Show #895 - Friday, June 24, 1988

Missing the first 13 clues.

Contestants

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Norman Sidebottom, a letter carrier from Pacific Grove, California

Robin Carter, a substitute teacher originally from San Antonio, Texas

Neil Landau, an engineer from El Cerrito, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

SOUTH AMERICA
THE PLANT KINGDOM
PETER PAN
FASHION
SPORTSCASTERS
"RICH"
    $100 1
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    $100 4
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    $100 8
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    $100 10
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    $100 16
He was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina & quit "Monday Night Football" 64 years later
    $100 11
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    $200 2
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    $200 22
Type of plant that's living between your toes if you have athlete's foot
    $200 9
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    $200 21
He designed the menswear for the film "The Great Gatsby" even tho polo was not a featured sport
    $200 12
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    $300 3
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    $300 23
After drinking the poison meant for Peter, this character lies down to wait for the applause
    $300 26
U.S. men's rtw industry began around 1800 in the "slop" shops that made clothes for these servicemen
    $300 17
A collision with Jackie Robinson led to the end of his baseball career, but his best stories are about Yogi Berra
    DD: $800 13
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    $400 14
The Galapagos Islands are named for these animals, "galapagos" in Spanish
    $400 6
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    $400 24
When Peter left this behind, Mrs. Darling rolled it up & put it in a drawer
    $400 27
"Time" says that 50% of these luxury garments are now bought by women under 30--for themselves
    $400 18
Now an excitable football analyst, he was, in 1969, the youngest head coach in the old AFL
    $400 28
Lyrics of this 1st #1 Hit for Hall & Oates were based on the story of a male heir to a fast-food chain
    $500 15
This ocean current that hits Peru around Christmas time is named in honor of the Christ child
    $500 7
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    $500 25
Before he died, J.M. Barrie assigned these to the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London
    $500 29
Popular in the 1500s, a woman's farthingale, made with whalebone or wire, had this purpose
    $500 19
In 1972, he stayed on the air with ABC 15 hrs. straight, describing tragedy at Munich Games
    $500 20
Jesus said it was easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for this to happen

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

Neil Robin Norman
$700 $300 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Neil Robin Norman
$2,900 $1,700 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
UTILITIES
THE HUMAN BODY
MUSICALS
AMERICAN AUTHORS
"POOR"
    $200 1
In 1942, FDR said this seaway project would be delayed until after the war
    $200 23
If you're burning LPG, you're burning this
    $200 18
From Greek "kirrhos" meaning orange & "osis", disease, it's a disease that turns the liver orange
    $200 5
In 1987, this mad Russian monk became the unlikely subject of an Australian rock musical
    $200 10
After his "Catch-22", "Something Happened", "Good as Gold", "God Knows"
    $200 15
While the Dow-Jones Industrial Average is based on 30 stocks, this company's index is based on 500
    $400 2
The Manchu gov't was actually behind this "Rebellion" aimed at forcing foreigners out of China
    $400 24
Natural gas consists mainly of this, CH4
    $400 20
In addition to making female hormones, they also, between them, produce an egg each month
    $400 6
Shelley Winters starred on Broadway as Ado Annie the girl who "Cain't Say No", in this show
    $400 11
Adventuresome as his novels, he spent freely sailing the South Seas & building his home, "Wolf House"
    DD: $3,100 16
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) Of all Johnny Rivers' Billboard Top 10 Hits, it's the 1st he wrote himself & the 1st to make No. 1: "How can you tell me how much you miss me / When the last time I saw you, you wouldn't even kiss me..."
    $600 3
In 1914, this European country controlled almost all of West Africa
    $600 27
This Ala. city has 2 separate water supply systems, 1 for residential & 1 for industrial use
    DD: $2,000 22
In an operating room, the pump oxygenator takes over for these two different organs
    $600 7
In "I Can Get It for You Wholesale", Elliott Gould played Harry Bogen & she played Miss Marmelstein
    $600 12
His works have been categorized as naturalistic tragedies, whimsical Monterey idylls, & pastorals
    $800 4
Despite the famous Zola letter, he was still found guilty of treason at his retrial
    $800 26
While Consolidated Edison serves New York, Commonwealth Edison serves this Midwest city
    $800 21
The Medical Dictionary & Health Manual calls it "a vestige of man's primitive past" & of no use
    $800 8
In 1988, he played the role of Pap for the Nashville opening of his own musical "Big River"
    $800 13
Pamphlet in which Thomas Paine called George III "The Royal Brute of Britain"
    $1000 17
Among the assassins who killed this Zulu leader in 1828 was his half brother & successor, Dingane
    $1000 25
7 of the scientists who have worked in the labs of this utility company have been Nobel laureates
    $1000 19
The name of this part of the brain is from New Latin for "prolonged marrow"
    $1000 9
This Cole Porter show, the 1st Tony-winning "Best Musical", was filmed in 3D in 1953
    $1000 14
"Bible Belt" was 1 of the famous phrases created by this man known for his study of the Amer. language

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Neil Robin Norman
$4,100 $13,600 $9,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY PERSONALITIES
Johnny Carson became permanent host of "The Tonight Show" when this man was U.S. President

Final scores:

Neil Robin Norman
$3,100 $18,401 $2
2nd place: trip on Eastern to. St. Thomas & stay at Frenchman's Reef New champion: $18,401 3rd place: Jenn-Air grill-range

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Neil Robin Norman
$4,100 $9,500 $8,700
14 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,300

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