Show #644 - Thursday, May 28, 1987


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Ira Levine, a plastic surgeon from Newport Beach, California

Stephen Bradshaw, a graduate student from Fayetteville, Arkansas

Bob McGreevy, an attorney from South Salem, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,150)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally, an old Jeopardy! standby...)
    $100 4
Montana's tallest building, an 18-story bank, is in this city that sounds like "buildings"
    $100 1
Unlike large leopards, leopard cats have some of these arranged in rows
    $100 12
Of the base line or service line, the one that's farther back
    $100 26
This series inspired "The Brady Kids" & "The Brady Brides"
    $100 21
A "neck-tie party" was one of these, not a Father's Day celebration
    $100 9
It's said many 17th c. women had no eyelashes because they singed them off when blowing out these
    $200 5
It's rumored the buyer thought he bought a different bridge when he bought this 1 now at Lake Havasu, Ariz.
    $200 2
Nearly 25% of all mammal species are varieties of these, the only mammals that can fly
    $200 14
1-word term used when the score is 40-40
    $200 27
M comedy series on which Flo, when peeved, would tell Mel to "Kiss my grits!"
    $200 22
This 4-letter word can refer to a chunk of tobacco or a broken-down horse
    $200 15
Marygold was an appropriate name for this legendary king's daughter
    $300 6
At "The Water Bar" in this affluent city surrounded by L.A., you can order 55 varieties of H2O
    $300 3
Since they never stop growing, the oldest of these pachyderms are usually the largest
    $300 13
A high school dropout, this great Swedish star dropped out of the pro tour at only 26
    $300 28
Of "Manimal", "Logan's Run" or "Joanie Loves Chachi", the 1 that lasted into its 2nd season
    $300 23
Alliterative term for Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, Jeremiah Johnson & other trappers who roamed the Rockies
    $300 16
Follower of Jesus who was born in the village of Magdala
    $400 7
Juarez, largest Mexican border city, lies across from this largest Texas border city
    $400 10
Elands, bongos & impalas are 3 types of this animal
    $400 17
Native country of all 4 finalists in men's & women's singles at 1986 U.S. Open
    $400 29
Meeno Peluce & Jon-Erik Hexum were time travelers Jeffrey & Phineas on this 1982 series
    $400 24
A cowboy's "whang strings" are used to tie equipment to this, his "rig"
    $400 19
John Philip Sousa added a removable bell to a helicon, creating this instrument
    $500 8
This "City o'Lakes", with 22 lakes inside city limits, is the largest in the "Land of 10,000 Lakes"
    $500 11
Their name is Greek for "river horse", & aptly, they give birth to their young in the water
    $500 18
This national championship is generally considered the world's foremost clay-court event
    DD: $100 30
In series w/following theme, 1st scene usually featured a tape recorder & this character:
    $500 25
To "Pecos" a varmint meant killing him this way
    $500 20
To prevent corrosion, most hot water pipes are now made of this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Bob Stephen Ira
$1,100 -$200 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Stephen Ira
$1,500 $1,500 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1869, Tchaikovsky wrote a tone poem about these Shakespearean teenagers
    $200 10
He bragged, "I am as strong as a bull moose & you can use me to the limit"
    $200 19
This Chicago-based talk show host once won the Miss Black Tennessee Pageant
    $200 5
Magellan discovered this stormy passage that connects the Pacific & Atlantic Oceans
    $200 24
Some regard this "great" Dickens novel as not only a "pip" but 'the finest English novel ever written
    DD: $1,000 2
When Mendelssohn was a teen, this couple hired an orchestra so he could try out his music
    $400 12
In his 1981 farewell, he said, "America did not invent human rights... human rights invented America"
    $400 20
While she stars on "Fame", her sister Phylicia, stars on "The Cosby Show"
    $400 6
Of Lakes Titicaca, Tahoe, or Tanganyika, the highest navigable lake in the world
    $400 25
"Sybil" is one of the many novels written by this man, Queen Victoria's prime minister
    $600 3
Though he may not have liked the term, he wrote "impressionistic" works such as "Clair De Lune"
    $600 13
"I was inaugurated at Montgomery, February 18, 1861, with A.H. Stephens, of Georgia, as vice president"
    $600 21
An assistant to this explorer, Matthew Henson became 1st black American to reach the North Pole
    $600 7
This river began carving out the Grand Canyon perhaps as long as 12 million years ago
    $600 16
Bronte sister who caught cold at her brother's funeral & died a few months later
    $800 4
Though used in orchestral music, the allemande, sarabande & gigue are actually types of these
    $800 14
This general reportedly said, "Venice would be a fine city if it were drained"
    $800 22
In 1967, he became the 1st black U.S. Supreme Court justice
    DD: $1,000 8
The number of oceans that wash up on U.S. shorelines
    $800 17
19th century poet whose husband often called her "my little Portuguese"
    $1000 11
Though he began studying with Salieri, this composer still left one symphony "unfinished"
    $1000 15
He said, "If you don't say anything, you won't be called on to repeat it"
    $1000 23
Dr. Joseph Lowery now heads this million-member group founded by Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
    $1000 9
Bordering India, Bangladesh, & Burma, it's the biggest bay in the world
    $1000 18
He gave up writing novels after the public's shocked reaction to "Jude the Obscure"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Stephen Ira
$3,900 $5,500 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On Christmas Eve & Christmas Day, 1968, Frank Borman, William Anders & James Lovell, Jr. did this 10 times

Final scores:

Bob Stephen Ira
$1 $7,900 $0
2nd place: a trip to New York on Delta Airlines + a week's stay at the Roseland Ranch in Stanfordville, N.Y. New champion: $7,900 3rd place: Speed Queen washer & dryer

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob Stephen Ira
$5,000 $5,500 $3,900
16 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
3 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,400

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Game tape date: 1987-01-14
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