Show #674 - Thursday, July 9, 1987

Missing Jeopardy! Round clue 12.


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Sally Hermsdorfer, a daycare center director from Memphis, Tennessee

Kathy Stawicki, a secretary from McKeesport, Pennsylvania

David Peterman, an area manager from Laguna Nigel, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $100)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You must physically point it out.)
    $100 1
Only gorillas living under these conditions eat any meat
    $100 6
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band "met" him in a New Orleans jail
    $100 12
    $100 21
If you buy "candy floss" at a British circus, you've bought this
    $100 11
The Boy Scout hand sign
    $200 2
Not a true albino, the rare white tiger has eyes this color
    $200 7
1960 chart-topping hit in which Larry Verne whined "I don't wanna go"
    DD: $300 13
Taylor/Burton film whose theme was the following:

[Instrumental theme plays]
    $200 22
Reason a Britisher who wanted "turn-ups" on his trousers would go to a tailor, not a greengrocer
    $200 14
According to the commercial, the sign language symbol for McDonald's
    $300 3
The 3 continents, all beginning with "A", on which bears are not found naturally
    $300 8
In 1968, Ray Stevens told him to "take care of business"
    $300 18
Producer-director who said, "Give me a couple of pages of the Bible, & I'll give you a picture"
    $300 23
Of the bonnet, boot or hooter of a Rolls Royce, the 1 found farthest back
    $300 15
In the children's song, what the little teapot looks like when fully formed
    $400 4
Because of the fur-lined pouches on the outside of their cheeks, American gophers have this name
    $400 9
In 1965, The Byrds shook up the charts with this "Mr.", all the way up to #1
    $400 19
Rod Steiger won an Oscar for this 1967 film set in Mississippi but filmed in Illinois
    $400 24
What we call the 2nd floor, the British call the 1st, while what we call the 1st, they call this
    $400 16
It's where you find the waxy yellow buildup known as cerumen
    $500 5
The dormouse is so named not because it lives in doorways, but because it does this in winter
    $500 10
Based on Japanese industrial practice of being polite to machines, in 1983 Styx said "Arigato" to him
    $500 20
Before playing him on screen in 1973, Al Pacino became friends with this honest cop
    $500 25
If a British secretary says Mr. Osborne called, it usually doesn't mean he phoned but rather this
    $500 17
It's what film fans wait for character actor Fritz Feld to do any time he appears

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

David Kathy Sally
$1,000 $1,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Kathy Sally
$3,400 $1,500 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
In 1547, this author was born near Madrid, which Spaniards call "the largest village in La Mancha"
    $200 14
1st offered in 1986, it's the U.S. equivalent of the krugerrand or maple leaf
    $200 6
In November of '86, saying "We need a fresh start", she asked for resignations of her entire cabinet
    $200 19
In most areas, Eskimos are now replacing dogsleds with these winter vehicles
    $200 7
Both tacos & this popular meat stew are of Aztec origin
    $200 1
This pretty-sounding girl's name is from same Greek root as "barbarian"
    $400 12
Due to its Axis ties, Spain was initially denied membership in this international organization
    $400 15
Country which bought nearly 1/2 world's output in 1986, for coins marking emperor's 60th year on the throne
    $400 20
Position from which John Poindexter resigned at the outbreak of the "Contragate" furor
    $400 22
Eskimo rolls are not something you eat but stunts performed in one of these boats
    $400 8
Jay Leno says America is hated because we can afford to put funny plastic hats on these tubers
    $400 2
Arabic for "great": it's appropriate for a prizefighter who also calls himself "the greatest"
    $600 13
Of Guadalajara, Cordoba or Durango, the number you'll find in both Mexico & Spain
    $600 16
In ancient times, this country's Nubian Desert mines were the world's main source of gold
    $600 21
Once largest GM stockholder, his shares were bought out by GM for $700 million
    $600 25
Since Eskimo languages are polysynthetic, a single word is equivalent to this in most other languages
    $600 9
It's said Churchill called these "the good companions", but IHOP would call them their bread & butter
    DD: $500 3
Common girl's name derived from a French region bordering on Germany
    $800 24
For nearly 200 years after Ferdinand died, Spain was ruled by members of this "Austrian" dynasty
    $800 17
Used for decorative purposes, it can be as thin as 3 millionths of an inch
    $800 26
The 2 pilots who flew "Voyager" non-stop around the world
    DD: $300 27
3 of the 4 countries in whose domains Eskimos live
    $800 10
Sauerkraut was named in Germany but originated in this Asian country
    $800 4
"Melissa" in the Greek & "Deborah" in Hebrew both mean this insect
    $1000 18
Term for the setting of the price of gold, the 1st was done in September 1919 at $20.67
    $1000 28
Most dictionaries list this spelling of Eskimo, from the French, as an accepted alternative
    $1000 23
Described in "Alice in Wonderland" as "beautiful soup so rich & green, waiting in a hot tureen"
    $1000 5
Diego is the Spanish form of this name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Kathy Sally
$6,500 $3,500 $100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Since it can be seen w/ the naked eye, it was the farthest planet away from the Sun known to the ancients

Final scores:

David Kathy Sally
$7,000 $300 $0
2-day champion: $7,100 2nd place: trip on PSA to Las Vegas & stay at Landmark Hotel 3rd place: LouverDrape vertical blinds

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Kathy Sally
$7,100 $3,500 $600
22 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
9 R,
1 W
7 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,200

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Game tape date: 1987-03-04
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