Show #392 - Tuesday, March 11, 1986

Barbara Lowe game 4.


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David Shane, an attorney from Westlake Village, California

Lynne Harden, an actress from Los Angeles, California

Barbara Lowe, a writer and a researcher from Anaheim, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $20,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
Masculine names "Mark", "Mario", & "Martin" all derive from this Roman god of war
    $100 1
A D.M.D. is equivalent to this dental degree
    $100 21
Composer of "My Old Kentucky Home" who was born & is buried in Pittsburgh
    $100 20
If this fairy tale were written today, the pumpkin might be turned into a Porsche
    $100 15
Show that opened with the announcer asking "#1, what is your name please?"
    $100 11
Promising "I'll see you in my dreams", The Weavers sang "Good-night" to her
    $200 6
Contrary to popular belief, he held up the sky, not the Earth
    $200 2
It is by far the #1 drug problem in the U.S. & U.S.S.R.
    $200 22
Most of America's coal of this variety is found in Pennsylvania
    $200 23
"Peanuts" character who spends his Halloweens waiting for "The Great Pumpkin"
    $200 16
Of "Blank Check", "Point Blank", & "Blankety Blanks", the 1 which wasn't a game show
    $200 12
Girl to whom you'd sing, "Ay, ay, ay, ay, canta y no llores"
    $300 8
After he gave gifts to all the animals, there were none left for man, so Prometheus stole this
    $300 3
Some experts feel many of these biblical outcasts may simply have had skin allergies
    $300 24
Opened in 1940, it was America's 1st trans-state superhighway
    $300 17
First name shared by hosts Peck, Lange, & McKrell
    DD: $500 13
Young singer for whom following ode to a girl was his biggest hit:

"Oh, Donna, oh, Donna / Oh, Donna, oh, Donna / I had a girl.."
    $400 9
Our word "janitor" is derived from this Roman god of doorways
    $400 4
Used to control functions like blood pressure thru awareness & concentration, its commonest form is EMG
    $400 25
Moravian Count Zinzendorf gave this town its name as he listened to carols on Christmas Eve
    $400 18
It might have begun "The deck is ready to help you win, all we need is Jim Perry to help us begin"
    $400 14
In the Bible, Delilah was a problem for Samson, but in a 1968 hit, she was a problem for this singer
    $500 10
Norse god of mischief & trickery who's eventually supposed to destroy the world
    $500 7
Herpes zoster, it's caused by chicken pox virus, not by mending roofs
    $500 27
Only president from Pennsylvania & only one to never marry
    $500 19
She interviewed real contestants on "The Better Sex" before real people on "Real People"
    $500 26
According to John Anderson, she's "as pretty as the angels when they sing"

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

Barbara Lynne David
$1,100 $1,700 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Lynne David
$800 $2,400 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
She can't be sued & doesn't have to buy dog licenses or pay death duties
    $200 1
In Spanish, this Robert Graves novel is titled "Yo, Claudio"
    $200 16
"The Lone Eagle"
    $200 22
For religious reasons, this Central Mexican tribe would sometimes eat sacrificial victims
    $200 11
While the 1951 film "The Thing" was set in the Arctic, the 1982 remake was set here
    $200 2
The way "hole cards" are placed when dealt in 5-card stud
    $400 26
He met his wife-to-be in a ploughfield in 1977
    $400 3
For people who can't see well, Doubleday has a club featuring books in this format
    $400 17
Depression-era kingpin known as "The Kingfish"
    $400 23
The Incas rose to power around 1400 A.D., less than 150 years before this Spaniard conquered them
    $400 12
An ice cap covers more than 700,000 square miles of this misnamed island's 840,000 square miles
    $400 4
In "Crazy Eights", eights are designated this
    $600 27
George VI called it "an icebox" & Edward VIII said "it has a dank, musty smell"
    $600 8
80-year-old author whose "The Butter Battle Book" was a parable of the nuclear arms race
    $600 18
Until overthrown in 1974, he was "The Conquering Lion of Judah"
    $600 24
Mayan stone carvings were done with tools made of this
    $600 13
The Winter Olympics are next scheduled to stampede into this city in 1988
    $600 5
In bridge, this is often done using the Goren system
    $800 28
New honor lists are published twice yearly, on New Year's Day & this event in June
    DD: $500 9
1 of 2 fall 1985 ABC prime time series based on a book or books
    $800 20
Soprano known as "The Swedish Nightingale"
    $800 25
In the Incan Empire, he was always "The Inca"
    $800 14
Mt. Kennedy is in this territory where readings of 30ºF to -50ºF are not uncommon
    $800 6
It's believed 17th century poet John Suckling invented this card game
    $1000 10
Ulysses S. Grant was encouraged to write autobiography by this author, who also published it
    DD: $400 21
Major League Baseball's past & present "Goose"
    $1000 29
Ancient Mesoamerican cultures used these fatty seeds as money
    $1000 15
On the average, this N.D. city has more 0º days per year than any other U.S. metropolitan area
    $1000 7
Once America's most popular card game, it's now #2, after poker

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Lynne David
$6,400 $3,000 $2,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1951 Best Acting Oscars went to H. Bogart & V. Leigh in films named for these modes of transportation

Final scores:

Barbara Lynne David
$6,791 $6,000 $4,600
4-day champion: $26,992 2nd place: trip on Delta to Stanfordville, New York & stay at Roseland Ranch 3rd place: Tomy Omnibot 2000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Barbara Lynne David
$7,000 $3,000 $3,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
2 W
9 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $13,600

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Game tape date: 1985-10-23
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