Show #661 - Monday, June 22, 1987

Bob Verini game 3.


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Emalie Brooks, a former teacher from Memphis, Tennessee

Al Lewis, a marketing consultant from Westing, Massachusetts

Bob Verini, a playwright and actor from New York City, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And the return of a category that was unused a little while ago, [*], back by popular demand.)
    $100 1
The 2 main streets of this Pennsylvania town are Cocoa & Chocolate avenues
    $100 15
The triangular frame used to line up the billiard balls at the start of the game
    $100 8
In 1987, fans around the world celebrated this anniversary of Holmes' debut story
    $100 21
Born in Vienna in 1804, his creations include at least 13 polkas, 24 galops, 136 waltzes & 1 Johann Jr.
    $100 6
Continent of which Lesotho is a part
    $200 2
Though not rich himself, he wrote 19th century rags-to-riches stories aimed at boys
    $200 16
Term for a bunch of wolves or cards
    $200 9
Because Abbey Nat'l Building Society has this address, it has a secretary to answer letters to Holmes
    $200 22
He signed some compositions "Signor Cavaliere Amadeo", a title given him by the Pope
    $200 7
While we have stars & stripes on ours, Lesotho has a straw hat
    $300 3
If you're down & out "down east", your in this part of our country
    $300 17
One can be of thumb, carpet, or tie variety
    DD: $800 10
Its name came from what its wearer is doing
    $300 23
A "walk down the aisle" just isn't the same w/out the march by this grandson of a Jewish philosopher
    $300 13
Instead of money, a court in Lesotho might fine you so many head of these
    $400 4
Name of the famous Archibald Willard painting that he originally called "Yankee Doodle"
    $400 27
Glutinous protein made from animal skin & bones, it' used to make film & wobbly desserts
    $400 18
A place for the spine, or the reverse side of a sign
    $400 11
According to fan Sean Wright, the stories mention lay, briar, & cherrywood types of these, never calabash
    $400 24
In 1743, King George II began the custom of rising during this part of the "Messiah"
    $400 14
"Lesotho Fatse La Bo-Ntata Rona",
"Lesotho Our Fatherland"
    $500 5
It's said Will Rogers called this huge Georgia boulder a pebble Calif. threw at Florida & missed
    $500 26
"Buckshot" is a slang term for this expensive jet set treat
    $500 19
This first name isn't on the "Keystone" of the house, but that of the Sennett
    $500 12
Every 10 years a group travels from Britain to Reichenbach Falls in Switzerland to re-enact this
    $500 25
Common name of Beethoven's 6th Symphony -- you know, the one about the shepherds
    $500 20
Until 1966, under the name Basutoland, Lesotho was a colony of this country

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Bob Al Emalie
$0 $900 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Al Emalie
$1,700 $3,800 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
He was inaugurated in 1885 at age 47, & again in 1893 at age 55
    $200 25
Evil Jedi knight of "Star Wars" whose heavy breathing sounded like an obscene phone call
    $200 1
This Finnish city did a "capital" job doubling for Moscow in "Gorky Park"
    $200 27
In pi, the number to the left of .14159
    $200 7
He was Chief Petty Office Otto Sharkey
    $200 20
Playboy reported red hot news when they found this was the most common food item choked on
    $400 19
The last 2 democratic tickets to run against Reagan were combinations of these 3 people
    $400 26
Wanting to be "evil", the good knights in this Broadway musical sing "Fie on Goodness"
    $400 2
Doris Day heard murder threats, not "pillow talk", rising out of this city's fog in "Midnight Lace"
    $400 15
Number whose square is 10,000 & whose square root is 10
    $400 11
Jim Rockford's dad was known by this nickname
    $400 21
Spanish for "killer", it's the fellow who gets to kill the bull
    $600 16
He was born in & died in Kinderhook, New York
    $600 28
Spurned by her, Sir Brian de Bois-Guilbert accuses Rebecca of witchcraft in this classic British novel
    $600 4
Teenage Disney star set spinning on the blades of a Cretan windmill in 1964's "The Moonspinners"
    $600 3
Number of equal sides on a rhombus
    $600 12
According to the show's title, what the group of men put together by Lt. Craig Garrison were called
    $600 22
They're the victims of the dreaded contagious disease known as "ich"
    $800 17
Though he was the first Federalist Party candidate elected president, he wanted to be nonpartisan
    $800 29
In the "Chanson de Roland", the evil knight Ganelon betrays this "Great" Frankish king
    $800 5
In this 1954 film, 3 women wished for romance at Rome's Fontana di Trevi
    $800 9
Greek for "3-angled measuring", this branch of mathematics is widely used in navigation
    $800 13
He played the "I" in the '50s series "I Married Joan"
    $800 23
He didn't win his pulitzer for "Obituaries" or "Not Dying", but for "The Time of Your Life"
    DD: $3,000 18
In 1884, it was done to honor both grandfathers, Solomon Young & Anderson Shippe Truman
    DD: $3,100 6
Two Vincente Minnelli musicals set in Paris which won Oscars for Best Picture of '51 & '58
    $1000 10
Term for the line that divides an angle into 2 parts
    $1000 14
This family lived at 39 Crenshaw St., Tuckahoe, N.Y., next door to Arthur & Vivian Harmon
    $1000 24
This English explorer joked with his executioner & even gave the signal for the ax to fall

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Al Emalie
$11,000 $5,600 $2,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

After being a hostage in Lebanon, he became head of the Presbyterian Church (USA)

Final scores:

Bob Al Emalie
$10,799 $0 $2,700
3-day champion: $27,001 3rd place: Olympus Infinity camera 2nd place: Marcy Fitness home exercise module + Pannill sweatshirts

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob Al Emalie
$9,700 $8,600 $2,800
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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