Show #564 - Thursday, February 5, 1987

Contestants

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Wendy Keebler, a book manuscript editor from Oakland, New Jersey

Maggie Moe, a law clerk and student from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,600)

Joel Nathanson, a dentist from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

SPACE
MOVIE CRITICS
FOREIGN PHRASES
NONPOTENT POTABLES
MUHAMMAD ALI
BIBLICAL RESULTS
    $100 2
A large group of stars close together in space, or a large group of peanuts in chocolate
    $100 9
Leonard Maltin's critique of "E.T." was one of the first he did for this "ET"
    $100 13
The time in Germany if "Es ist ein uhr"
    $100 16
The 1st settlers of Rome, who were shepherds, offered this lactic liquid to the gods
    $100 1
Upon becoming a Muslim, he changed his name from this former one
    $100 4
Looking back resulted in her becoming a pillar of the community - a salt pillar, that is
    $200 3
Every star we can see with the naked eye is part of this galaxy
    $200 23
After attending "Sneak Previews", they spent 4 yrs. together "At the Movies"
    $200 14
A Swede who does something "Tva ganger om dagen" does it this often
    $200 17
Of 2, 8, or 13, Total # of people who supposedly know complete formula for Coca-Cola syrup
    $200 5
In 1963, though not yet champion, he made an album for Columbia Records titled, "I Am..." this
    $200 26
"Because there was no room for them in the inn," they had to bunk in the barn
    $300 10
As it exists today, the Sun is considered a star of this color
    $300 24
Known for "pun"ishing bad films, this TV critic reviewed "Superfly" using a fly swatter
    $300 15
The Latin proverb "caveat emptor" tells us this person should beware
    $300 18
Next to water, it's the most widely consumed beverage in the world
    $300 6
Reason for which Ali lost his heavyweight title in 1967
    $400 11
Triton is the largest moon on this planet
    $400 25
You'll find "This Week's Movies" in TV Guide under this critic's byline
    $400 20
What an Italian has bought you if you receive "diamanti falsi"
    $400 19
Made from leaves of a type of holly, "mate" is a favorite drink of these South American cowboys
    DD: $400 7
2 of the 3 men Ali defeated to gain the heavyweight championship 3 times
    $500 12
Having "gone" this in 1572, a star in Cassiopeia could be seen in daylight
    $500 21
A French girl who says "Viens dans mes bras" is asking you to come here
    $500 22
Most root beer makers use the sap of the desert yucca tree to create this
    $500 8
Speaking of this man, his trainer, Ali said, "He gave me the jab, but the rest is me"

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

Joel Maggie Wendy
$1,700 $200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Maggie Wendy
$2,000 $900 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARTISTS
AGRICULTURE
AUTO-BIOGRAPHIES
SICKNESS & HEALTH
STARTS WITH "Z"
TRAVEL U.S.A.
    $200 14
The word for "Greek" in this artist's nickname is Italian, not Spanish
    $200 20
This huge flower which can be a foot in diameter, is grown for both its seeds & their oil
    $200 6
"Swanson on Swanson"
    $200 5
Color commonly associated with jaundice
    $200 1
My oh my, what a wonderful day it was when Disney's "Song of the South" won an Oscar for this song
    $200 26
To keep new technology secret, this Battle Creek co. has stopped their 80-year-old plant tour
    $400 17
In 1891 painter Paul Gauguin left Paris bound for this island
    $400 22
It only takes about 85 of these to make a pound of milk chocolate
    $400 9
This strong-willed Watergate felon simply titled his autobiography "Will"
    $400 7
People with this universal donor blood type are more likely to develop ulcers
    $400 2
Mangosuthu Gatcha Buthulesi has been in the news as chief of this, South Africa's largest Black tribe
    $400 27
Named for rock formations in the area, this Colorado city gets its water from a glacier it owns
    DD: $700 18
Event depicted in this famous painting by Pieter Bruegel the Elder:
    $600 23
Summer berries only found growing wild until 1st cultivated in New Jersey in early 20th c.
    $600 10
"Up from Slavery"
    $600 8
Condition where your legs turn inward at the patellas, it's how a 1-man-band plays the cymbals
    $600 3
Only president whose first or last name fits this category
    $600 28
City where you can visit Minnehaha Falls, its name combines Indian & Greek words for water & city
    $800 19
He's famous for his depiction of "The 4 Freedoms" as well as scenes from life in middle America
    $800 24
Pea, beans & peanuts are members of this 2nd largest family of flowering plants
    $800 15
"My Life for Beauty" is autobiography of this cosmetician
    $800 11
From Greek for "gray", this eye disorder is characterized by extreme pressure in the eyeball
    $800 4
This former arm of the North Sea, now being reclaimed, has become the 12th Netherlands province
    $1000 21
Critics of this prolific artist point out his name anagrams to "Avida Dollars", meaning eager for bucks
    $1000 25
85% of U.S. supply of this species of hard wheat used in pasta comes from North Dakota
    DD: $1,000 16
"Good Evening, Everybody" & "So Long Until Tomorrow"
    $1000 12
If you consult an otorhinolaryngologist, you're seeing a doctor who specializes in these
    $1000 13
Mary Leakey found remains of this 1 3/4 million-year -old being later renamed Australo-pithecus boisei

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Maggie Wendy
$6,800 $2,300 $2,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CONSTITUTION
The 26th Amendment gave these people the right to vote in federal elections

Final scores:

Joel Maggie Wendy
$4,800 $0 $4,700
3-day champion: $20,801 3rd place: Lloyd/Flanders Heirloom wicker furniture 2nd place: trip on Eastern to Caribbean & stay at Xanadu Beach & Marina Resort

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joel Maggie Wendy
$6,800 $2,300 $4,100
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
2 W
18 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $13,200

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