Show #606 - Monday, April 6, 1987

Missing introduction and first clue.

Contestants

Carol Childs, a lawyer from Studio City, California

David Roussel, an accountant from Sunland, California

Joel Lewin, from Van Nuys, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. STATES
GOLDEN OLDIES
QUOTES
ANATOMY
ORGANIZATIONS
HEROES & VILLAINS
    $100 2
Number of stars on the state flag of Texas
    $100 7
In 1963, the Four Seasons implored you to "Walk like" this, "my son"
    $100 11
Illegal occupation referred to in the saying, "The best way to make money is to make money"
    $100 16
In women, the hormone prolactin increases production of this
    $100 1
[Clue missing from recording]
    $100 12
Saying Australia was short of folk heroes, he created one, "Crocodile" Dundee
    $200 3
The tallest building in this state is the 110-story Sears Tower
    $200 22
It's easy to grasp the fact that this Beatles song was their 1st to go to #1 in the U.S.
    $200 15
Henry Ford said, then later denied saying, "History is more or less" this
    $200 17
About 2' long at your birth, it ran from your mom's placenta to your navel
    $200 8
After the League of Nations dissolved in 1946, their Geneva headquarters went to this group
    $200 13
He played both the title hero & the title villain in "Oh, God! You Devil"
    $300 4
In the 1790 census, this state had the most people, a few of whom didn't go on to be president
    $300 23
S/Sgt. Barry Sadler's song not about the hats, but the men beneath them
    $300 28
Lewis Mumford said in 1961, "Our national flower is" this type of highway interchange
    $300 18
When fibrogen is converted to fibrin by thrombin, blood does this
    $300 9
This group's headquarters is at 1 Columbus Plaza, New Haven, CT
    $300 14
Arr, you'll know 'im by 'is peg leg, 'is crutch, & the parrot on 'is shoulder
    $400 5
Of N.Y., N.J., or N.M., the one, according to the World Almanac, with the most poultry
    $400 24
This group that recorded "Tequila" was named after label owner Gene Autry's horse
    $400 29
Sam Goldwyn said, "So many people showed up at Louis B. Mayer's funeral... to make sure" of this
    $400 19
Name of the flap which closes over the trachea when you swallow
    $400 10
It's the Women's Zionist Organization of America
    $400 26
For his actions in war, Arnold von Winkleried is a hero in this usually neutral country
    $500 6
The World Book lists 5 state songs for it, including, "Rocky Top"
    $500 25
His last hit song was in 1970 with "Groovy Situation", but he's best known for 1962's "Duke of Earl"
    $500 30
"Too many cooks spoil the brothel," said this most famous N.Y. madam of the '20s & '30s
    $500 20
They are clenched when the temporalis muscles contract
    $500 21
The main office for the NAACP is in this New York City borough
    DD: $600 27
2 of the 3 villains mentioned by name in the title of a James Bond film

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Joel David Carol
$100 $1,200 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joel David Carol
$600 $4,200 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY EUROPE
COMMERCIALS
TRAINS
SHAKESPEAREAN TRIVIA
THE EARTH
DID YOU NOTICE?
    $200 4
Monarch who ruled England for most of the 19th century
    $200 3
Actor Ben Hayes had all the answers playing this oil company's "Answer Man"
    $200 18
At the turn of the century, railroads began to hire "bulls" to get rid of them
    $200 26
She advised Macbeth to "look like th' innocent flower, But be the serpent under't"
    $200 9
An ocean wave's speed largely depends on the speed of this phenomenon in the air above
    $200 1
It's what the Statue of Liberty is holding in her right hand
    $400 14
By 1871, it was the largest kingdom in the German empire
    $400 5
It's "That heavenly coffee"
    $400 19
NYC's Madison Square Garden is built over this train station
    $400 28
She said, "The stroke of death is as a lover's pinch" no doubt "asp"irating the "pinch"
    $400 10
The Mer de Glace is the 2nd longest of these in the Alps
    $400 2
Enquiring minds know this is the color of the letters reading "National Enquirer" on the cover
    $600 15
Ency. Americana says it was the cause of a cotton crisis in France during the 1860s
    $600 6
Subtitle which appeared when the commerical spokesman said the Isuzu gets "94 mpg city, 112 highway!"
    $600 23
1 of 2 films, made some 30 years apart by Buster Keaton & Walt Disney, about Civil War's Andrews Raid
    DD: $1,000 29
Comic character depicted here with Shakespeare in monument at Stratford-on-Avon:
    $600 11
The Greek & Latin words for this fuel were "anthrax" & "carbo"
    $600 20
Number of bends in a standard paper clip
    $800 16
Back in 1860, it was the "uniform" you had to wear to be on Garibaldi's team
    $800 7
And now a word from Ed & one of his friends about this, "The Tonight Show"s longest-running sponsor
    $800 24
What we call a passenger car, the British call this
    $800 12
You find one of these at the point where an aquifer intersects the slope of a hillside
    $800 21
Last name of either of your opponents
    $1000 17
Even the papacy was represented at the 1814-15 congress in this city
    DD: $2,000 8
Long before she "shot J.R.", Mary Crosby made her acting debut in an ad for this product
    $1000 25
2% of the land in California is still owned by this railroad
    $1000 27
Among things dropped in this Verdi opera are a hankie & the letter "H" from Shakespeare's title
    $1000 13
Geologists named the material of the Earth's crust "sial'" because of these 2 main elements
    $1000 22
In the classic M-G-M logo, the frame around the lion is made of this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joel David Carol
$1,200 $8,000 -$800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANIMALS
With a young one valued at $1.4 million, Guinness calls them the most costly zoo animals

Final scores:

Joel David Carol
$2,400 $9,500 -$800
2nd place: an Admiral refrigerator "à la mode" with party ice + Donvier ice cream makers New champion: $9,500 3rd place: an Oneida Silversmiths gift certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joel David Carol
$3,200 $7,900 $200
17 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
6 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,300

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