Show #368 - Wednesday, February 5, 1986

Paul Rouffa game 2.

Contestants

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Judy Hedden, a database representative originally from San Francisco, California

Steve Wenrick, a programmer originally from Reading, Pennsylvania

Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

CRIME & PUNISHMENT
(Alex: Following that with a Southern California category...)
ASTROLOGY
"J" WORDS
TRANSPORTATION
BIRDS
COOKING TERMS
    $100 7
Capital punishment was widely used under Mosaic Law of this ancient people
    $100 4
The "crabby" sign of the zodiac
    $100 1
Various sources say it's named for one of Popeye's pals, or for initials of "general purpose", G.P.
    $100 21
This company is #1 in bus transportation & bus manufacturing
    $100 10
Oddity shared by the ostrich, kiwi, & penguin
    $100 22
To brush melted butter on the Thanksgiving turkey at regular intervals
    $200 14
In the U.S., the crime said to have the highest conviction rate is murder of these
    $200 5
The symbol for this sign aptly resembles the Roman numeral two
    $200 2
In 1975, it was the Bee Gees' way of talkin'
    $200 24
W. & O. Wright felt passengers wouldn't mind flying in this position they 1st flew in themselves
    $200 13
He shares his name & color with an ecclesiastic
    $200 23
From French "to make white", it's to boil food for a short time
    $300 15
J. Edgar Hoover kept this "Public Enemy's" death mask in his own office
    $300 6
Libra ladies are traditionally lovely because Librans are ruled by this planet
    $300 3
"If you shut up your mug, I'll fill up" this with "good ol' mountain dew"
    $300 25
This form of transport still carries the most freight in the U.S.
    $300 17
A baby goose
    $300 26
Adding hot or tangy seasonings to food, it's Satan's favorite method of cooking ham or eggs
    $400 16
By age 33, John MacLean, this type of thief, had stolen $150 mil. worth of goods by himself
    $400 8
When casting a horoscope, astrologer's place this, not the sun, at the center of the solar system
    $400 11
Flotsam's "friend"
    $400 18
The Terrytoons' Heckle & Jeckle are this type of chattering bird
    $400 27
To cook food in liquid just below the boiling point, it's a way to pamper you eggs
    $500 20
Freed at 46 after suffering 11 years false imprisonment on Devil's Island, this Frenchman lived to 75
    $500 9
2 of the 3 most important positions in any natal chart
    $500 12
To place side by side, as in an unexpected combination of colors or ideas
    DD: $400 19
In the following, Al Jolson stops to tell you to look & listen for this bird:
    $500 28
To brown a piece of meat & then simmer it in small amount of liquid in covered pan

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Paul Steve Judy
$800 $1,800 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Steve Judy
$1,200 $900 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CITIES
SPORTS
ENGLISH HISTORY
WOMEN
CORPORATE AMERICA
"CRY"ING SONGS
    $200 1
The oldest city in France & still its chief seaport
    $200 8
Only team that can score points in volleyball
    $200 6
While Prime Minister, Winston Churchill belonged to this political party
    $200 15
Charles Hamilton list this French martyr's autograph as most valuable by a woman
    $200 7
This company's tours became so successful in 1973 it built a simulated chocolate factory
    $200 18
Fall 1962 was a #1 season for the Four Seasons with "Sherry" & this song
    $400 2
Not the duke, duchess, or castle, but Canada's southernmost city
    $400 9
Inventor of the boxing glove, English boxer Jack Broughton is commemorated in this regal resting palace
    $400 10
In 1209 the Pope punished King John by doing this to him
    $400 24
Her 1918 lunch with Robert Benchley at an Algonquin Hotel round table started a famous literary circle
    $400 16
Every year, this company delivers more than a billion packages, more than the Post Office
    $400 19
This Gerry & the Pacemakers 1964 hit suggests you should do you weeping at night
    $600 3
In 1602, the hdqtrs. for the Dutch East India Co. was Batavia, now called this, Indonesia's capital
    $600 11
Finishing the Channel swim in 1926, Gertrude Ederle was met on beach by immigration officer demanding this
    $600 14
In 1915, the British created this mobile weapon that could cross trenches
    $600 25
Author Susan Brownmiller said when Hugh Hefner wears this on "his rear end, then we'll have equality"
    $600 17
1980 failure of "Heaven's Gate" led Transamerica to sell this movie company to MGM
    $600 20
You'd better stop sobbing when Melissa Manchester sings this, her 1979 hit
    $800 4
3 major cities of this S. American country are Concepcion, Encarnacion, & Asuncion, the capital
    DD: $1,000 12
Year of 1st World Series telecast, which featured the Dodgers' Jackie Robinson, Rookie of the Year
    $800 28
In the 16th C., this great Tudor king abolished the privilege of clergy issuing coins
    $800 26
Polish musician Wanda Landowska was credited with modern revival of this instrument
    $800 22
Company that is Delaware's largest single employer
    $800 21
A Top 10 hit in 1955 for Julie London, it's no about the Thames
    $1000 5
Tanzania's largest city & functioning capital, its name means "haven of peace"
    $1000 13
Of all his achievements, this pediatrician is most proud of his 1924 Olympic gold medal for rowing
    $1000 30
1st Englishman to sail around the world
    $1000 27
This black activist was 1 of only 6 women ever to make the FBI's "Most Wanted" list
    $1000 23
In 1982, this huge city became #1 beer-producing area in U.S.
    DD: $1,000 29
2 Elvis Presley Top 10 hits that fit this category

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Steve Judy
$8,800 $500 $3,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ACTORS & ROLES
1 of 3 actors who won Best Actor Oscar for playing an actor

Final scores:

Paul Steve Judy
$6,601 $2 $0
2-day champion: $16,601 2nd place: Pinseeker golf clubs and Serengeti Drivers sunglasses 3rd place: Allister garage door opener

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Steve Judy
$8,600 $1,900 $3,300
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R,
9 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $13,800

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