Show #857 - Tuesday, May 3, 1988

Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


Paul Dooling, a college graduate from Wheeling, Illinois

Carl Pasbjerg, a teacher and coach from Rochester, Michigan

Mike Harris, a physician from Mill Valley, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,600)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The official name of this historic building built in 1723 is Christ Church
    $100 22
As spokesman for Champ Gourmet Chocolate Chip Cookies, he's the greatest
    $100 12
It's the Beethoven symphony with the highest opus number, 125
    $100 4
In mammals, it's a muscular, pulsatile pump with valves
    $100 8
Upstairs neighbors & best friends to the Kramdens
    $100 16
It's a 1 followed by a whole bunch of zeros
    $200 2
In 1979, this presidential library on Dorchester Bay opened
    $200 23
Of her 10-page layout in "Playboy", she said, "This has made me feel clean again"
    $200 7
Number of daughter cells a single cell produces after its first act of standard mitosis
    $200 9
On "Leave It to Beaver", Clarence Rutherford was known by this nickname
    $200 17
Originally, the lemon peel used as flavoring; now, it's added flavor or gusto in life
    $300 3
This famous residential area was named for the guiding light that burned there during colonial times
    $300 24
Jackie Onassis waits with anticipation to edit the memoirs by this singer of "Anticipation"
    $300 13
The conditioned reflex was first demonstrated in this scientist's experiment
    $300 10
Orphaned, he was left in George Papadopolis' care
    DD: $1,000 19
The following is an example of one
    $400 5
This famous square in nearby Cambridge has the largest concentration of bookstores in the country
    $400 14
Referring to a kind of limb found on reptiles & birds, pentadactyl means this
    $400 11
On the Danny Thomas Show, Bill Dana played this character, the elevator operator
    $400 20
Mountain from which the name of a Jewish nationalist movement is derived
    $500 6
Month in which the annual Boston Marathon takes place
    $500 25
May West's 1959 autobiography or her response to the line, "Goodness, what beautiful diamonds"
    $500 26
To promote world peace, this Spanish cellist composed the oratorio "The Manger" in 1960
    $500 15
Endoderm, the stuff that forms your gut lining, also forms the sac in an egg that holds this
    $500 18
In his 1975 sitcom "When Things Were Rotten", Mel Brooks satirized this English hero
    $500 21
The old oath, "God's wounds" was condensed & transformed into this word

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

Mike Carl Paul
$2,100 $800 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Carl Paul
$1,800 $900 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A snappy dresser, a nice guy, good singer, too.)
    $200 26
Parson Mason L. Weems made up the famous story that as a child, George Washington did this
    $200 2
He willed England to his second son and Normandy to his eldest son, Robert
    $200 7
The passion in passion fruit doesn't refer to l'amour, but to his passion
    $200 11
The AFL was mainly skilled tradesmen while this group of unions represented mostly the non-skilled
    $200 1
Greenish blue, like water
    $200 20
He was granted over 350 of these, the first was for a rotary steam engine designed in 1865
    $400 9
This king & the prince who became Edward I were the only English kings who helped lead crusades
    $400 8
This fruit of a palm tree is one of the largest known seeds in the world
    $400 12
While clubs & fraternities are divided into chapters, unions are divided into these
    $400 3
Function of the red button on a standard multi-line telephone
    $400 21
Westinghouse's generators here began operation in November of 1896, supplying Buffalo with power
    $600 16
Though his father really started it, this Tudor is known as the father of the English Navy
    $600 10
In the 1790s, this fruit traveled from Tahiti to the West Indies with Captain Bligh
    $600 13
Well-known in the history of the U.S. labor movement, this group, the IWW, still exists
    $600 4
The kind of stake you'd find in a poker game
    DD: $300 22
The life of a drayman crossing the tracks was saved during the 1st demonstration of this invention
    $800 28
It's said he was kidnapped in Baltimore during the 1849 election & forced to vote so many times he collapsed & died
    $800 17
2 years after Cromwell died, Parliament reestablished the monarchy, putting him on the throne
    $800 18
Surprisingly, bananas originated on this continent, not in Central America
    $800 14
This Pro Football Hall of Famer & former Raider heads the NFL Players Association
    $800 5
A group of legislators who vote together for a particular interest
    $800 23
The last firm he founded made a compressed air spring to take the shocks out of this
    DD: $700 27
Born in 1880 in Tuscumbia, Ala., daughter of a Confederate officer, her autobiography inspired millions
    $1000 25
He was king when Wellington won at Waterloo
    $1000 19
Among the main varieties of this "peach of the tropics" are Van Dyke, Jubilee, & Tommy Atkins
    $1000 15
1886 pro-labor Chicago demonstration that turned into a riot in which 10 were killed
    $1000 6
A trick intended to ensnare or deceive; it's often thought of as feminine
    $1000 24
Westinghouse bought Nikola Tesla's system for producing this type of electric power

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Carl Paul
$6,600 $3,800 -$700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This slogan was created in 1933 for a cereal's billboard in a Minneapolis baseball park

Final scores:

Mike Carl Paul
$5,600 $7,600 -$700
2nd place New champion: $7,600 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mike Carl Paul
$7,600 $4,100 $0
21 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,700

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Game tape date: 1988-01-25
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