Show #550 - Friday, January 16, 1987


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JoFrannye Reichert, a logistician from Yellow Springs, Ohio

Mike Williams, a teacher originally from Huntington, West Virginia

Justin Culkowski, a college administrator originally from Buffalo, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
Name of a famous hill in Cuba, or the Puerto Rican capital
    $100 2
The Light Brigade found these "to the right of them", "to the left of them", & "in front of them"
    $100 23
Fortunately, this method of calming bees hasn't been banned by the Surgeon General
    $100 13
In 1939 his Hyde Park, N.Y. presidential library became 1st to be separate from Library of Congress
    $100 6
She was awarded her 1986 Female Pop Vocal Grammy Award by her cousin Dionne
    $100 19
To feel ill, or a heavy beer
    $200 15
You can chalk up the fact these towns in Delaware & England share the same name
    $200 1
Weapon Don Quixote used to tilt at the windmill
    $200 27
Term for the large bunch of bees that, along with the queen, are on the move to a new colony
    $200 12
This service began in the U.S. using a horse-drawn wagon
    $200 7
"Midnight Train to Georgia" was originally called "Midnight Plane to..." this Texas city
    $200 20
Hunting for Moby or the wall in Jerusalem
    $300 16
Nevada's oldest permanent white settlement, or the birthplace of Columbus
    $300 4
Snappy nickname for congressional party leaders' assistants
    $300 28
Of the worker, drone, or queen, the honeybee with the largest brain
    $300 14
This university library w/more than 10 million books has just 1 of the 100s donated by its namesake in 1638
    $300 8
In 1977 she spent a week on the top of the Top 40 chart with "Don't Leave Me That Way"
    $300 21
Carry something down the passageway
    $400 17
Name of the "twin cities" on the Arkansas-Texas border
    $400 3
The name of this large heavy knife is a diminutive of the Spanish "macho", meaning "hammer" or "ax"
    $400 25
You can get film strips from this branch of the L.A. Library or go next door & watch girls strip
    $400 9
After his death in 1950, his recording of "September Song" became a big hit
    $400 22
A singer named Frankie or a street name Penny
    $500 18
Island off New Jersey or Argentina, but Argentines call it "Isla de los Estados"
    DD: $500 5
Last names of old west gunmaking pair Horace & Daniel B.
    $500 26
Under the Dewey Decimal System all books in this general class are in the 800s
    $500 10
After "Phoenix" & "Wichita", it was Glen Campbell's 3rd Top 40 hit with a city in the title
    $500 24
To discover by chance, or penalized monetarily

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Justin Mike JoFrannye
$600 $1,200 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Mike JoFrannye
$800 $2,300 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
It's also what Cleopatra's attendant Charmian used to commit suicide
    $200 11
Its symbol is the map of the world inside olive branches, for peace
    $200 6
The term for the official residence of an ambassador
    $200 23
A teepee, or last 4 words of "The Star Spangled Banner"
    $200 1
Senator Jake Garn donated one of his to be transplanted to his daughter Susan
    $200 3
This comedienne recently sued a Vegas female impersonator for using her copyrighted jokes in his act
    $400 19
Romeo wished to be a glove on Juliet's hand so that he might touch this part of her
    $400 13
Type of money whose symbol is a script "L" with a crossbar
    $400 7
In the U.S. the Constitution gives the holder of this office the power to pardon
    DD: $500 24
The 4-word phrase with which this man used to surprise people:
    $400 2
Part of the body where one would find the plantar arch
    $400 4
A D.C. hotel said death threats caused him to sneak in wearing women's clothes before his 1861 inauguration
    $600 20
In this play, the twins of Antipholus & Dromio are also named Antipholus & Dromio
    $600 14
The 4 firms that made up the Auto Union Company are symbolized in this automaker's 4-ring logo
    $600 8
The high seas territorial limit for U.S. was originally set at this, their range of cannons at the time
    $600 25
With few muscles attached to the "pinna", humans find it hard to move or wiggle this
    $600 5
He was "Dressed to Kill" Angie Dickinson
    DD: $1,300 21
The only two Italian cities mentioned in titles, they both begin with "V"
    $800 15
This national airline's symbol is a female shamrock
    $800 9
Nickname for appropriation bills that are "pieces of bacon" for a congressman's "folks back home"
    $800 17
In 1986 film, this "St. Elsewhere" star found himself in "A Fine Mess" dressed as a maid
    $1000 22
The rightful Duke of Milan in "The Tempest", he says "We are such stuff as dreams are made on"
    $1000 16
A diagonal line in the box in the upper right of the frame on the scoresheet
    $1000 10
Russian term for a council or deliberative body
    $1000 18
In 1941 film "Charley's Aunt" he impersonates his aunt from Brazil (where the nuts come from)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Mike JoFrannye
$3,800 $6,000 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Site of half the major battles, this state is considered the war's chief battleground

Final scores:

Justin Mike JoFrannye
$300 $8,000 $100
2nd place: Emerson 25" stereo color TV & Ventura luggage New champion: $8,000 3rd place: Tappan SureCook microwave

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Justin Mike JoFrannye
$3,800 $6,500 $2,900
10 R,
0 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,200

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Game tape date: 1986-10-14
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