Show #951 - Monday, October 24, 1988


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Bob Chauls, a composer and professor from Westlake Village, California

Keith Hunsinger, a pastor developer from Lakeland, Florida

Harriet Helfand, an attorney from Fallston, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 22
He figured if God delivered him from the paws of lions & bears, the big Philistine was no problem
    $100 16
Bill Monroe told the "Blue Moon of" this state to "keep on a-shinin'"
    $100 1
This blessing can be said either before or after a meal
    $100 5
Though Georgia was the southernmost of the 13 colonies, originally this practice was forbidden there
    $100 10
In 1988 this Bronco became the only quarterback ever to to catch a pass in a Super Bowl
    $100 21
In '50s game show titles, this word preceded "Re Me" & followed "Tic Tac"
    $200 23
Leviticus 13 is a symptom guide for this skin disease you hear a lot about in the Bible
    $200 17
On "A Foggy Day" in London Town, "I viewed the morning with alarm...", this museum "had lost its charm"
    $200 2
A notable exploit, whether or not it's performed by a man named Beau
    $200 6
Bacon's Rebellion took place in Virginia 100 years before this, for which it has been called a dress rehearsal
    $200 11
Super Bowl III was the 1st won by the AFL team, with this team upsetting the Baltimore Colts
    $200 26
Sergeant Bilko's first name
    $300 24
After 7 days as king of this, Zimri, sensing defeat, chose to be burned to death, & Omri took over
    $300 18
The theme song for the TV series "Frank's Place" asks, "Do you know what it means to miss" this southern city
    $300 3
It's the short last name of John Robert, the Irishman known for his shorthand
    $300 7
After losing New York in 1664, this country briefly recaptured it in 1673
    $300 12
This southern city has hosted the most Super Bowls--6
    $400 25
This non-human character is introduced in Genesis 3:1
    $400 19
"Whoopie-ti-yi-yo, git along little dogies, you know that" this state "will be your new home"
    $400 4
From the word for hunted meat, it can mean off-color or off-flavor
    $400 8
New Haven's Eaton Code, which banned dancing, mince pies & wife beating, were laws bound in this color
    $400 13
With 4 victories this AFC Central Division team has won more Super Bowls than any other
    DD: $100 20
It's where my baby's smile takes me in the following:

"My-oh me-oh / I go wild then I have to do the samba, then la bamba / Now I'm not the kind of person with a passionate persuasion for dancin' or romancin'..."
    $500 15
Stheno, Euryale & Medusa
    $500 9
For 30 years, William Bradford governed this colony
    $500 14
With 4 defeats, this NFC Central Division team has lost more Super Bowls than any other

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Harriet Keith Bob
$100 $300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Harriet Keith Bob
$1,600 $1,200 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Saying there's no "magic answer to the deficit," this ex-gov. of Ariz. called for a nat'l sales tax
    $200 7
Of 25,000, 50,000 or 100,000, the approximate number of times an average heart beats each day
    $200 1
2 of the 3 great peninsulas of southern Europe
    $200 20
Lynn Redgrave, Sarah Miles & 24 other actresses discuss their interpretations of this role in "Playing Joan"
    $200 15
General name classifying all Mexican artifacts dated before 1492
    $200 17
The unlucky number "on a match"
    $400 5
His wife Mary, a.k.a. "Tipper", is an outspoken critic of sexual explicitness in rock 'n' roll
    $400 8
Strands of hair this color tend to be thicker than hair of any other color
    $400 2
Known for its guns & glassware, Liege is the industrial center of the eastern part of this country
    $400 21
Co-author of "Shakespeare Alive!" who presents Shakespeare's plays live in Central Park
    $400 23
When you roll "boxcars" in craps, you see this many dots on the dice
    DD: $300 6
Sam Nunn's great-uncle, Carl Vinson, chaired this committee in the House which Sam chairs in the Sen.
    $600 11
Part of the eye in which the sight receptors are located
    $600 3
Built for the 1972 games, the Olympic village is part of this city
    $600 24
Herman Buchman wrote the book on this subject, often yelled for by Milton Berle
    $600 18
Number of members in the brigade that, in the poem, rode "into the valley of death"
    $800 9
He was 33 when San Antonio voters elected him the 1st Mexican-American mayor of a major U.S. city
    $800 13
It 1st became well known in 1897 when Fitzsimmons knocked out Corbett with a blow to it
    $800 12
After liberating Italy in 1860, he retired, refusing all honors, to the small island of Caprera
    $800 25
The national directory of this profession includes data on Leonard Melfi, Beth Henley & Woody Allen
    $800 19
Length of time covered by a sesquicentennial
    $1000 10
Late N.Y. gov. & diplomat whose widow, Pamela, is a prominent Democratic Party fund raiser
    $1000 14
Largest of the 9 cartilages in the larynx, it's technically called a thyroid cartilage
    $1000 16
Though Burgenland was ceded to Austria in 1919, one city voted to rejoin this country in 1921
    $1000 26
You'll find method acting in his books, & on some copies the insignia of the Moscow Art Theater
    DD: $2,000 22
Number of zeros in a good ol' American trillion

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Harriet Keith Bob
$6,700 -$1,200 $7,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On May 20, 1902 U.S. rule ended & this country became independent

Final scores:

Harriet Keith Bob
$13,400 -$1,200 $13,500
2nd place: a trip on Eastern with stay at the Sheraton Grand Paradise Island in the Bahamas 3rd place: Gold Coin maple leafs gold coins New champion: $13,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Harriet Keith Bob
$7,100 -$1,200 $6,500
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
6 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $12,400

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Game tape date: 1988-09-06
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