Show #699 - Thursday, September 24, 1987

Roy Holliday game 4.


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Judith Garwood, a writer originally from Reno, Nevada

Bill Cox, a portfolio manager from Santa Monica, California

Roy Holliday, a radiologist from Brooklyn, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $33,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 12
Guillermo Vilas won the U.S. Open singles in this sport
    $100 7
A muscat is a variety of this
    $100 6
A mink coat, whether it's on a mink or a minx
    $100 1
After her 1st husband died in an explosion in 1776, this seamstress "flag"ged down 2 more husbands
    $100 23
While Ralph Edwards was hosting "This is Your Life", this man was hosting "You Bet Your Life"
    $100 21
Peggy Lee co-wrote this song whose title means "tomorrow" in Spanish
    $200 13
Biggest hit record of the decade was this 1977 song sung by Debby Boone
    $200 17
Followed by bran & corn, this, according to experts, is the most popular type of muffin
    $200 8
A verbal mistake, or Sigmund's petticoat
    $200 2
An enemy tribe sold her to a French-Canadian fur trader before she guided Lewis & Clark
    $200 24
Going off NBC in 1973 after almost 15 years, this "Classic" game show returned to NBC in 1987
    $200 22
Though this Michael Jackson song never got higher than #4 on the Billboard Top 40, it was a #1 video
    $300 14
On December 30, she relinquished all formal governmental functions in Canada
    $300 18
'87 Calif. Angels freebies include, for your buns, cushions shaped like packs of this Oscar Mayer product
    $300 9
A narrow groove, made by a plow or found on your brow
    $300 3
Nationality of Sister Elizabeth Kenney, who began her work with polio patients in the bush country
    $300 25
Of "Celebrity Billiards",
"--Bowling" &
"-- Bullseye", 1 which didn't use sports equipment
    $300 27
Styx, The Little River Band, & Kenny Rogers each had a Top 10 hit with this feminine title
    $400 15
In April, the government banned tris, which had been used as this in children's clothing
    $400 19
Challenging Crystal City, TX, Alma, Ark put up its own Popeye statue & claimed to be world capital of this
    $400 10
This word for making up a story sounds like you're making it out of whole cloth
    $400 4
Born Marie Bernarde Soubirous, she's better known by this name, especially at Lourdes
    DD: $800 26
In April 1987, this Watergate figure was a celebrity contestant on "Super Password"
    $500 16
Benjamin Hooks took over the leadership of the NAACP from this man, who had headed it for 22 years
    $500 20
TV cook who touts Ruffles Cajun Spice chips saying, "Hoooo boy! They wondermous--ah ga-ron-tee"
    $500 11
Fruit sugar
    $500 5
Nadezhda Krupskaya, wife of this revolutionary, helped found the Soviet system of public education

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

Roy Bill Judith
$2,600 $900 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roy Bill Judith
$2,400 $1,500 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Then, as now, there was religious strife in this part of the United Kingdom
    $200 18
"Give 'Em Hell"
    $200 13
Bookmakers in Nevada wanted to post odds on his raising $4.5 million by March 1987
    $200 3
Despite its name, Ford & GM cars can also use this "Motor City"s Chrysler Freeway
    $200 1
This popular playwright's 20th Broadway show was "Brighton Beach Memoirs"
    $200 8
It's the home of the University of Michigan
    DD: $1,200 14
These 2 countries were squabbling over a Mediterranean island--not Cyprus but Crete
    $400 19
"United States",
"Unquestionably Skilled" or "Unconditional Surrender"
    $400 27
He went from giving sermons as a rabbi to comedy monologues on Ed Sullivan & now on Broadway
    $400 22
Located in a state known for its peaches, this capital city's most famous street is Peachtree Street
    $400 2
This English dramatist is still the Western dramatist most frequently performed in Japan
    $400 9
Henry VIII's 2nd wife
    $600 15
Among top-selling books was this, promoted by American Humane Association as opposing cruelty to horses
    $600 20
"The Hero of New Orleans"
    $600 28
After once charging 17% a day interest on a loan, businessman D.L. Moody went on to found this
    $600 23
Collins Avenue, named for this resort town's pioneer developer, is its main street
    $600 4
Abstract ideas are represented by colors in the Sanskrit Theater of this country
    $600 10
Henry VIII's 4th wife
    $800 16
In May, this club held the 1st international bench show of dogs at NYC's Gilmore's Garden
    $800 21
"Squire of Hyde Park"
    $800 24
The song about this NYC street concludes, "I'll never go there any more!", tho it wasn't skid row back then
    $800 5
It's said Rosalind Russell made 19 costume changes every night she played this relative
    DD: $2,000 11
Actress & the role which won her both a Tony & an Oscar for "The Miracle Worker"
    $1000 17
On June 14, the United States celebrated the 100th anniversary of this being made official
    $1000 26
When pro- & anti-Van Buren delegates couldn't agree on a candidate, he became the "1st Dark Horse"
    $1000 25
London Street synonymous with the British civil service, which has many offices there
    $1000 6
It won a Tony as "Best Play" of 1980 & film version was nominated as "Best Picture" of 1986
    $1000 12
Lucy Maud Montgomery wrote 6 sequels to this girlhood novel set in Canada

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roy Bill Judith
$10,800 -$100 $5,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the 12 South American countries, the only 2 that don't border on Brazil

Final scores:

Roy Bill Judith
$10,900 -$100 $0
4-day champion: $43,900 3rd place: Sam Moore wing chair + Jeopardy! computerized version or box game 2nd place: Marillat modular shelving system & Brother AX-33 Compactronic typewriter + Jeopardy! computerized version or box game

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Roy Bill Judith
$8,800 -$100 $4,900
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
7 R,
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,600

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Game tape date: 1987-06-17
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