Show #864 - Thursday, May 12, 1988

1988 Senior Tournament quarterfinal game 4.


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Don Maynard, a director of regulatory affairs from Cary, North Carolina

Ed Cohen, a synagogue administrator from Daly City, California

Ross Cameron, a student from Vallejo, California

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1880s
    $100 8
Milk shake lovers probably know that Wm. Horlick introduced this flavorful additive in the 1880s
    $100 23
A weapon for battling gladiators, today one divides battling tennis players
    $100 5
Of sweet, bittersweet, or milk chocolate, the 1 that accounts for about 90% of sales in the U.S.
    $100 9
The decimal numbering system uses this number as its base
    $100 3
Donna Belle Mullenger, who had "a wonderful life"
    $200 18
It wasn't until this Apache chief surrendered in 1886 that wagon trails could pass safely thru Ariz.
    $200 1
An AA gun is a weapon designed as anti- this
    $200 6
As far as we know, this was the 1st European country to enjoy the taste of chocolate
    $200 10
This discharge can be produced in snowstorms, sandstorms & volcanic clouds as well as thunderstorms
    $200 22
This city boasts a Byzantine museum & an Acropolis museum
    $200 4
One biographer said she was named for Norma Talmadge & Jean Harlow
    $300 24
John W. Powell co-founded this society which said we "will not be confined to professional geographers"
    $300 2
The oldest of all explosives, its formula appears in a 13th century book by Roger Bacon
    $300 27
This country is the largest producer of cacao beans in the Western Hemisphere
    $300 14
If you degauss something, you neutralize this type of field
    $300 21
It houses the richest & most complete collection of Spanish paintings in the world
    $300 7
Monetta Eloyse Darnell, who starred in "Forever Amber"
    $400 25
He devised the vaccine to prevent hydrophobia
    $400 13
It's the thrown weapon most identified with the Gauchos
    $400 28
Largest prestige boxed-candy company in U.S., the bow colors on the boxes indicate type of candy inside
    $400 16
In units of force, "N", named after a noted English scientist, stands for this
    $400 20
Uffizi Gallery in this city has world's finest collection of Italian Renaissance paintings
    $400 11
Chinese-American actress of the '30s whose real name, Wong Liu Tsong, meant "frosted yellow willow"
    $500 26
The Mayerling tragedy of 1889 involved the suicide of this Cent. European country's crown prince
    DD: $800 15
Amendment to the Constitution pertaining to your right to bear arms
    $500 29
Chocolate & cocoa differ basically in the amount of this fatty substance they contain
    $500 17
One was erected on California's Mt. Hamilton in the 1880s with an endowment from James Lick
    $500 19
The married name of 18th century Frenchwoman Marie Grosholtz, it's still found on a London museum
    $500 12
Born Liliane-Marie-Madeleine Carre, Lili Damita was best known for marrying this swashbuckler

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

Ross Ed Don
$1,600 $1,600 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ross Ed Don
$4,300 $1,400 -$1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
King Midas once judged a music contest between Apollo on the lyre & this guy on the pipes
    $200 1
This Great Lake is the deepest, highest above sea level, & farthest north & west of all the Great Lakes
    $200 2
Virginia village in which Lee surrendered, ending the Civil War
    $200 15
Nat "King" Cole said it's what "They try to tell us"
    $200 18
1860 novel in which a brother & sister drown when the River Floss floods
    $200 10
Samuel Wilder
    $400 20
The 1st horse, Scyphius, was created by this Roman god of water; I guess that makes it a sea horse
    $400 4
In 1964, claiming U.S. ships had been attacked in this gulf, LBJ ok'd air raids against North Vietnam
    $400 25
Haile Selassie, Nehru & Krushchev have all slept in this official guesthouse of the president
    $400 7
In title of their 1956 hit, The 4 Lads were doing this while "watching all the girls go by"
    $400 17
His best-known novel, "Of Human Bondage", has been called a thinly-disguised autobiography
    $400 11
William Berkeley Enos, who was most famous for his choreography
    $600 21
Major goddess of the Babylonians, or Hoffman/Beatty film that met with minor success
    $600 5
Named by Captain Cook for the many plants along the shore, Botany Bay is on this continent
    $600 26
It's where Jesus said there "are many mansions"
    $600 16
In 1957, he spent time with "Diana", but in '59, he was a "Lonely Boy"
    $600 3
Little boys once wore little velvet suits inspired by this Frances Hodgson Burnett book
    $600 12
Epic director whose famous middle initial stood for "Blount", not Bible
    $800 22
6 virgins attended to the sacred flame of this Roman goddess
    DD: $2,000 6
The Atlantic & Pacific Oceans each touch this number of inhabited continents
    $800 27
Kay Starr's 1952 smash that that could be the theme for a current game show smash
    $800 8
"The Swiss Family Robinson" was written in this language
    $800 13
Born Elaine Berlin, she directed her own daughter Jeannie Berlin in "The Heartbreak Kid"
    $1000 23
Edith Hamilton says he wasn't too intelligent, but he was smarter than Atlas, whom he tricked
    $1000 24
2 of the 3 largest islands which along with Italy, border the Tyrrhenian Sea
    $1000 29
U.S. religious sect known for its traveling bearded baseball team, or a royal family of Ancient Israel
    DD: $4,000 28
Doris Day's conclusion about men that's the title of this 1952 No. 1 Hit:
    $1000 9
"Master"ful adventure novel which climaxes in upstate N.Y., where R.L. Stevenson began writing it
    $1000 14
Sean Aloysius O'Fearna directed "How Green Was My Valley" under this name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ross Ed Don
$6,100 $4,400 $900

Final Jeopardy! Round

He was last president to have a Secretary of War & 1st to have a Secretary of Defense

Final scores:

Ross Ed Don
$8,801 $8,800 $0
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ross Ed Don
$8,600 $4,400 $900
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
5 W
8 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $13,900

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Game tape date: 1988-03-01
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