Show #691 - Monday, September 14, 1987


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Walt Meyer, a writer and motel desk clerk originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pam Cromley, a computer analyst from Blue Springs, Missouri

Ted Cooperstein, a lawyer originally from Potomac, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,901)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
"My country, 'tis of thee..."
    $100 17
He is the reigning prince of Monaco
    $100 3
The 1st public presentation of these awards was held in 1929 in the Blossom Room of Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel
    $100 20
His first "jeans" made in 1853, were neither blue nor denim, but brown & canvas
    $100 1
It was named after its co-inventor John Thompson, an American Army officer
    $100 7
Having this number of corners gave the tricorn hat its name
    $200 12
"O beautiful for spacious skies..."
    $200 16
Bhumibol Adulyadej, not Yul Brynner, current rules this country
    $200 9
In 1960, the 1st of these was laid on Hollywood Boulevard
    $200 26
On the back of his 1984 album cover, he's wearing blue jeans with a red baseball cap in the right rear pocket
    $200 2
Weapon that was the trademark of Lash LaRue
    $200 8
Minimum number of people needed to form a "nuclear family"
    $300 21
"Hey, there! Stella, baby!"
    $300 13
OPEC nation ruled by King Fahd ibn Abd al-Aziz
    $300 10
In 1932, actress Peg Entwhistle leapt to her death from the "H" in this
    $300 27
A huge billboard in Italy parodied this artist's work with God offering a naked Adam a pair of jeans
    $300 4
They are also called "knuckle-dusters"
    $300 18
According to the best seller & 1950s TV series title, number of lives led by Herbert A. Philbrick
    $400 22
"Half a league, half a league, half a league onward, all in the Valley of Death rode the six hundred...“
    $400 14
It's ruled by King Olav V
    $400 25
1921 was the 1st year this amphitheatre held its spectacular Easter sunrise service
    $400 28
Take a stab at the name of these blue jeans whose label is punctuated with a question mark
    $400 5
From the Czech "houfnice" meaning "catapult", it's a cannon that shoots with a high trajectory
    $400 19
In its entire-52-year history, the New Yorker magazine has had only this many different editors
    $500 23
"It was many and many a year ago, in a kingdom by the sea..."
    $500 15
Since 1951, King Baudouin I has ruled this nation
    $500 30
To see real stars, go to this famed observatory, where tourists have star-gazed since 1935
    DD: $500 29
Like 501s, this 1979 Top 20 hit is considered a classic:

"Money talks / But it don't sing and dance and it don't walk / And long as I can have you here with me / I much rather be..."
    $500 6
The instruments of murder in this 1978 Jacqueline Bisset film were all food related
    $500 24
Total number of times the number 3 has been the correct response in this category

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

Ted Pam Walt
$500 $700 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ted Pam Walt
$4,500 $1,600 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Thomas Jonathan Jackson earned this famous nickname at the 1st Battle of Bull Run
    $200 17
Tandy computers are sold exclusively through stores with this name
    $200 14
Parts of these can include the tray tines, bay tines, brow tines, & top points
    $200 6
Only Vatican City has fewer people than Nauru & Tuvalu, island nations found in this ocean
    $200 21
English translation of the Mozart title 'Die Zauberflote"
    $200 7
Aural jewelry
    $400 2
Closest Confederate state to Washington, D.C., it wasn't readmitted to the Union until 1870
    $400 18
In March '87, Apple introduced the Macintosh SE, the 1st Mac considered a "clone" of this industry "standard"
    $400 19
Since they smell like this, male Pampas deer should have no problems warding off vampires
    $400 10
The 3 islands within San Francisco city limits are Treasure, Yerba Buena & this
    $400 24
Based on "The Beggar's Opera", "The Threepenny Opera" is set not in Germany but in this English-speaking city
    $400 8
The type of sea duck whose soft down is used to stuff quilts
    $600 5
He wound up as an insurance salesman after his famous "Charge" at Gettysburg
    $600 27
Of printed out, erased, or stored, what you've done if you've "dumped" all the info that's in the core
    $600 20
Though man has now introduced some species here, deer are not indigenous to this continent
    $600 11
Tierra del Fuego, separated from South America by the Strait of Magellan, is shared by these 2 countries
    $600 25
After WWI, Schoenberg developed a composition system based on this number of tones
    $600 9
The secnd largest city in Alberta
    $800 3
Henry Wirz, commander of this prison where some 13,000 died, was hanged for murder in 1865
    DD: $2,000 28
It's the "M" in RAM or ROM
    $800 22
Found in northern latitudes, this largest member of the deer family can weight close to a ton
    $800 12
While Indonesia has over 13,000 islands, two-thirds of the people live on this 1
    $800 26
In 1914, this composer of "Babes in Toyland" helped to found ASCAP
    DD: $1,000 15
Your gullet
    $1000 4
The Great Seal of the confederacy pictured this president on horseback
    $1000 29
This computer has "starred" in 2 films, one in 1968 & its sequel in 1984
    $1000 23
Deer are this type of mammal, named from Latin for "to chew the cud"
    $1000 13
Britain's northernmost point is this group of Scottish islands north of the Orkneys
    $1000 16
Richard the Lion-Hearted's mother

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ted Pam Walt
$9,100 $800 $3,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Al-Aqsa Mosque & Dome of the Rock now stand on this ancient building's site

Final scores:

Ted Pam Walt
$7,250 $1 $1,700
3-day champion: $26,151 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer 2nd place: trip on Continental to New York & stay at the Halloran House

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ted Pam Walt
$9,100 $2,800 $3,400
26 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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Game tape date: 1987-06-16
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