Show #483 - Wednesday, October 15, 1986

Dave Traini game 4.


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JoAnn Lum, an engineering writer from Carlsbad, California

Tom Grexa, an assistant dean of admissions from Charlottesville, Virginia

Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey (whose 3-day cash winnings total $32,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
Richmond, Virginia's Old Stone House contains this author's museum & a carved wooden raven
    $100 2
In 1965 title, it's what the Supremes pleaded "In the Name of Love"
    $100 16
1909 was last year this type of penny was minted
    $100 1
Among the water stops along route of this city's 1st marathon was Frederick's of Hollywood
    $100 18
Reason you should run when a spotted skunk does a handstand
    $200 12
Knott's Berry Farm's Mott Museum features this Da Vinci masterpiece painted on the head of a pin
    $200 8
In his only million-selling single, Ray Charles lamented "I Can't Stop" doing this
    $200 17
1 of 5 countries besides India whose currency is the rupee
    $200 3
At over 70 million bushels in 1985, it's the #1 apple grown in the U.S., yum yum
    $200 19
It's said you can hear lions do this from 10 miles away
    $300 13
This Ozark state's Jesse James Bank Museum claims to be the site of the 1st U.S. bank robbery
    $300 9
According to Connie Francis, it "told a tale on you"
    DD: $300 23
U.S. coin mentioned in this song:

"They say the neon lights are bright / On Broadway / They say there's always magic in the air..."
    $300 4
From its title, what the '86 concert hosted by Williams, Goldberg, & Crystal offered the homeless
    $300 28
Anatomical name for people slowing to look at a wreck on the side of the road
    $300 20
Gray & brown in the summer, a ptarmigan's plumage changes to this color in the winter
    $400 14
This designer's fashions were displayed in the Louvre - maybe because he named his perfume "Paris"
    $400 10
On the "Eve of Destruction", "You're old enough to kill, but not" to do this
    $400 24
The British called this now-obsolete coin a "bob"
    $400 5
The Supreme Court upheld the Air Force ban on wearing this Jewish clothing accessory with dress uniforms
    $400 27
In a 1960 hit, Bobby Vee said, "Like a rubber ball, I'll" do this
    $400 21
A full-blooded beefalo is 1/4 Hereford, 3/8 Charolais, & 3/8 this
    $500 15
Visitors are surprised to see a museum of the American Confederacy on this island 586 miles off N.C.
    $500 11
In 1958, Bobby Freeman asked, "Do you, do you, do you, do you want to" do this
    $500 25
99% of paper currency now in circulation in the U.S. was issued by this body
    $500 6
The NYC Ballet derives 1/4 of its annual ticket income from the holiday ballet
    $500 26
Ohio city called "the rubber capital of the world"
    $500 22
At this U.S. city's zoo you can visit Beaver Valley & giant pandas

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Dave Tom JoAnn
$900 $200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Tom JoAnn
$1,800 $1,600 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That word will appear in all of the responses.)
(Alex: These are men and women with the same last name but they are not otherwise related. Some of the couples we come up with will be rather humorous. At least, that is our hope.)
    $200 16
Main European powers entered the war in this month; Barbara Tuchman wrote of its "Guns"
    $200 21
A natural barrier reef is made up of rock or this
    $200 11
Statement that might draw response "I'll have a scotch & water"
    $200 1
Signed by MGM after appearing nude in the censored film "Ecstasy", Hedy Keisler was given this name
    $200 4
He played Wild Bill Hickock, she was 4th President's First Lady
    $400 17
At age 31, this poet famed for "Trees" was killed in the war
    $400 22
The smallest lithostratigraphic division; make your own & you'll have to lie in it
    $400 12
Type of epistle that could begin "I'll get you, you contemptible piece of slime"
    $400 2
N.Y. once banned this studio's "The Vanishing Prairie" because it showed the birth of a buffalo calf
    $400 6
An abolitionist & a "Cosmopolitan"
    $600 18
Though used much earlier, this term for U.S. infantryman was popularized in WWI
    $600 23
From Spanish for "chain", "cordillera" has this geological meaning
    $600 13
The Geneva protocol of 1925, restricting the use of this, was not ratified until the U.S. until 1974
    $600 3
Rourke/Basinger film shackled when a bondage scene was snipped from its U.S. version
    $600 7
She took off her clothes; he got to keep his sword at Appomattox Courthouse
    $800 19
American radio journalist & traveler who brought Lawrence of Arabia to world attention
    $800 24
Members of the largest organization of geologists in the U.S. work in this industry
    DD: $1,000 14
The krait, the boomslang, & the taipan
    $800 5
In 1956, Cardinal Spellman warned Catholics to avoid this Elia Kazan film under "pain of sin"
    $800 27
To recreate Balboa's sighting of the Pacific, you'd have to stand in this country
    DD: $900 8
She was Billie Dawn in "Born Yesterday"; he lived to see dawn at the O.K. Corral
    $1000 20
Charles Stanton said this on behalf of Gen. Pershing & the U.S. forces in Paris, July 4, 1917
    $1000 25
Name of the theory that the Earth's surface is made of thin, rigid units which move over the material below
    $1000 15
Rootie Kazootie's arch-enemy
    $1000 10
Its Production Code banned "profane" terms like "hot", "lousy", "cripes", & "hold your hat"
    $1000 26
Captain of the "Endeavour", he was 1st voyager to stop scurvy with cleanliness & careful diet
    $1000 9
A star of "Fame" & "Footloose" & a Nobel Prize winning Yiddish author

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Tom JoAnn
$8,600 $6,000 $2,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Most recent year which reads numerically the same backward & forward

Final scores:

Dave Tom JoAnn
$12,001 $1,000 $5,300
4-day champion: $44,002 3rd place: WhiteWestinghouse refrigerator/freezer 2nd place: Dresher brass bed & Sealy Posturepedic mattress

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Tom JoAnn
$8,400 $6,000 $3,700
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,100

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Game tape date: 1986-08-20
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