Show #611 - Monday, April 13, 1987


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Jim Ryan, a writer from Alexandria, Virginia

Bev Praver, an entertaining educator from Covina, California

Chris Walkey, a jeweler originally from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

[Alex mentioned the category's clues had not been selected in two previous games.]
    $100 11
By improving the railroad sleeping car, he managed to get it named after him
    $100 16
From the Latin "duplus", meaning double, this Spanish coin was used in America until the 1800s
    $100 1
The courage needed to remove chicken feathers or eyebrows
    $100 18
Though he set it in 1901, Napoleon Lajoie still holds a Major League record in this sport
    $100 3
Between the parade & the fireworks she flies over Fantasyland summer nights at about 9:30 P.M.
    $100 17
This explorer landed at Cape Honduras in 1502, claiming the land for Spain
    DD: $700 12
This was the 1st No. 1 hit for "The Monkees":

"Cause I'm leaving in the morning / And I must see you again / We'll have one more night together / Till the morning brings my train and I must go / Oh, no, no, no / Oh, no, no, no..."
    $200 20
Hiding a money's source by channeling it through an intermediary, it doesn't wash with the feds
    $200 2
Children's game where one repeatedly covers & uncovers one's face
    $200 19
Napoleon gradually seizes power in this George Orwell story
    $200 5
The July 17, 1955 opening day TV show was hosted by A. Linkletter, B. Cummings, & this future Calif. governor
    $200 24
The nation's leading source of income is this fruit
    $300 13
Shot in New Jersey in 1903, this film, some 10 minutes in length, is often called the 1st western ever
    $300 4
This travel document originally gave you permission to go through a harbor
    $300 21
Cinco de Mayo commemorates 1862 Mexican triumph over his forces
    $300 8
He gets more phone calls than anyone else at Disneyland
    $300 25
The city of Copan was a scientific & ceremonial center for this Indian civilization
    $400 14
The cities at the end of the line for the "20th Century Limited"
    $400 6
A part of Oklahoma, or to beg in the streets
    $400 22
Famed self-help author Og Mandino says this man's "Think & Grow Rich" is best how-to-succeed book
    $400 9
You can board steam-powered railroad trains at New Orleans Square, Main Street, U.S.A., & , oddly, here
    $500 15
Name for members of a railroad work gang, from the Gandy Co. of Chicago which made tools for them
    $500 7
It's the stuff that makes jelly thicken
    $500 23
In 1804, this man crowned Napoleon Bonaparte Emperor of the French
    $500 10
There's one of these on Main Street open 7 days a week--but only from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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

Chris Bev Jim
$200 $1,000 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Bev Jim
$100 $1,000 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Douglas, a manly name, is fitting for the capital of this isle in the Irish Sea
    $200 17
20 years apart, the Left Banke and Southside Johnny & the Jukes told her to "Walk Away"
    $200 6
After winning 27 games in 1966, this National League pitcher retired
    $200 25
It's said that these stiff skirt supports were developed in Spain to hide a royal pregnancy
    $200 9
William Blake wrote this "redbreast in a cage puts all heaven in a rage"
    $200 12
Since it emphasizes the wrong food, never withhold this course to make jr. eat all his spinach
    $400 2
Of Bermuda, Hong Kong, or the Seychelles, the 1 whose capital is not named Victoria
    $400 18
This invitation comes between "Walk right in" & "daddy let your hair hang down"
    DD: $800 7
George Harrison, Brigitte Bardot, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Frank Sinatra, Luci Baines Johnson, & Wm. O. Douglas
    $400 26
1st carried for display during the 1400s, they were called "napkins"
    $400 13
In "A Song of Sixpence" 1 of these pecked off the maid's nose
    $400 20
Many babies, after learning to stand, keep standing until exhausted, since they don't know how to do this
    DD: $700 3
This European capital is on 2 separate islands, Sjaelland & Amager
    $600 19
"Walk on , walk on with hope in your heart & you'll never..." do this
    $600 8
Otto Preminger & "Swifty" Lazar came to blows over film rights to this new book by Truman Capote
    $600 27
From Old French "pome d'ambre", these perfume holders were worn to ward off odor & infections
    $600 14
A dead one was hung about the ancient mariner's neck
    $600 21
About this birthday, baby starts to throw toys & food, not to drive mom crazy, but just because he can
    $800 4
It's said early dictators copied European architecture to make this capital of Paraguay look European
    $800 24
In 1964 the Shangri-Las wanted you to "Remember--walking..." here
    $800 10
The Georgia state legislature refused to seat him because of his views on Vietnam & the draft
    $800 28
A lady's "coif" wasn't her hairdo but 1 of these usually white & worn under her hood
    $800 15
While Shelley wrote "To a Skylark" Keats wrote an "Ode to" this bird
    $800 22
To discourage twins' private language, mom might refuse their demands unless expressed this way
    $1000 5
The headquarters of the Organization of American States is located in this capital city
    $1000 11
April 18, 1966, he said "Half of this (Oscar) belongs to some horse somewhere in the valley..."
    $1000 16
Tennyson said, "He clasps the crag with crooked hands"
    $1000 23
Playing pat-a-cake, etc. to excess can spoil baby to the point he forgets how to do this for himself

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Bev Jim
$200 $3,000 $5,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

They are the only Major League Baseball team which prints their media guide in 2 languages

Final scores:

Chris Bev Jim
$400 $1,000 $6,050
3rd place: Colortyme VCR 2nd place: Magnavox VideoWRITER word processor & Ortho day bed New champion: $6,050

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Bev Jim
$900 $3,700 $5,500
10 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $10,100

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Game tape date: 1986-12-10
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