Show #460 - Friday, September 12, 1986

Roger Storm game 1.


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Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio

Wade Ballard, an attorney from Greenville, South Carolina

Fern Cogar, a registered nurse from Pasadena, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Florida tribe which was famous for sheltering runaway slaves
    $100 26
Type of house that has one living level about half a floor above the other
    $100 1
Black minstrel song writer James Bland wanted to be carried back to there
    $100 8
For an average golfer, it can achieve an initial speed of about 140 MPH
    $100 3
Stone which vibrates at high speeds enabling your electronic watch to work
    $100 17
U.S. coin worth "two bits"
    $200 14
Only East Coast Indians originally used this word for money made of shells
    $200 27
A noun for an area of substandard housing, it's also become a verb meaning to visit such an area
    $200 2
In 1960, Ray Charles said this state was "on my mind", so he later spent "a rainy night" there
    $200 9
The PGA Tour's mobile fitness center has a lounge with a full line of vitamins & this "19th hole"
    $200 4
It's divided into Paleolithic, Mesolithic & Neolithic
    $200 18
Annette Dionne, Emilie Dionne, Yvonne Dionne, Marie Dionne & Cecile Dionne, for example
    $300 15
1st college on an Indian reservation is this tribe's community college in Arizona
    $300 28
Of single family, duplexes, or multiple unit dwellings, what 61.8% of U.S. households occupy
    $300 10
Fats Domino frequently found himself "Walking to" this city
    $300 23
He won his 1st Masters at 23 & 23 years later won his 6th
    $300 5
These renal calculi may form due to high mineral concentration in the urine
    $300 19
The hunter's prey, or where gravel comes from
    $400 16
In 1661, the 1st of these printed in America was published in the language of the Massachusett tribe
    $400 29
From its initials comes this affectionate nickname for the Federal National Mortgage Assn.
    DD: $400 11
The 2 states mentioned in "Oh, Susanna!"
    $400 24
At the 18th green, reporters may not disturb a player until he has done this
    $400 6
The equivalent in pounds of the British stone
    $400 20
From "quasi-stellar object", a heavenly body that looks like a star but isn't
    $500 22
Wahunsonacock, Pocahontas' father, is better known by this name, which was really name of his tribe
    $500 30
The Department of Housing & Urban Development was created under this president's administration
    $500 12
Larry Gatlin song about a Texas city that "means I'm 1 day closer to you"
    $500 25
1 of 13 original members of World Golf Hall of Fame, he's won his native South African Open 13 times
    $500 7
Looking at these 3 ugly sisters got the ancient Greeks stoned
    $500 21
In the Senate, it's 51

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

Fern Wade Roger
-$200 $500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Fern Wade Roger
$900 $1,700 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
Type of coffee, or a flavoring combining coffee & chocolate, both named for a port in Yemen
    $200 15
Among this city's gates are Zion, Herod's, Damascus & Jaffa
    $200 2
Hungary, Romania & Bulgaria originally supported this side
    $200 8
The word "ballet" comes from the Italian "ballare", meaning to do this
    $200 24
Insolvent companies can file for reorganization under this chapter of U.S. Bankruptcy Code
    $200 1
The 1st James Bond movie, considered by many as one of the best
    $400 20
A term for putting political expedience above morality comes from this author of "The Prince"
    $400 16
Among the relics in this Paris landmark is 1 of the holy nails
    $400 3
Of our declaring war on Germany & Italy or their declaring war on us, the event that occurred 1st
    $400 13
Called "America's 1st Dancer", John Durang sometimes actually danced on these shelled objects
    $400 25
Facing some 16,500 lawsuits over effects of this substance, Johns-Manville filed for bankruptcy
    $400 4
The title for this Dan Aykroyd film sounds like a Motown M.D.
    $600 21
Saying "another such victory & we are undone", Greek king Pyrrhus gave us this 2-word term
    $600 17
NYC landmark guarded by stony representations of patience and fortitude
    $600 9
As early as 1932, Japan occupied this part of northern China
    $600 14
Balanchine's "Liebeslieder Walzer" uses 8 dancers, 4 singers & 4 hands on this musical instrument
    $600 26
Congressional hearings on failure rate of these included testimony by Jessica Lange
    $600 5
For 9 years L. Barrymore starred as the gruff Dr. Gillespie, starting with this film in 1938
    $800 22
Raisins known as "currants" were originally produced in the region of this ancient Greek city
    $800 18
From the Zocalo, this city's main square, you can see Indian ruins, the Natl. Palace & the official pawnshop
    DD: $800 10
[audio clue - music]
Too old to be drafted, this bandleader enlisted & lost his life in the war effort
    $800 6
1st in a series of Dirk Bogarde movies, it's part of question asked
    $1000 23
"Flimsy" or "of low quality", it 1st described cloth from Silesia in central Europe
    DD: $1,000 19
In 1935, Eleanor Roosevelt urged the addition of a 5th figure to it, representing "American Womanhood"
    $1000 11
White-clad soldiers on skis tried to fend off 1939 Soviet invasion of this country
    $1000 7
Film biography of the man who conquered syphilis, starring Edward G. Robinson without a gun

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Fern Wade Roger
$5,300 $5,300 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Barring the unforeseen, the last presidential election of the 20th century will be held in this year

Final scores:

Fern Wade Roger
$100 $0 $3,799
2nd place: Tappan Electric Range & Le Creuset cookware 3rd place: Stylette Plastics Dining Set New champion: $3,799

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Fern Wade Roger
$5,300 $5,300 $8,400
13 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
25 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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Game tape date: 1986-08-05
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