Show #886 - Monday, June 13, 1988

Stephen Lebowitz game 2.


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John Chivers, a systems analyst from Fremont, California

Tom Straczynski, a teacher from Bayside, New York

Stephen Lebowitz, a physician from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These are people from Washington state, not D.C.)
(Alex: You give us the show that this took place on.)
    $100 22
The blonde who's played the title role in "Hello, Dolly" over 3000 times
    $100 24
Ducking & bobbing for apples are games most associated with this holiday
    $100 11
"Chicks & ducks & geese better" do this "when I take you out in the surrey"
    $100 2
Bruce Catton is best known for writing books about this event
    $100 5
"Kirk, assigned to protect a grain shipment, finds that he has trouble with 'Tribbles'"
    $100 1
The crookneck or the zucchini, for example
    $200 23
Born Abdullah Jaffa Bey Khan, since age 11 he wanted to have his own ballet company
    $200 25
To get pink applesauce, you should include this part when cooking the apples
    $200 3
"Oh, no! Not in springtime! Summer, winter or fall! No, never could I" do this "at all!"
    $200 4
Her 1st novel was "Little House in the Big Woods"
    $200 6
"A way-out hair style creates problems for Harriet"
    $200 7
A heels-over-head body roll
    $300 17
Though called "The Old Groaner", he titled his autobiography "Call Me Lucky"
    $300 28
In early America, most apples were used to make this
    $300 19
It's when you should "rise & look around you & you'll see who you are"
    $300 15
Ex-wife who coyly called her scandalous 1988 autobiography "The Prize Pulitzer"
    $300 12
"Doc falls for a seasick stowaway (Charo)"
    $300 8
While it sounds like corporate shares traded in July, it's actually Strawhat Theater
    DD: $500 26
Since his death in 1970, some 100 albums of this guitarist's work have been released:
    $400 20
"It's delicious, it's delectable, it's delirious, it's dilemma, it's delimit, it's deluxe, it's" this
    $400 16
"The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone" was 1 of only 2 novels written by this playwright
    $400 13
"Lionel tries to bring peace between his fiancee's grandfathers: 1 black, 1 white & both prejudiced"
    $400 9
Seals & Crofts had this hit in the fall of 1972
    $500 27
Rose Hovick, a.k.a. Gypsy Rose Lee, was the older sister of this actress
    $500 21
In "A Chorus Line", Cassie sings "All I ever needed was the music &" this
    $500 18
The Oklahoma Land Rush of 1889 was the setting for her 1930 novel "Cimarron"
    $500 14
"Jennifer becomes a jewel thief after being hypnotized by an unorthodox beautician"
    $500 10
1972 book by Roger Kahn about the Brooklyn Dodgers of the early 1950s

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Stephen Tom John
$1,500 $300 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Tom John
$2,400 $800 $4,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
This city was supposedly named for a mythical creature, the liver bird
    $200 10
This delicate, thin paper used by Asian artists comes from a tree of the same name, not a grain
    $200 11
He was called "Ringlets" by his men & "Yellow Hair" by the Indians
    $200 25
This French co. is world's #1 maker of disposable razors, cigarette lighters & ballpoint pens
    $200 16
The crow, the cobra & the locust, among others
    $200 20
The acorn or the hubbard, for example
    $400 3
The church where Shakespeare is buried overlooks this river
    $400 9
Jon Gnagy was one of the 1st to use this medium to teach large numbers of people how to draw
    $400 12
"Cap the Knife", or more recently, "Cap the Knight"
    DD: $2,500 26
Samsung is this country's largest company
    $400 17
One form that requires less concentration than Hindu yoga is "TM", which means this
    $400 21
Oil of this plant, whose leaves keep their color all year, flavors some candies & chewing gum
    $600 4
This great-grandmother is an expert at fly-fishing, pool, playing the bongos, & opening hospitals
    DD: $2,000 6
Thomas Cole lived in Catskill, N.Y. & was a founder of the school of art named for this body of water
    $600 13
"The Scourge of God"
    $600 28
Imperial margarine, All, Wisk & Surf are marketed by this U.S. subsidiary of Anglo-Dutch Unilever
    $600 18
From Sanskrit for "venerable", he's a yogi's spiritual guide
    $600 22
The Bolsheviks took power & captured top gov't officials when they seized this Petrograd building
    $800 1
Legend says King Lear's father & his swine rolled in the mud in this city's ancient Roman spa
    $800 7
Famed French Fauve artist noted for his colors, or the dog in "Down & Out in Beverly Hills"
    $800 14
"The Lady with the Hatchet", & we don't mean Lizzie Borden
    $800 29
NTT, called the world's most valuable company, is this country's phone company
    $800 19
Yogis practice pranayama, a controlled way of doing this
    $800 23
Once musical director for RCA Victor, he had hits of his own with "Blue Tango" & "Canadian Sunset"
    $1000 5
Built by George IV, the royal pavilion at this seaside resort is an ornate Oriental palace
    $1000 8
A critic called this artist's "Olympia" "obviously naked rather than conventionally nude"
    $1000 15
"The Father of the Turks"
    $1000 30
World's #1 maker of light bulbs, this Dutch company's brands include Norelco, Philco & Magnavox
    $1000 27
Yogis do this primarily to bring the mind & senses under control, & to cleanse the body
    $1000 24
This play based on the Sacco-Vanzetti case is considered by some Maxwell Anderson's best

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Tom John
$8,900 $7,200 $5,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of the 2 presidents who were both widowed & remarried while in office

Final scores:

Stephen Tom John
$15,900 $2,800 $1
2-day champion: $32,600 2nd place: Broyhill home bedroom set & Waverly home bedding fashions 3rd place: KitchenAid electric range

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephen Tom John
$6,800 $5,800 $5,600
16 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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Game tape date: 1988-03-14
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