Show #704 - Thursday, October 1, 1987


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Brian Lipson, a student from Woodland Hills, California

Eileen Harrsch, a geologist from Denver, Colorado

Heywood Sobel, an engineer from Mar Vista, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
This group not only founded Salt Lake City, but also Mesa, Arizona
    $100 12
In "Romeo & Juliet" Juliet delivers the famous oxymoron, "Parting is" this
    $100 17
A 1986 Good Housekeeping survey showed this animal is the top U.S. pet
    $100 22
Of tinker, tailor, soldier, or spy, the one who headed NBC for 5 years, 1981-86
    $100 4
In the Lord's Prayer, item requested following "Give us this day..."
    $100 1
It can precede family, war, or energy
    $200 7
It's been called "40 suburbs in search of a city", "Smogville", & "La-La Land"
    $200 13
For a big appetite, you might order a seafood cocktail made with these large shellfish
    $200 18
A USA Today poll published in early May, 1987 said 3% of adults polled never see this relative
    $200 23
Kevin Wendle & Garth Ancier, responsible for this new 4th network's shows, are 28 & 29 yrs. old respectively
    $200 24
In the Psalms, David said "Yea, though I walk through" this valley, "I will fear no evil"
    $200 2
Rubens was famous for painting full-bodied females in this state
    $300 8
New England city in which about 1850, Ephraim W. Bull developed a popular table grape
    $300 14
A polyethylene water tumbler
    $300 19
Of Oreos, lamb chops, or popcorn, food judged in a survey for Korbel as going well with champagne
    $300 25
Some 20 times in the Bible, the land of Canaan is described as "flowing with" these
    $300 3
Something annoying, unpleasant, or obnoxious, such as your neighbor's kid, not yours
    $400 9
State which includes a port city named for co-founder Henry M. Shreve
    DD: $600 15
Headlines of long ago
    $400 20
45% of vice presidents & personnel directors surveyed said this was the worst day of the week
    $400 26
The 1st thing God is quoted in the Bible as saying
    $400 5
While Mayan Indians used dots & lines for these, Romans used letters
    $500 10
Oldest surviving tobacco shop in U.S. is in this city for which 2 brands of cigarettes were named
    $500 16
From French, it's the term for a mentally disabled person who shows extraordinary talent in 1 area
    $500 21
In a survey of Calif. state university students, only 10% could identify this man on the $10 bill
    $500 11
A subtle distinction or variation, especially in color

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Heywood Eileen Brian
$1,200 $1,600 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Heywood Eileen Brian
$3,400 $1,600 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
This, Beethoven's last symphony, was premiered after only 2 rehearsals
    $200 18
The largest crowd ever for a tennis match assembled at this Texas stadium in 1973
    $200 1
Top Axis leader whose corpse was hung head down outside a garage at the end of the war
    $200 6
Records go back to the 4th cent. B.C. of people found guilty of dealing in this
    DD: $500 7
Heard here, he was 1st major black performer to host a prime time TV network variety series:

"They tried to tell us we're too young..."
    $200 12
Arlene Dahl's famous son, his dad Fernando might have told him, "You look mahvelous"
    $400 23
At 1st rejected by the French army as too small, Ravel later became a truck driver in this war
    $400 19
Term for a slow, lofted shot
    $400 2
In 1943, his partisan forces gave him the title "Marshal of Yugoslavia"
    $400 17
Decade in which the price of 1st-class postage stamps in U.S. broke into double digits by going up to 10ยข
    $400 8
Emmett Ashford was the first black man to be one of these in the major leagues
    $400 13
This English author was called "Lorenzo" by his friends, & probably by "Women in Love" with him, too
    $600 24
Some experts believe Schumann, Mahler, & this composer of the "Messiah" were manic-depressives
    $600 20
The 1st time an Eastern European nation won the Davis Cup was when this country beat Italy in 1980
    $600 3
World War II broke out in Europe just 9 days after Germany signed a non-aggression pact with this country
    $600 9
This trumpeter called his autobiography "to Be or Bop"
    $600 14
He not only co-produced "Rhoda", he played Carlton, her doorman
    DD: $500 25
2 of 3 works by Respighi with "Rome" or "Roman" in the title
    $800 21
The net crosses this number of parallel lines on a standard tennis court
    $800 4
Ordered by FDR from Philippines, MacArthur made his famous "I shall return" pledge from this S. Pacific ally
    $800 10
1st black congressman from a southern state, she was 1st black keynote speaker at a Dem. nat'l convention
    $800 15
He dedicated his treatise "The Prince" to Lorenzo the Magnificent's grandson Lorenzo
    $1000 26
In 1953, this 18-year-old called "Little Mo" became 1st woman to win all 4 grand slam events in the same year
    $1000 5
"Anschluss" was the term for the 1938 forced union of these 2 countries
    $1000 11
Born a slave in N.Y., I. Van Wagener worked for both abolition & women's rights using this unusual name
    $1000 16
Renaissance family to which both "Lorenzo the Magnificent" & his grandson belonged

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Heywood Eileen Brian
$9,000 $4,000 $3,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Last third-party presidential candidate to carry any state

Final scores:

Heywood Eileen Brian
$9,900 $50 $7,000
2-day champion: $13,900 3rd place: Silent Thunder Eyvind Earle seriograph + computerized or box version of Jeopardy! 2nd place: a trip on Eastern to Caribbean & Windjammer Barefoot Cruises to Bahamas + computerized or box version of Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Heywood Eileen Brian
$8,800 $4,000 $3,700
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R,
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 1987-06-22
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