Show #428 - Wednesday, April 30, 1986

Partially missing introductions.


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Chuck Cavender, an advertising executive from Miami, Florida

Kathleen O'Reilly, a market researcher from Ardsley, New York

Cliff Miles Katskee, an actor from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
Native language of Ingrid Bergman
    $100 26
USA Today said "it'd be simpler to fire the cows" as House comm. voted to pay farmers not to produce this
    $100 21
In 1984 money raiser, this group's national sales equaled 15 cookies per capita in the U.S.
    $100 3
Song that kept Bobby Rydell, Sammy Davis Jr., & Louis Prima & Keely Smith "in its spell"
    $100 11
As "Ben Hur", Charlton Heston was "on track" in one of these
    $100 1
On a new version of the game, Gene Rayburn has couples trying to "break" this
    $200 17
This computer language is short for "formula translation"
    $200 27
The Indians taught the Pilgrims to plant herring for fertilizer along with seeds of this crop
    $200 22
Every Labor Day since 1966, he's been hosting a TV telethon
    $200 4
"When whippoorwills call & evening is nigh, I hurry" here
    $200 12
Famous entry feature of a 1957 Mercedes 300SL or a 1981 DeLorean
    $200 2
In 1961, Bill Cullen hosted this, the last game show to hit the prime time top-10-of-the-year list
    $300 18
For the 2nd TV movie, an Ewok named Wicket learned a lot more of this language
    $300 28
Since 1960, U.S. production of this hog fat has been almost twice the rate of consumption
    $300 23
Religiously giving 10% of your earnings to the church
    $300 5
Though by 1979 Neil Diamond could afford Gabardine pants, he was "forever in" these
    $300 13
On TV, how West got around the "Wild, Wild West" or guests got to "The Shady Rest"
    $300 8
This former TV "Tarzan" turned game show host for 1980's "Face the Music"
    $400 19
Original language responsible for giving us the letter "Y" as a vowel as in "psychology"
    $400 24
On federal tax return, amount of contribution to pres. election to which you agree by checking a box
    $400 6
1975 tribute to the Mississippi River by the Doobie Brothers, who sure did "play some funky Dixieland"
    $400 14
In 1922, Mack trucks adopted this trademark
    DD: $800 9
'60s show whose theme was the following; a clue would be Johnny the Arsonist likes to play blank

[Instrumental music plays]
    $500 20
From language used by teachers & students there in the 12th c., the Sorbonne area of Paris is called this
    $500 25
For years, red tape kept monies tied up from this, George Harrison's 1971 rock benefit
    $500 7
Jim Croce had a bad case of these in 1974
    $500 15
Possibly from French "jeton" for token, this slang word for nickel came to mean autobus
    $500 10
1 of 2 TV game shows of the '50s that featured child panelists answering home viewers' questions

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

Cliff Kathleen Chuck
$1,600 $1,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Kathleen Chuck
$3,900 $2,000 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A reminder to our viewers that the category up there, MASSACHUSETTS, is another in our continuing series featuring the 50 states. And we hope to get them all in before the end of the season. So you'll be seeing quite a few more in coming weeks.)
THE '60s
    $200 29
Developed in the 18th century, the Leyden jar stores this
    $200 8
In his "I Never Played the Game", he takes pot shots at Gifford, Meredith & Simpson
    $200 30
John Hancock, Calvin Coolidge, & currently, Michael Dukakis
    $200 1
The Tonkin Resolution, passed Aug. 7, 1964, allowed Presidential action in this country
    $200 13
Most of these half-men half-horses were wild & lawless
    $200 6
Imprint loved on fine paper, but hated on a silk dress
    $400 28
Of 3 oz., 3 lbs., or 3 kg, approximate weight or pressure exerted per square mile of sunlight
    $400 9
Published in 1956, it was the autobiography of singer Billie Holiday
    $400 23
1½ story house with deeply slanting roof named for easternmost part of Massachusetts
    $400 2
It was recently revealed that this top hit of 1968 wasn't about a saint, but Julian Lennon
    $400 14
This monster needed more than a steak on his eye after Odysseus drove a stake into his eye
    $400 7
Without it, a Shirley Temple just wouldn't be a Shirley Temple
    $600 27
An emulsion is a colloidal system formed by dispersing 1 of these into another
    $600 10
Her autobiography's title is her nickname "Bubbles"
    $600 19
These 2 Mass. patriots & founding fathers were 2nd cousins sharing the same last name
    $600 3
In 1967, this "Red Wing" became the 1st hockey player to score 700 goals
    $600 15
Author John Gardner retold the epic of Beowulf from this monster's point of view
    $600 22
Oedipus unwittingly committed this when he killed his father
    DD: $4,000 24
Constantly breaking down chemically, uranium changes to radium & ultimately to this mineral
    $800 11
Title of 1959 autobiography of E.R. Braithwaite, a Black teacher in London's East End
    $800 20
Site of annual summer music festival held in the Berkshires
    $800 4
In 1960, it became the 4th nation to explode an atomic bomb
    $800 16
If you cut off a head, the Hydra would do this
    DD: $1,000 18
    $1000 25
Atomic #24, this metal is used with iron to make stainless steel
    $1000 12
26 years after his 1st autobiography, he wrote sequel, "Somebody Down Here Likes Me Too"
    $1000 21
Mass. abolitionist who also worked for women's rights & wrote "The Battle Hymn Of The Republic"
    $1000 5
In 1965, after only 2 years, Singapore withdrew from federation with this Southeast Asian nation
    $1000 26
Name of this creature w/lion's head, goat's body & dragon's tail has come to mean anything fantastic
    $1000 17
French for "petticoat", Southern belles wore them to this kind of dance

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Kathleen Chuck
$8,300 $4,000 $800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Star, who's played Queen Elizabeth twice, as well as empresses of Mexico and Russia

Final scores:

Cliff Kathleen Chuck
$8,001 $2,000 $0
2-day champion: $18,001 2nd place: trip to Palm Springs + Skyway luggage 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen his & hers watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cliff Kathleen Chuck
$7,900 $4,000 $4,600
26 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R,
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 1985-12-03
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