Show #655 - Friday, June 12, 1987

Jonathan Fellows game 5.


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Sue Gouldley, an underwriter from Somers Point, New Jersey

Meg Shreve, an attorney from Bolinas, California

Jonathan Fellows, a legislative assistant originally from Bellevue, Washington (whose 4-day cash winnings total $39,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

'50s POP
    $100 1
1988 marks this sort of milestone for Australia which the U.S. celebrated in 1976
    $100 4
He was a vintner before he turned to boat building
    $100 13
Kids from Kenya to Kansas play on these 3-dimensional structures of vertical & horizontal bars
    $100 8
In '57 title, it's what Billy Williams sang he was "Gonna Sit Right Down &" do
    $100 23
"He always has something to grumble about, has the man with a chip" there
    $100 7
On a piano, the high-pitched keys are at this end of the keyboard
    $200 2
Australia is world's leading producer of this, which some merino sheep wear "dust jackets" to protect
    $200 22
In Genesis 32, Jacob didn't do this with Rowdy Roddy Piper, but with an angel
    $200 14
This Johnny Weissmuller movie & TV series was described by 1 critic as "Tarzan with clothes on"
    $200 9
Phrase found in a Gene Vincent title before "A-Lula" & in a Ricky Nelson title before "Baby"
    $200 16
The 1st names of your 2 opponents
    $300 3
In Australia, a 38 hr. work week is common, & 4 weeks of this a year are required by law
    $300 24
Isaiah & Jeremiah are considered major ones, Obadiah & Zechariah, minor
    $300 15
"Rock Around the Clock" was theme song for this controversial 1955 film
    DD: $500 10
The following was 1 of his 4 Top 40 hits in the '50s with a girl's name in the title:

"Lucille, you won't do your sister's will? Oh, Lucille..."
    $300 17
This album's cover was the 1st on which all 4 Beatles sported mustaches
    $400 5
Amazingly, commercial field production of this energy source didn't begin in Australia until the 1960s
    $400 25
On the order of this queen's husband, Haman & his 10 sons were hanged
    $400 18
Seldom used by doctors, it's a slang term for any fungus infection aggravated by tropical heat
    $400 11
Diminutive Anthony Gourdine was the lead singer of this group
    $400 20
6 of these animals are found on the Cadillac crest
    $500 6
Early maps of Australia marked the area "Terra Australis Incognita", meaning this
    $500 26
Uzzah was killed for touching it, & 70 men of Beth-Shemesh were killed for looking in it
    $500 19
Homemade alcoholic beverage, especially one concocted by military personnel
    $500 12
Tommy Edwards' "It's All in the Game" was knocked out of #1 by this Conway Twitty "It's Only..." song
    $500 21
Only current U.S. coin to have a "likeness" of the same man on both the face & back

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Jonathan Meg Sue
$800 $800 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Meg Sue
$1,300 $1,200 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
It's what gives our nose its shape & sharks their skeletal form
    $200 18
When he ran for president of Austria in 1971, he lost
    $200 7
Isaiah Sellers, also a writer & river pilot, 1st used this pen name later used by Samuel Clemens
    $200 1
Aquatic sport featured in the classic 1966 film, "Endless Summer"
    $200 10
On November 15, 1966, this series of U.S. 2-man space flights ended
    $200 6
This city where our founding fathers met celebrated its 1st Mother's Day in 1908
    $400 21
The opposite of ventral, it refers to something situated on the back
    $400 22
The first British prime minister to visit Israel while in office since the British left in 1948
    $400 15
His pen names supposedly included A. Shoeboy, Abel Roper, T. Fribble, & Lemuel Gulliver
    $400 2
Soccer was forbidden in 14th c. England as taking practice time away from this military skill
    $400 11
While he was staying at Blair House, an attempt was made on his life, November 1, 1950
    $400 8
The tallest building in this city is the Ala Moana Americana Hotel
    $600 26
Name for the store of food material in the form of protein & fat granules found in most eggs
    $600 23
To advertise his Australian visit in Nov. 1986, the sponsoring beer company put out special cans
    $600 19
Working in the prison pharmacy, William Sydney Porter took this name from a French pharmacist
    $600 3
At 14,355' above sea level, the Tuctu golf course in this S. American country is highest in world
    $600 12
On November 17, 1965, William D. Eckert succeeded Ford Frick in this post
    DD: $400 9
This city has the greatest number of both TV & radio stations in the U.S.
    $800 27
Milky juice found in dandelions & lettuce, one form of it is used to make rubber
    $800 24
In November 1986, reports of the death of this North Korean leader were greatly exaggerated
    $800 29
This name meaning "freelance" was used by Arthur Ward while creating Fu Manchu
    $800 4
A Winter Olympic event since 1964, it's French for "sled"
    $800 13
Against orders, Gen. Andrew Jackson seized this Florida panhandle city November 7, 1814
    $800 14
This city is home to the Texas Ranger Museum & a 202-room hotel called the Crockett
    $1000 28
The outermost skin layer of a plant, animal, or even you
    $1000 25
After 21 years of military rule, Pres. Jose Sarney is changing this country to democratic rule
    $1000 30
This "plumber" has used pen names Gordon Davis & David St. John, tho not while in the pen for Watergate
    DD: $500 5
16 out of the last 20 table tennis competitions in men's singles have been won by these 2 countries
    $1000 16
Invited in July 1688 to save England from Catholic tyranny this Dutchman landed there November 5th
    $1000 17
Ohio town known for the yearly return of the buzzards & a police chief who has been missing for a yr.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Meg Sue
$8,700 $5,700 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"I cannot live without my life, I cannot die without my soul", are Olivier's last lines in this 1939 film

Final scores:

Jonathan Meg Sue
$6,000 $11,400 $400
2nd place: Emerson 25" stereo color TV & Sam Moore wing chair New champion: $11,400 3rd place: Tappan Sure Cook Microwave

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jonathan Meg Sue
$8,700 $6,600 $5,200
20 R,
2 W
14 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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Game tape date: 1987-01-20
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