Show #474 - Thursday, October 2, 1986


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John Waukechon, a teacher originally from Lafayette, Indiana

Carl Brady, a U.S. Navy flight officer originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Anne Summers, a housewife originally from Calgary, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Richard Condon novel about a hit man & a hit woman that became a movie hit
    $100 8
When a phonograph record is playing, it turns in this direction
    $100 21
He was born in Virginia, but became 1st President of Texas, where a city bears his name
    $100 2
In 1986, it began at 2 a.m. April 27
    $100 15
Completes Little Anthony & the Imperials' title, "Shimmy, Shimmy,..."
    $100 3
An aircraft's initial ascent
    $200 9
In his novel "The Lost World", explorers face dinosaurs & missing links, but not Dr. Moriarty
    $200 11
Born Jan. 7, 1978, Emilio Palma was the 1st person born on this continent
    $200 22
"Falcon Crest" creator Earl Hamner's ancestors came to Va. to start a winery for this tall president
    $200 16
There's a minimum of one Friday the 13th a year & a maximum of this many
    $200 4
The moniker you get at birth
    $300 10
Leon Uris novel whose title refers to a London law court--a "Queen's Bench"
    $300 12
Member of The Beatles who's now a grandfather
    $300 23
Aptly born at Studley Plantation, this Revolutionary orator had 17 children
    $300 17
2 of the 3 months named for goddesses
    $300 5
What fathers do with brides & game show hosts do with prizes
    $400 13
Georgi Markov, author of "The Truth that Killed", was murdered with a poison-tipped version of this
    $400 19
Same day Lou Gehrig's 2130 consecutive game streak ended, this 1939-40 event opened in New York
    DD: $200 24
Richmond siblings born 3 years apart who won Oscars 2 years apart, he for directing, she for acting
    $400 18
The Gregorian calendar is referred to as "the new style" while this calendar is "the old style"
    $400 6
Small as it may be, it's your wages after deductions
    $500 14
A good ear for the angst of suburban dialog characterizes this author's "Rabbit" novels
    $500 20
The 1st national exposition of these was held in Madison Square Garden in 1900
    $500 7
A type of informatory bid or call in bridge

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

Anne Carl John
$400 $1,100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Carl John
-$100 $1,300 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
1st U.S. ground troops used in Vietnam were from this service
    $200 22
Salad dressing named for the capital of the isle of Minorca, Mahon
    $200 16
He came to power in Italy 11 years before Hitler did in Germany
    $200 21
In the U.S., thunderstorms are most frequent during this season
    $200 1
In 1983, she & Richard Burton exposed their "Private Lives" on Broadway
    $200 7
Ill tidings cover ground quickly
    $400 3
Total military strength of U.S., about 2 mil., is well below this country's strength of over 5 million
    $400 23
Madrid's national museum of painting & sculpture is known by this name
    $400 17
One of his most famous acts of civil disobedience was scooping up sea water to make salt
    $400 12
Don Ameche's 1-word answer when asked if any of his pre-"Cocoon" films should have won an Oscar
    $400 8
Battle combustion by using combustion
    $600 4
Current name of service branch started in 1907 with 1 officer & 2 enlisted men as part of Army Signal Corps
    DD: $300 24
City for which this song is named:

["Instrumental music plays"]
    $600 18
While Margaret Thatcher is Britain's "Iron Lady", he was Germany's "Iron Chancellor"
    $600 13
Charlton Heston thinks this distinctive part of his anatomy helped win him the role of Moses
    $600 9
Excuse this person, lad, could yonder object be a train to Tennessee's 4th largest city?
    DD: $1,000 5
Harold Brown, Elliot Richardson, & Clark Clifford
    $800 25
Capital of Republican Spain for much of the Civil War, its Jan. 1939 fall assured Franco victory
    $800 19
He worked as a candlemaker on Staten Island, N.Y. before returning to Italy to help reunify it
    $800 14
The 3 Barrymore siblings, they co-starred in "Rasputin & the Empress", their only film together
    $800 10
Precipitation, precipitation,
return on a different 1/365 of a year
    $1000 6
The lowest rank among admirals in the U.S. Navy
    $1000 20
While living in NYC, Jose Marti, "Apostle of Latino Nationalism," worked for this country's freedom
    $1000 15
As an Indian in 1922's "Last of the Mohicans" he bared his chest, but he gained fame baring his fangs
    $1000 11
Homo sapiens bids, the supreme being rids

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Carl John
$4,100 $6,100 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

City in which the United Nations Charter was signed in 1945

Final scores:

Anne Carl John
$4,100 $6,000 $0
2nd place: trip on Eastern to the Caribbean & stay at the Bahamas Princess Resort & Casino New champion: $6,000 3rd place: Frigidaire washer & dryer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Anne Carl John
$4,100 $6,100 $3,300
12 R,
5 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,500

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Game tape date: 1986-08-13
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