Show #703 - Wednesday, September 30, 1987

Contestants

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Heywood Sobel, an engineer from Mar Vista, California

Colleen Patten, a waitress from Santa Barbara, California

Cinthea Stahl, a student from Studio City, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
FICTIONAL SISTERS
FRUIT
MUSICAL ANATOMY
THE '50s
FROM THE FRENCH
    $100 26
There are 3 capitol buildings in this Arkansas capital
    $100 3
Sister of John & Michael Darling, Peter Pan thought she was darling, too
    $100 5
Technically, a raspberry isn't a berry, but these common vineyard fruits are
    $100 10
Rudolph's red one was so bright it helped Santa guide his sleigh
    $100 21
Company which popularized the Hula Hoop in America
    $100 1
This word for one type of hairdo derives from "bouffer", to puff up
    $200 27
Of St. Louis, St. Paul or St. Petersburg, the 1 that's a state capital
    $200 4
In "The Taming of the Shrew", she's Bianca's shrewish sister
    $200 6
Gertrude Stein might have said, "Apricots is an apricot is an apricot," since it's in this plant family
    $200 11
When these Irish organs "are smiling, sure they steal your heart away"
    $200 22
In 1958 David Seville, Louis Prima & Ella Fitzgerald were among the 1st to win these awards
    $200 2
From its name, you'd think this private room is a good place to "bouder", or pout
    $300 28
John Harris refused to sell the land which became this state capital unless it was named for him
    $300 15
Olga, Masha & Irina Prozorov
    $300 7
Napoleon & royal Ann are names for 1 variety of this fruit
    $300 12
On "The Good Ship Lollipop", "If you eat too much--Ooh! Ooh! You'll awake with" this kind of "ache"
    $300 23
Ike promulgated this theory that if a nation fell to communism, nearby ones would topple too
    $300 18
Derived from an old Provencal word meaning "storehouse", it now means a small, chic shop
    $400 29
This state capital's legal boundaries extend to Kure Atoll, 1367 miles from its center
    DD: $400 16
The 4 March Sisters in "Little Women"
    $400 8
In any given year, this country produces 60-90% of all grapefruit
    $400 13
The Broadway song from "Wildcat" says, "Hey, look me over, lend me" one of these
    $400 24
Chanel No. 10 perfume had to be sprayed on the ring canvas before he would wrestle
    $400 19
Communists use this word to describe capitalists, but to the French, it's strictly middle class
    $500 30
Andrew Jackson's home, the Hermitage, is located near this capital
    $500 17
In this Poe story, Roderick's twin sister is buried alive while in a trance
    $500 9
"The Presidents' Cookbook" says Dolley Madison served a chutney made of this bog berry
    $500 14
In "The Wizard of Oz", the Scarecrow sang about his desire to have this
    $500 25
Only man elected pope during the decade
    $500 20
Whether it's served in Provence or Providence, it's stew made from at least 2 kinds of fish

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Cinthea Colleen Heywood
$300 $1,500 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cinthea Colleen Heywood
$2,400 $1,500 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH RULERS
AUTOMOBILES
MILITARY MOVIES
SCIENCE
RELIGION
PROVERBS OF DEATH
    $200 21
Colors of the roses which were emblematic of the houses of Lancaster & York
    $200 16
For 18 years, WWI air ace Eddie Rickenbacker owned the famous motor speedway here
    $200 2
Set aboard a sub, this 1982 German film has been called an aquatic "All Quiet on the Western Front"
    $200 1
This ocean mammal is also called the beluga, a name from Russian for "white"
    $200 4
According to the fable, "Kill not the goose that" does this
    $400 22
Phi Beta Kappa was founded at this VA. school, oldest in U.S. named for a monarch, let alone two
    $400 17
Guinness calls this company's Silver Spur, which costs over $239,000, the most expensive standard limo
    $400 3
In the logo of "Platoon", the Os are formed by a pair of these
    $400 12
Using a telescope he made himself, he invented telescope astronomy in 1609
    DD: $2,500 26
[AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE] Religious affiliation associated with the following song: "Thee I love more than the meadow so green and still/More than the mulberries on the hill/More than the buds of a May apple tree I love thee/Arms have I, strong as the oak for this occasion/Lips have I, to kiss thee, too, in friendly persuasion"
    $400 5
"Speak nothing but" this "of the dead"
    $600 23
Reason George I & his "prime minister", Robert Walpole, conversed principally in French
    $600 18
The "Henry J." was a model of car built by & named after him
    $600 9
Though Heartbreak Ridge was a real battle in Korea, the '86 film deals with the invasion of this island
    $600 13
If a jogger could circle the Earth in 6 months, it would take him 5 1/2 years to run around this planet
    $600 6
A grave thought: This amount of earth "makes all men equal"
    $800 24
While King Harold fought Norwegians from the north this man planned invasion from the south
    $800 19
The VW "Beetle" was designed by this man whose name is on a much more expensive line of cars
    DD: $800 10
1 of 3 John Wayne movies from 1948-50 that were known as John Ford's U.S. Cavalry trilogy
    $800 14
An atom of this element has only 1 electron
    $800 7
"Cowards die many times before their death; the valiant never taste death but once," he wrote
    $1000 25
Under Charles II, this man's body was exhumed & his head stuck on a pole where it remained for 25 years
    $1000 20
This company is the largest British automaker
    $1000 11
"Corvette K-22" was 1 of few feature films to recognize this huge country's involvement in WWII
    $1000 15
In photosynthesis, CO2 is combined with water to form this sugar, the simplest carbohydrate
    $1000 8
Billy Joel turned this proverb of death into a Top 40 Hit in 1978

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cinthea Colleen Heywood
$100 $1,500 $5,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MAGAZINES
This magazine, published in the U.S., got its name from the Greek for "citizen of the world"

Final scores:

Cinthea Colleen Heywood
$199 $2,000 $4,000
3rd place: Frigidaire refrigerator & freezer 2nd place: stay at Ingleside Inn in Palm Springs & Magnavox camcorder New champion: $4,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cinthea Colleen Heywood
$3,800 $1,500 $5,500
20 R,
7 W
(including 3 DDs)
9 R,
3 W
15 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $10,800

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