Show #622 - Tuesday, April 28, 1987


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Nancy Adams, a medical business manager from Albany, California

Bruce Adelstein, a research consultant from Los Angeles, California

Peggy Johnson, a teacher from San Diego, California

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We're an equal opportunity show, so we've got...)
(Alex: Followed by...)
    $100 2
This country called the 1st satellite it launched on its own the "Rising Sun I"
    $100 1
Guinness says the 1st woman to set foot on this continent was Karoline Mikkelsen in 1935
    $100 23
His dog McBarker is nearsighted too
    $100 17
Reportedly, 2/3 of the 330.000 Australians who served in this 20th C. war wounded or killed
    $100 13
Bonded together you & I are upright, apart you & I collapse
    $100 8
In the cheer, words which usually precede "hurrah"
    $200 7
Type of animal that went up with Sputnik 2
    $200 3
Of a day, a month or a year, length of Hitler's marriage to Eva Braun
    $200 24
Spy team that followed but feared Fearless Leader
    $200 18
It's what the "diggers" were digging for in the 1850s
    $200 14
The 4th month's precipitations elicit the 5th month's blooms
    $200 9
The time, 1967; the district, Haight-Ashbury; the people, known as this
    $300 28
Patriotic name shared by the Apollo 11 command module & a Space Shuttle orbiter
    $300 4
Sociologist Frances Perkins, appointed labor secretary in 1933
    $300 25
Show whose theme asked "How much is that gorilla in the window?"
    $300 19
Person next in line to be monarch of Australia
    $300 15
At no time gaze at one freely proffered palomino's pearlies
    $300 10
The fleshy seed receptacle of this flower is called a hip
    $400 27
Term for the push given to a rocket by its engines
    $400 5
Ironically, her husband John Rolfe was probably killed in an Indian massacre in 1622
    DD: $400 21
1 of the 2 game shows produced by Aussie Reg Grundy for U.S. networks
    $400 16
A singular despicable Delicious defiles an entire oak caskful
    $400 11
In the word hippopotamus, "Hippo" doesn't make fun of its girth, but means this
    $500 26
The space centers in Cape Canaveral & Houston are named after these 2 people
    $500 6
The 2nd of Henry VIII's wives to be beheaded, it's said her ghost is seen at Hampton Court Palace
    $500 22
While Europeans brought cats, sheep and rabbits to the continent, aborigines brought only this carnivore
    $500 20
Succeed as one plumbous blimp
    $500 12
Football infraction signaled when the official puts hands to hips

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

Peggy Bruce Nancy
-$200 $0 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Peggy Bruce Nancy
$1,700 $800 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And since we had HIPS in the first round, we've got [*] in this one.)
    $200 1
From Latin "vacca" or cow, Jenner's method of inoculating using cow pox was called this
    $200 3
Christian church that's world's largest single denomination, with 1/8 of humanity as members
    $200 10
"Lend me" these "and I'll sing you a song & I'll try not to sing out of key"
    $200 18
Castle & Cooke primarily peddles its pineapples under this brand name
    $200 2
Published in 1898, this Wells novel had its biggest impact when adapted by another Welles in 1938
    $200 19
An oil from dried flowers of the hop plant is used in brewing this
    $400 4
It is the point on which a lever turns
    $400 5
Synagogues are usually oriented so that the worshipers face in direction of this city
    $400 12
It's where Carole King felt "the earth move"
    DD: $300 24
When NBC displays this logo, it means the show is telecast this way:
    $400 6
In just over a century after 1st publication, it's said there were 160 editions of this John Bunyan classic
    $400 23
A kangaroo, a storage space, a "Blue Velvet" star
    $600 7
In 1834, Christian Thomsen divided early human history into these 3 ages
    $600 8
In 1961. the Universalist church, which believes in the salvation of everyone, merged with this church
    $600 13
In 1958 hit, Elvis asked, "won't you wear my ring" there
    $600 25
The Bell company acquired control of this firm in 1881 to have a source for standardized equipment
    $600 9
Wilfred is the 1st name of the title character in this novel by Sir Walter Scott
    DD: $1,000 16
The term "positron" was coined by combining these 2 words
    $800 14
Oldest sacred writings of any major religion, the Vedas, belong to this one
    $800 21
Human organ mentioned in Sonny & Cher's "The Beat Goes On"
    $800 26
The NBA has designated a product called "Stinky Pinky" the official one for player's shoes
    $800 11
Revolted by his own decadence, he stabs his own picture & dies as a result
    $1000 17
The lithosphere & this together form the earth's surface
    $1000 15
Preacher whose term for accepting grace at revival meetings was "hit the sawdust trail'
    $1000 22
In a #1 hit, Pat Boone said, "let me kiss you please, baby, please, 'cause it's cold &" this might happen
    $1000 27
From 31,000 suggestions, Sperry & Burroughs picked this name for their newly merged company
    $1000 20
As stated in the book's title, Tom Jones started out life as one of these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Peggy Bruce Nancy
$2,600 $4,200 $2,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Total number of presidents who died while in office

Final scores:

Peggy Bruce Nancy
$1,100 $5,700 $5
2nd place: a trip to New York New champion: $5,700 3rd place: an Ensoniq digital piano

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Peggy Bruce Nancy
$2,900 $4,000 $2,400
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $9,300

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Game tape date: 1987-01-07
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