Show #556 - Monday, January 26, 1987


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Jim Crawford, a letter carrier from Seal Beach, California

Debora Flury-Kick, a bookstore manager from Baltimore, Maryland

Ursula Ziegler-Sullivan, a writer originally from Media, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE '30s
"BALL" 1
    $100 13
The angel Moroni provided Joseph Smith with revelations unique to this church
    $100 21
Major papers in Toronto, Kansas City, & Peoria use this celestial object in their names
    $100 4
According to the popular song, "It don't mean a thing, if it ain't got that..."
    $100 2
The main ingredient of a "Coney Island"
    $100 11
Mamma mia, thatsa some spicy, unless it's Svedish
    $200 17
Pope Pius XII declared this angel, God's messenger, patron of those in electronic communication
    $200 22
You can peruse this paper at thousands of church-run reading rooms all over the U.S.
    $200 6
In 1938 & '39 alone, Mickey Rooney made 7 of the 15 films in this series
    $200 3
Substance which makes up about 46% of Froot Loops & 3.5% of Cheerios
    $200 12
Each season between 1951 & 1974, she was the star of her own weekly sitcom
    $300 18
After "apple" of tree of know-ledge was eaten, God had these apple-cheeked angels guard the tree of life
    $300 23
This paper fired a reporter in 1984 for selling stock tips & reported it, front page
    $300 7
Charles Curtis & John Nance Garner both held this post in the '30s
    $300 26
Established in 1966, it's known in government circles as "DOT"
    $300 1
Faced with a problem of 5 billion of these, China urges new uses for them- as food, for example
    $300 14
A reasonably round creation of compacted frozen precipitation frequently used as a weapon
    $400 19
According to this religion, it's the angel Israfil who will blow a trumpet on judgment day
    $400 24
The L.A. Times' censoring of this comic strip in April 1986 caused over 150 people to cancel subscriptions
    $400 8
The CCC, it's where youths between 18 & 25 made a $1 a day building dams & roads
    DD: $500 27
Mode of transportation mentioned in the following: Turning and turning / The world goes on /
We can't change it, my friend / Let us go riding now through..."
    $400 5
Jolt Cola in N.Y. uses real sugar & adds about twice as much of this substance as Coke or Pepsi
    $400 15
1st useful one was patented by Lazlo Biro in the '30s
    $500 20
Jonathan Smith
    $500 25
Now in its 104th year, this national weekly from Pennsylvania is "America's Family Publication"
    $500 9
NBC's 2 radio networks were distinguished by these colorful names
    $500 10
While a bar of Dove is made out of soap, a Dove Bar is made out of this
    $500 16
1976 comedy starring Raul Julia & Michael Sarrazin about a N.Y. to L.A. road race

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

Ursula Debora Jim
$100 $2,300 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ursula Debora Jim
$1,100 $2,600 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally, a return of our--one of our WOOD categories...)
    $200 2
16th c. German magician whose reputation was so bad it was said he'd sold his soul to the devil
    $200 11
Relationship of Alessandro Scarlatti to his most famous pupil Domenico Scarlatti
    $200 24
A hot dry wind from the Sahara, or a hot sedan from Volkswagen
    $200 12
He wasn't made commander of Union forces until a little over a year before war's end
    $200 16
1960 was the last year ferries ran between Key West, Florida & there
    $200 1
Wood who found "Splendor in the Grass"
    $400 7
Eyah, story sez the devil hain't been seen in New Hampshire from that day on, due to his efforts
    $400 13
Like his countryman Michel, composer F. Couperin is called this, French for "The Great"
    $400 25
Region with the coldest climate in the world; the January average at Verkhoyansk is -59° F.
    $400 15
This rebel's famous "Charge" at Gettysburg was really made at a half-trot
    $400 20
Accused of being able to fly, Jane Wenham in 1712 became last person to be tried for this in England
    $400 3
According to the title, it's where Sophia Loren found "Desire" in 1958 film
    $600 8
In 1895, Alfred Dreyfus became the 1st prisoner ever sent there
    $600 14
Buxtehude played this so well that Bach once traveled 200 miles on foot to hear him
    $600 17
At Fredericksburg he said, "It is well war is so terrible, or we should grow too fond of it"
    $600 21
Josef Jacobs, a WWII German spy, was the last person to be executed in this London landmark
    DD: $1,100 4
Its "W" was paid for by Andy Williams; the "O's", Warner Bros. Records & Alice Cooper; & the "D", Dennis Lidtke
    DD: $1,000 9
Term originally describing the Catholic official who raised objections to candidates for sainthood
    $800 18
Relieved of command of Union forces in 1862, this Democrat ran against Lincoln in 1864
    $800 22
It was the last play Abraham Lincoln ever went to see
    $800 5
One of the "12 Angry Men", he won an Oscar for "A Thousand Clowns"
    $1000 10
Talking about this man, Satan said, "Skin for skin, all that a man hath will he give for his life"
    $1000 19
Killed at Chancellorsville, he was deeply religious, opposed Civil War & liked to suck lemons
    $1000 23
Bahadur Shah II, deposed by the British in 1857, was last Indian ruler to carry this title
    $1000 6
To make it fit the category too, this producer might have named his film "Saturday Knot Fever"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ursula Debora Jim
$2,700 $6,600 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Aerospace engineer Howard Head made his fortune designing equipment for these 2 sports

Final scores:

Ursula Debora Jim
$5,400 $9,600 $9,600
2nd place: trip on Eastern to Bahamas & Windjammer cruise New co-champion: $9,600 New co-champion: $9,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ursula Debora Jim
$2,700 $6,400 $4,800
9 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,900

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Game tape date: 1986-11-04
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