Show #617 - Tuesday, April 21, 1987

Richard Cordray game 1.


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Richard Cordray, a judicial clerk from Grove City, Ohio

Susan Wilcox, a video production manager from Honolulu, Hawaii

Larry Dundas, a police officer from South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: ...of famous people, of course.)
(Alex: A bit of a play on words there, so be careful.)
    $100 15
Though about 50,000 of these storms occur daily worldwide, in U.S., they occur mainly in spring & summer
    $100 1
Most famous son of the man born Alois Schicklgruber in 1837
    $100 12
Local colonial voter eligibility was usually determined by being Protestant, free, a property owner & this sex
    $100 4
Perry Como advised "Catch a falling star & put it..." there
    $100 17
Years after her death, Juan Peron often ate dinner with this wife's body seated at his table
    $200 2
Malcolm Little
    $200 13
In 1762 Ben Franklin was given an honorary degree by this English university
    $200 5
It begins, "Are the stars out tonight, I can't tell if it's cloudy or bright"
    $200 24
When he dies, the author of "Frisbee" wants his ashes mixed w/ polyethylene & made into these
    $300 23
Cocozell, patty pan & yellow crookneck
    $300 22
"Synchromesh" allows you to do this, either up or down
    $300 3
Charles Eugene Boone is better known by this 1st name
    $300 8
The largest 18th c. manufacturing industry in New England was the distilling of this liquor
    $300 6
It's when "Peace will guide the planets & love will steer the stars"
    $300 27
Perhaps rehearsing for death, this "divine" 19th c. star slept in a satin-lined casket
    $400 18
1982 Woody Allen movie whose title suggests he had a little help from Shakespeare
    $400 20
The 2 standard gauges in a U.S. car that are calibrated in miles
    $400 9
Rock & roller Ernest Evans, his stage name is a "twisted" version of Fats Domino's
    $400 14
Anthropologists have stated these peoples were at a Neolithic stage when colonists landed
    $400 7
"At night the stars put on a show for free & darling you can share it all with me..." there
    $400 26
Napoleon's sister Pauline asked that a nude statue of this person be displayed at her funeral
    $500 19
Date you arrive in New Zealand if your itinerary says you land in Auckland the last day of their summer
    $500 21
Good brands of this ethylene-glycol base fluid contain rust inhibitors & lubricants
    $500 10
While Beverly Hillbillies Jed & Elly May had the last name Clampett, Jethro's was this
    $500 16
The infamous tax on this was used to save the British East India Company from bankruptcy
    $500 11
Song in which the Everly Brothers declared "I'm through with counting the stars above"
    $500 25
It's said this part of Peter Stuyvesant's body was buried with full military honors years before his death

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Larry Susan Richard
$900 $800 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Susan Richard
$100 $1,300 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
As a symbol of her power, Egypt's Queen Hatshepsut wore a beard & had artists depict her as this
    $200 2
The breed of these named for Canada are sometimes called "honkers"
    $200 7
Among this author's title characters are Dombey & Son, Barnaby Rudge, & Martin Chuzzlewit
    $200 18
Hispaniola is an island comprised of Haiti & this other nation
    $200 19
In 1957 Dale Hawkins song, letter which followed "Suzie"
    $400 4
This part of Robert the Bruce's body was cut out & taken on Crusades
    $400 3
German mountains where best singing canaries are bred, or brand of bird seed you might feed yours
    $400 6
The band of outlaws in Glen Doone adopted a girl they captured & named her this
    $400 27
If you don't believe this "Softens hands while you do dishes", ask Madge
    DD: $3,300 17
2 of the 3 countries of the world that begin with the letter "J"
    $400 20
Letter which began all 3 names of the man who was vice president between Johnson & Agnew
    $600 23
Tho she may not have said "Qu'ils mangent de la brioche!", she was guillotined in 1793 anyway
    $600 5
First name of the girl jockey Elizabeth Taylor played in 1944 film
    $600 26
Said to be 1 of TV's sexiest ½ minutes, the 1982 "Man in Bed" ad pushed this men's cologne
    $600 11
Continent with the most square miles of dry desert
    $600 21
It's the only letter which stands for both a chess piece & a blood group
    $800 13
American Lisa Halaby met this king while working for an airline & became his 4th wife in 1978
    $800 16
In 1941, only 15 of these large birds were left, but they now number well over 100
    $800 12
Egbert, a cowpuncher from Red Gap, Washington won this valet in a poker game
    DD: $800 24
From 1974-82, these 2 blondes sang, in turn, "Ace is the place with the helpful hardware man"
    $800 8
Of Alberta, Saskatchewan, or Manitoba, the 1 Canadian Prairie Province that is not landlocked
    $1000 14
This empress of Mexico, it's said, went mad in the Pope's presence & never knew of her husband's execution
    $1000 15
In America some 35 species of finches are referred to by this name for small, common birds
    $1000 9
Paul Baumer is the German narrator of this Remarqueable tale
    $1000 25
The slogan for this "simple" shampoo-in hair color was "The closer he gets, the better you look"
    $1000 10
The only Southeast Asian country with any part lying south of the Equator
    $1000 22
In the Los Angeles white pages, this letter has only 1 ½ columns of entries

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Susan Richard
$2,900 $3,900 $7,800
(lock-tie game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1946 in Missouri, Churchill said, "From Stettin... to Trieste," it "has descended across the continent"

Final scores:

Larry Susan Richard
$5,700 $0 $7,800
2nd place: a trip to Bahamas Princess Resort & Casino on Grand Bahamas Island on Eastern Airlines 3rd place: Lloyd/Flanders Heirloom Series loveseat, lounge chair & endtable all-weather wicker furniture New champion: $7,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Larry Susan Richard
$2,900 $3,900 $4,900
12 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
14 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $11,700

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Game tape date: 1987-01-06
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