Show #625 - Friday, May 1, 1987


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Matthew Lee, a graduate student from Los Angeles, California

Betsey Kay, an alcohol and drug abuse counselor from Carson City, Nevada

Linda Shewey, a housewife from Richmond, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Of all the celebrity fitness books in 1984, only hers was a best seller of the year
    $100 3
To the Crow Indians, "Coyote" was the god who created all creatures & this planet
    $100 4
Of larger or smaller, area of D.C. now as compared to when it was first established
    $100 26
Among items in the Cowboy Hall of Fame are kachina dolls this "Duke" collected
    $100 7
From Latin for "vow", these small candles are used in private devotions
    $100 16
In Dorpstratt, Belgium, a bull charged one of these bright-red municipal vehicles, causing $7000 in damage
    $200 2
Books, on this subject took 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & 7th place on 1945's non-fiction bestseller list
    $200 10
Romulus & Remus were sired by this Roman god of war
    $200 19
The 2 individuals honored in the name Washington, D.C.
    $200 27
Of a sea captain, a thief or a corpse, what Errol Flynn played in his 1st American film
    $200 8
A hobo's "crime" of having no permanent address or visible means of support
    $200 17
In November 1986, one of these bars was installed in a Kroger supermarket in Atlanta--just for the halibut
    $300 5
According to title of Robert Ringer's 1977 best seller, it's whom you should be "Looking Out for"
    $300 11
Though closely associated with Troy, she was actually queen of Sparta
    $300 20
Washington's famed cherry trees were a gift from this country
    DD: $300 28
He played Elvis in a TV movie and later hit the charts himself singing the following:

"I'm back on the street baby / I'm downbeat / You know it's you I see in every girl I meet..."
    $300 9
Subtitle of this 1958 hit was "Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu"
    $300 23
When a statue of him was stolen in Toms River, N.J., the ransom demand was 8991 chicken McNuggets
    $400 6
Since "Once Is Not Enough", this author's books made "Best Sellers of the Year" lists 3 times
    $400 13
The fire he stole for mankind came from the hearth of Zeus
    $400 21
Both original score of Bway's "Oklahoma!" & a perfect vellum edition of a Gutenberg Bible are found here
    $400 15
British noble rank that is above a baron & below an earl
    $400 24
Private taxis in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe charge these people double for taking up too much room
    $500 12
In 60 seconds you should manage to figure out this 1983 business best seller by Blanchard & Johnson
    $500 14
Myth comes from Greek "mythos" meaning this
    $500 22
You can visit Petersen House, which still appears as it did when this president died there
    $500 18
The fabric or wooden hanging that covers top of a drape, or Gene Pitney's "Liberty"
    $500 25
The Treasury Department has named an award after this late singer known for "God Bless America"

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

Linda Betsey Matthew
$500 $600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Betsey Matthew
$2,200 $1,600 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
"The Stilt"
    $200 2
It's the only African nation generally classified as "economically developed"
    $200 1
Most famous target for William Tell's crossbow skills
    $200 19
On Dec. 27, 1982, the New Jersey was the 1st of these to be recommissoned into service
    $200 16
He's gone from faith healing at tent meetings to operating a medical school as part of his university
    $200 9
In their 1st #1 hit, The Supremes addressed this question to "Baby, baby, baby"
    $400 8
Early in her career, British fans referred to this tennis star as "Little Miss Moffitt"
    $400 14
The Ashanti, called makers of African gold jewelry, live in Ghana, formerly called this
    $400 3
Hanna-Barbera didn't use this fruit's nickname so we don't call the character "Dangleberry Dog"
    $400 22
In summer of 1986, this became last of the 5 U.S. armed forces to ban beards
    $400 20
In the '50's, he was on TV Tuesday nights, opposite Milton Berle
    $400 10
This song also asks, "Who put the ram in the ram-a-lam a-ding-dong"
    $600 11
1st in NHL history to score 500 goals, Maurice Richard was nicknamed this
    $600 15
Covering very little of Africa, jungle on the continent is found primarily along this river basin
    DD: $400 4
One annual event each June in Luling, Texas is thumping this fruit
    $600 23
"40 miles a day on beans & hay" was the boast of these enlisted troopers
    $600 21
When Black Muslim founder W.D. Farad disappeared in 1934, this man became their leader
    $800 12
It was turn of the century pitcher Joe McGinnity, no Lou Gehrig, who was nicknamed this
    DD: $1,000 17
3 of 4 official European languages that are official languages in Africa
    $800 5
Its varieties include VF145, big boy, & cherry
    $800 24
During WWI, the 1st of these serving in the Navy were designated "Yeoman (F)"s
    $1000 13
While "Slammin' Sam" is golfer Snead, "Slingin' Sam" was this great Redskin quarterback
    $1000 18
Of Africa's 51 countries, it's the only one that begins with "R"
    $1000 7
The name tangelo comes from combining tangerine & this old name for grapefruit

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Betsey Matthew
$4,400 $3,600 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In its ads it claims to be the first airline to fly to all 50 states

Final scores:

Linda Betsey Matthew
$4,400 $7,200 $0
2nd place: Vitamaster Monitor 500M exercise cycle + Zenith 9" color TV New champion: $7,200 3rd place: Waverly bed ensemble

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Linda Betsey Matthew
$4,400 $3,800 $4,200
11 R,
1 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $12,400

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Game tape date: 1987-01-07
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