Show #394 - Thursday, March 13, 1986


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Clint Swett, a newspaper copy editor from Sacramento, California

Davina Rubin, a teacher originally from New York City

Jean Youngerman, an analytical chemist from San Diego, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
In September, he canon!zed 103 19th-century martyrs in a ceremony in Seoul, South Korea
    $100 24
From 1935-49, no worker ever paid more than $30 per year for this tax
    $100 6
Dose who tawk like dis all de time prob'ly come from dis boro of New Yawk City
    $100 3
In 1961 Bobby Darin wanted to go "up" this kind of river
    $100 14
This service academy's 1st superintendent was Franklin Buchanan, later the Confederate navy's 1st admiral
    $100 1
American breed named for a Pilgrim "parking place"
    $200 5
Coming to Olympics despite Soviet boycott, their athletes won 20 gold medals, 2nd only to U.S.
    $200 7
The capitals are of Roman origin, but the small ones were designed by Alcuin in the 8th century
    $200 22
The middle of the river was where he & Little White Dove finally met
    $200 15
WWII pilot famous for shooting planes down has this Chicago airport named for him
    $200 2
Most chickens today are hatched in these machines
    $300 11
Liz & Liza both went through this Rancho Mirage rehab clinic in 1984
    $300 23
In 1985, the IRS sent out about 70 million of these
    $300 16
Portuguese, Romansh, French, Italian, & Spanish all belong to this "love"ly language group
    DD: $400 25
In England many say this Phil Spector song written for T. Turner is greatest pop record ever: "When I was a little girl, I had a rag doll / It was the only doll that I've ever owned..."
    $300 17
In 1947, Milt Caniff created this comic strip about an Air Force officer
    $300 8
Of 7, 23, or 69 billion, approximate # of eggs laid in U.S. each year
    $400 12
He explained "It's hard to write a song where your main objective is to use the word Ghostbusters"
    $400 19
At medieval European universities all classes were conducted in this language
    $400 26
It's where "I ain't gonna study war no more"
    $400 18
British/American flight instructor in WWI, but best known for wife Irene & introducing turkey trot
    $400 9
Religion where a hen & rooster traditionally preceded bridal couple, who could then make chicken soup
    $500 13
A popular TV commercial for this featured a dog named Alex-mostly offscreen
    $500 20
The science of language, including phonology, morphology, syntax & semantics
    $500 21
Air Force officer & astronaut who became president of Eastern Airlines in 1975
    $500 10
Chickens were probably 1st domesticated on this continent

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

Jean Davina Clint
$800 $600 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jean Davina Clint
$800 $1,400 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Our flag bore this number of stars only in 1959
    $200 26
His favorite title, he refers to himself as "Son of man" more than 60 times
    $200 16
The skin layer below the epidermis
    $200 11
Though Carl Reiner played Rob in the pilot, he settled for playing Alan Brady in this series
    $200 12
In voting for a national anthem for this country, "Waltzing Matilda" lost out
    $200 1
Both his auto-biography & syndicated radio show are called "Rock, Roll & Remember"
    $400 3
The Indians called this "Long Knife"
"Long Hair"
    $400 17
Tegrin's ads promised relief from "the heartbreak of " this skin disease
    $400 22
Spinoff from "Barney Miller" named for the "salty" character played by Abe Vigoda
    $400 13
It's believed Mozart wrote music of this country's national anthem
    $400 5
As a child during WWII, this singer played in over 500 shows for British troops
    $600 4
Plattsburg, Mo. statue honoring 19th c. senator David Atchison indicates he held this office for 1 day
    $600 19
Most apparent permanent effect of the amount of melanin in the skin
    $600 23
The 1st sitcom filmed so that it could be rerun
    DD: $400 14
Name of national anthem besides "Star Spangled Banner" most often played at U.S. sporting events
    $600 6
Revolutionary War hero George Rogers Clark was this explorer's older brother
    $800 9
1st Blacks were brought to America not as slaves, but these
    $800 20
Common name for the horny plates on dorsal surface of fingers & toes
    $800 24
She was "enterprising, socializing, everything but compromising"
    $800 15
This country's anthem begins, "Unbreakable union of freeborn republics"
    $800 7
He led WWII Allied invasion of Italy, & was last U.N. commander during Korean War
    $1000 10
Though this group disappeared from the scene in 1870s, a new version surfaced some 40 years later
    DD: $400 21
From Greek for equal, an isograft is a skin graft where donor & recipient are these
    $1000 25
After her dad was in the 1959 film "Operation Petticoat", she was in the 1977 series
    $1000 18
1st 5 words of final stanza of the Star Spangled Banner
    $1000 8
Though he served for only 9 months in 1979-80, he was Canada's youngest P.M. ever

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jean Davina Clint
$4,600 $2,800 $2,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Established in 1911, this yearly event has largest single day attendance in sports

Final scores:

Jean Davina Clint
$3,550 $2,099 $4,600
2nd place: trip on Air Cal to San Francisco & stay at Holiday Lodge 3rd place: Unknown New champion: $4,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jean Davina Clint
$4,800 $3,200 $2,700
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $10,700

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Game tape date: 1985-10-23
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