Show #707 - Tuesday, October 6, 1987


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Dr. Bob Loitz, a pediatric cardiologist from Pasadena, California

Gail Upp, an executive assistant originally from Greeley, Colorado

Paul Spangler, a psychologist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: According to Billboard...)
    $100 8
You can't "See It Now", but he used to host "Person to Person"
    $100 9
After the 3 little kittens lost their mittens, she told them, "You shall have no pie"
    $100 18
Sport you're playing if your ball lands in a bunker
    $100 1
During the geocentric period of astronomy, people believed the Sun revolved around this
    $100 21
On "Jeopardy!", these precede the questions
    $200 14
Though for 2 presidents she was White House "hostess", her name's on a different brand of snack cakes
    $200 10
Winnie-the-Pooh's donkey pal
    $200 19
Czech tennis star Hana Mandlikova has applied for citizenship to this country, E. Goolagong's homeland
    $200 3
Because this force is less powerful on the Moon, colonists may face loss of muscle mass
    $200 22
The type of fidelity you pledge to the flag
    $200 27
1 of 4 #1 hits for The Everly Brothers
    $300 15
In N.C., she was Lucy Johnson; in Hollywood, she was Mrs. M. Rooney, Mrs. A. Shaw & Mrs. F. Sinatra
    $300 11
1 of the 2 types of clothing lost by Peter Rabbit when Mr. McGregor chased him
    $300 20
The U.S. women's team that trains at Copper Mountain, Colorado competes in this sport
    $300 5
Mrs. H. Hodges of Sylacauga, Ala. is the 1st person known to have been injured by 1 of these
    $300 23
The kind of white sponge cake you should serve to seraphic messengers
    $300 26
1 of 3 #1 hits for Three Dog Night
    $400 16
Abolitionist leader Levi Coffin was known as the "President" of this "Railroad"
    $400 12
The reindeer in "A Visit from St. Nicholas" who shares his name with a Roman god
    $400 2
When this sport 1st appeared on TV in 1940, Pittsburgh beat Fordham 57-37 at Madison Square Garden
    $400 6
A spiral nebula is one type of this
    $400 24
The Yeti
    $400 28
1 of 2 #1 hits for Ricky Nelson
    $500 17
Called "The Barrymore of the Bible", this Charlotte, North Carolina native is famous for his crusades
    $500 13
The title animal of this J. Kjelgaard novel is an Irish Setter whose formal name is "Champion Sylvester's Boy"
    DD: $500 4
N.Y. Yankee great seen & heard in the following newsreel:

"I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the Earth"
    $500 7
The 2 ways telescopes are classified according to how they gather light
    $500 25
Site of the apocalyptic battle foretold in Revelation, Chapter 16

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

Paul Gail Bob
$600 $700 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Gail Bob
$1,500 $1,100 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
It's been estimated that tho it has over 1/2 the world's pop., less than 10% of this continent yields crops
    $200 21
It's said J.B. Jolly of Paris noticed that turpentine spilled on a dress cleaned it & so invented the process
    $200 17
A normal heart does this about 70 times a minute, or more than 100,000 times a day
    $200 1
"Flower garden" & "wedding ring", 2 popular old designs for these, are still "bee"ing made today
    $200 9
It's stealing the scene from another actor, even if you're downstage
    $400 11
The "Valley of Death", Cubatao, in this country's Sao Paulo state, may be world's most polluted place
    $400 22
The "iconoscope" was an early form of this device, 5 of which we use to tape our show
    $400 16
Blood flows back to the heart from these organs by way of the 4 pulmonary veins
    $400 8
Of 3/8", 5/8", or 7/8", the standard width measurements for sewing seams
    $400 10
Before fiddling on the roof, he turned into a rhinoceros onstage in an Ionesco play
    $400 26
An apparatus that keeps your toes toasty, or '30s gangster slang for a pistol
    $600 12
Of Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea or Kenya, the 1 that isn't on the equator
    $600 23
The 1st of these synthetic fabrics was called "terylene" in Britain, "tergal" in France, & "dacron" in U.S.
    $600 15
This designer of the most famous artificial heart is a sculptor as well as a surgeon
    $600 5
When knitting a stockinette pattern, follow 1 knitted row with a row of this stitch
    $600 18
On Broadway, he played the young lawyer in "Barefoot in the Park" & repeated the role on film
    $600 27
Put a loony in the bin, perpetrate a murder, or place something in your memory
    $800 13
It lies between Spain & France, is governed by Spain & France, & uses the currency & languages of both
    DD: $4,000 24
Georges de Mestral got idea for this from burrs that stuck to his pants during a hunting trip
    $800 4
The lower chamber on each side of the heart
    $800 6
The term for these comes from "exemplar", Latin for "pattern", not "home sweet home"
    $800 19
It's said an actress in "The Beggar's Opera" caused the duel between this historic American pair
    DD: $2,500 14
Independent island country S. of Sicily, it may have been part of a land bridge linking Africa to Italy
    $1000 25
With his invention he disproved the notion that it was nonsense "to stop a railroad train with wind"
    $1000 3
This, not auricle, is proper name for the upper chamber--or a central chamber of a Roman house
    $1000 7
You can unravel our answers more easily than you can this finished edge on a bolt of fabric
    $1000 20
World's longest running musical, this off-Broadway play sold over 1 million tickets in a theater seating 153

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Gail Bob
$3,900 $7,700 $7,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The sum of the 2 pieces of current U.S. money that feature Jefferson's portrait

Final scores:

Paul Gail Bob
$7,300 $700 $4,000
2-day champion: $13,200 3rd place: Maxxima stereo system + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version 2nd place: Roper grill range & Regal cookware + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Gail Bob
$3,900 $4,500 $5,800
15 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $14,200

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Game tape date: 1987-06-23
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