Show #559 - Thursday, January 29, 1987

Contestants

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Margaret Wheeler, a high school librarian originally from Phoenix, Arizona

Lindsay Franco-Ferreira, a store manager originally from Surrey, England

Rex Schultz, a trial lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

JULY
PROVERBS
SINGERS
MOVIE TRIVIA
RUSSIA
"BIG"
    $100 1
The 1st American legislative assembly met on July 30, 1619 at Jamestown in this southern colony
    $100 5
We must learn to do this before we can run
    $100 16
Bianca said marrying him "was like joining the Boy Scouts"
    $100 21
This Hitchcock film had just 1 set -- & it floated
    $100 26
Dyed Maroz, or "Grandfather Frost", is the Russian equivalent of this holiday figure
    $100 9
A person who holds strong prejudices; Archie Bunker was a big one
    $200 2
In July of 1796, the Secy. of State issued the 1st in U.S. to Francis Barrere, who was going overseas
    $200 6
They "can't be choosers"
    $200 17
He & his stepmother Shirley Jones sang leads on Partridge Family records
    $200 22
First Lady played by Ginger Rogers in "The Magnificent Doll"
    $200 27
Name shared by the places where Joseph Stalin & Jimmy Carter were born & raised
    $200 10
Any penitentiary, even a small one
    $300 3
On July 18, 1936, an army revolt started a civil war in this country
    $300 8
Translation of the Latin proverb "In vino veritas"
    $300 18
His new book, "Man in White", is about St. Paul; his autobiography was "Man in Black"
    $300 23
An invitation to waltz, a Rogers & Astaire film, or a musical question in "The King and I"
    $300 28
Most of Moscow, except the Kremlin, was burned due to the invasion ordered by this man
    DD: $300 11
Film whose credits began with a body & the following song:
    $400 4
Prince Charles wed Lady Diana on July 29th of this year
    $400 14
"A woman's mind & winter wind" do this "oft"
    $400 19
Born Annie Mae Bullock in Nutbush, Tenn., in 1976, she told Ike to take a hike
    $400 24
The Disney TV film "Tiger Town" was shown theatrically only in this "Tiger Town" of sports
    $400 29
In 1929 this revolutionary leader became 1st citizen ever expelled from Russia by the Soviet govt.
    $400 12
It only happened once on Madonna Street, but Monty Hall offered one daily
    $500 7
On 7/27/74, Rodino's House Judiciary Committee recommended sending this question to the full House
    $500 15
On the indivisability of this, a proverb asks: "Why buy a cow when milk is so cheap?"
    $500 20
1st husband Jack Webb co-starred her with 2nd husband Bobby Troup in TV's "Emergency!"
    $500 25
Ads for this 1971 Woody Allen film called it "More moving than prunes"
    $500 30
1st person in Russia ever vaccinated against smallpox was this empress
    $500 13
German WWI cannon named for Mrs. Krupp, who ran the gun works

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Rex Lindsay Margaret
$900 $200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rex Lindsay Margaret
$4,700 $900 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LINES
WORLD LEADERS
ANIMALS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
BASEBALL
NIGHT TIME SOAPS
    $200 9
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times..."
    $200 2
Reagan said of him in January 1986, "I find he's not only a barbarian, but he's flaky"
    $200 1
Some doctors treat arthritis patients with this reptile secretion
    $200 17
It's said S.S. Kresge closed all his stores for 1 hour the day this "Granddaddy of the Five & Dime" died
    $200 7
1951 film "Angels in the Outfield" wasn't about a California team but this Pennsylvania one
    $200 25
Benson butlered in this series which featured the Campbell & Tate family feud
    $400 12
"Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank..."
    $400 3
Re-establishing a free Poland was 1 of his 14 Points of 1918
    DD: $1,000 20
The ogre-faced spider is so called because 1 pair of these is unusually large
    $400 18
When introduced in 1931, this Miles Laboratories product fizzled in water but boomed in sales
    $400 8
With over 1000 RBIs, this Cincinnati Reds catcher led the majors during the '70s
    $400 26
Proving blondes don't always have more fun, she spent 9 weeks last season locked in an attic
    $600 14
"I had a farm in Africa, at the foot of the Ngong Hills."
    $600 4
In later years, this Indian prime minister carried with him part of a poem by Robert Frost
    $600 21
When grabbed by a predator, a skink may ditch this part of its anatomy
    $600 19
Robert J. Vlasic is now 5th largest shareholder in Campbell Soup Company, having sold them this
    DD: $2,000 10
In the 1880s, for a kid to get new baseball cards, he'd have to buy packs of these
    $600 27
After playing w/"Paper Dolls" in 1984, she became a lawyer on "Falcon Crest" in 1985
    $800 15
"The time traveler (for so it will be convenient to speak of him) was expounding..."
    $800 5
Born Ruhollah Mussavi, this world leader ironically spent 13 years of his exile in Iraq
    $800 22
The black-masked scimitar babbler is not a noisy armed bandit, but this kind of animal
    $800 24
1st called the Curb Exchange because it did business on the street, it's USA's 2nd-biggest stock exchange
    $800 11
"No boy or man can expect to succeed...& continue the use of cigarettes", said this Phila. manager in 1913
    $1000 16
"The Sarah Siddons Award for Distinguished Achievement is perhaps unknown to you"
    $1000 6
Once a worker in a shaving brush factory, this diplomat shared the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize
    $1000 23
A horse's coronets aren't found atop its head, but at the top of these
    $1000 13
"Shoeless" Joe Jackson, with 3rd highest lifetime batting average, is not in Hall of Fame probably due to this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rex Lindsay Margaret
$11,700 $1,500 $5,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BRIDGES
It's spanned by the Bridge of the Americas

Final scores:

Rex Lindsay Margaret
$10,700 $2,999 $7,600
2-day champion: $19,800 3rd place: Bushnell Astronomical telescope 2nd place: Vitamaster exercise cycle & Zenith 9-inch color TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rex Lindsay Margaret
$9,700 $1,800 $5,100
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
7 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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