Show #958 - Wednesday, November 2, 1988


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Phil Nauss, a writer from Salt Lake City, Utah

Eileen Anderson, a registered nurse and childbirth educator from Baldwin, New York

Alison Roberts, an attorney originally from Port Sulphur, Louisiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And a new one for us...)
    $100 1
In a common saying, it's what some people can't see for the trees
    $100 11
You can visit this sport's hall of fame on PGA Blvd. in Pinehurst, North Carolina
    $100 24
In Cole Porter's song, these words follow "can't look at hobbles and I can't stand fences"
    $100 3
Device that's implanted to control irregular heart beats
    $100 20
Ray Walston was the Martian while the "my" in "My Favorite Martian" referred to him
    $100 15
With a favorable wind, skunks can do this for up to about 23 feet
    $200 2
A college team might have to do this for games played with ineligible team members
    $200 12
Except when it's on tour, the most important King Tut collection is housed in this city
    $200 25
Hey, good lookin', this singer recorded some songs under the name Luke the Drifter
    $200 7
The term "strep", as in strep throat, is short for this type of bacteria
    $200 21
Before playing the principal at "The Bronx Zoo", he played the city editor of the L.A. Tribune
    $200 16
The skunk lends its name to this foul-smelling "vegetable" found in swamps
    $300 4
Jewelers as well as surgeons use this tool for grasping & holding
    $300 13
Type of place you'd be visiting if you were in Wind Cave, Lassen or Zion
    $300 26
In "Red River Valley", cowboys sing, "come and" do this "if you love me"
    $300 8
He was a world authority on the gall wasp in the '20s before turning to sex research
    $300 22
In 1977 her own show aired on CBS just before "Maude"; now she's a "Golden Girl" with Bea Arthur
    $300 17
Name of zee skunk in zee popular Warner Brothers cartoons
    $400 5
Usually it's the last thing you're served in a Chinese restaurant
    $400 14
1 of 2 famous Danish breweries you can tour in Copenhagen
    $400 9
For an upper GI you drink this; for a lower GI... well, we won't talk about that
    $400 23
The pilot of this show, set in North Carolina, played as part of "The Danny Thomas Show" in 1960
    DD: $1,800 18
Condition of the skunk in the title of the following 1973 Top 20 hit:

"Take a whiff on me, that ain't no rose! /
Roll up yer window and hold yer nose"
    $500 6
This word on the label signifies that vitamins have been added to milk
    $500 27
You can spend the night in a Victorian style railroad car at the Choo Choo Hilton in this city
    $500 10
To test for this, the eyeball is anesthetized & a pressure gauge is placed on the front of the eye
    $500 28
He was a regular on Danny Kaye's, Carol Burnett's & Tim Conway's variety shows
    $500 19
Skunks are the major carriers of this disease in the continental U.S.

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

Alison Eileen Phil
$1,600 $800 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alison Eileen Phil
$2,600 $900 $4,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The 2 states that border no other states
    $200 6
In 1772 James Boswell told this author he intended to write his biography
    $200 10
Count Rumford, who died in 1814, invented the drip version of this
    $200 26
Carrie Leigh hopped out of this man's mansion & married an antique dealer, quick as a bunny
    $200 13
Heavy casualties at Shiloh led to calls for his firing, but Lincoln said, "I can't spare this man; he fights"
    $200 12
Late designer whose perfumes are sold by the numbers: No. 5. No. 19 & No. 22
    $400 2
Of Colorado, New Mexico or Arizona, the state where the Rio Grande begins
    DD: $3,100 7
The Baconian theory expounds this
    $400 15
Eli Whitney's nephew invented a crusher used to grind up rock for surfacing these
    $400 27
This "Bewitch"ing actress was the 3rd wife of Oscar winner Gig Young
    $400 14
This battle was Lee's last major offensive
    $400 19
Mimosa, mayflower & musk mingle in this, Yves St. Laurent's "capital" perfume
    $600 3
Besides X,Y & Z, 2 of the 3 consonants that don't begin a state's name
    $600 8
Among his historical novels are "I, Claudius" & "Claudius the God"
    $600 16
A fault in the rotation speed of this device produces a sound called a "wow"
    $600 28
Drama coach Uta Hagen was his 1st wife & singer Rosemary Clooney his 3rd
    $600 22
Northerners who sought advantage in the post-war South were said to tote their belongings in these
    $600 20
Though it has the same name, Benetton's perfume wasn't named for this controversial Sean Penn film
    $800 4
The last major land battle of the Revolutionary War took place in this state
    $800 9
Since the beadle named his waifs alphabetically, this character came between Swubble & Unwin
    $800 17
The "D" in radar stands for this
    $800 29
Of the original stars of "Mission: Impossible", the 2 who were married to each other
    DD: $800 24
In Sherman's famous "march to the sea", this seaport city was his goal
    $800 21
The 2 perfumes mentioned in Matthew 2:11
    $1000 5
This state got its nickname, "Badger State", from the 1820s miners who dug into its hillsides
    $1000 11
In an Oliver Goldsmith work, Dr. Primrose is the vicar of this parish
    $1000 18
Name given to the simplest electron tubes, as they have just 2 main parts, a plate & an emitter
    $1000 25
1 of the 3 men whom Lincoln defeated in the 1860 presidential election
    $1000 23
Bulgaria is the chief producer of this perfume oil obtained by passing steam thru rose petals

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alison Eileen Phil
$8,700 $3,300 $5,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Sputnik was the Soviet's 1st satellite, while this was ours

Final scores:

Alison Eileen Phil
$11,100 $1 $11,000
3-day champion: $27,099 3rd place: a Lane Action Spoiler rocker/recliner 2nd place: a Merillat oak modular shelving system + an Olympia EC2000 desktop calculator

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Alison Eileen Phil
$11,800 $3,300 $4,100
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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Game tape date: 1988-09-07
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