Show #384 - Thursday, February 27, 1986


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Rosemary Hagerott, a technical writer from Sierra Madre, California

Rick Passo, a recent MBA graduate originally from Indianapolis, Indiana

Leslie Johnson Kelsay, a utility manager originally from Sikeston, Missouri (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
1st to use planes in combat, in 1911 this boot-shaped nation kicked off modern aerial warfare
    $100 20
They say "Leave the driving to us"
    $100 2
The 1st recorded match in this forerunner of baseball took place in 1719
    $100 23
A neutered bull is not only as strong as one, he is one
    $100 21
Petite rocker who's been hittin' the charts with her "Best Shots" since 1979
    $100 1
Gyrate a large circular object about your hips or waist
    $200 5
In 1976, an earthquake killed 650,000 people in this country's city T'ang-shan
    $200 10
Mode of transportation you'd be using if you traveled on the famous "Delta Queen"
    $200 3
In 1978, he defeated Ken Norton to win the WBC heavyweight title
    $200 24
The only 2 forms of hippopotamus are the common large size & this type
    $200 8
Tie string to bicuspid & doorknob, then slam the door
    $300 6
Aptly, in 1982, U.S. Marines were there when the PLO sailed from the shores of this Lebanese city
    $300 11
"Y" on your airline ticket designates this class of travel
    $300 16
In 1980, subway rider Rosie Ruiz was disqualified as women's winner in this long-distance run
    $300 25
Divided by eating habits, these mammals are fruit-eating, insectivorous & bloodsucking
    $300 22
Black haired rocker who blasts with the Blackhearts
    $300 13
Rub an antimony trisulfide tipped stick against surface of red phosphorus, glue, & powdered glass
    $400 7
In 1915, London suffered its 1st air raid with bombs dropped from this
    $400 12
If your tour includes Bhutan, continent you'd better head for
    $400 17
UPI's 1985 Coach of the Year, Lou Carnesecca, heads this college's basketball program
    $400 26
Crocodiles carry several pounds of these in the stomach as ballast
    $400 28
Her husky voice is heard "Barking At Airplanes"
    $400 14
Hold at 45°, peel foil, twist wire till it snaps, remove & ease out stopper, twisting to right
    DD: $200 9
4 of 6 countries that formed the Common Market in 1958
    $500 19
Schussers love to schuss down the slopes of Kitzbuhel Horn, in this country
    $500 18
The 1st recognized race of this kind was run from Paris to Bordeaux in 1895
    $500 27
In winter, this animal is called an ermine
    $500 15
In 3 x 3 grid, alternate inserting 24th & 15th letters of alphabet until alignment occurs

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Leslie Rick Rosemary
-$400 $600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Rick Rosemary
$300 $2,100 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
These Hoosier bicycle mechanics pioneered the airplane
    $200 24
Number of "Steps" in Hitchcock spy classic
    $200 1
Shrink back in horror, or wind up the rope again
    $200 6
4-million-member Moral Majority was founded by this Baptist preacher
    $200 18
Chiaroscuro is term meaning the use of this & shadow
    $200 13
This ex-union leader said "I don't need bodyguards" right before he disappeared
    $400 7
Annie Ellsworth of Lafayette chose these 4 words to be first-ever telegraph message
    $400 2
To pillage, from Old Norse meaning "to search a house", which old Norsemen did, a lot
    DD: $500 9
He's preached, played a preacher, & has made music a ministry:

"Well, now, everybody's gonna have religion and glory / Everybody's gonna be a-singin' that story / Everybody's gonna have a wonderful time... "
    $400 20
From Portuguese barocco for "rough pearl", it refers to period of 17th century Europe an art of elaborate style
    $400 14
On Oct. 14, 1978, he said "It's too early for a Polish pope"; 2 days later, he was one
    $600 8
Pianist-composer who said, "I had no idea what 'Stardust' meant" but thought it great for title
    $600 3
From Latin for "inventory", it's the list of songs you're prepared to perform
    $600 10
Jimmy Swaggart says if not for God's grace, he would have turned out like this country-rock 1st cousin
    $600 21
Le Corbusier & Gropius were 2 greats in this field
    $600 19
In 1964, he said about Vietnam, "We will seek no wider war"; later he did
    DD: $500 15
Largest U.S. city founded in this century, it was established by U.S. Steel in 1906
    $800 28
John Wayne won his only Oscar for this film
    $800 4
Suborder consisting of even-toed, 4-cavity stomached, cud-chewing mammals
    $800 11
Virginia Beach-based religious TV talk show hosted by Pat Robertson
    $800 22
So real was his "Age of Bronze", this 19th century sculptor was accused of taking a cast from life
    $800 25
In 1962, 12 years early, he said, "This is my last press conference"
    $1000 16
Last Hoosier to win major party presidential nomination was this 1940 candidate
    $1000 27
Actor who said, "All I need to make a comedy is a park, a policeman, & a pretty girl"
    $1000 5
In cooking, it's an equal amount of butter & flour mixed & browned for sauces
    $1000 12
He won 1952 Emmy as Most Outstanding TV Personality
    $1000 23
Leading French romantic artist, his most celebrated work is "Liberty Leading the People"
    $1000 26
Running for president in 1944, he said it was "time for a change"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Rick Rosemary
$3,600 $7,000 $5,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In value of both its imports & exports with the U.S., this country is our foremost trading partner

Final scores:

Leslie Rick Rosemary
$1 $10,600 $5,300
3rd place: Noritake dinnerware New champion: $10,600 2nd place: General Electric 26" TV & Action Recliners by Lane recliner

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Leslie Rick Rosemary
$3,500 $7,500 $5,300
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,300

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Game tape date: 1985-10-08
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