Show #565 - Friday, February 6, 1987


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Mary Hammond, a homemaker originally from Kansas City, Missouri

Susan Kaisler, a French teacher from Mesa, Arizona

Joel Nathanson, a dentist from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $20,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
It's the gesture Johnny Carson will use to conclude his monologue "tonight"
    $100 16
To visit site of these 1692 trials you have to go to Danvers, 4 miles NW of Salem
    $100 26
This team formerly included a "Goose" & a "Meadowlark"
    $100 17
Black widow spiders get their name because they often do this after mating
    $100 1
The Everly Bros. died each time they heard this sound, "Here he comes, that's" this girl's "clown"
    $100 6
Broadway show in which, despite the song, Lola couldn't quite get what she wanted
    $200 11
At close of "American Top 40" he advises, "Keep your feet on the ground & keep reaching for the stars"
    $200 18
Film at this country's Expo '86 Pavilion featured their young stars, like Nastassja Kinski & Boris Becker
    $200 21
When Juergen Hergert set record, spending 90 days in a cage with 24 of these, he got cheers, not hisses
    $200 2
In 1957, Buddy Holly told her, "I love you...with a love so rare & true"
    $200 7
The 4555 ton, 375 foot 4-masted 1853 "Great Republic", or Joe DiMaggio
    $300 13
After Pete Townshend broke his guitar on a whim, this group made instrument smashing a trademark
    $300 19
Travelers to Thailand would use bahts & satangs for this
    $300 22
Mayor Koch says he believes there are as many of these in the city as there are New Yorkers
    $300 3
Many believed The Association's 1st hit song, "Along Comes Mary" was an ode to this
    $300 8
During the Civil War, this song was parodied in the Confederacy
    $400 14
It was this, John Moschitta's way with words, that made Federal Express commercials fly
    $400 20
A popular stop in Bogota is the "Museo del Oro", which translates to this
    $400 23
Teeth of these S. American fish are so sharp, some Indians use them as scissors & razor blades
    $400 4
"Donna, Donna" was this of Dion's heart
    $400 9
4-word anti-American slogan chanted over and over by Castro's supporters in the early '60s
    $500 15
Known for dressing the stars, she dressed herself in beige suits, glasses, bangs & a bun
    $500 25
In Saudi Arabia, it's more diplomatic if you eat using only this "utensil"
    DD: $600 24
Smallest animal sign of the Zodiac, it's the only one that stings
    $500 5
She was "always window shopping but never stopping to buy"
    $500 12
500 knights are transferred from horses to bicycles in this 19th century novel satirizing chivalry

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

Joel Susan Mary
$300 $200 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Susan Mary
$1,300 $100 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
To commit suicide "Madame Bovary" ate a handful of this, not old lace
    $200 22
In the U.S., time zone which falls between Mountain & Eastern
    $200 11
Guinness says this current resident of 10 Downing Street was 1st portrayed on film in "For Your Eyes Only"
    $200 2
In the ads, Tareyton smokers who'd "rather fight than switch" sported this injury
    $200 23
Known ironically, for showy blossoms, this "shy" flower really does grow on walls
    $200 3
James Dean was considered the embodiment of the title of this film in which he starred
    $400 7
This young man's father wrote him a letter of recommendation to the captain of the king's musketeers
    $400 16
Theoretically, this "line" is halfway around the world from the Greenwich Prime Meridian
    $400 12
R. Chandler's novel was set in L.A., but this '77 remake was "curiously & ineffectively set in London"
    $400 20
Since it's world's best selling brand, we could say this cigarette's "country" is the largest
    $400 4
A prolonged high-pitched scream associated with Confederate soldiers
    $600 8
Name by which Eva St. Clare is better known in "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
    $600 17
For the Los Angeles Lakers & Clippers, it's Floyd Jensen, a man in his mid-sixties
    $600 13
In "My Fair Lady", Eliza Doolittle peddled her posies here, in front of the opera house
    $600 21
1 of Columbus' men, Rodrigo de Jerez, introduced tobacco to Spain & was imprisoned for smoking by this institution
    $600 5
Tho The Crystals were a real group, this, their biggest hit, was actually sung by Darlene Love & The Blossoms
    $800 9
"The Moon & Sixpence" is his novel based on the life of Gauguin
    DD: $1,800 18
In Longfellow's "A Psalm of Life", it's where we leave footsteps when departing
    $800 14
The bird woman in "Mary Poppins" sells feed for birds in front of this church build by Wren
    $800 24
In 1924, Durham N.C.'s Trinity College was endowed by an owner of Amer. Tobacco Co., & renamed this
    $800 6
This 1970 ABC series set in 1777 showed exploits of Pennsylvania's Yankee Doodle Society
    $1000 10
James Joyce depicted himself as Stephen Dedalus in both "Ulysses" & this novel
    $1000 19
Book on the Kennedy administration that won Arthur Schlesinger Jr. a Pulitzer Prize
    $1000 15
1973 film in which George Segal trysts with Glenda Jackson in a Garrard St. flat
    $1000 25
Among the "patterns" in this fat Massachusetts poetess' life was smoking fat black cigars
    $1000 27
This pink flower, which resembles a broken heart, blooms "liberally" from March to July
    DD: $1,600 26
Called rock & roll's No. 1 instrumentalist, Duane Eddy had his 1st big hit with this:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joel Susan Mary
$100 $3,300 $10,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Alexandria, Herculaneum & Memphis can be found on banks of this 2348-mile-long river

Final scores:

Joel Susan Mary
$0 $3,000 $9,000
3rd place: Helbros his & hers sports watches 2nd place: Admiral refrigerator & Donvier ice cream makers New champion: $9,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joel Susan Mary
$1,700 $3,300 $9,300
8 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
2 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $14,300

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Game tape date: 1986-11-05
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