Show #694 - Thursday, September 17, 1987

Contestants

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Joanne Campbell, a broker originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Alan Waldman, a writer originally from Houston, Texas

Tom Bendycki, a copy editor originally from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,400)

Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
ANTONYMS
ACADEMY AWARDS
SCIENCE
COLLECTABLES
ROUTE OF THE BARGE
    $100 21
Empire formed by the Turkish descendants of Osman I
    $100 2
Red & green correspond to these antonyms on traffic lights
    $100 1
This NBC star hosted the telecasts on ABC from 1979-82 & in 1984
    $100 12
Used in biological experimentation, this piece of lab equipment was named for Julius Petri
    $100 7
A good "Gund" or "Steiff", 2 classic kinds of this stuffed animal, can run from $50-1000
    $100 26
A barge, loaded with over 3000 tons of this stuff from Islip, N.Y., left Long Island March 22,1987
    $200 22
In the 19th c., this European nation went through 5 constitutions & was ruled by an Amadeus & an Alfonso
    $200 3
Antonyms over which "the caissons go rolling along"
    $200 8
This '87 Best Actor Oscar winner was a no-show for some of the 6 times he didn't win, too
    $200 17
The Fahrenheit equivalent of 0º Celsius
    $200 13
N.Y. Magazine's "The Boychiks of Summer" was about collecting cards of Jewish players in this sport
    $200 27
After Alabama rejected it, the barge began to head up this river, until Louisiana ordered it out
    $300 23
Running from 1756-1763 & called the 7 Years War in Europe, it was fought partly in America under this name
    DD: $500 4
Sides of an argument that can be taken by non-amateurs & prisoners
    $300 9
The last of the 11 awards it won, the night of April 4, 1960, was for "Best Picture"
    $300 18
Copernicus placed the sun in the center of the universe & the Earth this many planets out
    $300 14
An Orange, Calif. dealer in this rock group's memorabilia says there's by far the most demand for "John's stuff"
    $300 28
This, the 1st foreign country it approached, not only rejected it but sent out its navy against it
    $400 24
When China seized 20,000 chests of this from British merchants in 1839, a war broke out
    $400 5
Polonius told Laertes "neither" of these antonyms "be, for loan oft loses both"
    $400 10
She presented the 1980 Best Costume Oscar for the picture she had starred in, "Tess"
    $400 19
1 of the 2 other radioactive elements besides uranium Madame Curie found in pitchblende
    $400 15
Though aimed at 12 to 25-year-olds, one of these titled "The 'Nam" is attracting vets as readers
    $400 29
Police in this island group were alerted not to let the barge dump its stuff on Little San Salvador
    $500 25
Man after whom Martin Waldseemuller, a German cartographer, named the New World in 1507
    $500 6
Abbreviated "STBD", it's the opposite of the word abbreviated "PT"
    $500 11
This song from the black & white portion of its film won for 1939
    $500 20
Term for the fossilized resin from prehistoric pines
    $500 16
The U.S. government Customs Dept. considers anything over this many years old an antique
    $500 30
On May 12,1987, this town said it would take the stuff & maybe put up yellow ribbons to celebrate

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

Tom Alan Joanne
$1,500 $0 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Alan Joanne
$4,500 $600 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
WORLD CITIES
INVERTEBRATES
LAW & ORDER
BOOKS & AUTHORS
PSYCH 101
    $200 6
In 1948, she was appointed Israel's minister to Moscow
    $200 1
Some say this Scottish city was named for Edwin of Northumbria; some say it wasn't
    $200 26
In film "L'annee des meduses", Valerie Kaprisky uses these spineless creatures as killers
    $200 11
From medieval Latin for "force", it's the band of men a sheriff bands together
    $200 12
"The Odyssey" in 1946 the 1st book in this British company's paperback classics line
    $200 21
Jung & Adler both broke from him to form their own schools of thought
    $400 7
Late civil rights leader who won a 1970 Grammy for his record "Why I Oppose the War in Vietnam"
    $400 2
Zagreb is not only the 2nd largest city in this country, it's capital of the Croatian Republic
    DD: $1,000 27
Invertebrate mentioned in the title of the following:

Instrumental music plays
    $400 17
Calling it "Project Sky Knight", the L.A. Sheriff Dept. debuted patrols by this type of vehicle in 1966
    $400 13
Of S.C. Foster, E.M. Forster , or C.S. Forester, the one who wrote "A Passage to India"
    $400 22
Body part hit to elicit the famous patellar reflex
    $600 8
In the song, people didn't want to sink the "Iron Chancellor" but this ship bearing his name
    $600 3
Scholars say the 1st municipal fire-fighting organization was founded around 30 A.D. in this city
    $600 28
Wood nymphs, satyrs, & monarchs are all varieties of these scaly-winged creatures
    $600 18
It's the police department of the U.S. Navy
    $600 14
From her $1.2 million advances for her next 2 books, she's donating 10% to 2 Ms. foundations
    $600 23
Studies have found that while you're doing this during sleep almost all body movements stop
    $800 9
The last basket he made before retiring May 3, 1987 was a 3-pointer, not a slam dunk
    $800 4
The Central University of Venezuela, founded in 1725, is in this city which was founded in 1567
    DD: $900 19
The l.N.S., it is one of the major federal law enforcement agencies with full police powers
    $800 15
Among his title characters are a pickpocket named Col. Jack & a castaway named Crusoe
    $800 24
Term for occasional but intense anxiety, it refers to the Greek god of woods
    $1000 10
Middle name shared by Soviet leader Brezhnev & Russian composer Tchaikovsky
    $1000 5
Flight attendants for Varig Airlines are permanently based in this South American city
    $1000 20
He established the Irish constabulary as well as London's "bobbies"
    $1000 16
Black author Julius Lester's new book retells animal folktales 1st collected in 1896 by this white author
    $1000 25
Mathematical process used to get the "Q" in IQ

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Alan Joanne
$12,400 $3,400 $7,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. STATES
1 of only 2 states bordered by 8 other states apiece, they border each other across the Mississippi River

Final scores:

Tom Alan Joanne
$16,000 $6,795 $15,000
2-day champion: $24,400 3rd place: Action Recliners by Lane Queen Anne chair + Jeopardy! computerized version or box game 2nd place: Jenn-Air grill-range & BRA cookware + Jeopardy! computerized version or box game

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Alan Joanne
$12,300 $3,400 $6,700
29 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
8 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $22,400

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Game tape date: 1987-06-16
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