Show #418 - Wednesday, April 16, 1986

Guy Tonti game 3.
Missing introductions.


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Sally Kurtzman, a writer and English teacher from Denver, Colorado

Kirk Sanduski, an administrator from Sherman Oaks, California

Guy Tonti, a telecommunications manager from San Francisco, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: When you give a response you will have to point it out.)
    $100 2
Doing your job, or subject & title of a Studs Terkel book
    $100 8
The color of an apple blossom
    $100 21
In the Hallmark card logo, it's the symbol above the script
    $100 3
Line marking southern boundary of Earth's tropical zone, or a hot Henry Miller novel
    $100 10
He rounded up "The Wild Bunch"
    $100 1
Spot where a woman from India places her bindhi
    $200 4
The only relics he took from the island were his umbrella, goat-skin cap, & parrot
    $200 22
Did you ever notice how he begins his "60 Minutes" segments with "Did ya notice...?"
    $200 9
If you decided to swim around the island of Zanzibar, you'd be swimming in this ocean
    $200 16
1983 "Star Search" for a male vocalist ended with his winning $100,000
    $200 14
Body part the star of "Star 80" had augmented to increase her "Personal Best"
    $300 5
Romance genre which might begin, "From the dark castle, she saw a mysterious figure on the misty moor"
    $300 23
Of Madge the manicurist, Mr. Whipple, & the Maytag repairman, one who's been on TV the longest
    $300 11
The highest mountain south of the equator is on this continent
    $300 17
He was Ben Casey's mentor Dr. Zorba, though he wasn't Greek
    $300 15
The point on your palm known as the Mount of Venus
    $400 6
Of Byron, Keats, & Shelley, the number who lived beyond 40
    $400 24
Comedian who "sells" the famous watermelon-smashing "Sledge-O-Matic"
    $400 12
Of more, less, or about equal, the amount of land south of as compared to north of the equator
    $400 18
North Carolina senator who was member of Senate's Select Committee censuring McCarthy
    $400 20
If you were Mickey Mouse on a watch, how your hands would point at the military time of 2100 hours
    $500 7
Creator of "Jeeves", his initials stood for Pelham Grenville
    $500 25
His TV theme began "Everyone loves the king of the sea"
    $500 13
Possibly the oldest inhabited region of the world, it's the open grasslands of South Africa
    $500 19
"Newsweek" cover headlined "True West" called him
"Leading Man,

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Guy Kirk Sally
$300 -$100 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Guy Kirk Sally
$1,200 $500 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

X, Y, & Z
    $200 6
Since she received a doctorate from Georgetown U. in 1985, you can now call her Dr. Pearlie Mae
    $200 21
Not an awning, but a cracker or bread spread with cheese, meat, or relish
    $200 11
Because a man in free fall doesn't feel this force, he feels "weightless"
    $200 26
Man with a tan who was part of the vampire clan in "Love at First Bite"
    $200 1
Originally a citadel to protect the palace, this prison was stormed on July 14, 1789
    $200 16
The 2 highest waterfalls in North America are both in this California national park
    $400 7
The largest Black magazine in the world, in November 1985 it celebrated its 40th anniversary
    $400 22
Japanese for "spade roast", it's a dish of vegetables & beef slices cooked in soy sauce & sake
    $400 12
Substance used to establish the fixed points on both the Celsius & Fahrenheit scales
    $400 27
Playing the Count in 7 films, he titled his 1977 autobiography "Tall, Dark, & Gruesome"
    $400 2
In 1793, this king & queen lost their heads over the whole darn thing
    $400 17
It's directly opposite the nadir
    $600 8
Life & religion in the ghetto were the subjects of his 1953 novel "Go Tell It on the Mountain"
    DD: $500 23
At first, this breakfast dish had the word "German" in its name, but WWII sympathies made it "change sides"
    $600 13
Of a fulcrum, pulley, or inclined plane, the 1 from which the action of a screw derives
    $600 28
1967 Roman Polanski film subtitled, "Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are In My Neck"
    $600 3
Confined to a bathtub by skin disease, this patriot was killed there by Charlotte Corday
    $600 18
Only song starting with "X" ever to make Billboard's Top 40, it a"muse"d Olivia Newton-John
    $800 9
Known for freeing slaves, during Civil War she became only American woman to lead U.S. soldiers in battle
    $800 24
Beverage liked best by the "boys" in the armed forces
    $800 14
A rocket lifting off is a prime example of this one of Newton's laws of motion
    $800 4
Despite its name, only 1 in 700 died during this period of extreme repression
    DD: $1,400 19
1 of the 2 world currencies that begin with "Z"
    $1000 10
He was the 1st singer to record a non-classical album that sold more than 1 million copies
    $1000 25
Often mispronounced "tornado", a tournedo is not a storm, but this kind of steak
    $1000 15
The physical measure of disorder, it's what sets in to cause everything to break down eventually
    $1000 5
This radical group took its name from its headquarters on St. Jacques Street in Paris
    $1000 20
The woody element of a plant that acts as a conductor of water

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Guy Kirk Sally
$3,200 $1,100 $1,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1st given in 1969, it's the only Nobel Prize category added since awards began in 1901

Final scores:

Guy Kirk Sally
$4,000 $0 $2,399
3-day champion: $23,600 3rd place: Frigidaire electric range 2nd place: trip on Delta to New York & stay at the Milford Plaza

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Guy Kirk Sally
$4,600 $1,100 $1,700
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
9 W
7 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $7,400

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Game tape date: 1985-11-19
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