Show #501 - Monday, November 10, 1986

1986 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 1.


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Danny Green, a teacher from Las Vegas, Nevada

Lionel Goldbart, a retired schoolteacher from Miami Beach, Florida

Jay Rosenberg, a professor of philosophy from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
James Hilton novel in which Mr. Ralston suggests that Mr. Chipping resign
    $100 23
Christmas song or what Buddy Rich might have been called as a child
    $100 17
In L.A. 60% of 911 calls to the CHP are now coming from people with these in their cars
    $100 3
Frankie Valli's group took this name from a N.J. bowling alley where they played briefly in the lounge
    $100 5
On Saturday, May 2, 1970, Diane Crump became the 1st woman to ride in this race
    $100 8
In ancient Egypt, this was the punishment for one who stole, or killed, even by accident, a cat
    $200 2
Illustrator of Flowers & Fungi, she also wrote children's tales like "Peter Rabbit"
    $200 26
We're never told what this "good boy" did with his thumb or the plum once he pulled them from the pie
    $200 19
Famous route decertified as U.S. highway in 1985; guess you can no longer "get your kicks" there
    $200 4
Formerly backed by the Blue Belles, she now uses her last name for the entire group
    $200 6
"Dangerous When Wet", she was elected to Int'l Swimming Hall of Fame in 1966
    $200 9
Koko the "talking" gorilla named her pet kitten "All Ball", probably because it lacked this feature
    $300 12
H. Rider Haggard used this 3rd person singular pronoun as a title of 1887 novel
    $300 27
Girls are 1st interviewed & then favorites are "kidnapped" to serve as these "Sweethearts of Sigma Chi"
    $300 20
Blue reflectors on city streets indicate 1 of these located nearby
    $300 24
Veronica Bennett, who became Ronnie Spector, was lead singer for this group
    $300 7
Last name of Soviet sisters Irina & Tamara who set 26 world records in field events in the '60s
    $300 10
The Pekingese, Chihuahua, & Tonka's "Pound Puppies" fall under this classification of dogs
    $400 14
What you'll be if you accomplish all the ifs in Rudyard Kipling's "If", my son
    $400 21
The Ft. McHenry Tunnel under this city's harbor was 1 of the most expensive sections of highway ever built
    DD: $5 25
Called "Buffoons of '60s British Rock Invasion", they were led by an ex-milkman named Garrity:
    $400 15
18-year-old Helen W. Moody won a Gold Medal in this in 1924, the last time it was an official Olympic sport
    $400 11
Name of this class of dogs comes from the Latin for "earth"
    $500 18
Dickens novel in which Miss Havisham left everything in her house as it was the day she was jilted
    $500 22
Number shared by Pacific Coast Highway & Boston Post Road
    $500 16
Though a star in many sports, Babe Didrikson made most of her money in this one
    $500 13
The Akita, "natural dog" of this country, is said to have been brought to U.S. by Helen Keller

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Jay Lionel Danny
$400 -$100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Lionel Danny
$1,300 $2,495 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

1986 B.C.
    $200 21
Current title of newspaper feature begun by Robert Leroy Ripley
    $200 16
Though not related, both South Africa's president & foreign minister have this last name
    $200 11
Of $1 million or a date with Joan Collins, choice R.F. Priller made in Canada Dry contest
    $200 22
Little Toot was this type of boat
    $200 4
Not one or the other
    $200 1
Founder of the 12th dynasty, Amenemhet I, was busy reorganizing this country & moving the capital
    $400 24
Front page of the London Times was filled with these for the last time on May 2, 1966
    $400 17
Most predominant in north Africa, it's the largest single religion on the entire continent
    $400 12
Of bacon, bosom, or babushka, word censored from an ad by N.Y. paper The Jewish Week
    $400 23
It contained evil tempers, many cares & more than 150 sorrows
    $400 5
The measure of someting from side to side, as opposed to length
    $400 2
This metal's "age" was all the rage in northern Europe
    $600 25
L.A.'s Times Mirror Co. owns this Long Island daily with largest evening circulation in America
    $600 18
In the late '60s, Biafra tried unsuccessfully to secede from this country
    $600 13
Of the 12, sign of the Zodiac which is usually pictured carrying a weapon
    DD: $1,400 27
Story from which come the replies: "Not I," said the duck; "Not I," said the cat; "Not I," said the dog
    $600 6
For a Catholic after confession, it may consist of 3 Hail Marys & 4 Our Fathers
    $600 3
Some archeologists figure this Biblical "father" was living at the time in Ur
    $800 26
Purchased by Pope Leo XIII in 1890, in the 1930s it was the only Italian paper free of fascist control
    $800 19
The meaning of this country's name is "lion mountains"
    DD: $1,300 14
Of the 27 current network sitcoms, the 2 whose titles end with question marks
    $800 28
By always replying this when asked to work, that's "how the camel got its hump"
    $800 9
A school's teachers or an inherent power or ability
    $800 7
Historian Wm. Langer says the Sumerians were in a period of this, like Italy in 15th cent. A.D.
    $1000 20
The former Joseph D. Mobutu, now Mobutu Sese Seko, is president of this large country
    $1000 15
Of the over 120 characters John Wayne has played, the only one that we know was Mongolian
    $1000 29
This vegetable was so big, it took an old man & woman, a little girl, cat, dog & mouse to pull it up
    $1000 10
In 1971 song title rank of the man Paul McCartney paired with "Uncle Albert"
    $1000 8
Ency. Americana says that topless dresses were the fashion of the day for women on this Minoan isle

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Lionel Danny
$9,400 $5,695 $3,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of 3 performers to win three or more Academy Awards for acting

Final scores:

Jay Lionel Danny
$7,600 $5,000 $0
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jay Lionel Danny
$9,900 $5,700 $3,300
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $18,900

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Game tape date: 1986-10-28
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