Show #1101 - Monday, May 22, 1989


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Nancy Doman, an administrative assistant from Garden Grove, California

Lisa Miller, an accounting clerk from San Antonio, Texas

Phil Bergen, a librarian from Needham, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,250)

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Jeopardy! Round

"P"s & "Q"s
    $100 2
T.S. Eliot, not an aged marsupial, wrote "Old Possum's Book of" these "Practical" creatures
    $100 5
2 bits of a piece of eight
    $100 18
After 11 months of internment by the Polish government, this Solidarity leader went home in November
    $100 1
In France it could be bought only in pharmacies until 1987; now it's used in diet drinks
    $100 9
This Cuban bandleader's grandfather Alberto deAcha was 1 of the founders of the Bacardi rum co.
    $100 8
This may sound fishy, but the exposed body parts of most turtles are covered with these
    $200 3
Aldous Huxley got its title from "The Tempest" & set it in the year 632 AF (after Ford)
    $200 20
It's often called Atlanta's most famous street
    $200 19
By the time he died in 1982, he'd been top Soviet leader longer than anyone except Stalin
    $200 13
United Airlines is saving $80,000 by eliminating these from martinis served on morning flights
    $200 11
Helen Hayes' son & Lillian Gish's godson, he was Jack Lord's sidekick on "Hawaii Five-O"
    $200 10
Head bobbing, butting & bellowing can all be part of this elaborate ritual
    $300 4
Of S.C. Foster, E. M. Forster or C.S. Forester, the one who wrote "The African Queen"
    $300 21
For hundreds of years it was the only effective remedy for malaria
    $300 23
Richard Attenborough won the "Best Director" Oscar for this "Best Picture" of 1982
    $300 26
Former Miss America now selling chicken products under the "By George" label
    $300 12
Emma Samms' niece, Jennifer Pharis, plays her daughter on this TV series
    $300 14
As you can tell by their name, these turtles have strong jaws & may bite fiercely if disturbed
    $400 6
"Across Spoon River" was the title of his 1936 autobiography
    $400 24
A nasty little lobster might grab you with one of these
    DD: $200 28
Family name of the father & daughter who created the following music:

"I do not talk funny... / I'm sure (Valley Girl) / Whatsa matter with the way I talk? (Valley Girl)"
    $400 27
He's given America many cups of tea but was unable to win the America's Cup in 5 attempts
    $400 16
This actress' little sister, Sara Gilbert, plays Roseanne Barr's daughter on "Roseanne"
    $400 15
Dr. Seuss said this fictional turtle he created was a caricature of Adolf Hitler
    $500 7
This heroine of "Vanity Fair" is a scheming social climber, unlike her more virtuous friend Amelia
    $500 25
It can be the highest point on a mountain or the highest point on a roof
    $500 17
Roy Dotrice, who plays father to Vincent on this TV series, is Edward Woodward's father-in-law
    $500 22
Glenda Jackson & Ben Kingsley were drawn together by their love of turtles in this 1985 film

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Phil Lisa Nancy
$1,400 $0 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Lisa Nancy
$2,700 $1,500 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Before the 1988 election, she joked that if George lost she might get a facelift & dye her hair red
    $200 2
This river forms most of the border between Washington & Oregon
    $200 12
The word for this type of book came from the Greek for "circle of learning"
    $200 1
This hit show was based on Margaret Landon's book "Anna & the King of Siam"
    $200 7
Many copies of this book have been found in Egyptian tombs, but not one of them is complete
    $200 24
"Pupple", a canine spoof of this weekly, featured dogs named Princess Fi & Prince Snarls
    $400 13
Frederick Dent, Ellen Wrenshall, Jesse Root & Ulysses Simpson
    $400 5
The name of this Alaskan river might be abbreviated Cu
    $400 17
The N.Y. Times & AP have this type of reference book so that grammar & usage are consistent
    $400 3
Set in South America, this play opened in N.Y. in 1979 with Patti LuPone in the title role
    $400 8
The creator god of this city was Ptah, not Elvis
    $600 14
First lady who was born Claudia Alta Taylor
    $600 6
From its source near Three Forks, Montana to its mouth near St. Louis, this river traverses 7 states
    $600 21
Oldest firm of its kind in the U.S., this company issued its 1st map in 1872
    $600 4
Title character who starts out as a poor girl from Missouri & ends up a rich passenger on the Titanic
    $600 20
This sun god, the main god of Ancient Egypt, became the official deity of the pharaohs
    DD: $800 15
His wife, Rachel, lived to see him elected but died before he was inaugurated
    $800 22
Harpers Ferry, WV was founded in the 1740s by Robt. Harper, who established a ferry across this river
    $800 26
Britannica calls this dictionary "the supreme completed achievement in all lexicography"
    DD: $800 9
Name of the character who says he's a graduate of Gary Conservatory, class of 1905
    $800 18
A statue of this doglike mammal, representing the god Anubis, guarded King Tut's tomb
    $1000 16
The 1st White House wedding took place in 1812, & this first lady's sister Lucy was the bride
    $1000 23
Although it flows for 310 miles through mid-Nebraska, this river is too shallow for navigation
    $1000 25
Published annually since Joseph Pulitzer revived it in 1886, it says it "does not decide wagers"
    $1000 10
"Applause" was the Broadway musical version of this Oscar-winning Bette Davis film
    $1000 19
Horus, the life giver, was sometimes depicted holding this crosslike symbol of life

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Lisa Nancy
$6,100 $7,100 $8,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1931 this social worker became the 1st American woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize

Final scores:

Phil Lisa Nancy
$12,200 $14,200 $1,999
2nd place: Sam Moore chair & ottoman + Baldwin lamp New champion: $14,200 3rd place: Maytag Jetclean dishwasher

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Phil Lisa Nancy
$6,100 $7,100 $8,300
17 R,
0 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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Game tape date: 1989-01-31
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