Suggest correction - #676 - 1987-07-13

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    $400 15
Adjective which can, in jungle species, precede frog, gecko & lemur, all of whom actually glide
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Show #676 - Monday, July 13, 1987

"Signature game" with all clues prepared by Jeopardy! researcher Ruth Deutsch.
Missing last response and wager in Final Jeopardy! Round.

Contestants

Dale Schweinsberg, a U.S. Army officer from Rome, New York

Judi Chamberlin, a program administrator originally from New York City

David Peterman, an area manager from Laguna Nigel, California (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $7,300)

Jeopardy! Round

EVERYDAY SCIENCE
AIRPORTS
TV IN FILM
THE JUNGLE
END OF THE WAR
READ THE LABEL!
    $100 1
Element common to cigarette smoke, pencils & diamonds
    $100 16
Once used for planes, Giant Rock Airport near Palm Springs today awaits these alien craft
    $100 11
In it, F. Dunaway is told "You're TV incarnate... war, murder, death--all the same to you as bottles of beer"
    $100 12
"The Life of the Jungle" says no outfit is complete without this knife, "the all purpose tool of the tropics"
    $100 25
Thanks to this war's end some 204 yrs. ago, there's a USA today
    $100 3
Type of product whose name, not the directions for use, reads "tickle"
    $200 2
When we used to say "fill it up with ethyl", the ethyl was this in premium gasoline
    $200 17
Under normal circumstances, passengers are not allowed to board a plane without 1 of these items
    $200 18
Michael Dorsey--or is it Dorothy Michaels--stars in a soap opera in this 1982 comedy
    $200 13
It's what you'd expect Tarzan to be doing with a 100 ft. liana
    $200 26
On June 10, 1967, the 6-Day War ended with Israel's capture of this country's Golan Heights
    $200 7
Your Kodak film comes in a box that tells you to do this "promptly"
    $300 4
An omelet swells during cooking due to these in the beaten eggs
    $300 22
While the Navy usually names their air bases after nearby towns, the Army usually names theirs after these
    $300 19
In "Videodrome", James Woods inserts one of these into his stomach; we suggest you use a VCR
    $300 14
The tree-roosting jungle fowl of India are wild ancestors of this common domestic bird
    $300 27
Afrikaners lost the Orange Free State when they lost this war in 1902
    $300 8
It says his "cleaning agents" will cleanse your kitchen; he just stands there with folded arms
    $400 5
If these are still in your woolens after 6 months, the naphthalene has not yet turned into a gas
    DD: $1,100 23
After his death, a Calif. airport was renamed for this actor who had been a "Flying Leatherneck"
    $400 20
A scene in "The Flamingo Kid" shows Richard Crenna by a TV turned on to this rural sitcom
    $400 15
Adjective which can, in jungle species, precede frog, gecko & lemur, all of whom actually glide
    $400 9
Its back label asks, "Why market this no-nonsense kick-in-the-derriere dressing?"
    $500 6
A circuit is broken when the fuse "blows", meaning this happens inside it
    $500 24
You can't fly the Concorde from Concord, but you can catch it in these 2 East Coast cities
    $500 21
Jungle epiphytes, such as most bromeliads, root on these rather than in the ground
    $500 10
It's what you'd do with a product labeled "Grandma's Tummy Mint"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

David Judi Dale
$500 $500 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Judi Dale
$2,100 $500 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART
POLITICAL NICKNAMES
LIES
'60s BRITISH ROCK
"PUN"s
POPE-POURRI
(Alex: Guess what those clues have to do with.)
    $200 19
Unable to find an American publisher, he sailed to England in 1826 with his "Birds of America"
    $200 10
The most secret Watergate source is known only by this nickname
    $200 1
Of a lie or the truth, it's what the George Washington "I cannot tell a lie" story is
    $200 3
Though 1 of their 1st Top 40 hits was "It's All Over Now", they're still rockin' after 24 years
    $200 6
Its, whats wrong! (with) this answer
    $200 26
It's said Fabian, a layman, was divinely chosen when this bird flew in & landed on his head
    $400 20
Besides his, "Symphony" & "Harmony", both in grey & green, he made 2 "Arrangements" in grey & black
    $400 11
Head of British Conservatives after "Grocer" Edward Heath, she's been called "the Grocer's Daughter"
    $400 2
A "failed" polygraph test revealed that he acted alone in assassinating Martin Luther King
    $400 5
DC5's "Greatest Hits" album says they were only group to play on this influential U.S. TV show over 10 times
    $400 7
It's running back a football kick you've caught, or bringing back a flat-bottomed boat you've rented
    $400 27
Technically, anyone is eligible for the papacy if they meet these 2 criteria
    DD: $700 21
Created in 1907, it's the self-portrait of this artist as a young man:
    $600 12
Maybe the work wasn't exciting enough for this Calif. senator who earned the nickname "Sleepin' Sam"
    $600 4
A '70s game show, or an int'l organization that conducts an annual contest for the best lie, honest!
    $600 13
In 1966, her love was "deeper than the deepest ocean, wider than a mile"
    $600 15
Johnny Rotten's music, or what you'd call a piece of granite with a mohawk haircut
    $800 22
This 450 lb. pet of Jamie Wyeth ate 17 tubes of paint while posing for a life size portrait
    $800 23
As a prosecutor, he was a "Gangbuster", but twice as Rep. presidential nominee, he was a bust
    $800 8
In his autobio., Mark Twain says "There are 3 kinds of lies: lies, damned lies &" these numerical ones
    $800 14
A "British Bob Dylan", he switched to "flower power", sending an "Epistle To Dippy" in 1967
    $800 16
Apt adjective for ethyl mercaptan, which smells like a combo of rotting cabbage, garlic & sewer gas
    $1000 25
1st director of this Smithsonian art gallery said J.W. Booth would be as welcome as Lincoln
    $1000 24
Calling her soft on Communism in 1950 election, "Tricky Dick" dubbed her "the Pink Lady"
    $1000 9
A hypochondriac telling tall tales could have this syndrome named for an 18th c. baron known for tall tales
    $1000 18
Songs these 2 wrote for groups other than their own included "Bad To Me" for B. J. Kramer & the Dakotas
    $1000 17
It usually involves physical pain, but for certain Army NCOs, it could just be cleaning the latrine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Judi Dale
$5,500 $6,400 $6,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
Of the 10 largest cities in population in the U.S., only these 2 are less than 100 miles apart

Final scores:

David Judi Dale
$101 $399 $12,400
3rd place: Yamaha PSR-60 portable keyboard 2nd place: a trip to the Caribbean on Eastern Airlines + a week at the Bahamas Princess Resort and Casino on Grand Bahamas Island New champion: $12,400

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

David Judi Dale
$5,500 $6,300 $5,500
17 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,300

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