Show #750 - Friday, December 4, 1987

Contestants

Alice Cohen, a labratory technician from Port Washington, New York

Paul Katz, a lawyer from Daytona Beach, Florida

Bob Harrenga, an informational specialist originally from South Dakota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000)

Jeopardy! Round

ART
WOMEN
CHILDREN'S SONGS
WORLD CAPITALS
SPORTS LEGENDS
"PINK"
    $100 26
An aquarelle work uses this type of aqueous paint
    $100 1
The caption on one of her pin-up posters reads "Wheel You Be Mine?"
    $100 18
Ermine explodes after chase by Capuchin in shoe repair shop
    $100 6
Its capital is Monaco-Ville, not Monte Carlo
    $100 10
Jackie Robinson's brother, Mack, finished 2nd to this legend in the 200 meter run of the 1936 Olympics
    $100 2
Jimmy Buffet changed this familiar title to "A White Sport Coat & a Pink Crustacean"
    $200 27
In the 1960s, Peter Hurd became well known for a portrait rejected by this president
    $200 16
Marian Rockwell, 5' 2" tall & 110 lbs., teaches unarmed combat at this Hudson River academy
    $200 19
Lass's lost lambs found in mutilated condition
    $200 7
The main square of Bogota is named for this "liberator"
    $200 12
She said, "My goal is to be the greatest athlete who ever lived", & she may well have been
    $200 3
The parading pachyderms perceived after polishing off a pitcher of pink ladies
    $300 28
Among his paintings are "The Hungry Lion", "The Sleeping Gypsy" & "The Repast of the Lion"
    $300 23
Ladies' Home Journal says British women, copying her style, have taken to wearing rubies & bows
    $300 20
Panic at palace: king's pastry contains 2 dozen birds that survived baking
    $300 8
Name shared by capitals of the Cayman Islands & Guyana, & a neighborhood of the U.S. capital
    $300 13
In his youth, Muhammad Ali won 6 Golden Gloves championships in this, his home state
    $300 4
What Archie Bunker might call a left-wing liberal
    $400 29
In 1933, the Nazis closed down this school of art & architecture founded in 1919 by Gropius
    $400 24
Published by Cathleen Black, this nat'l daily claims to have pressed "The Wall Street Journal" in # of readers
    $400 21
J. Paper departs, leaving Honalee lizard
    $400 9
This 4-letter word begins the names of the capitals of Mauritius, Papua New Guinea & Haiti
    $400 14
While quarterback for Penn.'s Beaver Falls H.S., he got over 50 scholarship offers
    $400 5
The famous gem in 6 Blake Edwards film titles had a flaw which looked like this
    DD: $200 30
[VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE] "Pysanky", an ancient art form from this region of the USSR, produces works like the following: [Alex holds up two fancy eggs.]
    $500 25
This baby was the center of conflict between Elizabeth Stern & Mary Beth Whitehead
    $500 22
Boy's bath love: a malleable mallard
    $500 11
This city has seen over 160 coups & revolutions since 1825 though its name means "the peace"
    $500 15
1958 U.S. tennis singles champ, she started out playing paddle tennis on the streets of Harlem
    $500 17
If you showed up at the office wearing nothing but 1 of these, your boss might hand you 1 of these

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

Bob Paul Alice
$1,600 $1,300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Paul Alice
$1,100 $1,400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS' RELIGIONS
WEATHER
THE MOVIES
AUTHORS
IN THE MOUTH
"RED"
    $200 7
He was our only Catholic president
    $200 2
Climate zones in this state include the southern deserts, the central coast & the Sierra Nevada
    $200 11
The only film of this genre to win a "Best Picture" Oscar was "Cimarron" in 1931
    $200 22
He was fired as a clerk by the Secretary of the Interior for his "immoral" book "Leaves of Grass"
    $200 17
This company claimed they had 50% of the chewing gum market's sales in 1986
    $200 3
Sequoia sempervirens
    $400 26
1 of 3 20th c. presidents who have been Baptists
    $400 5
A waterspout has all the same characteristics as one of these, except that it's over water, not land
    $400 1
The ads screamed" Hell Upside Down" but the disaster in this film was watery, not fiery
    $400 23
Thought known best for writing these, Wm. Butler Yeats helped found the Irish National Theatre
    $400 18
Crest has a "formula" which they claim controls buildup of this hard, yellow dental deposit
    $400 4
A special day is called this because holy days were once marked with 1 on church calendars
    $600 27
Given his name, it seems logical this 8th president belonged to the Dutch Reformed Church
    $600 6
Many of the 300,000 federal workers in this city were given option of staying home 1/27/87 due to bad weather
    $600 12
He was Elizabeth Taylor's husband when he appeared with her in 1960's "Butterfield 8"
    $600 24
Being a socialist was his "crime & punishment" was being sent to Siberia
    $600 19
During play, a basketball referee keeps one inserted in his mouth
    DD: $800 8
A sockeye
    DD: $800 28
Only Jefferson, Andrew Johnson & Lincoln shared this distinction regarding religious affiliation
    $800 15
Term for the alert broadcast to mariners warning of weather possibly hazardous to little boats
    $800 13
In 1971, Cornelius & Zira made an "Escape From the Planet of the Apes" to this U.S. city
    $800 25
Though born & raised in Canada this author of "Herzog" is regarded as an American author
    $800 20
Oakland A's' Ron Cey reportedly sports a "tattoo" of this animal on one of his molars
    $800 9
Y'all should know that this is made from ham juice & tastes great over grits
    $1000 16
If your tv weatherman belongs to the A.M.S., he belongs to this
    $1000 14
In 1942, she introduced herself in "White Cargo" by saying, "I am Tondelayo"
    $1000 21
Pairs of these glands are located in front of the ears, under the lower jaw & under the tongue
    $1000 10
The 1-word title of this Broadway musical was appropriate, since it starred Gwen Verdon

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Paul Alice
$3,700 $4,400 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS BATTLES
In 1836, Wm. Travis ended his request for more troops to be sent here, with "Victory or death"

Final scores:

Bob Paul Alice
$7,400 $8,700 $8,801
3rd place: Oneida gift certificate 2nd place: Admiral refrigerator & Emerson 10" tv New champion: $8,801

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob Paul Alice
$3,700 $5,400 $5,600
10 R,
2 W
19 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,700

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