Show #427 - Tuesday, April 29, 1986


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Cliff Miles Katskee, an actor from Chicago, Illinois

Richard Schwartz, an astrophysicist from La Cañada, California

Frank Sanello, a journalist originally from Joliet, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
Casks of this, seized from the British by New Hampshirites in 1774, were used against British at Bunker Hill
    $100 10
Known for minerals as well as potatoes, it's nicknamed the Gem State
    $100 16
5 cents would get you into these early movie theaters
    $100 3
The Muppets' Ernie hit the Top 40 in 1970 with this bathtub ballad
    $100 1
As Roosevelt was called Teddy, & motion pictures called movies, the new wheat flakes were named this
    $100 21
In "Gentle Ben" Dennis Weaver played a game warden in this Florida swamp
    $200 12
Reason national attention turns to New Hampshire in early March, but only every 4 years
    $200 25
The Mogok area of Burma produces the world's finest specimens of these red stones
    $200 17
The people most closely related to the deceased
    $200 7
He hit the Top 10 on both pop & hospital charts singing the theme from "Dr. Kildare"
    $200 2
An Australian named this shoe polish, 1st sold in 1906, in honor of his wife, a New Zealander
    $200 23
Star of "Maude" who was pawed by the "Swamp Thing" in the 1982 film
    $300 13
In 1800, the Navy's first shipbuilding yard was established in this N.H. port
    $300 26
The word gem comes from Latin "gemma", meaning this stage of a flower
    $300 18
Title description of Marietta in film which featured the number "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp"
    $300 8
The Springfields used "Silver Threads" & these to sew up a hit in 1962
    $300 4
1st brand of instant coffee, its name combines the manufacturer's & French for coffee
    DD: $1,200 24
Singer of the following 1971 song set in a swamp:

"Yeah, here comes Amos / Now Amos Moses was a Cajun / He lived by himself..."
    $400 14
Though he wasn't our only president named Franklin, he was our only president from New Hampshire
    $400 27
Opal & turquoise are found mostly in parts of world where there is little of this
    $400 19
To take a sip or clip off the tip
    $400 9
They like to spend "Nights In White Satin"
    $400 5
White soap which got its name when Harvey Procter heard this word from a Psalm quoted in a sermon
    $400 29
Beetle Bailey is stationed there
    $500 15
Of the Ivy League colleges, the 1 in New Hampshire
    $500 28
Often weighing thousands of carats, this birthstone for November is valued by quality, not size
    $500 20
The profession of Cherry Ames
    $500 22
For Al Stewart, not the Chinese, 1977 was "The Year Of" this
    $500 6
Japanese for "three-diamond", this company's name can be seen in its symbol
    $500 30
The 3 residents of "The Swamp" in the final season of "M·A·S·H"

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

Frank Richard Cliff
$100 $900 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Richard Cliff
$400 $3,100 $4,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
The principal muscle used in breathing
    $200 21
The Choctaw, Cherokee, Creek, & Chickasaw tribes were all moved from the S.E. to what is now this state
    $200 2
Nobody wanted to be caught dead there, so area between forward & rear trenches was called this
    $200 8
On a weather map of the Sahara, an "S" would stand for this in the air
    $200 3
Conducting only from memory, Eugene Ormandy led this city's orchestra from 1938-80
    $200 13
In 1200, troops of this country used skis at the Battle of Oslo
    $400 18
The top vertebra, which holds up the head, is named after this mythological Greek known for hold-ups
    $400 22
"A majority of the Creek & Cherokee tribes backed this side in the Revolutionary War
    $400 1
When this country declared war on Germany in April 1917, it didn't have a single combat aircraft
    $400 9
Weather phenomenon in title of song used for presidential entrances
    $400 4
E.M. Forester used the title of a Walt Whitman poem for this 1924 novel
    $400 14
The name's the same for both of these championships, sought by soccer teams & Alpine skiers
    $600 19
Of more, less or about the same as on sea level, amount of blood people living in high altitudes have
    $600 23
In its heyday this tribe sent out up to 75 medicine show companies, probably pushing their "Joy Juice"
    $600 7
After World War I, this empire was divided among 7 nations
    $600 10
High velocity winds occurring 4.7-7.5 miles above ground, not well known till WWII pilots flew thru them
    DD: $900 5
Architectural anomaly in common to the Pompidou Center in Paris & Beverly Center in Los Angeles
    $600 25
At Venice, a gondola is a boat; at Vail, it's this
    $800 20
The smallest human muscle is located here, along with the tiniest bones
    $800 24
Giving almost all their land to the gov't in 1854, they got a Nebraska city named for them "insuring" fame
    $800 15
In 1915, Germany 1st employed this now illegal weapon at the 2nd Battle of Ypres
    $800 11
Gray rain cloud extending over entire sky, named from Latin for "cloud"
    $800 6
Among the 9 paintings stolen in October 1985 "theft of the century" was his "Impression: Sunrise"
    $800 26
According to the title, Robert Redford was one in 1969
    $1000 27
An offshoot of the Shoshoni, this tribe was said to be more at home on a horse than on the ground
    DD: $1,100 16
The other person assassinated along with Archduke Ferdinand
    $1000 12
Usually starting off coast of Peru, this "childish" condition may bring years of climatic change

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Richard Cliff
-$2,500 $4,900 $11,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Capital of this English-speaking country is southernmost national capital in the world

Final scores:

Frank Richard Cliff
-$2,500 $9,800 $10,000
3rd place: Berkline Wall Away recliner 2nd place: trip on Delta to New York & stay at Milford Plaza Hotel New champion: $10,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Frank Richard Cliff
-$1,600 $4,900 $10,000
6 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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Game tape date: 1985-12-03
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