Show #816 - Monday, March 7, 1988

Contestants

Lou Kaluza, a teacher from San Antonio, Texas

Hank Peddicord, a claims representative from Victorville, California

Isaac Braddock, a lawyer from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,597)

Jeopardy! Round

SHIPS
NURSERY RHYMES
ELVIS
ADJECTIVES
HISTORY
HOW TO...
    $100 7
Guinness says the world's most expensive yacht is this country's royal yacht, the Abdul Aziz
    $100 22
Jack Horner sat in his corner & ate a pie associated with this holiday
    $100 26
Elvis' 1968 comeback was started by a TV special aptly sponsored by this sewing machine company
    $100 11
Adjective rightly describing Molly Brown & wrongly describing the Titanic
    $100 2
Defeating him at Chalons-sur-Marne in 451, the Romans said so long, Hun
    $100 14
By alternately tossing & catching each, keep 3 balls, plates, or clubs in the air at one time
    $200 6
Not Jason's mythical "Argo", but a ship called the "Argonaut", appeared in this Lloyd Bridges TV series
    $200 23
"The pig was eat &" he "was beat"
    $200 27
"Love Me Tender" & "Elvis on Tour" were the 1st & last of these Elvis did
    $200 12
The adjective form of the word nonsense
    $200 3
Frederick the Great was king of this Germanic country
    $200 15
Heat to about 400°f, let it explode, then salt & butter it, if desired
    $300 1
A famous yachting trophy was called the "100 Guinea Cup" until after it was won by this yacht
    $300 18
Of "curd", "cockle", or "contrary", word not mentioned in "Mary, Mary"
    $300 28
On Aug. 27, 1965, Elvis played host to this quartet in his Bel-Air home
    $300 13
Adjective describing the works & literary style of the author of "Great Expectations"
    $300 8
In the Middle Ages, the stained glass windows in these helped the illiterate learn about Christianity
    $300 19
Stick the end of a fine cord of fibrous material thru the eye of a small sharp object
    $400 4
Type of U.S. Navy ship whose identification # begins with the letters "CV"
    $400 24
Name of a piece of playground equipment, or the phrase preceding "Margery Daw"
    $400 29
In 1957, an Oregon DJ was fired for playing Elvis' version of this "colorful" winter classic
    $400 16
Abbreviated "mil.", it means pertaining to soldiers
    $400 9
Though opposed to their independence, William Pitt supported their resistance to the Stamp Act
    $400 20
Determine it's not a conventional aircraft, a meteor, or a weather balloon
    $500 5
In 1950, Admiral Radford directed that Old Glory be hoisted over remains of this ship each day
    $500 25
Last word in the rhyme which begins "There was a little girl..."
    $500 30
Celebrity Register says this man, Elvis' manager, was once a successful promoter of patent medicines
    $500 17
In Randy Newman's "I Love L.A.", the 2 adjectives describing the "redhead" by his side
    $500 10
As a WWI soldier, this Yugoslavian leader was caught & sent to Russia where he became a communist
    DD: $500 21
Mix a pigment with a binder

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Isaac Hank Lou
$1,700 $200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Isaac Hank Lou
$1,600 $500 $4,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

LIGHTHOUSES
LITERARY TRIVIA
PSYCH 101
CONNECTICUT
STARTS WITH "K"
ANCIENT TELEVISION
    $200 23
These giant sea creatures don't use lighthouses, but lighthouses have used their oil for a power source
    $200 5
It's said Lara in "Dr. Zhivago" is based on Olga Ivinskaya, this author's companion during his last years
    $200 8
The way you are today is generally thought to be the product of environment & this
    $200 10
Word preceding "back", "the habit", or "up a fuss"
    $200 1
Because of material shortages caused by this war, the gov't froze TV station construction
    $400 12
The grandfather of this author of "Kidnapped" invented the flashing light now used worldwide
    $400 7
As Max Brand, Frederick Faust wrote not only westerns but books & films about this young doctor
    $400 19
You test for this by using cards with pictures of stars, crosses, circles, squares, & wavy lines
    $400 11
As a cent is to a U.S. dollar, this coin is to a Russian ruble
    $400 13
The 1946 series "I Love to Eat" was this type of show
    $600 6
Since 1939, U.S. lighthouses have been operated & maintained by this group
    $600 20
Hemmingway, Dos Possos & cummings worked during WWI in these specialized vehicles
    $600 18
Adler coined this term for "complex" belief that one's self is insignificant compared to others
    $600 15
This Australian bird is also called the "laughing jackass"
    $600 14
This program grew out of 1949's "The Admiral Broadway Revue", starring Sid Caesar & Imogene Coca
    DD: $500 3
[AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE] In 1970, this British studio group had their biggest hit with the following:

"She ain't got no money / Her clothes are kinda funny / Her hair is kinda wild and free..."
    DD: $800 24
Twain tale w/the line "Thou hast the same hair, the same eyes, the same voice & manner...that I bear"
    $800 17
If you know the word for this, it was stored in your long-term section of it, not the short-term
    $800 26
In 1959, Connecticut abolished local government on this level
    $800 16
In Yiddish slang, it's a constant annoying complainer
    $800 21
1st on TV in 1948, this Sunday talent showcase ran 23 seasons before being replaced by pro football games
    $1000 2
The 1st one in America was erected in 1716 on Little Brewster Island in this city's harbor
    $1000 9
From Greek for "hand image", it's fitting your notions of individuals into a preconceived mold
    $1000 4
In 1975, she became 1st woman elected governor of a state whose husband hadn't previously held the office
    $1000 25
Some believe the image seen in this type of photography is a person's aura
    $1000 22
In 1927, as Secretary of Commerce, not yet president, he was 1st major U.S. official to appear on TV

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Isaac Hank Lou
$6,900 $1,900 $8,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

JOAN OF ARC
Joan of Arc's battles against the English were part of this war

Final scores:

Isaac Hank Lou
$9,900 $1,800 $14,000
2nd place: Keller bedroom furniture & Burlington House draperies 3rd place: Doug Webb seriograph Liberty Renewed by Martin Lawrence Galleries New champion: $14,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Isaac Hank Lou
$7,400 $1,900 $8,500
20 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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