Show #912 - Tuesday, July 19, 1988

Bruce Naegeli game 4.
Missing introductions.


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Ed Daniels, originally from Ontonagon, Michigan

Denise Cartier, a telemarketing research operator from contestant search in Albany

Bruce Naegeli, a librarian from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 3-day cash winnings total $25,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
His brother Cassim was killed, but he escaped "the 40 thieves"
    $100 1
A water passage; Puget & the one off Long Island are examples
    $100 2
American artist Archibald M. Willard came up with several versions of the "Spirit of..." this
    $100 8
This country's Dingle Peninsula was the spectacular setting for "Ryan's Daughter"
    $100 26
In total numbers, this fat-suctioning procedure now ranks #1 of all cosmetic surgeries
    $100 21
1 of 2 months in which you could have been born if your astrological sign is Leo the lion
    $200 14
Heroine of the Thomas Hardy novel that's subtitled "A Pure Woman"
    $200 3
The Cascade Range was named after the cascades of this river
    $200 7
The standard game of solitaire is played with this many cards
    $200 9
Actor Roddy McDowall was exec. prod. of the 1987 film in which Goldie Hawn went this, the film's title
    $200 27
The nose job, technically called this, is the favorite among men
    $200 22
1 of 3 men in the Bible who killed a lion
    $300 15
A baby named Thomas Luck is adopted by miners in this famous Bret Harte story
    $300 4
The seat of this county in Kansas is named Ulysses
    $300 16
A square with one side measuring 4" long contains this many square inches
    $300 10
Gregory Peck walked the line in "I Walk the Line", but this man wrote & sang the title tune
    $300 28
The most costly cosmetic surgery at up to $10,000 is a rhytidectomy, which is this
    DD: $500 23
The Tokens who formerly backed up Neil Sedaka had this No. 1 hit on their own in 1961:

"Weeheeheehee dee heeheeheehee weeoh aweem away
Weeheeheehee dee heeheeheehee weeoh aweem away..."
    $400 19
Slum child Francie Nolan is the leading character in this 1943 best-seller by Betty Smith
    $400 5
A river, mountain range, & gap were named for Wm. Augustus, duke of this English county
    $400 17
Total of all the points on all the stars on the American flag
    $400 11
1937 film in which aspiring star Janet Gaynor 1st sees fading star Fredric March at the Hollywood Bowl
    $400 29
Type of plastic surgery that can involve either a strip-graft or a punch-graft procedure
    $400 24
George Adamson shot the mother in self-defense but saved this cub his wife Joy later wrote about
    $500 20
London's Hyde Park boasts a statue of Rima the bird-girl from this W.H. Hudson novel
    $500 6
Macon-born poet Sidney Lanier has a large lake named after him in this, his native state
    $500 18
Number in the last line of the complete version of the poem which begins "30 days hath September"
    $500 12
She played Eve in "All About Eve"
    $500 25
Called "The Conquering Lion", this "Lion of Judah" was himself conquered & overthrown in '74

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

Bruce Denise Ed
$1,000 $100 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Denise Ed
$2,100 $1,000 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
Charleston, South Carolina was named for him
    $200 7
His "Blue Danube" waltzes by his home in Vienna
    $200 9
The year Christopher Columbus discovered Cuba
    $200 22
"Inshallah" is a term meaning "God willing" in this language
    $200 2
In Mexico the dollar sign ($) doesn't mean dollars but these
    $200 1
It's said his talent & charisma "turned America on to golf"
    DD: $1,000 18
The two children of King George VI
    $400 8
Of tutti, frutti, or aw rootie, the one that is a direction in music
    $400 10
The year in which Richmond became capital of the Confederacy
    $400 23
Of Dutch, German or Frisian, the one that's the closest relative of English
    DD: $1,000 3
Mexico's 2 large peninsulas, one in the northwest, one in the southeast
    $400 27
Sometimes called "The Ambassador of Country Music", he's sold over 70 million records
    $600 19
When he died in 1485, this 32-year-old "villain" had reigned for only 2 years
    $600 14
Nickname for Tchaikovsky's 3rd symphony, whose finale is "In Tempo Polacca"
    $600 11
Each July 14th the French celebrate Bastille Day, which took place in this year
    $600 24
The language now called Pilipino is based on this native language
    $600 4
Olmec, Toltec, Mixtec & Zapotec
    $600 28
Nasal-voiced comic who's heard saying "Throats get fixed with Vicks"
    $800 20
He was just a baby when he became king of Scotland after his mother Mary Queen of Scots abdicated
    $800 15
Verdi's tear-jerking tale of a tubercular trollop
    $800 12
John Smith said this was the year Pocahontas saved his life, shortly after he arrived in Jamestown
    $800 25
Irish & Scottish Gaelic & Welsh are all members of this language group
    $800 5
Taxco, where all building must be in colonial style, is famed for products made of this
    $800 29
Though his namesake great-grandson is better known, this man became Rhode Island's 1st governor in 1663
    $1000 21
Tudor queen who was betrothed to Holy Roman Emperor Charles V but married his son, Philip of Spain
    $1000 16
In his "Black Key" etude, Op.10, No. 5, the right hand plays only on the black keys
    $1000 13
By treaty, the British formally recognized U.S. independence in this year
    $1000 26
Amharic, a Semitic language, is the official language of this African country
    $1000 6
In Mexico, Labor Day is observed on this date
    $1000 30
"Gods are we, bards, saints, heroes, if we will" said this famed English Victorian writer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Denise Ed
$10,500 $1,000 $4,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 inhabited continents that have never hosted the modern Summer Games

Final scores:

Bruce Denise Ed
$11,700 $1 $9,199
4-day champion: $37,600 3rd place: rocker-recliner by Action Recliners by Lane + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger 2nd place: trip on Delta to Puerta Vallarta, Mexico & stay at Villa Del Mar + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bruce Denise Ed
$10,400 $1,000 $4,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
1 W
27 R
(including 1 DD),
12 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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Game tape date: 1988-03-29
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