Show #522 - Tuesday, December 9, 1986


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Esther Walling, a junior high school teacher originally from Redding, California

Steven Goldstein, a sales manager from Rancho Palos Verdes, California

Bill Ryan, a national sales representative from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
About 1860, a German druggist reported the isolation of this drug from coca leaves
    $100 9
60% of this country's population lives adjacent to the Great Lakes
    $100 12
His career as a lieutenant reached a "peak" in Colorado in 1806
    $100 13
Morton Salt slogan illustrated by a little girl carrying an umbrella
    $100 18
Once strictly taboo, some say it's now acceptable for a bride to wear this color for a 2nd wedding
    $100 1
Say you, say me, say he won an Oscar in '86 for Best Original Song
    $200 5
The 1st practical metal one with a hollow needle was invented in 1853
    $200 27
It's Hiawatha's "Gitche Gumee", "shining big sea water", & big it is
    $200 23
Nickname of both Amos 'n' Andy's friend George Stevens & Louisiana gov. Huey Long
    $200 14
Product whose ads, in the '50s & '60s, asked, "Does she or doesn't she"?
    $200 19
At military weddings, an arch of swords is made only if the bride or groom is one of these
    $200 2
From the song, "Ain't We Got Fun", phrase that precedes "and the poor get poorer"
    $300 6
Family of fruit a Scottish doctor prescribed in 1785 to prevent scurvy in British sailors
    $300 28
Farmer's Almanac claims biggest source of pollution for Lake Ontario is this other Great Lake
    $300 24
Member of the cod family, or famed abstract artist Jackson
    $300 15
In the world of tires, they called themselves "the other guys"
    $300 20
Person who heads the processional in a traditional Orthodox Jewish wedding
    $300 3
Show which often ends with Robin Leach's "champagne wishes & caviar dreams"
    $400 7
Examinations of one of these from 1000 B.C. shows that tuberculosis existed among Egyptians
    $400 29
These 2 lakes can be considered one, since they are joined by the deep, wide Straits of Mackinac
    $400 25
If Sam hadn't changed his name, MGM would have been called this
    $400 16
People are "glad" they "met" this insurance company
    $400 21
Hours after this 1981 wedding, garment maker Sidney Ellis sold 100 copies of the gown for $750 each
    $400 10
Tough lyrics say "You've gone too far", this Hall & Oates song went as far as it could, to #1, in 1977
    $500 8
It's said a Spanish surgeon 1st described this venereal disease, recognized in members of Columbus' crew
    $500 26
Lincoln's Treasury Secretary, later U.S. Chief Justice, he appears on $10,000 bill
    $500 17
You can't fly this "fly me" airline anymore, since Pan Am took it over in 1979
    $500 22
Because eating raw rice can kill wildlife, this edible is now thrown at many weddings instead
    $500 11
It's attributed to the Duchess of Windsor & likely echoed by anorexics in Beverly Hill

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Bill Steven Esther
$700 $900 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Steven Esther
$500 $3,100 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
After the September 1930 elections, it was the 2nd largest party in Germany
    $200 6
Since Detroit's baseball team was the Tigers, this name was chosen for its football team
    $200 25
This historical series could have been called "The Half-Dozen Spouses of Henry Tudor"
    $200 16
Jesus told his disciples they were this kind of "salt"
    $200 1
Alas & alack, it's Linda Ronstadt's hard luck hit of 1978
    $400 12
The December 1901 Ladies Home Journal had the 1st ad for these ornaments, made by GE
    $400 26
In "Stopping by Woods..." Frost concluded "But I have promises to keep, & miles to go before" doing this
    $400 7
Following a touchback, the ball is placed here
    $400 24
The Ethiopian Church considers him a saint, though he condemned Jesus to death
    $400 2
It's why Dracula might crave Geritol after one too many anemic victims
    $600 13
The 47-volume analysis leaked to the press by Daniel Ellsberg in 1971
    DD: $1,000 19
Beatles song which ends, "Yeah, yeah, yeah; yeah, yeah, yeah; yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah"
    $600 8
Though he never played for Philadelphia, this great Colt, 49er & Giant QB was called "The Bald Eagle"
    $600 23
Jesus restored this part of the high priest's servant's body after Peter cut it off
    $600 3
Commonly attributed to Shakespeare, but actually a misquote, is this saying which ends "but mine own"
    $800 14
Like Charles & Diana's, their Nov. 20, 1947 wedding also drew worldwide attention
    $800 18
Turning his back on his buddies, this character winds up on the phone asking, "Hello, Clara?"
    $800 9
The Raisin, Grape, Oil, Alamo, Mercy, Delta, Bacardi, Aviation & Gotham
    $800 22
James said faith without works is this
    $800 4
You might become rich by investing in the companies listed on this company's 500 index
    $1000 15
On April 15, 1954, she told Japan's Diet that birth control would solve their overpopulation problem
    $1000 17
Song which concludes, "3 cheers for the red, white & blue"
    $1000 10
Current chairman of the President's Physical Fitness Council is this former pro coach
    $1000 21
Having played his aunt in "Nicholas & Alexandra", Janet Suzman played his wife in "The Last Viceroy"
    $1000 20
According to Christian tradition, he was the only one of 12 Apostles to die a natural death
    DD: $1,000 5
Title of the following:

[Instrumental music plays.]

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Steven Esther
-$500 $4,300 $600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Cities in which G. Washington, only U.S. president inaugurated in 2 different cities, took the oath of office

Final scores:

Bill Steven Esther
-$500 $5,000 $1,190
3rd place: Tappan electric range with microwave on top New champion: $5,000 2nd place: trip on Eastern to St. Thomas & stay at the Frenchman's Reef Resort

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Steven Esther
$500 $4,300 $600
17 R,
10 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $5,400

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Game tape date: 1986-09-17
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