Show #841 - Monday, April 11, 1988


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John Peterson, a communications instructor from Stockton, California

Ken Krantz, a lieutenant commander originally from Davis, California

Bob Beers, an attorney from Fairfax, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $33,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
The 1st permanent European settlement in this state was Harrodstown, not Boonesborough
    $100 21
Field of art in which Henry Moore carved his niche
    $100 19
With nearly 30% dissolved minerals, this inland "sea" is the world's saltiest body of water
    $100 6
He belted the 1st home run ever hit in Yankee Stadium, April 18, 1923
    $100 5
1 of 2 flowers listed in the World Book under "N"
    $100 26
To keep these from cracking when you boil them, wrap them in aluminum foil
    $200 12
With a famous "march", WWI veterans demanded Congress pay these ahead of time
    $200 22
This artist put himself in his "At the Moulin Rouge"
    $200 20
Of Argentina, Venezuela, or Bolivia, the 1 thru which the Amazon system does not flow
    $200 7
Last name of brothers Jesus, Matty & Felipe who in 1963 made history as the entire S.F. Giants outfield
    $200 2
Nectar is generally secreted by glands in these showy parts of a flower
    $200 27
If you want your steak red on the inside but browned on the outside, cook when it's in this condition
    $300 13
1st president in American history to be defeated for re-election
    $300 23
In Rembrandt's "Saul & David", Saul is holding a spear, & David is playing one of these
    $300 9
Latin for "in the middle of the land", this sea is almost entirely surrounded by land
    $300 8
His 1987 Major League-leading .370 batting average was highest in the N.L. since 1948
    $300 1
Flower clusters found on birch trees, they sound like relatives of felines
    $400 14
On January 16, 1967, she took office as Alabama's 1st woman governor
    $400 24
This Russian-born artist did murals for the new Met & stained glass for a Jerusalem synagogue
    $400 10
It's the major strait connecting the Atlantic & Pacific Oceans
    $400 16
Andy Messersmith & Dave McNally, who in '76 became baseball's 1st free agents, both played this position
    DD: $500 3
Denzoloid, paraffinoid, & jasminoid are terms that have been used to describe this characteristic
    $500 15
He liked the idea that he was the 1st Irish-American U.S. ambassador to Britain
    $500 25
Pieter Bruegel's "Seven Virtues" was a sequel to this series of engravings
    $500 18
Over 4000 ft. deep, Messier, in Chile, is the world's deepest known of these narrow inlets
    $500 17
1 of 3 top ranked, or Triple A, U.S. minor leagues
    $500 4
The English names of many flowers end in "wort", which means this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Bob Ken John
$1,100 $0 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Ken John
$1,600 $2,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
A malocclusion occurs here; chew on that awhile
    $200 19
Incongruously, when William Holden starts narrating "Sunset Blvd.", his character is already this
    $200 7
He was king of England during the Industrial, the French & the American Revolutions
    $200 13
Lord Byron sent "Childe Harold" on this type of journey, but to the continent, not Canterbury
    $200 22
"O Canada" was originally written in this language
    $200 21
A pirate, especially of the 17th century
    $400 18
In filming the Hitchcock classic, these title creatures were thrown at Tippi Hedren for an entire week
    $400 9
Not since the 1760 funeral of George II has any English monarch been buried here
    $400 23
John Milton's widow sold all rights to this poetic masterpiece for only 8 pounds
    DD: $2,500 14
Country whose national anthem, the following, is from a melody by Austrian Franz Joseph Haydn:
    $400 20
He said, "I made the right choice" of his decision to use Vanessa Williams photos in July '84 Penthouse
    $600 15
Faye Dunaway called this movie star role "the one part I should not have done"
    $600 8
Since 1820, every English monarch has been buried on the grounds of this castle
    $600 26
Strictly speaking, the term "epic cycle" refers to poems about this war
    $600 6
In Australia, both "Advance Australia Fair" & this anthem are official
    $600 1
To dry out thoroughly, or to preserve foods by removing moisture
    $800 16
Native of Belfast, Northern Ireland who lost the big chariot race to Ben-Hur
    $800 10
Lord Mountbatten's familial relationship to Prince Philip
    $800 25
Name of the prince in Poe's "Masque of the Red Death" or Miranda's papa in "The Tempest"
    $800 4
The 2 countries whose anthems, both words & music, were written by Rabindranath Tagore
    DD: $2,200 2
This exotic country is the only one that fits the category
    $1000 27
The small area at the base of the brain that controls the pituitary gland
    $1000 17
She won her 1st of 2 consecutive Oscars for her role in "The Great Ziegfeld"
    $1000 11
This monarch accused Sir Walter Raleigh of treason had him put to death
    $1000 24
In one of his best-known poems, Richard Lovelace wrote "To" her "from Prison"
    $1000 5
"William Of Nassau" is the national anthem of this European country, not the Bahamas
    $1000 3
Italian for wild chicory, it's the name of a red, rather bitter lettuce often used in gourmet salads

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Ken John
$8,300 $4,000 $2,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The total number of times in a day the 2 hands of a clock pass the number 1

Final scores:

Bob Ken John
$8,599 $5,000 $0
3-day champion: $41,799 2nd place: Broyhill rolltop desk with swivel chair & Baldwin brass desk accessories 3rd place: ColorTyme 19" portable TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob Ken John
$4,700 $4,000 $2,200
19 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W
15 R,
2 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $10,900

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Game tape date: 1987-12-15
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