Suggest correction - #338 - 1985-12-25

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    $300 11
At the Mad Tea Party, "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" became "Twinkle, Twinkle..." this flying animal

Show #338 - Wednesday, December 25, 1985


Rafael Bernardino, an attorney from La Mirada, California

Donna Marie Wright, an editor from Santa Monica, California

Pamela Norris, a writer from Sandy Springs, Georgia (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $7,600)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
President who wore size 13 shoes & probably never told a lie about it
    $100 1
When 1st told, it was Hjuki & Bil who carried the pail of water
    $100 8
These 'bloodsuckers" are still used for removing discoloration of bruises & black eyes
    $100 14
Ceremony which is a crowning achievement for kings & queens
    $100 17
North American country whose flag is a red, white, & green tricolor
    $100 21
To him, Kellogg's Frosted Flakes are "G--R--R--R--REAT!"
    $200 4
His in-laws house on Delaware St. was this president's Missouri home
    $200 2
About 1820, one reputedly followed Mary Sawyer to the Redstone School House in Massachusetts
    $200 9
In rich soil there can be 6 million, or 12 tons, of these annelids per acre
    $200 15
The complete notice contains a circled C, the name of the owner, & year of 1st publication
    $200 18
Only reason a U.S. flag should be flown upside down
    $200 22
He said, "If you can find a better car, buy it!"
    $300 5
Broadway & movie musical where FDR helps the little heroine find her folks
    $300 11
At the Mad Tea Party, "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" became "Twinkle, Twinkle..." this flying animal
    DD: $300 10
(Audio Daily Double)
Title creature of this song is actually an insect larva:
    $300 16
The movement of blood & magazines
    $300 26
After his death, staffs flying Mohammed's flag often were capped by a hand holding this book
    $300 23
Cigarette which in the '50s urged smokers to "Call for" it
    $400 6
In 1976, it was revealed he had a pocketknife & a Confederate $5 bill in his pockets the night of his death
    $400 12
"Diddle diddle, dumpling, my son John" went to bed with one of these on
    $400 29
"When you see a hearse go by" you know worms will soon be playing this card game
    $400 19
A store for GI's on the base, or storage for water in the desert
    $400 27
The U.S. flag is folded to resemble this revolutionary soldier's accessory
    $400 24
It's the original toothbrush with the rubber tip on the end
    $500 7
He said McKinley had "no more backbone than a chocolate eclair" but was his V.P. & successor
    $500 13
When the Queen of Hearts made her tarts
    $500 20
A short summary, or a cosmonaut conveyor
    $500 28
Method in which flags are used to spell out messages by hand & arm movements
    $500 25
A famous '50s jingle advised him to "Get Wildroot Cream Oil"

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

Pamela Donna Rafael
$1,300 -$500 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pamela Donna Rafael
$5,300 $0 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Was a good year!)
    $200 3
Her movie wardrobe started a funky "Annie Hall" look in fashion
    $200 8
Scandinavian fairies who in American myth work for Santa Claus
    $200 21
British actress who won for showing "A Touch of Class"
    $200 1
"Lord, what fools these mortals be!", says Puck in this comedy
    $200 26
Named for Livingstone's "finder", its name was changed to Kisangani in 1966
    $200 13
Born John Mellencamp, he used this other name before reclaiming his last name again
    $400 4
Cost of a U.S. 1st class stamp was raised from 12c to this
    $400 9
Famous piece of furniture legend says Merlin suggested to King Arthur
    $400 22
Winning director who explained why he made "Godfather II": "Paramount made me an offer I couldn't refuse"
    $400 2
Country described as "This blessed plot, this earth, this realm"
    $400 27
Spanish for "valley of paradise", it's Chile's 2nd largest city
    $400 14
They flew to the top of the charts with "Mr. Tambourine Man" & "Turn! Turn! Turn"
    $600 5
The Nobel Peace Prize was shared by these adversaries who came to an "accord"
    $600 10
Son of Cronus, who later defeated his father & set up shop on Mt. Olympus
    $600 23
She claims her speech for "Mrs. Miniver" Oscar, reputedly an hour long, was actually 5 1/2 minutes
    $600 18
In "Othello", Iago said he would wear his heart there
    $600 28
"On the Road to" this 2nd largest Burmese city, China's across the mountains, not the bay
    $600 15
Linda Ronstadt danced to the beat of a "Different Drum" when she started with this mid-'60s group
    $800 6
After being studied by scientists, this Catholic relic still went unexplained
    $800 11
Now Tarrytown, New York, Washington Irving told us about its legendary figure, Ichabod Crane
    $800 24
He was nominated for both Best Actor & Best Support for his cantankerous priest in "Going My Way"
    DD: $1,500 19
Marc Antony called him "The noblest Roman of them all"
    DD: $1,000 29
Either of the 2 port cities on either end of the Panama Canal named for explorers
    $800 16
First Steven Georgiou, later this as Muslim convert Yusuf Islam, dropped out of music
    $1000 7
Defecting Bulgarian author of "The Assassins" was assassinated with a poison-tipped one
    $1000 12
Aztec god of the sun & air, he wore the feathers to hide his ugliness
    $1000 25
Oscar holds one of these
    $1000 20
Shakespeare, "father" of the play, appropriately performed this part in "Hamlet' himself
    $1000 17
Mid-'60s S.F. political rock group paid $5,000 by Ed Sullivan not to appear on his show

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pamela Donna Rafael
$9,600 $1,400 $4,500
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

Country with the oldest written constitution still in use

Final scores:

Pamela Donna Rafael
$9,200 $2,600 $8,999
2-day champion: $16,800 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer 2nd place: Merillat shelving system & Olympia electric typewriter

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Pamela Donna Rafael
$10,900 $1,400 $4,500
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,800

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