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    $300 14
This Smith was in "Charlie's Angels" & "Rage of Angels"
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Show #1115 - Friday, June 9, 1989

Contestants

Julie Harris Neiger, a teacher from San Diego, California

Jim Tigrak, an aerospace engineer originally from Champaign, Illinois

David McCutchen, an inventor & filmmaker originally from Santa Barbara, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $8,201)

Jeopardy! Round

1970
POP MUSIC
RELIGION
ALASKA
TRIVIA
CELEBRITY SPELLING
    $100 6
A bill banning advertising of these products on radio & TV was signed into law on April 1, 1970
    $100 8
Nickname of Robert Bell, who along with "the Gang", had hits like "Jungle Boogie" & "Celebration"
    $100 1
According to Revelation 20:3, the devil will be chained & holiness will prevail on earth for this many yrs.
    $100 2
The forget-me-not isn't the state motto, it's this
    $100 4
The tropical version of this Mattel boyfriend wears flowered trunks & comes with his own lei
    $100 10
Colorful last name of colorful "Cabaret" star Joel
    $200 7
Length that replaced the "mini" as skirt lengths dropped to mid-calf around 1970
    $200 15
His "Graceland" album won a Grammy in 1987; his "Graceland" single won one the following year
    $200 9
Completes the verse: "Hare Krishna
Hare Krishna
Krishna Krishna..."
    $200 3
Alaska celebrated its centennial in 1967, 100 years after it was purchased from this country
    $200 22
During the Renaissance these criminals were known as "corsairs"
    $200 13
Shirley MacLaine's brother uses this last name
    $300 19
After a 5-year strike, the union led by this man signed contracts with most table grape growers
    $300 16
According to this Credence Clearwater Revivial song, "People on the river are happy to give"
    $300 5
The Maritime Indians had no writing & used these posts to keep certain records
    $300 23
On July 16, 1988 Eastern Massachusetts got a new one, 508
    $300 14
This Smith was in "Charlie's Angels" & "Rage of Angels"
    $400 20
Millions of American observed this anti-pollution day on April 22, 1970
    DD: $1,400 17
1 of 2 singers with whom Julio Iglesias had Top 20 singles in 1984
    $400 11
This Alaskan variety of grizzly bear is one of the world's largest land carnivores
    $400 24
If you've done this in a Volkswagen & can prove it, Volkswagen will give you 3 $100 savings bonds
    $400 26
Any 1 of the last names of folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary
    $500 21
For her involvement in the "Soledad Brothers" case, she made the FBI's 10 Most Wanted List
    $500 18
This group's 1982 debut album "Business as Usual" & debut single "Who Can It Be Now?" both reached No. 1
    $500 12
In the early 19th c. this was Alaska's main export, but it's now a small percentage of the economy
    $500 25
Martha Parke Custis & John Parke Custis were related to George Washington this way

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

David Jim Julie
$1,400 $900 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Jim Julie
$1,700 $3,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LITERATURE
KINGS
COUNTIES
THE HUMAN BODY
"LAST"
RESORTS
    $200 11
H.G. Wells Martian mayhem
    $200 6
The king of beasts
    $200 16
Mackinac, Saginaw & Kalamazoo counties are in this state
    $200 1
Scientists working independently of each other discovered this blood factor in both 1939 & 1940
    $200 19
The Roman Catholic sacrament of "extreme unction" is commonly called this
    $200 21
The citizens of Monaco aren't permitted to gamble at this town's famous casino, but you can
    $400 12
Though only a short story, this author's "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" was made into a full-length movie
    $400 7
The King of Kings
    $400 17
Of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex or Wessex counties, the one Massachusetts doesn't have
    $400 2
As a verb, this part of your body means to give someone a weapon
    $400 20
Marlon Brando & Maria Schneider are overwhelmed by passion in this 1973 film
    $600 13
Welsh poet noted for his volume of short stories, "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog"
    $600 8
The King of Swing
    $600 18
A total of 23 U.S. counties are named for this Pennsylvanian
    $600 3
The special transparent tissue located just behind the iris
    DD: $800 22
[AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE] Donna Summer won a 1978 Grammy for singing this Oscar-winning song:

"I need you by me / Beside me, to guide me..."
    $800 14
Dumas' coughing courtesan Marguerite Gautier
    $800 9
The king of Sweden
    $800 25
Las Vegas, Nevada is located in this county named for a U.S. senator from Montana
    DD: $2,000 4
Though it makes monocytes & stores blood for emergency use, this organ is nonessential & can be removed
    $800 23
Sophia Kalish a.k.a. Sophie Tucker a.k.a. this
    $1000 15
In 1929 race driver-turned-writer Erich Maria Remarque wrote this WWI pacifist novel
    $1000 10
The King of Torts
    $1000 26
Manhattan, the nation's smallest county in area is officially called this
    $1000 5
Term for the tiny gap between neurons that nerve impulses have to jump
    $1000 24
Completes the title of the unauthorized biography of G. Vanderbilt's childhood "Little Gloria..."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Jim Julie
$1,300 $1,600 $6,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE OSCARS
British actress who won Oscars for playing Southern women in 2 different films

Final scores:

David Jim Julie
$2,599 $2,100 $4,400
2nd place: Pulaski Ridgeway clock & Galaxy Carpet Mills carpeting 3rd place: Svend Jensen of Denmark crystal set New champion: $4,400

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

David Jim Julie
$1,300 $2,600 $6,000
12 R,
4 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $9,900

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