Show #558 - Wednesday, January 28, 1987


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Mary Frances Smith, a homemaker from Memphis, Tennessee

Rex Schultz, a trial lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland

Jim Crawford, a letter carrier from Seal Beach, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
In May, this utility co. became the 1st corporation in the world to have over 1,000,000 stockholders
    $100 12
Once called "France's most ogled export" this actress has said about aging, " rot away..."
    $100 11
In 1986, U.S. troops were sent to Bolivia to discourage trafficking in this export
    $100 1
Weighing no more than 3 lbs. 10 oz., it stands 15" high & 4 ¾" at widest point
    $100 26
This relative of Barbara Mandrell is her manager
    $100 21
Famous father of Hans Holbein the Younger
    $200 5
On Oct. 24,1951, Truman declared our state of war with this country had finally ended
    $200 13
Nicknamed "Boom-Boom", this young Wimbledon champ started swinging a racquet at age 4
    DD: $600 14
3 of the 4 countries on the continent that border on the Pacific Ocean
    $200 2
Maximum number of balls that can be rolled in the tenth frame
    $200 22
Morning star Joan Lunden appropriately called her 1986 book "Good Morning, I'm" this
    $300 6
Introduced in 1951, the 1952 Allstate was a car sold exclusively through this department store
    $300 16
Former basketball pro who shot for the Senate & made it in 1978
    $300 15
This small landlocked country is the only one in the world w/a flag whose front & back differ
    $300 3
When the ball is released, this finger should come out of its hole 1st
    $300 23
Animals that are often classified by shape of their feet & beaks
    $400 8
This pair made headlines as they were sentenced to death for espionage against the U.S.
    $400 17
A favorite of Nancy Reagan, this designer once had a line of designer chocolates
    $400 18
Of the Pampa, Gran Chaco, or Selvas, the geographical region not found in Argentina
    $400 7
Distance from foul line to headpin, just 6 in. shorter than distance from pitcher's rubber to home plate
    $400 24
When the Metropolitan rejected her art collection, Gertrude Whitney founded this museum
    $500 9
Pope Pius XII called on Christians to "unite & fight under a single banner" against this
    $500 20
While in the U.S., this "Great Briton" wrote an operetta about Paul Bunyan
    $500 19
On his 3rd voyage to the New World, Columbus landed on mainland for 1st time in this country
    $500 10
On a "perfect strike" the ball actually only hits this many pins
    $500 25
New Zealand's anthems are "God Save The Queen" & "God Defend" this

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

Jim Rex Mary Frances
$600 $1,100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Rex Mary Frances
$1,200 $3,700 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
Pen name of Solomon Rabinowitz, the man who put the fiddler on the roof
    $200 1
This soft drink lists 7 ingredients, appropriate for its name
    $200 4
A recent book about this now-controversial early 1950's series is aptly titled "Holy Mackerel!"
    $200 17
The Dept. of Transportation estimated that some 6700 lives/yr. would be saved if all states had this law
    $200 16
The Biennale, world's longest-running art festival, is held every year in this romantic Italian city
    $200 18
From the Spanish "chaparreras", or leg armor, comes this word for cowboy leggings
    $400 5
Newton Tarkington dropped his 1st name & used this middle one
    $400 2
Excluding reindeer milk, all major types of milk used by humans consist of 80-90 % of this ingredient
    $400 10
It's what Jason, Joshua, & Jeremy Bolt did for a living on "Here Come the Brides"
    $400 21
Of 400, 500, or 600 mph, the speed barrier broken when Craig Breedlove set personal record in 1965
    $400 25
Presidential subject of Grant Wood's painting, "Parson Weems' Fable"
    $400 19
A cowpoke might put a "bullrider", "Calgary" or "cattleman" crease in his
    $600 6
He published his 1st novel under the name Johnston Smith, winning no "Badge of Courage"
    $600 9
Type of meat you're eating when having prosciutto & melon
    $600 13
James Beard's "I Love to Eat" opened with a shot of, not a recipe for, this famous Borden symbol
    $600 22
In Feb. 1973, Motor Trend named '63 VW Van & '57 Chevy among 8 all-time best cars for this paired activity
    $600 26
19th c. painter Henri Rousseau was said to be 1 of 1st artists to paint in this natural environment
    $600 20
When this "talking iron" spoke, everybody listened
    $800 7
Poetess who wrote "My candle burns at both ends," she once used the simpler name Nancy Boyd
    $800 11
Cornhusker & Coon are types of this, the world's most widely produced & consumed cheese
    $800 14
Butch Patrick was Greg on this Walter Brennan series before he played Eddie on "The Munsters"
    DD: $1,000 23
The 2 1971 best sellers by Arthur Hailey & Harold Robbins about the Detroit auto business
    DD: $1,000 27
Modern artist on whose work the pattern on this shirt is based:
    $1000 8
Among this mystery writer's noms de plume are Carr Dickson & Carter Dickson
    $1000 12
You'll wonder where the yellow went when you take this spice out of mustard
    $1000 15
Resident of Mayfield played by Frank Bank
    $1000 24
Long before WWII, the 1902 Twyford, built in Pittsburgh, Penn., was 1st car of this type in U.S.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Rex Mary Frances
$2,800 $5,100 $4,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

When she died on Jan. 22, 1901, Henry James wrote, "We all feel a bit motherless today"

Final scores:

Jim Rex Mary Frances
$5,600 $9,100 $500
2nd place: trip to Palm Springs & stay at Ingleside Inn + Pinseeker golf clubs with bag New champion: $9,100 3rd place: Emerson 20" TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Rex Mary Frances
$2,800 $4,700 $5,300
11 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,800

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Game tape date: 1986-11-04
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