Show #371 - Monday, February 10, 1986

Paul Rouffa game 5.

Contestants

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Susan Fox-Davis, a video technician from Van Nuys, California

Steve Lawson, a writer and a journalist from New York City, New York

Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois (whose 4-day cash winnings total $33,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

MINI-COUNTRIES
AMERICAN INDIANS
NAMES
GOVERNMENT
UNREAL ESTATE
THE LONGEST
    $100 2
If its royal family has no male heir, Monaco will become part of this country
    $100 11
Though often credited with winning it, this Sioux medicine man sat out of the Battle of Little Big Horn
    $100 12
"Rex" & "Roy" both mean this, Your Majesty
    $100 18
Not surprisingly, this agency's motto is "Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity"
    $100 1
This fictional setting of "The Edge of Night" shared its name with Jefferson's home
    $100 8
After all these years, Joe Di Maggio still has the longest one in baseball
    $200 3
Discoverers of these South Sea islands named them for wise Biblical king whose wealth they sought
    $200 27
Imposing Duwamish Indian chief for whom Washington State's largest city was named
    $200 13
1st name of this football coach, who stressed winning, means "winner"
    $200 19
Vermont is known for these gatherings considered the purest form of democracy
    $200 4
When "all you see are silhouettes & all you hear are castanets & no one cares how late it gets", you're there
    $200 9
Longest distance flown by this type of airplane is 1¼ miles
    $300 14
As co-sovereign of this Pyrenees land, the Bishop of Urgel, Spain is paid about $6.87 semi-annually
    $300 15
While not the most common Russian name, Ivan Kuznetsov is literal Russian equivalent of this English name
    $300 20
In 1982, James Watt proposed changing this dept's seal from a buffalo facing left to one facing right
    $300 5
Not in world atlases but in this comic strip could "Lower Slobovia" be found
    $300 10
George Bell of Virginia, who takes size 26, won 20th Century-Fox's contest for the longest pair of these
    $400 16
A problem for this African country is that much of its mail is mistakenly sent to Switzerland
    $400 25
Common Arabic name which means "servant of Allah"
    $400 21
A toll-free hotline for whistle-blowers is maintained by this agency in charge of federal b'ldgs
    $400 6
Number of fabulously wealthy "cities of Cibola" the Spanish explorer Coronado was looking for
    $400 23
Longest continuous run of any show is London performance of "The Mousetrap" by this author
    $500 17
80% of San Marino's gross national product comes from tourism & the sale of these
    $500 26
Girl's name common in Germany & America, it's a contraction of Mary Magdalene
    $500 22
In 1973, the federal government printed 4.8 billion coupons for this
    $500 7
A battleship was built to honor this Russian who built fake villages to impress his empress
    $500 24
Longest ocean liner, the "Norway", was originally named for this country when built in 1961

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Paul Steve Susan
$1,000 $0 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Steve Susan
$1,100 $2,700 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT HISTORY
FAMOUS FOLKS
WORD ORIGINS
COUNTRY MUSIC
SHAKESPEARE
THE SHORTEST
    $200 6
He recited verses about Troy aflame, not fiddling as alleged, while watching Rome burn
    $200 9
Pat Boone descends from this famed frontiersman
    $200 17
These were 1st made during WWII at Quonset Point, Rhode Island
    $200 26
The Grand Ole Opry is now located in the middle of this amusement park
    $200 1
Antony said this assassin of Caesar made "the most unkindest cut of all"
    $200 12
Shortest on record lasted 38 minutes in 1896 & involved the United Kingdom and Zanzibar
    $400 7
A runner ran 25 miles & died after announcing Greeks had defeated them in the Battle of Marathon
    $400 21
Actress whose autobiography is named for her most famous role, "Baby Doll"
    $400 18
A turnpike is called that because originally a pike or turnstile was turned after you did this
    $400 27
Hawkshaw Hawkins performed in a silk jacket with this embroidered on the back
    $400 2
King Henry IV complained "Uneasy lies the head" that does this
    $400 13
Shortest valid one of these in record reads "Vse zene" Czech for "All to wife"
    $600 8
Roman statesman Cato closed every speech, regardless of subject, by saying this must be destroyed
    $600 22
Bing Crosby said, "I think he's always nurtured a secret desire to be a hood"
    $600 19
From Old French "manoeuvrer" meaning "to work by hand", which was how this item was put into soil
    DD: $1,000 3
Falstaff was said to have "eaten" a widow "out of" this
    $600 14
America's shortest-lived major TV network, it brought us Capt. Video until its demise in 1955
    $800 10
Norwegian who in 1970, crossed the Atlantic in reed boat to prove Egyptians may have reached New World
    $800 23
On personal intervention of Khruschchev, his "1 Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich" was published
    DD: $1,000 20
Weapon said to have been the size of a pomegranate & filled with "seeds" of gunpowder
    $800 4
At Hamlet's death he says, "Good night, sweet prince"
    $800 15
Shortest scheduled flight takes just 2 minutes in this country's Orkney Islands
    $1000 11
King Philip of Macedonia hired him as private tutor for his son, Alexander
    $1000 24
Formerly South Vietnam's prime minister & vice president, he now lives in Cal. and owes Caesars Palace $20,000
    $1000 25
Though he wasn't part of the Lincoln conspiracy, his name's been blackened in many a town
    $1000 5
Expression "O brave new world" comes from this last play Shakespeare wrote alone
    $1000 16
At 5'4" & weighing 100 lbs., he was our shortest president

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Steve Susan
$6,900 $4,100 $1,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
Mother of Bonnie Blue, she ran a sawmill after the Civil War

Final scores:

Paul Steve Susan
$12,900 $8,200 $300
5-day champion: $46,100 2nd place: 4 days at Holiday Lodge 3rd place: Amelia Earhart Luggage

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Steve Susan
$6,500 $5,100 $1,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $13,400

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