Show #385 - Friday, February 28, 1986

Lionel Goldbart game 1.

Contestants

Brooke Krauter, a lieutenant from Pacific Grove, California

Lionel Goldbart, a retired schoolteacher originally from Brooklyn, New York

Rick Passo, a recent MBA graduate originally from Indianapolis, Indiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY
FOOD
HOLLYWOOD
BASEBALL
EASY SCIENCE
(Alex: And a traditional Jeopardy! category...)
POTPOURRI
    $100 11
Escaped from a N.M. POW camp, a soldier from this country surrendered in 1985, 40 years later
    $100 3
"Citrullus vulgaris", it's the source of seeds for seed spitting contests
    $100 18
She was the 2nd lowest paid star in "The Wizard of Oz"
    $100 8
It's been said that "to know the heart & mind of" this place one "had better learn baseball"
    $100 1
Named for Dr. Daniel Salmon, these bacteria can be found in dairy, poultry, & meat products
    $100 19
Wanting to contribute to WWII effort, this queen-to-be undertook training in heavy mechanics
    $200 12
In 1945, manufacturer Milton Reynolds developed 1st practical model of this writing implement
    $200 4
In 1976,a pound of potato chips cost 200 times more than a pound of this related item
    $200 23
One attraction of Hollywood for early filmmakers was nearness of this border in case of trouble
    $200 14
Most recent manager to be fired by George Steinbrenner & replaced by Billy Martin
    $200 2
It's the Northern Hemisphere's equivalent of the aurora australis
    $200 25
This company brags that its best-selling Bible is 40% shorter than the original
    $300 20
Of 2, 5, & 7, number of states to join the U.S. since 1900
    $300 5
According to Miss Manners, this food should be served head left, tail right
    $300 24
Room of the house in which W.C. Fields kept his library
    $300 15
Biggest crowd to attend baseball game was in 1936 in this country, during the Olympics
    $300 9
Of a meteoroid, a meteor, & a meteorite, the one that's on fire
    $400 21
In 1950s, she worked in a plastics factory; in 1959 she was elected to House of Commons
    $400 6
At one time, to stretch sugar, grocers on both sides of the Atlantic added these gritty granules
    $400 27
About Hollywood, Oscar Levant said, "Strip off the phony tinsel & you'll find" this "underneath"
    $400 16
1st numerals to identify baseball players by number were found on this team's pinstripes in 1929
    $400 10
An M.D. who specializes in the eye
    DD: $100 28
Since his mother invented Liquid Paper, this singer collects royalty on every bottle sold

"Her name was Joanne / And she lived in a meadow by a pond"
    $500 22
This recently deceased Soviet leader was born a peasant, orphaned young & had no formal education
    $500 7
H. Fletcher, who chewed his way to health, rhymed, "nature will castigate those who don't" do this
    $500 17
In 1972, Bernice Gera was 1st woman to do this at a professional baseball game
    $500 13
The current condition of the atmosphere in terms of heat, pressure, wind, & moisture
    $500 26
First color mentioned in "America The Beautiful"

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

Rick Lionel Brooke
$1,100 $800 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rick Lionel Brooke
$2,000 $3,100 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ENGLISH LITERATURE
NEW YORK CITY
CAMPFIRE SONGS
SOCIAL STUDIES
RAW MATERIALS
"RH" FACTOR
(Alex: The initials R.H. will figure in all of the correct responses.)
    $200 5
R. L. Stevenson character(s) based on Deacon W. Brodie, paragon of virtue by day, thief by night
    $200 10
Most massive single issue of a newspaper was a 15-section, 1572-page Sunday edition of this
    $200 21
"You got to jump down, turn around," & pick this amount "o'cotton" a day
    $200 11
The opposite of inflation, signifying falling as opposed to rising prices
    $200 14
Take a liking to, or the fibers in a fluffy white mass around seeds of certain plants
    $200 16
A question to which no answer is expected
    $400 6
Term for cutting offensive passages, from Dr. Bowdler, who cut chunks from Shakespeare's works
    $400 12
Its name is probably from Dutch "Konijn Eilandt" or rabbit island
    $400 24
Meister Jakob in German, Frere Jacques in French, & this in English
    $400 1
What a sole seller of a given commodity has, as with parker bros. & this game
    $400 15
In Ancient Egypt, people slept on pillows made of this & were out like a light as soon as their head hit it
    $400 17
Born out of diamond miner's desire to make U.S. a Brit. colony, this is awarded annually for study at Oxford
    $600 7
Daughter of early feminist Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin wrote this famous horror novel
    $600 13
Founded in 1754, this is New York City's oldest university
    $600 2
In Soviet edition of Oxford Dictionary socialism is "economic system which is replacing" this
    $600 18
"I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree"
    $800 8
Evelyn Waugh drew material from this book, started when he was almost 8 & kept up for 53 years
    DD: $500 22
NYC has almost 7 million more people than this next largest city in N.Y. state
    $800 3
"Radical chic", coined by this Am. journalist, refers to intellectuals affecting left-wing views
    $800 26
To make this leather, hold flesh side of tanned animal hide against buffing wheel to raise nap
    $800 19
The equilateral parallelogram that fits this category
    $1000 9
"Wimsey" had nothing to do with her degree in medieval lit. & her translation of "The Divine Comedy"
    $1000 23
The 1st "Off-Broadway" theater was established by Eugene O'Neill in this section of Lower Manhattan
    $1000 4
Philosopher whose "Social Contract" begins "Man is born free, yet everywhere he is in chains"
    $1000 25
According to U.S. Bureau of Mines, in 1984, this, not aluminum, was the most recycled metal
    DD: $400 20
Not a flood on an important German river, it's an inflammation of mucous membranes that line nose

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rick Lionel Brooke
$3,000 $7,100 $6,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS AMERICANS
10 years before publishing book subtitled "Life in the Woods", he caused a 300-acre forest fire

Final scores:

Rick Lionel Brooke
$6,000 $12,600 $3,000
2nd place: a weeklong trip to St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, with travel via Eastern Airlines New champion: $12,600 3rd place: a WhiteWestinghouse refrigerator/freezer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rick Lionel Brooke
$3,100 $7,100 $7,200
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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Game tape date: 1985-10-08
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