Show #1172 - Tuesday, October 10, 1989

Contestants

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Greg Rombach, a salesman from Glendale, California

Helen Atlas, a speech pathologist from Orangeburg, New York

Kerry Tymchuk, an attorney originally from Reedsport, Oregon (whose 4-day cash winnings total $30,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL SLOGANS
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
'50s SONGS
SEWING
FICTIONAL DETECTIVES
"C" HERE
    $100 1
"The New Deal"
    $100 6
These 2 colors of Georgetown University signify union of the North & South after the Civil War
    $100 18
It's the phrase following "See you later, alligator"
    $100 22
Used more on clothing now, its 1893 patent described it as "a clasp locker or unlocker for shoes"
    $100 7
Keye Luke & Sen Yung played this detective's No. 1 & No. 2 sons in several films of the '30s
    $100 14
You could have one "of arms", "of mail" or "of paint"
    $200 2
"The Great Society"
    $200 12
Many of NASA's space probes are controlled from this university's jet propulsion lab
    $200 23
Marty Robbins reached No. 2 in 1957 with a song about "a white sport coat and" this flower
    $200 26
The collective 1-word name for pins, needles, thimbles, elastic, etc.
    $200 8
"The Long Goodbye", Raymond Chandler's 6th novel about this detective, was voted 1955's best mystery novel
    $200 15
This sign of the Zodiac represents an animal that once pinched Hercules
    $300 3
"The New Frontier"
    $300 13
Booker T. Washington borrowed $500 to buy the land on which this school was built
    $300 24
He was "Born on a mountiantop in Tennessee, greenest state in the land of the free"
    $300 28
"Knife", "inverted" & "box" are types of these fabric folds
    $300 9
Hugh Drummond, created by Herman Cyril McNeile, in '20, was known by this tenacious nickname
    $300 19
In poems, this word precedes "Into the garden, Maud" & "Live with me, and be my love"
    $400 4
"The Fair Deal"
    $400 16
The athletic teams of this Coral Gables, Florida school are nicknamed the Hurricanes
    DD: $500 25
In 1956, this song from Hitchcock's "The Man Who Knew Too Much" made No. 2 on the pop charts:

When I was just a little girl
I asked my mother...
    $400 29
Cutting along the diagonal of a fabric is called cutting on this
    $400 10
In the late 1930s Peter Lorre starred as this Japanese sleuth in a series of 8 films
    $400 20
"Semper Paratus", meaning always prepared, is the official song of this branch of he service
    $500 5
"The Square Deal"
    $500 17
60,000 items pertaining to author Margaret Mitchell are housed at this university's library
    $500 27
About her, Paul Anka sang, "I'm so young and you're so old, this my darling I've been told"
    $500 30
Word for the part of a woman's dress between the neck, shoulders & waist
    $500 11
Paul Newman's "Harper" character was actually this private eye created by Ross MacDonald
    $500 21
Founded by the Mounties, this city in Alberta was named for one Mountie's ancestral home in Scotland

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Kerry Helen Greg
$1,300 $700 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Helen Greg
$2,800 $2,100 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT ROME
ACTORS & ROLES
ANTONYMS
BODIES OF WATER
ARTS & CRAFTS
POTPOURRI
    $200 7
Augustus was given the title "Pater Patriae", which meant this, a phrase later describing Washington
    $200 6
In 1931 this platinum blonde played the "Platinum Blonde"
    $200 12
Change 2 letters in mini & you produce this antonym
    $200 1
This stormy bay north of Spain & west of France was named for the Basques
    $200 23
Pottery that's "thrown" is made on this piece of equipment
    $200 20
In Hawaii, this word sometimes refers to a veranda, & other times to a whole island
    $400 16
In early Rome the Plebeians were the lower class citizens & these were the upper class
    $400 8
He played a lustful landlord trying to romance Carol Lynley in 1963's "Under the Yum Yum Tree"
    $400 13
From the Latin "sub", beneath, & "figere", to fix, it's the opposite of a prefix
    $400 2
The shore of this Israeli-Jordanian lake is the lowest point of land on Earth
    $400 24
The lead strips surrounding pieces of stained glass are joined with this kind of an "iron"
    $400 21
Nyctophobia isn't an abnormal fear of smoking but of this
    $600 17
The only battle Rome won against this general was at Zama, ending the 2nd Punic War
    $600 9
Bette Davis has played this monarch in 2 films; 1st in 1939 & again in 1955
    $600 14
Antonymically speaking, this classic soap opera becomes "The Center of Day"
    DD: $600 3
The Colorado River flows into this gulf once known as the Vermilion Sea
    $600 25
Similar to tie-dyeing, this process uses wax to resist the dye
    $600 22
2 of the 5 divisions Girl Scouts are separated into according to age
    $800 18
This "elder" wrote a 37 volume scientific encyclopedia
    $800 10
In 1980 Paul LeMat was "Melvin"; he was "Howard"
    $800 15
In Matthew 12:30 Jesus said "He that is not with me is" this
    $800 4
This sea gets its name from a collective term for the people of Latvia & Lithuania
    DD: $1,100 26
Origami is the art of folding paper, & kirigami is the art of doing this to paper
    $800 27
This lord didn't lose his marbles; he sold them in 1816--they're now in the British Museum
    $1000 19
In 330 A.D. he moved the capital of the empire from Rome to Byzantium, which he renamed
    $1000 11
In her film debut this actress recreated her stage role as Rita in 1983's "Educating Rita"
    $1000 5
The Asian & European parts of Istanbul are linked by a bridge spanning this strait
    $1000 29
Word for the framework, or skeleton, used as a support for clay, plaster or paper-mâché figures
    $1000 28
"Cathedra" isn't the plural of "cathedral"; it's one of these used by a bishop

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kerry Helen Greg
$3,200 $3,600 $5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
The story of this man who rented a house in Omaha, Nebraska in 1917 was made into a 1938 film

Final scores:

Kerry Helen Greg
$0 $2,600 $2,700
3rd place: a Design Institute America recliner + either the Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! scorekeeper 2nd place: a trip to Tampa, Florida via Continental Airlines + either the Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! scorekeeper New champion: $2,700 + either the Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! scorekeeper

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kerry Helen Greg
$3,100 $4,700 $5,600
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,400

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