Show #659 - Thursday, June 18, 1987

Bob Verini game 1.


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Kathleen Haider, a computer designer from Escondido, California

Bob Verini, a playwright and actor from New York City, New York

Marty Gertsman, a retail manager originally from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
A 700-pound bull moose made the news in 1986 when he fell in love with this farm animal
    $100 8
According to the song, it's why "I'm In The Mood For Love"
    $100 13
Campbell's #1 selling soup, it was 1st available in 1933
    $100 4
The "Big Hole" at Kimberly is this kind of mine
    $100 19
Year in which the Civil War began
    $100 1
Jack climbed it
    $200 15
Using sonar, the search resumed for this creature October 12, 1986
    $200 9
According to Sammy Cahn, it's when "Love Is Lovelier"
    $200 5
Like the U.S., it has a 3-branch government; unlike the U.S., it has 3 of these cities
    $200 20
It was euphemistically called the South's "peculiar institution"
    $200 2
Webster's 3rd calls it a nickname for a Bostonian
    $300 16
Number of mammals mentioned in the poem "Hey, Diddle, Diddle"
    $300 10
Of "Dancing In The Dark", "Apple Blossom Time" or "Amapola" the 1 that's a waltz
    $300 12
The 2 official languages of South Africa
    $300 21
Union general who later said, "I will not accept if nominated & will not serve if elected"
    $300 3
It's said the # of these eaten at Reagan's '81 inaugural parties almost equalled # of votes he'd gotten
    $400 17
The sharp front teeth of a cat that are used to tear flesh are of this type
    DD: $300 11
This bandleader said "No 1-nighter is complete without" the following
    $400 22
Due to the Fugitive Slave Laws, this last "stop" on the "Underground Railroad" was the safest
    $400 6
It's what you've done by telling someone something they weren't supposed to know
    $500 18
In the December 1986 Playboy, this animal answered "20 Questions"
    $500 24
"That's An Irish Lullaby" is usually referred to by this title, the song's 1st line
    $500 25
Of go in or go elsewhere, what to do when you see a restroom marked "HERE"
    $500 23
Constitutional right from Article I, Section 9, which Lincoln suspended for duration of war
    $500 7
To tell the truth, he was a semi-regular panelist on "To Tell the Truth"

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

Marty Bob Kathleen
$1,000 $1,300 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Bob Kathleen
$900 $1,400 -$1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
When the union shuts down production, it's a strike, but when management does it, it's called this
    $200 18
Ecclesiastes says this will happen to "He that diggeth a pit"
    $200 10
A potato pulverizer, used by a member of the 4077th, maybe
    $200 1
This vitamin is produced in the body itself with exposure to sunshine
    $200 8
World Book says Teddy Roosevelt earned a brown belt in this sport
    $200 3
Played the title role in NBC's "Peter Pan"
    $400 23
Appropriate type of mattress to loaf on while doing a useless job required by union rules
    $400 19
In contrast with Isaiah 7 Micah, the prophet Joel said beat your plowshares into these
    $400 13
A set of silverware might have dessert, dinner, oyster, & salad types of these
    $400 2
Of turnip greens, tomato juice or watermelon, the 1 with about 10 times the vitamin C as the others
    $400 9
He was the 1st president inaugurated in Washington, D.C.
    $400 4
Peter Graves & Bobby Diamond starred in this "Story of a horse & the boy who loved him"
    $600 24
A needle & thread are seen on this union's label
    $600 22
The famous 4-word message reading "Mene, mene, tekel, upharsin"
    $600 16
When contemplating ice cubes, you'd use this utensil to "grasp" their significance
    $600 12
Fish-liver oil is among the most important sources of this vitamin required by all vertebrates
    $600 11
The 1st picture of him in Life Magazine identified him as "Col. D.D. Ersenbean"
    $600 5
In a 1950s TV show, Andy Devine would say "Plunk your magic twanger" to make him appear
    $800 25
In 1970 tony Boyle had rival Joseph Yablonsky killed in power struggle in this union
    DD: $1,000 27
Numbers 23:23 was the source of this question, Samuel Morse's most famous telegraph message
    $800 17
Tool completing the line from "As you Like It"; "Well said: That was laid on with a...
    DD: $1,000 28
Names of 3 of the 8 vitamins that make up the vitamin B complex
    $800 14
Using his original name, his initials spelled "HUG"
    $800 6
He opened his show singing, "Yoo hoo, it's me..."
    $1000 26
In 1985, heads of 23 individual unions received higher salaries than this head of the AFL-CIO
    $1000 20
Name for utensils used to "write" on wax tablets or "read" a phonograph record
    $1000 15
Its lyrics include the line "Roderigh vich alpine dhu, Ho! Ieroe!"
    $1000 7
"A pause in the day's occupations" or an Ed Herlihy '50s kiddie variety show

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marty Bob Kathleen
$3,900 $6,200 -$400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"The world's largest art department", with 606 artists, can be found at this company in Kansas City

Final scores:

Marty Bob Kathleen
$7,800 $7,801 -$400
2nd place: a 6-piece Broyhill bedroom set & Waverly bed ensemble and drapes New champion: $7,801 3rd place: a GE gas range

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marty Bob Kathleen
$3,900 $7,100 -$400
11 R,
3 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
9 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $10,600

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