Show #981 - Monday, December 5, 1988

Contestants

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Kate Lanes, a U.S. Navy officer originally from Tucson, Arizona

Mark Jennings, a minister from Ashland, Kansas

Jack Lechner, a freelance writer originally from Arlington, Virginia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $24,701)

Jeopardy! Round

1988
FOOD
TV TRIVIA
BIBLICAL ZOO
SINGERS & DANCERS
"SAN" CITIES
    $100 14
Type of lab creature that became the 1st animal to be patented in the U.S.
    $100 23
Food made in the Florentine style contains this vegetable
    $100 1
Appropriately, the logo for the "Morton Downey, Jr. Show" is a big wide-open one
    $100 30
In Luke 13:32, Jesus likened sly King Herod to 1 of these animals
    $100 9
Her father Richard Whiting composed the songs "Sleepy Time Gal" & "Hooray For Hollywood"
    $100 6
On the Pacific coast, this southern city is 2nd only to L.A. in population
    $200 15
In July Pravda reported that this luxury item might become scarce due to pollution in the Volga
    $200 24
Pour hollandaise over eggs, ham & an English muffin & serve to General Arnold
    $200 2
Robert Wagner said this series was inspired by the Cary Grant film "To Catch a Thief"
    $200 28
To have been passed over on the 1st Passover, an Israelite had to have blood of this animal on his doorpost
    $200 10
Her Nashville crystal shop is called simply Crystal's
    $200 7
From 1969-74 this city was the site of the western White House
    $300 16
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of his misdirected flight, he flew to Ireland--purposely this time
    $300 25
Sometimes, this smooth-skinned relative will grow spontaneously on a peach tree
    $300 3
According to the last episode, this medical series existed only in the imagination of an autistic boy
    $300 5
Jesus told Peter "Thou shalt deny me thrice" before this would happen
    $300 11
He was a professional ballet dancer before he switched to "Dirty Dancing"
    $300 19
You never seem to hear about the swallows leaving here each October 23
    $400 17
His election to a 5th five-year term as Indonesia's president wasn't difficult, he was unopposed
    $400 26
Variety of apple named for a township in Ohio, not a city in Italy
    $400 4
The only "60 Minutes" correspondent whose been on the show from the start
    $400 20
God told him, "I will put enmity between thee & the woman, & between thy seed & her seed
    $400 12
Ethel Merman said her favorite role was Mama Rose in this Broadway musical
    $400 21
Now part of the "Silicon Valley", it was known as the Prune Capital of the World in the early '50s
    DD: $800 18
In 1988, 12 years after their Top 40 hit, this group reunited & went on tour:

"Oh my darling, knock three times /
On the ceiling if you want me /
Twice on the pipe..."
    $500 29
2 of the 3 top selling flavors of soup made by Campbell
    $500 8
John Tesh, who won an Emmy in 1988 as a composer, is the co-host of this show
    $500 27
Harper's Bible dictionary likens this plague of Egypt to the rats in the Pied Piper story
    $500 13
Bill "Bojangles" Robinson gave this "Sugar Babies" star her 1st tap lesson
    $500 22
The metropolitan area of this southwest city is home to 5 Spanish missions & 4 U.S. Air Force bases

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

Jack Mark Kate
$3,200 $300 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Mark Kate
$4,200 $600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

1st NOVELS
AMERICAN RIVERS
FAMOUS NAMES
QUOTES
THE CRUSADES
GLASS
    $200 4
"The Picture of Dorian Gray"
    $200 22
One of the longest rivers in North America, its Spanish name means large river
    $200 9
His original 1st name was Sigsmund, but he shortened it when he was 17
    $200 16
Spencer Tracy's advice on this was "Just know your lines & don't bump into the furniture"
    $200 11
The purpose of the Crusades was to free the Holy Land from this religion's control
    $200 28
During WWI, this strong, lightweight glass was made in Germany as a substitute for asbestos
    $400 5
His 1st novel, "Typee", was subtitled "A Look at Polynesian Life"
    $400 1
These 2 rivers form Iowa's eastern & western borders
    $400 12
This "Father of the American Navy" later became a Rear Admiral in the Russian Navy
    $400 17
Patrick Henry said, "I know know way of judging the future but by" this
    $400 18
The early Crusades were all organized by men holding this office
    $400 29
A "sandwich" of layers of plastic material & flat glass, it's used in car windshields
    $600 6
"Hans Brinker: or The Silver Skates"
    DD: $900 2
Massachusetts is crossed by this river named for a nearby state
    $600 13
She was born Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna von-Osterreich-Lothringen in Vienna in 1755
    $600 23
In 1922 he said "Nonviolence is the 1st article of my faith"
    $600 19
The word "crusade" comes from Latin meaning this
    $600 26
Of a gob, a blob or a fob, the 1 that's not a glob of molten glass gathered on the end of a blowpipe
    $800 7
"From Here to Eternity"
    $800 3
Illinois river made famous in an "Anthology" by Edgar Lee Masters
    $800 14
Shortly after being made Director-Gen. of New Netherland, he bought an island for 60 guilders
    $800 24
British monarch who said in 1601, "This I count the glory of my crown: That I have reigned with your loves"
    DD: $2,000 20
After this 15th century event, Europeans lost interest in crusading & headed west to satisfy expansion goals
    $800 27
The most famous glass produced in the U.S. today is made in Corning, N.Y. under this name
    $1000 8
"The Gilded Age", which he co-wrote with Charles Dudley Warner
    $1000 10
World's highest suspension bridge spans the Royal Gorge which was cut by the Arkansas River in this state
    $1000 15
Way back in 1796, he discovered smallpox could be prevented by vaccination
    $1000 25
This motto of the French Republic originally ended with "ou la mort", meaning "or death"
    $1000 21
Though not important historically, this tragic crusade of 1212 is one of the most remembered
    $1000 30
The chandeliers in the grand foyer of the JFK Center for Performing Arts were made by this Swedish glass co.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Mark Kate
$12,400 $8,100 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. LANDMARKS
Its cornerstone was laid February 12, 1915

Final scores:

Jack Mark Kate
$8,599 $0 $100
4-day champion: $33,300 3rd place: The Maxx vehicle security system 2nd place: Trip for 2 to Hawaii & a week at a resort hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jack Mark Kate
$12,100 $6,600 $4,400
32 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
9 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $23,100

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