Show #494 - Thursday, October 30, 1986

Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


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Peggy Kroencke, a personnel manager originally from Long Beach, California

Jeff Suto, a law student originally from Hacienda Heights, California

Sarah Frommer, an attorney from Santa Monica, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
George Washington's picture is on this state seal
    $100 6
It's worth a pound of cure
    $100 10
Even though they were boys, The Four Seasons played with this title toy in 1964
    $100 1
Checkpoint Charlie is the nickname for the crossing between halves of this city
    $100 8
Windows on the World
caps this New York City landmark
    $100 11
The only U.S. state that starts with "G"
    $200 18
Washington's will ordered that these be set free upon Martha's death
    $200 7
An Irish dancer, or about an ounce & a half of liquor
    $200 24
According to Roger Miller in 1966, "You can't" do this "in a buffalo herd"
    $200 2
The North African mainland lies only nine miles from this European country
    $200 9
The majority of Host International restaurants are located in these
    $200 15
Cucumbers, melons & pumpkins are all types of these
    $300 20
The estate of George's half-brother Lawrence,
first known as Little Hunting Creek
    $300 12
Cigarettes called 100s are this length
    $300 25
In 1971, The Osmonds went up & down & up & down the charts in 12 weeks with this song
    $300 3
You'd find the cities of Grunberg, Gdynia, & Gdansk, on a map of this country
    $300 19
They sneak into fancy restaurants & fool people with their instant coffee
    $300 16
What The Rascals were doing on a Sunday afternoon in 1967
    $400 21
Long before the Geneva Convention he insisted the British treat captured American officers as these, not criminals
    $400 13
Your car might use one in size 215. 60 VR-15
    DD: $300 26
Title of this 1982 hit, which cashed in on a phrase "quarter by quarter":

"I got a pocket full of quarters, and I'm headed to the arcade / "I don't have a lot of money, but I'm bringing ev'rything I made..."
    $400 4
Located in the West Midlands, it's England's second largest city
    $400 22
Among the top U.S. restaurants in sales, Andersen's in Buellton, California, uses this soup in its name
    $400 23
Black-footed albatrosses, or a 1985 Steven Spielberg production
    $500 14
While a troy or apothecary's pound is 12 ounces, this kind is 16
    $500 5
The words balcony, costume, & umbrella came to English from this modern language

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

Sarah Jeff Peggy
-$100 $1,800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Jeff Peggy
$0 $2,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
From Latin for 100 steps, it's one name for the scale with 100 degrees between freezing
and boiling
    $200 12
Even in a symphony orchestra, musicians call this a fiddle
    $200 23
From Old German "gelt", meaning service or income, it's a term for artisan groups of the Middle Ages
    $200 1
At the age of 13, James Fenimore Cooper entered this New Haven university
    $200 20
"Ua mau ke ea o ka aina i ka pono"
    $200 8
Fruit of the palm used in old radio programs to simulate galloping horses
    $400 7
A sponge-like solid formed on top of lava as it cools, it can smooth rough elbows
    $400 13
Mozart usually had a table in his home to indulge his passion for this game
    $400 24
From 1886 until his death in 1924, he only missed one year as president of the AFL
    $400 2
Harriet Beecher Stowe's father, four brothers & husband practiced this profession religiously
    $400 21
"Montani Semper Liberi" means "Mountaineers are always" this
    $400 17
William Cullen Bryant called it "the crashing of the chariot of God"
    $600 9
In the 1800s, Matthew Maury described this current as a river in the ocean
    $600 14
In case anyone asks, the 1st opera sung in Lithuanian was this composer's "La Traviata"
    DD: $600 25
Profession of someone who's a member of the AFM
    $600 3
Though he learned to speak French first, he wrote his novel such as "Of Human Bondage" in English
    $600 22
"North to the Future"
    $600 18
What an Uzi is
    DD: $2,000 10
Of argon, ozone, & CO2,
the one of highest concentration in our air, making up nearly 1% of the atmosphere
    $800 15
After the age of 90, this conductor featured in "Fantasia" recorded another 20 albums
    $800 28
Wage system where payment base is per unit of outputs
    $800 4
This Dostoyevsky title refers to Prince Lev Nikolayevich Myshkin
    $800 26
Longfellow poem on seeking higher goals, said to have been inspired by New York motto
    $800 19
Jews drown out Haman's name with graggers while the whole Megillah is read on this holiday
    $1000 11
A complex colloid that forms the essential living matter of organisms
    $1000 16
After surprising people with his "Surprise Symphony", he created "The Creation"
    $1000 29
This agreement, not to join a union during a workers' employment, sounds like a colorful canine
    $1000 5
Ulysses' father, or Hamlet's murderer
    $1000 27
Fact that Wyoming women were the 1st in the U.S. to vote & hold office is reflected in this two-word state motto

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Jeff Peggy
$1,400 $6,200 $600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of the only 2 generals in American history to serve as Secretary of State

Final scores:

Sarah Jeff Peggy
$1,201 $7,000 $600
2nd place New champion: $7,000 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sarah Jeff Peggy
$1,400 $8,200 $900
9 R,
4 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $10,500

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Game tape date: 1986-08-27
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