Show #926 - Monday, September 19, 1988


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Sara Winter, an academic dean and psychologist from Los Angeles, California

Phil Lamos, a student from Concord Township, Ohio

Jack Walsh, an accountant from Hermitage, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Temppeliaukio Church, which was carved from solid rock, is in this Finnish capital
    $100 6
Prickly pears are plucked from this type of plant
    $100 18
The Hopi 1st rode on these in the 16th century
    $100 23
In 1955 Walter Matthau played Nathan Detroit in a revival of this Broadway musical
    $100 8
Sport which scores in increments of 1, 3, 6 & occasionally 2 points
    $100 14
Winemaking in the U.S. all but died with the start of this in 1920
    $200 2
The changing of the guard on Parliament Hill is one this Canadian city's main summer attractions
    $200 7
Guinness says the longest pork one ever made stretched over 8 miles in "link"th
    $200 19
Famous Seneca orator Red Jacket got his name from the scarlet coat they gave him
    $200 28
In '78 he made his directorial debut, directing himself as star of "Paradise Alley"
    $200 9
In baseball, if a fair ball pops out of the glove of an outfielder & over the fence, it's ruled this
    $200 17
She earned a Ph.D. from Cambridge writing about Shakespeare before writing "The Female Eunuch"
    $300 3
This Arab capital is divided into Christian & Muslim halves
    $300 11
Challah, a Jewish festival bread, gets its gold color from eggs or a pinch of this spice
    $300 20
The Natchez were known for flattening this part of their bodies
    $300 27
TV Guide quoted this ex-"Dallas" star as saying, "I'd die to do the life story of Miss Piggy!"
    $300 10
When judges' marks are announced for gymnastics events, these 2 scores are discarded
    $300 26
In song, they "make me happy, make me feel fine"
    $400 4
It's the capital of Serbia as well as the capital of Yugoslavia
    DD: $1,000 12
The FDA forbids the use of the word "caviar" alone on a label unless it comes from this type of fish
    $400 21
According to historian Clark Wissler, it was the only language Sequoya knew
    $400 24
She played Coach's daughter on "Cheers", but now she's "Moonlighting"
    $400 15
Sport in which Australia might beat Pakistan by an innings & 21 runs
    $400 29
She was "Miss Burbank" in 1948, several years before she began "Singin' in the Rain"
    $500 5
Being the southernmost of South Africa's 3 capitals makes it southernmost capital in Africa
    $500 13
Mangoes are a common ingredient in this pungent Indian relish
    $500 22
Until the Tuscarora joined, the Iroquois consisted of this many "nations"
    $500 25
This pugilistic Pulitzer Prize winner played architect Stanford White in "Ragtime"
    $500 16
In this, you get 1 point for each stone in the house & closer to the tee than any stone of the opposing team
    $500 30
This wine touted itself, "on ice, that's nice"

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

Jack Phil Sara
$700 $400 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Phil Sara
$1,500 $800 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Name that follows Eddie, Audie & Dale
    $200 2
7 1/2 times larger than La Guardia, New York International is known by this name
    $200 11
C. Auguste Dupin, the amateur detective in Poe's stories, lived at No. 33, Rue Dunot in this city
    $200 12
He's been called "the Peanut Politician"
    $200 21
Newly discovered by an Australian astronomer, comet Bradfield is the brightest comet since this one
    $400 1
A protective covering of organic substances placed around plants to control weeds
    $400 7
Rome's airport is named for this 16th century aeronautical pioneer
    $400 15
In Melville's novella, this title character killed Claggart
    DD: $1,000 13
In office from 1955 until his death in 1976, he was called "the last of the big-city bosses"
    $400 22
University of Iowa physicist who discovered 2 radiation belts encircling the Earth
    $600 3
Teddy Roosevelt labeled crusading writers like Upton Sinclair & Ida Tarbell as these
    $600 8
Arriving in his famous plane, he dedicated Kansas City's new airport in 1927
    $600 18
Tragic Doctor who begged, "Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss"
    $600 14
While Ohio's Robert Taft was "Mr. Republican", this Texan was "Mr. Democrat" & "Mr. Sam"
    $600 23
Organic chemistry has been defined as the chemistry of this element & its compounds
    DD: $800 4
Type of "Love" that's the subject of the following:

"Nibblin' on bacon, chewin' on cheese / Sam says to Susie / Honey, would you please be my Mrs.? / Suzie she says yes, with her kisses..."
    $800 9
Will Rogers World Airport helps link this city with the world
    $800 19
Cal & Aron Trask are modern day equivalents of Cain & Abel in this American novel
    $800 16
After introducing the coinage of copper pennies, he became known as "Alexander the Coppersmith"
    $800 24
U.S. News said this "Father of the H-bomb" may come to be known as "Father of Star Wars" too
    $800 26
To avoid "pirated" U.S. versions, Gilbert & Sullivan oversaw the opening of it in N.Y. on Dec. 31, 1879
    $1000 5
LePage's is a famous brand of this type of glue
    $1000 10
Located in Chantilly, Va., this airport covers an area more than half the size of Manhattan
    $1000 20
In "Le Morte d'Arthur", this bastard son dealt King Arthur his death blow
    $1000 17
When this Hoosier ran against FDR, he was dubbed "the barefoot boy from Wall Street"
    $1000 25
Nathaniel Hayward sold Chas. Goodyear his process for treating rubber with this element
    $1000 27
Operetta whose title reflects the work done by its Venetian heroes, Marco & Giuseppe

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Phil Sara
$2,500 $4,800 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 3 goddesses who were contestants in the famous beauty contest judged by Paris

Final scores:

Jack Phil Sara
$2,700 $2,300 $7,199
2nd place: trip on Eastern to New York & stay at the Drake Hotel 3rd place: Oki Telecom cellular mobile telephone New champion: $7,199

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jack Phil Sara
$2,500 $4,200 $8,600
17 R,
6 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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Game tape date: 1988-07-20
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