Show #1014 - Thursday, January 19, 1989

Contestants

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Ann Cook, a librarian originally from Charlottesville, Virginia

Sharon Waldman, a teacher from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Michael Herman, an arts management consultant originally from Houston, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC QUOTES
VOCABULARY
PERFUME
MUSIC
UNCLES
ANTS
    $100 6
His infamous quote was "Sic semper tyrannis! The South is avenged!"
    $100 5
A case for arrows, whether or not it shakes
    $100 25
This company's "No 3" perfume comes in a box decorated w/its trademark green & red stripes & double G's
    $100 11
Beethoven wrote 3 equale compositions for 4 of these instruments, not 76
    $100 14
He's been called "The Thief of Bad Gags", "Mr. Television" & "Uncle Miltie"
    $100 1
In a famous fable, the ant is portrayed as hard working while this insect just has a good time
    $200 7
To defend Britain, he vowed, "We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds"
    $200 12
It means government by a small group, not government by men named Ollie
    $200 26
In English, the name "magic noire" means this, & it'll have you in its spell
    $200 15
German for "song collection", it's also the name of a soft cheese resembling a mild limburger
    $200 20
He can be your critical mentor even if you're not his nephew & he's not from Holland
    $200 2
Term for a community of ants, its population can reach millions
    $300 8
"Many abolitionists have yet to learn the ABC of woman's rights," she wrote in 1860
    $300 13
If your hostess offers you a comfit, she expects you to do this with it
    $300 27
This 5th Avenue store says its perfume is "our newest jewel"; you might want to wear it to breakfast
    $300 16
French for "study", it's an instrumental piece designed to improve a player's technique
    $300 21
Elizabeth II became direct heir to the British throne when her uncle did this
    $300 3
Ants protect themselves from their enemies by stinging or doing this to them
    $400 9
In reference to his post-WWI 14 Points, Clemenceau noted, "The good Lord had only 10"
    $400 17
Misogyny is the hatred of women, whereas misogamy is this
    $400 28
Often used in perfume to prevent rapid evaporation, its name means "gray amber"
    $400 19
As a reed instrument, it's played with the mouth; made of glass, it's played with wet fingers or mallets
    DD: $1,300 22
Grotesque character played by Jackie Coogan in the TV series with the following theme:

"They're creepy and they're kooky /
Mysterious and spooky..."
    $400 4
After mating in the air, the queen ant lands & tears these off
    $500 10
Civil War general who said, "War is cruelty and you cannot refine it"
    $500 18
From Latin for "to beg", it's a fancy 9-letter synonym for a beggar
    $500 24
Chopin wrote over 50 of these Polish folk dances performed by 4 or 8 couples
    $500 23
When he was 18, Octavian, a.k.a. Augustus, was adopted by & made heir to this man, his great uncle

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

Michael Sharon Ann
$2,400 $300 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Sharon Ann
$2,400 $1,800 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
FLOWERS & TREES
LITERATURE
FINE CHINA
1952
SPORTS IN FILM
    $200 23
It's the only South American country bordered by a Central American country
    $200 8
While many trees bear flowers, conifers bear these
    $200 1
In his will, he left all his possessions to his "friend & benefactor Edward Hyde"
    $200 17
Though Delftware was 1st produced in this country, it's also made in England
    $200 2
This emperor wrote 2 poems commemorating peace that were published in 1952
    $200 12
Besides a lot of fighting, the other sport featured in "Slap Shot"
    $400 24
Alphabetically, this war-ravaged country is 1st in the world
    $400 13
In a song from the film "Hans Christian Andersen", it's what the inchworm is measuring
    $400 4
This dashing M. Mitchell character has been called "The most famous of all Charlestonians"
    $400 22
The trademark of the Meissen porcelain factory is 2 of these weapons, crossed
    $400 3
1/5 of the population of this Rumanian capital was expelled for being "unproductive"
    DD: $1,000 18
In "Pat & Mike" Katharine Hepburn is a real swinger as a pro in these 2 sports
    DD: $800 25
The highest point in the West Indies is 10,417 ft. Duarte Peak in this country on Hispaniola
    $600 14
Oregon's huge virgin timber forests are dominated by this fir named for a famous botanist
    $600 9
This Mark Twain character was filled with quail-shot "pretty near up to his chin" so he couldn't jump
    $600 28
In 1757 the Sevres china factory named a new color, not a hairstyle, for this mistress of Louis XV
    $600 5
The U.S. sent radio-controlled "robot" bombers on kamikaze raids to hit targets in this country
    $600 19
Sport that was the subject of "Blood & Sand:, the "gore"y film which starred Tyrone Power
    $800 26
Continent where most major mountain ranges extend from a knot of peaks called the Pamir
    $800 15
From the Spanish word for "raft", it's the tree with the lightest wood in commercial use
    $800 10
Though Jay Gastsby loved her, she was "chain"ed to Tom Buchanan
    $800 29
First name shared by the great 18th century potters Spode & Wedgewood
    $800 6
Owner of RKO Pictures, he closed down the studio to weed out people believed to be pro-Communist
    $800 20
It's what Clint Eastwood does to the Eiger in "The Eiger Sanction"
    $1000 27
Near the geographic center of Australia, this scenic "Rock" was a sacred place to the Aborigines
    $1000 16
Some mistakenly think this yellow flower, once proposed for U.S. nat'l flower, causes hay fever
    $1000 11
Her last words to Alice were "Off with her head!"
    $1000 30
English county famed for its colorful figurines & muscular terriers
    $1000 7
On May 30 Gen. M. Ridgeway replaced him as Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in Europe
    $1000 21
"The Stratton Story" of 1949 portrayed Monty Stratton's poignant comeback in this sport

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Sharon Ann
$7,200 $6,000 $3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
His father, whose first & middle names were also Charles Augustus, was a Minnesota congressman

Final scores:

Michael Sharon Ann
$2,399 $0 $0
2-day champion: $12,400 2nd place: Lehigh bedroom furniture & Kingsdown sleep set + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version 3rd place: Emerson VHS-C camcorder + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Sharon Ann
$8,500 $5,800 $3,000
26 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,300

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