Show #365 - Friday, January 31, 1986

Beryl Arbit game 5.


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Sam Auster, a writer and a director from Los Angeles, California

Garth Sturdevant, a United States Marine Corps major from Encinitas, California

Beryl Arbit, a legal assistant from Encino, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $41,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: I just want to explain for you and the gentlemen that the category up there, [*], has to do with tabloids that you could have picked up in the supermarket in a one-week period this past year.)
    $100 2
As of July 1, 1985, you can be fined in Michigan if not wearing it while driving
    $100 17
Soviet space probe discovers "ruined temples" on this 4th planet from Sun
    $100 4
Lair of lions, thieves, or suburban husbands
    $100 16
In famous 1810 painting by Jacques Louis David, hand Napoleon has tucked in his vest
    $100 26
Completes "I'm strong to the finish..."
    $100 1
Town which was the setting for "Green Acres"
    $200 3
They were 1st used for riding long after they were used to pull chariots
    $200 18
"Ford models' supermarket no-cooking" & "4-day wonder" are among tabloid versions of these
    $200 5
From Latin for "wagon", it's an automobile
    $200 19
If you're facing Whistler's mother, she's looking off in this direction
    $200 27
Daughter of Nana & Cole, sister of Castor, her 1st boyfriend was Ham Gravy
    $200 12
Between "The Hazards of Helen" in 1915 & "Oceans 11" in 1961, he played in hundreds of films
    $300 9
On Nov. 17, 1869, French imperial yacht "Aigle" was 1st ship to pass through this canal
    $300 23
Headline proclaims "Bob Hope owes career start to" this type of twins
    $300 6
Nickname of famous football coach Glenn Warner
    $300 20
Direction you have to look to view the famous "The Creation of Adam"
    $300 28
He was billed as "lower than bilge scum, meaner than Satan, & strong as an ox"
    $300 13
Among birds of Strigiform order, some laugh, some whistle, & some are grouped as this
    $400 10
Michael J. Fox gets "Back to the Future" in an atomic powered version of this sports car
    $400 24
This "raging" mystery forest creature "kills 2 scientists", says guide who survived
    $400 7
Taylor which might attract lightning
    DD: $500 21
Color of the Mona Lisa's eyes
    $400 29
Born in Washington, D.C. in 1854, his marches accompanied the Marines & Popeye into fights
    $400 14
A mildly lascivious dance done by women in old carnival side shows
    $500 11
In April 1981, this Space Shuttle was the 1st winged aircraft to fly in space
    $500 25
The same week the National Examiner said antiperspirants cause itching, this paper said they relieve it
    $500 8
A slightly incurved stick of pernambuco about 30 inches long, with a band of horsehair end to end
    $500 22
Objects melted over the landscape in Dali's "The Persistence of Memory"
    $500 15
Raise a ruckus

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

Beryl Garth Sam
$1,500 $1,000 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beryl Garth Sam
$3,700 $1,900 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Of the 80 known to have been built in Egypt, all sit with corners oriented to the 4 compass points
    $200 18
To raise money to get married, he tried to sell his phone patent to Western Union
    $200 2
In sign language, this letter can hold Winston Churchill's cigar
    $200 1
Though Ron Howard thought this name came from a band-leader Andy Griffith once saw, it didn't
    $200 11
According to the American Legion, "it should be hoisted briskly & lowered ceremoniously"
    $200 8
Network whose motto is "we've got the touch"
    $400 15
"I am a citizen, not of Athens or Greece, but of the world," said this philosopher
    $400 22
Civil War doctor who invented a cotton planter as well as a famous machine gun
    $400 3
It was assigned one dot in Morse code because of its common use
    $400 13
This game show staged a parade in Ohio, with Vanna appearing in person & Pat edited in later
    $400 9
According to American slang, if you put the touch on someone what you expect to get
    $600 16
Called "unattractive & short" he was convicted of corrupting the young in 399 B.C.
    $600 23
Inventors Eli Whitney & Samuel Morse got a lock on their degrees at this college
    $600 5
One dot in Braille symbolizes this letter meaning "one"
    $600 14
Due to contamination in California, 1985 4th of July parties were lacking this fruit
    $600 10
1963 brought us Telstar 2 & these new phones to use it
    $800 17
With his picture on them, Roman coins could have been considered two-faced
    $800 24
In 1884, New York insurance agent Lewis Waterman patented the 1st practical one of these
    DD: $600 6
Of the English letters in the word "gnome", the 1 not to have a Greek letter look-alike
    $800 27
Her "Purple Rain" & "Falcon Crest" characters share this name, her own
    $800 19
Its capital is Charlotte Amalie
    DD: $1,700 12
Group who touched No. 4 on charts in '56 with the following:

"You-oo-'ve got the magic touch / It makes me glow so much / It casts a spell, it rings a bell / The magic touch"
    $1000 21
About 600 B.C., it became the most sacred shrine in Greece
    $1000 25
With kitchen in the middle, he made sure ½ the dining car would be free of windborne odors
    $1000 7
If a football ref held flags while signaling a 6 point score, it could semaphore this apt letter
    $1000 26
Picked to play John Lennon, Mark Lindsay was fired when producers found out his real name was this
    $1000 20
N.M.'s "Very Large Array" is aptly named world's largest array of these astronomy devices

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beryl Garth Sam
$7,000 $4,500 $2,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This singer had 3 number 1 hits in 1957, & 20 years later his daughter had one

Final scores:

Beryl Garth Sam
$7,000 $9,000 $1
2nd place: trip to San Francisco New champion: $9,000 3rd place: Shapiro & Son bedspread set

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Beryl Garth Sam
$8,800 $4,500 $2,400
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
1 W
8 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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Game tape date: 1985-09-18
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