Show #985 - Friday, December 9, 1988

Mark McDermott game 3.


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Keith Herrell, a copy editor from Cincinnati, Ohio

Mary Zeiss Stange, a rancher and college professor from Ekalaka, Montana

Mark McDermott, an editorial writer originally from Iowa (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 20
Soon to be sold in the U.S., Upjohn's new drug Rogaine will be of interest to men losing this
    $100 11
In 1982 Gordon Johncock won this auto race by only .16 seconds over Rick Mears
    $100 1
A big No. 1 hit in 1983, "Say, Say, Say" featured the duet of Paul McCartney & him
    $100 7
Florida, the 4th most populous state, has 19 U.S. representatives & this many U.S. senators
    $100 25
Some cheaper woods are stained black to resemble this rare & expensive furniture wood
    $100 15
What you might want to say to a noisy bivalve that you want to quiet down
    $200 21
In the 1970s trauma-care centers sprung up in the U.S. inspired by these military facilities
    $200 12
Its regulation size is a 26-27" circumference, so watch out when it gets "spiked" at 70 m.p.h.
    $200 3
She sang the title song in "Alfie" before she got "Moonstruck"
    $200 8
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's this teen of steel, the 1st TV series made at the Disney-MGM Florida Studios
    $200 26
In Chinese decor, a ping is this ornamental device used for privacy
    $200 2
If a Frenchman calls you "mon petit chou", meaning this, it might go to your head
    $300 22
A 36% drop in children's tooth decay over the past 7 years is attributed to this
    $300 13
The 1st world championships of this ocean sport were held in the early '60s in Australia
    $300 4
In August '86 Peter Cetera dislodged this singer with the same first name from #1 spot on the pop charts
    $300 9
Spanish explorer who gave Florida its name
    $300 27
The ancient Egyptians came up with what's now called the camp stool, a chair that can do this
    DD: $500 16
Food phrase that's the title of the following 1965 Top 10 hit:
    $400 23
A patient who is febrile has this
    $400 14
Baseball was supposedly invented in this N.Y. village, now home to the Baseball Hall of Fame
    $400 5
In the name of this 1985 group of 46 singers, the USA stands for "United Support of Artists"
    $400 10
In 1988, for the 1st time in 26 years, hunters were allowed to go after this animal, but without guns
    $400 28
With his 1925 Wassily chair, Marcel Breuer of the Bauhaus School of Design introduced steel in this form
    $400 17
To be frisky, playful & full of energy is to feel these
    $500 24
2 of the 3 illnesses for which the DTP shot is given to children
    $500 6
Her latest album, "Chalk Mark in a Rain Storm", should chalk up a big success for this singer-painter
    $500 19
This Florida lake is the 2nd largest body of fresh water wholly in the U.S.
    $500 18
Speaking of her love for Caesar, Cleopatra described these "days" as when she was "green in judgment"

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

Mark Mary Keith
$2,400 $200 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Mary Keith
$3,600 $1,700 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Completes the inscription on a Civil War campaign medal, "With malice toward none, with..."
    $200 15
"Lone Star Baby" is a guide for expectant parents who live in or near this state capital
    $200 1
About 12 million people a day tune into 1 of his 3 syndicated news reports on ABC Radio
    $200 11
This city's walls tumbled down long before Kathleen Kenyon proved it's 1 of the oldest cities known
    $200 9
According to Jewish dietary laws, putting butter on your steak isn't this
    $200 6
1 of 2 presidents who were graduates of West Point
    DD: $1,000 17
Present at Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House, he went on to lose a June 1876 Indian battle
    $400 26
"One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich" was set in a prison camp during this man's regime
    $400 2
He's a descendant of the doctor who treated Lincoln's assassin
    $400 21
As Mexico City's subway system is being expanded, ruins from this Indian culture keep turning up
    $400 10
If a Scotsman's skirt is crooked, you might say it's "out of" this
    $400 7
The only president whose alma mater is Annapolis
    $600 18
The widow of Confederate gen. D.H. Helm was offered amnesty because she was this woman's half-sister
    $600 27
"The Bird Era" isn't about "Sesame Street", it's a history of this basketball team from 1978-88
    $600 3
This "60 Minutes" anchor had previously worked for the CBC & for CBS in London & Vietnam
    $600 24
This method of dating can tell the age of an artifact that is up to 40,000 years old
    $600 12
These have been worn since the 7th century, but the familiar wide obis weren't added until over 1000 years later
    $600 8
In 1908 this former big man on campus, Yale's that is, became a big man in the White House
    $800 19
Known for his Gettysburg charge, he sold insurance after the war
    $800 29
The tragic death of his daughter Dominique influenced his writing "People Like Us"
    $800 4
Maury Povich is having a "Current Affair" with this NBC newscaster, his wife
    $800 25
In the 1800s, the great library of Ashurbanipal was unearthed at Nineveh, last capital of this empire
    $800 13
Pretentious bad taste, especially in the arts
    DD: $1,300 22
If Jefferson, Monroe or Tyler had written home for money, it would have been sent to this Virginia college
    $1000 20
As secretary of state at the time, he signed the Emancipation Proclamation as a witness
    $1000 30
One biography of this woman is entitled "The Lonely Hunter"
    $1000 5
He filled in for Frank Reynolds on "The Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage" & soon got his own show
    $1000 28
Sir L. Woolley is best known for his discoveries at Ur, a city in ancient Sumer, now part of this country
    $1000 14
Sudanese capital whose name means "elephant's trunk"
    $1000 23
17 years after getting a degree from this Pac 10 school in Calif., Herbert Hoover became a trustee

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Mary Keith
$7,400 $5,100 $7,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Decade in the 20th century in which the fewest immigrants were admitted to the U.S.

Final scores:

Mark Mary Keith
$5,100 $50 $399
3-day champion: $29,502 3rd place: clothing from the Greif Companies 2nd place: a trip to Cocoa Beach Hilton and Towers in Melbourne, Forida

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Mary Keith
$6,800 $5,600 $8,900
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,300

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Game tape date: 1988-09-26
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