Show #1202 - Tuesday, November 21, 1989

Lisa Guay game 1.

Contestants

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Gary Williams, an administrative manager from New York City, New York

Lisa Guay, a homemaker from Champlain, New York

Jim Dompkowski, a financial analyst from Portland, Maine (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS FIRSTS
SICKNESS & HEALTH
MOVIES
PROVERBS
POTPOURRI
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON
    $100 1
In 1970 Diane Crump became the first female jockey to ride in this horse race at Churchill Downs
    $100 23
In the U.S. in 1988 there were 1,647 transplants of this organ, 1st transplanted by Christian Barnard
    $100 5
Word that completes the titles "Red...", "Dead...", "Body..." & "Border..."
    $100 18
According to the proverb, you should always do this "on the bright side"
    $100 8
A pioneer of the U.S. Air Force, Benjamin Foulois took flying lessons by mail from them
    $100 12
Children love to climb on the statue of Hans in this New York City park
    $200 2
In 1937, at the Crystal City, Tx. Spinach Festival, he became the 1st cartoon character to have a monument
    $200 27
The method of natural child-birth most widely used in the U.S. was developed by this French obstetrician
    $200 7
Caesar Romero & Jack Nicholson have both played this role on screen
    $200 19
A proverb on appearances goes, "If all the beard were all," this animal "might preach"
    $200 15
A recent Vatican postage stamp turned Sweden into Swabia due to a spelling mistake in this language
    DD: $400 13
The fairy tale that inspired the following song from the 1952 movie "Hans Christian Anderson":

"The King is in the all together /
But all together the all together /
He's all together as naked as the day that he was born /
The King is in the all together /
But all together the all together..."
    $300 3
This sewing machine maker was the 1st company to spend $1 million a year on advertising
    $300 28
High density lipoproteins are considered good forms of this "fat"
    $300 9
Like John Wayne with Duke, Henry Jones, Jr.'s nickname, Indiana, came from the name of this pet
    $300 20
"Every horse thinks its own pack" is this
    $300 24
The June 1989 Life cover story was an uplifting piece on the 100th anniversary of this intimate apparel
    $300 14
Hans wrote a story called "The Nightingale" & fell in love with this "Swedish Nightingale"
    $400 4
The 1st U.S. president born on the West Coast
    $400 10
His 1st film was 1935's "Splendor"; his last, 1983's "Curse of the Pink Panther"
    $400 21
"Once" this, "twice shy"
    $400 25
From 1941-66 the Camel sign in Times Square produced one of these every 4 seconds
    $400 16
One of his fairy tales is about a soldier made of this who falls in love with a ballerina doll
    $500 6
The 1st Hebrew dictionary in the U.S. was written by this author of "'Twas the Night Before Christmas"
    $500 11
He played the bounty hunter hired to locate the accountant played by Charles Grodin
    $500 22
A man in this occupation should "stick to his last"
    $500 26
Mammy & Pappy Yokum lived in this community
    $500 17
In one story, Karen lost control of her feet when she wore these

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

Jim Lisa Gary
$500 $300 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Lisa Gary
$700 $2,900 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

1930s BEST SELLERS
EUROPE
WORD PLAY
FASHION HISTORY
BUSINESS & INDUSRTY
FAMOUS LASTS
    $200 5
John Steinbeck's "Of Mice & Men" was his 1st best seller, this, his 2nd, was the No. 1 book of 1939
    $200 3
Oxford educated Olaf V became king of this Scandinavian country in 1957
    $200 15
Add 1 letter to "Cree" to get the name of this other Indian tribe
    $200 21
Even "beefy" men can wear these boots named for a 19th century duke
    $200 1
This 3rd largest U.S. automaker recently bought Thrifty, the 5th largest car rental company
    $200 26
In 1681, on the island of Mauritius, this bird was seen alive for the last time
    $400 12
2 best-selling self-help books of the decade were "Orchids on Your Budget" & "Wake Up &" do this
    $400 8
The country in which you're most likely to find Walloons
    $400 16
Oh, dear, the name of this American actress means "dear" in French
    $400 22
Used as ornamental trimmings for centuries, these beads share their name with a brass instrument
    $400 2
Dual health insurance company sometimes called "the blues"
    $400 27
This actress "grace"d the cover of the last cover of Collier's magazine, dated January 4, 1957
    DD: $600 13
The 2 James Hilton novels that made the fiction best-selling list in 1935
    $600 9
To gain its independence, Sweden defeated this much smaller country in the 1520s
    $600 17
It's the acronym for "The Royal Association for the Longevity and Preservation of 'The Honeymooners'"
    $600 23
A type of brooch worn in ancient Rome, or a bone in your leg which may have been named for it
    $600 4
To get closer to the market, Bally will move its gaming equipment mfg. from Illinois to this state
    $800 14
His 1938 book, "Alone", described his months alone in the Antarctic
    $800 10
It's the capital of Lombardy & the financial center of Italy
    $800 19
It's the only U.S. state whose name begins with 2 vowels
    $800 24
The chiton was the basic garment for both men & women in this ancient civilization
    $800 6
A suit was filed in Italy against Brown & Williamson for using this island's name for a cigarette
    $1000 18
Her soapy story "Back Street" was a 1931 best seller & was filmed in 1932, 1941 & 1961
    $1000 11
This Balkan country's King Boris III died mysteriously after a confrontation with Hitler
    $1000 20
This Italian dessert is the 1st complete word listed under "Z" in Webster's 3rd International Dictionary
    $1000 25
The calash was a garment resembling the top of a calèche, which was one of these
    $1000 7
Benjamin Harrison's Postmaster Gen.; he founded one of the 1st U.S. dept. stores in Philadelphia
    DD: $2,500 28
She was Henry VIII's last wife

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Lisa Gary
$0 $8,900 $2,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE SOLAR SYSTEM
It's the smallest of the 4 giant planets

Final scores:

Jim Lisa Gary
$0 $10,000 $600
3rd place: a Konica 35mm camera+Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! challenger New champion: $10,000 2nd place: a trip for two to Washington, D.C.+Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Lisa Gary
$3,100 $8,900 $2,400
16 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
23 R,
3 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $14,400

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