Show #832 - Tuesday, March 29, 1988

Steven Popper game 2.

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Terry Sheldon, an entrepreneur from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Mary Haney, an assistant director for an alumni association from Brooklyn, New York

Steven Popper, an economist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
WOMEN IN HISTORY
COUNTRY CROONERS
WEDDINGS
LEATHER
"BROAD" MINDED
    $100 3
Something described as argentiferous contains or produces this metal
    $100 1
In 1873 Susan Blow opened the 1st public kindergarten in the U.S. in this Missouri city
    $100 26
He disdains the pop sound, so his songs like "Amarillo By Morning" are "straight" country
    $100 17
Commoners could be lined up by sex & paired off for mass marriages among these South American Indians
    $100 10
In 1372, a royal charter was granted to this city's leather-sellers company
    $100 13
Street that runs past Columbia University & Lincoln Center & through Times Square
    $200 6
Of Andy Panda, Mickey Mouse or Droopy Dog, 1 who belongs to most numerous order of mammals
    $200 2
Born Manya Sklodowska, she was the 1st director of Paris' Insitut du radium
    DD: $1,000 27
Born blind, he sang the following, which hit No. 1 on the country & No. 5 on the pop charts:

"Well you can walk out on me tonight /
If you think that it ain't feeling right..."
    $200 19
Originally, this may have been adopted to hide the bride from evil spirits
    $200 12
Term for a place where hide is converted into leather
    $200 14
As a noun or adjective, this refers to carpet
    $300 7
A lunar one of these is equivalent to 29.53 days, a solar one, 30.43
    $300 4
Born a commoner, Farah Diba married this man in 1959
    $300 28
Nobody sang "Nobody" like she did in 1982
    $300 23
At a Jewish ceremony, this symbolizes the couple's future home
    $300 15
Tooling is done to add this to the leather's surface
    $300 20
Types of tobacco such as Connecticut cigar binder & Pennsylvania cigar filler
    $400 8
It's the opposite of a planet's aphelion
    $400 5
18th c. planter Eliza Pinckney was such a patriot that this pres. asked to be a pallbearer at her funeral
    $400 29
Because he lacks a true singer's voice, this host of "Fandango" was nicknamed "Whispering Bill"
    $400 24
In the Catholic Church, matrimony is called one of these, from Latin "to consecrate"
    $400 16
This leather, produced from the lower layer of sheepskin, is used by carwashers
    $400 21
A tense, twilled napped woolen with a smooth face
    $500 9
Greek letter identifying the antibody-bearing globulin in blood protein
    $500 11
The 1st president of the American Red Cross
    $500 25
The traditional "Here Comes the Bride" s actually "The Bridal Chorus" from this composer's opera "Lohengrin"
    $500 18
Moroccan leather is from this type of animal
    $500 22
A piece of paper printed one just one surface

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Steven Mary Terry
$1,500 -$200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Mary Terry
$2,800 -$300 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

GREEK DRAMA
MILITARY MEN
THE LOW COUNTRIES
THE PLANT KINGDOM
ADJECTIVES
(Alex: Either single or hyphenated.)
MOVIE TRIVIA
    $200 5
The only complete Greek satyr play which survives today is named for this 1-eyed monster
    $200 2
Gen. MacArthur's father was once military gov. of this country MacArthur returned to in WWII
    $200 29
In 1960, Belgium granted independence to this African country
    $200 8
The broad, flat portion of a leaf, or a single piece of grass
    $200 23
Apt adjective for a box of Wheaties, a good piecrust or a weird person
    $200 25
Orson Welles won an Oscar for co-writing this, his 1st film
    $400 7
Prince Neoptolemus, son of this famous "heel", is featured in "Philoctetes"
    $400 3
Killed while resisting capture, 21-year old Frank Luke Jr. was 2nd only to him as a U.S. WWI ace
    $400 6
While Belgium & the Netherlands are kingdoms, Luxembourg is this
    $400 11
Paleobotony is the study of plants in this form
    $400 1
Having most of the air removed before being hermetically sealed, like ground coffee
    $400 26
The 1st shot of Marlene Dietrich in Hitchcock's "Stage Fright" focuses on these, her most famous asset
    $600 13
In "The Trojan Women" this femme fatale is sentenced to "The vile death earned by her vile life"
    DD: $2,000 4
Church which expelled Rev. War General N. Greene for unseemly interest in the military
    $600 16
Of the 3 Low Countries, the 1 that has only a single official language
    $600 12
Turpentine is most commonly a by-product of this tree
    $600 19
In cooking, this adjective usually follows a noun & tells us the food is covered with blazing liquor
    $600 27
The title of a 1980 Oscar-winning film said "Moscow Does Not Believe in" these
    $800 14
Written & set during this war, "Lysistrata" proposed ending it with a sex strike
    $800 9
He designed a saddle adopted & used by the cavalry & headed the Union Army early in the Civil War
    DD: $2,000 17
The 3 capitals of the 3 low countries
    $800 20
It's the term applied to the dark center of certain flowers or the sunken buds on certain tubers
    $800 22
As a noun, it's Philo Vance, but as an adjective, it's a type of novel about him
    $800 28
This European upheaval was the setting for Lillian Dish's classic silent film "Orphans of the Storm"
    $1000 15
In Aeschylus' play, this title character is chained to a rock in the Scythian wilderness
    $1000 10
An unsuccessful candidate for West Point, he was eventually named Air Force Chief of Staff in 1961
    $1000 18
This area of Belgium on the North Sea was home to painters such as Rubens, Breughel & van Eyck
    $1000 21
This flower organ is made up of an ovary, style, & stigma
    $1000 24
From the Old French for "sweet", it's a tone sweet to the ear

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Mary Terry
$13,400 $500 $5,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATIONS
He was the last U.S. president to take the oath of office on March 4th

Final scores:

Steven Mary Terry
$15,500 $0 $10,100
2-day champion: $25,700 3rd place: a side-by-side refrigerator/freezer + Jeopardy! box game 2nd place: a trip for 2 to Tampa, Florida + Jeopardy! box game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steven Mary Terry
$10,800 $500 $4,800
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
6 R,
6 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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