Show #831 - Monday, March 28, 1988

Steven Popper game 1.

Contestants

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Steven Popper, an economist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Cheryl Stein, a criminal defense lawyer from Washington, D.C.

Dave Gramling, a teacher and department chairman from Chelmsford, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT EGYPT
CELEBRITY RELATIVES
COLD-BLODDED ANIMALS
SHAKESPEARE
1987
"O" NO!
    $100 11
Instead of growing them, pharaohs wore phalse ones one their phaces
    $100 12
Sarah Churchill, leading lady in the film, ""Royal Wedding", was this man's daughter
    $100 2
Most geckos use this well-developed organ to clean their eyes
    $100 6
Shakespeare wrote that this Roman "doth bestride the narrow world like a colossus"
    $100 1
When she went home to S.C. on June 10, 1987, Tammy Faye Bakker threw herself down & kissed this
    $100 18
The word that opens the Lord's Prayer
    $200 13
Among the things found in his tomb in 1922 were whips,fans, lots of great jewelry, & a gold mask
    $200 23
For years, this "Queen of the West" passed off the son she had at 15 as her little brother
    $200 3
The largest known frog shares its name with this Biblical giant
    $200 7
Of Desdemona, Iago or himself, the one Othello doesn't kill
    $200 5
This romantic Italian city was the site of 1987's unromantic economic summit
    $200 19
It's a gumbo ingredient, not a talk show hostess
    $300 14
The pharaohs claimed to be sons of this sun god
    $300 27
Granddaughter of designer Elsa Schiaparelli, she's grandniece of art historian Bernard Berenson
    $300 4
The female alligator carries her newly hatched young down to the water in this
    $300 8
The only Shakespearean play with "love" in its title
    $300 16
She announced her resignation from NASA on her 36th birthday, May 26, 1987
    $300 20
A hospital attendant, even if he's not tidy
    $400 15
This city known for its library was built around the Egyptian town of Rhakotis
    $400 28
At different times Gore Vidal & this First Lady had the same stepfather, Hugh Auchincloss
    $400 30
Some male anole lizards display a colorful "dewlap" located here to scare away other males
    DD: $500 9
In Richard Burton's 1964 "Hamlet", former Hamlet John Gielgud was heard but not seen in this role
    $400 24
On May 27, 1987, this middleweight boxing champ announced his retirement...again
    $400 21
From Chinese for "black dragon", it's tea that's partly fermented before drying
    $500 17
Saved from the waters of Lake Nasser, the Temple of Dendur was rebuilt inside this U.S. museum
    $500 29
Miniseries loosely based on the life of Merle Oberon, from the novel by her nephew, Michael Korda
    $500 26
The salamanders called "efts" in their terrestrial stage are called this when aquatic adults
    $500 10
This play inspired an early 20th c. poetic drama "Caliban by the Yellow Sands"
    $500 25
In 1987 he left Lake Woebegone to move to Denmark, then relocated to New York City
    $500 22
An overstuffed, armless sofa, whether or not you bought it in Turkey

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

Dave Cheryl Steven
$300 $1,100 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Cheryl Steven
$700 $4,500 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARTISTS
AMERICAN RIVERS
FENCING
PERFUME
PRESIDENTS
"OY" VEY!
(Alex: All the correct responses end in "oy".)
    $200 13
In 1961 Georges Braque became the 1st living artist to have his works shown in this Paris museum
    $200 20
Washington, DC lies along the east bank of this river
    $200 21
Kendo, developed in Japan, is the art of fencing with sticks of this dried grass
    $200 26
Though it was named for men's formal wear, this Ralph Lauren scent was worn by women
    $200 2
While minister to France in 1787, he thoroughly investigated the wine business
    $200 4
A poodle or a plaything
    $400 15
In his late 70s, Marc Chagall completed 2 large murals for this theatre at Lincoln Center
    $400 1
This river between Texas & Oklahoma was named for the color of the sediment it carries
    $400 22
Modern fencing has been part of these since 1896, but women couldn't compete until 1924
    DD: $300 27
Singer heard here, her name's on a brand of perfume, not a line of makeup:

"The moment I wake up /
Before I put on my makeup /
I say a little prayer for you..."
    $400 3
The spelling of Richard Nixon's middle name
    $400 5
Pester
    $600 16
1st name shared by artists Caravaggio & Buonarroti
    $600 11
This urban river used to flow into Lake Michigan but not flows out of it
    $600 23
Centuries ago, early fencers started wearing these heavy-cuffed gloves
    $600 28
Her latest "Passion" is a perfume, not a 7th husband
    $600 7
This president refused to wear a coat at his cold, windy inauguration & died a month later
    $600 6
How to say "hi" to a ship
    $800 17
Born Tiziano Vecellio, he was portrait artist to Emperor Charles V, who knighted him
    $800 12
This river covers the entire southern boundary of Indiana
    $800 24
A quick return thrust following a parry, from the Italian for "rispondere", to answer
    $800 29
Term for the various places where it's best to apply perfume, as any "heartthrob" should know
    $800 8
As a brigadier general in the Civil War, he was called "Little Ben" because he was only 5'6"
    $800 9
Shy
    $1000 18
His intimate portraits of the Duchess of Alba led to speculation that he was her lover
    $1000 19
The Mohawk River is the largest tributary of this river which flows into the Atlantic
    DD: $500 25
2 of the 3 official weapons used in modern European-style fencing
    $1000 30
Perhaps wearing the perfume named for this ballerina will make you dance like a dying swan
    $1000 10
The last of the eight presidents born in Virginia, though he was elected from New Jersey
    $1000 14
Chinese cabbage whose name is derived from Cantonese for "white vegetable"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Cheryl Steven
$3,700 $10,100 $10,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION HISTORY
2 of only 3 women who have been inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame

Final scores:

Dave Cheryl Steven
$200 $0 $10,200
2nd place: a secretary desk & hutch + a typewriter 3rd place: a Vivitar 35 mm camera New champion: $10,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dave Cheryl Steven
$3,700 $10,000 $11,000
8 R,
1 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $24,700

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