Show #466 - Monday, September 22, 1986

First segment from audiorecording.


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Jay DeBoer, an attorney and state legislator from Petersburg, Virginia

Sarah Richter Fridman, a speech-language pathologist originally from New Orleans, Louisiana

Marc Wade, a systems analyst originally from Sacramento, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $8,099)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You must physically point it out.)
    $100 21
"Anethum graveolens", it's a pickle flavorer
    $100 16
Number of knees on a gnu
    $100 1
This first lady's fondness for actors included dates with Clark Gable
    $100 4
James Marshall's California discovery of January 24, 1848; it wasn't just a flash in the pan
    $100 25
This southern state boasts museums devoted to Johnny Cash, Ferlin Husky, & tobacco art
    $100 11
Part of the body Joan Crawford was famous for padding
    $200 22
Precedes "ale", "bread", &, when he was being polite, Fred
    $200 17
Carroll's carpenter's companion
    $200 2
Making her getaway from husband Bob Evans, she ran off with co-star Steve McQueen
    $200 5
This free state was established in January 1922--Erin go Braugh
    $200 26
An exhibit of animal horns in natural settings is on the grounds of this famous Texas brewery
    $200 12
The Vulcan hand salute
    $300 23
Orangish-red powder made from sweet red peppers
    $300 18
If you want to hand a panda a reed for feed, pick these shoots
    $300 3
In 1940, this "Scarlett" woman married Laurence Olivier in Santa Barbara
    $300 6
In 1967, the U.S. signed a pact banning these in Earth's orbit
    $300 27
At an Oregon museum, you can walk through the atria of this pulsating organ 22' long
    $300 13
1st presented in 1963 at M.I.T., it's a device for graphic interaction with a visual display
    $400 24
"It's a very nice dance," sang The Pastel Six in 1963
    $400 19
Color of hair on the only marine bear
    $400 9
Joan Fontaine romanced this "Paper Chase" star but never married him; maybe he didn't "earn" it
    $400 7
In January 1965, Albert Schweitzer celebrated his 90th birthday, but this great statesman, also 90, died
    $400 28
This Penn. city has a Civil War cyclorama & a museum on the life of Christ in 3-D & velvet paintings
    $400 14
The only part of the griffin in the logo at the end of our show that moves
    $500 20
They can be put on the backs of yaks to team them in tandem in Tibet
    DD: $400 10
Of the 3 Gabor sisters, the only 1 who did not marry George Sanders
    $500 8
Team which lost the first Super Bowl in 1967 but won the 4th in 1970
    $500 15
At the '86 Oscars, Jane Fonda flashed this symbol of Corazon Aquino's party

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

Marc Sarah Jay
$200 $600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marc Sarah Jay
$900 -$700 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Hawaii Senator Daniel Inouye was 1st American of this ethnic ancestry to serve in both House & Senate
    $200 1
Last name of the 3 Billy goats
    $200 3
An Italian picking off a daisy's petals might say "M'ama; non M'ama", meaning this
    $200 22
Completed in 1973, 1st bridge linking Europe & Asia connects parts of this Turkish city
    $200 19
XTRA, like other radio stations beginning with the letter "X", broadcasts from this country w/X in its name
    $200 10
On his 2nd voyage, he took about 1000 colonists, all men, to the West Indies
    $400 7
When interest groups operate in "PAC"s, they're working through these
    $400 5
This discovery made the ugly duckling realize he wasn't ugly
    $400 4
"Flat vi a latke" means this flat in Yiddish
    $400 23
Construction started on both these major San Francisco area bridges in 1933
    $400 25
L.A. all-news station KFWB has over 2000 listeners with mobile phones reporting on this condition
    $400 11
The idea for the 1st of these holy wars was spread by an extroverted monk named Peter the Hermit
    $600 14
While Nelson Rockefeller was governor of N.Y., this brother of his was governor of Arkansas
    $600 6
The pigs' reply when the wolf said, "Little pig, little pig, let me come in"
    $600 13
If "jacta alea est", this is cast
    $600 24
2 of the 3 bridges connecting Brooklyn & Manhattan
    DD: $500 26
The 2 songs played starting at 10:15 am on over 6000 U.S. radio stations, March 28, 1986
    $600 12
Though it declared war on Japan on 12/8/41, this dominion had been at war w/Germany since 9/10/39
    $800 15
In 1984, this industrialist headed commission that found 2,478 ways to cut gov't spending
    $800 8
At the end of the Grimm version, the huntsman got Little Red Riding Hood & grandma out of here
    $800 20
Literal meaning of "mano a mano" combat
    $800 27
Busiest single link between U.S. & Canada is this Niagara River bridge honoring border tranquility
    $800 28
Among shows on their world service are "A Jolly Good Show" & "A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush"
    $800 17
This country did not come into existence until October 28, 1918
    $1000 16
Trucks for hire that travel between states are regulated by this agency
    $1000 9
In story he got a treasure in exchange for his cat; in reality he was 3-term mayor of London
    $1000 21
A resort cottage might be named "sans souci", meaning this
    $1000 18
Aka Madame Mao, she headed the rewrite desk in China, giving plays & operas the correct political slant

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marc Sarah Jay
$2,200 -$300 $7,700
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

"Singers" named in 1958 after Liberty Records engineer Ted Keep & execs Al Bennett & Simon Waronker

Final scores:

Marc Sarah Jay
$1 -$300 $6,000
2nd place: Maytag washer & dryer + Carrington House Carpets 3rd place: La-Z-Boy sleep sofa New champion: $6,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Marc Sarah Jay
$3,100 -$300 $7,700
15 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
6 R,
6 W
24 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $10,500

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Game tape date: 1986-08-12
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