Show #557 - Tuesday, January 27, 1987


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Anne Conable, a director of marketing from Attica, New York

Debora Flury-Kick, a bookstore manager from Baltimore, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,600)

Jim Crawford, a letter carrier from Seal Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
NYC landmark 1st opened May 24, 1883 & probably 1st "sold" soon after
    $100 9
He took his early footsteps in Ohio & left the first footprints on the Moon
    $100 26
Poe ended 11 of this poem's 18 stanzas with the same word-"Nevermore"
    $100 4
He played Paul Kersey, a quiet architect turned vigilante when his wife was murdered
    $100 21
She's "lost & gone forever"
    $100 1
An excess of culinary artistes ruins bouillon
    $200 3
On May 20, 1506, this explorer died in Spain
    $200 13
Markswoman who paid off family farm mortgage by shooting game for a Cincinnati hotel
    $200 5
He's played hammering Harry Dickens, ghoulish Gomez Addams, & educated Ed LaSalle
    $200 22
He said, "I'll die with my hammer in my hand"
    $200 16
In good shape, like one violin
    $300 10
With a blast estimated at 500 times that at Hiroshima, it went off May 18, 1980
    $300 14
He claimed genius was only 1% inspiration, but one of his inventions came to symbolize bright ideas
    $300 6
She danced with Kelly & Astaire, was Chevalier's "little girl" in "Gigi", & wed meat-packer George Hormel
    $300 23
Though Peter, Paul & Mary; popularized it, it was he who wrote "Blowin' In The Wind"
    $300 17
A pair is required to perform a Latin American dance characterized by frequent posturing
    $400 11
On May 10, 1869, the golden spike was driven into the ground of this state
    $400 15
The leading. U.S air ace in WWI, he shot down 22 enemy planes and 4 balloons
    $400 7
Up for Best Actor in 1931 for "Skippy", he was only child ever nominated for best actor
    $400 24
It begins, "My wife & I lived all alone, in a little log hut we called our own"
    $400 18
One discharge of a .45 amidst absence of light
    $500 12
In 1954, Secy. of Treasury G. Humphrey told Senate cost of defense & foreign aid would make this impossible
    DD: $700 20
2 of the 7 presidents born in Ohio
    $500 8
He died during the filming of "Solomon & Sheba" & was replaced by Yul Brynner
    $500 25
Foods "we'll all have" "when she comes, when she comes"
    $500 19
Ingest a pair of acetylsalicylic acid tablets, then make my phone bell ring at 7 a.m. tomorrow

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

Jim Debora Anne
$1,200 $400 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Debora Anne
$1,600 $1,500 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
While Ursa Minor is commonly called "the Little Dipper", it actually translates to this
    $200 9
As this Eastern European country's name suggests, they speak a romance language
    $200 17
Of the dog or the cat, the 1 mentioned more often in the Bible
    $200 5
Only player on an ice hockey team who can't be put in the penalty box
    $200 1
Like its Old World counterpart, this Connecticut city is on the Thames River
    $200 2
He's Cornelius Crane Chase, & you're not
    $400 23
The terms "Evening Star" & "Morning Star" both most often refer to this same body
    DD: $400 18
Vocal version of the following was only song ever to hit No. 1 in U.S. in this language:

[Instrumental music plays.]
    $400 25
His brothers were jealous of Joseph because their father gave him this
    $400 6
While you score a birdie in golf, you swat a birdie in this sport
    $400 13
Since few there eat beef, you might go broke opening one of these in this capital city of India
    $400 3
Salvatore & Cherilyn
    $600 24
In the Northern Hemisphere, it's the longest day of the year
    $600 19
The now virtually extinct Manx language was spoken there
    $600 10
In losing, Jack Dempsey knocked him down for famous "long count", which many claim took 14-15 sec.
    $600 14
There's no point in bringing coal to this English city, since it has plenty to export
    $600 4
Singer who signs his paintings with his original name, Anthony Benedetto
    $800 20
Until the 18th c., about half the world's printed books were in this language, the 1st to be printed
    $800 11
Sportswriter whose syndicated column & radio program were called "On the Line"
    $800 15
In revenue, this Massachusetts city is the USA's leading fishing port
    $800 7
Though his first name was Galen, this TV character was always called "Doc"
    $1000 21
Language invented in Poland in 1887 by Dr. Ludwik L. Zamenhof
    $1000 12
Brothers who hold major league record for most home runs hit by brothers
    $1000 16
Buildings of Robert Owen's cooperative 19th c. community have been restored in this Indiana town
    $1000 8
"Fats" Domino's first name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Debora Anne
$2,800 $2,900 -$1,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

With a birthrate of zero, this country has no trouble remaining world's smallest state

Final scores:

Jim Debora Anne
$5,600 $100 -$1,000
2-day champion: $15,200 2nd place: Gibson guitar + Jules Jurgensen his & hers watches 3rd place: Swintec 8014 typewriter

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Debora Anne
$3,500 $2,900 -$600
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
2 W
7 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $5,800

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Game tape date: 1986-11-04
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