Show #583 - Wednesday, March 4, 1987


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Judy Goodnight, a pre-kindergarten teacher from Memphis, Tennessee

Bob Skutelsky, a computer graphic designer from Topanga, California

Mark Bennett, a lawyer and federal prosecutor from Honolulu, Hawaii (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In recent years this country has also been known as Kampuchea & Khmer Republic
    $100 10
They named their daughter Leslie in honor of this man, Bogart's "Petrified Forest" co-star
    $100 9
Procter & Gamble makes this medicine to put upset stomachs "back in the pink"
    $100 26
The basic artillery unit of the U.S. Army, or a 9-volt Ray-o-vac
    $100 3
Some Indian dancers use them; others use snakes that have them
    $100 21
Wait at a corner until the red hand changes to a white man, then walk between lines to opposite side
    $200 2
The numerous Sino-Japanese Wars involved Japan & this country
    $200 11
Bacall said, "If I ever had a woman to be jealous of, she was the 'Santana'", which was this
    $200 15
Ex-Lax combines laxative with chocolate candy while Feen-a-Mint combines it with this
    $200 4
In the American Heritage Dictionary, this word is illustrated with a picture of C-3PO & R2-D2
    $200 22
Lift handset from base, depress a septet of digits, wait for a human reply, & chat
    $300 8
A South African coin is named for this leader of resistance to the British
    $300 12
Bogie joked that at their wedding Bacall's "something old" would be this
    $300 16
A styptic pencil is used for this
    $300 5
When Marconi popularized it, he called it "the wireless telegraph"
    $300 23
"Spring forward, fall back"
    $400 19
In July 1915, they landed in Haiti to restore order & remained until 1934
    $400 13
Perennial movie gangster who as Johnny Rocco ganged up on Bogie & Bacall in 1948's "Key Largo"
    $400 17
Sleep-inducing drug that came into notoriety when linked to birth defects in the early '60s
    $400 6
Only U.S. state that fits this category
    $400 24
On live TV, stand before a pile of dirt in basement of a Chicago hotel & apologize profusely
    $500 20
In 1661, this French king began construction of the Palace of Versailles
    $500 14
It was in this film, her 1st, that Bacall told Bogart how to whistle
    DD: $100 18
In 1985, Johnson & Johnson earned some $80,000,000 in profit from sales of this pain reliever
    $500 27
The arced or curved path of flight a launched projectile takes
    $500 7
Sgt., cpl., PFC, or, smelling really terrible
    $500 25
During the day, check the position of the shadow thrown by the gnomon on a 12-sectioned scale

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Mark Bob Judy
$300 $100 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Bob Judy
$400 $1,800 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
It contains 3 extinct volcanos & the Iolani Palace
    $200 1
This, the constitution of the UN, has been amended only 4 times
    $200 7
For centuries, the Pyncheon family lived in this unhappy Hawthorne home
    $200 20
For frying, this a"maize"ing oil doesn't burn off as fast as peanut or olive oil
    $200 10
In French, it's "L'Amour Est Bleu"; in English, this
    $400 3
While Springfield, Mass. & Springfield, Mo. are larger, this state's Springfield is a capital
    $400 25
St. Peter's is called this, after the Roman halls of justice upon which it was modeled
    $400 13
While East & West Germany were admitted in 1973, neither part of this divided nation belongs
    $400 8
After the success from writing "Main Street" & other novels, he became a summer stock actor
    $400 23
To test freshness of eggs, immerse them in a 12% solution of this mineral in water
    DD: $100 17
If he'd been alive in 1952, R. Valentino might have slunk across the dance floor to this hit:

[Instrumental music plays.]
    $600 4
It's said the U.S. city home to the most Black millionaires is this southern state capital
    $600 19
In 1959, the original 24 were removed from the East Front of our nation's capital
    $600 14
While NYC is UN headquarters, the Int'l Court of Justice is headquartered here
    $600 9
Mississippi writer who didn't win a Pulitzer Prize until 6 years after winning Nobel Prize
    $600 26
It's said Romans cooked this vegetable standing up so its tender tips were out of water & not overcooked
    $600 18
Jazzy Johnny Mercer/Harold Arlen lament subtitled "My mama done tol' me"
    $800 5
Highest office held by the person for whom North Dakota's capital is named
    $800 21
A large chain of U.S. "Inn"s takes its name from this structure similar to a pergola or arbor
    DD: $500 15
The 5 countries that each have the power to veto a Security Council resolution
    $800 11
This title gem of a Wilkie Collins novel is actually an exquisite diamond
    $800 22
It knows "I'm no longer alone without a dream in my heart without a love of my own"
    $1000 6
Capital of the 1st state to ratify the Constitution
    $1000 16
In 1980, this was voted the 6th official language of the United Nations
    $1000 12
Author of "The Pilgrim's Progress", it's said his worst sins were dancing & liking to ring the church bell
    $1000 24
"They heard the breeze in the trees singing weird melodies" & assisted in this "medical" procedure

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Bob Judy
$1,400 $3,200 $6,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

All the letters that appear on the top row across on a standard touch-tone phone

Final scores:

Mark Bob Judy
$100 $900 $6,800
3rd place: Jules Jurgensen his & hers watches 2nd place: Ensoniq electronic piano & Zenith 9" color TV New champion: $6,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mark Bob Judy
$2,100 $3,200 $6,900
12 R
(including 2 DDs),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
4 W
19 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $12,200

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Game tape date: 1986-11-12
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