Show #721 - Monday, October 26, 1987


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Carol Cling, a journalist from Las Vegas, Nevada

Tim Kozel, an attorney from Los Angeles, California

John Lamb, a savings and loan executive originally from New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Danny Kaye was well known for his work with this U.N. agency
    $100 3
Of the order "Carnivora", it's presently the largest African carnivore
    $100 9
If an ace, king, queen, jack & 10 of a suit make a royal flush, you're playing this kind of solitaire
    $100 17
A race is run in Daviess County every fall by these "fall" poultry, & the winner doesn't get eaten
    $100 12
Shoot down at least 5 enemy aircraft, including airships or observation balloons
    $100 2
A Boy Scout gets them as a sign of merit
    $200 8
Each member nation may have up to 5 representatives in this body
    $200 5
These, not khaki fatigues, provide the leopard camouflage
    $200 13
In "clock", one pile is put in the center, & this many piles dealt in a circle around it
    $200 18
Since Parke County has 34 of these quaint bridges, a yearly festival is held for them
    $200 25
On his WWII plane, German ace Gen. A. Galland had a picture of him, America's most popular cartoon star
    $200 4
It "flowed" between the Hatfields & McCoys
    $300 21
The son of this wealthy U.S. industrialist donated the site for U.N. headquarters
    $300 6
This New World big cat, Panthera onca, swims & climbs well but usually stalks prey on the ground
    $300 14
Name shared by a type of solitaire & the song you might hum when playing it on New Year's Eve
    $300 19
Not surprisingly, the name for this Indiana town came to its inhabitants on Christmas Eve 1851
    $300 26
WWI ace Frank Luke was the 1st U.S. airman honored with this medal
    $300 7
A region of rugged terrain, or a 1973 film that followed Martin Sheen & Sissy Spacek into such terrain
    DD: $600 22
U.S. president who was present at the signing of the U.N. Charter
    $400 10
After a kill, this central organ is generally the only one a tiger will not eat
    $400 27
In "klondike", these four cards are put above the tableau as foundation cards
    $400 20
About 1920, Detroit began replacing this city as the leading producer of automobiles
    $400 15
The residence of England's Duke of Beaufort gave this game its name
    $500 23
One of the very 1st acts of the U.N. was establishing a commission to control this energy
    $500 11
Unlike most big cats, this, also known as the hunting leopard, is active during the day
    $500 28
Generally, these 2 cards aren't used to play solitaire
    $500 24
A southern Indiana farm, now a national memorial, is where this president grew to manhood
    $500 16
Used once, it's a town in Austria, & twice it's a spa in West Germany

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

John Tim Carol
-$100 $500 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Tim Carol
$2,400 $1,100 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 24
Astronomical body in the title "Clair De Lune"
    $200 29
The layer of fertile material surrounding the core in a breeder reactor, or Linus' source of security
    $200 3
When not encased in a bun, this meat can be called "Salisbury steak"
    $200 4
Supposedly, Sen. Joe McCarthy called this Democrat "Senator Halfbright"
    $200 7
1938 film "bio" of Sir Robin of Locksley
    $200 12
In 1987, it was April 17
    DD: $2,000 30
Title of the symphonic fairy tale by Prokofiev from which the following is taken:
    $400 28
This process is the reverse of evaporation
    $400 17
Of Dr. Pepper, Orange Crush or Coca-Cola, the oldest
    $400 5
The person who called her "The Untamed Heifer" was executed; perhaps she preferred "Good Queen Bess"
    $400 9
Title of the 1978 film about an American who escapes a Turkish prison is Turkish slang for "escape"
    $400 16
This ice cream company was bought by Lipton in 1961
    $600 27
Performed in 1671, "Pomone" by Robert Cambert was the 1st of these in French
    DD: $1,100 1
Traditionally, the visible spectrum is divided into this number of color regions
    $600 23
During the Renaissance, this sweetener was very expensive & was sold in pharmacies as a medicine
    $600 6
When he became Nixon's White House chief of staff, this gen. was called "The New Haldeman"
    $600 10
Though the 2nd movie about Harry Callahan, it wasn't called "Dirty Harry II"
    $600 19
He went to Russia as part of a 1962 cultural exchange program, licorice stick & all
    $800 25
Brahms "Wiegenlied" is often known in the U.S. by this infantile title
    $800 8
Archimedes knew if the upthrust on an object in fluid equals the object's weight, the object will do this
    $800 20
Roots of this common yellow-flowered weed are roasted & used as a coffee substitute
    $800 14
Facts on File says "The Kid's Killer" was a left-handed compliment for this Old West lawman
    $800 11
According to title of a 1984 film, thoroughfare where you'd be likely to find "Danny Rose"
    $800 21
You might finnish a conversation in Finnish with .."Hyvasti", which means this
    $1000 26
The 2 string family instruments needed to perform a piano trio
    $1000 2
Degaussing is neutralizing this kind of field in an object by using an equal & opposite field
    $1000 18
A peach half with vanilla ice cream in the center, covered with raspberry sauce
    $1000 15
Caesar had his Brutus, Charles I his Cromwell, & George III had him, "The Voice of the Revolution"
    $1000 13
Based on Somerset Maugham's "Rain", this Rita Hayworth movie was originally in 3-D
    $1000 22
It forms a trilogy along with "Sons" & "A House Divided"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Tim Carol
$5,400 $2,600 $12,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This animal in Dixon Merritt's limerick "can take in his beak food enough for a week"

Final scores:

John Tim Carol
$10,800 $5,200 $13,201
2nd place: Jenn-Air grill range & Le Creuset cookware 3rd place: Casio electronic typewriter New champion: $13,201

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Tim Carol
$5,200 $3,700 $10,400
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,300

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Game tape date: 1987-08-24
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