Show #529 - Thursday, December 18, 1986

Frank Hughes game 2.

Missing player introductions.


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Barbara Cann, from Huntington Beach, California

Tom Olsen, an assistant professor of physics originally from Brooklyn, New York

Frank Hughes, an account executive from Torrance, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
Tradition says as long as the Barbary apes remain here, the British will too
    $100 13
Short for "splatterdash", these are cloth gaiters covering ankle & instep
    $100 26
1958 #1 song that began "Hello baby"
    $100 1
He discovered the Zambezi's Victoria Falls before Stanley discovered him
    $100 21
These stars were married in September 1984 but took their "Haunted Honeymoon" in 1986
    $100 11
Walter Hagen,
Bobby Jones &
Gene Sarazen
    $200 5
This massive structure makes it possible for Las Vegas to be so brightly lit up at night
    $200 14
A French peasant might "pine" for a pair of sabots, shoes made of this
    $200 27
In "Top Gun", Tom Cruise used this Righteous Brothers classic to try to pick up Kelly McGillis
    $200 2
Though he was Fr. Marquette's partner in exploration, he didn't get a major university named for him
    $200 22
When Barbi Benton told him she had never dated anyone over 24, he replied neither had he
    $200 12
Jacques Plante,
Mike Eruzione, &
Phil Esposito
    DD: $500 6
Landmark shown under construction in this 1879 photo:
    $300 15
Not a mail-order lollipop, but a light, crinkled summer suit fabric
    $300 28
According to Harvey & The Moonglows, the 1st of these was "Thou shall never love another"
    $300 3
Though outnumbering his forces 100-1, the Aztecs didn't fight, thinking he was the god-man Quetzalcoatl
    $300 23
This NBC sports commentator popped the question to Phylicia Ayers-Allen on live TV
    $300 18
Peter Kormann,
Julianne McNamara, &
Nelli Kim
    $400 7
Its roof was designed to look like sails in Sydney Harbor
    $400 16
From Middle English for "garment", it's a burial garment
    $400 9
To avoid a Spanish counterattack, Francis Drake got back to England by becoming "2nd" to do this
    $400 24
Hilton, Sandberg, Belgee, Hutner, Ryan, Cosden, O'Hara, & as of August '86, Prince Frederick von Anhalt
    $400 19
Paul Smart,
John Bertrand, &
Ted Turner
    $500 8
2,300,000 cut stones weighing about 2 1/2 tons each were used to build this
    $500 17
Children's playsuit combining shirt & short trousers; there's room for them on TV
    $500 10
This son of John Cabot said he saw Newfoundland codfish that swam ashore to eat leaves
    $500 25
Art Fleming was an usher at the 1968 wedding of this presidentially-connected couple
    $500 20
Jim Shoulders,
Tom Ferguson,
& Larry Mahan

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Frank Tom Barbara
$700 $500 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Tom Barbara
$2,100 $1,600 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
It is said this Dustin Hoffman/ Jessica Lange film is one of Mikhail Gorbachev's favorites
    $200 6
When a gamekeeper becomes fair game, he becomes this, the title of D.H. Lawrence's book
    $200 14
Muscle which goes through about 70 cycles of systole & diastole every minute
    $200 11
In the show "The White Shadow", the shadow knows about coaching this sport
    $200 21
4 students were killed & others wounded during May 4, 1970 protest at this Ohio university
    $400 2
In July '86 this country ruled by King Hassan II became 2nd Arab nation to meet openly with Israel
    $400 7
Sir Walter Scott's poem about Ellen Douglas, who lived near Loch Katrine
    $400 15
This bone group breaks down into 7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacral, & 3-5 in the coccyx
    $400 12
1960 adventure series tracing the exploits of the U.S. Navy's 4-man precision flying team
    $400 22
Odd as it sounds, in 1965, it took off 11 days after Gemini 7
    DD: $800 3
The 2 heads of state who attended the Liberty Weekend opening ceremonies dinner
    $600 8
Oscar Wilde's "fans" favor this 1892 comedy
    $600 16
It's the largest thing usually found in an amniotic sac
    $600 13
Of a spirit, Confederate soldier, or submarine, 1957's "The Gray Ghost" was this
    $600 23
The main purpose of 1928's Kellogg-Briand pact was to outlaw this
    $800 4
On June 12, 1986, he issued a declaration of emergency rule for his country
    $800 9
Hemingway's heroine in "The Sun Also Rises"
    DD: $600 17
Organ which stores up vitamins A, B-complex, D, E, & K, to be released when needed
    $800 19
"The Yellow Rose" referred not to Wade Champion's widow Colleen but to this
    $800 24
Slave & preacher who led a famous slave uprising in August 1831
    $1000 5
In Athens, he gets to park his car in the space reserved for the prime minister
    $1000 10
Frank Stockton "cattily" left this title question unanswered in his 1882 short story
    $1000 18
They are oiled by the sebaceous glands, & an erector muscle makes them stand on end
    $1000 20
From 1954-58, his "Corner" on sports news filled the gap between boxing matches & the 11 o'clock news
    $1000 25
C. Darrow's 1st big case was defending this union leader who, losing, became a socialist in jail

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Tom Barbara
$5,300 $5,200 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"Wuthering Heights", "Of Mice and Men", & "Stagecoach" all came out in this "Best year ever for Amer. films"

Final scores:

Frank Tom Barbara
$10,401 $400 $4,000
2-day champion: $20,401 3rd place: Panasonic 25" monitor receiver 2nd place: trip on Western Airlines to San Francisco & stay at Embassy Suites in Napa Valley

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Frank Tom Barbara
$5,100 $5,400 $5,600
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
14 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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Game tape date: 1986-09-30
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