Show #782 - Tuesday, January 19, 1988


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Jenny Church, a supervisor originally from Pensacola, Florida

Paul Tidwell, a tutor from Mission Hills, California

Jonathan Santore, a composer and graduate student originally from Greeneville, Tennessee (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
Founding father who was called "Father of the Declaration of Independence"
    $100 6
This city's annual marathon was 1st run back in 1897
    $100 16
A book, "Follies & Foibles", says these coats, a college fad in the '20s, were cut up in the '50s for a hat fad
    $100 26
The sequel to this film about game wardens in Kenya was called "Living Free"
    $100 11
His father fought against Napoleon in 1812, which he wrote about in "War and Peace"
    $100 1
The 1st line of "America the Beautiful"
    $200 20
This famous frontiersman was a colonel in the Virginia militia
    $200 7
He was world heavyweight champ from 1937-49, longer than anyone else
    $200 17
These 19th century skirt expanders were made of horsehair, "crino", & flaxcloth, "lino"
    $200 25
In film of Agatha Christie's book, Angela Lansbury & Mia Farrow both found "Death on" this river
    $200 12
In 1936, W.H. Auden married Thomas Mann's daughter so she could escape this country
    $200 2
Subtitle of "This is All I Ask", they were asked to "walk a little slower when you walk by me"
    $300 21
Born in Connecticut, Nathan Hale was a graduate of this Ivy League university
    $300 8
In soccer, only a goalie can touch the ball with his hands; in team handball, only a goalie can do this to the ball
    $300 18
1978 movie that revived the college party fad for toga fashions
    $300 24
A TV movie with Charles Bronson dramatized the 1976 Israeli commando "Raid on" this Uganda airport
    $300 13
He exhibited his watercolors internationally but was more famous for "Tropic of Cancer"
    $300 3
This '75 song was Joe Cocker's last solo single to make the charts
    DD: $800 22
This was once moved from Philadelphia & hidden in Allentown's Zion Reformed Church
    $400 9
Jackie Robinson broke baseball's color line; Earl Lloyd was the 1st black to play in this pro league
    $400 27
It was this sporting fad of the 1890s that brought back the 1850s fashion of bloomers for women
    $400 14
Legend says this "Decameron" author was in love with the illegitimate daughter of the King of Naples
    $400 4
In this song Ray Stevens says "We shouldn't care about the length of his hair or the color of his skin"
    $500 23
Cousin to our 2nd President, this rebel leader was Massachusetts governor from 1793-1797
    $500 10
Named for the Georgia mountain where his father was wounded in the Civil War, he was baseball's 1st commissioner
    $500 28
In the 1984 film "Sahara", this teen star dressed up as a man to race across the desert
    $500 15
"Little Prince" author who disappeared while flying a WWII reconnaissance mission & was never found
    $500 5
Charlie Rich came out from behind closed door with this, his only #1 pop hit

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

Jonathan Paul Jenny
$2,000 $500 -$300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Paul Jenny
$2,400 $900 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Augustus Caesar renamed this Middle Eastern capital Julia Augusta Felix Berytus
    $200 15
In 1928, he was elected governor by the greatest margin in Louisiana history
    $200 1
1 of the only 2 poisonous lizards in the U.S., both found in the Southwest
    $200 7
The ancient pagan symbol of eternity & divinity & NBC
    $200 12
In 1967 folk singers Peter, Paul & Mary intoned "I Dig..." this
    $400 2
Capital of French Guiana which gave its name to a red pepper made from capsicum plants
    $400 16
Though pardoned after the War of 1812, he returned to piracy & disappeared about 1821
    $400 8
The # of points on a Mogen David
    $400 14
This 1980 film starred Bruce Jenner, Valerie Perrine, & the Village People
    $600 3
While Bonn is the capital of West Germany, this is the capital of East Germany
    $600 17
Louisianians descended from original French or Spanish settlers are known by this term
    $600 24
Alfred Eisenstaedt is especially renowned for the photos he's taken since 1936 for this magainze
    $600 9
Simon, son of Jonah, was renamed Petrus, this symbol upon which God would build his church
    DD: $800 4
Riga, Vilnius & Tallinn are capitals of these 3 Soviet lands, which U.S. considers separate nations
    $800 18
As a brigadier general, Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard gave the order that began this
    $800 22
Later a director of the Sierra Club, he took his 1st picture of the Sierras with a box Brownie in 1916
    $800 20
The eggs of this extinct species, the world's heaviest bird, are the largest single cells known to science
    DD: $800 10
Name of this Oriental mandala figure:
    $800 13
Bob Parissi was the "white boy" who wrote this #1 hit for his group, Wild Cherry
    $1000 5
Pres. Alfonsin has proposed moving this country's capital 475 mi. SW, to Patagonia
    $1000 19
In or out of jail, he gave us folk songs like "Good Night Irene", "Rock Island Line" & "Midnight Special"
    $1000 23
Samuel F.B. Morse was among those who 1st informed America of this Frenchman's photographic "types"
    $1000 21
Wolves in packs prey largely on ungulates, meaning animals having these
    $1000 11
A bird leaving its cage has long symbolized the positive Christian attitude toward this sad event
    $1000 25
According to the title of this 1974 song, when Kiki Dee carries a tune, she really carries a tune

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Paul Jenny
$9,200 $5,300 $300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of only 3 westerns to achieve the #1 rating for a season

Final scores:

Jonathan Paul Jenny
$7,799 $10,600 $100
2nd place: Hotpoint cooking center & 12-piece Super Bra stainless steel cookware + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version New champion: $10,600 3rd place: Maxima AM/FM stereo system + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jonathan Paul Jenny
$9,200 $6,100 $300
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
19 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
3 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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Game tape date: 1987-09-29
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