Show #444 - Thursday, May 22, 1986


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Janice Gordon, an attorney from Los Angeles, California

Lisa May, a hotel auditor from Hawthorne, California

Jane Erskine, a ticket seller from Venice, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 22
The Welland Canal allows Great Lakes ships to bypass this river obstacle honeymooners never miss
    $100 2
According to USA Today, it's "Supertramp"
    $100 12
1st name of title characters Lapham & Marner
    $100 13
Michael Landon series that first aired September 11, 1974
    $100 1
Defending this singer's winning of top country award, Dolly Parton's sister Stella wrote, "Ode To Olivia"
    $100 7
Season during which most fertilizers are applied
    $200 23
All the waters of the Great Lakes once drained into this river
    $200 3
Level of the class she used to teach
    $200 14
Lewis Carroll classic banned in China in 1931 because "animals should not use human language"
    $200 16
Of Egypt, the Philippines, & into retirement, place Nixon did not go in 1974
    $200 8
Barbara Mandrell was "sleepin'" this way "in a double bed"
    $200 24
Of horse, hog or chicken manure, the one richest in nitrogen
    $300 4
She confessed to this Russian dancer that she waited hours outside Covent Garden to get his autograph
    $300 15
Samuel Butler's tale of utopia that went "nowhere" backwards
    $300 17
When this debuted March 4, 1974, Mia Farrow was the person on the cover, & it costs 35 cents an issue
    $300 9
Of Charlie, Bill or Vaughn Monroe, the called "The Father of Bluegrass Music"
    $300 25
The two main types are mineral & this kind made from decayed plant or animal matter
    $400 5
They said it was an accident she stopped in this department of the Springfield, Virginia
J.C. Penney's
    $400 20
Title home of 10-year-old Rebecca Rowena Randall
    $400 18
He became 1st Black to manage a major league team when the Indians made him chief
    $400 10
When asked by producer to write a song with a good hook, he wrote, "Baby, Don't Get Hooked On Me"
    $500 6
Distantly related to Princess Di, this star of "Dynasty" played her in a TV movie
    $500 21
British author who served up Mr. Chips as well as Shangri-la
    $500 19
On May 1, 1974, the minimum wage went from $1.60/hr. to this
    $500 11
This California town, north of Los Angeles, has been dubbed "Little Nashville"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Jane Lisa Janice
$1,500 $1,000 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jane Lisa Janice
$1,300 $1,500 -$300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
From an 18' high damaged block of marble he carved his "David"
    $200 7
As a model for Tinker Bell, Disney animators used this "Calendar Girl's" body
    $200 1
Popular Mexican border town that draws many visitors from San Diego, about 15 miles away
    $200 8
The Army's is "This we'll defend"
    $200 10
Best-selling Frederick Forsyth "File" that flopped out as a feature
    $400 12
Decorative design style of early 1900s which means "new art" in French
    $400 18
What Jimmy Cagney was wearing when he shoved the grapefruit in Mae Clark's face
    $400 2
In Spain, it's what you would do with a sardana, jota, & fandango
    $400 9
The 5 stars of a 5-star general insignia are in this formation
    $400 11
Someone older than 79, but younger than 90
    $600 13
Grant Wood's sister & the family dentist posed as the two rustics in this famous painting
    $600 3
One tourist attraction at Silver Springs, Florida, is this, featured in title of Doris Day movie
    $600 17
Of "F Troop", "C.P.O. Sharkey", or "You'll Never Get Rich", the one not set in the Army
    $600 16
Besides "of", only other word in the Pledge of Allegiance that begins with "O"
    $800 14
Art historians tend to agree that Renaissance art began with Vasari in this Italian city
    DD: $1,000 20
High school whose T-shirt was worn by character whose theme was the following:

["Axel F" plays.]
    DD: $1,000 5
2 of 3 maritime provinces you might include on your tour of Eastern Canada
    $800 23
Rank that falls between major & colonel
    $800 22
To kiss
    $1000 15
As his eyesight failed, he turned to sculpting his dancers instead of painting them
    $1000 19
Best Actress winner for 1980 film, she was voice of 2nd brain in Steve Martin's "The Man with 2 Brains"
    $1000 6
Called the "Riviera of South America", this country's most popular beach resort Punta del Este
    $1000 24
The Army's largest overseas combat unit, the 7th Army, is headquartered in this German city
    $1000 21
A wine expert

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jane Lisa Janice
$2,500 $4,100 -$2,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Sex tests for women, protests by Blacks, & the altitude were controversies of the Olympics in this year

Final scores:

Jane Lisa Janice
$2,000 $5,001 -$2,700
2nd place: trip on Eastern to Jamaica & stay at the Sandals New champion: $5,001 3rd place: KitchenAid dishwasher

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jane Lisa Janice
$2,500 $4,100 -$700
12 R,
5 W
14 R,
2 W
10 R,
11 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $5,900

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Game tape date: 1985-12-11
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