Show #387 - Tuesday, March 4, 1986

Lionel Goldbart game 3.
Final Jeopardy! Round incomplete.


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Seth Hogan, a perpetual student originally from Detroit, Michigan

Dolores Long, a writer and an editor originally from Allentown, Pennsylvania

Lionel Goldbart, a retired schoolteacher originally from Brooklyn, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
"To hell with Babe Ruth" was shouted by banzai troops during this war
    $100 17
Before he began his research, this legume hadn't even been recognized as a crop
    $100 3
Of the cast, only Shirley Jones & David Cassidy sang on albums inspired by this series
    $100 1
The only time horses shouldn't have access to this is when they're hot from exercise
    $100 16
The engine & cab are housed in this part of a tractor-trailer
    $100 18
Beaver or Wally, or a cutting tool that is a cross between a knife & a hatchet
    $200 10
Resisting unification with Ger., Austrian dictator E. Dollfuss was killed by them in 1934
    $200 21
It wasn't until his late twenties that he completed this level of education
    $200 4
This 1957 Richard Boone Western was on TV before it was on radio
    $200 2
Hooves & these on humans have the same evolutionary origin
    $200 23
In the U.S., this largest employer uses more trucks than any single industry
    $200 19
A sieve used to separate flour particles
    $300 11
It wasn't until 1958 that these curbside devices were used in London
    $300 25
For many years he worked with this Black educator at Tuskegee Institute
    $300 5
They got their mail at 704 Houser St. in Queens
    $300 7
To celebrate the repeal of prohibition, Budweiser acquired a team of this draft breed
    $300 20
A hammer-like object used to pound & break down meat fibers, or a little jar from Adolph's
    $400 12
In 1947, this neighboring country gained independence 1 day before India
    $400 6
Art Carney & J. Susann were regulars on his show before he was a regular on Dick Van Dyke's
    $400 14
The height of an average thoroughbred is over 15 hands or this many feet
    DD: $400 22
Kitchen chore in the 1st line of this No. 1 song by The Coasters:

"Don't you give me no dirty looks / Your father's hip; he knows what cooks / Just tell your hoodlum friend outside..."
    $500 13
Year of the Hungarian Revolution against communism
    $500 8
Model for "Charlie" perfume who might have worn it on "Charlie's Angels"
    $500 15
World's 4th-leading raiser of horses, this South American country has more than Russia
    $500 24
This type of masher sounds like it can change potatoes into another vegetable

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

Lionel Dolores Seth
$1,700 -$300 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lionel Dolores Seth
$1,800 $300 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
On Samoa, you'd find men wrapping a "lava-lava" around this part of their bodies
    $200 3
It's the smallest part of a compound retaining all its properties
    $200 22
It's said this Missouri-born author hired a man to break in his corncob pipes
    $200 1
Used by the main character to describe himself, this Hermann Hesse title translates to "Lone Wolf"
    $200 16
According to The Playmates, in 1959 it was "5 feet of heaven & a ponytail"
    $200 8
Yep, He turned down the role of Rhett Butler
    $400 23
"Yumi, Yumi, Yumi", not "Happy Talk", is national anthem of Vanuatu, setting for their "South Pacific"
    $400 4
This gas makes up about 21% of the air
    $400 24
In a water pipe, after passing through the water & long tube, this is nearly room temperature
    $400 2
Kind of fish who loses his battle with the old man in "The Old Man and the Sea"
    $400 17
Complaining they'd "been cheated" & "mistreated", both Everly Bros. & Linda Ronstadt wondered this
    $400 9
He may not be the host of your magazine, but he's the host of "Hour"s
    $600 28
It is said 600-700 languages are spoken on this large island due north of Australia
    $600 5
This preservative can be made by passing vapors of methyl alcohol over a heated metal catalyst
    $600 25
Fine briar pipes are finished by boiling in vegetable oil or soaking in this "molasses liquor"
    $600 13
The animal of this Frank Norris title symbolizes railroad tentacles stretching across farmland
    $600 18
Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway's question about mislaid affection
    $600 10
Among 1st Blacks elected mayor of a major U.S. city, Richard Hatcher is a 5-term mayor here
    $800 6
A French scientist named this metal used in nuclear control rods & color TVs in honor of his continent
    $800 26
German for "sea foam", this pipe material is a mineral so light it will float on water
    $800 14
In one of the "Canterbury Tales", Chaucer says crows were originally this color
    $800 20
The Bee Gees might know the Atlantic Ocean goes down to 28,374 ft. but they didn't know this
    $800 11
He said his trial was fair & the sentence proper before his 1977 firing-squad death
    DD: $1,000 7
1 of 3 valuable industrial products produced by passing electricity through brine
    $1000 27
Long associated with Sherlock Holmes, the calabash pipe is primarily made from this
    $1000 15
Breed of John Steinbeck's "Charley" in "Travels with Charley"
    $1000 21
Now that this "lovely" category is over, Peggy Lee could appropriately pose this question
    $1000 12
Singer who has used his 3-octave range to record over 20 albums

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lionel Dolores Seth
$5,000 $1,300 $800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

No. of times the Democratic Party has lost the presidential election since WWII

Final scores:

Lionel Dolores Seth
$7,399 $1,000 $1,599
3-day champion: $29,998 3rd place: Kelvinator washer & dryer 2nd place: trip on Delta to New York City & stay at Milford Plaza

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lionel Dolores Seth
$5,000 $1,300 $2,200
16 R,
2 W
7 R,
2 W
14 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $8,500

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Game tape date: 1985-10-22
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