Show #361 - Monday, January 27, 1986

Beryl Arbit game 1.


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Beryl Arbit, a legal assistant from Encino, California

Bob Danielson, a financial analyst from Miami Springs, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,950)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: I think this is a category we used once before on our program and it becomes self-explanatory as we get into it.)
    $100 8
The Order of Lenin is this country's highest decoration
    $100 7
Once worn mostly for cosmetic reasons, it was common to take them out before meals
    $100 26
From Spanish "bobo", meaning dunce, a clumsy bird or the prize it might win
    $100 13
Vast majority of National Hockey League players are from this country
    $100 21
"Man of red earth" in Hebrew, since it's said God used red clay for the 1st man
    $100 5
Middle East country whose capital is Kuwait
    $200 4
From 1813 through WWII, it was Germany's highest military decoration
    $200 12
A former book seller began this cosmetics company in 1886, later naming it after the Bard's river
    $200 27
2 toes at the back act as braces to help them hold on as they peck at trees
    $200 14
Though it's the world's most popular sport, it hasn't succeeded on professional level in the U.S.
    $200 22
In polite society, you can do it with a basketball but not with a doughnut
    $200 6
NBC's "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color" was 1st broadcast this way in 1961
    $300 1
This country awards the Order of St. Olaf
    DD: $500 16
Before this was developed, people relied on perfumes, talcum powder, & bicarbonate of soda
    $300 15
As a boy, this baseball great earned money carrying satchels at the Mobile railroad depot
    $300 23
Some men do it reading "Playboy"; dogs do it to cool off
    $300 9
The radio show "Hear It Now" became this when adapted for television
    $400 2
A Briton who displays initials "V.C." after his name has received this medal
    $400 17
The 2nd century Greek, Galen, was 1st to give a skin care product this "cool" name
    $400 18
Basketball's former Baltimore Bullets now represent this city
    $400 24
In "The Mikado", Ko-Ko had a little one of these
    $400 10
Of a pound of bricks, a pound of feathers, or a pound of iron, the 1 which weighs the most
    $500 3
This country grants the Grand Cordon of the Supreme Order of the Chrysanthemum, but only to men
    $500 20
Romans used to shadow their eyelids gold with this, the world's most expensive spice
    $500 19
Of the 4 "major" pro tournaments, it's the only 1 Sam Snead never won
    $500 25
A watery way to rest tired feet
    $500 11
Until beaten by United 25 years ago, this airline was #1 in America

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Bob Beryl Lee
$1,800 $700 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Beryl Lee
$3,900 $3,000 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In Mallory, it seated 150, the siege perilous reserved for the most pure & perfect knight
    $200 10
Pliny the Younger was not his son but his nephew
    $200 13
Their movie partnership started in 1976 as a couple of "Silver Streakers"
    $200 11
Since his sons were musicians, this greatest Baroque composer could have written a family fugue
    $200 19
Where you'd hope to roll a 7 or 11 on the 1st throw in Las Vegas
    $400 26
"It vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail & ending with the grin"
    DD: $800 2
In 1969, Crosby, Stills, & Nash rode high on this North African train
    $400 6
Construction of this longest structure ever built began in 5th century B.C.
    $400 14
In 1985, they were the "Perfect" couple
    $400 12
Composer & conductor of official Olympic fanfare for 1984 Summer Games
    $400 20
From 1x1 to 9x9, for example
    $600 27
Robert Burns called this creature a "wee, sleekit, cow'rin tim'rous beastie"
    $600 3
For the ride on this, the French test pilot brought pate, the Saudi prince, a few dates for snacks
    $600 7
The Medes were allied in a dual empire with these people
    $600 15
The "reunion" of these Oscar winners in "Falling in Love" was labeled by one critic "falling asleep"
    $600 17
He did film scores for "Our Town" & "The Red Pony", as well as the ballet "Rodeo"
    $600 21
In this 1958 film, Lancaster & Hayworth were at 1, David Niven at another, & Wendy Hiller at a 3rd
    $800 4
It's what Reuter used to send the news between his German & Belgian telegraph stations
    $800 8
Its earliest recorded name was Albion
    $800 16
Newlyweds in "The Quiet Man", they split up 21 years later in "McLintock"
    $800 18
This Hungarian pianist helped many younger composers such as Wagner, Dvorak & Grieg
    DD: $2,500 22
The 1st line of "The Wiffenpoof Song"
    $1000 5
John Ford tried to drive it to an Academy Award, but "Gone with the Wind" won
    $1000 9
This Jewish "Roman" was only historian to provide contemporary account of Masada
    $1000 24
In 1930, she was "Min" & he was "Bill"
    $1000 25
Composer of the "London" & "Drum Roll" symphonies, he was an enthusiastic hunter & fisherman
    $1000 23
Unlike "a la carte", with each course charged separately, this meal comes complete at a fixed price

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Beryl Lee
$12,100 $9,900 $2,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In the 16th & 17th centuries it replaced Latin as the language of diplomacy & official documents

Final scores:

Bob Beryl Lee
$4,200 $12,201 $3,998
2nd place: Broyhill bedroom set + Bates bedspread New champion: $12,201 3rd place: General Electric VCR

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob Beryl Lee
$11,700 $8,000 $2,000
28 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
7 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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Game tape date: 1985-09-18
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