Show #809 - Thursday, February 25, 1988

Contestants

Michael Shutterly, a bank officer from Elkridge, Maryland

Cindy LaRue, a librarian originally from Bayonne, New Jersey

George Wallace, an attorney from Tujunga, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CITIES
TELEVISION
POLITICIANS
PLANTS & TREES
DID YOU NOTICE?
ODORS
    $100 13
Stonehenge is located near this city known for its cathedral, not the TV dinner steak
    $100 4
Married to each other, Michael Tucker & Jill Eikenberry play romantic lawyers on this series
    $100 27
Between 1963-1967, Henry Cabot Lodge served as ambassador to this embattled Asian nation
    $100 30
Since this gardening moss absorbs & holds moisture so well, it can be used for dressing wounds
    $100 9
Unlike other Barbaras, Ms. Streisand spells her 1st name with 2, not 3 of these
    $100 1
Johnson's Odor Eaters are made to fit inside of these
    $200 14
This city's name means "dam on the Amstel"
    $200 5
On the 1st episode of her new variety show; she "married" Hulk Hogan
    $200 28
For 16 years Montana's Mike Mansfield filled this position in the Senate
    $200 29
Word for "juicy" plants which store water in their thick leaves & stems
    $200 10
Nearly all Howard Johnson's restaurants have roofs that are this color
    $200 2
International Flavors & Fragrances says it's the most-popular scent today in household cleaners
    $300 3
Some sources say this Spanish city was named for Hamilcar Barca's family; some say it wasn't
    $300 6
When Lurch was summoned by "The Addams Family", he usually asked this 2-word question
    $300 16
William Miller ran for vice president on the ticket with him
    $300 17
Xerophytes, such as brittlebush & Joshua trees, grow in this type of region
    $300 11
1 of the fruits seen on a Fruit of the Loom label
    $300 18
Of ethereal, pungent or putrid, type of odor nail polish is classified as
    $400 12
While Lucerne is on Lake Lucerne, Lausanne is on this Swiss lake
    $400 7
Jerry Orbach's new show, "The Law & Harry McGraw", is a spin-off of this mystery series
    $400 19
Post filled in Eisenhower Cabinet by Christian Herter
    $400 22
From Latin "juncus", meaning red, it's the only garden flower in World Book under "J"
    DD: $700 23
You may find in circulation a U.S. 25¢ or 5¢ piece with these 2 dates on its face
    $400 25
At LAX, the police use Booker T., Smoky, Oppie, & Sage to do this
    $500 15
It's the southernmost capital city in Central America
    $500 8
Decades apart, Darren McGavin & Ralph Waite both starred in TV series in which they lived on these vehicles
    $500 20
George McGovern, ex-governor from this state could be addressed as "Dr." since he is a Ph.D.
    $500 21
This thorny chaparral shrub of the pea family poses 1 of the worst weed problems the southwest U.S.
    $500 24
In Monopoly, Luxury Tax is this much
    $500 26
The maximum number of these Elle magazine will allow in one issue is 2

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

George Cindy Michael
$1,000 $1,200 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

George Cindy Michael
$2,600 $1,000 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

IDAHO
TECHNOLOGY
"SONG" SONGS
DICKENSIAN CHARACTERS
SPORTS
THE ORIGINAL LANGUAGE
    $200 24
Not surprisingly, it's Idaho's leading crop
    $200 26
The 1939 N.Y. World's Fair featured Electro, a robot man, & Sparko, his robot 1 of these
    $200 7
Paul & Linda sang "Some people say we've had enough of..." these
    $200 3
His ghost wore a heavy chain of cash boxes, keys, padlocks, ledgers, deeds & heavy purses
    $200 19
1 of the first competitions in this sport was a cross-country race in Norway in 1843
    $200 14
Kowtow, typhoon, & tycoon
    $400 23
Name of this breed of Indian horse comes from Idaho's Palouse region
    $400 25
To use this tool, stick your bit in the jaws, tighten the chuck & pull the trigger
    $400 11
It was Neil Diamond's 2nd & last #1 solo hit which may have made him sad in '72
    $400 1
This novel reveals that the eccentric Miss Havisham was jilted by her lover on her wedding day
    $400 29
On TV, it's the sport played in "The Skins Game"
    $400 16
Garage, soup, & camouflage
    $600 22
On July 17, 1955 Arco, Idaho became the 1st U.S. city to be lit by electricity from this source
    $600 18
Philips, a Dutch company, invented the disc "read" not by a needle but by one of these
    DD: $1,100 8
Title of the following:

"People smile and tell me I'm the lucky one / And we've only just begun / Think I'm gonna have a son / He will be like she and me, as free as a dove..."
    $600 4
The villainous redheaded law clerk in "David Copperfield"
    $600 30
Before 1968, this tennis tournament was known as the "U.S. Nationals"
    $600 2
Clinic, telegraph & agnostic
    DD: $2,000 20
Ash from this '80 event created a mulch layer resulting in a 30% crop increase in some parts of Idaho
    $800 15
Worlds of Wonder makes these for kids to leave messages at each other's school lockers
    $800 10
10-word title of B.J. Thomas #1 song which was up for CMA "Single of the Year" in 1975
    $800 5
The brothers Cheeryble are the generous benefactors & employers of this Dickensian hero
    $800 27
In seating capacity, this Midwest stadium is the largest domed football arena
    $800 12
Noodle, snorkel, & nix
    $1000 21
To attract more travelers, i 1936 the Union Pacific RR began developing this famed winter sports resort
    $1000 17
In 1885, this U.S. inventor came up with the 1st practical adding machine
    $1000 9
1952 Susan Hayward film about singer Jane Froman; also 1 of Froman's signature songs
    $1000 6
Tracy Tupman, Nathaniel Winkle, & Augustus Snodgrass belonged to this club
    $1000 28
In winning the 1910 World Series, the Athletics, then from this city, only used 2 pitchers
    $1000 13
Sofa, ghoul, & assassin

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

George Cindy Michael
$3,900 $7,600 $8,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD WAR II
In North Africa, Patton was this general's superior; in Europe, their roles were reversed

Final scores:

George Cindy Michael
$1,001 $100 $15,201
2nd place: Burris reclining chair & Sierra fireplace + Jeopardy! box game 3rd place: Litton microwave oven + Jeopardy! box game New champion: $15,201

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

George Cindy Michael
$4,700 $7,600 $6,900
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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Game tape date: 1987-11-09
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