Show #988 - Wednesday, December 14, 1988


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Tony Dalasio, an international teacher from Scranton, Pennsylvania

John Kraft, a writer from San Francisco, California

Nancy Feinstein, an emergency room nurse and travel agent from Petaluma, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
She co-wrote Johnny Cash's hit "Ring of Fire" & she wears his wedding ring, too
    $100 1
"Come away with me, Lucille, in my merry" one of these
    $100 2
Until the 17th Amendment in 1913, they were elected by state legislators
    $100 7
If you visit India, you can stay in hotels that were formerly these rulers' palaces
    $100 26
City in which Bogart told Bergman, "We'll always have Paris"
    $100 12
The Supreme Court ruled: once left at the curb, it's not private & police can look thru it
    $200 22
Formerly Miss Italy but always "La Lollo"
    $200 18
From 1941-45 Ford & Willys built over 1/2 million of these vehicles, model MB
    $200 3
In 1873 this replaced the "Congressional Globe"
    $200 8
Because of the high cost of living in this Asian capital, Uganda had to close its embassy there
    $200 27
Liza Minnelli said this film about Van Gogh was her father's favorite, because painting was his 1st love
    $200 14
A mosaic featuring a household animal & this warning was found in Pompeii
    $300 23
"First Daughter" Patti Davis said her husband likes to imitate this diminutive sex therapist
    $300 19
The auto industry in Sweden is comprised basically of these 2 companies
    $300 4
The term for a meeting of Congress called by the President after Congress has adjourned
    $300 9
The dong is the basic currency of this Southeast Asian country
    $300 28
In Hitchcock's classic, "The Birds", she's the 1st person attacked by a bird
    $300 15
A "chippy" is an outlet in England specializing in these foods
    $400 24
Controversial psychic who has his own line of skin care products, with a bent spoon on the label
    $400 20
Edsel Ford conceived this luxury car model, introduced in 1939 & revised in the '50s
    $400 5
A person accused of the deliberate blocking of the legislative process can be tried for this
    $400 10
There's a long-standing conflict between the Tamils & Sinhalese on this island in the Indian Ocean
    $400 16
Wilson Sporting Goods Company recommends little leaguers wear a 10-inch one
    $500 25
Magazine publisher who calls his private Boeing 727 "The Capitalist Tool"
    $500 21
Headquartered in Stuttgart, this sports car company sells over half its output in the U.S.
    DD: $500 6
Number of Congresses which met during George Washington's presidency
    $500 11
Bhumibol Adulyadej, King Rama IX, is the reigning monarch of this country
    $500 17
Eurycles of Athens was the most famous Greek 1 of these; we wonder if the act was "Eurycles & Lester"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Nancy John Tony
$0 $600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nancy John Tony
-$1,300 $3,400 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
Shelley asked the west wind, "If winter comes, can" this "be far behind"
    $200 5
Landing on Leyte in 1944 he said, "I have returned"
    $200 25
"The minute you walked in the joint, I could see you were a man of distinction, a real big" this
    $200 8
In 1981 this U.S. Geological Survey published a post-eruption map of this mountain
    $200 3
It's also known as the chaparral cock--beep, beep!
    $200 1
The artificial turf in this stadium is nicknamed "Mardi Grass"
    $400 15
This "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" author called his critics "Murderers!"
    $400 6
Supposedly descended from a gray wolf, this macho Mongol acquired his famous title in 1206
    $400 27
"Grab you coat and get your hat, leave your worries on the doorstep, just direct your feet" here
    $400 21
This mountain range occupies 1/6 of California & contains 3 national parks
    $400 11
Of a kuvasz, a kudu or a kookaburra, the one that's a bird of prey
    $400 2
When reversed, this month becomes a sweet potato
    $600 18
Animal of whom William Blake wondered, "Did he who made the lamb make thee?"
    $600 7
In 1869 she said, "Join the union, girls, and together say 'equal pay for equal work'"
    $600 28
Gershwin song whose refrain begins, "The way you wear your hat, the way you sip your tea"
    $600 22
Located in Washington, the greatest U.S. single peak glacier system radiates from it
    $600 12
When being trained for this sport, birds of prey are "broken to the hood"
    $600 4
As a verb it means looked at; as a noun it's a well-worn popular saying
    $800 19
James Whitcomb Riley wrote, "A feller is a-feelin' at his best" when this is "on the punkin'"
    $800 16
Reigning from 37-41 A.D., he thought himself Alexander, Caesar & God
    DD: $1,600 23
Geographic distinction of Mount Logan
    DD: $500 13
The vast majority of bald eagles in the U.S. live in this state
    $800 9
A Sonoma, Calif. travel agent was miffed when her Yellow Pages ad read "erotic" travel instead of this
    $1000 20
"A jug of wine, a loaf of bread--and thou beside me singing" here
    $1000 17
This explorer's 1809 death on the Natchez Trace was reported as a suicide, but some think it was murder
    $1000 24
Jackson Hole is a 7,000 ft. high valley in this Wyoming range of the Rockies
    $1000 26
Because of its feeding habits, this brown & white bird is commonly called the fish hawk
    $1000 10
2 common English 5-letter words that end in "ymph"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nancy John Tony
$4,200 $3,800 $1,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The World Almanac is published either 48 hrs. after a presidential election or this October event

Final scores:

Nancy John Tony
$3,600 $0 $1,399
New champion: $3,600 3rd place: Ellesse sun wear glasses by Marchon 2nd place: trip to Palm Springs & stay at Ingleside Inn + Skyway luggage

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Nancy John Tony
$4,700 $4,300 $2,700
11 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,700

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Game tape date: 1988-09-27
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