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    $500 11
Named for John Jacob Astor, Astoria, first American settlement west of the Rockies, is in this state
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Show #964 - Thursday, November 10, 1988

1988 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

Michael Block, a student and winner of the 1988 Teen Tournament from Staten Island, New York

Sandra Gore, a researcher originally from Boston, Massachusetts

Bruce Seymour, a writer from Piedmont, California

Jeopardy! Round

FIRST NAMES
U.S. STATES
POETS
THE BODY HUMAN
1979
CELEBRITY RELATIVES
    $100 27
You don't have to know it was Pulitzer's first name to win a Pulitzer prize
    $100 28
The largest U.S. naval base is at Norfolk in this state
    $100 6
Georgia poet Sidney Lanier spent several months in a Maryland prison during this war
    $100 25
These smallest blood-carrying tubes in the body link arteries to veins
    $100 30
Acronym used to refer to the treaty signed by Brezhnev & Carter in Vienna in June
    $100 3
Larry Hagman's famous mom who's famous for playing a boy
    $200 15
The dynamite first name of the founder of the Nobel prizes
    $200 1
The two U.S. states that begin with "N" that are neither "North" nor "New"
    $200 2
In one of his cute couplets he quipped, "A bit of talcum is always walcum"
    $200 4
To prevent rejection of transplanted organs, doctors suppress these blood cells
    $200 29
This Boston outfielder became the first American League player to get both 3,000 hits and 400 home runs
    $200 17
"Dr. Zhivago" wasn't this actress' first film; as a child she appeared in her father's film "Limelight"
    $300 23
Were he alive, you would call him by this first name to thank him for a Rhodes scholarship
    $300 5
Among its 77 counties are Creek, Cherokee, Choctaw, Seminole & Osage
    $300 7
Ralph Waldo Emerson spent much of his life in this New England state where he was born
    $300 8
Though associated with ill temper, this organ actually produces antibodies
    DD: $500 26
Group heard here singing the first No. 1 hit of the year:

"Nobody gets too much heaven no more, it's as high..."
    $300 18
Mariska Hargitay of "Falcon Crest" is the daughter of this late sex symbol
    $400 16
Colonel Sanders of "finger lickin'" fame
    $400 10
Its state song is "Home On The Range", not "Over The Rainbow"
    $400 21
This nineteenth-century poet laureate was the most famous poet born in the Lake District of England
    $400 9
The integumentary system is another term for this, the body's largest organ
    $400 13
Amity Island was the setting for this 1975 film that topped 1979's TV ratings
    $400 19
This former brother-in-law of Angela Lansbury co-starred with her in "Death on the Nile" as Hercule Poirot
    $500 24
According to Hoyle, it was his first name
    $500 11
Named for John Jacob Astor, Astoria, first American settlement west of the Rockies, is in this state
    $500 22
This Maine poetess sometimes wrote under the shorter pen name Nancy Boyd
    $500 12
The scientific name for the shinbone
    $500 14
This general resigned as Supreme Commander of NATO and also retired from the U.S. Army
    $500 20
Singer whose ex-son-in-law, Sidney Lumet, directed her in "The Wiz", in the role of a witch

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

Bruce Sandra Michael
$1,000 $400 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Sandra Michael
$1,700 $2,900 $1,700
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