Show #513 - Wednesday, November 26, 1986


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John Lackner, a teacher originally from Florida

Jim Jonsson, an English professor from Long Beach, California

Sally Mason, a writer from Santa Monica, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
What distinguishes an equestrian statue from a pedestrian one
    $100 10
In this '81 film, an English schoolboy goes century-hopping with six renegade dwarfs
    $100 7
It's the tone you get when you pick up the phone
    $100 1
At the close of its fiscal year, March 31, 1986, this island country had a trade surplus of $61.5 billion
    $100 13
Robin Williams introduced him at '86 Oscars as chairman of "the accounting firm of F., Murray & Abraham"
    $200 8
In Gainsborough painting, color of the blue boy's eyes
    $200 11
Now in its 23rd year, this BBC series about a Time Lord is longest-running S-F series in the world
    $200 19
To choose, harvest, or open a lock without a key
    $200 2
2,000 years ago they were "Han" & their country the "Middle Kingdom"; to us today they're this
    $200 14
State which lies across the Mississippi River from Arkansas & Louisiana
    $300 9
Words at top of 1917 James M. Flagg poster showing a bearded man pointing at the viewer
    DD: $200 12
Device used by the following to travel in time:
    $300 20
Presented at no cost to you, like this answer
    $300 3
Last name of the current prime minister of India
    $300 15
By far, this state is the birthplace of the most Kentucky Derby winners
    $400 17
Animal watching over Henri Rousseau's sleeping Gypsy
    $400 24
Total number of times Marty McFly travels forward or back in time in "Back to the Future"
    $400 22
To compel or create
    $400 4
It's said this 13th c. barbarian group brought the wheelbarrow to the West & eyeglasses to the East
    $400 16
It was The Rivingtons' follow-up to their '62 hit "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow"
    $500 21
Term for the art created before 16th century A.D. in Mesoamerican civilizations
    $500 25
As the ape Cornelius, he escaped from the planet of the apes by time traveling to our present
    $500 23
The padded cover put over a tea pot to keep the tea hot
    $500 5
The largest Soviet military base outside Warsaw Pact territory is on an ex-U.S. base in this country
    $500 18
A Denny's ad offering shrimp special thru June 30th added a sticker "holding it over" to this date

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

Sally Jim John
-$400 $1,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sally Jim John
$300 $2,700 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
His book "The Silent World" has been called "the skin diver's Bible"
    $200 10
Body parts most associated with twiddling
    $200 5
Known as "Dem Bums", dey' defeated da Yankees in '55 to win deir 1st World Series
    $200 1
In the song "Lola" (L-O-L-A, Lola), the champagne tasted like this cola (C-O-L-A, cola)
    $200 21
His 1st name is really James, but he uses his middle name
    $200 11
It's what Mason Locke Weems wrote that George Washington did as a child with a little hatchet
    $400 17
Triangular in shape, 20' across & weighing over 3000 lbs., this ray's name is Spanish for "blanket"
    $400 20
It's the largest bone of the face & the only one that moves freely
    $400 6
In April, Queen Elizabeth named Anthony Eden to succeed him as prime minister
    $400 2
All cookies ever eaten of this world's top selling brand, if stacked, would reach the Moon and back, twice
    $400 22
Among songs on his 1st solo album were "Gat Kirwani", "Fabla & Pakavaj" & "Guru & Vandana"
    $400 12
Among his poems are "Birches", "The Sound of the Trees", & "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
    $600 18
Term for the nostril of a whale
    $600 27
With about 40 times the total surface area of the skin, it's where the blood picks up oxygen
    $600 7
Millions of copies of his 1834 autobiography were printed in 1955 because of a kids' fad
    $600 3
Flavor of Wrigley's Big Red gum
    $600 23
The girl in "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds" has this type eyes
    $600 13
As Ben Franklin wrote, these "fell great oaks"
    $800 19
Time-Life called them the most primitive creatures to have mouth & stomach - but no backbone
    DD: $1,500 8
Alice, Brenda, Connie, Diane, Edith, Flora, Gladys, Hilda, Ione, & Janet
    $800 4
Grain that's malted in malted milk
    $800 24
The Harmony Ency. of Rock says their name was inspired by this American group with an insect name
    $800 14
In this poem, Samuel Woodworth paid tribute to part of a well
    $1000 9
He was the presiding officer of the senate
    $1000 25
It's both a drink of liqueur over shaved ice & a sherbet-like fruit-flavored mixture
    $1000 26
While they recorded their 1st album in less than a day, this mid-1967 album took months & months
    $1000 15
A strong descriptive adjective for an oak, or British author of "Under the Greenwood Tree"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sally Jim John
$3,300 $2,800 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The U.S.A. has hosted the Summer & Winter Olympic games this many times each

Final scores:

Sally Jim John
$6,599 $2,800 $1
2-day champion: $14,998 2nd place: Marcy home exercise module + Zenith 9" color TV 3rd place: Emerson audio/video center

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sally Jim John
$3,500 $4,300 $3,000
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $10,800

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Game tape date: 1986-09-10
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