Show #439 - Thursday, May 15, 1986


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Connie Brisendine, a calligrapher originally from Bakersfield, California

Mark Pierce, an attorney from Tamarac, Florida

Joe Schmitz, a helicopter pilot and maintenance officer from Fort Bragg, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That "PEANUTS" of course, has to do with the comic strip.)
    $100 1
For over 20 years, Lincoln lived in this capital of the "Land of Lincoln"
    $100 6
You bet your life, he once made a hole in one
    $100 16
Johnson's first, Bobby's last, Dick Patten's "middle"
    $100 24
You'll also find these windows on the starboard side of the ship
    $100 21
Tchaikovsky was guest conductor when this hall opened in New York City, May 5, 1891
    $100 11
On his baseball team Charlie Brown plays this position
    $200 2
Founded in 1854 by anti-slavery settlers, it's the capital of Kansas
    $200 7
In 1946, Byron Nelson lost the U.S. Open when his caddy accidentally kicked this
    $200 17
Patricia Neal won a 1963 Oscar playing housekeeper to this Paul Newman character
    $200 26
Poem with "Away to the window I flew like a flash, tore open the shutters & threw up the sash"
    $200 22
On May 8, 1914, the Senate approved this holiday to be observed on the 2nd Sunday in May
    $200 12
Charles Schulz says "Peanuts" doesn't show them because the strip is only 1½" high & they couldn't stand up
    $300 3
The North's largest Confederate prisoner of war camp was in this Ohio capital
    $300 8
Setting the par for a hole is determined by 1 of these 2 factors
    $300 18
This Bobby was the first player ever to win MVP 3 consecutive years in the NHL
    $300 27
Rhoda's job on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
    $300 23
The Hall of Science at the May 1933 Chicago expo was empty due to her fan dance at another exhibit
    $300 13
Title of the first Peanuts TV show which 1st aired on December 9, 1965
    $400 4
Though a community did not really exist, this was made the capital of Wisconsin Territory in 1836
    $400 9
1st golfer to win all 5 major titles, he did it twice
    $400 19
Damon Runyon's Mr. Masterson
    DD: $400 28
It's a window with adjustable louvers or French title of the following tango:

[Instrumental music plays]
    $400 25
He swatted out the last home run of his career May 25, 1935, at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh
    $400 14
Of a butcher, barber or baker, the job of Charlie Brown's father
    $500 5
To attract German money to finance a railroad, this capital was named for a German statesman
    $500 10
Still used today, this great golf course's history dates back to Mary, Queen of Scots, in the 16th century
    $500 20
Blue-eyed Peter O'Toole played a Tibetan priest in 1984 TV movie of this Kipling tale
    $500 15
He doesn't remember Charlie Brown's name & thinks of him as "that round-headed kid"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Joe Mark Connie
$800 $500 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Mark Connie
$1,500 $1,500 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
Christine Craft's case alleged she was demoted from this job due to her appearance
    $200 16
Intense pressure on shale turns it into this "blackboard" material
    $200 19
Between 1929 & 1936, 85% of American hotels had to declare this
    $200 18
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"
    $200 8
Former Frankenstein's monster who was the host of "Thriller"
    $200 1
It can be "by combat" or "by jury"
    $400 4
As a foreign correspondent with the N.Y. Times, Anne McCormick was the 1st woman to win one
    $400 17
Of 12, 26, or 49 mi., the vertical difference between the highest mountain & lowest depth of the sea
    $400 20
Hilton International's slogan could also be "You're gonna like us" since it's owned by this U.S. airline
    $400 24
Leaves left over from this Sunday are burned to make ashes for next year's Ash Wednesday
    $400 9
These brothers hosted a controversial CBS variety show in the late 1960s
    $400 2
The god Neptune is usually pictured holding one, maybe because his dentist recommended it
    $600 5
In 1978, she became 1st Black woman ever honored on a U.S. postage stamp
    $600 21
This 19th century hotelier made his surname synonymous with elegant hotels
    $600 25
Olaf, a Viking who terrorized the coasts of England, is this country's patron saint
    DD: $500 10
At one time or another, these 3 "timely" NBC shows were hosted by Garroway, Allen & Snyder
    $600 13
Many official forms are filled out in it
    $800 6
On Jan. 21, 1908, NYC enacted the Sullivan ordinance, prohibiting women from doing this
    DD: $500 22
Generic name for any posh hotel that came from a Belgian town famous for its mineral springs
    $800 11
Art Baker, Jack Smith & Rich Little each emceed this "highly requested" show
    $800 14
Only country in the world whose name fits the category, it's 2 islands in the Caribbean
    $1000 7
In 1916, 4 years before all women "got the vote", she became 1st woman elected to the House
    $1000 23
Called "rotunda men" in 1829, the world's 1st luxury hotel, Boston's Tremont, was 1st to use them
    $1000 12
A spinoff from "That's Incredible", this show's hosts were B. Meredith, P. Presley & J. Stafford
    $1000 15
The Missouri, to the Mississippi

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Mark Connie
$3,100 $4,200 $3,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Only European country named for its establishing family, which still rules today

Final scores:

Joe Mark Connie
$0 $2,199 $100
3rd place: Hitachi stereo system New champion: $2,199 2nd place: Action Recliner + LouverDrape vertical blinds

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joe Mark Connie
$3,500 $4,700 $3,600
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,800

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Game tape date: 1985-12-10
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