Show #813 - Wednesday, March 2, 1988

Missing 4 scattered clues.

Contestants

Sandy Taylor, a marketing representative from Oakland, California

Phil Marti, a group manager from Studio City, California

Michael Shutterly, a bank officer from Elkridge, Maryland (whose 4-day cash winnings total $49,200)

Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
ROYAL RUMORS
SPORTS
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
TV TRIVIA
RHYME TIME
    $100 5
1 of 5 state capitals to begin with the letter "A"
    $100 7
William II's death while hunting may have been murder; he died with 1 of these thru his heart
    $100 14
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    $100 6
On the vine, the inside of this "cool" vegetable can be 20º cooler than the air outside
    $100 23
=
    $100 15
All the sisters of President Ulysses' parents
    $200 4
1 of 4 state capitals to begin with the letter "B"
    $200 18
Some say Queen Victoria's grandson the Duke of Clarence was this notorious murderer
    $200 22
A baby drooling twice, or an illegal way to advance a basketball
    $200 8
Their pods are so tender & crisp they're cooked & eaten with the peas inside
    $200 25
His car was vandalized by persons unknown the night his "Sons of Scarface" special aired
    $200 16
A scrawny little horse
    $300 1
1 of 3 state capitals to begin with the letter "L"
    $300 10
This Egyptian reputedly used a mix of bear grease, horse's teeth, & burnt mice on her hair & eyelashes
    $300 27
At a rodeo, "dogging" is done to this animal, not a collie
    $300 9
True cantaloupes are hardly known outside Europe; what we call a cantaloupe is actually this
    $300 24
Believe it or not, in 1949 he was the 1st to host a TV version of "Believe It or Not"
    $300 17
The women that "Psychos" Norman might have taken to dinner
    $400 2
1 of 2 state capitals to begin with the letter "O"
    $400 11
Her enemies said this 2nd wife of Henry VIII had an extra finger on each hand
    $400 29
Golf Magazine stated that pro golfers would most like to win this Augusta tournament
    DD: $400 12
1 of 2 fruits prescribed in the following Top 10 1972 hit: "you called your doctor, woke him up / And said, Doctor, ain't there nothing I can take / I said, Doctor..."
    $400 26
Of this role Gene Barry said, "I may not have been the fastest gun in the West, but I was neat"
    $400 19
A long, lean Union soldier
    $500 3
The only state capital to begin with the letter "N"
    $500 20
She reportedly loves Mark Phillips, Coca-Cola & horses, not necessarily in that order
    $500 30
Best known as the "Red Wings" right wing, he played pro hockey for 32 years
    $500 13
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    $500 28
On 1 episode of this 60s sitcom, Clint Eastwood's horse stole the talkative star's girlfriends
    $500 21
In "Margaritaville", Jimmy Buffett "stepped on" this & cut his heel

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

Michael Phil Sandy
$1,000 $1,100 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Phil Sandy
$2,400 $2,100 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

ENGLISH CITIES
BROADWAY LYRICS
IOWANS
MOUNTAINS
CHEMISTRY
"MR." & "MRS."
    $200 6
This city next to the White Cliffs took a 4-year artillery bombardment during WWII
    $200 11
In "Damn Yankees", the 2 words that follow "Whatever Lola wants"
    $200 15
At his birthplace in Winterset, Iowa, you can view 1 of the eye patches he wore in "True Grit"
    $200 22
According to Guinness, 96 of the world's 109 peaks over 24,000 feet are in this mountain range
    $200 3
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    $200 23
For General Motors, he symbolizes the best in automobile repairs
    $400 4
Appropriately named town that has England's oldest & most famous spa
    $400 9
"Don't let it be forgot that once there was a spot for 1 brief, shining moment that was known as" this
    $400 13
Heeding advice of this newspaperman, J. Grinnell left New York in 1854 & founded Grinnell, Iowa
    $400 24
Called the most photographed & painted mountain in the world, a brand of film even carries its name
    $400 2
Bohr's model explained the structure of this
    $400 29
Richard Page, Steve George, Steve Farris, & Pat Mastelotto are better known
    $600 5
Shade of green associated with Robin Hood, it's named for a city in England, not a U.S. president
    $600 1
"Show Boat" lyric "I used to dream that I would discover the perfect lover" refers to "just" this man
    $600 12
The uniquely named "USS The Sullivans" honors 5 Iowan brothers killed at sea in this war
    $600 17
Hawaii's Mauna Kea is the world's tallest mountain, if you measure from this point
    $600 18
The isotope of this element with a mass number of 12 is the standard for atomic mass measurement
    $600 30
The founder & home office of this chocolate chip cookie company can be found in Park City, Utah
    $800 10
Dr. R. Russell's 18th c. promotion of sea bathing for health promoted this resort town due S. of London
    $800 7
"Isn't it rich? Are we a pair?" is the 1st line of this sad Sondheim song
    $800 14
In 1872, this scout, later a showman, won the Medal of Honor, but it was revoked in 1916
    DD: $1,000 19
19,520 foot high Mount Logan is the highest peak in this country
    DD: $1,000 25
Aristotle added "aether" as a fifth element to these basic 4 named by Empedocles
    $800 28
On NBC's "SNL", he did impressions of celebrities with steel needles stuck in their eyes
    $1000 21
In 1742, Thos. Boulsover, a cutler in this city, discovered how to plate copper with silver
    $1000 8
Musical in which a hoofer sings, "If Troy Donahue could be a movie star, then I could be a movie star"
    $1000 16
It's said this baseball player turned evangelist preached to over 100 million people
    $1000 20
1 of 2 countries linked by Europe's famous Brenner Pass
    $1000 26
While carbon atoms usually link in chains, in benzene they link in this shape
    $1000 27
In this 1949 movie, Evelyn Keyes plays the wife of Mountie Dick Powell

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Phil Sandy
$9,200 $9,100 $4,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TRAVEL & TOURISM
To serve U.S. tourists, there are 9 American consulates there, more than in any other country

Final scores:

Michael Phil Sandy
$199 $0 $9,400
2nd place: Hotpoint cooking center & Capri track lighting 3rd place: Landes coffee & tea set New champion: $9,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Phil Sandy
$9,000 $8,900 $4,700
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $22,600

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