Show #621 - Monday, April 27, 1987

Richard Cordray game 5.


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Bob Peck, a forensic accountant from Irvine, California

Eileen Oshinsky, a writer and editor originally from New York

Richard Cordray, a judicial clerk from Grove City, Ohio (whose 4-day cash winnings total $34,902)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
A 1984 count reportedly indicated this city's streets contained 927,000 potholes
    $100 17
Sybil Williams,
Elizabeth Taylor,
Elizabeth Taylor,
Susan Hunt &
Sally Hay
    $100 2
Like a boomerang, this tool named "Mjolnir" always returned to Thor's hand
    $200 11
While in office, he became 1st president to ride in a car & submerge in a submarine
    $200 21
While a knave with "K" is a jack, a nave without the "K" is part of this
    $200 16
Jean Peters
& Terry Moore, so Terry claimed
    $200 12
"If you don't have Schlitz, you don't have gusto," but you still have this, your gustatory sense
    $200 3
Of Bingo, Fungo, or Dongo, the one that isn't an African God
    $300 23
Guiness says on a calm night in 1966 one of these became largest object ever stolen by one man
    $300 19
From Latin for "make it similar", it's an exact copy or reproduction of a document
    $300 15
Josephine de Beauharnais &
Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria
    $300 24
Memphis is headquarters of this, the world's largest hotel chain
    $300 7
Appropriately named "instrument" used by Beethoven to compensate for his hearing loss
    $300 1
This drink of the gods on Mt. Olympus was said to resemble red wine
    DD: $400 9
Group which topped the country charts with the following song about a truck driver:

[Truck noises]
"Roll on, highway /
Roll on along /
Roll on, Daddy, 'til you get back home /
Roll on family /
Roll on crew /
Roll on, Mama, like I asked you to do /
And roll on eighteen wheeler, roll on /
(Roll on!)..."
    $400 18
Literally meaning "food bet", it's supplies advanced to a miner in return for shares in profits
    $400 14
Ballerina Olga Koklova,
& then Jacquiline Roque,
but not Francoise Gilot, Paloma's mother
    $400 10
It's primarily this area on your tongue which tastes sweet sensations
    $400 5
Though the most beautiful Roman goddess, she married the ugliest god, Vulcan
    $500 22
In production from 1897 to 1924, this car was nicknamed "The Tea Kettle"
    $500 20
The job of a nomenclator
    $500 13
Jody Wolcott,
Joanne Copeland
& Joanna Holland
    $500 8
Ancient philosophers reportedly called the senses the "windows of" this
    $500 6
Ancient Greeks might have asked if you heard the one about Thalia, the muse of this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Richard Eileen Bob
$500 -$300 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Eileen Bob
$1,800 -$100 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 25
Germany's "Desert Fox"
    $200 21
RIAA award for sales of 1,000,000 LP's; if solid, it'd be worth over $53,000
    $200 1
Isaiah quotes the Lord as saying "Heaven is my throne, &" this "is my footstool"
    $200 13
# of events in the women's heptathlon
    $200 8
San Francisco paper which owns TV station KRON
    $200 18
Only sitcom in which Mary Tyler Moore starred playing a mother
    $400 11
He became premier of Japan 2 months before Pearl Harbor
    $400 22
It started coming down the cable at one minute after midnight, August 1, 1981
    $400 6
Naomi's daughter-in-law, she not only gleaned Boaz's wheat, she married him
    $400 14
It's said after Bob Beamon's 1968 world record, a competitor remarked, "You have destroyed this event"
    $400 9
People's Almanac describes the People's Daily as "the ultimate voice of authority" in this country
    $400 19
"Timely" show which followed "The Tonight Show" for the 1st time Oct. 15, 1973 & the last time Jan. 28, 1982
    $600 7
Pvt. Eddie Slovik was the only American since the Civil War to be shot for this reason
    $600 23
ABC Records, UNI, Impulse!, Decca, Kapp, Coral & Blue Thumb have all been taken over by this label
    $600 5
In the King James Bible, "They shall beat their swords into plowshares &" these "into pruninghooks"
    $600 15
In 1896 games, only men in the navy of this host country could enter the 100m freestyle for sailors
    $600 10
The Chicago Daily Defender & L.A. Sentinel are aimed primarily at these readers
    DD: $800 20
The 2 network TV series on in Sept. 1986 that had "Hammer" in their titles
    $800 4
Of his 1941 flight to Scotland, Hitler said, "He is crazy; if he comes back, shoot him on sight"
    DD: $1,000 3
Ecclesiastes says "A man hath no better thing under the sun than to" do these 3 "hedonistic" things
    $800 16
As late as the 1930s, teachers of this subject were considered pros & ineligible for the Olympics
    $800 12
They call themselves "The Bible of the garment industry"
    $1000 24
As an officer, this Soviet WWII hero is said never to have lost a battle
    $1000 2
In Genesis, it's to whom God said "Thou art cursed above all cattle"
    $1000 17
He won the 100m in 1924, & over 50 years later, he "won" it again in "Chariots of Fire"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Eileen Bob
$4,200 $1,100 $2,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

As bushido was to 16th century samurai, this was to 12th century knights

Final scores:

Richard Eileen Bob
$5,401 $2,000 $120
5-day champion: $40,303 2nd place: handcrafted solid oak entertainment center from Harrison Furniture + Emerson deluxe 25" stereo color television 3rd place: Liberty Renewed limited edition serigraph numbered and hand-signed by Doug Webb from Martin Lawrence Galleries

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Richard Eileen Bob
$5,200 $1,100 $2,700
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
7 R,
4 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $9,000

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Game tape date: 1987-01-07
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