Show #362 - Tuesday, January 28, 1986

Beryl Arbit game 2.


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Carol McAvoy, a marketing manager from San Diego, California

Jeff Ujczo, an antique consultant originally from Cleveland, Ohio

Beryl Arbit, a legal assistant from Encino, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 18
"Class" size of these groups can range from under 25 to hundreds of millions
    $100 2
The funnyman featured as "Fletch"
    $100 16
Muscle which extends up & forward from the hyoid bone to, & sometimes past, the lips
    $100 10
In December, 1952, about 4,000 Londoners died from this air pollution
    $100 21
Every Hawaiian word ends with one
    $100 1
Kind of refrigerator/ freezer you don't have to defrost
    $200 3
He's played the pope, Hitler, & Obi-Wan Kenobi
    $200 17
They're "set" in the mouths of fish
    $200 11
In the early 19th century, a series of these caused the Mississippi & Ohio rivers to flow backwards
    $200 22
Of chismo, shanky, & gnarly, the one that doesn't mean "great" in teen slang
    $200 5
    $300 4
Playing her, Liz Taylor broke film record for costume changes
    DD: $300 19
3 of the 4 general types of teeth in the adult human mouth
    $300 12
A firestorm destroyed over 8 square miles of Hamburg, Germany in 1943 as a result of this
    $300 23
Lycanthropy is the ability to change from a human to this
    $300 6
The mother of Ryan O'Neal's most recent offspring
    $400 8
In "The Defiant Ones", these 2 were stuck on each other
    $400 20
Comprised of a hard & soft portion, it's the roof of the mouth
    $400 13
In India in 1888, 246 people died as a result of this kind of "icy" storm
    $400 24
At 23, America's youngest general of his day, but he lost his stripes to the Sioux
    $400 7
The failure of a tennis player to keep one or both feet behind base line when serving
    $500 9
Played unfriendly Johnny Friendly who ruled "On the Waterfront"
    $500 26
It's the term for that thing that hangs down in the back of the mouth
    $500 14
Nearly a million people died when this Chinese river flooded in 1887
    $500 25
'50s "If I Didn't Care" group or Rorschach test "blots"
    $500 15
Movie director with penchant for clowns, his wife played one in his "La Strada"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Beryl Jeff Carol
$1,400 $400 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beryl Jeff Carol
$2,900 $1,200 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Another in our continuing series featuring U.S. states.)
(Alex: If you win the money, you receive awards as well on our program.)
    $200 11
This agricultural product was at 1 time used for money in Kentucky
    $200 1
The English would call these "French beans", not twine beans
    $200 26
This statue was 1st found in 1820, along with pieces of her arms
    $200 6
Moses, Saint Peter, and the infant Jesus have all been painted with these on
    $200 19
Some 19th century east Indian money was shaped like these, though it didn't grow on them
    $200 9
One of its earliest categories was for Best "Kinescope Show"
    $400 12
The main product of the Darby Dan Farm
    $400 2
Since advent of pasteurization, this brine or vinegar method is mostly used for flavor, not preserving
    $400 27
Probably at the outset, Chinese writing & this art form were almost identical
    $400 7
Ben Franklin needed them, so he invented them
    $400 22
Due to hoarding of metal coins after WWI, Germany issued currency made of this animal product
    $400 10
Washington called this badge, given to those wounded in action, the Badge of Military Merit
    $600 15
Though it's not known for sure where he wrote it, Stephen Foster wrote this Kentucky state song
    $600 3
It was grown in South Carolina in 1890, but was too costly to compete with Asian brews
    $600 8
Nearsighted Napoleon preferred using one of these
    $600 24
The white paper used for U.S. money has strands of these 2 colors in it
    DD: $700 13
For singing Irving Berlin & Duke Ellington songs, this singer won two of the 1st Grammys in 1958:

"We're having a heat wave / A tropical heat wave / The temperature's rising, / It isn't surprising, / She certainly can can-can"
    $800 16
Alben Barkley was last Kentuckian to hold this office
    $800 4
Flank steak quickly flame grilled & sliced in thin diagonal strips
    $800 20
Experts believe the distortion in El Greco's paintings was due to this defect
    DD: $600 25
Of basic national monetary units, this is the world's most common name
    $800 14
This Harper Lee novel about racial inequality, her 1st, won her a 1961 Pulitzer
    $1000 17
"All The King's Men" which won 1947 Pulitzer was written by this Kentuckian
    $1000 5
The 2 most popular flavorings used in candy
    $1000 21
His Babylonian code gave his subjects permission to use "aids to vision for infirm eyes"
    $1000 23
Term for money that must by law be accepted as payment of debt
    $1000 18
First awarded in 1947, its trophy includes the masks of comedy & tragedy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beryl Jeff Carol
$8,800 $1,800 $3,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Only the medley relay & this type of race begin with swimmers in water, not on starting block

Final scores:

Beryl Jeff Carol
$9,000 $3,300 $3,400
2-day champion: $21,201 3rd place: Ventura luggage set 2nd place: trip to Roseland Ranch in Stanfordville, New York

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Beryl Jeff Carol
$9,300 $1,800 $3,900
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
5 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $15,000

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Game tape date: 1985-09-18
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