Show #612 - Tuesday, April 14, 1987


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Vince Scott, a physician originally from Detroit, Michigan

Carol Jackson, a teacher originally from Glasgow, Scotland

Jim Ryan, a writer from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,050)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Wonderful city!)
    $100 3
San Francisco is accessible by land only from this direction
    $100 13
Caswell-Massey still sells "#6", the favorite cologne of this #1 president
    $100 21
Bill Sharman, Bob Cousy, & Bill Russell
    $100 1
Appropriate last name of snowy-haired brothers Johnny & Edgar
    $100 8
This biblical villain is said to haunt Switzerland's Mount Pilatus on Good Friday
    $100 10
1st name -- or is it 1st & middle? -- of the winner of the 1936 Miss Hungary beauty pageant
    $200 7
This famous marine area is found at the foot of Taylor Street
    $200 14
Sarah Bernhardt slathered on a night cream made from this popular pickle vegetable
    $200 22
Reggie Jackson, Graig Nettles, & Bucky Dent
    $200 2
Lionel Richie sang lead for this Motown group before going solo in the '80s
    $200 24
That "rare" person whose efforts to produce a ghost at a seance are "well done"
    $200 11
To the French this sugary candy is "good good"
    $300 9
Once covering 58 miles, the routes for these have been reduced to less than 10 miles
    $300 19
It's said that to tint their bodies, East Indians used this paste now used in marzipan
    $300 23
Reggie Jackson, Nolan Ryan, & Dean Chance
    $300 4
This label has digitally remastered Elvis Presley's early records back into mono
    $300 27
Beheaded queen whose ghost returns to Norfolk, England on every anniversary of her execution
    DD: $100 12
Despite what you may have heard, published lyrics of this song are not at all racy:
    $400 15
What you're doing if you participate in the "Bay to Breakers"
    $400 20
"Springing eternal", this comic said his make-up crew also restored the Statue of Liberty
    $400 25
Jim Taylor, Ray Nitschke, & Bart Starr
    $400 5
His fans are "Parrotheads"; his band, "The Coral Reefers"; & his biggest hit, "Margaritaville"
    $400 28
Some say this pirate's ghost still swims around Teach's Hole, N.C. searching for his head
    $400 17
The capital of American Samoa, Pago Pago, was formerly named & is usually still called this
    $500 16
In "I Left My Heart in San Francisco", it "may fill the air, I don't care"
    $500 26
Sid Abel, Ted Lindsay, & Gordie Howe
    $500 6
Carlos Santana's brother Jorge led this "bad" Latin-rock band
    $500 18
Nickname of former NHL star B. Geoffrion & Freddie Washington on "Welcome Back, Kotter"

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

Jim Carol Vince
$1,000 $500 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Carol Vince
$2,100 $1,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In "His Way", author Kitty Kelley told things her way about his life
    $200 10
Martin Luther's translation of the Bible into this language is considered a literary masterpiece
    $200 23
The 1966 Michigan State-Notre Dame game was first TV event ever sent from mainland to Hawaii via this
    $200 13
French for "head to foot", a tete-beche error occurs when 1 stamp in a series is printed this way
    $200 2
In both "The President's Lady" & "The Buccaneer", Charlton Heston played this hero of the War of 1812
    $200 16
In our solar system, it's the only planet whose name can be preceded by "The"
    DD: $500 3
The 4 words which begin the title of every Perry Mason story
    $400 11
L.A. Times says people of this country often describe it as 70% Catholic, 30% Protestant & 100% Voodoo
    $400 24
1986 was 1st year a man was selected to head this nonpartisan organization concerned with voter education
    $400 14
Name for any mark, such as a postmark, applied to a stamp on a letter to prevent its reuse
    $400 6
He taught surveying to Meriwether Lewis & later sent him on his way
    $400 19
The only New York City borough to have "The" in its name
    $600 4
William Styron's 1979 story of a Polish Catholic survivor of Auschwitz
    $600 12
In Hinduism it's a mystical word or formula chanted repeatedly
    $600 25
In 1953 "Amazon Annie" became 1st cannon to use this type of ammo
    $600 15
From Greek for "loving exemption from payment", it's the study & collection of postage stamps
    $600 7
His wife, born Anne Frances Robbins, is a 10th cousin to England's Princess Diana
    $600 20
More popular name of the 1968 Beatles album "The Beatles"
    $800 5
Author who sued New York Times in 1986 for not putting his "Exorcist" sequel on best seller list
    $800 17
It's said John Paul II was 1st pope since Peter to visit 1 of these houses of worship
    $800 26
The 1st synthetic fiber successfully used to make ropes & cordage
    $800 29
Among the most complete stamp collections in the that which this famous cardinal collected
    $800 8
William Henry Harrison lost his job as 1st U.S. minister to Colombia after offending this "Liberator"
    $800 21
Matt Johnson's British band, its name's a dual definite article
    $1000 28
Author of both, he called his screenplay for 1958's "The Fly" "Equal in quality to 'Noble House'"
    $1000 18
In this branch of Christianity, priests can marry, though bishops can't
    $1000 27
Wilma Mankiller is the 1st woman to serve as chief of this Indian nation centered in Oklahoma
    $1000 9
New York City's Wave Hill Mansion was home at different times to Mark Twain & this police commissioner
    DD: $1,000 22
European country & its seat of gov't, both of which begin with "The", in their language "Der" & "Den"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Carol Vince
$8,300 $2,900 $3,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 highest grossing films of 1965, both musicals, starred this actress

Final scores:

Jim Carol Vince
$10,300 $5,700 $4,000
2-day champion: $16,350 2nd place: Trip to Fort Lauderdale, Florida 3rd place: Whirlpool refrigerator

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Carol Vince
$9,300 $2,900 $3,000
24 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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Game tape date: 1986-12-10
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