Show #589 - Thursday, March 12, 1987

John Ryan game 1.


Fran La Bruto, a chiropractor from Bayonne, New Jersey

Judith Kallen Dry, a dental hygienist from Chicago, Illinois

John Ryan, a student from Santa Barbara, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
In 1944, a U.S. sub sank when hit by 1 of these, which it fired itself
    $100 21
This answer is sponsored by the letter "J", like some episodes of this kids' show started in 1969
    $100 6
Term for the profane oaths "deleted" from the transcripts of Nixon's White House tapes
    $100 16
To promote saving water during 1986 drought, Israel advised citizens to do this "with a friend"
    $100 26
Though not known as "The Shiek", this Italian is known for refined simply chic designs
    $100 11
The hirsute staple of carnival freak shows
    $200 5
The fastest U.S. prop fighter ever built, its name is now on a sporty Ford
    $200 22
"Billions & billions" of stars were presented to millions & millions of viewers by this astronomer
    $200 7
As arrows are stored in a quiver, a sword is stored in this
    $200 17
While Israel is called "The land of milk & honey", World Book says this fruit is the major crop
    $200 27
Of Anne Klein, Calvin Klein, or Robert Klein, the one whose clothing designs are for women only
    $200 12
The CIA plotted to humiliate this dictator by making his beard fall out
    $300 1
Planes from this ally bombed Gestapo HQ in Denmark without hitting 2 hospitals 100 yards away
    $300 23
Of 1.8, 2.5, or 3.7 hours per home, the average time PBS is viewed each week in U.S.
    $300 8
"Acephalous", it describes a Washington Irving character
    $300 18
Colors on the flag of Israel
    $300 13
Design of the drug store package makes it look like these bearded brothers' names are Trade & Mark
    $400 2
In German, this feared name means "air weapon"
    DD: $100 24
[Audio] Robin & Jim, part of their theme is the following:
    $400 9
A testator is the person making this document
    $400 19
This desert covers the southern half of the country
    $400 14
Of the 5 U.S. Presidents with beards, the number not assassinated
    $500 3
Term 1st used for WWII naval operations, it's a temporary grouping under one leader to achieve a goal
    $500 25
The longest-running & most popular drama on "Masterpiece Theatre"
    $500 10
Steve Perry's rock group, you could also call it "Peregrination"
    $500 20
City in which March 26,1979 peace treaty between Israel & Egypt was signed
    $500 15
Beards fell out of fashion in France with the ascension of Louis XIII, beardless for this reason

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

John Judith Fran
$1,900 $0 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Judith Fran
$3,800 $800 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
On TV's "Mickey Mouse Club", this insect taught a generation how to spell "E-N-C-Y-C-L-O-P-E-D-I-A"
    $200 1
His many "sky hooks" have helped him become pro basketball's all-time scoring leader
    $200 2
A noise meter measures sound intensity in these units
    $200 12
To be "in the arms of Morpheus", god of dreams, means to be this
    $200 17
Based in Overland Park, Kan., the Natl. Association of this trade has 6000 members, do I hear 6100?
    $400 8
He contributed an article on Fascism to the "Encyclopedia Italiana"
    $400 19
His 1281 goals are the most recorded for a pro soccer player
    $400 3
Oxide commonly used on scraped knees & dark roots
    $400 13
While in Greek myths, Zeus cheated on Hera, in Rome Jupiter was unfaithful to her
    DD: $500 18
Johns Hopkins uses x-ray film of 1 of these performers to help those with esophagus problems
    $600 9
Started in 1768, its original subtitle was "A Dictionary of Arts & Sciences Compiled on a New Plan"
    $600 20
They've gone longer than any major league club without winning a World Series -- almost 80 years
    $600 4
Cosmology is a branch of metaphysics or, to astronomers, the origin & structure of this
    $600 14
Anthropomorphic gods resembled man, while theriomorphic gods resembled these
    $600 21
Term for the person who operates the controls to set the trains on the right tracks
    $800 10
In 1961, this youth-oriented work became 1st encyclopedia to be published in Braille
    $800 24
Though 13 of his old KO's were recently thrown out, with 132 he still has the most in boxing history
    $800 5
He had already won a Nobel Prize before his famous studies of conditioned reflexes
    DD: $500 15
Soma was god, Isis & Artemis goddesses of this in Indian, Egyptian & Greek mythology respectively
    $800 22
On TV, job of Ray K. Fenwick & William Preston
    $1000 11
"Encyclopedia" comes from Greek "enkyklios" meaning "general" & "paideia" meaning this
    $1000 25
This kicker & quarterback scored 2002 points, the most in pro football history
    $1000 6
Born in 1861, this scientist worked with Henry Ford to make rubber from milk of goldenrod
    $1000 16
Tisiphone, the blood avenger; Alecto, the persevering avenger; & Magaera, the jealous
    $1000 23
After 5 years, Nina Blackwood & J.J. Jackson have stopped performing this function on cable TV

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Judith Fran
$5,800 -$200 $2,900
(lock-tie game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

They're the only father-daughter pair to have had Billboard #1 hits both individually & as a duet

Final scores:

John Judith Fran
$5,800 -$200 $5,800
New co-champion: $5,800 2nd place: Trip to St. Thomas of U.S. Virgin Islands New co-champion: $5,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Judith Fran
$6,800 -$200 $3,000
20 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
5 R,
3 W
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $9,600

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Game tape date: 1986-11-18
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