Show #931 - Monday, September 26, 1988

Chris Shea game 4.


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Marcia Johnson, from Michigan

Mark Nelson, an Army officer from Hameln, West Germany

Chris Shea, a radio operator from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $23,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE '50s
(Alex: And finally, we have an all-music category called...)
    $100 22
According to a popular ad, to keep your pompadour in place, a "little dab" of this would do you
    $100 20
The "Book of Inventions" says the Rolex "Oyster" was the 1st watch that was completely this
    $100 1
While many people shorten their last names, in 1700 this author lengthened his from "Foe" to this
    $100 4
The ratel is a badger that loves this sweet substance; its coat protects it from stings
    $100 16
Tom Heinsohn was a player, coach & now is a sportscaster covering this Boston NBA team
    $100 11
[This piece of music--listen to it, players:]
    $200 23
Prospecting for this ore was widepread, though first you had to have a Geiger counter
    $200 15
In 1948 Peter Goldmark devised this, usually abbreviated "LP"
    $200 2
Mark Twain said this man "scored 114 offenses against literary art" on just 1 page of "The Deerslayer"
    $200 5
A type of finch in the Galapagos Islands is named after this naturalist who studied it there
    $200 12
[This time, the clue is this music (identify the film):]

"When you get caught between the Moon and New York City..."
    DD: $600 24
The first non-stop transcontinental flight in this type of craft took 32 hours in 1956
    $300 14
It's claimed element No. 102 was 1st isolated at the Swedish institute named for this inventor
    $300 3
The 1988 Pulitzer Prize for Biography went to "Look Homeward: A Life of" this man
    $300 8
Skin secretions of the South American treefrog, genus Dendrobates, are used by Indians as this
    $300 13
    $400 18
Sales of Wilbur Blank's 40-yr.-old peeler for this fruit took off after Andy Rooney praised it on TV
    $400 6
He grew prize dahlias & had an enormous aviary at his Hollywood home, "Ozcot"
    $400 9
While other iguanas are other colors, the common iguana is this color
    $400 17
[This time, we have this piece of music for you:]
    $500 19
In the 18th century this city in England produced the 1st steel razors
    $500 7
He was the most famous resident of Oxford, Mississippi
    $500 10
A spider's eggs are laid & stored in one of these
    $500 21
[The last clue in that column is this piece of music--listen:]

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Chris Mark Marcia
$500 $1,200 -$700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Mark Marcia
$1,700 $700 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally, a very specialized category...)
    $200 1
He called his first wife "Button Nose No. 1" & his daughter Maureen, "Button Nose No. 2"
    $200 25
The king of this country gave Salvador Dalí a noble title, the Marqués de Dalí de Pubol
    $200 29
You'd buy a pan coated with polytetra-fluoroethylene under this much shorter trademark name
    $200 7
D.H. Lawrence said, "No absolute is going to make the lion lie down with" this "unless" it's "inside"
    $200 2
This area in the Dakotas was named for its difficult terrain, not for its wild frontiersmen
    $200 20
A romantic legend says Sir Walter once did this with his cloak to please his queen
    $400 3
Because of her energetic dancing style, she was nicknamed "Luci Watusi"
    $400 22
Sculptor of "The Thinker" & "The Kiss", museums in Paris & Philadelphia are named for him
    $400 30
Found in rhubarb, oxalic acid removes calcium from the body & this common oxide from iron
    $400 8
In the nursery rhyme, the lion & this animal were "fighting for the crown"
    $400 10
The waters off Cape Hatteras in this state have been called "the graveyard of the Atlantic"
    $400 17
Walter was a teenager when he went to this country to fight for the Huguenots
    $600 4
She inspired the song "Alice Blue Gown"
    $600 21
This French artist's short legs were the result of 2 accidents he suffered as a teenager
    $600 26
The atomic weight of an atom is the sum of the number of these in the nucleus
    $600 9
Song in which Elvis sang, "I don't want to be your lion 'cause lions ain't the kind you love enough"
    DD: $1,000 11
This region between the Appalachians & the Atlantic Coastal Plain was named for a region in Italy
    $600 16
Sir Walter tried to stab himself to death while imprisoned here
    $800 5
An unopened six-pack of this today sells for over $100
    $800 23
German-born artist who was court painter to Henry VIII
    $800 27
You can clean silverware by boiling it in an aluminum pan using a solution of this, NaHCO3
    $800 13
In "Marmion", Scott asked, "And dar'st thou then to beard the lion" here
    $800 12
Rivers that eventually reach the Atlantic are separated from those reaching the Pacific by this
    $800 18
Though he never actually went there, Raleigh is considered the founder of the colony on this island
    DD: $1,000 6
This son of a president was at or near the scene of 3 presidential assassinations
    $1000 24
Artist George Segal is working on a series of these inspired by the paintings of his favorite artists
    $1000 28
A centuries-old test for this gas is to see if bubbles of it turn limewater milky
    $1000 15
In Judges 14:15, he "came to the vineyards of Timnath: and, behold, a young lion roared against him"
    $1000 14
Both the Army's Field Artillery Center & Geronimo's grave are at Fort Sill in this state
    $1000 19
This courtier was godfather to Raleigh's son as well as his rival for the queen's affection

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Mark Marcia
$6,500 $5,900 $3,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1986 Coke & Kodak were among 19 firms who pledged over $66 mil. to use its image in their ads

Final scores:

Chris Mark Marcia
$11,801 $100 $0
4-day champion: $35,202 2nd place: Krementz 14-karat gold signet rings for him & her engraved with your initials + Meade Model 310 telescope 3rd place: Helbros sports watches, hers with 14 genuine diamonds & his with 22

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Mark Marcia
$7,100 $5,500 $3,800
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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Game tape date: 1988-07-25
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