Show #430 - Friday, May 2, 1986


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Patrick Cassidy, a teacher and a graduate student from Los Angeles, California

Ron Cadillo, a systems analyst from San Diego, California

Cliff Miles Katskee, an actor from Chicago, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $19,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
Side which had more men killed & wounded
    $100 1
Because of a union dispute this show's title might have become "San Diego Vice"
    $100 10
You could find one behind a soda fountain or in the title of a Steve Martin movie
    $100 2
Very large ships are steered by using this, not a steering oar
    $100 7
Set in Australia, this torrid tale starred Richard Chamberlain & Rachel Ward
    $100 15
It's widely reported to be first lady Nancy Reagan's favorite clothing color
    $200 22
Nickname of brilliant Confederate cavalry leader James Ewell Brown Stuart
    $200 4
Of Matt Helm, Matt Houston, & Matt Dillon, the 1 who didn't work in Los Angeles
    $200 11
Come on, this word isn't difficult
    $200 3
This country is the world's #3 auto maker, after the U.S. & Japan
    $200 8
By royal proclamation, she created the new nation of Australia on the 1st day of the 20th century
    $200 16
When a debutante has her coming-out party, she usually comes out in this color gown
    $300 23
"A cheese box on a raft" was how this Union battleship was described
    $300 5
Name assumed by robber-turned-detective played by Pierce Brosnan
    $300 12
Latin for "he goes out", it's a stage direction for characters to go out
    DD: $500 27
1st appearing in Europe around 900 A.D. they allowed horses to travel faster & farther
    $300 14
These trees help fill both the country's newsprint needs & koalas' stomachs
    $300 21
Traditional color of a morning coat
    $400 24
Last Southern stronghold to surrender, it's Alabama's only port city
    $400 6
Letters capitalized in the title of the Erik Estrada-Larry Wilcox series
    $400 13
It can follow Cape, French, or car
    $400 29
The cheapest way to transport freight, usually limited to petroleum & natural gas
    $400 18
About 40% of all Australians live in these 2 state capitals
    $400 25
AFC team whose jerseys are the same color as their name
    $500 28
The Confederate Constitution allowed a President to serve just 1 term of this many years
    $500 9
While Tige Andrews headed "The Mod Squad", he headed the "M Squad"
    $500 17
A large sheet of floating ice formed on a lake, river, or ocean
    $500 30
New levitation trains use this force to travel 4 inches above the rail
    $500 20
Among the 1st 1487 British settlers, 759 had this distinction in common
    $500 26
In song, "You're So Vain", shade of orange his scarf was

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Cliff Ron Patrick
$1,700 $500 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Ron Patrick
$2,800 $700 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
These grow in marshes & on feline posteriors
    $200 8
When they weren't leading their big bands, the Duke & the Count played along on this instrument
    $200 3
1st American writer to achieve internat'l fame, he spent nearly 20 years writing, not sleeping, in Europe
    $200 1
It comes after medical school but before residency
    $200 12
To prepare them, 1st boil, then drain, add milk & butter, then beat them soundly
    $400 18
This tiny bird can have a bill up to 5" long, adapted to feed from flowers
    DD: $1,600 19
Title shared by a Bruce Springsteen hit & the following:

[Instrumental music plays]
    $400 4
1976 Nobel prize-winner who wrote "Herzog" as an auto-biographical novel
    $400 2
A defibrillator is used to restart this
    $400 13
You'll find these British M.P.s not in the army but in Westminster Palace
    $600 22
The longest-lived crustacean, after several hundred years it has quite a "tail" to tell
    $600 20
In the process of raising millions in African relief funds, this Boomtown Rat went broke
    $600 25
Their religious month starts when the crescent of the new moon appears
    $600 5
In his "Sketches from Switzerland" he told of Arnold von Winkelried, a national hero, not a Mohican
    DD: $500 9
2 of the 4 signs your doctor is referring to when he tells you your vital signs are good
    $600 14
For the Platters in 1956, it was "to linger with you at the end of the day"
    $800 23
As of Dec. 1985, 21 of these were in captivity & only 6 left in the wild
    $800 21
From this New Orleans family has come saxophonist Branford & trumpeter Wynton
    $800 26
In most Western languages they refer to: the Sun, the Moon, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus & Saturn
    $800 6
T. Dreiser novel that went undistributed for 12 years since publisher's wife opposed its amoral heroine
    $800 10
If you provide non-surgical treatment of diseases of the nervous system, you're practicing this specialty
    $800 15
A TV movie was made about this G-man who pursued Machine Gun Kelly throughout the '30s
    $1000 24
This shrub is cultivated for a waxy oil very similar to that from a sperm whale
    $1000 7
This poet's epitaph reads, "I had a lover's quarrel with the world"
    $1000 11
Eng. physician whose treatise on circulation is considered most important in history of physiology
    $1000 16
Ideal for navigational charts is this type of map with parallel meridians & latitudes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Ron Patrick
$5,200 $3,200 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Muzak has b'cast words twice, for simulcast of "We Are The World" & announcement of this 1/20/81 event

Final scores:

Cliff Ron Patrick
$0 $100 $10,400
3rd place: Kelvinator refrigerator/freezer 2nd place: trip to Jamaica New champion: $10,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cliff Ron Patrick
$4,000 $3,800 $8,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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Game tape date: 1985-12-03
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