Suggest correction - #1037 - 1989-02-21

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    $100 10
This song by Olivia Newton-John "worked out" to be No. 1 longer than any other song in '81
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Show #1037 - Tuesday, February 21, 1989

Contestants

Raisa Deber, a teacher from Toronto, Ontario

Dave Stiles, a manager originally from Youngstown, Pennsylvania

Tyler Ochoa, an attorney originally from La Mesa, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $26,900)

Jeopardy! Round

HITS OF THE '80s
NATIONAL SYMBOLS
NEW WORDS
THE HUMAN BODY
FOOD FACTS
(Alex: And finally, a new category for us...)
HORSING AROUND
    $100 10
This song by Olivia Newton-John "worked out" to be No. 1 longer than any other song in '81
    $100 18
Congress "wants you" to know in 1961 it resolved that this symbol's origin was a Mr. Wilson of Troy, N.Y.
    $100 4
A shortened form of a popular '60s term for extremist, it's slang for "cool" or "great"
    $100 1
It can range from 140 bpm in an infant to about 60 for both the aged & those in top condition
    $100 8
This tuber is the cooked vegetable most commonly used in salads
    $100 23
To Indians an iron horse was a train; to baseball fans the Iron Horse was this Yankee great
    $200 13
"All Out Of Love", "Lost In Love" & "The One That You Love" were 3 hits by this Aussie group
    $200 19
The flag of each of the countries in this group contains the Dannebrog cross
    $200 5
When ad execs worry about "zapping", they're concerned with TV viewers doing this
    $200 2
Though "tri" means 3, you actually have this many triceps muscles in your body
    $200 9
Slime on its cap & a red-orange undersurface can mean this plant is poisonous
    $200 25
His horse, Tony, left his hoofprints in cement at Grauman's Chinese
    $300 14
No, they're the group that sang "Owner Of A Lonely Heart"
    $300 20
All day, all night, she's the personification of the French Republic & is now modeled on C. Deneuve
    $300 11
Describing opposition by locals to jails or airports in their area, the acronym NIMBY means this
    $300 3
Most people have 24 of these, 2 pairs of which are considered floating
    $300 15
From Old English for "breast", this cut of beef is usually from the breast
    $300 26
Film in which Grouch told Margaret Dumont, "Marry me, and I'll never look at another horse"
    $400 29
1 of 2 No. 1 songs of 1981 with "Eyes" in the title
    $400 21
In 1712 Scottish scientist John Arbuthnot popularized him to satirize British politics
    $400 12
It's the money a corporation pays to buy back its own stock at inflated prices to avoid a takeover
    $400 6
There are over 120 million of these 2 minds of light-sensitive cells in the eye
    $400 16
Green beans are simply the unripened pods of these red beans
    $400 27
The 2 belts of calm air that extend around the earth at about 30° north & south of the equator
    DD: $400 30
Though he's better known as an actor/comedian, he had the following hit in 1985:

My girl wants to party all the time,
Party all the time,
Party all the time.

My girl wants to party all the time,
Party all the time
    $500 22
This, not the Star of David, is featured in the center of Israel's coat of arms
    $500 24
Software programs that use code to infect other programs or poison data are called this
    $500 7
If a normal kid got a buck for each baby tooth he lost, he would have gotten this much money
    $500 17
Spanish for "little strips", these little strips of meat are served sizzling on a platter
    $500 28
Mating a palomino mare & stallion may often produce this catch phrase

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

Tyler Dave Raisa
$100 $800 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Dave Raisa
$1,700 $1,700 $2,000
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