Show #862 - Tuesday, May 10, 1988

1988 Senior Tournament quarterfinal game 2.


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Joan Smith, a gift shop owner from Eufaula, Oklahoma

Peggy Kennedy, a forensic toxicologist from Menands, New York

Charmion Burns, a student from Manhattan Beach, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The only garden flower listed under "E" in the World Book is this holiday flower
    $100 25
Its cost, £60 14s 5d, was paid by this commonwealth
    $100 20
A woman known as "Passion Flower" fainted on the stand during this star's 1987 divorce trial
    $100 6
Not surprisingly, this pink bird's name comes from Spanish for "flaming"
    $100 11
It's said Napoleon liked dolls, but by age 7 was more attached to these toy figures
    $200 2
To avoid freezing, experts recommend watering your flowers during this part of a winter day
    DD: $900 26
Composer of the following which he named after the bell:
    $200 21
In 1987, she was reportedly dismissed from Brown University, but Rosalynn said she left voluntarily
    $200 19
Wherever the Ajax White Knight pointed his lance, this would disappear
    $200 7
This word for a heathen comes from the Latin "pagi", who were just country folk
    $200 12
Hopi Indians use these dolls in ceremonies asking the spirits of the dead to bring a good harvest
    $300 3
The jimsonweed, a poisonous weed of N. America, derives its name from this Early American settlement
    $300 27
The source of its inscription, "Proclaiming liberty throughout all the land..."
    $300 22
This newswoman made the news herself by marrying Merv Adelson on May 10, 1986
    $300 18
He's been described as "jolly" & is said to have his own valley
    $300 8
The word for this fish is probably from the German "schurke", meaning rascal
    $300 13
Dating back to Ancient Egypt, dolls stuffed with this reed have been found along the Nile
    $400 4
Though botanical garden is used as a synonym, a true arboretum limits its collection to these plants
    $400 23
Mr. Blackwell put this star of "A Different World" at the top of his 1987 worst-dressed list
    $400 17
While purporting to give good taste, this cigarette gave us bad grammar
    $400 9
Word classifying the Milky Way, from the Greek word for milky
    $400 14
Kewpie dolls were known for a golden topknot & a tiny blue pair of these on the shoulders
    $500 5
It's this substance, trapped in the dying leaves of maples, that turns them those fiery colors
    $500 24
Controversial Russian who now lives in Wisconsin under the name Lana Peters
    $500 16
Their jingle told us, "Relief is just a swallow away"
    $500 10
From the Latin "proponere" come these 2 words, one an honorable offer, one an indecent suggestion
    $500 15
"Million Dollar Baby" was the nickname of this '20s doll whose hyphenated name began with "Bye"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Charmion Peggy Joan
$2,400 $800 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charmion Peggy Joan
$2,700 $2,000 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Hugo's "Hunchback"
    $200 19
Of Eastern Bloc, Western Bloc, or nonaligned, the group to which most U.N. members belong
    $200 6
Tut is short for this
    $200 28
South Carolina has 2 of these: "Prepared in Mind & Resources" & "While I Breathe, I Hope"
    $200 17
She played Gypsy Rose Lee in "Gypsy"
    $200 9
The noise Otto makes with his horn
    $400 2
Fielding's "foundling"
    $400 20
Founded in 1961, this organization campaigns for the release of all non-violent prisoners of conscience
    $400 7
Of the 14th, 8th or 4th century B.C., when King Tut lived
    $400 18
This platinum blonde bombshell used a singing & dancing double in the 1935 musical "Reckless"
    $400 12
Kay rode one of these beasts in Tibet
    $600 3
Hiawatha's honey
    $600 21
This int'l police organization includes not only 3 Eastern Bloc countries but also Laos & Cuba
    $600 8
Tho it's argued whether Tut was hydrocephalic, this part of his mummy is abnormally enlarged
    $600 14
In a 1939 classic, these two visit Professor Marvel before going on an incredible journey
    $600 13
Selina thinks these landed on her lawn
    $800 4
Faustus' fair-faced fancy
    $800 22
Since it began in 1961, this, the WWF, has helped stop or delay extinction of some 30 animal species
    $800 10
When he died, at about the age of 20, he was buried in this valley
    $800 27
It's the major resort city on the popular stretch of beach known as the Grand Strand
    DD: $2,500 15
The 2 stars who played father & son in "This is the Army" before they became Calif. politicians
    $800 23
A dessert for Osbert
    $1000 5
Svengali's singer
    DD: $1,000 25
Jean Henri Dunant shared the 1st Nobel Peace Prize for founding this organization in 1864
    $1000 11
His tomb was discovered in 1922, by this English archaeologist
    $1000 26
This South Carolina-born g-man went north to trap John Dillinger
    $1000 16
She was the only star of the movie "Guys & Dolls" who had starred in it on Broadway
    $1000 24
Sterling is such a fan of Shirley Temple's that he wears his hair in these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charmion Peggy Joan
$8,600 $5,400 $8,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

In her 1st Olympics, she finished last but later won 3 consecutive gold medals in figure skating

Final scores:

Charmion Peggy Joan
$8,000 $10,800 $6,400
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Charmion Peggy Joan
$6,900 $6,400 $7,500
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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Game tape date: 1988-03-01
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