Show #649 - Thursday, June 4, 1987

Eugene Finerman game 4.


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Claudia Courtney, a systems analyst from San Diego, California

John Bear, a college president from Nashville, Tennessee

Eugene Finerman, a writer from Chicago, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $28,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
Only state named for a neighboring country
    $100 1
Otto Preminger claimed directing Marilyn Monroe "was like directing" this famous collie
    $100 6
When Ohio ratified the 26th Amendment in 1971, the national voting age became this
    $100 7
They wrote "Hans the Hedgehog", "Clever Hans" & "Iron Hans", as well as "Hansel & Gretel"
    $100 10
Blankets soldiers carried in these were made of wool from town of Duffel, Belgium
    $100 17
To avoid puffy eyes in the morning, experts say to raise this end of the bed up 3 or 4 inches
    $200 21
The Great Salt Lake is larger than either of these smallest 2 states
    $200 2
Gene Kelly said, "I'd change my name to Ginger" to dance with this partner again
    DD: $400 8
As a songwriter she topped pop charts 8 times, as a singer only once, with the following

"Stayed in bed all mornin' just to pass the time / There's something wrong here there can be no denyin'"
    $200 20
Spy novelist who published "Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang" for kids in 1964, the year he died
    $200 11
Showing skin that looks like the undyed leather of, say, a buffalo, led to this term for naked
    $200 18
In commercials, Susan Anton & Joey Heatherton promoted the values of this company's "Perfect Sleeper"
    $300 22
Our westernmost state
    $300 3
"I wasn't erotic," insisted this "Blue Angel" star, "I was snotty"
    $300 9
On April 19, he & 3 women companions were sentenced to die in California gas chamber
    $300 24
German legend best-known in English through Robert Browning's rodent rhyme
    $300 12
Different levels of a building are called these because scenes of tales were painted on the various levels
    $300 23
1st line of the famous monologue which contains "To sleep, perchance to dream"
    $400 26
Of all states having a coastline, this New England state has the shortest, just 13 miles
    $400 4
Speaking out of character, she said, "I would have slept with Addison & probably gotten rid of him by now"
    $400 15
In the middle of the summer, August 15 to be exact, President Nixon froze these
    $400 25
She "starred" in the books Reverend Dodgson wrote for Miss Liddell
    $400 13
Hybrid variety of cotton named for the Arizona county where it was developed
    $400 28
People awakened during REM sleep report they've been doing this
    $500 27
To enhance its reputation, Marshall Murdaugh came up w/motto that this state "is for lovers"
    $500 5
Jane Fonda called accepting this Oscar "the greatest moment in my life"
    $500 16
He said he was acting under orders of his company commander, Capt. Ernest Medina
    $500 14
A pandering politician, though in ancient Greece this person championed the common people

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

Eugene John Claudia
$1,700 $100 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eugene John Claudia
$4,200 $1,100 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: One or the other, or perhaps both, will appear in the correct response, not necessarily both.)
    $200 14
Though this country is named for elephant tusks, its main products are coffee, cocoa & wood
    $200 7
Highest profit margin of any U.S. food co. is enjoyed by this #1 cereal maker
    $200 25
You can't get a reservation to climb this Himalayan mountain until 1997
    $200 3
It's said you're cultured if you can hear this & not think of the Lone Ranger
    $200 13
Of guilty or not guilty, the verdict in Lizzie Borden's murder trial
    $200 1
In his last years, he was so desperate for money that he had to offer up his Civil War swords
    $400 18
Swahili for "boss", it's what Bob Hope wanted to be called in a 1963 film
    $400 8
The French firm IZOD contracted to use his name for their tennis shirt after he won 1927 Davis Cup
    $400 29
If you're glissading, you're going in this direction
    $400 10
From 1936 film, "Born to Dance", this Cole Porter standard sounds like a dermatological condition
    $400 16
Rumors said this French queen sold herself to a cardinal for a diamond necklace
    $400 2
Some opponents accused this British Prime Minister of having a "schoolgirl crush" on President Reagan
    $600 22
w/U.S., S. African & Chinese support, Jonas Savimbi aims to topple pro Soviet regime in this former Port. colony
    $600 9
With over 4000 stores, it's the largest chain of pizza parlors in the U.S.
    $600 26
If there's a sudden rise in temperature following a heavy snowfall, watch out for these
    $600 15
It precedes "It's time to call it a day, they've burst your pretty balloon & taken the moon away"
    $600 17
Though of Jewish descent, he became the 1st Grand Inquisitor of Spain
    $600 4
First Lady suspected of disloyalty because her brothers were Confederate soldiers
    $800 23
Since many prefer its "flag of convenience", this country has, by tonnage, largest fleet of merchant ships
    $800 11
In 1837, William Proctor & James Gamble started making soap & candles in this city
    $800 27
Term for roping down a rock face
    $800 21
This 1976 Diana Ross song sounds like she OD'd on romance & was paying for it the morning after
    DD: $2,000 19
The eyes of 1 of Jack the Ripper's victims were photographed by police in this mistaken belief
    $800 5
While President from 1921 to 1923, he reportedly had an illicit liaison in a White House closet
    $1000 24
EB says some 2 million died in 19th c. upheavals due to Zulu expansion under this chief
    $1000 12
Both Defense Sec'y Weinberger & Sec'y of State Shultz are former executives of this construction co.
    DD: $3,000 30
On maps, it's abbreviated "USGS"
    $1000 28
1963 hit for Dionne Warwick, or a refusal of a cosmetician's offer
    $1000 20
Clytemnestra killed this husband after she fell in love with his cousin Aegisthus
    $1000 6
After his 1st wife died in the White House in 1892, this 23rd President married her niece

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eugene John Claudia
$9,800 $8,300 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Renaissance man, "he seized the lighting from heaven & the scepter from tyrants"

Final scores:

Eugene John Claudia
$16,601 $8,801 $0
4-day champion: $44,902 2nd place: a trip to Tampa, Florida 3rd place: Emerson audio rack system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Eugene John Claudia
$8,400 $6,300 $4,400
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
13 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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