Show #600 - Friday, March 27, 1987


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Dale Webster, a sales representative originally from Omaha, Nebraska

Kate Kahn, a secretary originally from Cincinnati, Ohio

Pam Quillan, a technical manager from Silver Spring, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,400)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 18
Cable services are starting to scramble signals to prevent free viewing by 1.5 mil. owners of these
    $100 16
Life on the Mississippi with an orphan & a runaway slave
    $100 1
Noche Buena & Corona
    $100 6
Marrying Prince Andrew, Sarah Ferguson vowed "to love, honor &" do this, which Diana had declined to say
    $100 23
Sailors once believed tattoos of pigs & roosters would prevent this, since both hated water
    $100 7
For a Boy Scout, it's the tie that binds
    $200 19
Manufactured by Seeburg, the M-100-B of 1950 was the 1st of these to play 45s
    $200 17
After a shipwreck, an 18th c. adventurer gets tied down in Lilliput before he can return home
    $200 2
Kingfisher & Taj Mahal
    $200 12
Monarch since '72 Queen Margrethe II is the 1st of these to reign over Denmark in her own right
    $200 25
"Fiddler's Green" is where old sailors go after doing this
    $200 8
Going do-si-do
    $300 20
Overcoming 1974 shortage of yams used in making these pills, Japan found way to synthesize the hormones
    $300 24
A London physician discovers he's as different as night & day
    $300 3
Grizzly & Moosehead
    $300 13
Built for Shah of that Mahal fame, the Peacock Throne was later used by this country's shahs
    $300 28
If you're on a "Nantucket sleigh ride", 1 of these is pulling your boat
    $300 9
Going face-to-face
    $400 21
Letter name of new Chrysler/Maserati car Iacocca calls "The best looking Italian...since my mother..."
    $400 26
Rudolf Rassendyll has a close shave when he's mistaken for the King of Ruritania
    $400 4
Spartan & Atlas
    $400 14
Prince Vladimir of Kiev, Louis IX or France & Edward the Confessor were all made these after death
    $400 29
A "crimp"s criminal specialty was doing this to sailors--even if they didn't end up in China
    $400 10
Chester Gould always portrayed Dick Tracy's face with a razor sharp nose & 1 of these
    $500 22
Pronounced "disaster proof", W. Germany's successfully tested MHTGR is a type of this
    DD: $700 27
Hostile aliens fall victim to germ warfare in England
    $500 5
Toohey's & Foster's
    $500 15
"The Man in the Iron Mask" was rumored to be the twin of this longest-reigning French monarch
    $500 30
San Francisco's infamous harbor district, it was the setting & title of a 1975 William Shatner TV series
    $500 11
Nickname for a boxer's playing field

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Pam Kate Dale
$1,600 $2,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Kate Dale
$2,400 $2,500 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: All of the clues are quotes that will help you identify the individual.)
    $200 21
He played 1 pro football game in Hawaii before joining the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947
    $200 16
"Mona Lisa" has this hand crossed over the other
    $200 7
In his 2nd biggest hit ever, Tom Jones asked this animal "What's New?"
    $200 1
In 1989, the Eiffel Tower will celebrate this anniversary
    $200 2
Letters are my life, & I've never turned a wrong one
    $400 22
In 1945, John Johnson began publishing this "Life"like magazine
    $400 17
Term for water colors made with egg yolks, it sounds like a Japanese fried shrimp
    $400 8
In the Ray Stevens 1962 novelty hit, Ahab's camel was named this
    $400 23
The average adult has about 9000-10,000 of these, mainly on the upper surface of the tongue
    $400 12
Located between Nevada & Arizona, its over 200 sq. mi. reservoir holds some 10 trillion gallons of water
    $400 3
Cousin of the man who created the Heimlich Maneuver, I was Potsie on "Happy Days"
    $600 18
August 18, 1986 covers of both "Time" & "Newsweek"' featured Wyeth portraits of this model
    $600 9
The group "America"s first #1 hit was about this horse
    $600 24
Uterine duct named after 16th century Italian anatomist who 1st described it
    $600 13
Name given the building which contained the remains of King Mausolus of Caira, who died in 353 B.C.
    $600 4
At age 12, this "Laugh-In" announcer got a cartoon scholarship from Charles Schulz
    DD: $500 19
Hedonistic title of the following masterpiece by Hieronymous Bosch:
    $800 10
"Whistle While You Work" advises, "Forget your trouble, try to be just like a cheerful" one of these
    $800 25
It consists of the brain & spinal cord
    $800 14
A watchtower was built every 100-200 yards along this structure over 2000 miles long
    $800 5
Among my movie lines were "I forgot my mantra" in "Annie Hall" & "Some of us are scum" in "The Big Chill"
    $1000 20
French artist who broke with the realists, he caused a scandal in 1865 with his "Olympia"
    $1000 11
The 2 animals mentioned among the tasks in the Coasters' #1 Hit, "Yakety Yak (Don't Talk Back)"
    DD: $500 26
Function common to the nose & the kidney
    $1000 15
Finished after 12 years in 280 B.C., this giant statue was destroyed by earthquake about 50 years later
    $1000 6
I dueled with Romeo as Tybalt & fenced with Cardinal Richelieu's men as d'Artagnan

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Kate Dale
$2,200 $4,800 $3,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

With an average elevation of over 6000 feet, it's the highest continent

Final scores:

Pam Kate Dale
$4,400 $2,800 $100
2-day champion: $14,800 2nd place: Tappan electric range + Krups kitchen products 3rd place: Nikko Ceramics dinnerware

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Pam Kate Dale
$2,200 $6,000 $4,200
13 R,
4 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $12,400

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Game tape date: 1986-12-02
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