Show #913 - Wednesday, July 20, 1988

Bruce Naegeli game 5.


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Christine Dibble, an attorney from Washington, D.C.

Bryce Maritano, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Bruce Naegeli, a librarian from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 4-day cash winnings total $37,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1940s
(Alex: That was a great decade!)
(Alex: And these famous pairs are not necessarily people. Remember that!)
    $100 1
$90 down & $58 a month for 25 years bought one of these in Levittown
    $100 14
Name under which John Anthony Burgess wrote "A Clockwork Orange"
    $100 2
At 5' 3", Tyrone "Muggsy" Bogues is this pro league's shortest player ever
    $100 5
Facts on File says the 1st of these were probably bone splinters & sharp sticks; screwdrivers came later
    $100 21
In the film "Our Wife", cross-eyed Ben Turpin married Oliver Hardy to this co-star
    $100 30
A very slow way of typing
    DD: $300 10
Musical which opened on Broadway April 7, 1949 & gave us the following song:

"Some enchanted evening...."
    $200 15
Ford Hermann Hueffer used this pen name, perhaps because his grandfather was the artist Ford Madox Brown
    $200 3
In December 1987, Ron Hextall became the 1st NHL goalie ever to do this all by himself
    $200 6
Evolutionist Ernst Haeckel coined the term Pithecanthropus for the missing link between these
    $200 22
An Elvis impersonator officiated when this "Divine Miss M" became divine Mrs. von Haselberg
    $200 27
The manner of a crisp, neat army officer, or what a private used to shine his boots
    $300 11
From mid 1948-late 1949, an average of 4,000 tons of provisions a day were being flown into this city
    $300 16
He dropped the "E" from his last name in 1786, when he published his 1st book of Scottish poetry
    $300 4
To reach this governing body, write to the Chateau de Vidy, CH-1007, Lausanne, Switzerland
    $300 7
A new find shows man may have reached these continents 30,000 years ago, 20,000 earlier than thought before
    $300 23
Wedding member whose original task was to provide backup muscle while the groom kidnapped the bride
    $300 26
To kiss & murmur lovingly like the pigeons do
    $400 12
In June 1948, Stalin broke diplomatic ties with this European Communist country
    $400 17
British sisters who published a book of poems under the names Currer, Ellis & Acton Bell
    $400 29
In 1978 he became the last person Muhammad Ali beat to win the WBA heavyweight championship
    $400 8
Remains of the Cro-Magnon Man were discovered in 1868 in the Cromagnon cave in this country
    $400 24
This book of the Old Testament may be a collection of folk songs originally sung at weddings
    $400 20
With its March 1988 issue, this magazine's title was shortened to "HG"
    $500 13
They were discovered in 1947 by a Bedouin boy looking for a missing goat
    $500 18
Sometimes this Maine poetess wrote under the name Nancy Boyd, 2 words shorter than her real name
    $500 28
The Chiefs were the 1st in 1967, followed by the Raiders in '68, then the Colts, then the Vikings
    $500 9
The Australopithecus afarensis skeleton found in 1974 in eastern Africa was "Desi"gnated this
    $500 25
Mozart opera in which Marcellina plots to marry the title character until she finds out he's her son
    $500 19
It's a tap dance with vigorous hopping, leg flinging & heel clicking

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

Bruce Bryce Christine
$2,100 $700 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Bryce Christine
$4,600 $1,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
What Italians call Piazza San Pietro, Americans call this, with the Pope's blessing
    $200 8
1 of 2 cabinet members Ford inherited from Nixon & kept for his entire administration
    $200 13
Matinee idol Edwin Booth temporarily retired from the stage after his brother did this
    $200 27
The ballet "Who Cares?" features songs by this composer, including "The Man I Love" & "I Got Rhythm"
    $200 26
A tiger with a hunger for humanity
    $400 4
According to an old Dutch saying, "God created the world, but the Dutch" did this
    $400 9
This cabinet department is responsible for establishing weights & measures
    $400 14
Drew Barrymore's grandfather
    $400 2
Anges de Mille's 1942 ballet about a ranch full of rip-roarin' raucous ropers & wranglers
    $400 22
    $600 5
Established in 930 A.D. by Norse chieftains, the Althing in Iceland is the oldest of these in the world
    DD: $2,000 10
The 2 presidents whose cabinet members were subjects of D. Halberstam's "The Best & the Brightest"
    $600 15
This queen of the French stage gave birth to the illegitimate son of a prince in 1864
    $600 18
This ballet boasts giant rats, a lilac fairy & the dreaded spindle
    DD: $3,400 28
Emma Lazarus' most famous sonnet is inscribed on a plaque here
    $600 1
An organ keyboard, or a handbook on how to play it
    $800 6
Moravia, Freud's birthplace, is now part of this country
    $800 11
2 of 4 presidents, 2 Republicans & 2 Democrats, in whose cabinets Henry L. Stimson served
    $800 16
This sex symbol was Astaire's partner in 2 films, "You Were Never Lovelier" & "You'll Never Get Rich"
    $800 19
Traditionally, 1 ballerina plays both Odette & Odile in this ballet
    $800 24
In 1986, she became the 1st black woman to win the world figure skating championship
    $800 20
From the Latin "to chew", it's used to chew
    $1000 7
This country, not France, is the biggest European exporter of apparel to the U.S.
    $1000 12
He was Nixon & Ford's defense secretary & Carter's energy secretary
    $1000 17
Noel Coward wrote the play "Design for Living" for this married couple, who co-starred in it with him
    $1000 25
The 1st performance of this Stravinsky ballet about human sacrifice caused a near riot in Paris
    $1000 23
Subject of the book "Woman in the Mists", she was the murdered author of "Gorillas in the Mist"
    $1000 21
Formal emancipation from slavery

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Bryce Christine
$16,800 -$600 $3,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 states that begin with "M" whose capitals begin with "J"

Final scores:

Bruce Bryce Christine
$26,600 -$600 $0
5-day champion: $64,200 3rd place: Pinseeker golf clubs 2nd place: Magnavox Video Escort camcorder + Helix double-cassette auto-reverse recorder

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bruce Bryce Christine
$12,500 -$600 $3,400
29 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
6 R,
5 W
14 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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Game tape date: 1988-03-29
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