Show #923 - Wednesday, September 14, 1988


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Art Hill, a hotel controller from La Crosse, Wisconsin

Chris Williams, a lawyer and writer from Baltimore, Maryland

Terry Floren, a firefighter from Dayton, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
"Massage parlor television" was how some denounced this '70s detective trio
    $100 11
He arranged the murders of some of his own children as well as slaying the infants of Bethlehem
    $100 23
This keeps a racing greyhound from biting other dogs in the heat of the chase
    $100 7
The only canned luncheon meat distributed nationally, its name is a contraction of "spiced ham"
    $100 1
According to the minstrel song, "There'll be" one of these "in the old town tonight"
    $100 5
Descended from a long line of Quakers, he was the son of village blacksmith Jesse Clark Hoover
    $200 13
These were the first 4 words that appeared on Paladin's calling card
    $200 12
Audie Murphy, Paul Newman & even Roy Rogers played this youthful outlaw on film
    $200 16
This vegetable, which comes in spears, was used 2.000 years ago as a medicine, not a weapon
    $200 2
Title of the song that says, "Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home"
    $200 18
A N.Y. Ivy League university is named for this Quaker who helped develop the U.S. telegraph system
    $300 8
Name of the establishment where we first heard Flo the waitress let fly with "Kiss my grits"
    $300 10
In legend, the evil sorceress Morgan le Fay is this king's half-sister
    $300 26
The name for this type of dog is from Old French for "Spaniard"
    $300 14
Ovo-lacto vegetarians eat dairy products, vegetable products & these
    $300 3
Paul Dresser, who wrote "On The Banks Of The Wabash", was a brother of this "Sister Carrie" author
    $300 24
If you know a "Whit" about poetry, you know that this man was "The Quaker Poet"
    $400 17
From 1961-64 she worked for the Baxter family
    $400 20
In the early 1800s this pirate was "governor" of Galveston island, Texas
    $400 15
Ipswich, Massachusetts is famous for this type of shellfish
    $400 4
In this 1918 hit, subtitled "The Stammering Song", she's "the only g-g-g-girl that I adore"
    $400 19
Quaker author Jessamyn West's 1st novel, it was made into a film about Quakers starring Gary Cooper
    DD: $500 9
Pop singer who co-wrote the following TV theme:

[The Tonight Show theme plays]
    $500 21
"Who will free me from this turbulent priest?" asked Henry II, ordering this man's murder
    $500 27
Chinese for "golden orange", this citrus fruit looks like a tiny, oblong orange
    $500 22
This plaintive Civil War song is sometimes called "Tenting Tonight"
    $500 25
Legend says this Quaker sewed something special for Geo. Washington in her back parlor

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

Terry Chris Art
$500 $1,100 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Chris Art
$2,000 $2,400 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
The last name of sisters Amy, Beth. Jo & Meg
    $200 2
2 of 3 dates on which the summer solstice can occur
    $200 18
Col. Paul Tibbits & Major Thomas Ferebee made history on August 6, 1945 by dropping this
    $200 9
In 1770 it replaced Cap-Haitien as the capital of Saint-Domingue, which is now Haiti
    $200 14
Alaskan city that's bidding for the 1994 Winter Olympics
    $200 24
Sargent Shriver's distant cousin who is a tennis champion
    $400 8
This novel concludes, "After all, tomorrow is another day"
    $400 3
oscillating universe & big bang
    $400 20
Germany's V-2 was the world's 1st rocket-powered one
    $400 10
European country whose lavish 16th century style of architecture was known as "Manueline"
    $400 1
The 2 colors in a rainbow that have 3 syllables are indigo & this on
    $600 19
1 of 2 characters in "Tom Sawyer" who have "Joe" in their names
    $600 4
This "great hunter" seems to be hunting the 7 Pleiades of the constellation Taurus
    $600 21
On Dec. 8, 1941 this country declared war on Japan hours before we did
    $600 11
West Coast city called America's "City of Roses"
    $600 15
From Latin "to spit on", it's a spittoon
    $800 23
Thornton Wilder novel that delves into the lives of 5 travelers who fall to their deaths in Peru
    DD: $1,000 5
The 2 planets which have no known natural satellites
    $800 26
French town noted for its bottled drinking water & its collaborationist WWII government
    $800 12
The construction of the Suez Canal resulted in the founding of this city
    $800 16
To pound, crush or grind into a powder
    $800 22
Country cousins Mickey Gilley, Jerry Lee Lewis & this TV evangelist were reportedly "inseparable" as children
    $1000 25
Pen name of E.Z.C. Judson who originated the dime novel & gave William F. Cody his famous nickname
    $1000 6
About 140 A.D. he compiled the "Almagest", an encyclopedia that included a star catalog
    $1000 27
2 leading Nazis Hitler expelled from the party the day before he committed suicide
    $1000 13
This capital of Trinidad & Tobago was founded by Spanish settlers in the 1500s
    DD: $1,100 17
The first 3-syllable word in "The Star-Spangled Banner"
    $1000 28
Tyrone Power was a 2nd cousin of this Tyrone, who founded a theater in Minneapolis

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Chris Art
$6,900 $5,400 $3,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This Lerner & Loewe musical was written directly for the screen & wasn't a Broadway musical 'til 1973

Final scores:

Terry Chris Art
$2,900 $10,798 $3,100
3rd place: DIA recliner New champion: $10,798 2nd place: Ashley bedroom group & Louverdrape pleated shades

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Terry Chris Art
$6,800 $6,400 $3,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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Game tape date: 1988-07-19
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