Show #924 - Thursday, September 15, 1988


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Bonnie Anderson, a history professor from New York City, New York

Jack Walsh, an accountant from Hermitage, Pennsylvania

Chris Williams, a lawyer and writer from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,798)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
A famed brand of tobacco is named for this N.C. city where it was produced, & that's no "bull"
    $100 12
Latest figures indicate this state has the most registered motorcycles
    $100 15
The word spelled W-H-I-S-K-E-Y in the U.S. lacks this letter in Canada & Scotland
    $100 4
Meaning "art person" in Japanese, she's a professional female entertainer
    $100 22
"Back in the Saddle Again"
    $100 1
Apple juice is commonly pasteurized, but this apple product is not & may turn to vinegar
    $200 8
This S. Dakota city was not named for growing swiftly but for a creek that runs through it
    $200 13
In popular song, "they climb halfway to the stars"
    $200 16
Spanish for "bleeding", it can be a mixture of red wine, citrus juice, sugar & spices
    $200 5
Bob Vitzel has done this to doughnuts,
golf balls,
a human skull
& 1000s of baby shoes
    $200 25
"Coal Miner's Daughter"
    $200 3
Often used a synonym for concrete, it's really just an ingredient, along w/water, sand & gravel
    $300 9
"The World of Tomorrow" & "Peace Through Understanding" were themes of 2 World's Fairs held in this city
    $300 14
Some say this van's name came from the Irish cops using it; others say, from the Irishmen locked inside it
    $300 17
Brand of Portuguese wine that comes in a pottery crock or a bottle painted to look like one
    $300 6
Guyrex Associates of Texas trained the last 4 winners of this national beauty pageant
    $300 27
"With Love", "The Man in the Straw Hat" & "I Remember It Well"
    $300 18
A voyage is often a round trip; this is a one-way journey, perhaps "... to India"
    $400 10
The oldest public building in the U.S., the Palace of Governors, is in this New Mexico city
    $400 20
Vehicle to which a harness racing horse is hitched
    $400 24
It isn't proper to drink Danish aquavit w/o 1st raising your glass to another person & saying this
    $400 7
The U. S. General Accounting Office is headed by this type of "General"
    DD: $1,000 29
Sisters singing here, who titled their book "Same Song - Separate Voices":

"Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes / Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes / Silver-white winters that melt into springs..."
    $400 19
Any pigeon can properly be called this, though usually only a small or pretty one is
    $500 11
This port on the Big Island of Hawaii is the flower center of the state
    $500 23
It can run a thread back & forth through a loom or people back & forth from the hotel to the airport
    $500 28
In its ads, this beer proclaims, "This world calls for" it
    $500 26
The 1st violinist & assistant conductor of a symphony orchestra holds this title
    $500 30
Blue-eyed folk singer who wrote about her romance with Stacy Keach in "Trust Your Heart"
    $500 21
An "un"interested party simply doesn't care; it's this other prefix that means he's impartial

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

Chris Jack Bonnie
$500 $1,500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Jack Bonnie
$2,400 $3,200 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
In 1928 he was appointed generalissimo & leader of China
    $200 6
Baked guinea pig is considered a delicacy in the highlands of this South American mountain range
    $200 21
1st book in Latin to make U.S. best seller lists was a translation of this A.A. Milne classic
    $200 2
It can follow
Maurice, Robin or Barry
    $400 17
Along with his brother William, he founded Standard Oil
    DD: $1,000 9
Geographical disadvantage shared only by Bolivia & Paraguay
    $400 8
Of Duke Michael, King Rudolf or Rupert of Hentzau, the one who was "The Prisoner of Zenda"
    $400 10
When an alcohol burns, water & this common gas are formed
    $400 3
Term for a present participle used as a noun such as "asking" & "answering"
    $600 18
Arnold Toynbee is best known for the work he did in this field
    $600 11
What you would do with maté in Montevideo
    $600 1
Best known for "U.S.A.", his last name in English would be "of the steps"
    $600 22
This geologic layer of the Earth represents less than 0.1 % of the Earth's total volume
    $600 25
In the upcoming season, NHL teams will play exhibition games against 2 teams from this country
    $600 7
20th c. German psychology which emphasizes that the whole experience is greater than the sum of its parts
    $800 19
1 of 2 men who, at the request of the French gov't. created the 1st modern intelligence test in 1905
    $800 12
This South American country was the only one to send troops to Europe during World War I
    $800 4
1 of the 2 leading English language satirists of the Augustan age, 1700-1750
    $800 23
It's defined as a combination of 2 or more elements which can be separated only by chemical means
    DD: $800 26
This figure skating event for couples made its Olympic debut in 1976
    $800 15
A rapid slide through a series of consecutive tones on a piano or trombone, for example
    $1000 20
This Brazilian anthropologist is famous for works about the Yaqui Indian sorcerer Don Juan
    $1000 13
Spanish for "big feet", this sheep-raising area is the southernmost part of mainland South America
    $1000 5
Paul, 1 of 4 siblings, represents D.H. Lawrence in this novel considered autobiographical
    $1000 24
About half as heavy as water, it's the lightest of all metals
    $1000 16
The okapi belongs to this family

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Jack Bonnie
$4,000 $4,600 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Inspired by Cornell's new team colors, in 1898 it changed its orange & black labels to red & white

Final scores:

Chris Jack Bonnie
$2 $8,100 $300
3rd place: Ricoh XR-M camera + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version New champion: $8,100 2nd place: trip on Eastern to Orlando & stay at the Hilton + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Jack Bonnie
$3,400 $4,600 $2,300
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W

Combined Coryat: $10,300

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Game tape date: 1988-07-19
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