Show #386 - Monday, March 3, 1986

Lionel Goldbart game 2.


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Tom Dryden, a creative director originally from Auxvasse, Missouri

Marian Branch, a technical editor from Hawthorne, California

Lionel Goldbart, a retired schoolteacher originally from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
Until the middle of the 19th century, this country was ruled by shoguns
    $100 17
The Mormon trail ran from Nauvoo, Illinois to this city
    $100 14
Chicago's big bad "cubs"
    $100 2
Paired with London in a famous raincoat brand
    $100 1
The 2 members of the Mystic Knights of the Sea Lodge who ran the Fresh-Air Taxi Company
    $100 6
Allen Funt's Camera
    $200 22
The average altitude of this country is 15,000', which would make the Dalai Lama a very high priest
    $200 18
Described as a "cultured Amazon", this bank robber was born Myra Belle Shirley
    $200 15
With 5 championships, this team dominated the NFL in the '60s
    $200 3
To do this, subtract 32ยบ & divide by 1.8
    $200 4
Amazingly, Thurston, Blackstone, & Mandrake all performed this... on radio
    $200 7
Amour's archer
    $300 23
The "th" in this former U.N. Secretary General's name means he was born on a Friday
    DD: $500 25
Outlaw who was killed in this song

"Alone and afraid she prayed that he'd return that fateful night, aww that night / When nothin' she said could keep her man"
    $300 16
Knute Rockne's native land
    $300 5
A listless depression, such as sailors feel in tropical areas of little or no wind
    $300 8
Neither he nor Tony the Wonder Horse played themselves in the series bearing his name
    $300 11
In The Laborer's Lament, it follows overworked
    $400 24
Common name of the Vietnamese New Year festival, a 1968 "offensive" was timed to coincide with it
    $400 26
Wyoming town founded by & named for Buffalo Bill
    $400 19
This president advised Don Shula, "I think you can hit Warfield on the down & in pattern"
    $400 9
Show title which completes "Hello there, we've been waiting for you, it's time to play..."
    $400 12
Goya hangs around in the Prado here
    $500 20
Due to its violence, in the early 1900's Stanford dropped football for this, its "cousin"
    $500 10
Coffee which sponsored variety shows hosted by Eddie Cantor & Edgar Bergen
    $500 13
Having a foul appearance, dirty or wretched

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

Lionel Marian Tom
$1,700 $400 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lionel Marian Tom
$2,400 $1,700 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
There are rumors this Chrysler Corp. head may run for president in 1988
    $200 1
Thomaston, named for Seth Thomas, is where he set up his first factory making these
    $200 2
Father of Cleopatra's child, he's believed to have been her first lover
    $200 12
The largest ever made measured 10 X 30 feet & used over 20,000 eggs
    $200 7
This new-world marsupial is famous for "playing dead"
    $200 19
Chardonnay, Rhine wine & Reisling are all this color
    $400 15
This Japanese co. famous for motorcycles is world's biggest maker of musical instruments
    $400 8
King Charles II's charter defined Conn.'s boundaries as running west to this body of salt water
    $400 3
Saluting the emperor, gladiators used this phrase to describe themselves
    $400 13
The thickest is Houston's with over 3,500 pages
    $400 25
When hunting in packs. sex of the lion that usually "makes the kill"
    $400 22
Recommended course with which you should serve a Spanish cream sherry or Italian asti spumante
    $600 16
451 million telephones have been made in Indianapolis by this AT&T subsidiary
    DD: $1,000 9
Though much more is grown in N.C. & Ky., it's also Connecticut's leading field crop
    $600 4
Emperor Hadrian had a wall built across the northern end of this country
    $600 20
Margot Fonteyn & Rudolf Nureyev took 89, the record for these, after doing "Swan Lake" in 1964
    $600 26
Pigging out makes this cousin of the pig 3rd largest living land animal by weight
    $600 23
It's the most prolific native grape in U.S. east of the Rockies
    $800 17
Baltimore suburb of Towson is home of this largest U.S. maker of power tools
    $800 10
In 1975, she became 1st woman elected Gov. anywhere whose husband hadn't formerly held the office
    $800 5
In 63 B.C., this rival of Julius Caesar conquered Jerusalem
    $800 21
In 1930, Charles Creighton & James Hargis drove roundtrip from N.Y. to L.A. this way
    DD: $2,000 27
It was 1st discovered in 1869 by a French missionary who thought it an abnormally colored bear
    $800 24
Brandy ages only as long as it remains in this
    $1000 18
Standard Oil of Indiana, which pioneered sale of unleaded gas, is now known by this name
    $1000 11
This famed Connecticut tree was blown down in 1856
    $1000 6
"It is human nature to hate those whom you have injured", said this most famous Roman historian
    $1000 28
Common name of Nasalis larvatus, a monkey much in demand at primate parties for its Durante imitations

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lionel Marian Tom
$5,000 $1,700 $6,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Since 1955, this song, originally known as "Moritat", has made Billboard Top 40 more times than any other

Final scores:

Lionel Marian Tom
$9,999 $100 $1,700
2-day champion: $22,599 3rd place: his & hers Jules Jurgensen watches 2nd place: An Action recliner by Lane & Carrington House carpet

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lionel Marian Tom
$5,000 $3,500 $6,300
19 R,
4 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $14,800

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Game tape date: 1985-10-22
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