Show #933 - Wednesday, September 28, 1988


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Maureen Dever, a legal secretary and student from Baltimore, Maryland

Len Iwanski, a journalist from Helena, Montana

Doak Fairey, a computer consultant from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1930s
    DD: $500 7
France's unknown soldier of WWI is buried under this Paris landmark:
    $100 14
In 1939 he said, "As soon as I've carried out my program for Germany, I shall take up my painting"
    $100 23
What you would send to Lima via correo aereo
    $100 3
It's "so emotional" for her to have the most consecutive No. 1 singles in history
    $100 12
If your knitting instructions say, "K1, P2", do this, then this
    $100 1
In 1959 Robert Foster held this for nearly 14 minutes underwater
    $200 8
The capital of Burgundy, it's know for its liqueur, spice bread & mustard
    $200 15
In 1933 the Mayo Clinic established the 1st "bank" of this type
    $200 24
Cooking's a snap when you have these
    $200 19
After marrying a German, this disco singer Anglicized her last name by changing the "o" to "u"
    $200 13
One type of this is called a jackpin
    $200 2
With over 2 million sq. ft. of floor space, this co. owns the world's largest chocolate factory
    $300 9
Impressed by the chateau, Vaux-le-Vicomte, Louis XIV hired the same team to design this palace for him
    $300 16
His entire reign as King of England was in 1936
    $300 25
Type of sound a sheep might make while being sheared on the table
    $300 20
His 2 biggest hits as a singer have been from movie soundtracks: "Footloose" & "Danger Zone"
    $300 4
This 8 1/2 lb. fruit grown by Mr. & Mrs. David G. Knutzen packed a lot of pucker
    $400 10
Colorful main attraction of the cathedral in Chartres
    $400 17
Constantinople officially did this in 1930
    $400 26
This fancy layer cake might be the favorite dessert for an otter
    $400 21
"Hot Diggity", "Round & Round" & "Catch a Falling Star" were his 3 Billboard No. 1 hits
    $400 5
Worldwide, she's been seen on TV a record total of over 300,000 hours, including reruns
    $500 11
This village on the riviera became a hot resort when Brigitte Bardot moved there
    $500 18
In 1931 he received an 11 year sentence for tax evasion but was released, mortally ill, in 1939
    $500 27
In this Winter Olympic event, the rider must stick like glue to the sled
    $500 22
This ex-Van Halen vocalist recorded his album "Eat 'Em & Smile" in both English & Spanish versions
    $500 6
At 13 feet below sea level, the lowest international airport serves this European city

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Doak Len Maureen
$800 $0 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doak Len Maureen
$3,300 $1,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Though people think she was John Rolfe's 1st wife, she was really his 2nd
    $200 11
This "Honeymooners" star appeared in his 1st commercial ever in 1988--it was for Coke
    $200 25
Among the 31 kings he smote were the kings of Megiddo, Dor & Jericho
    $200 1
Of "Boomer", "Sooner" or "Later", the one that's not an Oklahoma nickname
    $200 16
In many areas it's possible to block outgoing calls that begin with this controversial prefix
    $200 21
The number of points on a compass, or the number of permanent teeth in the normal human mouth
    $400 7
In 1917 the British royal family's name was changed to this by King George V
    $400 12
On the final "Magnum P.I.", his character, Higgins again denied he was really Robin Masters
    $400 26
Jewish holiday that commemorates the events in Exodus 12
    $400 2
You can order various collectibles from the Franklin Mint in this state
    $400 17
The telephone companies refer to this service as 3-way calling
    $400 22
The number of colors traditionally identified in a rainbow or spectrum
    $600 8
He became Indonesia's 1st president in 1945
    $600 13
Dave Thomas & Sally Kellerman will play this pair from the Bullwinkle show in a live-action film
    $600 27
In Exodus 3:5, God ordered him to take his shoes off
    $600 3
The Colorado Desert borders the Colorado River, not in Colorado but in these 2 states
    $600 18
The only day of the week that the lowest long distance rates apply for the entire 24 hours
    $600 23
To visit ice cream company hq. in Glendale, Calif., go to this no. address on Baskin-Robbins Place
    $800 9
First names of the married couple executed for espionage in 1953
    $800 14
Raymond Burr has played this character in 9 TV movies including "The Case of the Lady in the Lake"
    DD: $2,500 29
The 2 types of birds Noah sent out to check for dry land
    $800 4
Jekyll Island is one of the Sea Islands off the coast of S.C., Florida & this state
    DD: $1,500 19
With over 25,000 lines, this federal office building has the world's largest switchboard
    $800 24
In "Treasure Island", the pirates sing of this number of "men on the dead man's chest, yo-ho-ho"
    $1000 10
Daughter of a Confederate captain, this founder of the Girl Scouts was deaf from age 26
    $1000 15
After a 10-year absence, he returned to the big screen in 1988 with "Shoot to Kill" & "Little Nikita"
    $1000 30
He was stoned at Lystra
    $1000 5
The higest peaks in New England are in this state's White Mountains
    $1000 20
The "WA" in "WATS" line stands for this type of "tele-communications service"
    $1000 28
In the old rhyme, Lizzie Borden took an ax & gave her mom & dad a combined total of this many whacks

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doak Len Maureen
$8,500 $8,700 $3,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The world's oldest dynasty, some 2000 years old, still reigns in this country

Final scores:

Doak Len Maureen
$6,900 $100 $0
2-day champion: $27,800 2nd place: vacation at Ingleside Inn in Palm Springs & Ricoh FF-90 Super camera 3rd place: Giassi luggage

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Doak Len Maureen
$8,500 $7,000 $2,600
24 R,
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $18,100

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Game tape date: 1988-07-25
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