Show #695 - Friday, September 18, 1987


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Douglas Goodman, a theatrical producer and manager from New York City, New York

Babette Heistand, a librarian from Shaker Heights, Ohio

Tom Bendycki, a copy editor originally from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Jackie Mabley, who had 3 children by age 14, used this appropriate stage name
    $100 12
Willi Smith's last designs included a webbed wedding gown for the bride of this comic book superhero
    $100 1
City in which "Siskel & Ebert & the Movies" is taped
    $100 17
The 2-humped camel is native to this continent only
    $100 23
This tree's name is from the Middle English for Prussia, "pruce"
    $100 5
This "Gambler" took a chance & recently published a book of his photos of America
    $200 6
G. Washington named Black surveyor B. Banneker to commission that laid out this city's boundaries
    $200 22
Firm whose ads stress, with an international flair, their "united colors"
    $200 3
City in which "Sneak Previews" with Michael Medved & Jeffrey Lyons is taped
    $200 18
Ency. of Mammals says this rodent is probably responsible for more human deaths than all wars
    $200 24
The variety of this tree called the "paper" or "canoe" has a white bark that peels off
    $200 8
Still occasionally soloing for her father's choir, this Queen of Soul gets lots of "R-E-S-P-E-C-T"
    $300 7
It's said he also developed at least 75 products from the pecan
    $300 28
The bodice or waist of a dress, or, more commonly, a flower bouquet worn on the bodice or waist
    $300 4
City in which "At the Movies" with Rex Reed & Bill Harris is taped
    $300 19
If the booby prize you've just won is a real booby, you've won this type of animal
    $300 25
Adjective to describe trees with thin, drooping branches, like the willow Salix babylonica
    $300 9
Her sister, Loretta Lynn, nicknamed her for a southern hamburger chain
    $400 13
By order of Pres. Reagan, boxer Joe Louis was buried in this cemetery in 1981
    $400 29
In May 1987, a network TV ad taboo ended when a live model was shown wearing one of these on bare flesh
    $400 15
"On Nov. 13", he "was asked to remove himself from his place of residence; that request came from his wife"
    $400 20
Lyndon, Maine was renamed for this North American reindeer once found in the area
    $400 26
The most populous U.S. city named after a tree is this one near San Francisco
    DD: $500 10
Singer heard here, Alice Cooper called her "The Queen of Housewife Rock":

"In the morning fun when no one will be drinking any more wine / I'll wake the sun..."
    $500 14
He grew up in Harlem & used it as setting for his 1st novel, "Go Tell It on the Mountain"
    $500 16
It's the role Jack Klugman played the longest on TV
    $500 21
Because it can breathe air at the surface, this fish is able to live in polluted water
    $500 27
You're "bound" to find out that its state tree is the southern pine
    $500 11
This singing "Handy Man" built his own house on Martha's Vineyard

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Tom Babette Douglas
$300 $1,600 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Babette Douglas
$2,800 $2,900 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
This "Little Woman" wrote her 1st book at age 16 for Emerson's daughter
    $200 21
Surname of the Corsican brothers Joseph, Lucien, Louis, Jerome & Napoleon
    $200 26
The last car on a freight train
    $200 15
An electric current that flows only one way
    $200 11
State capital nicknamed the "Bluegrass Capital"
    $200 2
A system of grading sometimes used to replace traditional letter grades
    $400 8
Orwell fable that stated "All animals are equal, but some... are more equal than others"
    $400 23
Bligh's blighted boat
    $400 28
An edible plant related to the cabbage & broccoli, or some boxers' ears
    $400 16
In 1825, at 16, this evolutionist-to-be left school & went to Edinburgh U. to study medicine
    $400 12
You might sit in your sauna and sip Chablis in these 2 European countries that begin with "F"
    $400 3
Designated post offices will take your application for one
    $600 27
His 1st play, "The Zoo Story", was written in just 3 weeks
    $600 24
Some say over 100 British prisoners suffocated in this Indian cell in 1756
    $600 19
High levels of this fatty substance found in all animal tissues can spell health risks for humans
    $600 20
Term for the ratio of mass to volume for a material or object
    $600 7
Off the coast of Nova Scotia, this bay has some of the highest tides on Earth, up to 70'
    $600 4
This commemorates God's skipping the Israelites' homes & smiting only the Egyptian firstborn
    $800 25
This colonial protest took place on December 16, 1773
    DD: $1,500 18
Light yellowish green, or a liqueur that has that color
    $800 10
The elastic strength of your skin is provided by this, the inside layer of cells
    $800 6
It's most of Belgium's northern half
    DD: $2,000 13
This type of drama, popular in the Late Middle Ages featured scenes of the crucifixion
    $1000 22
The final battle of the Wars of the Roses was fought on this field
    $1000 17
Apparel worn by troops during maneuvers bears this design for concealment from the enemy
    $1000 9
This word describes a molecule made up of just 2 atoms
    $1000 1
A Scottish estuary, the rivers Clyde & Forth each have one
    $1000 14
Before its extinction, huge flocks of this American bird would literally darken the sky

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Babette Douglas
$11,000 $6,600 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Located in New England, it's the only Ivy League school that is a college, not a university

Final scores:

Tom Babette Douglas
$15,000 $11,600 $9,595
3-day champion: $39,400 2nd place: Lehigh bedroom furniture & Zenith 9" TV 3rd place: Service Merchandise gift certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Babette Douglas
$11,000 $5,800 $3,600
24 R,
1 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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Game tape date: 1987-06-16
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