Show #898 - Wednesday, June 29, 1988

Contestants

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Murry Cann, a financial consultant from Larkspur, California

Rick Cook, a writer from Phoenix, Arizona

Bill Gellert, a research associate from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $6,998)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE OLD WEST
OIL
FAMILIAR PHRASES
COMIC BOOKS
"MAN"LY MOVIES
PSYCH 101
    $100 16
This outlaw pair is purportedly buried in the desolate village of San Vicente, Bolivia
    $100 22
Some 400 years ago, English jurist Sir Edward Coke stated, "A man's house is..." this
    $100 12
We told you last year he changed his red & blue webbed costume for a b&w one, well, he's switched back
    $100 6
Sir Thomas More
    $100 29
A false belief, of grandeur, for example
    $200 17
The riders employed by this service were all issued Bibles & were forbidden to drink or swear
    $200 15
Feline nickname for the 1st well drilled in a new area
    $200 23
Someone setting up a ruse might throw this colorful fish at you
    $200 13
Craig Russell at Eclipse Comics has begun to adapt these; the next will be "The Magic Flute"
    $200 7
In the 1st film, this title character wasn't, an many assume, Detective Nick Charles
    $200 21
Common name of the thought-reform method used on POWs to induce a state of dependence, debility & dread
    $300 5
This famous shootout of Oct. 26, 1881 actually took place on Fremont Street, not in a horse pen
    $300 2
Reforming is a process used to obtain toluene, which you need to make this explosive
    $300 28
To the French, it's "a white paper"; to us, it's a white credit card that's merged with Diners Club
    $300 9
While most comics are monthlies, DC's 50-year-old Action Comics are now issued this often
    $300 1
Film biography of silent screen star Lon Chaney
    $300 18
For boys, the Oedipal period ends when they begin to identify with this person
    $400 14
Taken from the New Hampshire town where it was made, the name Concord was synonymous with this vehicle
    DD: $600 3
This term is from the Latin meaning "rock oil"
    $400 25
The holes punched in free tickets reminded people of bullet holes she fired into small cards
    $400 27
Steel yourself--in 1987, this city was totally destroyed in Marvel's New Universe comics
    $400 10
Some felt this 1966 French film looked like a series of expensive commercials
    $400 19
Considered by some a form of psychology, it's the study of handwriting to determine personality
    $500 8
Bob Younger blamed himself for his gang's capture after the botched Northfield hold-up in this state
    $500 4
God instructed Noah to use this oil product on the inside & outside of the ark
    $500 24
In some versions of rotation pool, a player with the cue ball in this position faces a tough shot
    $500 26
American counterpart to the French science fiction/fantasy comic "Metal Hurlant"
    $500 11
A caricature of Alexander Woollcott, in the movie he was played by Monty Wooley
    $500 20
Field of psychology associated with Jean Piaget, Erikson & Anna Freud

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

Bill Rick Murry
$300 $3,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Rick Murry
$3,000 $3,700 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
HISTORICAL DRAMAS
4-SYLLABLE WORDS
NATIONAL LEADERS
NEEDLEWORK
RAGTIME
    $200 13
It began as a military outpost called Camp Worth
    $200 1
The last scene of this Arthur Miller play is set in a Salem jail cell in 1692
    $200 12
One who claims that his beliefs prevent him from bearing arms is this type of an objector
    $200 7
King Hussein
    $200 5
They include the jacquard, continental, & herringbone-gone-wrong
    $200 26
Recent decade when ragtime experienced a short revival
    $400 14
Folks living in this city are called "Yalies" & "Townies"
    $400 22
In the 19th c., Edwin Booth, Edwin Forrest & Henry Irving all starred onstage as this wily French cardinal
    $400 18
A camera enthusiast may refer to it as "a long lens"
    $400 2
King Hassan
    $400 8
These were 1st made to show examples of stitches a worker could do
    $400 27
Ragtime is said to have been born in this Midwest state along the Mississippi River
    DD: $1,600 15
City celebrated in song in both a 1959 Wilbert Harrison No. 1 hit & the following:

"Y' c'n turn the radiator on whenever you want some heat /
With ev'ry kind o' comfort ev'ry house is all complete /
You c'n walk to privies in the rain and never wet your feet! /
They've gone about as fur as they can go (Yes sir!) /
They've gone about as fur as they can go!..."
    $600 23
"The Royal Hunt of the Sun" dramatizes the story of the Inca Atahualpa & this explorer
    $600 19
Adjective form of the word that describes a word that reads the same forwards & backwards
    $600 3
President Hussein
    $600 9
The name of this needlework technique derives from the French meaning "to put on"
    $600 28
"Treemonisha" & "A Guest of Honor" are the 2 operas written by this ragtime composer
    $800 16
Alabama city named for the inventor of a process for manufacturing steel
    $800 24
Pierre Corneille's greatest play was about this medieval Spaniard who defeated the Moors
    $800 20
Meaning proximity, it's what Zelda Gilroy claimed would snare Dobie Gillis one day--& did
    $800 4
President Herzog
    $800 10
Telling the story of the Norman conquest, the Bayeux Tapestry isn't a tapestry but this form of needlework
    $1000 17
A Money magazine survey says the best place to live in the U.S. is Nashua, a town of 75,000 in this state
    $1000 25
In 1911, he starred on Broadway in his most famous role, "Disraeli"
    DD: $500 21
From Greek for "drinking party", it's a meeting or conference for discussion of a topic
    $1000 6
President Husak
    $1000 11
Needlepoint is generally done on this type of fabric

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Rick Murry
$9,700 $6,300 $1,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 20th CENTURY
In Jan. of 1923, U.S. occupation troops completed their "final withdrawal" from this country

Final scores:

Bill Rick Murry
$6,700 $12,300 $95
2nd place: Mallin patio/poolside furniture & Helix double cassette recorder + Jeopardy! box game or computer version New champion: $12,300 3rd place: Sam Moore Furniture Industries wing chair + Jeopardy! box game or computer version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Rick Murry
$10,200 $6,100 $3,100
21 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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