Show #614 - Thursday, April 16, 1987

Contestants

Claire Dujardin, a bookkeeper from Myakka City, Florida

Mark Dunn, an eligibility worker from Sherman Oaks, California

Jim Ryan, a writer from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $21,950)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
RELATIVES IN SONG
THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
THE VATICAN
DID YOU NOTICE?
(Alex: And if you are observant, you will have noticed that last week we had Did You Notice? as a category. Perhaps we'll wind up with Andy Rooney as a contestant on our show.)
    $100 1
Aptly, the 1st known terrestrial globe was constructed in this historic year
    $100 21
U.S. liquid measure equal to 231 cubic inches, which makes 2310 cu. in. to a Stetson
    $100 4
In 1965 James Brown song, this family member had "a brand new bag"
    $100 3
In 1951, electricity was generated from nuclear energy for the 1st time near Idaho Falls in this state
    $100 16
Pius IV ordered Daniel da Volterra to paint "clothes" on nude figures in this chapel
    $200 2
After Waterloo, Napoleon unsuccessfully tried to escape to this New World country
    $200 22
A unit of dry measure equal to 8 quarts, or a small kiss
    $200 5
In a Paul Simon song, these 2 had a "reunion" in 1972
    $200 9
At its straight northern border, the panhandle of this state measures only 45 miles east to west
    $200 17
The Secret Archives hold' his annulment petition, & the library holds his love letters to Anne Boleyn
    $300 6
By the High Renaissance this city had replaced Florence as Italy's cultural center
    $300 23
Length on the label of "finished" men's pants is determined by measuring this
    DD: $500 13
Relative mentioned in the following:
    $300 10
You'll find the Bear, Snake, & Salmon rivers in this state
    $300 18
Of 300, 800, or 2000, the number of permanent residents in Vatican City
    $400 7
An 1830 opera performance sparked-riots that ultimately led to this "low country"'s independence
    $400 24
Standard number of pieces in the "bucket" of Kentucky Fried Chicken
    $400 14
1 of 4 Elvis songs with relatives in the title that made Billboard's top 20
    $400 11
Founder by John J. Astor's fur traders, Astoria was this state's 1st permanent white settlement
    $400 19
22 of the 70 scholars who make up the Pontifical Academy of Sciences have won this award
    $500 8
He not only had the largest imperial country estate in Roman Empire, but longest wall in England
    $500 25
From a Latin word meaning "2 pans", this weighing device was used as early as ancient Egypt
    $500 15
In Alabama's "Mountain Music", the 2 relatives mentioned in the chorus
    $500 12
Though it doesn't touch the Pacific, this entire state is often considered part of Pacific Northwest
    $500 20
This vast open space in front of the Basilica is shaped like an ellipse

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

Jim Mark Claire
$800 $1,000 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Mark Claire
$1,200 $2,700 -$1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
'50'S TV
INTERNATIONAL LAW
LITERATURE
HOMOPHONIC PAIRS
(Alex: Claire, a brief word of explanation on that Homophonic Pairs. There will be two words in the response. They mean different things but they will be pronounced exactly the same way.)
BOND... JAMES BOND
    $200 26
In 1766, Henry Cavendish made 1st full study of this simple gas he called "inflammable air"
    $200 12
Of "Coke Time" & "Pepsi Cola Playhouse", one which had the longer run
    $200 21
The Hague Conventions of 1899 & 1907 prohibited wartime dropping of explosives from these
    $200 7
This American epic was 1st published in Great Britain, but under the title, "The Whale"
    $200 1
Stand in this spot to listen
    $200 6
After saying he'd never again play Bond, he did-- in "Never Say Never Again"
    $400 13
Titles of these in the '50s included "Valiant Lady", "From These Roots", & "The Brighter Day"
    $400 22
Japan violated international law by bombing Pearl Harbor because it hadn't done this 1st
    $400 15
A Swiss clergyman wrote this novel about a Swiss clergyman & his kin wrecked on an island
    $400 2
Shakespeare, when he was prohibited from entering
    $400 8
Total number of Ian Fleming Bond novel titles that have not been made into films
    $600 14
To get Paladin, you'd wire to this city
    $600 23
Among accords reached in Geneva convention of 1864 was establishment of this relief organization
    $600 18
C. Bronte dedicated 2nd edition of this to Thackeray who like Rochester, had an insane wife
    $600 3
Matchabelli, mailed
    $600 9
Common bond between British Bond film actors Honor Blackman, Joanna Lumley, & Patrick Macnee
    DD: $399 16
In 1953, they were known around CBS as "the 2 redheads"
    $800 24
After WWII, the trial of German & Japanese leaders in these 2 cities helped develop int'l law
    $800 19
Set in 19th century New England, this Eugene O'Neill play updated the tragedy of Orestes & Elektra
    $800 4
Signal given by a stage manager to tell you to line up
    $800 10
Charles Gray, Donald Pleasance, & Telly Savalas have all played this cat-loving villain
    $1000 17
1 of the 7 series in the '50s whose title began "Life With..."
    $1000 25
The Jay Treaty in 1794 introduced arbitration to settle disputes between these 2 countries
    $1000 20
When Romeo & Juliet meet at a ball, the 1st 14 lines they speak are in this specific poetic form
    $1000 5
Understand the meaning of Japanese theater
    $1000 11
In "Casino Royale", he played Jimmy Bond

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Mark Claire
$4,200 $3,900 $1,201

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LANGUAGES
Language spoken by the most people in South America

Final scores:

Jim Mark Claire
$8,300 $7,800 $1
4-day champion: $30,250 2nd place: vacation in Palm Springs and Ricoh camera 3rd place: Marcy exercise bike

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Mark Claire
$4,700 $3,900 $1,600
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W
9 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $10,200

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