Show #541 - Monday, January 5, 1987

Keith Bell game 2.


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Dale Butland, a press secretary originally from Columbus, Ohio

Charlene Hofferstad, a housewife from North Haven, Connecticut

Keith Bell, a personnel specialist from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,901)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
NBC announcer you find in your mailbox pushing $10,000,000 he'll personally award to you
    $100 5
Herman Long committed 1045, more than any other player in professional baseball history
    $100 1
The form of Gaelic spoken in Ireland is commonly called this
    $100 13
Tart summer cooler which sounds like a Bob Geldof concert for a starving Jack Lemmon
    $100 16
It was Thursday, 9 o'clock; turned on this show; cop named Friday wanted "Just the facts, ma'am"
    $100 4
It's not a bunch of cats, but a bunch of cows
    $200 6
In 1977, suicidal T. Helms jumped off 86th floor of this building only to land on 85th floor ledge
    $200 2
It's the longest river entirely within England
    $200 14
Most of the deer meat for America's restaurants comes from this island country known for lamb
    $200 17
Of "Harry-O", "Cannon", or "Banacek", the one who wasn't an ex-cop
    $300 23
The 3 types of events in a triathlon competition
    $300 7
In 1967 in England, 16 months after being sterilized, a woman went back to the same hospital to do this
    $300 3
With 58 letters, a tiny village in this country has honor of having longest place-name in the British Isles
    $300 15
Of fruit cakes, raw clams or sandwiches, the 1 which Kraft recommends not to freeze
    $300 18
He once described his series "Bronk" as "Stupid" - believe it or not
    $400 21
In a tie breaker, finalists usually write a short paragraph with this length restriction
    $400 8
Anatomically incorrect, the Lacoste shirt logo was supposed to be this, R. Lacoste's nickname
    $400 11
Meaning "offspring", it's a traditional Scottish social unit sharing common ancestry & surname
    $400 19
Former Olympic decathlon star who filled in for Erik Estrada during salary dispute on "CHiPs"
    $500 22
Part of the body contorted in a girning contest
    $500 9
Soft drink company whose "Come alive" slogan in China meant " brings your ancestors back from the grave"
    $500 12
These open wastelands covered by wet peat & heather are found in Eng., Scotland & most T. Hardy novels
    $500 20
Detective whose writing a novel, "Blood on the Badge", became a running joke on "Barney Miller"
    $500 24
A feline's ability to form a mountain chain

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

Keith Charlene Dale
$400 $600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Charlene Dale
$1,500 $800 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Their "Adoration" was title subject of both da Fabriano & da Vinci
    $200 16
In this family Julio & Ernest sued their brother, cheese maker Joseph, for trademark infringement
    $200 6
In 1951, this first lady tried to run for Vice President of Argentina
    $200 1
Letter which precedes "T.E." & "I. Joe"
    $200 17
The largest reported # of costume changes, 65 by 1 actor, was by Liz Taylor in this 1963 film
    $200 9
The witch fattened this boy up for her "Grimm" dinner, but Gretel only got to eat crab-shells
    $400 8
Number of gleaners in the foreground of "The Gleaners"
    $400 10
Henry VIII's first mother-in-law, she was consort to Ferdinand of Aragon
    $400 2
Letter which is the nickname of the youth organization founded in 1844 by George Williams
    $400 18
Ironically, Bible Belt states of N. & S. Carolina are said to have largest concentration of these cinemas
    $400 23
Sondheim show in which A. Lansbury suggested "Shepherd's pie peppered with actual shepherd on top"
    $600 13
Mode of transportation represented in 19th cent. British artist J.M.W. Turner's "Rain, Steam, & Speed"
    $600 11
Partially paralyzed in a 1901 train wreck, she recovered & returned to sharpshooting
    $600 3
Used with years, it's the abbreviation of the Latin word for "about"
    $600 19
"M*A*S*H", "Fahrenheit 451", & "The Magnificent Ambersons" have credits presented in this unusual way
    $600 24
Humorist whose "Cannibalism in the Cars" told of a congressman who chews up his constituents
    DD: $1,000 14
Born in 1475, he was son of Signor Lodovico di Leonardo Buonarroti Simoni
    $800 12
African-born Phillis Wheatley's 1st poems were published in 1770, though she was this
    DD: $500 4
Only letter which begins 1 day of the week & 2 months
    $800 20
"Incubus", w/Wm. Shatner, 1 of few American films w/English subtitles, is in this universal language
    $1000 15
"Girl with a Red Hat" is 1 of only some 35 known paintings by this 17th century Dutch artist
    $1000 22
After the Civil War, this nurse was placed in charge of government-sponsored search for MIAs
    $1000 5
Vehicle identification numbers of Toyotas always begin with this letter
    $1000 21
With about 79.5 million moviegoers daily, this country has largest cinema attendance in world

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Charlene Dale
$1,500 -$300 $1,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 1986 Reader's Digest Almanac lists this city as "The Capital of the World"

Final scores:

Keith Charlene Dale
$2,000 -$300 $2,000
2-day co-champion: $15,901 2nd place New co-champion: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Keith Charlene Dale
$1,300 $0 $1,000
17 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
10 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $2,300

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Game tape date: 1986-10-08
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