Show #743 - Wednesday, November 25, 1987

Contestants

Julie Rutherford, a travel analyst from Phoenix, Arizona

Ira Kirschner, a broker and CPA from Westlake Village, California

Michael Compton, a payroll supervisor from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,799)

Jeopardy! Round

WORLD WAR II
CAVES
CRIME & PUNISHMENT
ACTRESSES
ANTIQUES
"TIP" "TOP"
    $100 19
While V-E Day was celebrated May 8, 1945, this was celebrated September 2, 1945
    $100 16
Most caves are formed from this type of sedimentary rock
    $100 11
Due to thefts of passenger's luggage, a British judge dubbed this airport "Thiefrow"
    $100 5
It's said the "fuehrer" over Pola Negri's rumored affair with this man forced her to leave Germany
    $100 24
Before 1700, English spoons were made from this many pieces of silver, but later, from only 1
    $100 6
In 1968, it's how Tiny Tim went "Thru the tulips"
    $200 20
The women appointed for voluntary emergency service in the navy were known by this acronym
    $200 17
The world's largest cave chamber open to tourists is the "Big Room" at these caverns in New Mexico
    $200 12
It's said a man in Boston was put in public stocks in 1656 for doing this to his wife in public on the Sabbath
    $200 4
Though she played "My Fat Friend" onstage, she now does commercials for Weight Watchers
    $200 7
Trademark for a deck shoe with a soft leather upper & a rubber sole
    $300 21
Due to claims he took part in WWII atrocities, this world leader has been barred from the U.S.
    $300 18
From Greek for "cave", it's one who likes to study & explore caves
    $300 13
Out of the 13 charges he faced, this "Subway Vigilante" was only found guilty of 1 illegal weapon count
    $300 1
TV "Golden Girl" who said, "I'm not tall, I'm not pretty, I'm not young--I never was!"
    $300 8
This rock group is last entry alphabetically in "The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits"
    $400 22
While the SS was a German organization, the OSS was created by this country
    $400 25
Due to thousands of these insects there, New Zealand's Waitomo Cave "glimmers, glimmers"
    $400 14
In August 1978, William & Emily Harris pleaded guilty to the "simple kidnapping" of this person
    $400 2
Epitome of the exotic 20s vamp, she was really little Theodosia Goodman from Cincinnati
    $400 28
A popular song of 1875 popularized this name for tall case clocks
    $400 9
From Middle English for "bartender", it's to drink, often to excess
    $500 23
In its 1st air raid on Italy, June 11-12, 1940, the RAF bombing pinpointed this company's Turin plant
    $500 26
The longest measured cave system in the world, over 300 miles, is this aptly-named one in Kentucky
    $500 15
Though Michael Fagan broke into this ruler's bedroom in July 1982, he wasn't prosecuted
    $500 3
This "Gone With the Wind" star, not Vivien Leigh, was Elia Kazan's 1st choice for "A Streetcar Named Desire"
    DD: $500 27
Because of 1891's McKinley Tariff Act, this was required to appear on the bottoms of plates coming into U.S.
    $500 10
Laurence Harvey fought his way up in society in this 1959 film, but Simone Signoret got the Oscar

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Michael Ira Julie
$1,800 $1,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Ira Julie
$3,600 $3,500 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ENGLISH LIT
CLASSICAL MUSIC
'50s TV
UTAHANS
MAN IN SPACE
IN OTHER WORDS...
    $200 15
Shaw said of this bard, "It would...be a relief to me to dig him up & throw stones at him"
    $200 29
In a Rimsky-Korsakov piece, a prince turns into this insect, which promptly takes flight
    $200 6
They included Doreen, Darlene, Eileen, Bonnie, Lonnie, Ronnie, Karen, Cubby & Annette
    $200 14
A statue of him represents Utah in the Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol
    $200 24
The 1st reusable space vehicle, one was 1st launched into orbit in 1981
    $200 1
Tear free with your teeth an amount in excess of your masticating ability
    $400 16
Pseudonym under which David John Moore Cornwell wrote "The Spy Who Came in from the Cold"
    $400 12
In 1876, Wagner wrote the "Centennial Inaugural March" for this country's 100th anniversary
    $400 7
It's said 7 million people saw him fire Julius La Rosa
    DD: $500 20
Heard here, they were discovered in Disneyland in '62 after Lawrence Welk wouldn't see them:

"One bad apple don't spoil the whole bunch, girl..."
    $400 25
Ency. Americana says that at a force of 5 Gs, blood has weight of this metal, Fe
    $400 2
Canis lupis garbed with ovis aries' attire
    $600 17
Bunyan work in which you'd find the Slough of Despond
    $600 11
Beethoven may have included one of these in his 3rd symphony, but we're not giving him Sousa's crown
    $600 8
Characters on this show included Beulah Witch, Fletcher Rabbit & Oliver J. Dragon
    $600 21
In 1922 at age 16, high schooler P.T. Farnsworth discovered the principles of this communications medium
    $600 26
The primary function of retrorockets
    $600 3
Traverse Hades as well as a swollen river
    $800 18
In his long nonsense poem, Lewis Carroll also called this hunted title creature a "Boojum"
    $800 13
Influenced by fellow Frenchmen like Monet, he was the 1st to apply Impressionism to music
    DD: $800 9
He'd often lament to Peg, "What a revoltin' development this is!"
    $800 22
Many Americans have seen the signature of Ivy Baker Priest, who held this office
    $800 27
A space module's life support system must remove this gas, a primary product of respiration
    $800 4
Yale device, Wall Street commodity, plus pickle container
    $1000 19
J.L. Lowes' 1927 study of this author was title "The Road to Xanadu"
    $1000 30
German for "leading motive", it's a short theme in an opera for an individual character
    $1000 10
Game show announcer who also brought in the questions & kept score on Groucho's "You Bet Your Life"
    $1000 23
Agriculture Secretary under Eisenhower, he's now President of the Mormon Church
    $1000 28
The greatest number of people NASA has put into space at one time
    $1000 5
Lave one's grasping organs in respect to an entire extramarital fling

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Ira Julie
$6,000 $11,600 $3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CAPITALS
Only national capital of a foreign country named for a U.S. President

Final scores:

Michael Ira Julie
$12,000 $15,000 $2,200
2nd place: trip on Eastern to Florida and stay at Safety Harbor Spa & Fitness Center on Tampa Bay New champion: $15,000 3rd place: Whirlpool refrigerator

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Ira Julie
$6,000 $11,500 $3,600
19 R,
2 W
25 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
8 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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