Show #461 - Monday, September 15, 1986

Roger Storm game 2.


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Thomas Bernhard, a technical writer from Fremont, California

Kay Guesdon, a housewife from Sherman Oaks, California

Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
Though party traces its origins to Jefferson, Andrew Jackson was 1st president to be called this
    $100 14
In one version, Hendrik was the name of the boy who kept his finger there
    $100 5
In "Tales of a Wayside Inn", Longfellow compares brief encounters to "ships that" do this
    $100 25
In '70s song titles this word preceded "Down", "Wonderland", & "Oogie, Oogie"
    $100 8
Soviet equivalent of these are "New Year's trees"
    $100 1
While the Flintstones named their daughter Pebbles, the Rubbles named their boy this
    $200 15
Founders of this minor 1870s party would be pleased to learn our dollar is no longer backed by gold
    $200 16
Peter Pan's basic credo was his refusal to do this
    $200 10
In 1830, an Oliver Wendell Holmes poem prevented scrapping of this ship, now a Boston shrine
    $200 26
Drum-pounding Prince protege, her "E." stands for Escovedo
    $200 9
Italian variation of Chinese won ton
    $200 2
In title of Ian Fleming book, words which follow "Chitty, Chitty,"
    $300 17
In '68, this group's "non-leader" Abbie Hoffman said it's "A party -- not a political movement"
    $300 19
Among the confectionary workers at his factory are the Oompa-Loompas
    DD: $500 22
Ship referred to in the title of this song:
    $300 27
He said he changed his name because "Stuart & the Ants" didn't sound right
    $300 11
A British corporation isn't "Inc.", but this
    $300 4
In the Playmates' 1958 hit, it's the sound the Little Nash Rambler made
    $400 18
Abraham Lincoln served in Congress as a member of this party
    $400 20
He's Dr. Dolittle's mythical 2-headed llama-like creature
    $400 23
1st steamship to cross Atlantic & 1st nuc. powered merchant ship both bore name of this Georgia city
    $400 12
A silver eagle is insignia for both a Navy captain & this equivalent Army rank
    $400 6
According to Guinness Book of College Records, it's the college song most often sung in movies
    $500 21
He said, "I've run away from a little old woman, a little old man & I can run away from you, I can"
    $500 24
In early 1986, this, the British royal yacht, was used to evacuate foreigners from South Yemen
    $500 13
This country's equivalent of our House of Representatives is the Dail
    $500 7
From Singhalese word for "weakness", it's disease caused by lack of B vitamins

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

Roger Kay Tom
$900 $400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Kay Tom
$2,100 $2,300 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

"KING"s & "QUEEN"s
    $200 1
Scorning astrology, Cassius says, "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in" these
    $200 24
In 1960, Brazil's capital was moved from this city to Brasilia
    $200 2
With no VCRs in 1951, most 8 P.M. Tuesday viewers chose his variety series over Frank Sinatra's
    $200 20
In 1941 this company began sponsoring its "Cavalcade of Sports", which provided a sharp move
    $200 7
He's made the Moral Majority a subsidiary of the new group he's founded, Liberty Federation
    $200 12
King who's been called the "Queen of Tennis"
    $400 17
The Earl of Essex used a performance of "Richard II" to incite a revolt during this monarch's reign
    $400 3
Billie Jo, Bobbie Jo, Betty Jo and Uncle Joe "slipped" into sitcom success in this CBS series
    $400 21
They didn't get to be the world's best-selling beer by just horsing around
    $400 8
Term for sacred pictures used in the Eastern Orthodox churches
    $400 13
He sat in the House of Lords after developing modern rules of boxing
    $600 18
This title character calls life "A tale told by an idiot, full of sound & fury, signifying nothing"
    DD: $1,000 4
When his series was cancelled, Rex Randolph moved from Bourbon St. to this Hollywood address
    $600 22
America's 2nd-biggest selling brand of bandages, made by Colgate-Palmolive
    $600 9
The Canadian Armed Forces allow soldiers who belong to this Indian religion to wear their turbans
    $600 14
In 1948, at age 19, he was ordained a Baptist minister
    $800 19
"Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety," Shakespeare wrote of her
    $800 5
A plastic TV screen overlay let young viewers draw rescue devices for this cartoon hero
    $800 23
From Hebrew for "faith", this Iowa company founded by German settlers makes refrigerators
    $800 10
He told Newport, R.I. Jews, U.S. govt. "Gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance"
    $800 15
Frederic Dannay & Manfred B. Lee
    DD: $1,000 25
1 of 2 former capitals of Pakistan
    $1000 6
Bishop Sheen won an Emmy in 1953 for his series on this fourth network
    $1000 26
With plants in Everett, Renton, & Seattle, it's Washington state's biggest private employer
    $1000 11
Single Arabic word for Muhammad's flight from Mecca to Medina in 622, which began Muslim era
    $1000 16
He served as prime minister of Canada longer than anyone else

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Kay Tom
$7,500 $3,900 $200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

According to Guinness Book of Records, the heaviest fruit or vegetable ever grown is 1 of these

Final scores:

Roger Kay Tom
$7,801 $2,900 $100
2-day champion: $11,600 2nd place: Lane Action recliner & Stiffel table lamps 3rd place: KitchenAid portable dishwasher

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roger Kay Tom
$7,100 $3,700 $1,200
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,000

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Game tape date: 1986-08-06
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