Show #531 - Monday, December 22, 1986

Frank Hughes game 4.


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David Albrecht, a student from Kansas City

Pam Bearce, a commercial property manager from Kaneohe, Hawaii

Frank Hughes, an account executive from Torrance, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $21,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally one of the fun categories we have used on the program...)
    $100 4
Color of blood cells that transport oxygen
    $100 13
"Go tell Aunt Rhody" that this "is dead"
    $100 18
Hockey's "sin bin"
    $100 19
By law, the country's president & vice president must be of this religion
    $100 1
Film in which you'd hear the line "Open the pod bay door, HAL"
    $100 2
Wyoming's only university
    $200 5
Come to think about it, the hypothalamus is part of this organ
    $200 14
Chorus of the famous sea chantey asks "Give me some time to blow" this
    $200 23
Lightweight champ Benny Leonard made it a point to call her right after every fight
    $200 20
Tho Argentina is the 8th-largest country in the world, ⅓ of its people live in this city's metro area
    $200 3
Hemingway called this European capital "a moveable feast"
    $200 6
Voltaire said it was "neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire"
    $300 10
The largest of human teeth are these
    $300 15
Mexican word which some claim is derived from the folk song "Green Grow The Lilacs"
    $300 24
Hall of Famer who played entire Major League career with N.Y. Yankees except for 9 at bats with '65 Mets
    $300 21
In March 1985, the annual rate for this stood at 850%
    $300 25
In "Klondike Annie" she said, "Between 2 evils, I always pick the one I never tried"
    $300 7
Much larger town located just south of Porcupine, Ontario, Canada
    $400 11
Sometimes left uncovered by manicurists, it's what the lunulae are commonly called
    $400 16
"& there my true love sits him down"
    $400 22
Of the '40s, '50s, '60s & '70s, the decade in which Juan Peron was at no time president
    $400 26
Baum wrote "The road to the City of Emeralds is paved with..." this
    $400 8
Reason men do not tend to marry their widows' sisters
    $500 12
From Latin "to nourish", this canal is main part of digestive system
    DD: $500 17
Though his marriage proved unhappy, Stephen Foster wrote this song about his wife
    $500 9
In 1956, TV's "The Ford Show" was sponsored by Ford Motor Co. & starred this country singer

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

Frank Pam David
-$1,000 $1,100 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Pam David
-$500 $2,200 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Things that happened in the year...)
    $200 13
Country whose rocket landed on the moon 9/14/59 -- ten years before man
    $200 11
The female reproductive organ of a flower, not a Colt .45
    $200 1
TV "Defender", he still defends secrecy of his initials by replying "Everybody's Guess"
    $200 18
From Aesop's fable about a fox, disparaging what you can't have
    $200 8
Ohio city named for Moses, not Grover
    $400 14
The year's campus cramming craze "utilized" these
    $400 17
Leaves of this aquatic plant may be 6 feet across & supposedly can support a small child
    $400 2
Glenn Close cut a fine figure as an attorney in this 1985 thriller
    $400 19
A shoot-em-up shot in Spain by Italians
    DD: $700 4
(Alex: Here comes the music.)

"Have you ever passed the corner of Fourth and Grand /
Where a little ball of rhythm has a shoe shine stand? /
People gather round and they clap their hands /
He's a great big bundle of joy /
He pops the boogie woogie rag..."

City in which you'd find title character of this song

"...Yeah, he charges you a nickel just to shine one shoe /
He makes the oldest kind of leather look like new /
You feel as though you wanna dance when he gets through..."
    $600 12
John Foster Dulles, Errol Flynn, Lou Costello, & just 2 U.S. soldiers in South Vietnam
    $600 23
Though some call yeasts protists, when classed botanically they are considered these
    $600 3
Strangers kept offering him drinks after he convincingly portrayed a lush in "The Lost Weekend"
    $600 20
Sofa-sitting boob-"tubers"
    $600 5
In 1952, rocket scientist Wernher von Braun made this Alabama city his home
    $800 15
Latin American country which started the year with a new government
    $800 24
Most of a plant's dry weight comes from this element, atomic #6
    $800 9
"20 Years Later" Jean-Louis Trintignant is still the "Man", & she is still the "Woman"
    $800 21
Churning for favor
    $800 6
Pennsylvania town well-known for its 1889, 1936 & 1977 floods
    $1000 16
The sponsoring gas assn. had a reference to Nazi gas ovens cut from a TV performance of this play
    $1000 25
Cotton is over 90% of this cell wall material made by plants from glucose
    $1000 10
1950's "The Last Angry Man" was the last film for this Academy Award winner
    $1000 22
A time of youthful inexperience when, to quote Shakespeare, one is "green in judgment"
    $1000 7
Iowa city named for French-Canadian who was 1st settler in the area

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Pam David
$2,500 $2,600 $2,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

These people are only exception to the rule "Must be dead 10 years to be on a U.S. stamp"

Final scores:

Frank Pam David
$2,500 $99 $0
4-day champion: $24,300 2nd place: Lane recliner + Company Store bedding 3rd place: Gusdorf entertainment center

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Frank Pam David
$2,500 $3,100 $3,500
10 R,
6 W
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $9,100

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Game tape date: 1986-10-01
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