Show #814 - Thursday, March 3, 1988


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Janis Fanhert, an airline reservation sales representative originally from Sebring, Ohio

Mike Perez, a stockbroker from Albuquerque, New Mexico

Sandy Taylor, a marketing representative from Oakland, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 20
From Old English for "day's eye", this flower opens anew each morning & closes again at night
    $100 12
Right on the heels of Bobby Vinton's 1963 "Blue On Blue" came this hit about something blue
    $100 14
Used in acoustics, it's a 2-pronged metal instrument that emits a tone of fixed pitch when struck
    $100 1
"Arroser" in French, it's what chefs do to keep a turkey moist while baking it
    $100 3
His grave used to boast a stone raven, but you won't find it now; it's flown the coop
    $200 27
When you drop coins in the Musical Bogey Bank, it plays this theme from "Casablanca"
    $200 21
It can precede
or pea
    $200 13
A #1 hit, it was based on a true story of a man returning home from prison
    $200 15
From Latin for "twist", the term for a turning or twisting force
    $200 2
Type of wine used in "sauce bourguignonne"
    $200 4
The folks in Kennebunkport, Maine, celebrated Nat'l Dump Week with dump art made from this
    $300 8
1 of 2 animals which are, appropriately, playing pieces in the game of "Tigo"
    $300 23
In North America, these birds are the chief bird pollinators of flowers
    DD: $500 17
Color in title of this 1967 No. 1 hit for The Lemon Pipers:

"Drop your silver in my tambourine /
Help a poor man build..."
    $300 16
It's the term for the reflected radio wave signal received by a radar unit, unit, unit
    $300 9
Carre d'agneau is a loin of this type of meat
    $300 5
Appropriately, Grand Saline, Tex. sports the only house in America made entirely of blocks of this
    $400 22
Kenner makes Crinklers Shape Shooters especially for molding this modeling compound
    $400 24
The term "substance" refers to the amount of this contained within rose petals
    $400 18
This last #1 hit for 3 Dog Night was originally written in honor of Supreme Court desegregation ruling
    $400 26
An ammeter is used to measure this
    $400 10
What you'd buy in an American grocery store if a recipe calls for "fromage a la creme"
    $400 6
You'll find a statue of this "star" outside the Roy Rogers Museum & the star himself inside--stuffed
    $500 28
This giant 6' inflatable "King of the Monsters" doesn't come with a giant inflatable Raymond Burr
    $500 25
Cereus is a night-blooming variety of this plant
    $500 19
Brother & sister Nino Tempo & April Stevens hit #1 describing a night that was this color
    $500 29
Also called a "linac", it's an apparatus for accelerating ions to high energies
    $500 11
French for "froth", this smooth fluffy dessert is frequently flavored with chocolate
    $500 7
If you can't go to Cork, Ireland, pop over to Shamrock, Texas & kiss this sham rock

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

Sandy Mike Janis
$1,400 $1,100 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sandy Mike Janis
$1,200 $1,500 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
In 1957, a replica of this sailed from England & reached Plymouth, Mass.
    $200 6
Invisible rabbit who Elwood P. Dowd says is 6' 1/2" tall
    $200 5
Snails for snobs
    $200 11
On radio, he was "The Voice of Doom", but on TV, he was the papa of the Ponderosa
    $200 25
In WWII, ocean-racing yachts were pressed into service to patrol for these enemy vessels
    $200 26
It's "another man's poison"
    $400 17
Carver, Mass. is the world center for production of this fruit, so give thanks
    $400 7
Used to hoax Don Quixote, Clavileno was a horse made of this
    $400 4
It's one or the other
    $400 14
This beauty from Alberta is best known for her date with a beast atop the Empire State Building
    $400 24
In August 1987, Col. Gregorio (Gringo) Honasan led a rebel attack against this country's' government
    $400 27
"As a man" does this, "so shall he die"
    $600 18
A sea captain named this peninsula after making large catches of fish off it
    $600 8
The Mad Hatter tried to stuff this furry creature into the teapot
    $600 3
    $600 13
Quebec-born "Blackboard Jungle" star whose 1st name was originally spelled "Gwyllyn"
    $600 23
In the U.S. Navy, it's the class of enlisted rank just below a petty officer
    $600 28
It's "death's feast", & "there has never been a good" one
    $800 19
Logically, this is the state dog
    $800 9
Not entirely bare when found, Paddington Bear was wearing a tag & a large one of these
    DD: $500 2
The Gaelic name for this capital is Dunedin
    $800 12
This ex-ballet dancer from British Columbia has been Mrs. Craig Stevens since 1944
    $800 22
In 1957, 3 Coast Guard cutters sailed thru the NW Passage & helped establish this "DEW" line
    $800 29
According to Job, "There the wicked cease from troubling & there the weary be at rest"
    $1000 20
As governor, this future pres, won nat'l exposure in 1919 by dealing with a police strike
    $1000 10
Archy & Mehitabel were these 2 types of animals
    $1000 1
Lancelot's less famous lover, also known as Galahad's mother
    $1000 15
MGM billed this Montrealer as "The 1st Lady of the Screen", perhaps because she was married to Irving Thalberg
    DD: $2,300 21
One of only 2 locations at which Marines can go through boot camp
    $1000 30
In Greek mythology, he "waits for all," & you won't need your Dramamine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sandy Mike Janis
$5,700 $5,200 $5,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 or more governments' joint dominion over a territory, it's come to mean a form of home ownership

Final scores:

Sandy Mike Janis
$700 $0 $0
2-day champion: $10,100 3rd place: Whirlpool washer & dryer + Jeopardy! box game 2nd place: a trip on Eastern to Florida & stay at Sheraton Bal Harbour + Jeopardy! box game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sandy Mike Janis
$6,000 $3,900 $5,000
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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Game tape date: 1987-11-10
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