Show #806 - Monday, February 22, 1988


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David Huemer, a commodities trader from Hoboken, New Jersey

Lavergne Casey, a co-owner of a print shop from Scranton, Pennsylvania

Dan Dickinson, a househusband from Anchorage, Alaska

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In 1868, long before labor unions got it, the federal gov't gave employees a workday this long
    $100 3
Often referring to the teachings of Jesus, this word comes from Old English for good tale, "godspell"
    $100 8
Donny's "I'm a little bit rock & roll" was a response to this line by Marie
    $100 17
Regardless of body weight, women have about as much strength as men in these limbs
    $100 13
Mather Point, Bright Angel Pt. & Point Imperial are 3 areas from which to view this "big ditch"
    $100 19
"He don't know (if he can talk)--he never tried," said Doc of him
    $200 2
This city's boardwalk, the 1st in the U.S., was put up in 1870
    $200 4
From the French for "to begin", it's a young lady I making her formal entrance into society
    $200 12
In 1968, Billy Vera was a "City Man", & Judy Clay, not Grace Kelly, was this
    $200 14
When light shines thru its waters, this famous Italian sea cave fills with sapphire-colored light
    $200 20
After each cel of Snow White was painted, this "finishing touch" was added to her face
    $300 9
As president-elect, he went to Korea in 1952
    $300 5
The mitral valve in the heart was named for its resemblance to this headgear
    $300 22
In the patriotic song, this title line precedes "Land of my birth", "grandest on earth"
    $300 15
1 of 2 national parks in Utah with Canyon in its name
    $300 21
Song that begins "We dig dig dig dig dig dig dig in our mine the whole day through"
    $400 10
The treaty to end the Revolutionary War was signed by the U.S. & Great Britain in this city
    $400 6
One source says "madanah", the Sanskrit word for this wordy Asian bird, means "lust"
    $400 23
In 1973, Dottie West sang that she "was raised" this way
    $400 16
A narrow canyon with almost perpendicular walls is called this, like the Royal in Colorado
    $500 11
In January 1975, Robert C. Mardian was convicted of obstructing this investigation
    $500 7
An appetizer topped with a spread, from medieval Latin for a mosquito net that can top your bed
    DD: $500 24
Title of the following Glen Campbell song:

"You get a house in the hills / You're payin' everyone's bills / And they tell you that you're gonna go far / But in the back of my mind / I hear it time after time / Is that who you really are?"
    $500 18
Near Granada, Spain, some 3000 of these live in caves in which they've built churches, schools & stores

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Dan Lavergne David
$300 $1,000 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Lavergne David
$200 $900 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
"Salieri!.... Salieri!... Salieri!"
    $200 26
Varieties of this fruit include clingstone or freestone, with yellow or white fleshtones
    $200 15
Dee Burton wrote an entire book on fans' dreams about this man, called "I Dream of Woody"
    $200 4
By 1453, the only English possession left in this country was Calais
    $200 6
Once head cheerleader at U. of S. Carolina, she was also Miss S. Carolina before the "Monkey Business"
    $200 16
Imelda Marcos had these of herself & Ferdinand done entirely in pearls on velvet
    $400 13
The 1st lines of this 1979 play, "I have nothing; no hearing, no speech," are in sign language
    $400 27
It's the principal constituent of most plant cell walls
    $400 17
Brother of a faith healer, he titled his presidential memoirs "Keeping Faith"
    $400 5
Among leaders of the 1st of these in 1096 were Bohemund of Otranto & Godfrey of Bouillon
    $400 7
Though born in Chicago, this author of "North & South" lives in the South on Hilton Head Island
    $400 18
The 2 main types of this openwork fabric are bobbin & needlepoint
    $600 25
Maggie says, "One of those no-neck monsters hit me with a hot buttered biscuit..."
    $600 28
The pollen sacs are normally in this part of a stamen
    $600 23
George Will called this "auto"biography "the worst book since the invention of movable type"
    $600 8
City in which Charlemagne spent Christmas, 800 A.D.
    $600 9
Nickname of Francis Marion, who made daring guerrilla raids from a hideout in South Carolina's Pee Dee River
    $600 20
In "The Sign of Four", the group or "unofficial force" that aids Sherlock Holmes
    $800 1
This play opens with a friend of Hamlet's tossing coins & saying, "heads... heads.... heads... heads... heads."
    DD: $700 29
The 2 colors of Mendel's famous peas
    $800 24
Her biography "Lovely Me" claims she was a "love machine" who had affairs with Eddie Cantor & Georgie Jessel
    $800 10
From a Celtic word for "servant", it was the name for one who had vowed homage to a feudal lord
    $800 11
This famous 19th century politician's middle initial stood for Caldwell
    $800 21
The "NA" in "sonar" doesn't stand for sodium, but for this
    $1000 2
"With one particular horse, called Nugget, he embraces."
    $1000 19
Playwright whose autobiography, "An Unfinished Woman", won the National Book Award in 1970
    $1000 12
The Knights of St. John were established in Jerusalem, moved to Cyprus, then to Rhodes, & finally to here
    DD: $1,400 14
Though both Carolinas claim him, this president said he was born in South Carolina in 1767
    $1000 22
The constellation named for the 7 daughters of Atlas

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Lavergne David
$3,200 $2,300 $9,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 5 independent Asian countries that are landlocked

Final scores:

Dan Lavergne David
$6,300 $1 $11,599
2nd place: Broyhill roll top desk & swivel chair + Smith Corona XD6700 typewriter 3rd place: General Electric gas range New champion: $11,599

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dan Lavergne David
$3,200 $2,300 $9,300
7 R,
1 W
7 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
32 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,800

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Game tape date: 1987-11-09
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