Show #630 - Friday, May 8, 1987


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Tim Casey, a graphic artist from St. Paul, Minnesota

Michael Aronson, a graduate student from Needham, Massachusetts

Mark Stitham, a physician from Kailua, Hawaii (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
The trains of the Uyuni-Pulcayo Railway in Bolivia still use this type of engine
    $100 7
In '86 parade, the Chipmunks rode a "floloon", a combination of these 2 parade standards
    $100 10
"Shingle" is a word in this language
    $100 1
In 1986, Martin Short was part of this title trio
    $100 3
Probably named for Roman goddess who protects women, it's still thought luckiest month for weddings
    $100 23
Current majority party in the House--of Representatives
    $200 15
Inca Kola, touted as having "the natural flavor", originated in this country
    $200 8
With high winds in 1956, only this rodent balloon had the might to make it to the parade's end
    $200 11
It's just the thing to follow day
    $200 2
Miss Piggy made her big screen debut in this 1979 film
    $200 12
A 16th c. quote says "marriages are made here" "& consumated on Earth"
    $200 24
The number of representatives a state has in the House depends on this
    $300 20
Near death, this liberator wrote "The most sensible action to take in (Latin) America is to emigrate"
    $300 17
The 1st time this group of toe-tapping women lined up & high kicked in a Macy's Parade was in 1958
    $300 25
My friends in the Alps
    $300 4
The Brothers Gibb were very big in this 1978 musical based on Beatles' music
    $300 13
Of Jerry Lewis, Jerry Lee Lewis, or Shari Lewis, the 1 who married a 13-year-old cousin
    $300 26
Rescinding a 19th c. ban, a new rule allows House members to mention this "other body" by name
    $400 21
This 1986 Robert De Niro film was shot around the Iguassu Falls, on the Brazil-Argentina border
    $400 18
A train rolled off this 50-year-old game's board & into the parade in 1985
    $400 29
Planet found near the edge, not the heart, of the galaxy
    $400 5
Due to poor reactions at previews, Frank Oz "planted" a happy ending on this 1986 film
    $400 14
Frank Burns went AWOL when she married Lt. Colonel Donald Penobscott
    $400 27
He took over Tip O'Neill's spot as speaker
    $500 22
It was the profession of Argentinian Jorge Luis Borges
    $500 19
All floats are built so they can fit through this on the trip from N.J. to N.Y.
    $500 30
A knight's weapon for a clean kill
    DD: $300 6
Actor who appeared in every movie mentioned in this category
    $500 16
Bonnie Bartlett & William Daniels are married to each other in real life & on this TV series
    $500 28
His winning one of Iowa's seats in 1986 could be filmed as "Mr. Gopher Smith Goes to Washington"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Mark Michael Tim
$400 $100 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Michael Tim
$1,200 $2,000 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Fluid containing erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets, & plasma
    $200 2
In 1898, NYC absorbed Brooklyn, reportedly to prevent this city from becoming the largest in U.S.
    $200 17
He sings "I wear the black for the poor & beaten down, livin' on the hopeless hungry side of town"
    $200 16
In works by Milton & Mortimer, word in titles preceding "Lost"
"Regained" & "Postponed"
    $200 3
Color in the name of the family which has ruled the Netherlands since 1815
    $200 19
The study of this is... pseudology...yeah, that's the ticket, pseudology!
    $400 6
Common name for the tibia, hockey players wear guards to protect it
    DD: $2,000 9
City in title of the following 1968 hit: "L.A. is a great big freeway / Put a hundred down and buy a car..."
    $400 18
"To All The Girls I've Loved Before" was a big hit for the duo of Julio Iglesias & this star
    $400 26
Her 1949 tale, "The Lottery", didn't feature a pick 6 for cash, but a pick 1 for stoning
    $400 4
Shade of green which might feature a pimiento
    $400 20
Vermiology, the study of these, has many a fisherman hooked
    $600 13
Glands in the mouth which respond to the thought or presence of food
    $600 10
"The Buckle on the Bible Belt", it's #1 city in Bible publishing & home of Gideons International
    $600 28
In 1962, Roy Acuff became 1st person elected to Country Music Hall of Fame who wasn't this
    $600 27
1951 novel about Robert E. Lee Prewitt's life in Hawaii in 1941
    $600 5
This shade of red describes the blonde Jimmy Cagney fell for in a 1941 film
    $600 21
From Greek "deltion", a small writing tablet, deltiology is the study of these mailable objects
    DD: $900 14
The hepatic artery supplies this body part with oxygen
    $800 11
While half the states have a town named Springfield, this state has the biggest one
    $800 24
Title shared by novels of H.G. Wells & Ralph Ellison, though H.G. added a "The"
    $800 7
A shade of yellow or a famous Meadowlark
    $800 22
If you've got a "loch" on a degree in limnology, you study these
    $1000 15
Term for the tension in resting muscles, or the shade or color of your skin
    $1000 12
This state's 2nd-largest city, Rockville, has only 1/17th as many people as its largest city
    $1000 25
The darkest time of this British author's youth was his job of pasting labels on pots of stove blacking
    $1000 8
A shade of purple, or something especially desirable
    $1000 23
This is the correct word for the study of the correct words used in a particular trade or field

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Michael Tim
$5,700 $2,600 $9,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This not-widely circulated bill is the only 1 to have a famous historic event depicted on the back

Final scores:

Mark Michael Tim
$700 $5,100 $7,799
3rd place: Foremost wood ensemble shelving 2nd place: Roper range & InKor cookware New champion: $7,799

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Michael Tim
$5,600 $2,600 $8,300
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R,
4 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 1987-01-13
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