Show #613 - Wednesday, April 15, 1987


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Betty Furdell, a college professor from Jacksonville, Florida

Suzanne Duggan, an educational consultant from San Diego, California

Jim Ryan, a writer from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,350)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
According to the vows, people go into marriage "for better or" this
    $100 16
In "Home On The Range", it's what "seldom is heard"
    $100 26
Thin, loosely woven cotton cloth that can be used for tea bags, gauze, & wrapping the Roquefort
    $100 21
Since elephant pacifiers are hard to find, baby elephants may do this until they are 6 years old
    $100 3
Before the pumpkin, the Irish used to carve turnips for these Halloween standards
    $100 1
If Romulus hadn't killed this twin brother, Rome might be called "Reme"
    $200 12
As a verb, it means to get on a horse, as a noun, the horse itself
    $200 17
"Oh, come along boys, & listen to my tale, I'll tell you of my troubles on..." this
    $200 27
If your blouse is a bleeder, it's merely "suffering" from this
    $200 22
In Africa, wild elephants are found only south of this expansive arid region
    $200 4
In cooking, pumpkins & this vegetable may be used interchangeably
    $200 2
In 1947, she wanted out of his Westerns, but said "yes" when he proposed to her on horseback
    $300 13
A mass of metal shaped for easy storage or transportation
    $300 18
Song which begins "I'm an old cowhand from the Rio Grande" ends with this cowboy call
    $300 28
Hats are frequently made from this fabric of compressed animal hair fibers
    $300 23
Indian elephants are strong swimmers, able to regulate their buoyancy by swallowing this
    $300 7
Probably from Latin "pepo" for pumpkin, it's a roasted pumpkin seed
    DD: $300 5
2 of the 3 pairs of lovers named in the titles of Shakespeare's plays
    $400 14
Slang for money, in I Timothy 3:3, King James Bible, it completed "not greedy of filthy..."
    $400 19
Bing Crosby urged, "Oh, give me" this, "lots of" this "under starry skies above, don't fence me in"
    $400 24
Elephants are highly evolved emotionally, & it's said, perform this on incurable members of herd
    $400 8
Term for a New England puritan, or a dolt
    $400 6
"The Grand Duke" was the last comic opera they wrote together, in 1896
    $500 15
Spelled "cwen" in Old English, it meant a wife of a famous man, as well as this
    $500 20
Marty Robbins said he wanted to write a song about this town, because "that is where the West begins"
    $500 25
An elephant needs water & mud to cool itself, since its skin lacks these
    $500 9
James Whitcomb Riley said, "It sets my 'heart a-clickin'... when" this "is on the punkin"
    $500 10
Husband & wife director & star of 1972 film of "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds"

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

Jim Suzanne Betty
$900 $0 $2,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Suzanne Betty
$2,400 $700 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In the Northern Hemisphere, only these 2 months fall entirely within the winter season
    $200 16
In 1494, 6 years before they even visited it, this country was given the land that would be Brazil
    $200 15
This movie studio's executive offices are on Dopey Drive, which may have been Walt's little joke
    $200 8
This Pacific Coast state has more Marine Corps posts than any other
    $200 1
George M. Cohan asked "Remember me to..." this place
    $400 7
Of 3, 4, or 5, the # of federal holidays observed during the official winter season
    $400 17
Potosi, Bolivia was largest city in the Americas in the 17th century due to mines producing this
    $400 18
Ever since "Psycho", Janet Leigh has never done this with the door closed
    $400 9
The U.S. 8th Army is headquartered in this Asian capital
    $400 2
Address to which you would write in St. Louis to reach the Ralston Purina company
    DD: $1,000 12
Title of the following Bill Pursell hit of 1963:

[Instrumental music plays]
    $600 22
This Greenlander who discovered "Vinland" was nicknamed "Lucky"
    $600 19
Romantic idol who played Rudolph Valentino's father in his last film, 1926's "Son of the Sheik"
    $600 10
The saying, "You have to go out, but you don't have to come back," refers to this "5th" service branch
    $600 3
Triangular in shape, this Dallas square shares its name with a fall holiday
    $800 13
"The Winter of our Discontent" may be just a 1st line for Shakespeare, but it's a whole novel for this author
    $800 23
It's said the English village called "Indian Queens" was named for this New World resident
    $800 20
Author whose widow forced the makers of "Gunga Din" to cut all scenes showing him as a character
    DD: $800 11
The 2 official colors of the Air Force are these
    $800 4
Bounded by Beach, Larkin, North Point, & Polk streets, it contains a "chocolate manufactory"
    $1000 14
Following the 1992 games, the next year in which the Winter Olympics will be held
    $1000 24
A total of 41 Pilgrim "saints" & Anglican "strangers" signed it November 11, 1620
    $1000 21
Kate Hepburn played a "budding" young actress in this, the 1st film to win her an Oscar
    $1000 25
"OTH" radar, that bounces signals off the ionosphere to detect aircraft, stands for this
    $1000 5
It's said L'Enfant wanted it to be the White House's front yard

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Suzanne Betty
$4,600 $2,700 $2,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FDR was named this 3 times, Ike, Truman & Churchill twice; but for 1966 it was the 25 & under generation

Final scores:

Jim Suzanne Betty
$5,600 $5,400 $4,800
3-day champion: $21,950 2nd place: Broyhill 6-piece bedroom set + Zenith 9" color TV 3rd place: Tappan dishwasher

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jim Suzanne Betty
$4,600 $2,700 $4,200
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
7 R,
2 W
15 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $11,500

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Game tape date: 1986-12-10
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