Show #364 - Thursday, January 30, 1986

Beryl Arbit game 4.


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Mitch Gilaty, a corporate finance specialist from San Francisco, California

Lucille Clifton, a professor of literature from Santa Cruz, California

Beryl Arbit, a legal assistant from Encino, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 20
"The Sea of Grass" was the only western this "Pat & Mike" pair made
    $100 17
James Bond gets a dizzy "View to a Kill" battling Grace Jones on this Parisian landmark
    $100 9
    $100 6
Volume of a 2 inch ice cube
    $100 16
A British racetrack, or a man's scarf
    $100 1
If they don't send you your refund in 45 days, this fed'l agency must pay you interest
    $200 24
In "The Left-Handed Gun", Paul Newman played this young outlaw who was really right-handed
    $200 23
It's now against rules to camp here, but Washington's army spent a whole winter
    $200 12
To sift or separate, as the grain from the chaff
    $200 7
Hindus challenged the logic of positive numbers by introducing these to stand for debts
    $200 18
French King Louis XIV, not a woman, 1st introduced this type of footwear
    $200 2
Up 12.2% from 1983, sales of this carcinogenic product earned the government $4.6 billion in 1984
    $300 25
They co-wrote & co-starred in "My Little Chickadee"
    $300 27
Its 2 bridge towers, tallest in the world, are painted orange, not gold
    $300 13
Not to be "pooh poohed" is this bronze statuette awarded annually for fashion design
    $300 8
9 divided into any power of 10 always leaves this as a remainder
    $300 19
In Rome, a stripe of this "royal" color on clothes at 1 time noted citizenship
    $300 3
This state, only 26 years old, has the highest amount paid in taxes per capita
    $400 26
The lengthy title shoot-out in this film historically lasted only about 30 seconds
    $400 29
Once beheaded, later blindfolded, it's Copenhagen Harbor's tribute to Hans C. Andersen
    $400 14
Indian tribe whose name means "people of the filthy water", not "people of the R.V."
    $400 10
A number that can be divided only by itself & 1, such as 7
    $400 21
Part of a dress bodice containing the neckline, it might be scrambled or poached
    $400 4
This state, only 26 years old, has the highest life expectancy
    $500 28
He became a top western star in 1964's "Per Un Pugno Di Dollari"
    DD: $400 30
17 mos. & 5 sides after 1943 groundbreaking, it became world's largest office building
    $500 15
In 1966, the New Vaudeville Band blamed this English church for an unrequited love
    $500 11
You'd study the binomial theorem in this branch of mathematics
    $500 22
Name of sports garment derived from knit tunics made for Channel Island fishermen
    $500 5
Highest level of government in U.S. to collect the death tax

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Beryl Lucille Mitch
$1,700 $900 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beryl Lucille Mitch
$3,000 $2,000 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
While an MBA degree can mean "more bucks ahead", MBA stands for this
    $200 17
Vice president who was named after Rhode Island senator Nelson Aldrich, his grandfather
    $200 7
1985 burlesque musical featuring Ben Vereen, or what was paired in burlesque with "bump"
    $200 22
In 1972, Oregon became 1st state to prohibit sale of beverages in these containers
    $200 12
19th C. Oneida community, where all was shared, had legal problems because of sharing these
    $200 1
Nickname of Pittsburgh Steelers' great defensive lineman, Joe Greene
    $400 23
With these "plain packaged brands", labels for dog food, champagne, & toothpaste all look similar
    $400 18
Last Vice President to become President
    $400 8
In 1977, theatergoers listened "Side by Side by" this songwriter
    $400 27
Foxes eating rabbits while rabbits multiply quickly is an example of this
    DD: $400 13
Popular song of faith heard here:

"Everytime I hear a newborn baby cry, / Or touch a leaf, or see the sky, / Then I know why"
    $400 2
Bobby Clarke, Bobby Orr, & Bobby Hull all played this game professionally
    $600 24
"A company called" this might also be called for a credit check
    $600 19
Last vice president to serve out 2 full terms
    $600 9
Ziegfeld had his "Follies", Earl Carroll his "Vanities", & this man his "Scandals"
    $600 28
The 2 main countries still killing large numbers of endangered species of whales
    $600 14
Both this founder of the Mormon church & his successor, Brigham Young, were born in Vermont
    $600 3
In volume of business, it's leading snow skiing state in the east
    $800 25
"Have you driven a Ford lately?" is a "new" line for this oldest ad agency in U.S.
    DD: $1,400 20
He was the 1st vice-president to become president
    $800 10
Adaptation of Garbo's "Ninotchka" that featured a Cole Porter score
    $800 15
A tower with upcurving roofs on each level commonly associated with Buddhist temples
    $800 4
A "Baltimore chop" can be seen not in a butcher shop but in this sport
    $1000 26
This "J.R."-type Texas oilman is said to have forced Gulf Oil's merger into Chevron
    $1000 21
Implicated in N.Y. custom house scandal, he still went on to become VP, then pres., when Garfield died
    $1000 11
Memorable calendar song 1st sung in 1938's forgettable "Knickerbocker Holiday"
    $1000 16
Marylander who became 1st North American-born Roman Catholic saint
    $1000 5
Tennessee pro golfer Cary Middlecoff's other occupation

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beryl Lucille Mitch
$10,400 $3,800 $4,100
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of 3 world capitals on the Danube River

Final scores:

Beryl Lucille Mitch
$9,800 $0 $8,100
4-day champion: $41,001 3rd place: Frigidaire microwave oven 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa + Stiffel's table lamps

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Beryl Lucille Mitch
$9,900 $3,800 $4,100
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
13 R,
2 W
17 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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Game tape date: 1985-09-18
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