Show #562 - Tuesday, February 3, 1987


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Joel Nathanson, a dentist from Baltimore, Maryland

Linda Lyle, an educational travel coordinator originally from Knoxville, Tennessee

Claude Welch, a professor from Buffalo, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The San Francisco Giants are seeking a replacement for this windswept home field
    $100 5
When Pinocchio told a lie, this happened
    $100 11
Due to the East German sweeps in '76 & '80 Olympics, # of entrants from any country was cut from 3 to this
    $100 26
Named for their canine-like bark, these rodents live in "towns" only burrows apart
    $100 6
Debuted at 1964 World's Fair in N.Y., it's a "little" song for a big Disney attraction
    $100 12
Calling it "Most Secure Prison", Guinness says tho 23 attempted to escape from Alcatraz, this many succeeded
    $200 2
Birthplace & lifelong home of FDR
    $200 21
Edward Bear was known to his friends as this
    $200 16
In 1962, Australian Dawn Fraser became 1st woman to break this time barrier in 100m freestyle
    $200 7
In 1964, it's what Peter & Gordon wouldn't live in
    $200 13
This country's Kharkov Prison is said to be world's largest, accommodating 40,000 prisoners
    $300 3
Though it sounds like it's in Israel, Zion National Park is actually in this state
    $300 22
Tom Sawyer & Becky Thatcher spent 4 days alone here
    $300 17
Because it is most tiring, this stroke is 1st in individual medley races
    $300 8
War's 1973 pessimistic view of our planet
    $300 14
Unlucky Col. Klink was in charge of this prison camp housing "Hogan's Heroes"
    $400 4
For 16 years between 1963-79, this country's most famous Park was its president, Park Chung Hee
    $400 23
"Fee-fi-fo-fum", the giant said he'd grind Jack's bones to do this
    $400 18
Synchronized swimming was originally called this
    $400 28
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi & kin, they can now be brought into U.S. only for zoological or educational purposes
    $400 9
Pop-religious song of 1958 that was Laurie London's only song to make Billboard Top 40
    $400 15
In "Monopoly", if you pay to get out of jail, it costs this much
    $500 24
Refusing to give up her seat on the bus in 1955 got her a seat of honor in Atlanta's 1986 M.L. King Parade
    $500 25
The story of this animal teaches that only those who help make the bread should eat the bread
    $500 19
The silver medal in high diving in 1920 Olympics was won by a 13-year-old, Nils Skoglund of this country
    $500 27
Monkey named for appearance when it hangs upside down with all 4 limbs & tail, tho that makes 5, not 8
    $500 10
It was the opening song for the 2nd 5 years of "The Dean Martin Show"
    DD: $500 20
Title of the following prison song, the 2nd-biggest hit of its singer's career:

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Claude Linda Joel
$400 $400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Claude Linda Joel
$1,000 $900 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Australia has claimed over 45% of this neighboring continent
    $200 6
12 year old Jesus, missing for 3 days, was found conferring with the elders in this Jerusalem building
    $200 7
Latin for "assistant healer", these medically trained personnel often "star" in an "emergency"
    $200 17
He sang "Hello, Dolly!" on Broadway, but is best known for saying "Good Morning, America"
    $200 5
Encyclopedia Americana calls him "World War II's most colorful U.S. general"
    $200 25
The big difference between a 2-piece men's suit & a 3-piece suit
    $400 12
As its name indicates, this Danish peninsula juts out from Europe's mainland
    $400 3
This cousin of Jesus was born about 6 months before he was
    $400 8
Psittacosis, also called Ornithosis, is a rare pneumonia transmitted by these animals
    $400 18
Billy Crystal called this "mahvelous" man "1 of the great guests in the history of 'The Tonight Show'"
    $400 22
Broadcasting network established in 1926 whose founder went on to become a general
    $400 26
As a featured accessory, it's nice; as a snake, it could be dangerous
    $600 13
Of Prague, Vienna & Stockholm, the westernmost
    $600 2
He wanted the wise men to tell him where the infant Jesus was, "That I may come & worship him also"
    $600 9
Affecting men & women in nearly equal numbers, AIDS is more widespread on this continent than any other
    $600 19
This "superflop" series derailed in 1979, less than 6 months after its premiere
    DD: $3,000 23
His U.S. citizenship was posthumously restored to him by a 1975 act of Congress
    $800 14
This river's main outlet's to the sea are the Damietta & the Rosetta
    $800 1
While Jesus, not a citizen, was crucified, it is believed this apostle, a Roman, was beheaded
    $800 10
A child with this disorder, from Greek for "self", is totally self-absorbed & ignores external reality
    $800 20
One of these came down to Earth in "Down to Earth", "Out of the Blue" & "The Smothers Brothers Show"
    $800 24
Gen. Eisenhower said, "I studied dramatics under him for 5 years in Washington & 4 years in the Philippines"
    $1000 15
Consisting of over 13,000 islands, it's the world's most populous predominately Muslim nation
    DD: $1,000 4
1 of the 3 Roman emperors specifically mentioned by name in the New Testament
    $1000 16
What an overly sensitive person is said to have, or defining symptom of the skin condition Leptodermia
    $1000 21
She was chief of detectives "Amy Prentiss" before playing Vicky's mother on "3's a Crowd"
    $1000 27
While in the infantry, this foreign general was nicknamed "Asparagus" & "Big Charles"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Claude Linda Joel
$2,000 $3,700 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

With 61.32%, he amassed highest percentage of popular vote in any 20th cent. presidential election

Final scores:

Claude Linda Joel
$0 $5 $7,401
3rd place: Smith Corona XD 8000 typewriter 2nd place: Trip to New Orleans; week in Bienville House New champion: $7,401

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Claude Linda Joel
$6,000 $3,700 $5,400
17 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
7 R,
0 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 1986-11-05
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