Show #722 - Tuesday, October 27, 1987

Contestants

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Laurel Altman, a secretary from Sherman Oaks, California

Richard Miller, a psychiatrist from North Hollywood, California

Carol Cling, a journalist from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

BIRDS
THE BEATLES
U.S. CITIES
TV WESTERNS
VOCABULARY
POT LUCK
    $100 21
3 days after a fertilized chicken egg is laid, this organ begins to form & function within
    $100 1
He points out his "classic nose" in a commercial for Classic wine cooler
    $100 2
Dateline on news items from the Reagan Ranch
    $100 3
He owned the Double R Bar Ranch
    $100 5
Of spring rolls, Eskimo rolls, or rollmops, the ones you don't eat
    $100 17
Aug. 8 was date Nixon announced his resignation in 1974 & this man sailed for St. Helena in 1815
    $200 24
The 2 chief functions of this communication are to claim territory & attract mates
    $200 4
3 of the 1st 4 Billboard #1 hits for The Beatles had this word in their titles
    $200 6
Tallest building in Boston is named for this 1st elected governor of state of Massachusetts
    $200 7
In film "Tin Men", the family in this western was described as "A 50-year-old father with 3 47-year-old sons"
    $200 10
Of a dingus, dinghy or dingo, the animate object
    $200 19
As the east is called the Orient, the west is called this
    $300 8
It's "waiting...", "hoping...", "coming...", & "dying to take you away"
    $300 18
Calle Ocho is the main street of the section of Miami frequently called this
    $300 11
Richard Boone not only played this role but co-wrote his ballad
    $300 15
Of a conjugation, congregation, or conjuration, the 1 most likely to begin "amo, amas, amat..."
    $300 22
While American "pyramid" pool is played with 16 balls, billiards is played with this many
    $400 9
On March 21, 1987, 4 Beatles albums held the top 4 positions on this new Billboard chart
    $400 20
New Orleans jazz legends play nightly in this legendary structure at 726 St. Peter St.
    $400 12
Each season this show started out from St. Joseph, Mo. & reached California in the spring
    $400 16
Of a sniffle, snaffle, or snuffle, the 1 that isn't a rhinal condition
    $400 25
When a ship's bell is used to denote time, it's struck not every hour, but his often
    $500 27
The oldest known ornamental bird, wild species kill & devour small snakes
    $500 13
Song that tells the story of Desmond & Molly Jones
    DD: $600 26
Flags of these 3 countries have legally flown over St. Louis
    $500 14
From 1956-59, on separate shows, these 2 characters were billed as "Marshal of Dodge City"
    $500 23
Of goa, koa, or moa, the 1 that's extinct
    $500 28
In 1935, he founded the American &, in 1936, the British Institutes of Public Opinion

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

Carol Richard Laurel
$1,500 $500 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Richard Laurel
$3,100 $2,500 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN INDIANS
NOVEL CHARACTERS
(Alex: Give the title of the work.)
STARTS WITH "K"
THE 17th CENTURY
SHOW BIZ MARRIAGES
NONPOTENT POTABLES
    $200 2
It's said expression "on the warpath" isn't from Indians, but from this 1826 J.F. Cooper novel
    $200 1
Edward Hyde
    $200 12
The last German one was Wilhelm II
    $200 10
In 17th c. Japan, Matsuo Basho developed this into a great poetic form
    $200 7
He directed Judy Garland in "Meet Me in St. Louis" & married her the next year
    $200 20
The most common liquid that fits this category
    $400 3
The Choctaw used to do this to their babies' heads
    $400 6
Edmond Dantes
    $400 13
This word can mean a gutter, a pack of dogs, or a shelter to keep dogs out of the gutter
    $400 11
In March 1649, under Cromwell, the English monarchy & this house of Parliament were abolished
    $400 8
Eddie Fisher's ex-wife Mary Frances Reynolds
    $400 25
In the late 19th c., Charles Hires changed the name of his "herb tea" to this
    $600 4
Memphis, Tenn.'s baseball team, the Chicks, is not named for poultry but for this Indian tribe
    $600 14
Sydney Carton
    $600 22
The 15th state
    $600 21
It was fought from 1618-1648 over many European political & religious issues
    $600 17
Eddie Fisher's ex-wife Concetta Ann Ingolia
    $600 30
This soda fountain treat is sometimes called a "frappe"
    $800 5
Tho to them it is an age-old religious symbol, since WWII the Navajo have limited its use
    $800 15
Lara Antipova
    DD: $2,000 23
As fate would have it, this Tony-winning musical of the 1953-54 season featured the following:

"Not since Nineveh, not since Tyre /
Not since Babylon turned to mire..."
    $800 29
Thru mediation of England's Charles II, in 1668 Spain finally recognized this country's independence
    $800 18
She was 16 years older than her 2nd husband Garson Kanin
    $800 28
The 1st time a cup of coffee was ever consumed here was July 20, 1969, at 3:17 p.m. CDT
    DD: $800 9
Called "Big Chief" & proud of his Indian ancestry, Charles Curtis held this office from 1929-33
    $1000 16
Rudolf of Elphberg, King of Ruritania
    $1000 24
The name of this vegetable comes from the Latin for "cabbage turnip", caulis rapum
    $1000 27
As a young man in England, William Penn was imprisoned in this building for his Quaker beliefs
    $1000 19
Born Ivo Livi, this husband of the late Simone Signoret is Italian, not French
    $1000 26
Though hardly bubbly, Commander Whitehead was both the pres. & ad symbol for this company

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carol Richard Laurel
$8,700 $6,100 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH HISTORY
The 1st Tudor monarch of England, he was grandfather of the last Tudor monarch, Elizabeth I

Final scores:

Carol Richard Laurel
$9,700 $12,200 $10,400
3rd place: Cutco kitchen knife set + choice of Jeopardy! box game or computerized version of Jeopardy! New champion: $12,200 + choice of Jeopardy! box game or computerized version of Jeopardy! 2nd place: trip on Delta to Las Vegas & stay at Las Vegas Hilton + choice of Jeopardy! box game or computerized version of Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carol Richard Laurel
$7,500 $6,800 $5,400
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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