Suggest correction - #980 - 1988-12-02

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    $200 2
This Norwegian was an apothecary's apprentice before becoming "The father of modern drama"

Show #980 - Friday, December 2, 1988


Steve Burns, a psychologist from Culver City, California

Donna Levin, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois

Jack Lechner, a freelance writer originally from Arlington, Virginia (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $12,201)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
Now usually green, they've been called the world's most widely used visual aid
    $100 15
A popular annual event in this state is the crowning of "Alice in Dairyland"
    $100 1
He first shaved his head to play Pontius Pilate in "The Greatest Story Ever Told"
    $100 26
In all members of the equidae family except the domestic horse, this hair stands erect
    $100 5
Saroyan & Wordsworth
    $100 11
Adjective describing the swift-moving L.A. Lakers, or a quick-developing news story
    $200 18
It used to be a student who kept order in the halls; now it's a screen for your computer
    $200 22
Washington & Rhode Island have the shortest ones in the U.S., "Alki" & "Hope" respectively
    $200 2
Evan Kim, a former tae kwon do champion, plays Dirty Harry's new partner in this 1988 film
    $200 27
Type of gait in which diagonally opposite legs move forward together
    $200 7
Crane & Leacock
    DD: $700 12
Title of the following, men take note:

"As the midnight moon was drifting through /
The lazy sway of the trees..."
    $300 19
The viewing of these is reported to be superseding Cliff Notes for quick cramming
    $300 23
In 1802 the Tlingit Indians massacred many of the Russian settlers in what is now this state
    $300 3
10 years after playing "The Greek Tycoon", he turned up in a miniseries as Onassis' dad
    $300 28
A yellowish horse with a black mane & tail, or the hide of a male deer
    $300 8
Baudelaire & Lamb
    $300 13
Moral of the story, "The Tortoise & the Hare"
    $400 20
A student has to take the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test to qualify for this scholarship
    $400 24
The state where you're most likely to get invited to a dance party called a "fais dodo"
    $400 4
A b-girl in "From Here to Eternity", Mary Carver plays mom to this pair of TV detectives
    $400 29
This breed called "drinkers of the wind" is still used to develop & upgrade other breeds
    $400 9
Ruskin & Bunyan
    $400 14
Fabric that does not "bleed" when washed or worn is said to be this
    $500 21
From the Latin for "running", it's a run-down of the courses the school offers
    $500 25
This "Equality State" granted its women political equality when it was still a territory
    $500 6
A hunchback in "The Name of the Rose" & a prehistoric man in "Quest for Fire", he's now a beast on TV
    $500 30
The Jockey Club registers only this breed of horse
    $500 10
Werfel & Kafka
    $500 16
This phrase from the '30s means to succeed in a trick or a swindle

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

Jack Donna Steve
$3,400 -$100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Donna Steve
$6,500 $300 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 25
In an account of this speech, the Chicago Times decried Lincoln's embarrassing "dishwatery utterances"
    $200 3
At age 9, Lorin Maazel shared the podium with L. Stokowski at this outdoor L.A. landmark
    $200 21
Outcries by sports car fans convinced Ford to continue making this classic "pony" car
    $200 1
This TV show about little blue creatures won a Humanitas Prize for its "enriching human values"
    $200 2
This Norwegian was an apothecary's apprentice before becoming "The father of modern drama"
    $200 14
This process makes milkfat globules so small the cream no longer rises to the top
    $400 28
On Christmas night, 1860 Major Anderson moved his troops from Ft. Moultrie to this more defensible fort
    $400 4
Saxophonist Julian Adderley was 1st nicknamed "Cannibal", but it was later changed to this
    DD: $8,000 22
In Beijing nearly everyone commutes to work on these vehicles
    $400 10
The 1985 U.N. Population Award went to this federation that has affiliates in 121 countries
    $400 5
The original commedia dell'arte performers wore masks & spoke this language
    DD: $4,000 15
It's the most widely consumed beverage in the world
    $600 29
In April 1863 he ended a bread riot in Richmond by personally addressing the mob
    $600 7
This flamboyant pianist said he did "Reader's Digest versions of concertos"
    $600 23
In 1783 Joseph & Jacques Montgolfier, sons of a French paper bag maker, invented this
    $600 11
While a Golden Gloves winner is a boxer, a Gold Glove winner is this
    $600 6
Many ancient Greek plays featured a chorus of these mythical goat-men
    $600 16
Most milk has 400 units of this vitamin added per quart
    $800 30
This Union general declared, "I can make Georgia howl" & then did in late 1864
    $800 8
This famous flügelhorn player is a protégé of Dizzy Gillespie
    $800 24
If you're riding in the Maid of the Mist, you're sightseeing at this landmark
    $800 18
In 1975 "The Towering Inferno" won the Cinematographer Oscar, & this disaster film won for Sound
    $800 12
At 1st only 1 appeared in a tragedy until Aeschylus added a second one
    $800 17
Popular in New Orleans, its top is a salad green & its root is roasted & mixed with coffee
    $1000 27
This Louisiana creole general designed the famous Confederate battle flag
    $1000 9
At age 6 this classical & jazz trumpeter was given his 1st horn by Al Hirt
    $1000 26
This major U.S. airport was built on an orchard, so it's abbreviated "ORD" on luggage tags
    $1000 19
In 1913 this poet from India became the 1st Asian to win a Nobel Prize for Literature
    $1000 13
Developed in the 17th century, this form of theater features men called "onnagata" in female roles
    $1000 20
Tea imported to the U.S. must be approved by a tea inspector from this federal agency

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Donna Steve
$27,500 $3,100 $2,900
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

This Queen of England was the granddaughter of Ferdinand & Isabella of Spain

Final scores:

Jack Donna Steve
$12,500 $3,300 $1
3-day champion: $24,701 2nd place: Easy-Rest, Inc. reclining chair & convertible sofa bed + Kosta Boda Sweden crystal barware 3rd place: Speed Queen Marathon washer & dryer

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jack Donna Steve
$15,800 $3,100 $2,900
38 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
6 R,
2 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,800

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