Show #1003 - Wednesday, January 4, 1989

Cigus Vanni game 4.

Contestants

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Keith Level, a community college teacher originally from Ventura, California

Sarah Lehman, an editorial assistant originally from Vancouver, British Columbia

Cigus Vanni, a psychologist from Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania (whose 3-day cash winnings total $23,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

PHYSICAL SCIENCE
NUMERICAL PHRASES
SPORTSCASTERS
1968
MOVIE TRIVIA
JULIA CHILD SAYS
    $100 14
A heliocentric model of the solar system has this at its center
    $100 1
Something wild, confusing or entertaining, like a Barnum & Bailey show
    $100 6
Set to anchor prime time TV coverage of the '80 Olympics, he finally got his chance 8 years later
    $100 11
They were married December 22 after her dad was elected but before he was inaugurated
    $100 26
Appropriately, his 1st film after getting out of the Army was 1960's "G.I. Blues"
    $100 21
They're easily peeled & the whites are tender when done in a pressure cooker
    $200 17
Astronautics is the science of flight here
    $200 2
An example of this is "A bum came up to me & said 'I haven't had a bite in 2 days', so I bit him"
    $200 7
Once pro baseball's youngest umpire, he now calls 'em as he sees 'em hosting "The NFL Today"
    $200 12
On July 30 the Washington Senators' Ron Hansen executed the 1st unassisted one since 1927
    $200 27
Most of this Clint Eastwood film was actually shot on Alcatraz
    $200 22
"Pain Francais", it goes well with a salad nicoise
    $300 18
It's distance traveled divided by time of travel
    $300 3
Collective term for the major bodies of water in the world, or a brand of salad dressing
    $300 8
Covering Yankee games for the past 32 seasons, this former shortstop often exclaims, "Holy cow!"
    $300 13
This ship was seized by North Korea January 23 & the crew was held until December 22
    $300 28
Film in which Ernest Borgnine's beefy performance as a Bronx butcher won him an Oscar
    $300 23
People on diets can cook with wine since this which "carries the calories", gets cooked out
    $400 19
In the science of sound, it's the distance between one crest & the next or between 2 troughs
    DD: $300 4
In 1969 this group had their first Top 10 Hit with the following:

"One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do /
Two can be as bad as one..."
    $400 9
"Hey! Wait a minute! He was drafted by the NFL Eagles but never played due to a knee injury
    $400 15
A survey of 70 years of best sellers had 7 of his hardboiled titles in the top 25
    $400 29
The 1st time this song is heard in "Casablanca", Ingrid Bergman is humming it
    $400 24
If a turkey breast is tough, this was probably done too soon after slaughter
    $500 20
Known for his principle of displacement, he's been called "The Father of Experimental Science"
    $500 5
Stewed to the gills, nautically speaking
    $500 10
A broadcaster & Ford spokesman, he set a record of 27 Grand Prix wins
    $500 16
The 1st man to orbit the Earth, he died March 27 in a plane crash
    $500 25
This French term translates as "high-class cooking"

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

Cigus Sarah Keith
$900 $100 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cigus Sarah Keith
$1,000 $1,700 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

CANADA
FASHION
BEST SELLERS
OPERETTAS
POT LUCK
ANAGRAMS
    $200 4
Appropriate name for Canada's newest province
    $200 16
It's still considered the classic color for tennis clothes
    $200 22
This company's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary has been on the best seller list for 3 years
    $200 1
"The Chocolate Soldier" is based on this playwright's "Arms & the Man"
    $200 11
Societies called "krewes" have organized & paid for the Mardi Gras festivities in this city since 1857
    $200 17
Dawn stole this, a magician's accessory
    DD: $1,000 5
The province of Ontario borders all the Great Lakes except this one
    $400 24
Clothing & accesories with the initials YSL come from this designer
    $400 23
"A Brief History of Time" by Stephen Hawking measures time from this monumental explosion
    DD: $1,000 2
"Drinking Song" & "Come Boys, Let's All Be Gay Boys" are from this work about a royal scholar
    $400 12
"60 Minutes" said 1 out of every 3 homeless men is a veteran of this war
    $400 18
We thought Vera gave a dreadful performance, but a critic gave her this kind of review anyway
    $600 6
An American performer in the Buffalo Bill Show founded this famous Alberta rodeo in 1912
    $600 26
In her new First Issue stores, the labels say First Issue, not Lizwear
    $600 25
In "Show Time", Pat Riley, this team's coach, tells the story of their 1987 championship season
    $600 3
Titipu is the town ruled by the Lord High Executioner in this operetta
    $600 13
You have to be this old to run in the Kentucky Derby; you also have to be a horse
    $600 19
Elsa has a pet one
    $800 7
French explorer, discoverer of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in 1534, generally regarded as Canada's founder
    $800 27
Early Victorian crinolines were made from the hair of this animal
    $800 29
Her "Money Book" was subtitled "How to Earn It, Spend It, Invest It, Borrow It & Use It to Better Your Life"
    $800 9
Rudolf Friml's "The Three Musketeers" features a song based on this, their motto
    $800 14
This kind of cudgel, often made of oak, was named for an Irish town famous for its oak trees
    $800 20
Don't blame her for burning the toast
    $1000 8
Island that's the setting of Lucy Maud Montgomery's famous novel "Anne of Green Gables"
    $1000 28
For 5 years Karl Lagerfeld has been updating the look created by this designer
    $1000 30
His daughter Angelique edited a book of his quotations called "A Trail of Memories"
    $1000 10
Though received cooly in 1874, within 6 yrs. this Johann Strauss classic had 171 productions in Germany alone
    $1000 15
Sturdy blue denim overalls, they were named for the section of Bombay where they originated
    $1000 21
If you don't know the last name of this founder of Time Magazine here's your clue

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cigus Sarah Keith
$4,800 $5,900 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CIVIL WAR
The 2 Union states that were invaded by General Lee's Confederate armies

Final scores:

Cigus Sarah Keith
$8,800 $2,800 $4,800
4-day champion: $32,400 3rd place: Helbros his & hers watches 2nd place: stay at Mission Hill Resort Hotel in Palm Springs & Ventura luggage

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cigus Sarah Keith
$5,800 $6,900 $4,500
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,200

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