Show #997 - Tuesday, December 27, 1988

Jeff Richmond game 3.

Contestants

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Penny Souhrada, a computer supply owner from Le Claire, Iowa

Jerry Podair, a lawyer originally from New York City

Jeff Richmond, a city planner from West Hollywood, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

COMPOSERS
ANIMALS
ACTORS & ACTRESSES
LANDMARKS
ROYALTY
THE FBI
    $100 22
Gustav Mahler consulted this famous Viennese psychiatrist about his marriage problems
    $100 17
Unlike other mammals, these dam rodents continue to grow throughout their lives
    $100 4
Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn that he ran away from home at 16 & worked in a tire factory
    $100 1
From Jun '87 to June '88 it tipped another 1/20th of an inch according to a University of Pisa spokesman
    $100 9
Ironically, this English king wrote "Green Groweth The Holly", a poem about romantic faithfulness
    $100 7
The "G" in G-Man stand for this
    $200 23
Schubert died less than 2 yrs. after carrying a torch at the funeral of this great German composer in 1827
    $200 18
Boas & pythons kill their prey by this means
    $200 11
Star of "The Color Purple", she said early influences included Gracie Allen & C. Colbert
    $200 2
The Atomic Bomb Memorial Dome, a building left unreconstructed after WWII, is a peace symbol in this city
    $200 10
This title used in India means "Great King"
    $200 8
The FBI is the chief investigative arm of this U.S. department
    $300 24
Considered unfriendly to Mozart, this Italian composer taught his son after Mozart's death
    DD: $200 19
Animal in the title of the following 1972 No. 1 hit:

"On the first part of the journey..."
    $300 13
1928 grad of Bryn Mawr, this star of "On Golden Pond" was once suspended for smoking
    $300 3
The oldest military org. in the U.S., the Ancient & Honorable Artillery Co. meets in this Boston landmark
    $300 12
After this country's King George I was killed in 1913, his son Constantine succeeded him
    $300 28
The identification division has the largest collection of these in the U.S., some 169 million
    $400 25
This Baroque composer's name translates to "John S. Brook"
    $400 20
Lemurs, the world's smallest primates, are native to this island off Africa
    $400 15
This "Meatball" was described as someone who "would think up fraternity initiation rites"
    $400 5
The Spanish Steps aren't in Madrid, but this world capital
    $400 14
Princess Grace's 3 children
    $400 29
In this program from 1978-80, agents posed as representatives of an Arab sheik, offering bribes to local officials
    $500 26
Geo. Washington & the Austrian composer, affectionately called "Papa", were both born in 1732
    $500 21
The Information Please Almanac describes them as "insects of the grasshopper family, but much more powerful"
    $500 16
Star of "Ragtime" who dropped her dream of being a ballerina because she couldn't do a pirouette
    $500 6
On 1/22/05 troops of Nicholas II shot 100s of demonstrators in front of this Leningrad landmark
    $500 27
Before he died in 814, he crowned his son, Louis the Pious
    $500 30
On Sept. 18, 1975 FBI agents captured this young woman wanted for bank robbery

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Jeff Jerry Penny
$1,600 $600 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Jerry Penny
$3,700 $1,400 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS & AUTHORS
AVIATION
5-LETTER WORDS
COLONIAL AMERICA
POETS
THE CIA
(Alex: And since we had THE FBI in the first round, we're gonna see what we can do with [*] in this one.)
    $200 1
Harriet Beecher Stowe originally subtitled it "The Man That was a Thing"
    $200 13
In 1908 the U.S. Army turned them into defense contractors with an order for a plane
    $200 5
To form a metal, or to fake a signature
    $200 3
This colony was established as a haven for persecuted Quakers
    $200 26
On reaching age 21 in 1809, Byron took his hereditary seat in this house of Parliament
    $200 21
In 1984 the CIA acknowledged that it had participated in mining harbors of this Central Amer. country
    $400 2
Thackeray spoofed this Sir Walter Scott saga in a sequel entitled "Rebecca & Rowena"
    $400 14
In July 1988 11-year-old Christopher Marshall retraced the route of this famous aviator
    $400 10
To clean with a Brillo pad
    DD: $1,000 8
The oldest masonry fort in the U.S., this Fla. city's Castillo de San Marcos dates back to 1672
    $400 27
Some Scots celebrate his birthday by eating sheep parts & singing "Auld Lang Syne"
    $400 22
He's the only former CIA director to go on to hold a national elected office
    $600 4
His philosophical works weren't known as the "Metaphysics" until after his death in 322 B.C.
    $600 15
In February 1988 the FAA retired N16020, the registration number on the plane she flew in 1937
    $600 18
Use this long piece of leather to sharpen a straight razor
    $600 9
Founded circa 1714 as Fort St. Jean Baptiste, Natchitoches is the oldest town in this state
    $600 28
Alfred was his first name; his middle name was Joyce
    $600 25
A forerunner of the CIA was the OSS, which was this
    $800 6
Fames as the 1st English detective novel, it was written by Wilkie Collins
    $800 16
The 3-diamond symbol of this Japanese co. that made the Zero fighters can now be found on cars
    DD: $3,000 19
2 of the 3 U.S. states which fit this category
    $800 11
New Netherland, now New York State, was founded by this company
    $800 29
This Bombay-born poet & novelist was a first cousin of British Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin
    $800 24
In 1987 he went from FBI director to CIA director
    $1000 7
In "Slouching towards Bethlehem" she wrote, "Writers are always selling somebody out"
    $1000 17
In 1916 these 2 airplane companies were set up on the West Coast, one in California, one in Seattle
    $1000 20
Measuring unit for type, or a name for that little dot between the dollars & the cents
    $1000 12
When the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, this Stuart was King of England
    $1000 30
Jimmy Carter called this author of "Deliverance" "the best poet I know"
    $1000 23
CIA headquarters are located in this state

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Jerry Penny
$14,100 $4,200 $2,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

WEIGHTS & MEASURES
This English word is derived from the Latin "duodecim"

Final scores:

Jeff Jerry Penny
$8,401 $100 $1,200
3-day champion: $23,702 3rd place: Ricardo Beverly Hills luggage 2nd place: LouverDrape vertical blinds + Casablanca lamps

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeff Jerry Penny
$11,300 $4,200 $2,300
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
12 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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