Show #930 - Friday, September 23, 1988

Chris Shea game 3.
J! round only.

Contestants

Susan Jones, a law student originally from Bristol, England

Michael Greer, a travel agency manager originally from Las Vegas, Nevada

Chris Shea, a radio operator from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE SOUTH
TRANSPORTATION
MIDDLE NAMES
SWIMMING & DIVING
PATRIOTIC SONGS
IN OTHER WORDS...
    $100 24
James Monroe so admired this man that he built a home near Monticello
    $100 14
In 1891, during a 750-mile race of these 2-wheelers, assistants ringing bells kept the winner awake
    $100 7
This was the middle name of John Sargent, who painted portraits, not sewing machines
    $100 6
The world's longest official swim, almost 300 miles, was down this "Father of Waters"
    $100 12
An actor named Thomas á Becket said he wrote this patriotic "Gem", but others claimed it too
    $100 1
Fast like Mr. Martindale
    $200 25
Southern spoon bread is made with this type of meal & eaten with a spoon
    $200 15
In 1930 Herbert Hoover acquired a 16-cylinder limousine made by this company
    $200 8
This son of a president isn't a "Junior" because his middle name is Prescott & his dad's is Wilson
    $200 20
The "Complete Swimmer" says competitive swimming began about 1837 in this English city
    $200 13
It was originally a poem titled "The Defense of Fort McHenry"
    $200 2
The harbor chosen makes no difference if the weather is raging wind & rain
    $300 26
Separated from Florida's mainland by the Indian & Banana Rivers, this cape's name means "cane break"
    $300 16
MIT, NASA & others combined to work on the Daedalus Project, to make an airplane powered by this
    $300 9
It's the middle name of Oscar winner Fahrid Abraham
    $300 21
Reportedly, in 1928 Mercedes Gleitz became 1st person to swim this 8 mile Mediterranean passage
    $300 19
The 2nd line of this beloved patriotic song is "land that I love"
    $300 3
The baseball field just off the golf fairway
    DD: $500 29
Until the 1970s Louisiana had the longest of these in the U.S., containing over a quarter-million words
    $400 17
In 1954 the 1st Canadian subway opened in this city
    $400 10
This famous feminist's middle initial stood for Brownell
    $400 22
This stroke always comes last in medley relays
    $400 27
Song that says, "You're the emblem of the land I love"
    $400 4
Turn over a Granny Smith conveyance
    $500 30
George Washington planned to drain & farm this huge swamp in Virginia
    $500 18
These are actually wingless aircraft that fly just inches off the water
    $500 11
As any little bird could tell you, it was Audubon's middle name
    $500 23
Diving position where diver stays bent at hips with legs held straight & grasps the back of the knees
    $500 28
The song parody "Be Kind to Your Web-Footed Friends" is sung to the tune of this patriotic march
    $500 5
Autographed, shut up tight, then taken to the person specified

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

Chris Michael Susan
$1,200 $100 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Michael Susan
$2,300 $0 $2,800
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