Show #1044 - Thursday, March 2, 1989

Contestants

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Bill Wright, an actor and writer from Los Angeles, California

Mary Jo Anhalt, a teacher from Bakersfield, California

Chris McKillop, a management consultant from Toronto, Canada (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,351)

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Jeopardy! Round

STARTS WITH "F"
THE ARTS
LAW
A.K.A.
(Alex: Also known as.)
HORSES
HODGEPODGE
    $100 15
Motorcraft replacement parts are made by this automaker
    $100 3
The N.Y. Times reports this country's films often have an obligatory wet sari scene
    $100 17
A person who died intestate didn't leave one of these
    $100 22
Nathalie Hedren, who's Don Johnson's ex-mother-in-law
    $100 26
Fine quality horsehair usually of this color is used in violin bows
    $100 2
Distinguished Disneyland visitors have included Sadat, Nehru & this Japanese emperor
    $200 9
In Britain, an apartment on 1 floor
    $200 4
In August 1988 the Getty Museum announced one of its prized pieces, the head of Achilles, was this
    $200 18
These can be grand, petit or hung
    $200 23
Canadian leader whose real first name is Joseph, his middle names are Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott
    $200 27
A male foal is called a colt & a female foal this
    $200 6
Civil War general Daniel Butterfield composed this "final" military bugle call
    $300 12
A member of the Air Force who specializes in aviation medicine
    $300 5
In a special issue in 1988, Life magazine celebrated 150 years of this art
    $300 16
Of patents, copyrights or trademarks, the 1 with a potentially unlimited term
    $300 21
Professional name of David Meyer, who spent 4 years as a "fugitive"
    $300 28
It consists of the bit, the headstall & the reins
    $300 1
The chain stitch is the foundation of this form of needlework done with a hooked needle
    $400 13
Very big woodpeckers, or very old movies
    $400 10
In April 1988 this Dallas Cowboy took off his cleats to dance with the Ft. Worth Ballet
    $400 19
System adopted in 8 states, including California, for property ownership by married couples
    $400 24
Francis Kane wrote "The Carpetbaggers" under this name
    $400 29
Earliest "age" at which a thoroughbred becomes eligible to race
    $400 7
A new coalition against ocean pollution was recently announced by this actor, "Cheers"'s former owner
    $500 14
A bugle with valves, it's like a cornet but has a wider base
    $500 11
"The Lady with the Unicorn" is a medieval example of this textile art form
    DD: $1,500 20
From the Latin for "twist", it's a civil wrong or injury that doesn't involve a contract
    $500 25
Edna Gillooly, who won an Oscar for playing a waitress named Alice
    $500 30
For this type of racing, horses can have weights clipped to the front hooves to lengthen the stride
    $500 8
In 1958 this San Francisco-based bank issued the 1st bank credit card

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

Chris Mary Jo Bill
$1,300 $300 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Mary Jo Bill
$4,000 $1,000 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
FRENCH FOOD TERMS
BODIES OF WATER
AUTHORS
DESIGN
BIBLICAL 1st LINES
(Alex: Now this category has to do with the 1st line in the Bible spoken by a particular individual; we'll give you the line, you have to identify the speaker.)
    $200 20
Medicare was passed into law in 1965 as an amendment to this 1935 act
    $200 1
French for "veil", this pancake is almost as thin as a veil
    $200 11
There are no fish in this "great" lake which geologists say evolved from Lake Bonneville
    $200 26
He died in 1963, the same year his half brother Andrew Huxley won the Nobel Prize for Physiology
    $200 13
Chippendale, Sheraton & Hepplewhite were 18th century furniture designers in this country
    $200 3
"Let there be light"
    DD: $2,000 21
Andrew Jackson acquired his nickname, "Old Hickory", during this war
    $400 2
A French "salad in the style of the city of Nice"
    $400 10
Province in which you'd find Lake Winnipeg, the 3rd largest lake lying entirely within Canada
    $400 30
She had several suitors but never married, perhaps because she was filled with "Pride & Prejudice"
    $400 14
This curlicued style, which comes from the word "Arabian", can be seen on mosques & manuscripts
    $400 8
"What shall be done to the man that killeth this Phillistine & taketh away the reproach from Israel?"
    $600 18
Whittaker Chambers said this man passed him official documents
    $600 5
"Coarse stew" in French, its basic ingredient is eggplant
    $600 4
Saudia Arabia's east coast is on the Persian Gulf & its west coast on this body of water
    $600 29
Some say Guy de Maupassant was the illegitimate son of this "Madame Bovary" author
    $600 15
Andre le Notre designed the gardens that surround this principal residence of Louis XIV
    $600 17
"We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the garden, but..."
    $800 19
In 1777 this pamphleteer wrote, "We fight not to enslave but to set a country free"
    $800 6
Though it literally means "greedy", this term for a food connoisseur isn't negative in France
    $800 7
Scottish equivalent of a fjord, a famous one is "of Forth"
    $800 28
Satirical British author whose 1934 novel "A Handful of Dust" became a 1988 film
    $800 16
In the Netherlands, faience, tin glazed earthenware, is called this
    DD: $1,000 22
"Go & search diligently for the young child & when ye have found him, bring me word again"
    $1000 25
James Monroe's 2 terms, 1817-25, were called, though some say wrongly, the "Era of" this
    $1000 12
This type of cream soup was formerly made from pigeons, but now may contain shrimp or lobster
    $1000 9
Type of lake formed when a winding river cuts across one of its loops & forms a landlocked area
    $1000 27
"Dragon Seed" author who wrote several novels with an American setting using the pen name John Sedges
    $1000 24
In the U.S. it's the predominant architectural style of 1980s skyscrapers
    $1000 23
"Hear, I pray you, this dream which I have dreamed"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Mary Jo Bill
$12,000 $2,200 $3,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
One of three state capitals with the shortest names--only five letters long

Final scores:

Chris Mary Jo Bill
$7,500 $1,000 $4,500
3-day champion: $34,851 3rd place: pair of Lucien Piccard watches 2nd place: Trip to Safety Harbor Spa & Fitness Center in Tampa Bay

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Mary Jo Bill
$11,000 $4,000 $3,700
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $18,700

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