Show #449 - Thursday, May 29, 1986

Marvin Shinkman game 4.


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Francis Hambidge, a freelance story analyst originally from Liverpool, England

Robert Wargo, a student from Fairfield, Connecticut

Marvin Shinkman, a stamp dealer from Van Nuys, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $27,003)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
From 1905-7, Austria & Serbia fought an economic "war" over tariffs, such as over this porcine animal
    $100 25
While Amy Vanderbilt says a waiter should remove these from the right, Vogue says from the left
    $100 13
The girl from here was "tall & tan & young & lovely"
    $100 11
Grandma Moses ordered her first set of paints from this Chicago mail order company
    $100 6
Archie, Edith, or a sand trap
    $100 20
Innovation introduced in the Middle Ages to distinguish the small "i" from the m, n, & u
    $200 2
The western jury system is thought to have been brought to England by these peoples in 1066
    $200 26
In Spain and Portugal, the proper way to eat asparagus is with these
    $200 14
It's where I'm sitting "just rolling along, just rolling along"
    $200 12
Primarily a movement in painting, this "square" trend also influenced sculpture
    $200 7
In 1937, this singer & golf enthusiast put on the 1st celebrity pro-am match
    $200 21
Most air conditioners' filters won't trap this, the #1 contaminant of indoor air
    $300 3
Century known as the "High Renaissance"
    $300 27
If napkins weren't provided, 19th c. etiquette permitted a gentleman to use a hanky or this instead
    $300 15
Gerry & the Pacemakers ferry crossed this Liverpool river
    $300 16
Manhattan's MoMA stands on land once occupied by 2 mansions of this noted N.Y. family
    $300 8
In December 1985, Fuzzy Zoeller won $255,000 competing in this type of hole-by-hole contest
    $300 22
Minton, Limoges, & Spode, for example
    $400 4
World power whose emperor gave up claims to divinity before it adopted a new constitution in 1947
    $400 18
"Whoopee ti yi yo, git along little dogies, for you know" this state "will be your new home"
    $400 17
Famous for his Olympic & sports action paintings, he's appeared in 2 "Rocky" movies
    $400 9
Playboy asked this Australian golfer to pose in the buff, not in the rough
    $400 23
According to a survey, "True Story" is the magazine read most by people sitting here
    $500 5
1957 U.S. policy allowing the president to use armed force in the Middle East
    DD: $400 19
2 of the 5 specific places "Travelin' Man" Ricky Nelson had traveled to according to the song
    $500 28
1920 painting by George Grosz shows one of these machines Karel Capek named the next year
    $500 10
Stanford psychology grad who, in 1980, became 1st player to win over $½ million in 1 year
    $500 24
Not a Kawasaki, but this loop knot, makes a lasso circular

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

Marvin Robert Francis
$1,000 $300 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marvin Robert Francis
$1,800 -$600 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That last one is a new one for us here on Jeopardy!)
    $200 16
In algebra, numbers can be represented by numerals or these symbols
    $200 17
U.S. 550 between Ouray & Silverton is called "Million Dollar Highway" because it's paved with this ore
    $200 18
Though WWII's "Rosie the Riveter" wore them, this war 1st popularized trousers for womenswear
    $200 1
Literary hobby of Dr. Zhivago, whose writing got better, not "verse"
    $200 11
Julie's Ike
    $200 4
In it, Woody Allen proves cryogenics works, if you don't mind waking up in a police state
    $400 21
Term for the side of a right triangle that is opposite the 90° angle
    $400 24
This corner of Colorado meets corners of 3 other states at "4 Corners"
    $400 19
Body part on which you'd wear an epaulet
    $400 2
In "And Quiet Flows The Don", Natalia Korshunov tries to commit this with a scythe
    $400 12
Consumers can "fight back" with him
    DD: $200 5
Film which used the following as a greeting:
    DD: $800 22
1,000, expressed by using 10 and an exponent
    $600 28
In Colo., "people had a careless way ... of firing revolvers ... at each other ...", so he went east, young man
    $600 20
1st sold by the Hookless Fastener Co. in 1913, it didn't get this name until 1923
    $600 3
In 1927, this Russian leader's book "The State & Revolution" was banned in Boston as obscene
    $600 13
1st prime minister of Israel, he could be called the father of his country
    $600 6
In 1997, Kurt Russell & Season Hubley will try to "escape" from this city turned prison
    $800 23
A basic math statement whose truth is self-evident & therefore needs no further proof
    $800 29
U. of Colorado's "Alferd Packer Grill" was named after 1st man in U.S. convicted of this crime
    $800 26
In Japanese, it means "a thing for wearing" or "clothes"
    $800 7
Most acclaimed novel of Ivan Turgenev, 1st Russian to be widely read and admired in Europe
    $800 14
Without his lyrics, Dionne Warwick would have only hummed Burt Bacharach's tune
    $800 9
It took a team of 8 writers to adapt a French comic strip into this 41st century ultra-high camp film
    $1000 25
The prime factors of 21
    $1000 27
Named for a city in Scotland, it's a type of overcoat with detachable cape
    $1000 8
Possibly the greatest Russian poet of all time, this author of "Boris Godunov" was part black
    $1000 15
Name shared by a Union general at Gettysburg & an actor who played TV's "Serpico"
    $1000 10
1 of 2 races Rod Taylor meets circa 800,000 A.D. in "The Time Machine"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marvin Robert Francis
$7,200 $6,000 $1,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the only organization to have been awarded 3 Nobel Peace Prizes

Final scores:

Marvin Robert Francis
$12,200 $11,000 $2
4-day champion: $39,203 2nd place: a trip to Jamaica aboard Eastern Airlines + a week's vacation at Sandals resort 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Marvin Robert Francis
$7,400 $6,200 $1,500
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 1985-12-16
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