Show #626 - Monday, May 4, 1987

Missing introductions & 26th clue of Double Jeopardy! Round.


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Jean Volk, an attorney from North Brunswick, New Jersey

Shannon Carrero, from San Diego, California

Betsey Kay, an alcohol and drug abuse counselor from Carson City, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And this category is all about travel and tourism trivia.)
    $100 1
Even a baby can say this official postal abbreviation for the state of Washington
    $100 2
"Frogs & snails, & puppy dogs' tails"
    $100 24
These were worn outdoors to protect the skin, not for trick-or-treat
    $100 9
Major league team with the letters "SOX" on their caps
    $100 16
Basil the barber & Kitri are the romantic leads in a ballet based on this Cervantes novel
    $100 7
Tourists can shake hands with a dead Crusader who's never decomposed, in a crypt in this Irish capital
    $200 13
Of Michigan, Minnesota, or Wisconsin, the only state whose land mass borders on Canada
    $200 3
"That's what little girls are made of"
    $200 26
Spanish ladies carried little books of paper covered with vermilion powder used to color these
    $200 20
The penalty when a pitcher balks
    $200 17
Yes, there really was a stage musical version, with whip-cracking prostitutes & Atlanta aflame
    $200 8
The world's largest champagne glass bubbles away in this maestro's "Wunnerful" museum
    $300 14
Reason why in 1959 the geographic center of the U.S. moved from Kansas to South Dakota
    $300 4
"She had so many children she didn't know what to do"
    $300 27
A "bosom bottle" tucked inside a dress kept these fresh
    $300 21
Known for years as "The Baseball Bible", this weekly paper now covers other sports as well
    $300 18
Clifford Odets' drama of the same name became a musical about boxing starring Sammy Davis Jr.
    $300 10
Swan upping, the marking of the Queen's swans, takes place on this London river once a year
    DD: $500 15
3 of 5 neighboring states from which you can go marching through Georgia
    $400 5
"He put her in a pumpkin shell, & there he kept her very well"
    $400 28
Duck, dornex, Damascus & dimity were all these
    $400 22
In 1938, pitcher Johnny Vander Meer became only man ever to do this in 2 consecutive games
    $400 19
Medieval mystery plays dramatized events from this book
    $400 11
At museum devoted to him, a wax replica of this 1930s criminal on the slab greets every "lady in red"
    $500 25
This state has the most Interstate miles, over 3000, including parts of I-10, 20, 30, & 40
    $500 6
"He wears whiskers on his chinnegan"
    $500 29
These facial decorations were called "mouches" because they looked like flies
    $500 30
In 1986, this S.F. Giants 1st baseman became only 16th man elected to Hall of Fame 1st year he was eligible
    $500 23
Rodgers & Hammerstein musical based on "Liliom", a play about a sideshow barker
    $500 12
Evangelist Jim Bakker wants to build a Golgotha theme park on the site where this occurred

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Betsey Shannon Jean
$900 $600 $2,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Betsey Shannon Jean
$900 $1,800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
    $200 1
Of "-ness", "-ing" or "-ly", suffix which, when added to "like", will cause it to lose the "E"
    $200 14
Following this mother's lead, Irene Joliot Curie also won a Nobel Prize for chemistry
    $200 4
It was way back in 1972 that his brothers 1st got him to try Life cereal
    $200 11
In Revelation 20:10, the 2 things God will use to destroy sinners
    $200 10
The 4 older brothers made a comeback in 1982 as a country group -- without Donny
    $400 27
Newest members of the E.E.C., or European Economic Community, are these 2 Iberian neighbors
    $400 2
Minimum number of words a simple imperative sentence can contain
    $400 15
Her daughter said this 1st lady still thinks Watergate was an int'l scheme involving double agents
    $400 5
Because of their TV ads for these, many thought James Garner & Mariette Hartley were husband & wife
    $400 20
Collective term for pistols & guns
    $400 12
Don & Phil
    $600 28
Ending 3rd World debt crisis is major goal of Barber Conable, president of this global institution
    $600 3
Grammatically, it's what's wrong with the sentence "Virtue is it's own reward."
    $600 16
Of this event Hana Mandlikova said, "I wore leather; white is for Wimbledon"
    $600 6
If you opened your bathroom cabinet & saw Chuck McCann, he was using your can of this deodorant
    $600 21
Insurance company whose TV ads featured different people wearing the same funny red hat
    DD: $400 13
Consisting of 2 sisters & a cousin, they're the trio heard here:

"So won't you please (Be my, be my baby) / Be my little baby? (My one and only baby) / Say you'll be my darling (Be my, be my baby) / Be my baby now (My one and only baby)"
    $800 9
From Latin for "thrown in between", these words are attention-getters
    $800 17
Though she didn't speak Russian, Anna Anderson spent most of her life trying to prove she was this woman
    $800 7
Proverbial definition of chaos calmly recreated in a 1980 Merrill Lynch TV ad
    $800 22
In kids' TV series, ID number on the side of Col. Steve Zodiac's jet fighter "Fireball"
    $800 18
The 2 Bee Gees who are twins
    DD: $2,100 29
Over 70 countries signed the "GATT" which the "General Agreement" on these
    $1000 25
In an expository paragraph, the sentence functioning as this is usually the 1st
    $1000 24
Dian Fossey's '85 murder might have been due to her torturing poachers who threatened these animals
    $1000 8
A TV ad for this product showed the making of a commercial for "Mama Magadini's Meatballs"
    $1000 23
From French for "to blaze" it describes a person whose manner is highly elaborate or showy
    $1000 19
"Deep Purple" was a 1963 #1 hit for the duo of Nino Tempo & this woman, his sister

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Betsey Shannon Jean
$4,200 $5,400 $7,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Number of Vice Presidents of the last 50 years who later became President

Final scores:

Betsey Shannon Jean
$0 $10,800 $10,900
3rd place: Chinon 35mm camera 2nd place: Hotpoint range & microwave + Donvier ice cream maker New champion: $10,900

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Betsey Shannon Jean
$3,100 $5,400 $7,300
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R,
3 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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Game tape date: 1987-01-13
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