Suggest correction - #483 - 1986-10-15

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    $500 6
The NYC Ballet derives 1/4 of its annual ticket income from the holiday ballet

Show #483 - Wednesday, October 15, 1986

Dave Traini game 4. 23 clues of the J! round only.


JoAnn Lum, an engineering [something] from Carlsbad, California

Tom Grexa, a [something] dean of admissions from Charlottesville, Virginia

Dave Traini, a teacher from Medford Lakes, New Jersey

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
Richmond, Virginia's Old Stone House contains this author's museum & a carved wooden raven
    $100 2
In 1965 title, it's what the Supremes pleaded "In the Name of Love"
    $100 16
1909 was last year this type of penny was minted
    $100 1
Among the water stops along route of this city's 1st marathon was Frederick's of Hollywood
    $100 18
Reason you should run when a spotted skunk does a handstand
    $200 12
Knott's Berry Farm's Mott Museum features this Da Vinci masterpiece painted on the head of a pin
    $200 8
In his only million-selling single, Ray Charles lamented "I Can't Stop" doing this
    $200 17
1 of 5 countries besides India whose currency is the rupee
    $200 3
At over 70 million bushels in 1985, it's the #1 apple grown in the U.S., yum yum
    $200 19
It's said you can hear lions do this from 10 miles away
    $300 13
This Ozark state's Jesse James Bank Museum claims to be the site of the 1st U.S. bank robbery
    $300 9
According to Connie Francis, it "told a tale on you"
    $300 23
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) U.S. coin mentioned in this song: "They say the neon lights are bright / On Broadway / They say there's always magic in the air..."
    $300 4
From its title, what the '86 concert hosted by Williams, Goldberg, & Crystal offered the homeless
    $300 20
Gray & brown in the summer, a ptarmigan's plumage changes to this color in the winter
    $400 14
This designer's fashions were displayed in the Louvre - maybe because he named his perfume "Paris"
    $400 10
On the "Eve of Destruction", "You're old enough to kill, but not" to do this
    $400 5
The Supreme Court upheld the Air Force ban on wearing this Jewish clothing accessory with dress uniforms
    $400 21
A full-blooded beefalo is 1/4 Hereford, 3/8 Charolais, & 3/8 this
    $500 15
Visitors are surprised to see a museum of the American Confederacy on this island 586 miles off N.C.
    $500 11
In 1958, Bobby Freeman asked, "Do you, do you, do you, do you want to" do this
    $500 6
The NYC Ballet derives 1/4 of its annual ticket income from the holiday ballet
    $500 22
At this U.S. city's zoo you can visit Beaver Valley & giant pandas

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

Dave Tom JoAnn
$900 $200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Tom JoAnn
$700 $1,600 $1,500
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