Show #780 - Friday, January 15, 1988

Leah Greenwald game 5.

Contestants

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Michelle Lellouche, an archivist from Jacksonville, Florida

Steve Morris, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts (whose 4-day cash winnings total $42,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

STARTS WITH "WH"
KINGS & QUEENS
IN THE NEWS
SPORTS TRIVIA
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
CELEBRITY JEOPARDY!
(Alex: ...all the clues are quotes given to us by celebrities, by famous people, to help you identify them.)
    $100 2
The Scotch variety is seldom spelled with an "E"
    $100 1
In 1895, Liliuokalani was charged with treason & forced to abdicate throne of this island group
    $100 15
Nearly 4 mil. of them were thought to be eligible for the U.S. amnesty program that began in 1987
    $100 8
Rogers Hornsby favored baseball over this sport, saying, "When I hit a ball I want somebody else to go chase it"
    $100 5
A small fipple flute that, by its name, sounds like it only costs one cent
    $100 21
I was the female 2nd banana on "The Garry Moore Show"
    $200 20
Little Miss Muffet could tell you this must be expelled from milk before you can make cheese
    $200 3
Fabiola, the current queen of this Low Country, was born a Spanish noblewoman
    $200 16
To discourage their use in holdups, one leading maker of BB guns is painting this part of toy guns orange
    $200 9
The College & Pro Football Halls of Fame are in different towns in this state
    $200 6
One name for this woodwind, "hautboy", is from the French meaning "high wood"
    $200 22
I once wanted to be a jockey, but ended up "Riding" Harvey Korman
    $300 25
It's a synonym for neigh, as Mister Ed could tell you
    $300 4
The last king of this Scandanavian country was Frederick IX, a rear admiral who died in 1972
    $300 17
This great Spanish tenor sang in a $10 mil. version of "Aida" staged at the Temple of Luxor in Egypt
    $300 10
While in football the Jets represent New York, in hockey they represent this Canadian city
    $300 7
It's the call of an elephant or a brass instrument, or the brass instrument itself
    $300 23
I played football at Florida State & used my # 22 in all my movies, like "Semi-Tough"
    DD: $500 27
Questionable title of the following 1972 hit:

"You told me that you didn't love him /
And you were going to say goodbye /
But if you really didn't mean it /
Why did you have to lie?..."
    $400 12
King of Franks who was advised, it's said, by Theodulf the Visigoth & Elissaeus the Eunuch
    $400 11
In July 1987, this wife of baseball star Ray Knight was inducted in the LPGA Hall of Fame
    $400 18
The dance band "Hi-Hat" is a set of these worked by a foot pedal
    $400 24
I'm not really Chef Paul Prudhomme's twin brother, but I was "Barber" to Dean Martin for 8 years
    $500 13
Kings of this largest island in the Mediterranean included William the Bad & his son William the Good
    $500 14
Though the Mets got one, the NFL champion Giants weren't initially offered NYC ticker tape parade due to this
    $500 19
Beethoven wrote many solo pieces for this instrument which can be 7-10 feet long
    $500 26
I played Capt. Parmenter, Sam Jones, & Vinton Harper

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Leah Steve Michelle
$1,600 $1,200 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leah Steve Michelle
$3,400 $1,400 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

MAN IN SPACE
WORLD CITIES
WORD ORIGINS
COLORS
NEW HAMPSHIRITES
CENTRAL CHARACTERS
(Alex: We'll give you the character; you give us the work.)
    $200 21
Halley's Comet was met in 1986 by this country's Suisei & Sakigake spacecrafts
    $200 10
Capital of Australia's N. Territory, named for a famed British naturalist who was never there
    $200 13
Derived from Middle English words for "goose" & "summer", it's a gauzy summer fabric
    $200 5
Like her eyes, the bottle of Elizabeth Taylor's new "Passion" perfume is this color
    $200 9
Gen. John Stark, who died at Manchester in 1822, was the last living general of this war
    $200 1
Quasimodo
    $400 27
Craft aboard which U.S. astronauts spent the longest time in space, about 2000 hours
    DD: $1,000 11
The Warsaw Pact is administered from headquarters in this city
    $400 14
One's lineage, named because the lines on a genealogical chart look like a crane's foot or "pie de grue"
    $400 6
On Mother's Day, a carnation of this color is worn in remembrance of a departed mother
    $400 29
To many New Englanders, this New Hampshire native was known as the "Godlike" Daniel
    $400 2
Wolf Larsen
    $600 26
To date, this Space Shuttle named for a lost land has gone up on the fewest missions--2
    $600 12
The city for which Angora wool, Angora cats, Angora goats & Angora rabbits are named is now called this
    $600 15
These full-hipped riding breeches were named for a town in India
    $600 7
While the rods in the retina are sensitive to dim light, these cells provide our color vision
    $600 3
Raskolnikov
    $800 25
He went up in Vostok I
    $800 22
El Paso's twin city on the Mexican side of the border
    $800 16
From a French phrase meaning "of good nature", this adjective is synonymous with suave & urbane
    DD: $400 18
Color television works by blending these 3 primary colors of light
    $800 28
She founded a church "which should reinstate primitive Christianity & its lost element of healing"
    $800 4
Marguerite Gautier
    $1000 24
The 1st live pictures of a manned liftoff from here were transmitted in August 1971
    $1000 20
If you've split from Split, you've left this country's largest coastal city
    $1000 17
This slang term for "ridiculous" may derive from a word for the art of making decals, decalcomania
    $1000 19
Though from the Latin for "completely crude", this creamy color is popular for bridal lace
    $1000 23
At Binion's Casino in Las Vegas, you can see 100 $10,000 bills with this New Hampshirite on them
    $1000 8
Redmond Barry

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leah Steve Michelle
$10,400 $8,000 $1,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS
Of the 5 vowels, only these are the 1st letter of a president's last name

Final scores:

Leah Steve Michelle
$16,001 $15,900 $2,800
5-day champion: $58,802 2nd place: a trip to the Caribbean on Eastern Airlines + 1 week at the Xanadu Beach & Marina Resort 3rd place: "Shoppers" limited edition serigraph numbered & hand-signed by Leo Posillico from Martin Lawrence Galleries

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Leah Steve Michelle
$11,300 $7,400 $1,400
25 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
5 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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