Show #829 - Thursday, March 24, 1988

Contestants

Arthur Hanks, Jr., a stockbroker from San Antonio, Texas

Pat O'Connor, an executive assistant from Levittown, Pennsylvania

Larry Frantz, an attorney from Peoria, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
TRAVEL & TOURISM
TOUCHDOWN TOPICS
THE JET SET
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
LAST FILMS
    $100 1
It's said Louisa, wife of J.Q. Adams, read the "Dialogues of Plato" to her sons in this language
    $100 21
You can visit Rossdhu, the historic home of the clan Colquhoun, on the bonny bank of this lake
    $100 4
The coaches, sportswriters, AP, UPI & NCAA each select their version of this honorary college team annually
    $100 15
Gabor sister who wrote "How to Catch a Man, How to Keep a Man, How to Get Rid of a Man"
    $100 25
This country is marketing an IBM PC/AT clone called the "Great Wall 0530"
    $100 3
"On Golden Pond"
    $200 2
Her extensive traveling during WWII earned her the code name "Rover"
    $200 22
In this state, once part of the French colony of Louisiana, you'll find Lincoln's tomb
    $200 5
Quarterback Eddie LeBaron holds NFL record for the shortest 1 of these -- just 2 inches
    $200 16
If he'd won the NYC mayoral race in 1966, he would have demanded a recount, said this "Firing Line" host
    $200 26
During 1986, 138 of these failed in the U.S., a post-Depression record
    $200 6
"Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?"
    $300 10
"Lemonade Lucy", she was ruthless, not Rutherfordless, about not serving alcohol in the White House
    $300 23
Stops on this capital's Metro system's Linea Numero Uno include the Observatorio & the Aeropuerto
    $300 13
1st coach to have center snap ball rather than roll it backwards, the College MVP Award is named for him
    $300 17
The centerpiece of his real estate empire is the 68-story 5th Ave. tower he named for himself
    $300 28
CPC Industries divides the world at the Rockies, so Asia gets "Best Foods" & Europe gets this mayonnaise
    $300 7
"Network"
    $400 11
Probably the "Bes"t First Lady athlete, she once shook 2483 hands in a single day
    $400 24
While Australia wants you to "Come & Say G'Day", Quebec is inviting people to "Come Say" this
    $400 14
Soft drink which has become a nickname for the Denver Broncos
    $400 18
Prince Aly Khan was Pakistan's delegate to the U.N, but was more famous for marrying this sex symbol
    $400 29
This trailer & equipment rental company is the nation's largest Yellow Pages advertiser
    $400 8
"Giant"
    $500 12
The $1 silver certificate issued in 1886 was 1st bill bearing a woman's portrait -- hers
    $500 27
Munich's Hofbrauhaus, Am Eisbach & Augustiner Keller have this type of garden
    DD: $600 20
Football star Harold Edward Grange's 2 nicknames
    $500 19
Her daughter Charlotte was born in Princess Grace Hospital & named for the mother of Prince Rainier
    $500 30
Willamette Industries claims they were 1st to put these names on the bottom of grocery bags
    $500 9
"Brainstorm"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Larry Pat Ray
$1,100 $2,600 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Pat Ray
$3,300 $3,400 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRIITISH HISTORY
THIRD SYMPHONIES
6-LETTER WORDS
THEATER
MISSISSIPPIANS
TOUGH TRIVIA
    $200 1
Originally a garden owned by monks, this London square used to be called "Convent Garden"
    $200 4
Though some call it the 5th, his 3rd symphony, K.22, was written in 1765, when he was only 9
    $200 23
What you do to your opponents to get a contract in bridge, or an antique at an auction
    $200 8
Richard D'Oyly Carte formed an opera company to produce this duo's works
    $200 18
Last 2 people from the same state to win this consecutively were Mary Ann Mobley & Lynda Lee Mead
    $200 13
It's what you'd own "a piece of" if someone sold you a gneiss
    $400 2
Sir Christopher Wren was an astronomy prof. at Oxford before gaining fame in this profession
    $400 5
Since it's featured in Saint-Saens' 3rd symphony, this instrument often pipes up w/the orchestra
    $400 24
A 3-beat gait slower than a gallop
    $400 10
Among the 1st winners of these awards, in 1947, were Ingrid Bergman, Agnes de Mille & Vincent Sardi
    DD: $800 20
In 1968, she set new sales records for a female country singer with the following:
    $400 16
Russell Stover Candies warns their chocolate covered cherries will do this if taken up on airplanes
    $600 3
Some of the stones for this landmark on Salisbury Plain came all the way from south Wales
    $600 6
His original dedication to Napoleon was later withdrawn from his 3rd symphony, the "Eroica"
    DD: $700 26
2 of the 3 dwarfs in Disney's "Snow White..." who fit this category
    $600 14
In 1904, the famed Abbey Theatre opened on Abbey Street in this city
    $600 21
This legendary baseball announcer, the "Old Redhead", may be old, but he's no longer a redhead
    $600 19
Number of minutes it takes the hour hand of a clock to go from XII to II
    $800 7
This bell was named for London's commissioner of works, Sir Benjamin Hall
    $800 9
Schumann's 3rd symphony, the "Rhenish", was meant to depict village life along this
    $800 27
It's from an old French word which originally meant to be out of one's cape
    $800 15
An 1898 production of 1 of his plays was the Moscow Art Theatre's 1st big hit
    $800 22
Rowan Oak, the home of this Nobel Prize-winning novelist, is a national historic landmark
    $800 28
It's what the final boil down of molasses is called
    $1000 12
Hans Holbein the Younger was this king's court painter & designer of the royal robes
    $1000 11
Mendelssohn was inspired to write this, his 3rd symphony, after visiting Holyrood Castle
    $1000 17
Contemporary of Shakespeare who wrote "Tamburlaine" & "The Jew of Malta"
    $1000 25
In 1962, he became the 1st black admitted to the University of Mississippi

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Pat Ray
$9,600 $8,800 $1,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EDUCATION
(Alex: In many ways, that's what Jeopardy! is, an education.)
The 1st of these was published in 1958 by Cliff Hillegass of Lincoln, Nebraska

Final scores:

Larry Pat Ray
$16,600 $16,800 $0
2nd place: Trip to Miami Beach at Fontainebleau Hilton New champion: $16,800 3rd place: Eyvand Earle "Silent Thunder" serigraph

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Larry Pat Ray
$9,400 $8,400 $1,000
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
4 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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