Show #672 - Tuesday, July 7, 1987

Eric Berman game 4.


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Craig Miller, a pastor from San Bernardino, California

Mary Frechette, a registered nurse from Smithfield, Rhode Island

Eric Berman, a journalist from Crown Point, Indiana (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
The 1st publication to call itself a "magazine" was printed in 1731 in this country
    $100 18
Where "the Minnow" ran aground
    $100 1
Series that featured Sister Sixto, Sister Jacqueline & Sister Bertrille
    $100 24
1 of 2 countries, 1 Balkan, 1 Middle Eastern, with which the hora is associated
    $100 7
Of a barnacle, binnacle, or carbuncle, the one you'd find most useful aboard ship
    $100 16
Though the Bedlington terrier looks like this wooly mammal, it was bred to hunt foxes & badgers
    $200 10
In the early 20th c., this mid-morning institution was reputedly begun at an American Rolls-Royce factory
    $200 19
Lord Byron's poem "The Island" was based on this famous mutiny
    $200 2
Her resemblance to Carol Burnett led to role of Carol's kid sister Chrissy on "The Carol Burnett Show"
    DD: $200 25
It's the name of both this song & the dance done to it:
    $200 8
Of a witch, waterfowl, or way out, what you're looking for if you're looking for a egress
    $200 17
"The fastest mouse in all Mexico", his 2nd role was in a 1955 Oscar-winning cartoon
    $300 13
Introduced by brother of famed Civil War general, it was America's 1st antitrust law
    $300 20
1 of the 1st Pacific islands to be settled by Europeans, Guam was colonized by this country by the 1690s
    $300 3
This TV "Boy" had 3 younger sisters named Erin, Elizabeth & Mary Ellen
    $300 26
Many of this country's dances act out the life of god Krishna
    $300 9
Of a buttock, futtock, or fetlock, the 1 not found on a horse
    $300 23
Found primarily in Siberia, this species is the marten most valued for its fur
    $400 14
In 1938, Don Budge became 1st & only U.S. male to accomplish this feat in tennis
    $400 21
The name of this famous World War II site means "sulfur island" in Japanese
    $400 4
Dianne, Peggy, Kathy & Janet
    $400 11
Of ex parte, ex libris, or ex post facto, the 1 that's not a legal term
    $500 15
The 1st congregational church in America was founded by Wm. Bradford & this group he led
    $500 22
The 2nd largest island in the Mediterranean
    $500 6
The 2 stars of "Charlie's Angels" whose characters were sisters
    $500 12
Of polydactyl, polydipsic, or polydemic, what you'd be if you were stranded in the desert without water

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

Eric Mary Craig
$2,100 $500 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Mary Craig
$3,200 -$300 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Those are people names that are also place names.)
    $200 19
For the 1st inauguration, this book had been forgotten, so a copy was borrowed from a Masonic lodge
    $200 8
Tennessee Williams set "The Glass Menagerie" in this Missouri city where he grew up
    $200 1
Country band appropriately named since their "home's in Alabama"
    $200 6
In 1977, he became 1st person to be both president of USSR & head of the Communist party
    $200 22
Even though "nobody doesn't like" popsicles either, this company sold the division that makes them
    $200 14
Another name for the poisonous water moccasin snake of the Southeast U.S.
    $400 20
It's said his administration had fewer fed. workers than he had slaves here, at his own plantation
    $400 9
Geo. B. Shaw's "Heartbreak House" was inspired by this author's "3 Sisters" & "Cherry Orchard"
    $400 2
Named for NYC borough, the R&B group has been a "Shining Star" in music for 20 years
    $400 7
In 1959, posters of an actress in a bathing suit were painted over when this pope drove thru Rome
    $400 23
A new ad for a California hospital goes "Kidney stones? Who ya gotta call?..." These, of course
    $400 15
In song, they were located "Down in Louisiana just a mile from Texarkana"
    $600 21
This famous nickname 1st appeared in German on a U.S. calendar in 1778
    $600 10
Title of a Ferber-Kaufman play about struggling actresses, or where you'd bring them flowers
    $600 3
Folk trio that chose their name because Calypso music was in vogue when they formed
    DD: $600 13
Ironically, in the late '20s, the U.S. helped supervise elections in this Central American nation
    $600 24
If you need bucks while basking on a beach in Brazil, just look for 1 of these new "banco movels"
    $600 16
1970 film in which Dets. Gravedigger Jones & Coffin Ed Johnson expose bogus "back-to-Africa" scheme
    $800 25
In 1774 & 1775, Washington was a delegate to the 1st & 2nd sessions of this body
    DD: $1,200 11
Commedia dell'Arte sweetheart in the original Harlequin romances
    $800 4
John Ford Coley & this "Britisher" teamed in the '70s & found "Love Is The Answer"
    $800 27
On Aug. 30, 1914, the Germans made this capital the 1st major city bombed by airplane
    $800 17
This Colonial intellectual entered Harvard at age 12 & got his B.A. degree at 15
    $1000 26
This famous "speech" by Washington in 1796 was printed in a newspaper, not delivered publicly
    $1000 12
Abbie Cabot tempts her stepson Eben beneath the trees in this O'Neill tragedy
    $1000 5
"Almost Paradise", the love theme from "Footloose", was sung by Heart's Ann Wilson & this leading Loverboy
    $1000 18
Versions of biblical books in "modern translation with a Southern accent", by Clarence Jordan

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Mary Craig
$7,600 $1,500 $500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

3 of the 4 states with the highest lottery sales in dollars in calendar year 1986

Final scores:

Eric Mary Craig
$3,001 $1,001 $990
4-day champion: $37,101 2nd place: Pine Factory solid pine furniture + Zenith DeLights Series fun-sized 9" color TV 3rd place: Action recliners by Lane "Abby" classic Queen Anne recliner chair

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eric Mary Craig
$8,800 $1,500 $500
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
4 W
8 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $10,800

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Game tape date: 1987-03-04
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