Show #619 - Thursday, April 23, 1987

Richard Cordray game 3.


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Bob Hansen, a proofreader from St. Paul, Minnesota

Maureen Girr, a homemaker from Newport, Rhode Island

Richard Cordray, a judicial clerk from Grove City, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
Louis the Stubborn, Louis the Do-Nothing, & Louis from Overseas were all kings of this country
    $100 14
This offshoot of soccer is named for a school in England
    $100 8
Last name of designers Calvin & Anne, II
    $100 24
It's the 1st U.S. federal holiday of the year
    $100 21
"Who can take a sunrise, sprinkle it with dew, cover it in choc'late & a miracle or two?"
    $100 3
It tops the other 7 juices in V-8
    $200 15
European capital that contains the Lenin Library, the Lenin Stadium & the Lenin Mausoleum
    $200 17
The overarm "crawl" swimming stroke was introduced to England in 1902 from this country
    $200 9
Playboy okays wearing both suspenders & this, but only if trying out for nerd of the year
    $200 27
Flower most associated with Memorial Day
    $200 22
"He rocks in the tree-top all day long"
    $200 4
This main ingredient in S.O.S. pads helps you scour out scum
    $300 12
Country whose capital was formerly called Koebnannehavn, meaning "Merchants' Harbor"
    $300 1
Springfield, Massachusetts is site of this sport's Hall of Fame
    $300 18
He helped dress fake troops to fool the Germans in WWII, but didn't put a "BB" on the uniforms
    $300 16
In 1987, this holiday will be observed for the 212th time
    $300 28
"Wider than a mile; I'm crossin' you in style some day"
    $300 5
It tops the list on the Fritos bag
    $400 2
This low country's oldest university is the State University of Leiden, founded in 1575
    $400 13
Marks which distinguish Wilson footballs used in college games from the ones they make for the pros
    $400 19
Newsweek joked a museum for this apparel invented in 1946 might consist of 2 domes & a pyramid
    $400 23
Wintertime Jewish holiday that's mentioned in the New Testament but not in the Jewish Bible
    $400 29
"Doesn't have a point of view, knows not where he's going to, isn't he a bit like you & me?"
    $400 6
In Jell-O, it's sugar, but in sugar-free Jell-O, the main ingredient is this
    $500 11
Affair with Magda Lupescu kept Carol II from assuming the throne of this country for 3 years
    $500 10
When he KO'd Ingemar Johansson, 6/20/60, he became 1st man to regain heavyweight championship
    DD: $300 20
They probably got their name from the fact they were 4" longer than ordinary knickerbockers
    $500 25
Flag Day is a legal holiday only in this state, where Betsy Ross worked as a seamstress
    $500 30
"'Cause I can't explain the tears that I shed over you, over you"
    $500 7
It's the #1 ingredient in A.1. steak sauce & Johnson's baby shampoo, too

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

Richard Maureen Bob
$1,500 $500 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Maureen Bob
$2,800 $1,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These have to do with different stars who have performed the same person--ficticious or real--on film or on stage.)
    $200 1
Longest American river east of the Mississippi is this tributary of the Mississippi
    $200 8
The word constellation is from Latin meaning these "together"
    $200 3
An ECG is used to detect arrhythmias in this organ
    $200 22
The Back Bay has been described as this New England's city's "Yuppieville"
    $200 16
Italian for "small house", it usually contains one-armed bandits & blackjacks
    $200 15
Errol Flynn, Doug Fairbanks, & Sean Connery have all been this nemesis of the Sheriff of Nottingham
    $400 4
State in which you'll find the Chicasawhay, Pascagoula & Yazoo Rivers
    $400 7
Myth says Orion was put on opposite side of sky from this creature which had stung him to death
    $400 9
The floor of the nasal cavity is also the roof of this
    $400 26
You can visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. historic district in this city
    $400 17
Property accepted as security on a loan, it also can mean running side by side
    $400 23
Walter Huston, Henry Fonda, Raymond Massey & Hal Holbrook all played this Kentucky-born president
    $600 12
Much of this main tributary of the Hudson, named for an Indian tribe, is part of the Erie Canal
    DD: $1,200 6
1 of the 5 constellations which are portrayed as all or part horse
    $600 10
The most prominent muscle on the anterior aspect of the arm
    $600 27
City whose North Beach neighborhood no longer has a beach
    $600 18
The burnt, dark-brown liquid obtained by heating sugar
    $600 24
Doctor portrayed on film by Elliott Gould & on TV by Wayne Rogers & Pernell Roberts
    $800 13
North America's deepest chasm, Hells Canyon, is formed by this twisting river
    $800 2
In legend, it's the part of Berenice, an Egyptian princess, that became a constellation
    $800 11
Its cone-shaped bony socket is called the "orbit"
    DD: $1,200 28
Neighborhood mentioned in title of this tune, Mike Hammer's TV theme:
    $800 19
In the 1st line of her radio show theme, Little Orphan Annie was described as 1 of these
    $800 25
C. Laughton, T. Howard & A. Hopkins were all adrift playing this part
    $1000 14
Ironically, this West Virginia river is believed to be the oldest in North America
    $1000 5
When a constellation "culminates", it has reached this
    $1000 21
They are contained in the right & left pleural sacs
    $1000 20
Branches of this evergreen tree are used as a symbol of mourning

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Maureen Bob
$6,400 $2,800 $2,000
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

GAY '90s
By 1897, as many as half of Seattle's police & firemen had left the city to go there

Final scores:

Richard Maureen Bob
$5,601 $0 $2,500
3-day champion: $23,802 3rd place: ladies' & gentlemen's matched watch set from the Club Collection of Daniel Mink watches 2nd place: a trip to Dallas, Texas aboard Delta Airlines, with standard and wide-body service, with stay at the Viscount Hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Richard Maureen Bob
$5,800 $3,000 $3,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,000

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Game tape date: 1987-01-06
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