Show #508 - Wednesday, November 19, 1986

1986 Tournament of Champions semifinal game 3.


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Lionel Goldbart, a retired schoolteacher from Miami Beach, Florida

Beryl Arbit, a legal assistant from Los Angeles, California

Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
In U.S., most rainy days per year, up to 350, occur in this state
    $100 7
A U.S. Treasury bond called "a James Bond" matures in this year of the next century
    $100 3
We don't know if Lois ever complained about him being "faster than a speeding bullet"
    $100 26
While the pharaohs built ancient wonders, Ferdinand de Lesseps built this "modern" one
    $100 1
Much married bandleader Arthur Arshawsky
    $100 10
It's both the title of Donna Summer's hit of January 1980 & where you could hear it
    $200 22
Glacial advances into Europe from mid 16th to late 19th C. are sometimes called little versions of these
    $200 8
If you're into "heavy breathers", you might have read one of these by Rosemary Rogers or Danielle Steel
    $200 17
Her man still is Moondoggie
    $200 30
Nefertari & Nefertiti were 2 of them
    $200 2
Born Edith Giovanna Gassion, her stage surname was Parisian slang for "sparrow"
    $200 13
In 1984, comfortably or not, Lionel Richie was "stuck" here
    $300 23
Tiros was an experimental prototype for these
    $300 9
Canine name for a person who makes a business of smuggling aliens into U.S.
    $300 18
Lea Thompson, bedding down with this "boyfriend" in a 1986 film really bedded "down"!
    $300 29
Though union with Syria fell through, Gamal Abdel Nasser continued to call Egypt this
    $300 4
Princess Victoria Mary Augusta Louise Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes of Teck, George V's consort
    DD: $500 14
Travel song from 1939 film to which the following 1970s song is equivalent:
    $400 24
Though named for snow, it's the driest state in the U.S.
    $400 11
"Celebrity rot" refers to an aging entertainer's increasing inability to do this
    $400 19
The millionaire boyfriend about whom Margot Lane might have sung "Me & My Shadow"
    $400 28
It's said the Mosque of Ibn Tulun has the only spiral one of these in the world
    $400 5
When you say "bonjour" to Francoise Quoirez, call her by this nom de plume
    $400 15
This 1962 #1 hit by Mr. Acker Bilk could be about an alien at the beach
    $500 25
The instrument most often used to measure surface wind speed
    $500 12
"Greeny" is slang, not for a little martian, but for anyone concerned about this
    $500 20
As Frau Blucher in "Young Frankenstein" she spoke the line, "Yes, yes he was my boyfriend"
    $500 27
Though founded in Cairo in 1945, in 1979 this organization suspended Egypt's membership
    $500 6
Born Elizabeth Bloomer, this late bloomer was a divorcee when she married a future president in 1948
    $500 16
"I'll keep on tryin' & I'll smile when I feel like cryin'" are part of this Stephen Bishop philosophy

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

Paul Beryl Lionel
$1,300 $1,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Beryl Lionel
$3,500 $2,500 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Holiday on which Washington "crossed the Delaware"
    $200 1
Football's New York Jets play their home games in a N.J. stadium named for this other team
    $200 22
This department puts the "T" in T-bills
    $200 13
Lorimar-Telepictures bought this studio's Culver City lot & will rename the Thalberg Bldg.
    $200 11
Encyclopedia Americana estimates it to be 61,600,600
    $200 12
Circa 1800, Josiah Spode II created this by adding powdered bone to hard-paste porcelain
    $400 7
Colloquial term for German mercenaries who served with the British
    $400 2
Oldest NFL stadium is this city's Soldier Field
    $400 26
What the letters I.R.A. stand for
    $400 14
They built their first soundstage in 1931 but didn't release a live-action feature until 1950
    $400 16
Of a senator, Civil War hero, or horse, identity of the Justin Morgan for whom the Morgan is named
    $400 18
Glasslike substance used in painting decorations on china, whether "over" or "under"
    $600 8
Under the Treaty of Paris, the British ceded Florida back to this country
    DD: $1,000 3
Sites of the largest stadiums named for JFK & RFK
    $600 27
The interest or dividends you get, or a sign saying you must give up the right-of-way
    $600 15
In 1971, this studio's president, Darryl F. Zanuck, fired head of production, his son Richard
    $600 17
The small Welsh pony was bred to work in the confined spaces of these
    $600 19
France's Sevres factory 1st developed the color "bleu de roi", now commonly called this
    $800 9
After England passed the Stamp Act, Samuel Adams helped form this opposition group in Boston
    $800 4
Major League baseball park with smallest seating capacity is in this city in the American League East
    $800 30
This fidelity mutual fund shares its name with a Portuguese explorer
    $800 20
Studio which has brought us 6 "Friday the 13th" movies so far - thanks, guys
    $800 23
Suffolk, Shire, & Clydesdale breeds are this type of horse whose name means "pulling"
    $800 24
English potter famed for his pale blue jasperware, he was grandfather to Charles Darwin
    $1000 10
This general did so well in the Revolution Washington made him our country's 1st Sec'y of War
    $1000 5
Major League baseball park with largest seating capacity is in this city in the American League East
    $1000 29
Discount bonds which, as their names suggest, pay no dividends
    $1000 21
The largest studio stage in the world is the "007 Stage" at this English studio
    DD: $3,400 28
Until reaching this milestone, stallions, geldings & mares alike are known as "maidens"
    $1000 25
Tho it's named for nearby East German city, this fine porcelain is a speciality of Meissen Men

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Beryl Lionel
$7,300 $6,700 $0

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Now seen as a TV spokesman, he was only astronaut to orbit Earth in Mercury, Gemini, & Apollo craft

Final scores:

Paul Beryl Lionel
$14,000 $12,100 $0
Finalist 2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Beryl Lionel
$6,900 $7,200 $3,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
18 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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Game tape date: 1986-10-29
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