Show #1040 - Friday, February 24, 1989

Contestants

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Cheryl Shaw, from Westminster, California

Dean Miller, a restaurant manager from Gaithersburg, Maryland

Howard Asaki, a physician associate from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1930s
FAMOUS FOLKS
HATS
HIDEOUS CREATURES
SPORTS
"FAN"s
    $100 22
Born in Canada in 1934, the celebrated Dionne quintuplets were all of this sex
    $100 14
She now thinks she may have been too frank in her autobiography "Past Imperfect"
    $100 5
During the English Civil War, cavaliers were noted for large ones of these stuck in their hats
    $100 8
The Japanese call him Gojira & wish he'd make some place other than Tokyo his stomping ground
    $100 1
In the last 35 years, this team has had only 2 managers -- Walter Alston & Tommy Lasorda
    $100 3
Type of "voyage" Raquel Welch took in a 1966 film
    $200 25
Event at which FDR said, "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself"
    $200 15
Called "The Most Successful Independent TV Producer", his series include "Love Boat" & "Charlie's Angels"
    $200 12
The tall silk hat worn by Abraham Lincoln named for its resemblance to a rooftop fixture
    $200 9
In 1960 the World Book Encyclopedia sponsored a search for this Himalayan legend
    $200 2
Not only was he the NHL's MVP from 1980-87, he has yet to break a tooth
    $200 4
A flourish of trumpets, or the cost of a cab for a sports enthusiast
    $300 26
In January 1935 federal agents gunned down this famous mother & her son Fred
    $300 16
African National Congress leader arrested in South Africa August 5, 1962, he's been held ever since
    $300 13
This TV star donated his Detroit Tigers baseball cap to the Smithsonian
    $300 11
A corpse reanimated by a voodoo princess, or a drink that makes you feel like one
    DD: $500 6
In 1988 the U.S. & USSR competed against each other in summer Olympics for the 1st time in this many years
    $300 17
It's not known if this Spanish dance is of Basque, Moorish or South American Indian origin
    $400 28
On Pres. Hoover's orders, federal troops evicted this "army" from Washington, D.C.
    $400 20
Take this comedian's father: he had him study violin, hoping he'd play for the Metropolitan Opera
    $400 27
Unusual headgear worn by Tennessee congressman Estes Kefauver in the '48 primary
    $400 23
These grotesque creatures used as waterspouts are a mainstay of Gothic architecture
    $400 7
In Olympic springboard diving, the height of the board
    $400 18
In this "Chinese" card game, play begins when a 7 is laid on the table
    $500 29
Harold Gatty's co-pilot on the 1st single-plane round-the-world flight
    $500 21
Born in Okla., this N.Y. senator & former U.N. ambassador was once a shoeshine boy & a longshoreman
    $500 24
Herbert Lom, Claude Rains & Lon Chaney have all played this disfigured deviler of dainty divas
    $500 10
In 1988 Orel Hershiser won the N.L. Cy Young Award, & he won it in the A.L.
    $500 19
Someone breeding cats to bring out desired features might be called this

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

Howard Dean Cheryl
$700 $1,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Howard Dean Cheryl
$1,000 $3,900 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. STATES
ROMAN LITERATURE
BIRDS
ACTORS & ROLES
RELIGION
ALL NUMBERS
    $200 3
Louisiana was named in honor of the king of this country
    $200 14
Phaedrus, a former Roman slave, produced Latin versions of the fables of this former Greek slave
    $200 8
Though owls have excellent night vision, they rely on this very acute sense for attacking
    $200 16
In the 1987 TV version of "Uncle Tom's Cabin", this "Equalizer" turned evil as Simon Legree
    $200 10
In the Eastern Orthodox Church, crowns are held above the man & woman in this sacrament
    $200 1
Number of days -- or nights -- in a fortnight
    $400 4
An 8' 8" cake with 88 gallons of punch was served on 8/8/88 in the town of Eighty-Eight in this "Bluegrass State"
    $400 27
Called the greatest of all Latin poets, he's most noted for the "Aeneid"
    $400 9
The muscular part of a bird's stomach, a turkey's can even crush hickory nuts
    $400 17
This was Steve McQueen's profession in both his 1st TV series & his last film
    $400 15
The only Englishman to hold this office was Nicholas Breakspear from 1154-59
    $400 2
Number of wheels on a pedicab
    $600 5
The only 2' gauge railroad in the U.S. takes tourists on a trip thru this state's cranberry bogs
    $600 28
The only literary form the Romans invented, it's "something that closes on Saturday night"
    $600 11
Related to pigeons but larger than turkeys, this bird was the 1st modern species to become extinct
    $600 18
1 of 2 performers who won Tonys for the musical "Sweeney Todd"
    $600 21
While a prisoner in Rome, he wrote the epistles to Philemon, the Colossians & Philippians
    DD: $1,000 24
Traditional no. of questions starting with "W" that a good journalist answers in a news story
    $800 6
The Uncle Sam Diamond, largest diamond ever discovered in the U.S., came from a mine in this state
    $800 29
Caesar defended attacking this land in a work divided into 7 parts, not 3
    DD: $1,000 12
(Video Daily Double)
Among these Australian birds, it is the male who sits on the eggs & raises the young:
    $800 19
This beauty saved a beast in "King Kong Lives" & a beast saves her on "Beauty & the Beast"
    $800 22
After becoming a nun, she never returned to Lourdes, not even to see the basilica consecrated
    $800 25
Number of times a ship's bell is rung to signal the end of a watch
    $1000 7
This state's largest airport is located in Warwick, its 2nd largest city
    $1000 30
Study Roman lit & you'll soon get around to this poet & his "Metamorphoses"
    $1000 13
The common pintail is one of these
    $1000 20
She was Theo's math teacher on "The Cosby Show" & the spider woman in "Kiss of the Spider Woman"
    $1000 23
He was only 38 when he & his brother Hyrum were murdered in Illinois in 1844
    $1000 26
"Mark Twain" is a riverman's expression for water this many fathoms deep

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Howard Dean Cheryl
$3,800 $11,100 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CANADA
In 1621 this Canadian province was named to honor the homeland of the reigning king, James

Final scores:

Howard Dean Cheryl
$4,600 $14,100 $12,000
3rd place: Pulaski Ridgeway Time Tell table New champion: $14,100 2nd place: Trip to Saddlebrook Resort in Tampa, Florida

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Howard Dean Cheryl
$3,400 $10,700 $7,000
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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