Show #1020 - Friday, January 27, 1989

Contestants

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Jonathan Saltzberg, a copy editor & proofreader from Woodmere, New York

Margaret McGeorge, a clerk & typist from Slidell, Louisiana

George Roche, a director of voter registration originally from Fleetwood, Pennsylvania

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Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS FAMILIES
BIRDS
SONGS
SPORTS
COSMETICS
VOCABULARY
    $100 13
This member of the Reagan family is co-chairman of the Republican National Committee
    $100 26
Birds are plumose, meaning they have these
    $100 17
"Summertime" is when "the livin' is easy &" this crop "is high"
    $100 1
This sport was played indoors in 1905 at New York's Madison Square Garden, long before the MISL
    $100 3
Adrien Arpel sells a freeze-dried protein peel for people who have laugh lines around this
    $100 4
A preparation for public performance whether or not you "dress"
    $200 14
Starting in the 18th century, this Jewish family became the most famous of all European banking dynasties
    $200 27
Birds lost these early in their evolution, perhaps due to the development of the moveable upper jaw
    $200 22
2 of Survivor's Top 10 hits, "Burning Heart" & "Eye of the Tiger", were from films featuring this character
    $200 2
On July 4, 1981 John McEnroe stopped his attempt at a 6th consecutive Wimbledon championship
    $200 11
For women who hate "raccoon eyes", Max Factor makes a special mascara without this
    $200 5
As Quincy could tell you, a necropsy is more commonly called this
    DD: $400 18
The 2 famous daughters of Shakespearean actor Sir Michael Redgrave
    $300 28
Associated with love as far back as ancient Greece it has since become a symbol of peace
    $300 23
1 of 2 drinks mentioned in Billy Joel's "Piano Man"
    $300 8
This A.L. team recently purchased Arlington Stadium from the city of Arlington, Texas
    $300 12
Princess M. Borghese's "Fango" is a type of this, made to be packed on the face, body & even the hair
    $300 6
Louis XIV might have told you this French phrase means "nobility obligates"
    $400 19
A member of this Corsican family was U.S. Attorney General from 1906-1909
    $400 24
In 1976 Johnny Cash was building one of these "one piece at a time"
    $400 9
In '84 this N.Y. Jet, known for his "sack dance", set a season record with 22 sacks
    $400 15
This ingredient in Mink Difference hair spray actually comes from minks
    $400 7
From the French for "purse", it's the official in charge of funds at a college
    $500 20
This wealthy Delaware family's name used to be longer, with "de Nemours" tacked on to the end
    $500 25
In the title of a 1976 hit, Lou Rawls said, "You'll never find" this
    $500 10
In 1977 at age 17, he became the 1st jockey to ride mounts winning $6 million in 1 year
    $500 16
Ancient Egyptians blackened their eyelids, lashes & eyebrows with this, made from a sulfide
    $500 21
Shame on you if you don't know that a shaman is one of these

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

George Margaret Jonathan
$1,000 $1,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

George Margaret Jonathan
$2,600 $2,100 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN HISTORY
DRAMA
ISLANDS
SAINTS
MOTHER GOOSE
PRESIDENTS' WHEELS
    $200 4
In 1096 Peter the Hermit's preaching aroused public support for the 1st of these expeditions
    $200 17
Medieval mystery plays often dealt with events taken from this book
    $200 9
The 1st Communist state in the Western Hemisphere
    $200 12
This large Midwestern city is named for a greatly admired saint & king of France
    $200 2
"Old Mother Goose, when she wanted to wander, would ride through the air on a very fine" one of these
    $200 18
He was the 1st president to ride in an electric automobile; it may have been a "rough ride"
    $400 5
King John accepted it June 15, 1215
    $400 1
After finding his wife dead, Oedipus did this to himself with her brooches
    $400 10
In 1953 it was declared an integral part of Denmark
    $400 13
Legendary dragon slayer & rescuer of damsels in distress, he's the patron saint of England
    $400 3
Not Horatio but this character was a horn blower--when awake, that is
    $400 27
The 1st presidential limo with complete air conditioning was a 1961 Lincoln he ordered
    $600 6
In the 16th & 17th centuries this royal family ruled Spain was well as Austria
    $600 19
Author of "Cyrano de Bergerac", Edmond Rostand wrote at least 3 plays for this French actress
    $600 11
Island country where you'll find the Maoris speaking Maori
    $600 14
The patron saint of Czechoslovakia, we sing a song about this king at Christmastime
    $600 24
The 2 groups that failed in their attempt to reassemble Humpty Dumpty
    $600 28
The 1st president to join this road service organization was Woodrow Wilson
    $800 7
2 years after becoming Kaiser in 1888, Germany's Wilhelm II dismissed this famous chancellor
    $800 20
Act II of this Shaw play opens at a Salvation Army shelter
    DD: $1,800 22
While Little Diomede belongs to the U.S., Big Diomede belongs to this country
    DD: $1,000 15
Lord Chancellor of England in the 16th c., he didn't attain sainthood until 1935
    $800 25
Simple Simon went fishing in a pail to catch one of these
    $800 29
Called the most careful driver of all presidents, he drove "silently" & never went over 16 m.p.h.
    $1000 8
Forces from this duchy conquered Southern Italy as well as England in the 11th century
    $1000 21
Noted for "The Ghost Sonata", A. Strindberg has been called this country's greatest dramatist
    $1000 23
Japan's largest city, highest mountain & largest lake are located on this, its largest island
    $1000 16
Two of the saints with this name were from Thebes, Egypt & Padua, Italy
    $1000 26
In the 2nd verse of "Sing a Song of Sixpence", the king was here, totalling his assets
    $1000 30
In 1909 he ordered the White House stables converted into a garage

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

George Margaret Jonathan
$5,600 $4,900 $5,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
Of the state capitals, this one has the busiest airport

Final scores:

George Margaret Jonathan
$11,200 $0 $100
New champion: $11,200 3rd place: Excel rower & exercise cycle 2nd place: Colortyme console color TV & Glassfire fire set

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

George Margaret Jonathan
$5,400 $4,900 $7,300
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
12 R,
0 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,600

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