Show #970 - Friday, November 18, 1988

1988 Tournament of Champions final game 2.


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Mark Lowenthal, a State Department employee from Reston, Virginia (subtotal of $5,000)

Sandra Gore, a researcher originally from Boston, Massachusetts (subtotal of $13,000)

Bruce Naegeli, a librarian from Phoenix, Arizona (subtotal of $12,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
To promote this park in San Antonio, Southwest Airlines painted a plane to resemble Shamu
    $100 7
No more "Happy Trails" for her horse Buttermilk: he's stuffed in a museum
    $100 16
Term for Spain's Islamic art, it comes from the Muslim group that conquered the country in the eighth century
    $100 6
The name of this patron of wayfarers comes from Greek for "one who carries Christ"
    $100 5
An Orwell novel returned to the best-seller list, voters returned Reagan and Bush, "Jeopardy!" returned to TV
    $100 25
One of the two metal alloys abbreviated br.
    $200 27
Nabisco is hounding the bad doggie breath problem by adding this flavor to its Milk-Bones
    $200 12
It was Grace Kelly's first, last, and only Western movie
    $200 19
The starting point and center of early Renaissance art was in this Italian city
    $200 4
Patron saint of children, his feast day is December 6, not December 25
    $200 8
Anwar Sadat was shot, Pope John Paul II was shot, President Reagan was shot
    $200 22
A CEO whose company offers an EEO might hire some DAVs, who are these
    $300 28
The "Al" in Alcoa stands for this
    $300 13
In "The Searchers", John Wayne was searching for her
    $300 20
Many Rembrandt masterpieces hang in this "national museum" in Amsterdam
    $300 3
Gospel writer who is the patron saint of Venice, his winged lion is the city's symbol
    $300 9
China invaded Vietnam, the Soviets invaded Afghanistan, Iranians invaded the U.S. Embassy
    DD: $1,000 21
States whose abbreviations make up the telegram:
    $400 29
Automaker whose ad campaign centers around "The heartbeat of America"
    $400 14
She played the mother of the little kid who yelled, "Come back! Shane!"
    $400 23
John Constable is best known for painting these
    $400 2
The family of this patron of students once kept him in a castle to keep him from becoming a friar
    $400 10
The Bears won the Super Bowl, Elie Wiesel won the Nobel Peace Prize, Democrats won control of the U.S. Senate
    $400 18
You gesture a lot but don't need to speak a word in this language, ASL
    $500 30
According to USA Today, 4 of the 5 biggest corporate takeovers in U.S. history were in this industry
    $500 15
She fended off attacking Indians in "River of No Return", with a little help from Robert Mitchum
    $500 24
With works titled "White Line" and "Blue Segment", this Russian has been called the first abstract painter
    $500 1
Called the apostle of organized charity, he's the patron of charitable societies
    $500 11
Ford sent the Edsel to dealers, Ike sent troops to Little Rock, Russia sent Sputnik to space
    $500 17
2 of 3 federal workers might know that the BLS is this

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

Bruce Sandra Mark
$1,300 -$800 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Sandra Mark
$3,200 $1,000 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
American doughboys called him "Kaiser Bill"
    $200 19
When he saw water snakes in the moonlight and blessed them, the albatross fell from his neck
    $200 30
These body parts are sometimes called digits
    $200 20
In this show, the hero sells his soul to the devil so the Washington Senators can win the Pennant
    $200 14
A library in this capital includes a near-complete collection of Kansas newspapers since 1875
    $200 29
Robert Hughes hosted the first week of "20/20"; he took over on the second
    $400 9
In 1917 the U.S. entered the war and this large country stopped fighting
    $400 18
He wrote his 1948 novel "The Naked and the Dead" while he was enrolled at the Sorbonne
    $400 24
One of the two hormones that regulate blood sugar in the pancreas
    $400 5
"1776" climaxes with this historical event
    DD: $1,000 13
It's the only one-word capital that has the name of its state contained within it
    $400 28
This man, whose middle name was Robard, was played by Jason Robards in a 1980 film
    $600 8
The Allied Gallipoli campaign was beaten back by this country
    $600 15
She received the Pulitzer prize for her "Collected Stories", not for "Ship of Fools"
    $600 23
Otitis media is a term for infection of the middle part of this
    DD: $1,000 1
Florenz Ziegfeld was the original producer of this 1927 musical, which featured the following:

"Fish gotta swim, birds gotta fly..."
    $600 12
The capitals of both North and South Dakota are on this river
    $600 25
1960 Spingarn Medal winner, among this poet's works on his life in Harlem was "The Weary Blues"
    $800 7
The U.S. declared war on Germany April 6, 1917, and on this country the following December 7
    $800 16
The young narrator of "Treasure Island"
    $800 22
Proper name for your shoulder blade
    $800 2
In April 1988, Phylicia Rashad took over Bernadette Peters' role as the witch in this Stephen Sondheim musical
    $800 11
One of two Confederate state capitals that Union troops did not capture during the Civil War
    $800 26
He attended Rugby from 1834-42 and later set "Tom Brown's School Days" there
    $1000 6
A secret message from this German foreign secretary advocating a German-Mexican alliance angered the U.S.
    $1000 17
A well-known Ambrose Bierce short story is about an incident at this bridge in Northern Alabama
    $1000 21
The connective tissue sac enclosing the heart
    $1000 4
Bonnie Franklin sang the title song in this 1970 musical starring Lauren Bacall
    $1000 10
It replaced Guthrie in 1910, but it wasn't until 1923 that the post office officially recognized its name
    $1000 27
He became king of France in 987, beginning a dynasty of 14 kings

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Sandra Mark
$5,600 $5,000 $10,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

3 twentieth century presidents who were defeated when running to retain the office

Final scores:

Bruce Sandra Mark
$5,999 $0 $19,001

Cumulative scores:

Bruce Sandra Mark
$18,799 $13,000 $24,001
1st runner-up: $18,799 2nd runner-up: $13,000 Tournament champion: $100,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bruce Sandra Mark
$5,900 $4,600 $10,900
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
22 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,400

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Game tape date: 1988-10-25
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