Show #503 - Wednesday, November 12, 1986

1986 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.


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Beryl Arbit, a legal assistant from Los Angeles, California

Mark Leinwand, a television business affairs executive from Los Angeles, California

Donald Burgo, a college teacher from St. Louis, Missouri

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
Don't worry! There are only 15 fires & 38 felonies a day along their 237 miles of track
    $100 1
It's said that St. Denis actually walked to a church carrying this after he was decapitated
    $100 21
The New York Times' Anne McCormick was 1st woman to win this for foreign correspondence
    $100 11
Angie's "Police Woman" & a Beatles bandleader share this name & rank
    $100 26
Native country of tennis stars Hana Mandlikova & Martina Navratilova
    $100 16
People of this sex are more likely to have bunions
    $200 7
In Burlesque, it was the usual answer to the tourist's question, "How do I get to Carnegie Hall?"
    $200 2
The apostle Jude was also called this, though he wasn't the 1 who betrayed Christ
    $200 22
The 1st woman to do this from an aircraft was Georgia "Tiny" Broadwick, in 1913 over L.A.'s Griffith Park
    $200 12
In 1968 film, she had a devil of a time having the devil's baby
    $200 17
The toe most likely to sport an ingrown toenail
    $300 8
It's the only borough not connected to Manhattan by a bridge
    $300 4
St. Helena once empress of Rome, reputedly discovered this relic centuries after Christ's crucifixion
    $300 23
Of Princesses Anne, Diana, or Margaret, 1st female in line for the British throne in her own right
    $300 13
While Donovan doesn't use a last name, the girl Jennifer, of whom he sang in '68 had this one
    $300 18
Pappy's mountain likker or the little bump on his toe
    $400 9
The oldest works of art in this newly remodeled museum on 53rd date only to the late 19th c.
    $400 5
The onion-domed cathedral on Moscow's Red Square is named for this saint
    $400 24
Louise Brown, born in England in 1978 was the 1st of these
    DD: $400 14
Here's your "clue": He did it at the hot dog stand with a blunt weapon - a condiment bottle, perhaps
    $400 19
Symbolic of defects or weakness, or description of Gumby's pedal extremities
    $500 10
About 10 times a year, Kodak changes the 18' x 60' color transparency in the lobby of this NYC building
    $500 6
This country's crown bears the name of St. Stephen, who became its 1st crowned king in the year 1000
    $500 25
1st of 7 women to divorce Mickey Rooney, she also divorced Artie Shaw & Frank Sinatra
    $500 15
Barbara Bain showed it wasn't impossible to win an Emmy 3 yrs. in a row in this "Mission: Impossible" role
    $500 20
Podiatry was originally known as this, probably coined from the Greek words for "hand" & "feet"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Donald Mark Beryl
$2,100 -$400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Donald Mark Beryl
$3,500 $0 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
Poor amoebas! They reproduce by doing this
    $200 1
Completes Sir Walter Scott's line "Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first..."
    $200 2
Cuauhtemoc, the last Aztec emperor, was the nephew & son-in-law of this famed ruler
    $200 13
This Rombauer & Becker book claims to be "America's bestselling basic cookbook of all time"
    $200 7
You could tell the name of this school in which "Room 222" was set by the leaves of grass outside
    $200 26
Any standard of judgment or comparison, even if it's not 36 inches long
    $400 20
Vegetable dye that turns red in acid solutions & blue in alkaline solutions
    $400 17
Samuel Butler said "The want of money" is also this
    $400 3
After this king's death, the Hebrew kingdom split into the states of Judah & Israel
    $400 14
Gertrude Stein's companion whose cook book has recipes for "Dublin Coffee James Joyce" & Haschich Fudge"
    $400 8
A DJ on "WKRP", he's now "Head of the Class"
    DD: $200 27
[Audio] The following song was the first & biggest hit for this British band
    $600 21
Distilled from liquid air, this gas is used to produce a bright reddish light
    $600 18
"Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes," he wrote from the pond
    $600 4
After converting this Balkan country to Christianity, Czar Boris I put out his own son's eyes
    $600 15
Cajun chef whose book is "Louisiana Kitchen" & whose Louisiana kitchen is "K-Paul's"
    $600 9
This professor's class graduated August 9, 1986 on Showtime cable
    $600 28
In pubs, it's served in a big glass with a round bottom, so you have to down it without setting it down
    $800 22
To cure Parkinson's, scientists are now trying cell grafts in this part of the body
    $800 19
In his "24 Rules for Learners", he said, "When in doubt, win the trick"
    $800 5
His father had died, so Alfonso XIII became king of this country at birth in 1886
    $800 16
In "Let's Cook It Right", she states "Good food is a symbol of love
    DD: $600 11
Mr. Novak & Miss Brooks taught this subject
    $800 29
These Vietnamese mountain people are called "Yards" for short
    $1000 23
This British physician has been called the "Father of Immunology"
    $1000 24
19th century philosopher & poet who advised "Hitch your wagon to a star"
    $1000 6
Only wife of Henry VIII who had also married his brother Arthur
    $1000 25
His 1941 "Cook It Outdoors" was 1st cookbook ever on outdoor cooking
    $1000 12
Series whose school teachers have included Miss Grant, Miss Sherwood, & Mr. Shorofsky
    $1000 30

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Donald Mark Beryl
$8,100 $1,600 $8,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the other 6 wonders, this one was nearest to the only wonder which still exists, the pyramids

Final scores:

Donald Mark Beryl
$10,100 $1,000 $7,600
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Donald Mark Beryl
$8,100 $2,200 $8,500
19 R,
1 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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Game tape date: 1986-10-28
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