Show #851 - Monday, April 25, 1988


Ed Levin, an architect from Los Angeles, California

Blaze Newman, a teacher from Encinitas, California

Jeff Brown, a physician from Los Gatos, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
Though only 4 square miles in area, this island south of Elba really "counted" in a Dumas novel
    $100 4
Body part that was exaggerated in & became the trademark of Keane paintings
    $100 11
Letter paired with "1" for a phrase meaning "top drawer"
    $100 18
It's 42 gallons of oil, but only about 31 gallons of wine
    $100 17
"Have you driven" one of these "lately?"
    $200 9
This region above the Arctic Circle covers parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland & the USSR
    $200 5
With over 153,629 saleable paintings as of May '86, Morris Katz of NYC holds this Guinness distinction
    $200 12
ASCAP, the music organization, contains the same letters as this animal rights organization
    $200 19
Of more, less, or the same as at sea level, what a 100 lb. sack of cement would weigh atop a 25,000 ft. peak
    $200 16
With this perfume, you can "Share the fantasy"
    $300 3
Though in the Caribbean, Aruba, Curacao & St. Eustatus are part of this European kingdom
    $300 6
Both Renoir & Cezanne are famous for series of nudes involved in this ablutionary activity
    $300 22
To access this company's long distance lines, dial 10, then spell out the company's name by dialing 299
    DD: $200 20
Title of the following, it's metric equivalent is 41.8, not 40, kilometers:

"Santa Catalina is a-waitin' for me /
Santa Catalina, the island of romance /
Romance, romance, romance /
Water all around it everywhere..."
    $300 13
It's "The antidote for civilization"
    $400 2
The principal city of southern India, it has given its name to a colorful cloth produced there
    $400 7
It was Donatello's, not Michelangelo's, which was the 1st monumental nude statue since the Roman empire
    $400 23
Letters lost in the common spelling "catalog" & "travelog"
    $400 21
A troy pound consists of this many ounces of 480 grains each
    $400 15
These shoes, "Because life is not a spectator sport..."
    $500 1
Consisting of at least 400 islands, the Sulu Archipelago is part of this island country
    $500 8
It's said his elongated figures & pathos reflect the grimness of the Spanish Inquisition
    $500 14
"Sweet dreams you can't resist" are spelled this way

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Jeff Blaze Ed
$200 $300 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Blaze Ed
$300 $400 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
Fighting in this war continued for a year after General Cornwallis surrendered
    $200 16
Garment whose name comes from Old Norse for "fold of a gathered skirt", kjalta
    $200 15
Nick Arnstein
    $200 5
It's what the long, thread-like structures called flagella are used for
    $400 19
DeWitt Clinton was, at the same time, lt. gov., a state senator & mayor of this state's largest city
    $400 17
From the Latin for "pig" & "spine", it's a big rodent with erectile bristles
    $400 11
Marian Paroo
    $400 4
Some cause disease; others aid chemical processes such as changing nitrites into nitrates
    $400 21
Highest price paid for an autograph of a living person was for a Reagan letter praising this crooner
    $400 23
To get to his castle near Hungary's Borgo Pass, take the 3 p.m. coach--& carry garlic or a silver cross
    $600 10
Monetary term for Pres. Taft's policy of encouraging U.S. capital investment in Latin America
    $600 25
This word is derived from Greek for "writing about harlots"
    $600 12
El Gallo
    DD: $1,500 3
Considered both plant & animal, the euglena is this color when living in the sunlight
    $600 18
The word auction comes from the Latin "augere" which means to do this
    $600 22
Mark Twain wrote a story about "The Man That Corrupted" this incorruptible city
    $800 9
In the 1839 Aroostook War, this New England state called out the militia to fight England
    DD: $1,000 24
This generic word for a class of toys is just an old nickname for "Dorothy"
    $800 13
Emile de Becque
    $800 2
This class of single cell fungus multiplies asexually by budding
    $800 7
Founded in 1766, this world's oldest auction house is 2nd only to Sotheby's in dollar sales
    $800 27
Concordia, smallest country in Europe, is the setting for his play "Romanoff & Juliet"
    $1000 8
On his deathbed in 1850, this senator reportedly said, "The South! God knows what will become of her."
    $1000 26
A magical little sprite, from the name given to the goddesses of fate, Fata
    $1000 14
Edvard Grieg
    $1000 1
Meaning "false foot", an amoeba uses one or more to encircle & ingest food
    $1000 6
Guinness says greatest corporate auction was this Co's purchase of Hughes Aircraft for $5 billion

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Blaze Ed
$6,200 $5,000 $1,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The latest date on which Thanksgiving Day can occur in the U.S.

Final scores:

Jeff Blaze Ed
$1,200 $3,400 $0
2nd place: 6-piece Broyhill bedroom set & Emerson 20" stereo color television New champion: $3,400 3rd place: In-Sink-Erator dishwasher

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeff Blaze Ed
$6,300 $5,200 $1,700
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,200

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Game tape date: 1988-01-19
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