Suggest correction - #370 - 1986-02-07

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    $1000 11
On Jan. 5, 1980, only 4th time in history, Broadway lights were dimmed in tribute to this composer

Show #370 - Friday, February 7, 1986

Paul Rouffa game 4.


Melody Keller, a freelance typographer originally from Santa Monica, California

Jean Reynolds, a registered nurse originally from Long Beach, California

Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $24,800)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Steak named for the shape of its bone
    $100 12
Classic children's novel & Disney movie, "Johnny Tremain", is set during this war
    $100 18
"You must remember this", the theme song for "Casablanca"
    $100 7
Army officer above a captain but below a lieutenant colonel
    $100 13
From Cree words "win nipee" meaning muddy water, it's the capital of Manitoba
    $100 1
A wrench with fixed & adjustable jaw at right angles, it's a primate's favorite
    $200 3
From Turkish for "dough", you can pick the pockets of this Mideastern bread
    $200 25
"The Road Back" is sequel to this famous novel of WWI by Erich Remarque
    $200 19
"Does anybody really care" about this Chicago song?
    $200 8
Among his "Marx" of success were silence & musical virtuosity
    $200 14
It's bordered by the Bristol Channel, Cardigan Bay, the Irish Sea, & England
    $200 15
To repair a leaky faucet, all you might need is this little flat or beveled rubber piece
    $300 4
"Don't bother me", I'm eating this Pennsylvania Dutch molasses pie
    $300 26
Kurt Vonnegut's novel of U.S. soldier who watches bombing of Dresden while German prisoner
    $300 20
Kodak used this Paul Anka song in a '70s ad campaign
    $300 9
Scottish for a square of turf, amateur golfers often become pros at producing one
    DD: $900 17
Besides Spanish, 3 of 4 other official languages of South American countries
    $300 16
3 types of this hardware found on doors are self-closing, pivot, & butterfly
    $400 5
When smoked with juniper brush, this food is associated with the German town of Westphalia
    $400 27
Coppola based his Vietnam war epic, "Apocalypse Now", on "Heart of Darkness" by this Polish-born author
    $400 23
This 1979 song was Captain & Tennille's 2nd #1 hit & last Top 40 hit
    $400 10
13 witches
    $400 21
This desert is home to Africa's Bushmen
    $400 29
Appropriate way "Laugh-In" actress Judy Carne would have asked for a light bulb holder
    $500 6
French for stewed fruit, it can also be the bowl it's served in
    $500 28
Stephen Vincent Benet won the Pulitzer Prize for this epic poem of the Civil War
    $500 24
After 1977's "Year Of The Cat", a year went by before Al Stewart had this 2nd hit
    $500 11
Gary the gardener would use this protective covering of sawdust, leaves, etc. on his soil
    $500 22
You'd find the cities of Kotte 'n' Kandy on this "Serendipitous" island
    $500 30
A cutting bit used to enlarge holes, it might cause the user ennui

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

Paul Jean Melody
$800 $600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Jean Melody
$2,800 $2,100 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Do not read anything into that, please.)
    $200 1
Like a tree, you can tell the age of a fish by counting these on its scales
    $200 17
Because usage favors "who", this grammatically useful related word may someday disappear
    $200 3
Peter Gennaro won Tony for choreographing Andrea McArdle in this 1977 hit
    $200 20
Lawman William Barclay Masterson's nickname
    $200 9
Proof of a good workout is breaking into this before going into the steam room
    $200 12
New York's 1st big one was November 9, 1965
    $400 2
This bodily feature makes birds different from all other animals
    $400 19
Every complete sentence must have a subject & this part containing the verb
    $400 4
A "Babe on Broadway" in 1941 film, it wasn't until 1979's "Sugar Babies" he made a real Broadway debut
    $400 21
It's ad read, "Young, skinny fellows not over 18, must be expert riders & willing to risk death daily..."
    $400 18
How many meters you've run if you finish a 10K race
    $400 13
"Suddenly", he's one of pop musics top artists
    DD: $1,000 6
It's the direct result of rapid expansion & contraction of air in path of a lightning bolt
    $600 25
In the sentence "Julie gave Jules a jab in the jaw", the indirect object
    $600 5
Ntozake Shange wrote a 1977 play "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered" this
    $600 26
Doc Holliday's mistress; Dean Martin & John Wayne were among her movie sons
    $600 22
Hot term for catabolic tissue breakdown, it's what Jane Fonda "goes for"
    DD: $2,000 14
The following was theme of this 1959 Best Foreign Film:
    $800 7
Sunlight reflected by the earth that illuminates the dark part of the moon
    $800 10
Phil Silvers received a Tony in 1972 revival of this play based on Plautus
    $800 27
"Half horse, half alligator", he was a famous fighting keelboater & marksman of early 1800s
    $800 23
Serious body builders go for the "washboard" effect with these muscles
    $800 15
This former Boston Bruin might get "defensive" if you talk to him about hockey
    $1000 8
Colorful term that refers to the gradual heating of Earth's atmosphere by carbon dioxide in the air
    $1000 11
On Jan. 5, 1980, only 4th time in history, Broadway lights were dimmed in tribute to this composer
    $1000 28
The Great Plains, last great frontier to be exploited, was opened up by this Act of 1862
    $1000 24
Exercising to the point of oxygen debt puts you in this condition, meaning "without oxygen"
    $1000 16
Chile's liberator

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Jean Melody
$11,400 $2,900 $6,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

Just as wife of U.S. President is called "First Lady", husband of a reigning British Queen is called this

Final scores:

Paul Jean Melody
$8,400 $5,799 $100
4-day champion: $33,200 2nd place: Broyhill sofa and Alsy lamps 3rd place: OlympusOM-2S camera

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Paul Jean Melody
$10,000 $2,300 $6,200
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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