Show #1241 - Monday, January 15, 1990

Frank Spangenberg game 5.
Frank sets a new single-day cash winnings record of $30,600 and a new 5-day cash winnings record of $102,597.


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Murdock Martin, a graduate student originally from Moss Point, Mississippi

Barbara Prideaux, a teacher from St. Charles, Missouri

Frank Spangenberg, a police officer from Flushing, New York (whose 4-day cash winnings total $71,997)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Kangaroo Island is the 3rd largest offshore island of this country
    $100 26
Lauren Bacall could tell you it's the term used for 1 stroke over par in golf
    $100 11
Despite its name, this pink wine is made from grapes, not flowers
    $100 12
On July 22, 1989 she celebrated her 99th birthday at the family compound in Hyannis Port
    $100 1
The French Empire style of furniture is associated with his empire
    $100 18
Dr. West's Miracle Tuft toothbrush of 1938 was the 1st to have bristles made of this
    $200 7
Judas trees grow on the northern slopes of this country's Mount Carmel National Park & Nature Reserves
    $200 27
In 1968 Olympic gold medalist Jim Hines became the 1st man to run this race in under 10 seconds
    $200 17
The dry particles of matter found on your furniture, or what you do to remove them
    $200 13
In this family Leo was a famous tenor, his son Walter & granddaughter Erika, actors
    $200 2
Small, modern table named for the school where it was designed, not for a clergyman
    $200 19
Observance at which English colonists 1st ate popcorn
    $300 8
At the old observatory here you can stand with 1 foot in the eastern hemisphere & one in the western
    $300 28
In this team sport the neutral zone is located between 2 blue lines
    $300 23
Because of his big bullwhip, Western star Al LaRue was nicknamed this
    $300 14
His daughters Caroline & Stephanie seem to be popular tabloid topics
    $300 3
Stand with a sloping top that serves to support a book; its 1st known appearance was in Byzantium
    $300 20
They were the U.S. presidents when the 1st man went into space & the 1st man walked on the Moon
    $400 9
The southernmost glacier in Europe, the Calderone, is in this country's Apennine Mts.
    $400 24
"Integument" is a fancy word for this part of an animal when it's separated from the body
    DD: $1,000 15
Michael d'Abo, father of Olivia on "The Wonder Years", was lead singer of the following group:

"Come all without, come all within /
You'll not see nothing like the Mighty Quinn /
Come all without, come all within /
You'll not see..."
    $400 4
This word can mean either an upholstered, backless & armless seat or a stuffed footstool
    $400 21
The 8 contestants in the 1st Miss America pageant in 1921 represented these
    $500 10
This port city is West Germany's leading industrial center
    $500 25
The badges Girl Scouts earn are officially worn on this part of the uniform
    $500 16
The Marciano Brothers & the Nakash Brothers are feuding families in this line of business
    $500 5
This American furniture style that appeared about 1790 was named for the new style of government
    $500 22
In 1981 Western Bancorporation was renamed this when it became the 1st bank to franchise its services

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

Frank Barbara Murdock
$2,100 -$100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Barbara Murdock
$3,700 -$100 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
In 1840 this Swiss was granted 49,000 acres in California & built a tannery, a fort, a mill...
    $200 21
This term for a secondary school came from Edinburgh, Scotland
    $200 4
If his mother had listened to friends & named him after his father, he would be Zechariah the Baptist
    $200 26
Part of your body which contains a mitral valve
    $200 16
Some say man's 1st musical instrument was the flute; others say it was this percussion type
    $200 2
Dying in 1832 at age 95, Charles Carroll of Carrollton was the last surviving person who signed this
    $400 9
He wrote about the time he spent seeking hides on the West Coast in "Two Years Before the Mast"
    $400 22
The 1st female med school grad in Italy, she revolutionized methods of teaching young children
    $400 1
Though born in Britain c. 385, he's the patron saint of a nearby island
    $400 27
Felt when you "make a muscle", this muscle raises the forearm
    $400 17
In the 1960s Robert A. Moog developed this instrument used in classical & pop music
    $400 3
The last beach movie this pair starred in was "Back to the Beach"
    $600 10
Tx. & Mex. banned the Maher-Fitzsimmons boxing match, so this judge held it on a sand bar in the Rio Grande
    $600 23
In 1947 the Supreme Court upheld free busing & in 1968 free books for students in these schools
    $600 5
Brewer's Dictionary quotes this saint as having said, "Love me, love my dog"
    $600 28
It comprises about 62% of the weight of an average man; about 6% less in women
    $600 18
42 members of the London Symphony are heard in "A Day In The Life" on this Beatles album
    $600 13
On Sunday, May 14, 1989 these 2 network shows aired their last episodes & they were on against each other
    DD: $4,000 11
In 1849 the Army took over Fort Laramie, Wyoming to protect the wagon trains on this trail
    DD: $7,000 24
In 1896 the Supreme Court used this oft-quoted phrase to describe acceptable segregation
    $800 6
As their patron saint, St. Erasmus, also known by this name, gets sailors all fired up
    $800 19
Collier's Ency. says this Gershwin work is the most widely performed orchestral piece by an American
    $800 14
This car company merged with Packard in 1954 & made its last car in the U.S. in 1963
    $1000 12
On May 10, 1869 Leland Stanford drew back his sledge hammer, let it fall & missed the spike linking these RRs
    $1000 25
19th century Massachusetts educator who's known as the "Father of American Public Education"
    $1000 7
He founded the Daughters of Charity & the Lazarists, & a charitable society is named for him
    $1000 20
Sigma guitars imported from Korea are sold in the U.S. by this company known for its acoustic guitars
    $1000 15
This author of "The Last Days of Pompeii" advised Dickens to give "Great Expectations" a happier ending

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Barbara Murdock
$20,500 $500 $5,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the 1st 7 presidents, only these 2 were not re-elected

Final scores:

Frank Barbara Murdock
$30,600 $850 $5,000
5-day champion: $75,000 + $27,597 to the Missionaries of Charity in New York City 3rd place: a Casablanca ceiling fan 2nd place: a Broyhill 6-piece bedroom suite

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Frank Barbara Murdock
$11,100 $500 $6,200
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
4 R,
3 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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Game tape date: 1989-09-19
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