Show #1076 - Monday, April 17, 1989


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Kathy Fuller, a graduate student from Baltimore, Maryland

Gerry Daley, a manufactor's represenative originally from Waterbury, Connecticut

Glenn Kane, an emergency physician from Venice, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,699)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
They declared an independent state for themselves November 15, 1988, & Israel said no way
    $100 17
Some fish have these sense organs on other parts of their bodies, not just in their mouths
    $100 3
Madcap musician Borge Rosenbaum, who was born in Copenhagen & made his debut as a concert pianist at 13
    $100 5
Crackle! is the only blond in this famous trio
    $100 14
The latex of a plant, or the juice of a coconut
    $100 20
According to Robert's Rules of Order, it's what the recording sec'y records during a meeting
    $200 2
A New York judge set her bail at $5 million & a duke put it up the next day-Doris Duke
    $200 16
In most sharks a white protective membrane covers these organs when they bite their victims
    $200 6
This director wasn't born "East of Eden" but in Istanbul, & his last name was Kazantzoglou
    $200 10
Sweeter whose slogan is "For millions of people there's just no equal"
    $200 21
From the Greek for "hodometron", meaning road measure, it measures the length of your journey
    $300 4
The Pentagon acknowledged the existence of this bomber for the 1st time November 10, 1988
    $300 15
Florida's Everglade kite is a bird of prey that eats only these slow mollusks
    $300 7
"Mary Tyler Moore Show" co-star whose real name was Tadeusz Wladyslaw Konopka
    $300 11
For this actor doing TRW commercials isn't a "Mission: Impossible"
    $300 22
Add 1 letter to "funeral" to get this adjective that refers to funerals
    $300 25
Colorful container of a list of U.S. gov't employees, or place to record your answers to a college exam
    $400 12
NASA's Ames Research Center & MIT were among those hit by this "disease" in November 1988
    $400 8
This tap dancer's real first name is Ethel, but Al Jolson thought she was a "gem"
    $400 18
This Worcestershire sauce company says it makes "the filet mignon of steak sauce"
    $400 23
If you know Latin, you'll know pomology is the study of growing this
    DD: $1,000 26
Heard here, his company was the 1st nationwide distributor of magnetic tape recorders

"Too ra loo ra loo ral..."
    $500 13
Because his wife is now pregnant, this singer won't be going into space on a Soviet shuttle
    $500 9
Silent film star Vilma Lonchit, who married Rod La Rocque
    $500 19
Cybill Shepherd says she wears this company's Preference hair color because "I'm worth it"
    $500 24
From the French for "flat", it's a trite, banal remark
    $500 27
The cops' daily record book, it isn't there to just soak up ink

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

Glenn Gerry Kathy
$600 $1,400 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Glenn Gerry Kathy
$2,100 $1,500 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And in this category, we will give you some names. All you have to do is tell us what the instrument played is.)
    $200 1
In the Spanish account of the incident, Montezuma was killed by these, his own people
    $200 2
The brain parts covered by a myelin sheath are the white matter, the parts that aren't, this
    $200 7
This gem with a pearly translucence sounds like something Neil Armstrong might pick up
    $200 12
South America's 500-mile-long Rio Teodoro is named for this president who explored it
    $200 3
The Moose don't just have a plain order; no, they have this type
    $200 25
Dave Brubech,
Fats Waller,
Count Basie
    $400 18
King Louis IX of France led the 7th & 8th of these military expeditions
    $400 4
Common term for a temporary disturbance of brain function caused by a sudden blow to the head
    DD: $2,000 8
Calling this gem a yellow sapphire is a common error--it's not really a sapphire at all
    $400 13
in 1965 Gerry & the Pacemakers saluted the ferry that crosses this English River
    $400 21
Urging public participation in government, it began in 1920 out of the women's suffrage movement
    $400 30
John Bonham,
Karen Carpenter,
Gene Krupa
    $600 17
China's Manchu Dynasty originated in this region
    $600 5
Wernicke's area in the temporal lobe controls your understanding of this
    $600 9
Real aggies are marbles made out of this, not glass
    $600 14
Flooding from the Arno river in 1966 caused incalculable damage to this city's art treasures
    DD: $2,000 22
Established in 1938, this foundation now fights birth defects
    $600 27
Buddy Berrigan,
Miles Davis,
Harry James
    $800 19
"Socialism with a human face" referred to 1968 reforms in Czechoslovakia introduced by this leader
    $800 6
Guinness says this Asian country has the highest average I.Q., with 10% of the people above 130
    $800 10
Gems cut with round surfaces are cabochon & those with many flat surfaces are this
    $800 15
Pioneers dying of thirst at Hells Canyon, Ida. could look down at this river but had no way of reaching it
    $800 23
The International Society of Arboriculture is trying to get the U.S. to adopt one of these
    $800 28
Dave "Baby" Cortez,
E. Power Briggs,
Billy Preston
    $1000 20
It's been known variously as the Cheka, the GPU, the OGPU & the NKVD
    $1000 26
The brain stem connects the cerebrum to this
    $1000 11
Amber isn't stone but a fossilized form of this
    $1000 16
Canada's longest river, it flows from Great Slave Lake to the Beaufort Sea in the Arctic
    $1000 24
in 1988 Spider-Man was a spokesbug for this "children helping children" fund-raising group
    $1000 29
Duane Eddy,
Wes Montgomery,
Charlie Byrd

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Glenn Gerry Kathy
$7,900 $3,500 $6,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Images replaced on the front of the penny & the nickel by the presidents on them today

Final scores:

Glenn Gerry Kathy
$3,199 $2,500 $0
3-day champion: $26,898 2nd place: a trip to Florida 3rd place: a Panasonic word processor

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Glenn Gerry Kathy
$7,900 $3,500 $9,700
18 R,
0 W
10 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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Game tape date: 1988-12-19
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