Show #779 - Thursday, January 14, 1988

Leah Greenwald game 4.


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Eytan Mirsky, an assistant film editor from Flushing, New York

Debbie May, a teacher from Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania

Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: ...probably the first and only time we will ever see it on Jeopardy!... And I promise you that everything you could possibly want to know about a warthog is contained in that category!)
(Alex: Of course, all of the responses are spelled the same frontwards and backwards.)
    $100 12
St. Brigid founded the 1st convent in this country, at Kildare, & is one of its patron saints
    $100 13
In 1949, Barry Goldwater was elected to the city council of this Arizona city
    $100 22
Roots, grasses, berries, birds' eggs, & even small mammals
    $100 8
The juice of this fruit makes up to ⅓ of a Valencia cocktail
    $100 1
A young seal
    $100 3
Mrs. Steve Lawrence
    $200 15
St. Augustine of Canterbury was the first to hold this title, circa 601
    $200 18
Later his 1st att'y general, Herbert Brownell Jr. urged him to select Nixon as a running mate
    $200 25
Leopards, principally
    $200 14
It's not "a long way to" this drink, if you've got Irish whiskey, chartreuse & vermouth
    $200 2
Type of rally given by cheerleaders or talk given by the coach
    $200 4
Mrs. Steven Spielberg
    $300 24
Though St. Mark probably wrote his book first, this saint gets first billing in the New Testament
    $300 19
This Tennessean replaced Donald Regan as Reagan's Chief of Staff
    $300 26
Warthogs stick this long, thin, tufted body part straight up in the air when they run
    $300 16
If you order this cold drink on "Long Island", you're apt to get 5 distilled spirits, not brewed leaves
    $300 5
It can precede chart, art, or "the question"
    $300 9
Mrs. Mel Brooks
    $400 20
He was a Republican when elected mayor of NYC in 1965 but became a Democrat in 1971
    DD: $300 17
Title of the following, it's also a cocktail made of Scotch whisky, sugar, & bitters:

"Well you take the high road, and I'll take the low road"
"But I'll be in be in Scotland before ya /
For me and my true love may never meet again..."
    $400 6
Soft or semi-liquid foods, as for infants
    $400 10
Mrs. Bruce Oppenheim
    $500 21
President of Bell & Howell at 29, he went on to become an Illinois senator
    $500 23
You're off to the races in Upstate N.Y. with this drink of ginger ale, sugar, bitters & lemon juice
    $500 7
A dot indicating a unit of numerical value on dice or dominoes
    $500 11
Mrs. Roger Smith

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

Leah Debbie Eytan
$1,200 $1,200 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leah Debbie Eytan
$3,400 $900 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1691, Plymouth Colony became part of this colony
    $200 2
Of "Sir", "Reverend", or "Dr.", title Charles Lutwidge Dodgson could properly use
    $200 26
In August 1987, 3859 people did this together in Macy's annual "Tap-O-Mania"
    $200 8
Leslie Howard's contract salary for this film was more than twice Vivien Leigh's
    $200 16
Born in the Danish West Indies, Camille Pissarro ran away to this Venezuelan capital to paint
    $200 20
Alice Mitchell is this famous kid's mom
    $400 4
The 1765 Quartering Act required Colonial cities to provide this
    $400 3
Mythical land mentioned by Samuel Johnson in his "Debates" & Jonathan Swift in his "Travels"
    $400 27
If you spent more than $60,000 in 1987 at this Texas-based department store, you got a Super Bowl trip
    $400 9
In the 1948 film, Leonide Massine makes this title footwear for Moira Shearer
    $400 17
Fragonard & Watteau have been called 2 of the great poetic painters of this century
    $400 25
The Flying Dr. Service & School of the Air are based in this isolated central Australian town
    $600 13
King Wiliam's Queen Anne's & King George's were wars Colonists fought in against this country
    DD: $800 5
The P.M.'s office offers a name to the sovereign, who then appoints the writer to this post
    $600 10
In "Vertigo", Kim Novak throws herself into the bay beside this famed bridge
    $600 18
His sculptures of famous writers included Shaw, Balzac & 2 nudes of Victor Hugo
    DD: $700 14
Just 10 years after its incorporation, this city had more people than 80-year-old NYC
    $800 6
Most famous work of Edward Gibbon, who became Commissioner of Trade & Plantations
    $800 24
#2 chain in sales, they've hired style expert Martha Stewart to spruce up their image
    $800 11
In this 1932 Oscar-winner, there was room in the inn for a Beery & 2 Barrymores
    $800 19
Partial blindness compelled him to stop painting ballerinas circa 1898
    $800 23
Her "Autobiography", published in 1933, was actually written by a close friend
    $1000 7
Among this 19th-century writer's poems are "Pippa Passes" & "The Pied Piper of Hamelin"
    $1000 22
In mid-1987, this store started a ₤200 million restoration of its Knightsbridge facility
    $1000 12
Tho this man wrote the novel, R. Chandler & B. Wilder wrote the screenplay for "Double Indemnity"
    $1000 15
South American sculptress who topped her big boxlike figures with her own face
    $1000 21
The fictional Alice Rutherford married John Clayton & bore this child

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leah Debbie Eytan
$8,400 $3,900 $5,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 longest rivers found in Idaho, both named for animals which begin with "S"

Final scores:

Leah Debbie Eytan
$11,201 $0 $5,399
4-day champion: $42,801 3rd place: Armstrong Anything Goes carpeting 2nd place: Admiral "Refrigerator à la mode" with "party ice" + Multi-Pure drinking water system with solid carbon block filter

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Leah Debbie Eytan
$8,500 $3,900 $7,100
23 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
8 R,
1 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $19,500

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Game tape date: 1987-09-28
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