Show #665 - Friday, June 26, 1987

Doug Molitor game 1.


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Doug Molitor, a writer from Brentwood, California

Cindy Skalsky, a writer originally from Royal Oak, Michigan

Ray Allex, a ticket seller from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Those letters stand for north, south, east & west.)
    $100 1
Some say the song was originally "I can't give you anything but love, Lindy", in this man's honor
    $100 25
It's what the "Absent Minded Professor" named his invention which he 1st called "flying rubber"
    $100 20
The official language of Guam
    $100 2
Wine chills quickest, many times faster than in a refrigerator, when immersed in this
    $100 8
Calling all crimestoppers: This comic strip cop was 1st caught on celluloid in a 1937 serial
    $100 13
Of North, East, West, or South, one who played "Batman" on TV
    $200 6
In a song title, this is the Southern food "Mammy's little babies love"
    $200 26
Through vulcanization process, which he discovered, made others wealthy, he died in poverty
    $200 21
Japan attacked Guam on same day they bombed Pearl Harbor & took it on this date, 3 days later
    $200 3
A "twist" refers to this part of a citrus fruit
    $200 9
Movie detective known for such sage comments as "Hen squats with caution on thin eggs"
    $200 14
Of North, East, West, or South, one who played "Dennis the Menace" on TV
    $300 7
A poem written for a Montgomery Ward promotion became the words of this Yuletide animal song
    DD: $400 27
C.W. McCall's "handle" in the following No. 1 hit:

"Well, we rolled up Interstate 44 /
Like a rocket sled on rails /
We tore up all of our swindle sheets..."
    $300 22
80 to 110 inches a year
    $300 4
Drambuie is made from Scotch whiskey & this natural sweetener
    $300 10
In 1964's "The Girl Hunters", Mickey Spillane played this tough private eye
    $300 15
Of North, East, West, or South, one who sang "Walk a Mile in My Shoes"
    $400 18
When 1st presented, July 4th, 1831, the song "America" went by this title, its 1st liine
    $400 28
The world's largest rubber plantation, in Liberia, is owned by this #3 U.S. tire maker
    $400 23
    $400 5
Even in Russia, vodka is more commonly made from this than potatoes
    $400 11
Go ahead, make my day: Tell me how many movies "Dirty Harry" has been in
    $400 16
Of Norther, Easter, Wester, or Souther, the singer of 1979's "You're Only Lonely"
    $500 19
Composer of "Alexander's Ragtime Band", he said it was a song about ragtime not a ragtime song
    $500 24
From Latin for "heart", it's the heart-warming synonym for "liqueurs"
    $500 12
It's said Peter Lorre used little makeup other than a pair of glasses to play this Oriental sleuth
    $500 17
Of Norther, Easter, Wester, or Souther, the holiday

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Ray Cindy Doug
$600 $0 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ray Cindy Doug
$1,100 $1,000 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

"BALL" 2
    $200 25
"Rough Riders"
    $200 20
Don't take any wooden millerite, an ore of this metal
    $200 26
Number of days there were in 1984
    $200 1
If you're traveling by Sampan in Hong Kong, you're traveling this way
    $200 2
Last surviving star of the early '50s top-rated TV sitcom
    $400 15
"Crusade in Europe"
    $400 19
Electrum, or argentiferous gold,, is gold containing a high % of this other precious metal
    $400 22
To a European, it's what "31.12.86" would mean
    $400 29
'86 tournament limited to Zoeller, Palmer, Nicklaus & Trevino
    $400 7
In 1880, he published "A Tramp Abroad", sort of a sequel to "Innocents Abroad"
    $400 3
This 1970 book by pitcher Jim Bouton has been called the most popular sports book in history
    $600 12
"Notes on the State of Virginia"
    $600 16
The element in common table salt that is technically a metal
    $600 21
What the numerals refer to in "Numbers 6:24"
    $600 10
Games held every 4 years for members of the grouping of Britain & some of its former colonies
    $600 8
Even though Greece doesn't fully recognize this country, it will do joint advertising with it
    $600 4
Kind of hammer you'd ask for if you wanted 1 with a round hemisphere on 1 side, for bending material
    $800 13
"Principles of Mining" & "American Individualism"
    $800 17
It is on "record" that this rare precious metal is sometimes magnetic
    DD: $800 23
If you bought a CD player in ancient Rome for "CD" denarii, you spent this many
    $800 11
Since 1930 a team from this city has made the Stanley Cup playoffs 27 times & won 21 times
    $800 9
Now with 139 titles, his travel guide line began 50 years ago with "1936...On the Continent"
    DD: $1,000 5
An antifriction rolling machine contact
    $1000 14
"Our Chief Magistrate & His Powers"
    $1000 18
If you buy a pewter tankard today, you'd be buying a mug of mostly this metal
    $1000 24
If you want to double a number in the binary system, you just add this digit on the right
    $1000 27
In '86 A.B. Giamatti replaced Chub Feeney, a former "Jeopardy!" contestant, in this post
    $1000 28
A stop in this capital city's Illum department store can get you Lego sets you've never seen before
    $1000 6
Undersecretary of State under JFK, LBJ made him U.N. Ambassador

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ray Cindy Doug
$2,700 $600 $7,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of 2 South American countries whose name & capital's name have the same # of letters

Final scores:

Ray Cindy Doug
$0 $1,199 $8,700
3rd place: a Videowriter word processor 2nd place: an oak modular shelving system & Service Merchandise gift certificate New champion: $8,700

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ray Cindy Doug
$2,700 $1,000 $7,500
15 R,
6 W
8 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $11,200

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