Show #702 - Tuesday, September 29, 1987

Contestants

Cinthea Stahl, a student from Studio City, California

Lance Williams, a media consultant from Los Angeles, California

Judi Greenberg, a housewife from Northbrook, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,500)

Jeopardy! Round

TOP-SELLING PRODUCTS
LIGHT
4-LETTER WORDS
MYTHOLOGY
"MOORE" OR "LES"
MUSIC ON THE MAP
    $100 16
Gorham's top-selling silver pattern or the lace that made the Big Bopper's "world go round"
    $100 26
Approximately 5.88 trillion miles
    $100 17
By any other name, it would smell as sweet
    $100 11
In Hindu & Chinese mythology, the earth emerged from this, possibly laid by a gigantic cosmic chicken
    $100 6
In 1979, Wrather Corp. got a court injunction forbidding him to wear his mask in public
    $100 1
"There is a house in" this city "& it's called the rising sun"
    $200 22
Of the millions of these they've made since 1900, the Mongol is Eberhard Faber's top seller
    $200 27
Familiar name of the aurora borealis
    $200 18
A celebration of the eucharist, Bach wrote one in B-Minor
    $200 12
She, not Fauna, was the Roman goddess of flowering plants
    $200 7
His group is the "Band of Renown"
    $200 2
Protesting the '60s protest movement, Merle Haggard, son of Oklahoma migrants, called himself this
    $300 23
It's said this dishwashing aid was named by the inventor's wife because it would "save our saucepans"
    $300 28
Word which follows "light" in the acronym "LASER"
    $300 19
In western slang, a "grubslinger" means this
    $300 13
Derceto, Greek goddess of fertility, has a scaly tail like this type of animal
    $300 8
Carol Burnett married Joe Hamilton, this man's executive producer
    $300 3
In a fight over a Cajun queen, Big John sent a fellow from this state "to the Promised Land"
    $400 24
Copying a Norwegian moccasin H.Bass named a shoe this, short for "Norwegian" & "Injun"
    $400 29
In this type of bulb, current flows thru the filament & excites atoms that upon calming down, produce light
    $400 20
The 2 branches of the U.S. armed forces that fit the category
    $400 14
Killing the Nemean lion was the 1st of his dozen duties
    DD: $500 9
[AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE] In here 1st recording session at age 16, this singer produced a No. 1. hit, with the following: It's my party, and I'll cry if I want to...
    $400 4
"When I dream about the moonlight on the Wabash, then I long for my...home" there
    $500 25
Since 1941, Hallmark's top-selling card, "Thinking of You", has featured this purple flower
    $500 30
To get back in the gym at the junior prom, hold your stamped hand under one of these lights
    $500 21
It can precede rat, sack, or horse
    $500 15
While only some say he was born on Mt. Lycaeus, sources agree that he ruled from Mt. Olympus
    $500 10
Film director who "Help"ed the Beatles through "A Hard Day's Night"
    $500 5
1 of 2 other cities mentioned along with Manhattan in "I Left My Heart in San Francisco"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Judi Lance Cinthea
$1,300 $300 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Judi Lance Cinthea
$1,900 -$400 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

ACTRESSES
BIOLOGY
QUOTES
PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA
EUROPE
FIRSTS
    $200 3
In 1936 film "Jungle Princess", she wore the 1st of her celebrated sarongs
    $200 14
The only female deer with antlers are of this species, Santa's favorite
    $200 12
George M. Cohan wrote "Always leave them" doing this "when you say goodbye"
    $200 8
When he said, "I'm going to run for president", Miss Lillian asked, "President of what?"
    $200 16
A workman digging in 1578 rediscovered these tombs that stretch under Via Latina & other Roman roads
    $200 1
Tho synthesized in 1853, this painkiller was 1st successfully marketed in tablet form in 1915
    $400 4
On TV, she's been an angel, an attorney, & George Washington's secret love
    $400 15
Bitter-tasting natural pesticides called limonoids are found in seeds, rinds & juice of this fruit group
    $400 25
Gum magnate who said, "When 2 men in business always agree, 1 of them is unnecessary"
    $400 9
It's estimated his holdings were worth 1/2 million dollars when he died in 1799
    $400 17
Known for its breweries, it's the only Scandinavian country where alcohol is served 24 hours a day
    $400 2
On July 4, 1928, Jean Lussier became the 1st to go over it in a rubber ball
    $600 5
Glenda Jackson received 2 Emmys for this royal role
    DD: $700 18
Gamete, zygote & oogenesis are terms associated with this life-cycle process
    $600 26
Elbert Hubbard, among others, defined this as "one damn thing after another"
    $600 24
World Book says this 36th president often selected dancing partners for his guests
    $600 21
The name of this mountainous German region is derived from its dark fir trees
    $600 10
The Information Please Almanac lists this as the 1st radio panel quiz show in America
    $800 6
The subtitle of her new book is "or How I went to Africa with Bogey, Bacall & Huston & almost lost my mind"
    $800 19
It's hereditary material in the form of 2 coiled polynucleotide chains that form a double helix
    $800 27
Spelling of Warren G. Harding's middle name
    $800 22
Amsterdam is home base of "Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij", a world leader in this industry
    $800 11
In 1962, Telstar, the 1st private tele-communications satellite, was launched by this company
    $1000 7
They both made Mr. Blackwell's 1986 "Worst Dressed" list though for TV cops they dress OK
    $1000 20
Except for the nucleus, this semifluid makes up most of a cell
    $1000 28
This president dedicated the Statue of Liberty on Oct. 28, 1886
    $1000 23
Country in which in 1917 at Fatima, a vision begged for peace & predicted a 2nd world war
    $1000 13
Originally only 3 volumes, this reference work was 1st published in Edinburgh in 1768

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Judi Lance Cinthea
$1,900 $3,200 $6,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HORSES
William Russell bought over 400 horses for this business & branded them "XP"

Final scores:

Judi Lance Cinthea
$100 $6,400 $6,600
3rd place: Baldwin solid brass desk accessories + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version 2nd place: Harrison Furniture entertainment center & Zenith 9" color TV + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version New champion: $6,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Judi Lance Cinthea
$1,800 $3,200 $6,500
14 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
8 R,
4 W
27 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $11,500

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