Show #350 - Friday, January 10, 1986


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Pat Hanrahan, an actor from Stanton, California

Mary Jane Weidenkeller, a cost accountant from Santa Ana, California

Phyllis Grinell, a housewife from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 18
Telegraph, Russian, or Nob, for example
    $100 13
In "The Three Musketeers", line preceding "that is our device"
    $100 10
He was also 1st president to attend a circus, no lie
    $100 1
In French, it's abbreviated "Mlle."
    $100 5
Faced with a tough choice, people often find themselves on the horns of one
    $100 3
So far Moore & Connery have each done this appropriate number of Bond films
    $200 20
It's the reason the Argonauts headed to San Francisco in 1849
    $200 14
It was Francis Edward Smedley who said "all's fair" in these pursuits
    $200 24
Name for place to buy tickets, it comes from railroad car from which they were originally sold
    $200 2
Relatively speaking, it's the form of address for a nun
    $200 6
Unless playing for Cleveland, an Indian shouldn't stand up in this kind of canoe
    $200 19
Secretary to M, it's in her office Bond tosses his hat onto the rack
    $300 21
Attendance is so low in this stadium, it's said each Giant fan has his own private vendor
    $300 15
The 1861 "Book of Household Management" calls for "a place for everything &" this
    $300 25
Animals called "bulls" by circus workers
    $300 4
Swahili for "master" or "boss", it's what native bearers call safari leaders in old movies
    $300 7
Push a button or lower someone's spirit
    DD: $1,000 28
This was 1 of only 2 Bond films with a 2 word title:

[Instrumental music plays]
    $400 22
She served out assassinated mayor Moscone's term &, in 1979, was 1st woman elected mayor
    $400 16
Benjamin Disraeli wrote in 1847, "everything comes if a man will only" do this
    $400 26
One of its 1985 host ringmasters was Merv Griffin
    $400 11
Hebrew for "my master" & originally applied to masters of law, even Jesus was called this
    $400 8
Southern belles might do it at customs
    $500 23
The Hetch Hetchy project in this national park supplies water & electrical power to San Francisco
    $500 17
In 1818, Victor Cousin remarked "we need religion for religion's sake, morality for morality's sake", & this
    $500 27
If they're sent into the arena all at once, it's called a "bust out"
    $500 12
Ecclesiastical title of 1982 Christopher Reeve film in which he's the Pope's business manager
    $500 9
Once it's cast, change is impossible
    $500 29
In the film "On Her Majesty's Secret Service", he was the only Bond to marry

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

Phyllis Mary Jane Pat
$800 $300 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phyllis Mary Jane Pat
$1,600 $1,100 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
September 30, 1938 papers read "4-Power Peace Pact Signed, Sudetenland Given To" him
    $200 20
A Spanish dancer's instrument or how to catch a fish
    $200 2
The word "bus", referring to the passenger vehicle, is a shortened form of this word
    $200 17
In the official 1982 Supreme Court picture, though 5 are seated, she's standing in the back
    $200 6
Total number of balls on the table at the start of a game of pool
    $200 16
In "The Seven Percent Solution", this Austrian neurologist treated Sherlock Holmes
    $400 5
On Aug. 24, 1964, the L.A. Times read "18,700 Shriek for" them "at Show in Bowl"
    $400 3
From "Joachims-Thaler", a village in Bohemia, comes the name of this money standard
    $400 18
Since 1869, the bench has regularly held this total number of justices
    $400 10
In a 1985 controversy, Wimbledon officials made Anne White take it off
    $400 22
Portion of the personality concerned with basic bodily urges, or the land of a comic strip wizard
    $600 7
October 1, 1955: "Film Star Dies in Auto Crash"
    $600 4
Modern office job which began as a "secret" confidential officer in the Middle Ages
    $600 19
"The Great Dissenter", he was son & namesake of poet who wrote "Old Ironsides"
    DD: $1,400 11
3 of the 4 items thrown in Olympic track & field events
    $600 23
A tense emotional state characterized by fear, people claim "attacks" of it
    DD: $800 8
Headlines of both Nov. 4, 1948, & Nov. 6, 1980 had them explaining why they erred
    $800 14
East Belgium town known for its baths & mineral springs, it's become a generic name
    $800 26
Name in common to the last 2 Chief Justices
    $800 12
With the shakehand grip both sides are used; with the penholder only the front hits the ball
    $800 24
Term for reference group to which experiment results of the treated group are compared
    $1000 9
Along with coronation in June 1953, papers read "Britons Conquer" this "as a 'Gift' for Queen"
    $1000 21
Some of its steps are cramp roll, ball change, & shuffle
    $1000 15
Fragmentation shell invented in 1784 & named for its inventor
    $1000 27
As Chief Justice & President, he is only person in U.S. history to head 2 federal government branches
    $1000 13
It's made from kapok covered with yarn, enclosed in a leather cover sewn with smooth seams
    $1000 25
1982 sitcom about "fitting in" in high school, its title is from a prop in a visual motor intel. test

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phyllis Mary Jane Pat
$3,600 $1,500 $9,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Abbreviations of the 2 radio frequency ranks falling between high frequency & super high frequency

Final scores:

Phyllis Mary Jane Pat
$3,100 $2,900 $8,000
2nd place: trip to San Francisco 3rd place: Helbros his & hers watch collection New champion: $8,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Phyllis Mary Jane Pat
$3,600 $2,300 $7,500
14 R,
3 W
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $13,400

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Game tape date: 1985-09-09
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