Show #417 - Tuesday, April 15, 1986

Guy Tonti game 2.


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Debbie Ingram, a writer from Sherman Oaks, California

Chris Campbell, a lawyer from Long Beach, California

Guy Tonti, a telecommunications manager from San Francisco, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 12
Among vacationers in these Wisconsin gorges, you might find farmers, heigh-ho the derry-o
    $100 1
U.S. equivalent to the German Pfennig
    $100 17
"GULAG" is an acronym for this country's prison camp system
    $100 7
Mythological figure Connie Francis called "Stupid"
    $100 24
These "dam" animals are the second heaviest rodents in the world
    $100 2
Only 1 letter separates these 2 spellings for a feline & its rodent prey
    $200 13
Called "The Energy Capital of the World", this Tennessee town lent its name to "Elvira's" Boys
    $200 5
Coin named for a late 19th c. president of Transvaal, a Dutch state in South Africa
    DD: $500 20
This prison song hit No. 1 on the day the movie of the same name hit the theaters:

"The warden threw a party in the county jail / The prison band was there and they began to wail..."
    $200 8
She "picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has been"
    $200 25
In 1921, Marjorie, a dog, was the 1st diabetic creature kept alive by using this substance
    $200 3
According to the song, "I've got a girl from" this Michigan city
    $300 14
The Uinta Range, only major part of the Rockies to run east & west, lies primarily in this state
    $300 6
Group that had the hit "Money For Nothing", or what you're in if you've nothing for money
    $300 21
For over 700 years Newgate was this country's main prison
    $300 9
The girl wearing the beachwear that inspired this 1960 Brian Hyland hit was only 2 years old
    $300 26
"Not my tail, but this, is prehensile," said the giraffe, licking its eyebrows
    $300 4
From the Irish "smidirin", something exploded into fragments has been blown to this
    $400 15
The largest Coast Guard air station & one of largest Pacific fishing fleets are found in this state
    $400 18
In the summer of 1985, American Airlines fined passengers a total of $1.5 million for doing this
    $400 22
After winning 8 stays in over 11 years, Caryl Chessman was finally executed May 2, 1960 in this California prison
    $400 10
"If you look closer it's easy to trace" these
    $500 16
French for "foot of the mountain", it's region between the Appalachian Mtns. & Atlantic Coastal Plain
    $500 19
Reason Uncle Sam added a $3,200 tax on that new $90,000 Ferrari Testarossa you just bought
    $500 23
Kansas town once home to Wild Bill Hickok & Buffalo Bill, now home to major federal penitentiary
    $500 11
1962 Chubby Checker hit that asked, "How low can you go?"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Guy Chris Debbie
$1,500 $500 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Guy Chris Debbie
$1,800 $2,500 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
On March 21, 1935, Persia was officially renamed this
    $200 17
Among her famous perfumes are Bois des Iles, Cristalle, & No. 5
    $200 1
Jesus advised his disciples to be "wise as" serpents & "harmless as" these birds
    $200 12
Polystyrene that's been bubbled up to make drinking cups & packaging supports
    $200 15
In the song, "That little 'ol ant" had "high hopes" he could move this
    $200 7
In jacks, you have to pick up the jacks before the ball bounces this many times
    $400 3
Ptolemy's error in calculating this led Columbus to believe Asia could be reached by sailing west
    $400 18
Kind of apparel for which Fernando Sanchez is famous, you might just want to slip into it
    $400 20
Of Old Testament, New Testament or both, place you find "love thy neighbor as thyself"
    $400 13
Discovered in 1935, this strong plastic is used in gears, tubing & women's hose
    $400 25
Of temperature, soil, nutrients, or light exposure, most important factor in flowering
    $400 8
Most popular type of card game in the U.S. so shut up & deal
    $600 4
As news reporter in the Boer War, this statesman made a daring escape & crossed 300 miles of enemy territory
    $600 19
Despite her name, she's "big" in fashions for the working woman
    $600 21
Being tallest person in the country made him a logical choice for 1st king of Israel
    $600 14
Since 1950s, many artists prefer these durable plastic paints to oils
    $600 26
You'd find the brittlebrush, wolly daisy, & soapweed in this type of area
    $600 9
Regulation size for this piece of equipment is 9' x 5', 2'6" high, with a 6" high net
    $800 5
Claiming Czech officials had requested assistance, the U.S.S.R. invaded Czechoslovakia in this year
    DD: $100 29
Russian designer turned lithographer whose name is French pronunciation of his initials R.T.
    $800 22
Jacob's red-haired, hairy son
    $800 16
This plastic's familiar name is a contraction of the unfamiliar polytetrafluoroethylene
    $800 27
When Reggie Jackson hits a home run, he might thank this tree from which most bats are made
    $800 10
In pinochle, this card ranks next to the ace
    $1000 6
2 of the 3 countries which in the late 18th c. partitioned Poland out of existence
    $1000 30
Practicing punk style she "preaches", this middle-age English designer often dyes her own hair orange
    $1000 23
LBJ was quoting Isaiah when he said, "Come now, let us" do this "together"
    $1000 24
The word plastic comes from Greek "plastikos" meaning this
    $1000 28
A V-shaped indentation in the rings of a tree indicates this
    DD: $2,000 11
For Garry Kasparov what "R x R" denotes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Guy Chris Debbie
$7,900 $5,300 $1,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

With MacArthur & Eisenhower, 1 of 3 WWII generals who were only men to ever hold 5-star rank

Final scores:

Guy Chris Debbie
$10,600 $10,599 $1
2-day champion: $19,600 2nd place: Carrera Action Recliner by Lane + Alsy lamps 3rd place: Structo gas grill

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Guy Chris Debbie
$7,000 $5,000 $1,600
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
8 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $13,600

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Game tape date: 1985-11-19
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