Show #791 - Monday, February 1, 1988

Barbara-Anne Eddy game 1.
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Contestants

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Jim Costello, a high school English teacher from Long Beach, California

Barbara-Anne Eddy, a freelance researcher from Vancouver, Canada

Judy Flannery, a homemaker from Eugene, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

PARIS
PETES & PETERS
PUNS
POTENT POTABLES
POETRY
POTPOURRI
(Alex: And if you get the impression that we've fallen into a vat of "P"s, you're absolutely right!)
    $100 3
Terms used to refer to the sides of the Seine
    $100 1
On September 11, 1985, he hustled his way past Ty Cobb's record for Major League hits
    $100 2
"Devil May Hare", "Roman Legion Hare", & "No Parking Hare", were all cartoons starring him
    $100 10
Meister Brau,
Lowenbrau,
Michelob
    $100 14
In the rhyme on days of birth, this day's child "is full of woe"
    $100 18
You might receive one in semi-block form, including a salutation & complimentary close
    DD: $500 4
(Video Daily Double)
Translation of the following, one of the top TV shows in Paris:
["La Roue de la Fortune"]
    $200 8
New-age artist of the '60s, his psychedelic designs appeared on poster, decals & ties
    $200 24
World Book says carvings made out of bars of this can look like old ivory
    $200 11
Carlo Rossi,
Paul Masson,
Robert Mondavi
    $200 15
In the song by Robert Burns, it's how "grow the rashes"; maybe he meant "rushes"
    $200 19
Number of 1 1/2-volt cells in a 9-volt battery
    $300 5
Once the world's tallest structure, it's still used for navigation, meteorology & broadcasting
    $300 9
He installed his spouse in the husk of a Cucurbita pepo fruit
    $300 25
After the city of Bastrop, LA. stopped buying this for office restrooms, donations came "rolling in"
    $300 16
According to the poem by John McCrae, these flowers blow "in Flanders Fields"
    $300 21
Our word 'bandit" is from "bandito" in this language
    $400 6
Charles de Gaulle Airport was opened in 1974 to relieve traffic at this airport south of Paris
    $400 12
Chicago was his kind of group until he decided to go solo for the "Glory of Love"
    $400 26
USA Today said Dodger pitcher Alejandro Pena was scratched from the lineup due to this kids' disease
    $400 17
One-word title of the Kipling poem about the infantry columns' footwear
    $400 22
Common cooking substance that contains starch, sodium bicarbonate, & an acidic compound
    $500 7
Landmark which stands in the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle
    $500 13
Perhaps this ex-husband of Joan Collins could get the "Dynasty" writers to have Alexis pay him alimony
    $500 27
After Ssgt. Duane Finch played bugle at 10,354 funerals, the L.A. Times said he was in this condition
    $500 20
Published in 1850, it's a collection of 14-line poems by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
    $500 23
Robert Tisch, who holds this government post, was made an honorary member of the Lettermen

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Judy Barbara-Anne Jim
$300 $1,300 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Judy Barbara-Anne Jim
$600 $3,100 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS
(Alex: Once again, we've got a lot of "P"s.)
PROVERBS
PREHISTORIC TIMES
PBS
PULITZER PRIZE PLAYS
PHYSICS
    DD: $1,000 1
He was the last Vice President to become President
    $200 22
Proverb on absence that concludes "...out of mind"
    $200 6
Of land, sea, or air, the natural habitat of a trilobite
    $200 8
Word which in PBS series' titles precedes "from Lincoln Center" & "from the Met"
    $200 14
This 1976 winner is still playing on Broadway after over 5,000 performances
    $200 18
The 1st to win this was Wilhem Roentgen, in 1901, for the discovery of Roentgen, or X-rays
    $400 2
In 1913 he became the 1st President since John Quincy Adams to address Congress
    $400 23
Stockholders might "know a man by" this that "he keeps"
    $400 7
It seems this animal was top prey for Neanderthals in Germany 55,000 years ago; don't tell Santa
    DD: $2,500 10
During June 1987, KCET in L.A. was running this show at 8 A.M., 9 A.M., 10 A.M., & 4 P.M.
    $400 15
He won prizes for "Seascape" & "A Delicate Balance", but not for "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
    $400 27
In the U.K., it's alternating, about 240 volts at a frequency of 50 hertz
    $600 3
He preceded Benjamin Harrison in the White House, & what do you know, followed him too
    $600 24
"A shut mouth" catches none of these & neither will "vinegar"
    $600 9
In the late 1940s, Willard Libby developed this process for determining the age of a fossil
    $600 11
Since CBS dropped him, his treasure house now has a home on PBS
    $600 16
The play based on her diary won the Pulitzer in 1956
    $600 28
The atomic particle called the Neutrino travels at this speed & is little affected by matter
    $800 4
The 34th & 36th Presidents, they were the only 2 born in Texas
    $800 25
Concerning hereditary influences, a proverb states "The apple never..." does this
    $800 19
During WWII, the bones of this, China's best-known human fossil, disappeared
    $800 12
In 1987, this PBS journalist went "In Search of the U.S. Constitution"
    $800 17
The original cast of this prizewinner included Jessica Tandy, Kim Hunter & Marlon Brando
    $1000 5
At least one song from this candidate's 1908 & 1912 campaigns referred to him as "Big Bill"
    $1000 26
One variation puts it "A sword less hurt does than..." one of these
    $1000 20
According to experts, it's the species that developed into Homo-Sapiens
    $1000 13
Call letters of the PBS flagship station in Boston
    $1000 21
This 1962 winner featured the songs "A Secretary is Not a Toy", "The Company Way" & "Coffee Break"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Judy Barbara-Anne Jim
$2,600 $5,600 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POP MUSIC
Solo or in a duet or group, this artist has had more Billboard #1 hits than any other, 29 in all

Final scores:

Judy Barbara-Anne Jim
$0 $11,200 $300
3rd place: a Vita-Vac vaccum cleaner New champion: $11,200 2nd place: a Roper range + Regal cookware

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Judy Barbara-Anne Jim
$3,600 $7,800 $5,800
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,200

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