Show #582 - Tuesday, March 3, 1987


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Bob Butler, a social worker originally from Erlanger, Kentucky

Mark Bennett, a lawyer and federal prosecutor from Honolulu, Hawaii

Pat Howe, a homemaker from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Though he fought for Pompey, he was pardoned by Julius Caesar, whom he later murdered
    $100 11
The "we" in "Here we come, walkin' down the street we get the funniest looks from ev'ryone we meet"
    $100 6
You can identify a leopard by these because he can't change them
    $100 1
Direction preceding "Dallas Forty",
"to Alaska",
& "by Northwest"
    $100 14
Though a noted fashion plate, Imelda claims she left the Philippines with only this # of good dresses
    $200 16
In September 1986, a man was arrested in Disneyland for fondling this character... twice
    $200 12
"Give My Regards To Broadway" urges, "Tell all the gang" at this street "that I will soon be there"
    DD: $500 7
Millions could identify this network by the following:
    $200 2
Title menace of this film was nicknamed "Bruce" after director Spielberg's attorney
    $200 15
Imelda bragged that she went to Tripoli & made "the only treaty that" this man "has ever honored"
    $300 23
The penalty for anyone caught cheating on a West Point exam
    $300 17
"The Little Old Lady From Pasadena" is "the terror of..." this thoroughfare
    $300 8
Guests on "What's My Line?" were introduced with this line
    $300 3
It made the LA. Times when a local TV station followed ad for this '86 film with a pesticide commercial
    $300 20
Imelda had a passion for canary diamonds until the color yellow became associated with this president
    $400 18
In '50s song, "the naughty lady of" this street, "has the town in a whirl...!"
    $400 9
It was Darwin's cousin Sir Francis Galton who set up the system to identify you by these
    $400 4
Of "The Fuller Brush Man", "The Good Humor Man", or "The Watermelon Man", one who was Red Skelton
    $400 21
Type of competition in which Imelda won the titles "Rose of Tacloban" & "Muse of Manila"
    $500 24
Any student in stands at a Wisconsin football game now caught passing 1 of these will be fined $67
    $500 19
In their 1963 hit, it's the question to which The Orlons respond, "South Street, South Street"
    $500 10
On July 2, 1984, New York State added this feature to its regular driver's licenses
    $500 5
This British actor has played crooks in "The Long Good Friday", "Mona Lisa" & "The Cotton Club"
    $500 22
Imelda said she's only considered plastic surgery once, to cover a scar left over from this 1972 event

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Pat Mark Bob
$2,200 $0 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Mark Bob
$1,500 $200 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
Like their teeny-tiny ice cube cousins, these "Titanic" frozen masses are made of fresh water
    $200 7
Guinness says the longest sculpture in this medium was an 8,498' train made at Virginia Beach
    $200 14
The "Trimline" telephone of 1968 was 1st model to feature push buttons here
    $200 6
Cockney exclamation that's derived from the much stronger expression "God blind me"
    $200 1
This war we fought was a "spinoff" of Napoleon's war with England
    $200 23
This Dutch cheese is similar to Edam but contains more butterfat
    $400 10
North of the equator, ocean currents travel in big circles, flowing around in this direction
    $400 8
Tho unfinished, his "Athenaeum head" of Washington is basis for one on the U.S. dollar bill
    $400 15
"Relay" &
"Early Bird"
    $400 19
Solicitors are lawyers who work mostly out of court while only these can plead cases in higher courts
    $400 2
War which resulted in the disappearance of the Austro-Hungarian Empire
    $400 24
Most widely produced Greek cheese, it's white, sharp, & marinated in brine
    $600 26
Most tsunamis occur in this ocean
    DD: $1,300 11
A "gisant" is a recumbent sculpture of a person in this condition
    $600 16
The word telephone comes from 2 Greek words, "phone", meaning sound & "tele" meaning this
    $600 20
A Britisher who visits his "turf accountant" has gone to see him
    $600 3
Country which won the Boer War
    $600 25
In America, Roman cheese is made from cow's milk; in Italy, it's always made from this
    $800 27
A major source of iodine, they are used for making medicines, ice cream, jellies, salad dressings, & cosmetics
    $800 12
Queen Victoria took drawing lessons from this artist & poet best known for his limericks
    $800 17
Since 1983, the FCC has granted licenses for car phones based on this type of radio technology
    $800 21
In England it means "discarded furniture" as well as wood for building
    $800 4
Leader who pleaded for the League of Nations support in Italo-Ethiopian War
    $800 29
What is known in various parts of Europe as Gruyere or Emmentaler is called this in the U.S.
    $1000 28
Term for the gently sloping sea floor at edge of most land masses
    $1000 13
Pre-Raphaelite poet & painter; appropriately, he translated Dante into English
    DD: $1,000 18
World's longest telephone cable, the Commonwealth Pacific, runs 9000 miles from Australia to this country
    $1000 22
The British refer to beets by this longer name
    $1000 5
In an 1853 dispute over Jerusalem holy sites, Russia attacked Turkey & set off this war

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Mark Bob
$2,400 $8,200 $300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 1st star ever elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame for comedy, not music

Final scores:

Pat Mark Bob
$4,400 $10,000 $600
2nd place: trip on Eastern to Atlanta & stay at Viscount Hotel New champion: $10,000 3rd place: Daniel Mink ladies & gentlemen watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Mark Bob
$3,400 $8,200 $1,300
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
3 W
6 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,900

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Game tape date: 1986-11-12
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