Show #498 - Wednesday, November 5, 1986


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Wenzel Jones, a word processor originally from Orlando, Florida

Richard Gelb, a writer from New York City

Dave Maney, a student originally from Binghamton, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 30
Ammunition chests which "go rolling along"
    $100 3
He's played a king of Israel & a gigolo of America
    $100 17
The opposite of binge, loose, or slow
    $100 1
Aptly, port wine originated in this country
    $100 4
Common "symptom" of pregnancy, erroneously named since it can occur any time of day
    $100 16
In Eastern European legend, vampires almost never turned into these flying mammals
    $200 29
According to their hymn, they fight "to keep our honor clean"
    $200 8
After spotting this actor in the sci-fi film "Them!", Disney studios cast him as Davy Crockett
    $200 18
Department where you go to reclaim the umbrella you left on the bus
    $200 2
Song whose chorus beings "Hoo-ray & up she rises" is about this imbiber
    $200 12
The most common cause of hearing loss in all age groups is hardening of this in the ear canal
    $200 21
Bulgarians thought vampires had only one of these nasal features
    $300 27
"Marching To Pretoria" today would take you through this troubled country
    $300 9
This "Down & Out in Beverly Hills" star put his prints in cement at L.A.'s "Tail o' the Pup"
    $300 19
On a German car, these gauge marks might read "leer" & "voll"
    $300 5
To make a "Rusty Nail" you combine Scotch & this Scottish liqueur
    $300 13
Of orthopedic, cardiac or pulmonary, disease group that most often disrupts daily life
    $300 23
Even Italian vampires won't eat this
    $400 26
Tchaikovsky's overture uses cannons; this great German's 1813 "Wellington's Victory" uses musket fire
    DD: $400 10
Mother & daughter who play mother & daughter in "Hannah & Her Sisters"
    $400 20
For the Moon, it's the antonym of wax
    $400 6
Creature whose breath said to have made Confucius' mother conceive is symbol of this Japanese beer
    $400 14
From Latin for "wolf", this mysterious disease has more victims in U.S. than MS & MD
    $400 24
"Believe It or Not", he starred in the 1973 version of "Dracula"
    $500 28
Colonials played "Yankee Doodle" on this small transverse flute
    $500 11
He said of his role in "Deathtrap" that he is now one of few men in the world to have kissed Superman
    $500 22
The same people who gave us "Bosom Buddies" gave us this Bronson Pinchot series in 1986
    $500 7
TV's "Little Ol' Winemaker" promoted this brand
    $500 15
Deformity which forms exclusively at base of big toe when bursa of joint gets inflamed
    $500 25
Even his daughter Nastassja wouldn't recognize him in the remake of "Nosferatu"

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

Dave Richard Wenzel
$500 $200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Richard Wenzel
$1,700 $2,600 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Individual who sold us the huge Louisiana territory
    $200 18
It's the most common & proper British pronunciation of "lieutenant"
    $200 9
Pete, David, & Tokyo, for example
    $200 1
As far as we know, Peter Falk has never visited this capital of Sri Lanka
    $200 6
Many in this group, founded by Jakob Amman in 17th c., shun cars & fancy clothes
    $200 14
In the popular practical joke, this form of exercise follows ringing the doorbell
    $400 5
Ben Franklin was 1 of only 6 men who signed both of these documents
    $400 19
Another name for the type of card game the British call "patience"
    $400 11
He was Vice President of the U.S. from 1981-85
    $400 2
This country's Communist govt. doesn't allow handicapped people to live in the capital, Pyongyang
    $400 10
Unlike most other religions, this predominantly Indian one had no founder
    $400 25
Expression about false danger stemming from Aesop's tale of a practical joke that backfired
    $600 12
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington was originally built to honor a man who fell in this war
    $600 21
If you give a British baby a "dummy", you've given it this
    $600 15
He knew "Who's on first"
    $600 3
Province in which Canada's capital is located
    $600 13
Cannonballed at Pamplona in 1521, this founder of the Jesuits was canonized in 1622
    DD: $400 26
Legendary German practical joker celebrated in this composition by R. Strauss:

[Instrumental music plays]
    DD: $700 16
Anarchist Leon Czolgosz
    $800 22
A "billion" in England is this much in America
    $800 20
With George S. Kaufman, he took the 1937 Pulitzer Prize for "You Can't Take It with You"
    $800 7
While Washington's D.C. stands for "District of Columbia", Mexico City's D.F. stands for this
    $800 23
1-word concept taught by John Calvin that God foreknows who will be saved & who won't
    $1000 17
South Carolinian who was viewed as the South's greatest spokesman in ante-bellum Senate
    $1000 27
At her 1st performance at the Metropolitan Opera in 1931, it's said she took 16 curtain calls
    $1000 8
South Yemen was formerly known by this name of its capital & strategic port at Red Sea's entrance
    $1000 24
Related to 7 different U.S. presidents, Spencer W. Kimball was president of this church

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Richard Wenzel
$5,800 $5,000 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Colorful common title of the most famous poem written by Gelett Burgess

Final scores:

Dave Richard Wenzel
$2,500 $2,800 $0
2nd place: trip to Palm Springs & stay at the Royce Resort Hotel + Zenith 9" color TV New champion: $2,800 3rd place: Whirlpool microwave oven

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Richard Wenzel
$6,700 $5,000 $5,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R,
1 W
19 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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Game tape date: 1986-09-09
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