Show #515 - Friday, November 28, 1986


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Kerry Ogata, a computer coordinator from San Diego, California

Hank Jones, a genealogist from Toluca Lake, California

Sally Mason, a writer from Santa Monica, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $19,298)

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Jeopardy! Round

JR. & SR.
    $100 1
Colorful term that tells you where you are if your balance sheet doesn't balance in your favor
    $100 10
This Jr. grew up in the shadow of his swashbuckling father & stepmom Mary Pickford
    $100 16
Though peanut oil is made from peanuts, this liquid is used on, not made from, babies
    $100 2
In 1840, American naval officer Charles Wilkes was 1st to claim Antarctica is 1 of these
    $100 5
1st held in 1906, this country's "Grand Prix" is oldest continental race still run
    $100 21
Worldwide, it serves about 145 B.P.S.- burgers per second
    $200 13
Mitch Ryder sang about a devil wearing one of these, but didn't mention where she hid her red tail
    $200 11
Little monster Creighton changed his name to this to match his "Dad of a thousand faces"
    $200 17
This flower bouquet staple needs water infrequently & Listerine never
    $200 3
Locksmith Anton Drexler founded this political party in 1919, in Munich
    $200 6
In 1904, topping 91 mph, this pioneer auto manufacturer set a 1 mile speed record
    $200 22
Measuring over 86½ ft. across, the world's largest was baked in South Africa but by an Italian
    $300 23
An extortionist's enterprise
    $300 12
"Pere" thrust forth "The Count of Monte Cristo"; "fils" parried with "Camille"
    DD: $300 18
Title of the following, Hank's "Hatari!" hit:

[Instrumental music plays]
    $300 4
Number of English ships sunk by the Spanish Armada
    $300 7
In Jan. 1977, she reached 252.10 mph, then the world's record terminal velocity for a dragster
    $400 24
The wavelengths of all colors are present in light that's this color
    $400 14
She says mommie dearest originally planned to name her "Joan Crawford, Jr."
    $400 19
Despite his infantile nickname, in 1934 he was Public Enemy #1
    $400 8
1st Russian czar ever to visit the "west", he built his capital as a "window on the west"
    $500 25
From Greek meaning "no color", persons with achromatic color blindness see in these 3 "colorless" hues
    $500 15
As Little John, Pa prowled Sherwood Forest 3 times, but Jr. got beached on an island
    $500 20
Like some infants, these tree-hopping primates sleep all day & jump around all night
    $500 9
In 1772, it was ruled illegal in Britain but not in the colonies

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

Sally Hank Kerry
-$200 $1,200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sally Hank Kerry
$1,500 $1,800 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Of Cambridge, Oxford & the University of London, the one with the most students
    $200 15
Scaring fans & critics alike, Vincent Price announced in '86 that he'll retire from this film genre
    $200 12
In the Confederate Army only Samuel Cooper & Albert Sidney Johnston ranked higher than him
    $200 6
Before his career "Dawned", he made his TV debut singing "halfway to paradise"-with his fly open
    $200 1
From 1944-1946, while a doctor in the Navy, he wrote "The Common Sense Book of Baby & Child Care"
    $200 22
This organization collects & distributes more blood than any other U.S. agency
    $400 13
It's England's national summer sport
    $400 16
Before spurning Scarlett O'Hara he was scarlet himself, in "The Scarlet Pimpernel"
    $400 23
The Union often named battles after the nearest stream while the rebels named them after this
    $400 8
This Beatle is sole owner of the rights to all the songs Buddy Holly wrote
    $400 2
His "Animal Farm" satirized the Russian revolution
    $400 27
From Greek "topos" or place, it's art of trimming trees & shrubs into animal or ornamental shapes
    $600 14
Though it's as far north as parts of Siberia, England is much warmer due to winds warmed by this current
    $600 17
Seeing himself in "A Passage to India", this TV "smiley" lost his smile & left for the men's room
    $600 24
In song, he "died that the slaves might be free"
    DD: $1,200 9
1 of 2 Creedence Clearwater Revival top 10 hits whose titles are questions ending with the word "rain"
    $600 3
"Diary of a Genius" is what this Spanish surrealist modestly titled his 1965 autobiography
    $600 28
2-wheeled 1-seat carriage used in harness racing, or adjective describing jockey who's sore at losing
    $800 18
A memorial to John F. Kennedy, not King John, is at this historically significant site
    $800 20
This Oscar-winner watched electric shock treatments to prepare for her role in "The Snake Pit"
    DD: $400 25
When capital of Confederacy moved to Virginia, representatives of this state had best reason to complain
    $800 10
4 years after singing Oscar-winning "The Morning After", she was a secy. in Marina Del Rey, California
    $800 4
Though best known for "The Jungle", which is set in Chicago, he was a 3-time candidate for Gov. of Calif.
    $800 29
Making the national Nielsen "Top 10" 19 times, this film has been shown 27 times in 30 years
    $1000 19
There's a statue of Lady Godiva in this city where she supposedly made her 11th cent. ride
    $1000 21
1944's "Cobra Woman" who said, "When I look at myself, I am so beautiful, I scream with joy"
    $1000 26
Bloodiest single-day battle of the war was fought at this Maryland site
    $1000 11
In the '50s, "Silhouettes" was the only hit for The Rays, while this was the only hit for The Silhouettes
    $1000 5
In 1831, having worked on it for over 58 years, Goethe finally completed this, his masterpiece

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sally Hank Kerry
$4,700 $9,000 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of 3 point values from 1-10 not represented on Scrabble tiles

Final scores:

Sally Hank Kerry
$9,400 $9,401 $6,800
2nd place: Berkline sofa + Alsy table lamp quartet New champion: $9,401 3rd place: Bernardaud Limoges four-place china set

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sally Hank Kerry
$4,700 $8,800 $3,400
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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Game tape date: 1986-09-10
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