Show #727 - Tuesday, November 3, 1987

Kate Waits game 1.


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Bruce Howarth, an advertising executive from Tampa, Florida

Kate Waits, a law professor from Albany, New York

Ken Freedman, a professional snake handler from Long Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 22
Only amendment ratified by conventions, not state legislatures, was the 21st, repealing this
    $100 5
Professional name of Rocco Machegiano
    $100 11
Gallomania means you have an excessive interest, not in wine, but in this country noted for wine
    $100 23
Tom 1st met her when, for a punishment, he was sent to sit on the girls' side of the classroom
    $100 28
A "pseudonymous" person uses a false one
    $100 1
Mary Louise Streep
    $200 29
The 16th Amendment was passed because the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution forbade this tax
    $200 6
Before a horse can race, an ID number must be tattooed under this body part
    $200 13
Kids might drive parents to trichotillomania, the impulse to pull out this
    $200 24
Form of transport commandeered by Tom when he ran away from home with Huck & Joe
    $200 30
A cylindrical structure for storing silage
    $200 2
Sari Gabor
    $300 12
What the Constitution calls "the militia" is now called this
    $300 8
Sport featured in the 1987 film "Hoosiers"
    $300 14
Most women would love husbands who have doromania, the compulsion to do this & not just at Christmas
    $300 17
It was 30 yards long, 9 feet high, & put Tom in a melancholy mood
    $300 25
To "inhume" means to do this
    $300 4
Mary Tomlinson, better known as "Ma Kettle"
    $400 10
The Constitution allowed Congress to ban the importation of these, but not until the year 1808
    $400 3
2 types of competition in this sport are "speed" & "figure"
    $400 15
Hippomania is the obsession for these animals
    $400 20
Of Sam, Sid, or Irving, the name of Tom's half brother
    $400 26
Any place of great spiritual suffering, named for the garden in Mark 14
    $400 18
Lillian de Guiche
    $500 9
This cannot be raised or lowered during a President's term in office
    $500 7
Sport using a hollow, white celluoid ball, about 4 ⅝" in circumference & 2.5 grams in weight
    DD: $900 16
Often one is asleep & therefore unaware that he is suffering from bruxomania, which is this
    $500 21
Character that died after being locked in McDougal's Cave
    $500 27
This word probably means "flat-nosed" in Spanish but also refers toa tortila chip topped w/cheese
    $500 19
Gary Hartpence

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Ken Kate Bruce
$200 $2,800 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Kate Bruce
$1,300 $5,000 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: All of the responses are words that have "Q", but no "U". Use--we're so used to seeing the "U" following the "Q". Not in this case.)
    $200 14
The correct name of this country's capital is Krung Thep, though foreigners call it Bangkok
    $200 12
Sondheim musical based on a Bergman film, not Mozart's "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"
    $200 1
It churns & kneads food for several hours, turning it into a mass called chyme
    $200 18
At 1st this job aboard a galley was considered honorable; later, slaves & POWs were used
    $200 22
"Oeufs poches"
    $200 8
Australia's national airline
    $400 15
1 of 2 national capitals that begin with the letter "J"
    DD: $2,500 13
I. Berlin wrote songs & Rodgers & Hammerstein 1st produced this show featuring the following:

"Anything you can do, I can do better! /
I can do anything better than you!"
    $400 4
Only visible when a cell divides, they carry your genes
    $400 19
A flat-bottomed boat, it's also the term for a float on a seaplane
    $400 23
The word used in Paris to order sherbet
    $400 9
This "flaky" leader's name can be spelled with K, G, or Q without U
    $600 24
Of Vientiane, Valletta, or Vienna, the one that's not a European capital
    $600 2
By directing, writing & starring in "Little Johnny Jones", he gave his regards to B'way
    $600 5
The trachea divides into 2 bronchi, which, upon entering these, divide into bronchioles
    $600 20
Nelson's flagship at Trafalgar, its name was appropriate, since he won
    $600 27
To get this dessert in Paris, you'd have to order "pudding au pain"
    $600 10
If you were playing a riqq in an Egyptian band, you'd be making music by shaking & banging this
    $800 25
In the near future Abuja, a planned city will replace Lagos as this country's capital
    $800 3
Lerner & Loewe were inspired by a Bret Harte story to write this musical about a Calif. gold strike
    $800 6
The malleus, incus & stapes bones are better known by these 3 names
    $800 21
Shape of the oldest known sails
    $800 28
"Boudins de lapin" are sausages made from this animal's meat
    $800 16
"QWERTY" refers to the usual arrangement of the letters on this
    $1000 26
Name of this capital means "end of elephant's trunk" because it sits where the 2 Niles join
    $1000 11
Ironically, this 1979 musical about "The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" flopped in London
    $1000 7
Your sclera is normally this color
    $1000 30
Company which commissioned the Lusitania
    $1000 29
Often sauteed "a la provencale", these are sometimes called "nymphs' thighs"
    DD: $500 17
The 2 Mideast countries that fit this category, 1 begins & 1 ends with "Q"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Kate Bruce
$7,100 $8,100 $2,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

3 of the states that have areas known as "panhandles"

Final scores:

Ken Kate Bruce
$12,100 $14,201 $3,600
2nd place: trip to Washington, D.C. & stay at the Madison Hotel + the Jeopardy! home game (boxed or computerized) New champion: $14,201 + the Jeopardy! home game (boxed or computerized) 3rd place: Magnavox Video Escort camera + the Jeopardy! home game (boxed or computerized)

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ken Kate Bruce
$7,100 $5,600 $3,300
18 R,
5 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
10 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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Game tape date: 1987-08-25
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