Show #446 - Monday, May 26, 1986

Marvin Shinkman game 1.


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Gary Galbraith, a waiter and a bartender originally from Paris, Kentucky

Marvin Shinkman, a stamp dealer from Van Nuys, California

Lisa May, a hotel auditor from Hawthorne, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $9,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
About half of Arizona's population lives in & around this, the capital city
    $100 9
It can precede pilot, weapon, or transmission
    $100 15
Cowboy's term for food & for the wagon that brought it
    $100 2
It was 1956 before a German court finally & officially declared him dead
    $100 10
The fighting Illini
    $100 7
This singer's autobiography is "The Raw Pearl"
    $200 16
He has represented Arizona in the Senate since 1952, with only one 4-year layoff
    $200 22
A favorite adjective of newscasters, it means "asserted without proof"
    $200 19
To eliminate this word, Kellogg's renamed 2 cereals "Super Golden Crisp" & "Frosted Flakes"
    $200 3
In 1920, the U.S. Senate refused to ratify this treaty ending World War I
    $200 11
Students in Red Square might wear "MSU" T-shirts for this school, the largest in Russia
    $200 8
She sang lead with 4 guys known as "The Romantics"
    $300 18
North Arizona city named for the pole from which Old Glory flew
    $300 4
In 1923, Yokohama & 1/2 of Tokyo were destroyed by one of these
    $300 12
Epitaph he picked for himself reads, "Father of the University of Virginia", but not, "3rd president"
    $300 17
An unsuccessful film was based on this successful song, Glen Campbell's 1st #1 hit
    $400 23
Ft. Apache, Ariz., not Ft. Apache, the Bronx, was setting for this kid's TV Western about U.S. Cavalry
    $400 5
British headlines on January 1, 1973 read "We're in" as the country joined this group
    $400 13
This service academy's Bancroft Hall, w/4000 seat mess hall, is believed to be world's largest dorm
    DD: $500 20
Group which had the following, their biggest hit in 1957:

"Ah, ya ya ya ya, ya ya ya ya, ya ya ya ya / Little darling oh little darling"
    $500 24
Community developed by Del Webb which has shopping malls, lakes & golf courses but no schools
    $500 6
Though overthrown as Argentina's president in 1955, he returned to power in 1973
    $500 14
Though it went co-ed in 1968, it's still considered by some to be America's oldest women's college
    $500 21
This group was probably "blue" when their "star" rose only to #25 with the song, "Who Do You Love"

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

Lisa Marvin Gary
-$600 $500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Marvin Gary
$500 $600 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
Hindi for a teacher & spiritual guide, such as the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
    $200 18
The Caribbean sea is technically part of this ocean
    $200 11
This mass of hexagonal wax cells has walls only 1/80-inch thick, but can support 30 times its weight
    $200 3
Because they were brothers, Ike's CIA director Allen & Sec. of State John Foster both had this name
    $200 25
To whip atomic particles into a high frequency scientists send them speeding around this machine
    $200 1
In the '70s, Orson assured us that Paul wouldn't sell this before its time
    $400 14
From Latin, "to bend the knee", it's what Catholics do when touching a knee to the floor
    $400 21
1 of the 2 U.S. dependencies in the Caribbean
    $400 12
A baby butterfly
    $400 4
Grand Ole Opry star Roy Acuff was 1948 Rep. nominee for governor of this state
    $400 26
At San Onofre or 3-Mile-Island, it's produced by fission heating water to steam
    $400 2
Welles' "amazing" avocation, he practiced it at the Hollywood Canteen & on The Merv Griffin Show
    $600 15
TV minister who preaches from the pulpit of the Crystal Cathedral
    $600 22
The Biminis, part of these islands, lie only 60 miles east of Florida
    $600 19
The bodies of these "white ants" make a liquid capable of dissolving glass
    DD: $500 5
Current distinction of Republican senators Kassebaum of Kansas & Hawkins of Florida
    $600 27
Federal agency currently licensing reactors
    $600 8
Welles' 2nd wife, she was "The Lady from Shanghai" in the 1948 film
    $800 16
In 20th c. Japan, "Soka Gakkai" blended Western ethics & educational theory with this religion
    $800 23
"Caribbean" comes from fierce Indian tribes which natives called "caribales", meaning this
    $800 20
The ears of a cricket are on this part of its body
    $800 6
Office of President Pro Tempore of the Senate is held by this South Carolina senator
    $800 29
Moving these in & out control the chain reaction going on inside the core
    DD: $1,300 9
In 1936, Welles staged a Voodoo version of this classic, set in Haiti, not Scotland
    $1000 17
Org. begun in 1878, "to carry the blood of Christ & fire of the Holy Ghost to every corner of the world"
    $1000 28
This populous former British colony lies farther out to sea than any other Caribbean island
    $1000 24
Bedbug hunter's penchant for biting humans around mouth has given it this osculatory nickname
    $1000 7
'60s Senate Minority Leader whose record "Gallant Men" made Billboard Top 40 & won a Grammy
    $1000 10
When "Citizen Kane" opened, April 11, 1941, Welles was this old

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Marvin Gary
$1,500 $7,600 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It was with widespread use of this that the practice of celebrating birthdays came into being

Final scores:

Lisa Marvin Gary
$1 $9,801 $1
3rd place: Bauer lamp New champion: $9,801 2nd place: Lane recliner + Radio Flyer wagon & row cart

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lisa Marvin Gary
$1,500 $7,200 $5,400
10 R,
3 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,100

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Game tape date: 1985-12-16
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