
That light I never knowed /
It ain't no use in turning on your light, babe /
I'm on the dark side..."

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Marty Norm Cindy
$800 $200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Norm Cindy
$2,300 $1,200 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

4-LETTER WORDS
"B" IN GEOGRAPHY
AMERICAN HISTORY
BOOKS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
MIKES & MICHAELS
    $200 20
Danny Thomas' favorite saint, or an "obscure" character in literature
    $200 6
Its national anthem is "My Golden Bengal"
    $200 7
Though the constitution became effective in 1789, this was not ratified until 1791
    $200 26
This romance publisher issues 30 new titles a month
    $200 1
It's the smallest form of the grand piano, but it usually isn't played by infants
    $200 12
The Farad, a unit of electrical capacitance, was named for this British physicist
    $400 21
Slang word that means "to talk or chatter", it's a part of the face that moves when you talk
    $400 17
It's the only Balkan country that fits the category
    $400 8
He was the 1st American in space & later commanded the Apollo 14 flight
    $400 29
Marianne Wiggins, wife of this "Satanic Verses" author, cancelled a tour for her book, "John Dollar"
    $400 2
If you were a viola, you'd have this many strings
    $400 13
The 2 stars of "Family Ties" who are named Michael
    $600 22
As a verb it means "to hold on to"; as a noun it's the central tower of a castle
    $600 25
This reason of Czechoslovakia was once inhabited by a tribe called the Boi--hence, it's name
    $600 9
On Sept. 7, 1664, this governor surrendered New Netherland to an English naval force that never fired a shot
    DD: $200 28
Type of "8 Week...Cure" on the N.Y. times Best Seller List for more than a year in 1988-89
    $600 3
The trumpet, the trombone & the tuba are found in this section of the orchestra
    $600 14
In the comics he's Zonker Harris' buddy & Ms. Joanie Caucus' son-in-law
    $800 23
From Old English for "step", it's what a man might do when he's waiting to become a dad
    $800 18
The Sultan of Brunei could tell you that Brunei is on this large island
    $800 10
The Missouri Compromise enabled Missouri to enter the union with this status
    $800 27
Essayist, cartoonist & humorist who described his years at The New Yorker in "The Years With Ross"
    DD: $300 4
Les Paul, recording pioneer & master of this instrument, doesn't read music
    $800 15
In 1977 President Jimmy Carter appointed this former senator ambassador to Japan
    $1000 24
A small drink of liquor, or small avoirdupois weight, 1/16 of an ounce
    $1000 19
It's the easternmost island in the West Indies
    $1000 11
He escaped his own 1829 inaugural festivities when guests destroyed furniture & smashed crystal
    $1000 30
The N.Y. Times listed his "The Cardinal of the Kremlin" as 1988's best-selling hardcover novel
    $1000 5
Typically, these Latin American rattles contain seeds or beads, but some modern ones are filled with lead shot
    $1000 16
She won Emmys for her work on "The Waltons" & "The Nurse"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Norm Cindy
$5,900 $7,900 $5,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS WOMEN
Born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu in 1910 in what is now Yugoslavia, she became a citizen of India in 1948

Final scores:

Marty Norm Cindy
$11,799 $11,801 $10,550
2nd place: a set of golf clubs + his and her mirrored sunglasses New champion: $11,801 3rd place: a set of watches + Nintendo game system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marty Norm Cindy
$6,400 $8,600 $5,300
23 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $20,300

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