Show #484 - Thursday, October 16, 1986

Dave Traini game 5.


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Brian Barrett, a carpenter from Venice, California

Elizabeth Charland, a water engineer originally from Mount Vernon, Indiana

Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey (whose 4-day cash winnings total $44,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

'60s SONGS
(Alex: That last category means exactly that, that when you respond you must point to something physically.)
    $100 13
To get this 3-toed animal to move faster, you might say, "Ai, wish you'd shake a leg!"
    $100 4
After playing for Queen Victoria, his Wild West Show's billing read "From prairie to palace"
    $100 2
Country that is home to Royal Copenhagen Porcelain
    $100 12
14-week streak of #1 Beatles hits on the 1964 charts was broken when Satchmo sang this show tune
    $100 1
In track & field, a runner finishes the race when this part of the body crosses the finish line
    $200 14
Snow geese are found naturally only on this continent
    $200 8
After inventing it, he arranged to have his revolver produced in Eli Whitney's factory
    $200 3
Of trains, buses, or taxicabs, the one you can't ride in Iceland because they haven't any
    $200 18
Singer-composer who wore wire-rimmed glasses & played the autoharp for the Lovin' Spoonful
    $200 22
"Stump the Stars" charade symbol for "That's exactly right"
    $300 15
Among swine, it's boar, sow & pig, while among the ursids, it's boar, sow & this
    $300 9
He was born Henry McCarty in NYC; it's not known for sure where he got the name William H. Bonney
    $300 5
This country's ads invite you to "Come stay with friends"
    $300 19
Bowie & Jagger do it today, but in 1964 this gal & her group were "Dancing In The Streets"
    $300 25
It's where a Civil War soldier would have worn his kepi
    $400 24
Now kept on 3rd Monday in Feb., Washington's Birthday traditionally was celebrated on this date
    $400 16
Named for the sound it makes, the dik-dik is the smallest member of this group in the bovid family
    $400 10
World's largest cattle market was in this Kan. town where Wyatt Earp & Bat Masterson were marshalls
    $400 6
In Vatican City, the big toe of St. Peter's statue has worn away from tourists touching & doing this to it
    $400 20
The three "words" Manfred Mann sang right after "Do wah diddy diddy"
    $400 26
Gesture of the 3rd & last wise monkey in carving over the door of the sacred stable in Nikko, Japan
    $500 23
Holiday observed in the U.S.S.R. on November 7
    $500 17
Moving at speeds of 175-180 mph, this "wandering" falcon is the fastest animal on earth
    $500 11
Exactly 187 defenders were killed there March 6, 1836
    DD: $500 7
Country where 1000s of tourists flock each year to a desolate region to look at the following:
    $500 21
Their "96 Tears" punctuated the charts in 1966

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

Dave Elizabeth Brian
$1,000 $100 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Elizabeth Brian
$3,600 $500 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: This is not a typographical error.)
    $200 22
He penned a campaign biography for Franklin Pierce and pinned "The Scarlet Letter" on Hester Prynne
    $200 18
Few of this country's people are Buddhists, though Buddha spent most of his life there
    $200 13
The E in EPA
    $200 12
"The Big Apple does not grow in the Garden of Eden", this mayor explained
    $200 6
Founder of Russian science, Mikhail Vasilievich Lomonosov, has a crater named for him there
    $200 1
In "Fail Safe", it was the city "offed" as a tradeoff for Moscow
    $400 28
His experiences as a bombardier in WWII were the basis of the novel "Catch-22"
    $400 19
Currently the only Muslim spiritual leader to head a country
    $400 14
Mysterious & puzzling, like the Mona Lisa's smile
    $400 7
"Those who labor in the Earth are the chosen people of God," said this President from Virginia
    $400 8
He was the first modern astronomer to chart the Southern Hemisphere, but didn't see one comet there
    $400 2
Child's game which convinced computer in "War Games" of the futility of nuclear war
    $600 23
"Little Women" is set during this war
    $600 20
Both Martin Luther King Sr. & Jr. were pastors of this Atlanta church
    $600 15
Tradition says that King Solomon wrote this book of the Old Testament containing essays on life
    $600 9
Upon joining the Monastery, this botanist took on the name Gregor & later took up growing peas
    $600 3
An amanita, or the cloudy shape of things to come
    DD: $2,000 24
Among his pen names were Jonathan Oldstyle, Gentleman & Diedrich Knickerbocker
    $800 16
To bubble, hiss or foam as gas escapes, or what game show contestants are encouraged to do
    DD: $1,000 27
Famous quote to which Carl Schurz added, "When right, to be kept right; when wrong, to be put right"
    $800 11
In 1895, Marie Sklodowska married this French chemist
    $800 4
Actor in "Dr. Strangelove" who dropped in on the Soviet Union astride a bomb
    $1000 25
Author of "A Heap o' Livin'", listed in Avenel's companion to American Literature as "Famous Bad Poet"
    $1000 21
President Polk's middle name indicates he was a descendant of this Scottish religious reformer
    $1000 17
Adjective that means an inferior & artificial substitute
    $1000 26
Asked what the Constitutional Convention had given us, he said, "A republic, if you can keep it"
    $1000 10
From cowpox germs, he developed the smallpox vaccine
    $1000 5
Official nickname for the MX, it sounds like an example of Orwellian Newspeak

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Elizabeth Brian
$7,600 $5,100 $500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 stars who have portrayed author/reporter Carl Bernstein or a character directly based on him in film

Final scores:

Dave Elizabeth Brian
$10,500 $0 $5
5-day champion: $54,502 3rd place: Frigidaire laundry center 2nd place: a trip to Florida via Eastern Airlines

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dave Elizabeth Brian
$7,900 $5,100 $2,500
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
4 W
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,500

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Game tape date: 1986-08-20
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