Show #591 - Monday, March 16, 1987

John Ryan game 3.


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Jackson Wheeler, a program manager from Ventura, California

Sara Fox, a playwright from Chicago, Illinois

John Ryan, a student from Santa Barbara, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In July 1099, crusaders stormed this holy city, killing its Muslim & Jewish inhabitants
    $100 14
Dreyer's ice cream insured this part of its official taster's body for a cool ¼ million bucks
    $100 20
The black rhino's pointed lip lets it eat leaves, but the white rhino's square lip lets it graze on this
    $100 3
Word usually paired with "jeebies"
    $100 11
Shake a mercury-filled glass tube, insert under tongue, wait 2-3 minutes, remove, & read
    $200 7
Legend says an Etruscan family, the Tarquins, ruled this "Eternal City" from 616 to 510 B.C.
    $200 22
Mead is made by fermenting a mixture of water & this insect product
    $200 21
Hyraxes turn their feet into suction pads, allowing them to climb these objects among which they live
    $200 4
A home for rabbits or a partner for Starsky
    $200 12
Call Western Union, tie it to a pigeon leg, or find an Indian with a fire & a blanket
    $300 1
Because of his Albanian descent, some said this king, deposed in 1952, was not a true Egyptian
    $300 23
Though the formula is a secret, it's said yellow chartreuse gets its color from this yellow "rice" spice
    $300 26
"Sports is like war without the killing," remarked this creator of the Goodwill Games
    $300 17
With males weighing up to a ton, some say the gaur is the largest wild variety of these farm animals
    $300 8
Men's suit pattern with rows of short, slanted parallel lines, or what grandma Rose nearly choked on
    $300 13
Turn it over to let H2SO4 mix with a sodium bicarb solution, making CO2 to force spray out of hose
    $400 2
In 1570, Pius V issued a papal bull which excommunicated & tried to depose this English queen
    $400 24
Though its name means "English soup", Italian zuppa inglese is eaten during this part of a meal
    $400 27
Told his foot was fractured, this pitcher reportedly said, "Fractured, hell! The damn thing's broken"
    $400 18
L.A. Zoo says this climbing great cat is, pound for pound, nature's most efficient killing machine
    $400 9
Evidence given based on reports of others, rather than a witness' own knowledge
    $400 15
Under the Recording Industry Association of America rules, sell 1 million singles
    $500 5
Circa 950, under Harald Bluetooth, this was 1st Scandinavian country unified under just 1 king
    $500 25
To make genuine espresso, force this through powdered coffee in a special machine
    DD: $300 28
Mark Twain said this game "is a walk spoiled"
    $500 19
Only 2 species of this family, "ursidae", are found south of the equator
    $500 10
Trough carried over the shoulder in which bricks are hauled
    $500 16
Strike a blank in a mint

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

John Sara Jackson
$300 $700 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Sara Jackson
$3,500 $1,200 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
After J. Lionel Cowen invented a tiny battery powered motor, he put it to work in this toy
    $200 25
Saudi Arabia has provided asylum to this former Ugandan dictator
    $200 15
It's considered Handel's most famous oratorio
    $200 2
The most bitter range wars featured cattlemen against men who raised these
    $200 10
The Encyclopedia Americana says this fruity color appears to be the warmest hue
    $200 1
Comic strip characters played on screen by Arthur Lake & Penny Singleton
    $400 18
This Grand Ole Opry star gave off a "Howdy" as she drove the 1st U.S.-built Sentra off the assembly line
    $400 28
Common in the Middle East, this cylindrical felt hat is named for a Moroccan city
    $400 19
Upon receiving a "gestopft" order, a French horn player will stick this part of her anatomy in the bell
    $400 3
Terms "soiled doves" & "painted pigeons" were slang for these
    $400 11
The tropical shrub & hence, the color named for Leonard Fuchs
    $400 5
William Powell & Myrna Loy played this Dashiell Hammett couple in 6 movies
    $600 4
It's said that it was B.F. Goodrich who coined this name for the hookless fastener
    $600 24
Origin & meaning of the name of this principal port of Israel is uncertain
    $600 20
It's common to refer to this composer's works by their "K." or Kochel number
    $600 8
It was easy to spot this sheriff of Dodge City because he was the best dressed man in town
    $600 12
Color of the "Threads" & "Needles" in title of the Springfields' 1962 hit
    $600 6
For "Coming Home" in 1978, they each won an Oscar for acting
    $800 7
In 1985, the Seminoles of Florida reported an income of $15.5 million from this game
    DD: $600 26
Middle Eastern language in which Eartha Kitt sings the following:

"Üsküdar'a gider iken aldi da bir yagmur..."
    $800 23
Name for the symbol used to show the pitch of a note is to be raised a half step higher
    $800 9
At Old Adobe Hotel in Hot Springs, N.M., July 27, 1879, these 2 legendary outlaws met over dinner
    $800 13
A "cyanotic" person has circulation problems which turn his skin "cyan", this color
    DD: $1,000 21
The 2 actresses who have been paired with Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones adventures
    $1000 16
Victor A. Iannidinardo founded a chain of health spas under this name
    $1000 27
Petra, where huge temples & tombs are carved into cliff walls, is tourist attraction in this country
    $1000 29
In what was probably his most unusual case, Judge Roy Bean fined 1 of these $40
    $1000 14
French for "cherry" it also means "cherry-colored" in English
    $1000 22
They were 1st paired when "Flying Down to Rio" in 1933

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Sara Jackson
$6,900 $4,400 $2,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This socially conservative European country didn't give women the vote until '71

Final scores:

John Sara Jackson
$13,400 $100 $1,300
3-day champion: $34,500 3rd place: 25" remote control color TV with Service Merchandise gift certificate 2nd place: Maytag washer & dryer + Donvier ice cream maker

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Sara Jackson
$7,700 $5,400 $2,800
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,900

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Game tape date: 1986-11-19
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