Show #888 - Wednesday, June 15, 1988

Stephen Lebowitz game 4.


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Jimmie Bucci, a temporary service manager originally from North Tarrytown, New York

Wayne Owens, a performer from Kansas City, Missouri

Stephen Lebowitz, a physician from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $50,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

'60s SONGS
    $100 2
"Cherish" is the word that gave this group their 1st #1 hit
    $100 1
Most wounds to captive snakes are caused by these feed animals attacking the snake first
    $100 7
Even if you're not employed by a company, hotels may give you a discount if you ask for this rate
    $200 23
"La Brea" is Spanish for this substance that wells up from the earth
    $200 3
The Troggs told this title character, "you make my heart sing"
    $200 16
Large dogs are especially vulnerable to dysplasia, dislocation of this
    $200 8
Tourists in the tropics beware: dark clothing--& maybe talking too much --can attract these malaria carriers
    $200 14
A "hood", it came to mean a married woman who protects a young woman as a hood shields the face
    $300 22
It's the common name for the wave action between the shore & the outermost breakers
    $300 4
British music hall song written in 1911 & revived in 1965 by Herman's Hermits
    $300 17
Psittacosis, better known as fever of this bird, has been all but eliminated from caged birds
    $300 9
The Sav-A-Life warning device produces ultrasonic noises to keep these away from your car
    $300 12
Originally a French adjective meaning gluttonous, it's a person who loves to eat a lot of food
    DD: $1,000 20
1 of 2 elements that combine to create quartz
    $400 25
Baseball's "Iron Mike", every Major League team has at least 1
    $400 5
Tiffany topped the charts in 1987 with this 20 year old Tommy James tune
    $400 18
Zoonosis is the term for a disease transmitted from these to these
    $400 10
It's the closest major airport to Manhattan
    $400 13
Literally a "black beast", this phrase has come to symbolize something especially disliked
    $500 21
One theory says that about 200 million years ago these made up a formation called Pangaea
    $500 24
In 1944, he led the American League in batting while at the same time managing the Cleveland Indians
    $500 6
Dean Martin's 1st #1 hit in the '60s was "Everybody Loves Somebody" & this was Connie Francis'
    $500 19
Many early veterinarians were "farriers", those who dealt with this aspect of horse care
    $500 11
Fodor says visitors should spend 2 full days at the Buddhist caves near Aurangabad in this country
    $500 15
Meaning "twice cooked", these bread cakes were cooked a second time to keep them from spoiling at sea

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Stephen Wayne Jimmie
-$700 $1,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Wayne Jimmie
$800 $600 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
It became a territory in 1900 & became a state 59 years later
    $200 19
For a diver, the opposite of compulsory; for a car dealer, the opposite of standard
    $200 10
Ponder a while & you'll think of this last name which followed, Henry David
    $200 6
The bridge called the Sunshine Skyway is, not surprisingly, in this state
    $200 1
Well I'll be doggone if it wasn't the "Best Children's" program of 1954 & 1955
    $400 4
In 1890, this senator from Ohio introduced the famous anti-trust bill
    $400 20
Area of the body that's also an antonym of forth
    $400 11
Controversial English author whose 1st & middle names were David Herbert
    $400 5
In 1504, Juana "La Loca", or "The Mad", succeeded this queen, her mother, as Spain's female regent
    $400 2
In 1953, this religious figure won as "Most Outstanding Personality"
    DD: $2,000 21
Foreigner's 1978 hit, "Hot Blooded", is an antonym of sorts of this 1977 hit of theirs:

"You never take advice..."
    $600 12
Last name of the short story writer whose given names were Ringgold Wilmer
    DD: $1,500 7
British monarch with the longest reign in the 20th century
    $600 16
Lucky Strike picked up an award for this in 1950, the only year it was given
    $800 23
On January 25, 1946, the AFL voted to readmit this union led by John L. Lewis
    $800 22
The adjective & verb antonyms of empty, they differ only by the vowel
    $800 13
Last name of the Welshman whose middle name was Marlais
    $800 8
Town in the south of France that lent its name to the ruling house of the Netherlands
    $800 15
The Best Dramatic Series of 1954 was an hour sponsored by this American metal manufacturer
    $1000 18
Describing fish features, it's the opposite of pelvic
    $1000 14
His 1st 4 names were Henry-Rene-Albert-Guy; his mother insisted on restoring the "de"
    $1000 9
Sir Mudo Hassanal Bolkiah rules this sultanate on the northwest coast of Borneo
    $1000 17
This "Playhouse 90" production written by Rod Serling was 1956's "Best Single Program of the Year"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Wayne Jimmie
$6,100 $1,200 $6,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In Chapter 1, Verse 1, authorship of the book of Proverbs is attributed to this man

Final scores:

Stephen Wayne Jimmie
$100 $1 $100
4-day co-champion: $50,900 2nd place: Little Lake outdoor table & chairs + Helix double cassette recorder New co-champion: $100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stephen Wayne Jimmie
$5,200 $2,200 $4,600
17 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
8 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $12,000

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Game tape date: 1988-03-14
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