Show #652 - Tuesday, June 9, 1987

Jonathan Fellows game 2.

Contestants

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Alan Levin, an aerospace engineer originally from Los Altos, California

Diana Blaney, a graduate student originally from Ashville, Ohio

Jonathan Fellows, a legislative assistant originally from Bellevue, Washington (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,200)

Jeopardy! Round

1986
MOTHER GOOSE
THE B&O RAILROAD
NICKNAMES
3-LETTER FOODS
ONE SONG
    $100 1
In 1986 the songs "Soul Man", "Jumpin' Jack Flash", & "Blue Velvet" became titles of these
    $100 12
1st line of the rhyme whose 3rd is "Yes, sir, yes, sir"
    $100 17
It's what the "B" & "O" stand for
    $100 7
From the knife cut on his cheek, Al Capone got this nickname
    $100 21
Completes "2 all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, on a sesame seed..."
    $100 6
Heard here, it's the title of the song this category is based on:

"All my bags are packed..."
    $200 2
Winning Emmy as Best Actor in a Comedy Series, he said, "Wow! I feel 4 feet tall!"
    $200 13
Season during which the Queen of Hearts made her tarts
    $200 18
Last surviving signer of this turned the 1st shovel of dirt to start building the B&O July 4, 1828
    $200 8
The Information Please Almanac lists among this state's nicknames "The Spud State"
    $200 22
Fruit associated with Newton
    $200 11
"Country Boy" who wrote it
    DD: $500 3
The beginning & ending cities of the Great Peace March for global nuclear disarmament
    $300 14
Barnyard cry which precedes "My dame has lost her shoe"'
    $300 26
In 1971, they took over B&O's passenger service
    $300 9
The nickname "gat", meaning gun is from the name of this man who invented the machine gun
    $300 23
Armour would can a good one; a stage director would can a bad one
    $300 20
Time of day in which the song is set
    $400 4
It was revealed December 15 that, as we sold arms to Iran, we gave this nation spy satellite data
    $400 15
It's where you go "to buy a fat pig", "fat hog", or "plum bun"
    $400 10
Among his lesser known nicknames are "Old Harry" & "The Angel of the Bottomless Pit"
    $400 24
Guinness says one of these was dropped 650' from a helicopter & landed intact
    $400 27
Besides the one in the title, the other vehicle mentioned in the song
    $500 5
Month in 1986 during which both Duvalier & Marcos fled their countries
    $500 16
Animal character mentioned in 1st line of poem that rhymes "wander" & "chamber"
    $500 19
Nickname of Sydney Greenstreet's character in "The Maltese Falcon"
    $500 25
A spread for bread favored by preservation societies
    $500 28
Last names of the trio who had a #1 hit with it

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

Jonathan Diana Alan
$1,500 $700 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Diana Alan
$2,400 $300 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH LITERATURE
SCIENCE TRIVIA
BIBLICAL PAIRS
(Alex: We'll have two people in each correct response.)
ZIMBABWE
AWARDS
FAMOUS RALPHS
    $200 24
In a Joseph Conrad novel, the natives of Patusan call Jim "Tuan", meaning this
    $200 1
Studying this planet in 1877, Schiaparelli called the lines he saw "canali" meaning "channels"
    $200 11
Sibling rivalry was clearly a problem between this 1st biblical pair of brothers
    $200 6
"God Bless Africa"
    $200 7
Le Duc Tho turned down the Nobel Prize in 1973, saying peace had not been established there
    $200 20
He designed Robert Redford's suits for "The Great Gatsby"
    $400 25
To explain an imaginary map he drew for his stepson, Robert Louis Stevenson wrote this book
    $400 2
From "quaranta", meaning 40, it's the time, originally 40 days, contagious people are isolated
    $400 13
They went "out of... Nazareth... unto... Bethlehem... to be taxed"
    $400 15
In 1980, when Zimbabwe gained its independence, Robert Mugabe became PM, & Reverend Banana became this
    $400 8
Dr. Seuss & the Denver Post have both been awarded one these through Columbia U.
    $400 21
Potsie's pal on "Happy Days"
    $600 26
He wrote "Goodbye Mr. Chips" in just 4 days
    $600 3
Country to which William Gorgas was sent in 1904 to battle the yellow fever menace
    $600 14
Apparently unwilling to do it herself, she ha'd a man shave this lover's hair while he slept
    $600 16
The fabulous Victoria Falls, fall on this river
    $600 9
This country/pop singer & his wife, Marianne, created the World Hunger Media Awards
    $600 22
He's half of the Houston Rockets' "Twin Towers"
    $800 27
Century in which Daphne du Maurier did her writing
    $800 4
Size of rock or stone which falls between boulder & pebble; old streets were made from it
    $800 17
One brother said he was "of a slow tongue", so the other served as his spokesman
    $800 18
When Zimbabwe was still Rhodesia, Harare, the capital, was called this
    $800 10
Star of "Taxi" who picked up a Tony for "I'm not Rappaport"
    $800 23
Fallen "Father" played by Richard Chamberlain in "The Thorn Birds"
    $1000 28
Author of "Idylls of the King", he was a favorite of Queen Victoria
    $1000 5
He used his theory of light to design lenses now used for lighthouses, cameras & binoculars
    $1000 29
Since he was past age 100 & she past age 90, she laughed when told she'd have his child
    DD: $800 19
2 of the 4 countries which border Zimbabwe
    DD: $1,000 12
This president also awarded the Presidential Medals of Freedom to his predecessor's choices
    $1000 30
In 1949, he arranged an armistice in Palestine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Diana Alan
$6,000 $2,100 $5,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

SPECTATOR SPORTS
In 1951, 1952, 1959, & 1986, this team performed for an audience of 1, the pope

Final scores:

Jonathan Diana Alan
$11,201 $1,000 $9,399
2-day champion: $23,401 3rd place: Planeta Vitalizer Hydromassage 2nd place: trip on Delta to New Orleans & stay at Bienville House Hotel

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jonathan Diana Alan
$5,800 $2,100 $6,400
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
9 R,
3 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,300

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Game tape date: 1987-01-20
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