Show #688 - Wednesday, September 9, 1987


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Gail Waterman, a librarian originally from Newfield, New Jersey

Steve Burnside, a utility systems operator from Anaheim, California

Brenda Berstler, a homemaker from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
Before turning Protestant, Martin Luther was a monk & the vocation of his future wife was this
    $100 16
It's said 18th c. ladies wore special heavy nightcaps to keep these rodents from gnawing on their hairdos
    $100 14
Now 44, Michael Philip Jagger sang lead for this band for 24 years
    $100 20
North American mainland country which straddles the Tropic of Cancer
    $100 6
"I went to the fight the other night, & a hockey game broke out," said this "Lite" comedian
    $100 1
On Good Friday 1986, the London Times published the right clues for this, but the wrong grid
    $200 10
With over 52 million members, it's the largest single religious body in the U.S.
    $200 25
Pillows worn under gowns were all the rage when Marie Antoinette was in this condition
    $200 15
In 1969, this group released their revolutionary rock opera "Tommy" as a 2-record set
    $200 21
This nation's "Shrine of the Book" houses the Dead Sea Scrolls
    $200 7
Green Bay Packer coach who said, "If you aren't fired with enthusiasm, you'll be fired with enthusiasm"
    $200 2
On March 2, 1987, the National Weather Service mistakenly said Rockford, Ill. was demolished by one of these
    $300 11
When banks in Pakistan began operating by Islamic principles, they could no longer do this
    $300 19
Group whose song titles included "Do The Freddie" & album titles, "Frantic Freddie"
    $300 22
Its chief port is Casablanca
    $300 8
UCLA basketball coach who said, "It's not so important who starts the game, but who finishes it"
    $300 3
After a misprint, Continental gave free airfare to 1st 100 in Worcester, Mass. who could spell this right
    DD: $500 12
She turned down Louis Armstrong's offer to sing jazz: "God put me here to sing the gospels" [Piano opening plays] "Gonna lay down my sword and shield / Down by the riverside..."
    $400 23
In the famous play, "Charlie's Aunt" was from this country "where the nuts come from"
    $400 17
Sportswit quotes Reggie Jackson as saying "I'd rather hit than have" this
    $400 4
When "Jeopardy!" said this city's "Globe-Democrat" was folding, it thrived; when we said it was okay, it folded
    $500 13
South African Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu is an archbishop in this church
    $500 24
This food crop, Burma's most important, is pictured on its flag
    $500 18
Of this, Erma Bombeck said she avoids "any sport with ambulances at the bottom of the hill"
    $500 5
Phil Collins his schedule to sing this song on the '85 Oscar telecast but was never asked to appear

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Brenda Steve Gail
$800 -$100 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brenda Steve Gail
$500 -$200 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
Jefferson was known for extending the U.S. national domain west to this natural boundary
    $200 7
The first telecast from this building was made in 1947 when Truman spoke to U.S. about food conservation
    $200 4
In real life, Freud studied this drug; in fiction, he cured Sherlock Holmes' addiction to it
    $200 13
When French troops came across these in Spain, they called them this, French for "little cigars"
    $200 5
It's said this word for a standard of purity comes from German coiners called Easterlings
    $400 19
Lord who, in 1632, became proprietor of the English colony of Maryland
    $400 8
In 1949, this gov't agency tried to ban TV quiz show giveaways as violation of lottery laws
    $400 9
Freud said people kept painful memories out of conscious awareness by this type of "mechanism"
    $400 14
In the '60s, this cigarette's reminded us, "It's what's up front that counts"
    $400 6
The mountain cranberry
    $600 20
The Compromise of 1820 said Maine would be admitted as a free state & this as a slave state
    $600 10
The use of this to record programs began in 1956
    DD: $700 1
Freud's theories divided the human mind into these 3 parts
    $600 15
Famed 20th cent. statesman who called smoking cigars a "sacred rite"
    $600 23
All inhabitants of our planet, even you
    DD: $300 21
The XYZ Affair strained relations between the U.S. & this country
    $800 27
Japanese experts have successfully grown these blossoms from 1000 year old seeds
    $800 11
In 1949, Louis McManus won a special award for his original design of this award
    $800 2
Freud developed this analytic technique that allowed patients to say whatever came to mind
    $800 16
America's biggest cigarette manufacturer, they now also give us Oreos
    $800 25
A specialist in Quechua, Urdu, Kurdish & Uzbek, for example
    $1000 22
Chartered in 1629, legislature of this state is still called by the colonial name, the General Court
    $1000 24
Carotenoids produce the yellow in daffodils, the red in tomatoes, & this vitamin in animals
    $1000 12
In 1963, this replaced CONELRAD
    $1000 3
While undergoing self-analysis, he wrote this, the best known of his works
    $1000 17
Name of this type of cigar, from Latin for "bread", means a "long thin biscuit"
    $1000 26
Commoners who sat in the cheap section of an Elizabethan theater

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brenda Steve Gail
$2,800 $1,300 $600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of only 2 landlocked countries behind the Iron Curtain

Final scores:

Brenda Steve Gail
$3,100 $0 $0
2-day champion: $13,600 2nd place: Allen Smith entertainment center & Magnavox 20" TV 3rd place: Bushnell telescope

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brenda Steve Gail
$3,100 $1,200 $1,100
17 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
11 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $5,400

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Game tape date: 1987-06-15
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