Show #388 - Wednesday, March 5, 1986

Lionel Goldbart game 4.
Final Jeopardy! Round incomplete.


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Jaima Bennett, a college instructor from Long Beach, California

Ron Mark, a law student from Bellevue, Washington

Lionel Goldbart, a retired schoolteacher originally from Brooklyn, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $29,998)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
For information on this state write to the Visitors Bureau 2270 Kalakaua Ave., 96815
    $100 26
Varieties of these flowers include Madonna, coral, & tiger
    $100 6
The German version of this hit is titled "Sie liebt dich"
    $100 15
Originating in Holland in the 1700s, its name is corruption of Dutch "donderbus", "thundergun"
    $100 17
They can drink up to 25 gallons of water at a time, but they don't store it in their hump
    $100 1
Insert a wand into a soap solution, remove, & exhale lightly through the ring
    $200 5
City whose attractions include the John Hancock Tower, Insurance Building, & grave
    $200 7
Working title for film "A Hard Day's Night", it became title for an "incredible simulation" instead
    $200 18
Completes "Beneath the rule of men entirely great, the pen..."
    $200 20
Slang in the human world for a woman-chaser, in the animal world they're monogamous
    $200 2
Ask bartender to mix 1 part vermouth, 2 parts whiskey, & 1 dash bitters, then pay him $24 in trinkets
    $300 9
He's the "star" of a festival held each June in Metropolis, Illinois
    $300 8
They agreed as kids that all their songs would be credited to both, no matter who wrote what
    $300 19
Arnold Schwarzenegger was the weapon in this 1984 film
    $300 21
The most widespread turtle in U.S., it's also the most dangerous to fingers
    $300 4
With sad look in eyes, bend arm up at elbow, with palm down & hand open, bend wrist up & down
    $400 10
It's said this Missouri city was named after a chief character trait of General Andrew Jackson
    $400 11
Poem which inspired "I Am The Walrus"
    $400 23
Its handle contains matches fish hooks & line, a cable saw, & a compass
    $400 22
Hunting by sight, these 6' torpedo-shaped fish are attracted to moving bright colors
    $400 13
Ascend 29,028 feet, plant a flag, & say "Because it was there"
    $500 14
Dedicated by Pres. Carter in '77, this Washington city's Riverfront Park was site of Expo '74
    $500 12
Called "5th Beatle" on 1969's "Get Back" he shared label billing with the Fab 4
    $500 24
In the 1600s, Phineas Fletcher called it "the coward's weapon"
    $500 25
This talking bird is a type of starling
    $500 16
Mix together 75% potassium nitrate, 15% charcoal, & 10% sulfur

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Lionel Ron Jaima
$1,300 $900 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lionel Ron Jaima
$1,300 $1,400 -$600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
In 1981, Datsun began selling cars in the U.S. under this corporate name
    $200 19
Number of strings on a standard violin
    $200 13
Family for whom Hop Sing cooked
    $200 3
Revolutionary who was druggist, general, & traitor
    $200 9
Tuxedo swordtails, three-spot gouramis, & sailfin mollies, for example
    $200 1
Rykrisp, Ritz, & Saltines
    $400 5
Great Britain & 16 Commonwealth nations struck sterling silver coins marking this event
    $400 14
For a new TV movie, David Carradine stepped back into this "Kung Fu" role, leaving no footprints
    $400 8
Legend says Lana Turner was discovered at this family's pharmacy, but legend was wrong
    DD: $1,000 21
In 1971 this river's name was also changed to Zaire
    $400 2
Acting like a Warner Brothers cartoon series
    $600 6
Though restoration began on this Giza landmark, no mention was made about getting a new nose
    $600 15
Henry Darrow, who played Manolito Montoya on this Western, now hosts "Jackpot Bingo" in L.A.
    $600 18
He worked in his dad's store in Dooland, S.D. before moving on to the Senate & vice-presidency
    $600 22
Every minute, 53 acres of these woodlands are cleared away
    $600 10
Using only 51 cards for the game
    $800 7
A Maryland judge ruled he owed $147,500 plus $101,235 interest for kickbacks taken in office
    $800 16
Ronald Reagan had to stop hosting "Death Valley days" in 1966 when he began doing this
    $800 20
Member of the Guild of Physicians & Apothecaries of Florence, a continent was named for him
    $800 11
Illuminated, & none in residence
    DD: $1,000 23
Though he said it would be "a duty & an honor" to be re-elected U.N. Sec.-General, he wasn't
    $1000 25
As his musical needs grew, this early 19th c. composer added the piccolo & trombone to orchestra
    $1000 17
Before Joel Higgins was on "Silver Spoons", he was Sam Best in this comic Western
    $1000 24
Trained as a pharmacist, this German poet was known as the last "universal" man
    $1000 12
When one of your threaded metal fasteners is hanging from its hole

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lionel Ron Jaima
$2,500 $4,400 $2,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 geometric shapes containing da Vinci's famous "Vitruvian Man"

Final scores:

Lionel Ron Jaima
$4,999 $4,400 $2,400
4-day champion: $34,997 2nd place: trip on AirCal to San Francisco & stay at Holiday Lodge 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen his & her watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lionel Ron Jaima
$3,500 $3,800 $2,400
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
6 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $9,700

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Game tape date: 1985-10-22
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