Show #426 - Monday, April 28, 1986


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Frank Sanello, a journalist originally from Joliet, Illinois

Nancy Carr, a teacher from Los Angeles, California

Charles Goldstein, a medical student from Guadalajara, Mexico (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,250)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Zowie!)
    $100 1
Legend says, using only a hammer, he beat a steam drill digging a tunnel
    $100 18
Hawaii is the only state that lies outside this continent
    $100 20
According to both the Beatles & Brasil '66, "nobody wants to know him"
    $100 13
Brides keep their "hope" in this
    $100 8
You'd find coriander on this rack in the grocery store
    $100 6
The 1st entrance to it was through a grandfather clock
    $200 2
After Menelaus got her back from Troy, it's reported they lived happily ever after
    $200 19
Though it has less than 10% of state's population, this island is bigger than all the others combined
    $200 22
Anthony Newley wanted to stop the world & get off to sing this song
    $200 14
When cowboys "cut the dust" at a saloon, they get one of these
    $200 9
Since 1979, "Good Vibrations" has been this soft drink's theme song
    $200 7
His clownish face came from falling into a chemical vat at the Monarch Playing Card Company
    $300 3
Legend has it this hunter became the 1st constellation
    $300 21
Hawaii-born entertainer who got her start performing in a bath house
    $300 23
25 years apart, Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers & Diana Ross asked this question
    DD: $500 25
Animal mentioned in the title of the following:

[Instrumental music plays]
    $300 10
Only common edible fruit that produces a common cooking oil
    $300 15
While Batman came from Detective Comics, this actor who played him came from TV's "The Detectives"
    $400 4
This word for sudden fear came from the Greek nature god who induced it in humans
    $400 27
Today, there are less than 10,000 full-blooded Hawaiians, who belong to this Pacific island race
    $400 24
Doobie Brothers tune about a nitwit's notions
    $400 26
It was established as the volume of 1 kg of water at 4ÂșC & standard atmospheric pressure
    $400 11
Your potatoes are mixed with these if they are served lyonnaise
    $400 16
While Bruce Wayne has adopted Jason Todd, Dick Grayson was only this to him
    $500 5
In Arabian folklore, they were a class of good or evil spirits that could assume animal or human form
    $500 28
Hawaii's 1st king, he established it as an independent kingdom in 1810
    $500 12
Nashville hotel which offered a new blend of coffee at the turn of the century, it's now a brand name
    $500 17
He has been hailed by Batman as "the greatest gentleman's gentleman in the world"

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

Charles Nancy Frank
$500 $0 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charles Nancy Frank
$1,700 $1,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
When this Illinois lawyer told a funny story in court, the clerk was fined $5 for laughing
    $200 13
When teaching a dog this, putting down papers merely increases problems
    $200 26
In the 8th & 9th centuries, coins were issued by the archbishops of York & this English city
    $200 1
"Exiles" was the only play this author of "Ulysses" ever wrote
    $200 8
Fungi cannot make their own food because they lack this green stuff
    $200 4
2 days after their '85 season ended, the Astros & the Pirates both did this to their managers
    $400 20
When he visited the Chinese landmark, he commented, "I must say that the Great Wall is a great wall"
    $400 18
Old West pioneers used greyhounds to chase jackrabbits & Canis latrans, this wild member of dog family
    $400 27
Due to a 1797 silver shortage, these Spanish "pirate coins" were counter-marked & used as English money
    $400 2
In "Betrayal", Harold Pinter tells the play's story chronologically this way
    $400 14
You'd find ocotillo, paloverde, & prickly pear growing in this type of arid region
    $400 5
What you hold with an eastern or continental grip
    $600 23
2 presidents associated with Tennessee both had the same last initial & this 1st name
    $600 19
More than 800 years ago, the Lhasa apso originated in this country whose capital is Lhasa
    $600 28
A zealous hunter of counterfeiters, this English physicist was "master of the Mint" in early 18th century
    $600 3
Produced in NYC in 1894, "Arms & The Man" was this Britisher's 1st play presented in U.S.
    $600 15
A taxonomist does this to plants as well as animals
    $600 6
In 1985, Crenshaw High in L.A. had 5 300-lb. football players at this lineman position
    $800 24
In 1914, this ex-U.S. president helped explore & map parts of Brazil
    $800 21
The pug is a correctly proportioned miniature of this huge guard dog breed
    $800 9
Noel Coward wrote this "haunting" comedy in only 5 days
    DD: $800 16
The blade, petiole, & stipule are the 3 main parts of this
    $800 7
A matador's fighting uniform is called a "traje de luces", meaning this
    DD: $2,000 25
Only New Jersey governor to become president
    $1000 22
Term for an unweaned puppy
    $1000 10
He added concept of 3rd actor to Greek tragedy &, at 28, beat Aeschylus in dramatic competition
    $1000 17
Saffron is a type of seasoning & type of this spring flower it comes from
    $1000 12
The only 2 brothers to have both held a world heavyweight boxing title

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charles Nancy Frank
$7,900 $1,800 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Source from which Lincoln quoted, "a house divided against itself cannot stand"

Final scores:

Charles Nancy Frank
$9,400 $3,600 $12,300
2nd place: trip to Diplomat Resort, Hollywood, Florida 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer New champion: $12,300

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Charles Nancy Frank
$7,900 $1,800 $5,700
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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Game tape date: 1985-12-03
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