Show #993 - Wednesday, December 21, 1988

Contestants

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Elizabeth Krown Spellman, a management services officer from California

John Hawekotte, an attorney and CPA originally from Chicago, Illinois

Stuart Jacobson, a business associate originally from New York City (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

1987
LAW
SPORTS
TELEVISION
FOOD & DRINK
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
    $100 8
This astronaut left NASA to accept a fellowship at Stanford, her alma mater
    $100 22
Dividing the spectators from the proceedings in the courtroom, you have to pass it to become a lawyer
    $100 16
The Kentucky Derby was 1st run in 1875 when this racetrack opened
    $100 5
Beach community where Jack, Chrissy & Janet found out that "Three's Company"
    $100 1
Traditionally, the crisscross designs on peanut butter cookies are made with this
    $100 17
"A Christmas Carol" was 1st published on the 19th of this month in 1843
    $200 9
Paris' famous naughty nightclub that turned 100 in 1987
    $200 23
Legal term for those most closely related by blood to the dead guy
    $200 18
In 1983 the A.M.A. called for banning this sport in the U.S. due to danger of brain damage
    $200 6
He played a troubled teenager on "The Guiding Light" before he hit it big in "Footloose"
    $200 2
Koala Springs sparkling mineral water juice is produced in this country
    $200 27
City in which the story is set
    DD: $500 10
People prayed for 18-month-old Jessica McClure who fell into a well shaft by her home in this state
    $300 24
We can't keep silent; Ernesto, not Carmen, is first name of this man associated with the famous police warning
    $300 19
The French Open is the only tournament of the tennis grand slam played on this type of surface
    $300 13
Gail Davis starred in this, the 1st western series with a woman in the title role
    $300 3
One of Edgar A. Poe's stories concerns a container of this wine named for Montilla, Spain
    $300 28
This bird Scrooge sent the Cratchits for Christmas dinner was "twice the size of Tiny Tim"
    $400 11
This "Piano Man"s 6-concert high tech tour of the USSR began at Moscow's Olympic Stadium
    $400 25
If a judge hears a case "in camera", it doesn't mean on the air but this
    $400 20
Insisting that Olympic athletes be non-pro, this IOC president from '52-'72 was nicknamed "Slavery"
    $400 14
This "Danny Thomas Show" co-star was 1 of the von Trapp children in "The Sound of Music"
    $400 4
A major brand of brie depicts this woman on the label, wearing a suit of armor
    $400 29
When Bob Cratchit was late the morning after Christmas, Scrooge did this to Bob's salary
    $500 12
In 1987 adult film star Ilona Staller got herself elected to this country's parliamanet
    $500 26
In some states the people can change the law by referendum or by this procedure
    $500 21
The NFL's Rams got that name when they played for this city
    $500 15
This sitcom serviceman had a girlfriend named Lou Ann Poovie
    $500 7
Chowder made from this large sea snail is a specialty of Key West, Florida & the Cayman Islands
    $500 30
As the 1st paragraph states, "Old Marley was dead as" this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Stuart John Elizabeth
$1,100 $1,700 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stuart John Elizabeth
$300 $6,300 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

POLITICIANS
ANIMALS
WORLD AUTHORS
ABBREVIATIONS
MEXICO
TUNES OF THE '20s
    $200 17
In the late '40s Stuart Symington served as the 1st sec'y of this armed service
    $200 1
The wisent is the European relative of this large American plains animal
    $200 11
"Canterbury Tales" author buried in Westminster Abbey, not as an honor, but because he lived there
    $200 6
Abbreviation in the title of Bruce Springsteen's smash 1984 album
    $200 25
Unlike their American counterparts, Mexican senators can't do this at the end of their term
    $200 26
"Birds in the trees seem to twitter" this girl's name
    $400 18
The only former AFL "Player of the Year" who's a congressman
    $400 2
This continent's only bear, the spectacled bear, might munch on a vicuna for lunch
    $400 12
A Danish historian reports that this "Ugly Duckling" author may have been a king's son
    $400 7
The letters ESP stand for extra-sensory perception; collectively, "esp." stands for this
    $400 24
Deep fry your tortilla until it becomes crisp & you'll have one of these
    $400 27
"Maaaaaa--he's making" these "at me"
    $600 19
As a WWII sailor, this senator & former Oregon gov. saw the devastation of Hiroshima firsthand
    $600 3
Of dig in the ground, fish in the water or shoot in the air, how you'd get a gar
    $600 13
This Russian count wrote "pure and complete sorrow is as impossible as pure and complete joy"
    $600 8
Among abbreviations the Random House Dictionary lists for this are Je., Ju. & Jun.
    DD: $2,500 21
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) Heard here, the Jarabe Tapatio is also known by this title [instrumental music plays]
    $600 28
"Down on the heels, up on the toes, that's the way to do" this
    $800 20
As a young lawyer, this Georgia senior senator was also a part-time peanut farmer
    $800 4
The great white whale Moby Dick was probably of this type, the largest of toothed whales
    $800 14
As Irish expatriates in Paris, James Joyce & this "Endgame" writer became close friends
    $800 9
On a whiskey bottle, v.o. stands for this
    $800 22
As a tourist, you might find yourself in hot water in this city whose name means "hot waters"
    $1000 16
A long-time protégé of Richard Daley, the 1st elected office she held was mayor of Chicago
    $1000 5
Related to the horse & rhino, this forest dweller's nose is like a short trunk
    $1000 15
This Nobel Prize winner set his 1988 best seller "Love in the Time of Cholera" in his native Colombia
    DD: $1,200 10
In chemistry Rh is the symbol for rhodium while in meteorology RH stands for this
    $1000 23
Many Mexican Catholics consider her shrine the holiest spot in the country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stuart John Elizabeth
$4,800 $8,700 $5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MOVIE DIRECTORS
Joan Fontaine is the only performer who won an Oscar for acting in any of his 53 films

Final scores:

Stuart John Elizabeth
$9,599 $12,400 $9,801
3rd place: Hitachi 20" TV New champion: $12,400 2nd place: trip on Delta to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico & stay at Villa Del Mar

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stuart John Elizabeth
$2,900 $8,500 $6,200
11 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,600

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