Show #568 - Wednesday, February 11, 1987


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Suzanne Williams, a dentist from Richmond, Virginia

Keith Chun, an actuary from Parsippany, New Jersey

Jake Harle, a law student from La Palma, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $8,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
Men should remove these in an apt. house elevator when a woman enters, but don't have to in a public one
    $100 1
In 1957, Harry Belafonte said,
"Come Mr. Tally Man, tally" these
    $100 6
Many thought this founder of Scientology was dead; then, in January 1986, he died
    $100 8
On 1st of these, held in Nebraska in 1872, over a million trees were planted
    $100 26
Mexico City was built on the ruins of Tenochtitlan, destroyed by this Spanish explorer in 1521
    $100 21
A little kid, or a quarter of a quart
    $200 15
For a bride's 2nd marriage, this part of the ceremony can be dispensed with since dad did it once before
    $200 2
The Association's hit that asked the question "Who's walking down the streets of the city?"
    $200 7
Clyde Beatty got famous doing this for a living
    $200 9
Holiday associated with Little Jack Horner's pie
    $200 22
Marcus Allen,
Herschel Walker,
or sometimes even William Perry
    $300 16
It's when you can properly stop signing the "Jr." after your name
    $300 3
While his "Oh! Carol" was a big hit, her reply, "Oh! Neil", bombed
    $300 11
Called the "Father of Fitness", at 71 he still exercises 2 1/2 hours daily
    $300 10
Holiday which Life editor Thomas Masson 1st urged be observed in "a safe & sane manner"
    $300 23
An underskirt, or a partial Freudian error
    $400 17
Miss Manners says it's the only part of a woman's body a gentleman may stare at
    DD: $500 4
2 of the 3 songs by Peter, Paul & Mary which hit #1 or #2 on Billboard pop charts
    $400 19
His father, Charles A., Sr. was a Minnesota congressman
    $400 12
Maryland & Puerto Rico still observe Columbus Day on this date
    $400 24
Type of foolish notion that sounds like Betty Crocker thought it up
    $500 18
Amy Vanderbilt says on business trips they should have different rooms on different floors
    $500 5
After removing some of this song's traditional bawdy lyrics, The Animals made it a #1 hit
    $500 20
19th century British dandy said to have invented trousers to replace breeches
    $500 13
Soon after his 1973 death, the Texas legislature made his Aug. 27 birthday a state holiday
    $500 25
This might well be Hulk Hogan's favorite term in the whole category

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

Jake Keith Suzanne
$1,100 $1,300 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jake Keith Suzanne
$1,400 $2,300 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Their Capitoline Hill was the original Capitol Hill
    $200 1
N.Y. team that lost a record 120 games in its 1st season
    $200 16
Brief story with a moral whose main characters often are animals who act & talk like people
    $200 26
Some filefish can chew in their throats, since they have these located there
    $200 18
In 1975-77, while Raul Castro was Gov. of Ariz., another Raul Castro was #2 man in this country
    $200 11
In "Little Miss Muffet", it's what Miss Muffet was eating with her curds
    $400 6
Chinese emperor Shih Hwang-ti of the 3rd cent. B.C. ordered works of Confucius burned & this built
    $400 3
In baseball, a "doughnut" is a real sinker, since it's a weight used on this for practice
    $400 17
A play ending in disaster, or losing Final Jeopardy! by failing to write response in question form
    $400 27
Time-Life says only about 1 in 10 million sea creatures escapes this fate
    $400 22
Since this country has the world's lowest suicide rate, its king, Hussein, must be doing something right
    $400 12
This African anteater is 1 of the first entries in English language dictionaries
    $600 7
World's most extensive archaeological dig is still being conducted at this ancient Italian site
    $600 4
Even though this "Bean Town" batter hit .406 in 1941, he wasn't league MVP
    $600 19
From Latin for "kidnapping", it's the stealing of another's ideas & using them as your own
    $600 28
Barnacles were once thought to be generated spontaneously from these parts of sea birds
    $600 23
Jacques Chirac currently serves as both his country's prime minister & mayor of this city
    $600 13
The last name of President Reagan's chief of staff
    $800 8
In 323 B.C., age 32, he died of exhaustion at Babylon
    $800 5
With 208, this Cleveland pitching great holds the record for issuing most walks in a season
    $800 20
An epistolary novel such as "The Color Purple", is a novel written in this form
    $800 24
For 3rd time in Spanish history the Bourbons returned to the throne in 1975 with crowning of this king
    DD: $1,200 14
Spelling of the following song's title:

"Took a walk and passed your house late last night / All the shades were pulled and drawn way down tight /From within, the dim light cast..."
    $1000 9
Seafaring people who passed their alphabet on to the Greeks &, eventually, to us
    $1000 10
2 of 5 hall of famers consecutively struck out by Carl Hubbell in 1934 All-Star Game
    $1000 21
The rhyming scheme of the Elizabethan form of this poetry style is ABAB CDCD EFEF GG
    $1000 25
According to its constitution, this country's supreme leader is the faqih, an Islamic scholar
    $1000 15
French for "outside of work", it's an appetizer served before a meal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jake Keith Suzanne
$8,400 $6,500 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1977, he became only actor to win Best Actor Oscar posthumously

Final scores:

Jake Keith Suzanne
$3,799 $12,801 $4,200
3rd place: Lane recliner by Action Recliners New champion: $12,801 2nd place: Merillat modular shelving system & Zenith 9" color TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jake Keith Suzanne
$7,900 $6,500 $6,400
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
16 R,
0 W
15 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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Game tape date: 1986-11-11
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