Show #419 - Thursday, April 17, 1986

Guy Tonti game 4.


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Carroll Lachnit, a reporter from Santa Ana, California

Cassius Titus, a credit analyst from Corona, New York

Guy Tonti, a telecommunications manager from San Francisco, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $23,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
State where you can visit "Barbara Mandrell Country", across from Mandrell 1-hour Photo
    $100 1
It's the point directly above the focus of an earthquake
    $100 2
Network that has "Heaven", "Hell", & "Elsewhere" all on the same night
    $100 26
One way to maintain this popular "apartment" carpeting of the '60s was to rake it
    $100 21
With full names of this brother & sister duo, "We've Only Just Begun" this category
    $100 7
Charlie the tuna would be happy to be caught in this, a "fyke"
    $200 17
In this country's restaurants you might try local wines, Friedman, Yarden & Carmel
    $200 3
Term for a quantity or measurement which remains standard, never changing in magnitude
    $200 9
Series which spawned such books as "Ernie Gets Lost" & "Bert & Ernie on the Go"
    $200 27
To be an official Oriental rug, you must be handwoven in Asia or on this continent
    $200 22
Not just a famous carpenter, he was also a good shepherd
    $200 8
You can get this, a "bleb", from shoes that rub
    $300 18
Sights seen by the Duprees in the 1st line of their 1962 hit "You Belong To Me"
    $300 4
Derived from lichens, some turn red in acid solutions, some blue in alkaline solutions
    $300 10
The original 3 sons on "My Three Sons" were Mike, Robbie & him
    $300 23
Oyster eating pair "walking close at hand" on the beach in Lewis Carroll poem
    $300 13
A "pung" is a vehicle used mostly in this season
    $400 19
This world capital's Hall of Supreme Harmony is now a public museum
    $400 5
It was Oliver Wendell Holmes who suggested this term for the process of using ether
    $400 11
While Mr. Novak taught at Jefferson High, this title "Mr." taught at Jefferson Jr. High
    $400 24
Educator Allan Carpenter has written over 135 books, including 50 geography books on these
    $400 14
What Prince Albert would do with an Irish "dudeen"
    $500 20
On "This Is Your Life" this TV traveloguer cried "This is a sinister conspiracy!" & refused to smile
    $500 6
Heinrich Schwabe not only studied sunspots, but discovered the "Great Red Spot" on this planet too
    $500 12
Name shared by Bill Bixby as Eddie's father & Frankie Thomas as a "Space Cadet"
    $500 25
He went from test pilot to astronaut to aquanaut
    $500 15
"Crambo" is a game played by doing this with words

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

Guy Cassius Carroll
$1,800 -$300 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Guy Cassius Carroll
$2,600 -$700 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
Upon landing in the Philippines in 1944, General MacArthur said these 3 famous words
    $200 10
The wine glass is placed to the right of this glass
    $200 9
A lineman said, "When you tackle Earl Campbell, it reduces" this, your mental measurement
    $200 1
This Minnesota city is said to have largest Scandinavian population outside Stockholm
    $200 2
Thornton Wilder "cut corners" presenting Grover's Corners in this classic play
    $200 17
Of male or female, sex of the workers in an ant colony
    $400 23
1st dogfight involving jet planes occurred in this war
    $400 11
In a European theater, you face this way when passing others already seated in your row
    $400 13
Woody Allen said when you eat with this sportscaster, "he broadcasts the meal"
    $400 5
Only auto tunnel crossing Canadian border runs from Windsor, Ont. to this city
    $400 3
"The Woman's Prize, or the Tamer Tamed" was John Fletcher's sequel to this play of Shakespeare's
    $400 18
Of the Green Lantern, Green Arrow, & Green Hornet, 1 who doesn't wear a hat with his costume
    $600 24
As a result of World War I, this country lost control of Tanganyka, Togo, S.W. Africa & Cameroon
    $600 12
French for "entrance", theoretically, this course is just an introduction to main part of a meal
    $600 14
With "a little humility, I would be perfect", said this owner of 2 Atlanta teams
    $600 6
Great Falls, Montana was named for the falls on this river
    $600 4
In title of 1950 play, "Come Back Little Sheba" what little Sheba is
    $600 19
Of the 12, month in which the 1985 NHL regular season play began
    DD: $1,000 27
At a West Point wedding, the reason the bride always stands at the groom's right side
    $800 15
Minnesota Fats said dressing a pool player in this is "putting whipped cream on a hot dog"
    DD: $2,000 7
Out of gratitude for French aid in the Revolutionary War, a Kentucky city was named this
    $800 25
Hammett's suggestion of a Scottish court case for a plot became her "Children's Hour"
    $800 20
Of the 39 Presidents, 1 whose face is on the top selling Halloween mask bought by adults
    $1000 16
Asked why his knee was bothering him, this 40-year-old crew-cut QB said "it's old"
    $1000 8
Frank Hague was political "boss" & mayor of this New Jersey city for 30 years
    $1000 26
As prolific as Stephen King, this 19th c. Fr. author wrote over 70 plays in 30 years, including "Christine"
    $1000 21
Of the more than 1000 guest stars on "The Love Boat", this guitarist has been on the most--9 times

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Guy Cassius Carroll
$6,600 $500 $600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Term for the work a craftsman presented to the guild to qualify for a raise to the top rank

Final scores:

Guy Cassius Carroll
$5,200 $1 $1,200
4-day champion: $28,800 3rd place: Code-A-Phone answering machine & telephone 2nd place: La-Z Boy sofa + Carrington House carpets

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Guy Cassius Carroll
$5,400 $500 $400
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
5 R,
6 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W

Combined Coryat: $6,300

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Game tape date: 1985-11-19
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