Show #713 - Wednesday, October 14, 1987

Contestants

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Judi Owens, an elementary school administrator from Bricktown, New Jersey

Suzee Vlk, a writer from San Diego, California

Bob Imsande, a retired business executive originally from St. Louis, Missouri

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Jeopardy! Round

LANGUAGES
FOOD
BASKETBALL
F. SCOTT FITZGERALD
HODGEPODGE
"HOUSE"s
    $100 1
How you would say "book" in Pig Latin
    $100 14
Heavy cream has a much higher content of this than light cream
    $100 22
Color of most basketball hoops & the Golden Gate Bridge
    $100 18
Though associated with the East, Fitzgerald was born in this city, capital of Minnesota
    $100 11
It's said after serving a bowl of soup in 1969, a Colorado waitress received a Cadillac as this
    $100 6
They "shouldn't throw stones"
    $200 2
Audible up to 5 miles, one language of the Canary Islands consists of doing this, just like canaries
    $200 15
Guinness says largest single dish is this roasted animal, prepared whole for Bedouin wedding feasts
    $200 23
When these "clowns" once played in Greece the heat was so great the tar on the court melted
    $200 12
A wind machine is used as a musical instrument in the Strauss tone poem about this windmill-jouster
    $200 7
You can visit the Salem, Mass. landmark associated w/this Nathaniel Hawthorne tale
    $300 3
Used by Julius Caesar, this system of writing was invented by Tiro to record Cicero's speeches
    $300 19
A noisette of beef indicates a choice cut of meat usually from the loin, that is this shape
    $300 24
Before 1937, this game-opener was repeated after every score
    $300 13
Each cocoon used for this fabric has a continuous filament that can be over 3/4 mi. long
    $300 8
New York madam Polly Adler titled her memoirs this
    $400 4
According to the Bible, the languages of the world began at this terraced pyramid at Babylon
    $400 20
Mamma Mia & caramba! these 2 countries together produce half the world's olives
    $400 25
Winner of 1st European championship, held in 1935, was this northern neighbor of Lithuania
    $400 16
The Nat'l Agricultural Library, Nat'l Library of Medicine, & this are the 3 U.S. Nat'l Libraries
    DD: $500 9
Lincoln followed this saying with, "This government cannot endure permanently half slave & half free"
    $500 5
Rhyming slang like "jam jar" for "car", is the traditional language of these East Side Londoners
    $500 21
A politician's trip, or a soft dessert made with flavored milk & rennet
    $500 26
In the pros, this area is 16 ft. wide, 4 ft. wider than college
    $500 17
It's said this 34th president liked to cook his personal recipe for "old fashioned beef stew for 60"
    $500 10
The only 1 of America's top 10 magazines in circulation to fit this category

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Bob Suzee! Judi
$1,900 -$100 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Suzee! Judi
$1,600 -$600 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT TIMES
THE UNIVERSE
ALASKA
JACK BENNY
KIDDIE LIT
HOTELS
    $200 10
The men who buried this Hun were put to death so his grave would never be found
    $200 13
The Cassini Division separates the A & B rings of this planet
    $200 8
Nationality of people who established the 1st white settlement on Kodiak Island in 1784
    $200 6
Born Benjamin Kubelsky in 1894 in Chicago, Jack grew up in this Illinois city
    $200 1
Apt number of verses in the Sara Coleridge poem "Months"
    $200 15
This world's largest hotel chain took its name from the '42 Bing Crosby-Fred Astaire film
    $400 16
Circa 370 A.D., the Goths split into 2 tribes, the Ostrogoths & these people
    $400 14
The Soviets have launched over 1000 satellites in this program, not billions & billions
    $400 9
In 1980, oil generated so much revenue that this was abolished on the state level for individuals
    $400 7
Though in real life she was Mrs. Jack Benny, on the show she played his girlfriend or something...
    $400 2
"Stories or Tales of Past Times with Morals" is better known by this avian title
    $400 17
Billboard rated this song top single of the year for 1956, though it sounds like a sad place to stay
    $600 21
This ancient ruined temple is in Kampuchea near the ruins of Angkor Thom
    $600 24
Number of stars needed to form a nova
    $600 11
The U.S. realized the strategic value of Alaska with Japanese occupation of some of these islands in WWII
    $600 26
The last name of this Benny show character was van Jones
    DD: $1,000 3
[AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE] Title of the following 1971 tune or the classic 1928 children's sequel on which it's based: "Christopher Robin and I walked along/Under branches lit up by the moon/Posing our questions to Owl and Eeyore"
    $600 18
The 1st hotel to bear this "fancy" name opened in 1848 on the Place Vendome in Paris
    $800 22
Modern-day country in which the Olmecs, or "rubber people", flourished from 1200 to 100 B.C.
    $800 25
A collapsing object becomes one of these when its radius shrinks past its Schwarzchild radius
    $800 12
Alaska's chief source of wealth is the huge oil reserve at this bay along the Arctic coast
    $800 4
"A Light in the Attic" & "Where the Sidewalk Ends" are 2 books of poems by this poet/songwriter
    $800 19
Controversial 1975 Norman Lear TV sitcom set in a hotel whose sign had a burned out letter "E"
    $1000 23
Greek audiences buzzed with laughter when this playwright stung the legal system with "The Wasps"
    $1000 5
In best seller by Maurice Sendak, a boy sent to his room goes on a fantastic trip to this untamed place
    $1000 20
Burned down just after opening in 1871, this city's Palmer House was rebuilt & is still in business

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Suzee! Judi
$2,800 $2,600 $3,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CABINET
Dr. Robert C. Weaver was both 1st black to serve in the cabinet & 1st head of this department

Final scores:

Bob Suzee! Judi
$1,300 $2,600 $700
2nd place: San Diego Design armoire & Hitachi CD player New champion: $2,600 3rd place: Frigidaire washer & dryer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob Suzee! Judi
$2,700 $2,200 $3,200
14 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $8,100

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