Show #1041 - Monday, February 27, 1989

Contestants

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Nancy Burke, a secretary from Buffalo, New York

Bill Vogel, a phys. ed. teacher originally from Bayport, New York

Dean Miller, a restaurant manager from Gaithersburg, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

STARTS WITH "B"
PLAYS
COOKING
U.S.A.
BASEBALL
LEFTOVERS
(Alex: Very similar to Potpourri; these are clues left over from previous matches.)
    $100 12
A type of collapsed star, or a cell where many collapsed in Calcutta
    $100 1
1 of 3 full-length plays by Shaw with "man" in the title
    $100 17
If you're allergic to chocolate, you can substitute this, which comes from a leathery pod
    $100 20
The lyrics to its state song were written by King Kalakaua
    $100 5
If you don't mind the abuse, you can earn $40-100,000 a year doing this job in the majors
    $100 10
Before becoming a comic, this ski-nosed star started out in vaudeville as a dancer
    $200 13
It commonly precedes green, neck & -nosed dolphin
    $200 2
The early Greek play "The Rhesus" isn't about a monkey, it's based on this Homerian war epic
    $200 18
Wild game is aged for several days or weeks, not to tenderize it but to do this
    $200 21
Most of us know the General Grant National Memorial by this name
    $200 6
In '85 the Reds had a special phone installed so Pres. Reagan could congratulate him on his 4,192nd hit
    $200 11
The current king of Thailand was born in Cambridge, Mass. while his father was a medical student there
    $300 14
Nickname of George Moran, whose gang was massacred on Feb. 14, 1929
    $300 3
The title character of this Ibsen play meets a troll king & even escapes being melted
    $300 19
This tropical fruit dessert is correctly prepared "wrong side up"
    $300 22
City in which you'd find the hotel claimed to be America's tallest, the 72-story Peachtree Plaza
    DD: $500 7
(Video Daily Double)
Seen here, he was the last man credited with a single steal of home plate in a World Series:
    $300 30
In the 1800s antimacassar covers were put on soft backs protecting them from macassar oil used on this
    $400 15
A percussion instrument, or an African antelope who probably doesn't play it
    $400 4
In Arthur Kopit's play "Indians", Charles Durning was Ned Buntline & Stacy Keach was this hero of Buntline's books
    $400 25
This cereal used to make party mix comes in rice, corn, wheat, bran & honey graham varieties
    $400 23
As far as we know, it's the only city in the world with an 8 1/2-foot statue of Rocky Balboa
    $400 8
1906 was the only year these 2 cross-town rivals faced each other in the World Series
    $400 29
This first lady was sent to finishing school in London shortly before her uncle became president
    $500 16
"Danseuse" is a fancy term for one of these, which you'll know if you're on your toes
    $500 27
"The Gospel at Colonus" is a black gospel version of this Greek tragic hero's life
    $500 26
The difference between veloute & bechamel sauce is that veloute doesn't contain this
    $500 24
The banquet following the Iditarod Dog Sled Race is in this city, but we doubt they serve mush
    $500 9
Many remember the 1969 "Miracle" Mets, but few remember they beat this eastern team in the World Series
    $500 28
Last name of designer Zandra, who's been called "The Mother of Punk Fashion"

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

Dean Bill Nancy
$1,800 $300 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dean Bill Nancy
$4,000 $2,000 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

WHAT'S "NEW"
LITERATURE
PARIS
NUCLEAR PHYSICS
'88 MOVIES
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
    $200 10
Robin Hood met this tall guy on a bridge, fought him, lost, & let him join his band
    $200 25
All that's left of this prison is a white outline where it once stood
    $200 22
There were so many animation units for this Spielberg-Disney prod. the credits ran 6 1/2 minutes
    $200 5
The largest region in North America named after Columbus is this Canadian province
    $400 21
The 1st day of a Jewish month, when the side of Luna facing Earth is dark
    $400 11
He was "knighted" by an innkeeper whose hostelry he mistook for a castle
    $400 9
Ile de la Cite, an island in the Seine, is home to this cathedral completed in the 14th century
    $400 23
David Keith played Elvis in this film named for the King's 1st No. 1 hit
    $400 4
In Spanish his name was Cristobal Colon, & in Italian, this
    $600 17
Agencies created as part of this included the FDIC, FHA, AAA, SEC, CCC, WPA & TVA
    $600 12
Mark Twain wrote "The New Pilgrim's Progress", but he wrote the original
    $600 8
Founded in the 13th century, it's one of the liberal arts colleges in the University of Paris
    $600 20
The 1st time a man changed 1 element into another was when Rutherford turned nitrogen into this
    $600 19
Ads called this Jonathan Demme production "A Killer Comedy" & "The Godfather on Laughing Gas"
    $600 3
He founded Nueva Isabela, 1st European colony in the New World, now this Dominican capital
    $800 16
In Australia, South Africa & England, the cities named this are all important coal mining centers
    DD: $1,000 13
Of the original 3 Musketeers, the 2 whose names begin with "A"
    $800 7
Until the 1920s this quaint hillside section was the major art colony in Paris
    $800 18
Bette Midler & Lily Tomlin starred in this farce about 2 sets of identical twins weekending at the Plaza
    $800 2
In 1482 King John II of this country turned down Columbus' request for funding
    $1000 14
This Mass. city's yearly fish catch has the highest value of any U.S. city
    $1000 24
After the success of "Far from the Madding Crowd", he gave up architecture for writing
    $1000 6
This gallery was built by Napoleon III as a hothouse for citrus trees
    $1000 15
Robert Redford directed this film about disputed water rights in New Mexico
    $1000 1
Columbus made a total of this many round trip voyages between Spain & the New World

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dean Bill Nancy
$4,200 $6,000 $5,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

CLASSICAL MUSIC
A movement of this symphony Beethoven supposedly was writing on his deathbed premiered in 1988

Final scores:

Dean Bill Nancy
$200 $3,600 $10,200
3rd place: Norman's of Salisbury bedspreads 2nd place: Broyhill cherry-finished desk & Vistel telephone display New champion: $10,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dean Bill Nancy
$4,000 $7,000 $5,100
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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