Show #391 - Monday, March 10, 1986

Barbara Lowe game 3.


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Ed Morris, a story analyst from North Hollywood, California

Mark Dimell, a filmmaker from Pasadena, California

Barbara Lowe, a writer and a researcher from Anaheim, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
European spider named after the city of Taranto, Italy
    $100 1
In his 2nd sequel, Mark Twain wrote about him as a detective
    $100 8
The French "gauche" & Latin "sinister" both literally mean this disparaged direction
    $100 6
As Virgil Starkwell, he kept trying to "take the money & run"
    $100 25
Around the world, 100 flashes of it occur each second
    $100 12
In 1978, Olivia Newton-John thought this would "make it right"
    $200 22
Taking up less space in the helicopter, Ger. shepherds have replaced these Alpine rescue dogs
    $200 2
Of James, John, or Jeffrey, Dr. Watson's 1st name
    $200 17
Headache, from Greek "hemikrania" meaning "½ the head"
    $200 7
"Bounty"ful seafarer played by Mel Gibson, Marlon Brando, & Clark Gable
    $200 27
Of the Northern or Southern Hemisphere, area that receives least amount of snow
    $200 13
Jackie DeShannon said, "Think of your fellow man, lend him a helping hand", & do this
    $300 23
Of the male fiddler crab's pair, one is very much larger than the other
    $300 3
Homeland of inscrutable detective Judge Dee
    $300 18
From Latin for "the little book" Romans used to publicize enemies' faults, it's a term for defamation
    $300 9
Gene Tierney played this classic "face in the misty night"
    $300 14
Each Dec. from 1958-62, the Harry Simeone Chorale was in top 30 with this new Christmas standard
    $400 24
Fanned out, they act as an air brake for landing birds
    $400 4
Rex Stout's stout investigator
    $400 19
Nickname for Flynn or Fairbanks that literally means "clashing" your "shield"
    $400 10
In 1961, Paul Newman played Fast Eddie Felson, better known as this
    DD: $800 15
#1 Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams duet which sounded like it couldn't make up its mind
    $500 26
Better known name of the bay lynx
    $500 5
Captain of the houseboat "Busted Flush"
    $500 20
Aimless scribbling, from German for "to play the bagpipe", which they considered an aimless pursuit
    $500 11
Half the time her character in "Ladyhawke" was a lady hawk
    $500 16
According to Burl Ives in 1962, this "got him down & spoiled his act like a clown"

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

Barbara Mark Ed
$100 $1,800 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Mark Ed
$1,500 $1,000 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1920's
    $200 3
On July 1, 1924, U.S. Post Office began this service between N.Y. & San Francisco
    $200 2
Until 1893, this was 50 feet from home plate
    $200 15
Due to concern over separate nation forming on West Coast, this was built to unify the U.S.
    $200 1
When she looked back at Sodom, Lot's wife was turned into this
    $200 19
Some ¾ of the Mississippi soldiers who served in this war were killed
    $200 20
Distilling sour wine to make this began in the Middle Ages
    $400 4
"N.Y. Times" headline 12/7/21 announced this would be "a free state within the British Empire"
    $400 6
A baseball curves because of these on the ball
    $400 16
Famous National Airlines slogan that angered feminists
    DD: $900 12
Biblical personage who received a gift similar to the one described here

"Back to the seasons of my youth / I recall a box of rags that someone gave us / And how my mama put the rags to use / There were rags of many colors, every piece was small"
    $400 23
Though repealed nationally in 1933, it remained the law in Mississippi until 1966
    $400 21
From Dutch meaning "to bite", it's what dieters aren't supposed to have between meals
    $600 5
Sons of millionaires who killed Bobby Franks as a "scientific experiment"
    $600 9
In 1940, this Cleveland Indian great became 1st to pitch a no-hitter on opening day
    $600 17
In early 1970s, this popular form of transportation outsold cars in the U.S.
    $600 13
Lusting after fish, cucumbers, melons, leeks, onions, & garlic, Israelites wanted to return there
    $600 24
Using this kind of glass enhances the aroma of liqueurs like Benedictine & Grand Marnier
    DD: $500 7
Hero of WWI, this field marshall became 1st popularly-elected German president in 1925
    $800 10
The oldest ballparks still in use in both leagues are in this city
    $800 18
Invention of this allowed open-sea navigation in any kind of weather
    $800 14
God told the prophet Hosea to marry a woman who'd previously plied this profession
    $1000 8
Running for President from jail, this socialist lost to Harding, who commuted his sentence
    $1000 11
In 1959, this eastern A.L. team became the last club to sign a black player
    $1000 22
Usually made of skins & 2 poles, this crude vehicle was a real drag for Plains Indians

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Mark Ed
$6,000 $700 $3,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the Teutonic family of languages, the one most widely spoken

Final scores:

Barbara Mark Ed
$5,399 $0 $100
3-day champion: $20,201 3rd place: J.T.'s General Store gift certificate 2nd place: 7 days at the Bahamas Princess Resort and Casino

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Barbara Mark Ed
$5,500 $2,000 $3,300
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
13 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $10,800

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Game tape date: 1985-10-23
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