Show #972 - Tuesday, November 22, 1988

Contestants

Harvey Barron, a lawyer from Toronto, Canada

Ann Wheeler, a systems engineer from Oakland, California

Steve Brown, a chief petty officer from Twentynine Palms, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $32,598)

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Jeopardy! Round

ADVERTISING
MUSEUMS
THE QUEEN'S ENGLISH
COUNTRY MUSIC
U.S. HISTORY
"T" TIME
    $100 21
IBM used cast members of this former TV series to sell its computers
    $100 9
The 1st public museum in England, the Ashmolean, opened at this university in 1683
    $100 1
Before a rugby match, the coach might give his team a ginger-up, one of these
    $100 26
Harold Jenkins took his stage name from 2 towns: Conway, Ark. & this town in Texas
    $100 6
In 1634 he founded Maryland for Catholic settlers, who in turn named a city after his title
    $100 14
Dracula's domain
    $200 22
Though Charlie tries to show good taste, this company wants tunas that taste good
    $200 10
The name of this world-famous museum is Spanish for "meadow"
    $200 2
Nappy, a diminutive of napkin, is an everyday word for this changeable item
    $200 27
In 1972 Donna Fargo described herself as "The Happiest Girl in" this
    $200 7
In 1948 this country closed its consulates in the U.S. following the defection of 3 citizens
    $200 15
From the Japanese words for "sunshine" & "roast", it describes food cooked in a spicy soy sauce
    $300 23
The current slogan of this underwear company is "We fit America"
    $300 11
The Hollywood Stuntmen's Hall of Fame isn't in Hollywood; it's in Moab in ths "Beehive" state
    $300 3
In England, this game is noughts & crosses
    $300 28
Hank Williams asked, "Why can't I free your doubtful mind and melt" this
    $300 8
Following WWII he was in charge of the Allied administration of Japan
    $300 16
From 618-907 A.D. it was a Chinese dynasty, not a breakfast drink
    $400 24
"The dog kids love to bite"
    $400 18
This museum publishes a monthly magazine appropriately called "Natural History"
    $400 4
In Britain, success is "setting the Thames on fire"; in the U.S., it's this parallel
    $400 29
As he says in his song "Mama Tried." he "turned 21 in prison", San Quentin in fact
    $400 12
In 1819 the U.S. assumed $5 mil in liabilities to pay Spain for this future state, condos not included
    $400 17
Warthogs have 2 sets of these huge curved protuberances
    $500 25
This Czech's picking up a hefty check for her appearances in Estée Lauder's "Knowing" ads
    $500 19
This New York museum has run "Twilight Zone", "Honeymooners" & Milton Berle festivals
    $500 5
Pet Clark song title that actually means "Don't spend the night in the underpass"
    $500 30
Waylon Jennings warbled, "Ladies love" these men "like babies love stray dogs" & he should know
    DD: $1,500 13
The day known as "Black Easter" in American history was the day after he died
    $500 20
In this form of reincarnation, the soul can be reborn into any living thing from a parakeet to a tomato

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

Steve Ann Harvey
$3,300 $100 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Ann Harvey
$5,000 $1,900 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

SOUTH AMERICA
CLOTHING
OREGONIANS
LITERATURE
GEMS
FOREIGN DIRECTORS
    $200 25
1 of the months considered winter in Argentina
    $200 22
As late as 1932 ladies's slacks were still called this, a name now referring to sleepwear
    $200 24
Robert Gray, the 1st person to sail around the world under the U.S. flag, named this river after his ship
    $200 6
In "Paradise Regained", he successfully resists temptation while in the desert
    $200 30
It's a limestone formation composed of millions of marine animals
    $200 5
Before he became famous, Louis Malle made underwater films with this fellow Frenchman
    DD: $2,800 14
Country that's the setting for the following 1964 Top 10 hit:

"Tall and tan and young and lovely /
The girl from Ipanema goes walking and /
When she passes, each one she passes goes ah..."
    $400 21
Shoemakers were called cordwainers after the red cordovan leather from this city
    $400 23
In his later years, this evangelist had an apple ranch on Sunday road in Hood River
    $400 7
Defense lawyer who was pitted against the plaintiff, Mr. Scratch, in a famous short story trial
    $400 29
The name of this April birthstone derives from "adamas", Greek for "invincible"
    $400 1
Leni Riefenstahl, an actress & dancer, directed powerful propaganda films for this ruler
    $600 17
The finest emeralds are found in the ancient mines of this country
    $600 20
Term for the plaid patterns on the fabric of a kilt
    $600 11
This chief of the Nez Percé became a symbol of Indian resistance to settlers
    $600 8
At 16 Frances Hodgson Burnett moved from England to U.S. & later wrote this children's classic
    $600 26
Black & fire are 2 varieties of this stone that is always cut in rounded form to display its colors
    $600 2
It's the nationality of Lina Wertmuller, noted for films such as "Seven Beauties"
    $800 15
South America's newest nation, this former Dutch colony didn't become independent until 1975
    $800 19
Designer Giorgio Armani is known in the fashion world as the "king" of this Italian city
    $800 12
Neil Goldschmidt
    $800 9
Novel in which Sally Athelny finally frees Philip Carey of his hopeless love for Mildred Rogers
    DD: $3,000 27
While rubies are corundums, these silica stones are often sold as imitation rubies
    $800 3
His gory 1971 film of "Macbeth" made some viewers feel "Repulsion"
    $1000 16
South American term for people who are part Indian & part Spanish
    $1000 18
French for "high sewing", it's the industry that begins new looks for each season
    $1000 13
Noted for trying to end nuclear testing, this scientist won the 1962 Nobel Peace Prize
    $1000 10
"His bride-to-be was gone." is the entire last paragraph of this "numerical" novel by B. Tarkington
    $1000 28
In Japan Lake Biwa is the main source of these gems
    $1000 4
Spaniard whose film "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie" won an Oscar in 1973

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Ann Harvey
$6,800 $11,300 $8,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NATIIONAL PARKS
The only national park named for a president is named for him

Final scores:

Steve Ann Harvey
$0 $17,801 $1
3rd place: Frigidaire range + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger New champion: $17,801 2nd place: Keller dining furniture & Capri lighting + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Ann Harvey
$5,800 $9,100 $6,500
22 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,400

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