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    DD: $2,000 10
Frommer's has no separate "dollarwise" guide to Liechtenstein; they combine it with this country
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Show #971 - Monday, November 21, 1988

Contestants

Barbara Bradley, a teacher from Glendale, Arizona

Dennis McNeil, a priest from Painesville, Ohio

Steve Brown, a chief petty officer from Twentynine Palms, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $26,799)

Jeopardy! Round

POETRY
FAMOUS WOMEN
SPORTS
DOUBLE LETTERS
THE FUNNIES
MARS
    $100 14
Robert Browning ended "Pippa's Song" with "God's in his heaven--all's right with" this
    $100 2
She escaped Nazi Germany, fought for Israeli independence & found fame as a therapist on TV
    $100 26
A Harvard study indicates this alley sport burns more calories than rowing or tennis
    $100 17
Surname of singers Dorothy, Judy & Phil
    $100 1
Last name of American comic strip artist Al or British comic strip character Andy
    $100 7
Though its probe sent back info for only 20 sec., this country achieved the 1st soft landing on Mars
    $200 15
It's to whom Vachel Lindsay referred in the poem "Bryan, Bryan, Bryan, Bryan"
    $200 9
Maria Callas wasn't born in Greece but in this American city where she often came to sing
    $200 27
"Mr. October", he said, "The only reason I don't like playing in the World Series is I can't watch myself play"
    $200 18
It's the only name of a Zodiac sign with double letters, as any straight arrow will tell you
    $200 3
1938's "Best Actor" Oscar was mistakenly engraved to this comic strip cop instead of Spencer Tracy
    $200 8
In 1908 astronomer Percival Lowell claimed these were built by an advanced civilization
    $300 20
Completes the title of the work by Thomas Gray, Elegy Written in a Country..."
    $300 10
She played on a championship high school basketball team before becoming a senator from Maine
    $300 28
If a polo game is tied at the end of regulation play, the match is decided this way
    $300 19
Legal relationship of a tenant to his landlord
    DD: $500 4
This strip by Harold R. Foster took place in the days of King Arthur
    $300 11
One of these on Mars, the Olympus Mons, is 100 times as big as the largest one on Hawaii
    $400 21
Longfellow peom which begins "This is the forest primeval"
    $400 13
She married John Macy, the critic who helped edit Helen Keller's autobiography
    $400 29
The 1st NFL championship game on network TV was between the L.A. Rams & this Ohio team in 1951
    $400 24
While it's 1 of the 3 primary colors of light, it's not 1 of the 3 primary colors of paint
    $400 5
Snuffy Smith used to share title billing with this character
    $400 12
Mars' satellites Deimos & Phobos are named after the sons of this Greek god of war
    $500 22
Pope poem with the lines, "Plague on't! Tis past a jest – nay prithee, pox! Give her the hair"
    $500 23
Franz Liszt's daughter Cosima married this composer & helped develop the Bayreuth Festival
    $500 30
The defensemen in this popular sport are called the "backline"
    $500 25
Double talk, or a flashy action intended to deceive, it's probably an alteration of razzle dazzle
    $500 6
Hard-boiled mystery writer who supplied scripts for the Secret Agent X-9 strip
    $500 16
It's now believed they're made up of frozen carbon dioxide & water

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

Steve Dennis Barbara
$1,500 $900 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Dennis Barbara
$2,400 $2,200 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1940s
WORLD TRAVEL
PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
COMPOSERS
ANIMALS
    $200 16
On Feb. 1, 1941 the Japanese announced this food would be rationed, a major blow to the Diet's diet
    $200 1
As a bonus, Delta, United & Continental tripled this for some frequent flyers in 1988
    $200 21
Though Nixon & Hoover were not close friends, they were both "Friends" of this religion
    $200 26
Though his name was the "G" in MGM, he was never part of that company
    $200 5
Handel premiered this religious oratorio at a music hall in Dublin in 1742
    $200 3
That hole in your sweater was made by the larvae, not the adult of this insect
    $400 17
The International War Crimes Tribunal began hearings in this city November 20, 1945
    $400 2
The oldest museum in Bombay & one of the largest in London share the name of this royal pair
    DD: $2,000 22
This state passed a law against body snatching after an 1876 attempt to steal Lincoln's
    $400 27
This type of stock gets priority in receiving dividends but often lacks voting rights
    $400 6
He called his own "Firebird" an "audience lollipop"
    $400 12
Animal tamers can trust lions & tigers in ways they can't trust this big cat, "Panthera pardus"
    $600 18
On June 14, 1940 German troops entered this foreign capital
    $600 4
Traveling from Norway to the Netherlands, you'll want to exchange your kroner into these
    $600 23
Greatly interested in agriculture, this Virginia president once invented a plow
    $600 28
48 of the 50 states provide unemployment compensation for a maximum duration of this many weeks
    $600 7
"I shall hear in heaven", this composer said, but he died in 1827 saying, "Too bad! Too bad! It's too late!"
    $600 13
These nocturnal animals form the 2nd largest order of mammals
    $800 19
Country in which Leon Trotsky was assassinated
    DD: $2,000 10
Frommer's has no separate "dollarwise" guide to Liechtenstein; they combine it with this country
    $800 24
1st pres. to use make-up for TV, his actor friend Robert Montgomery survised its application
    $800 8
In 1918 Rachmaninoff moved to this country, which became his home for the rest of his life
    $800 14
Usually nocturnal, these freshwater crustaceans resemble small lobsters
    $1000 20
In 1949 Siam became Thailand & this country was renamed Jordan
    $1000 11
The film "A Room with a View" used a view from a room in the Quisisana e Pontevecchio in this city
    $1000 25
Getting no votes on the 1st ballot at the 1844 Democratic convention, he went on to become president
    $1000 9
"While I was writing Boris, I was Boris", said this composer of "Boris Godunov"
    $1000 15
The 4 kinds of anthropoid apes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Dennis Barbara
$7,000 $800 $4,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

MUSICALS OF THE '80s
The hero of this Tony Award-winning "Best Musical" is sometimes known by a number, 24601

Final scores:

Steve Dennis Barbara
$5,799 $1 $100
3-day champion: $32,598 3rd place: Sound Design home entertainment center 2nd place: trip on Eastern to St. Martin & stay at Mullet Bay Resort

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Steve Dennis Barbara
$7,400 $600 $4,100
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
17 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $12,100

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