Show #355 - Friday, January 17, 1986


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Kevin Spitze, from San Jose, California

Rosalie Hill, a bookkeeper from Arroyo Grande, California

Linda Shrum, a mother from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 24
When U.S. horses tie the feedbag on, they most commonly eat this grain
    $100 21
This mental measurement can change during a person's life
    $100 1
TV father who found out every week that "Eight Is Enough"
    $100 3
Comprised of 192 of these, "The Nothing Book" sold over 300,000 copies in 1977
    $100 10
Conductor Zubin Mehta points a foil, not a baton, in this sport
    $100 16
Road Michael Landon travels every Wednesday night
    $200 27
A reddish brown horse is called sorrel or this, but don't roast one on an open fire
    $200 22
Whether sugared, or not, chewing gum can actually reduce these
    $200 2
She really knows the alphabet on "Wheel of Fortune"
    $200 4
This tough interviewer's book, "Close Encounters" takes longer than "60 Minutes" to read
    $200 11
In a 1936 cartoon, Mickey, Goofy, & Donald played this equine sport, just as their boss Walt did
    $200 17
In Catholic teaching, he holds the keys to the kingdom of heaven
    $300 23
The purpose of slapping a newborn baby is to make it do this
    $300 6
Leonard Nimoy traded his pointy ears for one when he portrayed this painter
    $300 5
This book gave the Monterey, Calif. district of its title the nickname "Steinbeck's Street"
    $300 12
Rough & tumble sport that was often played at Kennedy clan gatherings
    $300 18
3 Dog Night sings "Oh, I've never been to heaven, but I've been" there
    DD: $600 25
According to Red Cross, standard first aid for 1st & 2nd degree burns begins with this
    $400 7
The only U.S. president to fit this category
    $400 9
Actress who was referring to her wooden "brother" when she wrote "Knock Wood"
    $400 13
Jose Feliciano enjoys this speedy aquatic sport but rarely drives the boat for others
    $400 19
Houris are black-eyed damsels that are among heavenly rewards of faithful of this religion
    $500 26
To cure a nasal polyp, Cato a Roman doctor, advised smelling this leafy vegetable
    $500 8
His "boy next door" looks helped him star with "girl next door" June Allyson in 6 films
    $500 14
Publishers of the "Places Rated Almanac" that placed Pittsburgh 1st most desirable U.S. city
    $500 15
An avid bowler, he was the "1st Protestant"
    $500 20
Paradise of Greek legend where good souls live in simple joy among flowers & meadows

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Linda Rosalie Kevin
$1,800 $1,400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Rosalie Kevin
$1,600 $2,200 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
New Hampshire is located halfway between the North Pole & this line
    $200 6
German composer who saw, not heard, applause at the premiere of his 9th Symphony
    $200 26
Legal clinic with branches in Montgomery Ward
    $200 1
Francis Coppola not only lost his Zoetrope Studios, but seems to have lost this middle name
    $200 19
Developed in France, this system of weights & measures was adopted there in 1795
    $200 7
In Greek myth, it's the river which is the entrance to the underworld
    $400 17
Towns of Marydel & Delmar straddle these 2 states
    $400 9
He recently conducted a recording of his "West Side Story" with opera singers
    $400 27
A 1984 Supreme Court ruling sided with Sony, letting you use these in your home without fear of arrest
    $400 2
Though they died in 1957 & '64, Bogart & Alan Ladd co-starred in this '82 Steve Martin film
    $400 20
In 1793, during the revolution, this state religion was all but banned
    $400 8
Guard dog of Hades who kept his eye on you, all 6 of them, in fact
    $600 18
City named for Capt. Henry Shreve, who broke Fulton's steamboat monopoly, is in this state
    $600 13
For "The Threepenny Opera", Bertolt Brecht wrote the words and he wrote the music
    $600 3
Newspaper depicted in "All the President's Men"
    $600 23
Since decapitation had been an aristocratic privilege, this was adopted as democratic
    $600 10
Fiery title of James Whitmore's one-man stage show about Truman
    $800 21
When Alaska & Hawaii were added to the Union, a spot in South Dakota became this
    $800 14
Composer of "Water Music" he's called "English" although German by birth
    DD: $800 4
2 recent Woody Allen films with "Rose" in the title
    $800 24
Marie Antoinette's husband, he preferred working as a blacksmith over his royal duties
    DD: $800 11
Composer of following, his orig. version proved to be his only hot hit:

[Eerie instrumental music plays]
    $1000 22
Only city to span entire width of a state is Weirton, in 1 of this state's 2 panhandles
    $1000 15
In 1774, he became court composer to Emperor Joseph II of Austria
    $1000 5
Audiences greeted these American Greetings characters by making their film a hit
    $1000 25
France simultaneously fought the 7 Years War in Europe & this war in North America
    $1000 12
Olsen & Johnson's 1938 attempt to revive vaudeville

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Rosalie Kevin
$4,800 $8,000 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Nichols & May; Peter, Paul & Mary; and Simon & Garfunkel all reunited at a 1972 benefit for this Democrat

Final scores:

Linda Rosalie Kevin
$9,600 $9,750 $5,995
2nd place: La-Z-Boy sleep sofa & crystal lamps New champion: $9,750 3rd place: Glassfyre brass fire screen & fire set

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Linda Rosalie Kevin
$5,600 $8,000 $2,800
22 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
0 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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Game tape date: 1985-09-10
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