Show #475 - Friday, October 3, 1986

Contestants

Sharon Miyasato, an attorney originally from Hawaii

Ty Walker, a management analyst originally from Middletown, Pennsylvania

Carl Brady, a U.S. Navy flight officer originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,000)

Jeopardy! Round

WEAPONS
WINES
ANIMAL LOVERS
AIRPORTS
RELIGION
COMMON BONDS
    $100 1
In submarine slang, they're called "fish"
    $100 26
Vintage 1842, the 1st of this bubbly wine produced in U.S. was made in Cincinnati
    $100 21
Tchaikovsky ballet in which Prince Siegfried falls in love with a bird
    $100 8
Paris is served by both Orly and an airport named for him
    $100 3
In 1915, the Religious Society of Friends tried to make this company change its name
    $100 13
Reddy, Keller, of Troy
    $200 2
1 of 2 common weapons that are also common dives in competition
    $200 27
Containing a mixture of about 40 herbs, this aromatized wine is used in martinis
    $200 22
In this film, lovers Rutger Hauer & Michelle Pfeiffer turn alternately into a wolf & a hawk
    $200 9
Southerners say no matter where you go after death, you'll go through this city's Hartsfield Airport
    $200 4
In Judaism, the Sabbath begins and ends with this astronomical event
    $200 14
U2, a-ha, Wham!
    $300 5
Shape of a ninja's shuriken, it's what "shuriken" means in Japanese
    $300 28
According to the wine institute, in 1984 this major power was world's 4th leading wine producer
    $300 23
Disguised as a bull, he dazzled Europa with his animal magnetism
    $300 10
If you leave Hong Kong's Kai Tak on a flight to Sea-Tac, you'll land in this U.S. state
    DD: $500 15
A hit in 1953, this song of faith made No. 3 on the charts when Elvis released in in 1965
    $300 18
Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters, DNAGENTS, the Fantastic Four
    $400 6
To "speed up" the flying Dumbos at Disneyland, Timothy, the mouse on top of the ride, has 1 of these
    $400 29
If Edgar Allan Poe had tapped "The Cask of Amontillado", he'd have had this kind of wine
    $400 24
Fairy queen who made an ass of herself over Shakespeare's Bottom
    $400 11
In "Car 54, Where Are You?" theme, Khrushchev was due at NYC's JFK Airport, then known by this name
    $400 16
India's Taj Mahal is associated with this religion
    $400 19
Killing, Onion, W.C.
    $500 7
As part of plan to conquer the universe in a 1940 movie serial, he spread purple death dust over the earth
    $500 30
Located in this region of France, the districts of Medoc, St. Emilion, & Pomerol make red wines exclusively
    $500 25
A black poodle named Oliver slept with this blonde on her 1956 royal wedding night
    $500 12
World's busiest airport not named for someone serves this city
    $500 17
Denomination founded by a group of Oxford University students led by John Wesley
    $500 20
Rubens, Cadbury, & Mary

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Carl Ty Sharon
$1,300 -$200 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carl Ty Sharon
$1,600 $1,100 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
(Alex: A category that has to do with music called...)
GEOGRAPHICAL CLASSICS
WORDS
ELECTRICITY
FLAGS
EDIBLE NAMES
    $200 1
In 1893, New Zealand became the first country to give women this right
    $200 7
In 1931, Ferde Grofe was "suite" on this natural wonder
    $200 6
Of a musical instrument, horse-drawn vehicle, or type of wine, what a "Zinfandel" is
    $200 22
Unit of electrical energy equal to 1,000 watts of power consumed for 1 hour
    $200 12
Flag of this Asian nation, with symbol resembling the yin-yang, will fly at '88 Olympics there
    $200 17
Playing Tom Hanks' brother, this big man made a big splash in "Splash"
    $400 2
The 2 countries, which, in 1964, merged to form Tanzania
    $400 23
Though inspired by his stay in the U.S., this Dvorak symphony uses no American folk songs
    $400 8
Describing something as "piscine" means it resembles this
    $400 13
First unfurled after Hawaii's statehood, it's flown officially since 1960
    $400 18
Nickname of Ferdinand Morton, who claimed to have invented jazz in 1902
    DD: $500 3
During World War II, the United States ruled this island on behalf of Denmark
    $600 24
Respighi wrote symphonic poems about this city's pines & fountains
    $600 9
A nose that is "retrousse" is said to do this
    $600 14
A large collection of these triangular tapering flags is found at 161 St. in the Bronx, NYC
    $600 19
In 1977, this corpulent crooner came onto the pop scene like a "bat out of hell"
    $800 4
In 1858, the British government took over control of India from this company
    $800 25
This work by Sibelius aroused such patriotism that it was banned at times by ruling czarist regime
    DD: $500 10
"Defenestration" is the act of getting rid of an unwanted guest by doing this
    $800 27
These sub-atomic particles form the smallest units of electricity
    $800 15
Among international code flags, a yellow flag indicates this health warning
    $800 20
In 1971, he was "chiefly" responsible for instituting busing to end school segregation
    $1000 5
America's "Open Door Policy" of the late 19th century pertained to trade with this country
    $1000 26
Resulting from a trip to Spain, this rhapsody brought wide recognition to Chabrier
    $1000 11
"Segniorage" is the profit a government makes by doing this
    $1000 28
In honor of its inventor, a Galvanometer measures current in these units
    $1000 16
1 of 2 southern states on whose state flag the Confederate Battle flag can be seen
    $1000 21
This actress shot her way into the heart of Robert Redford in "The Natural"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carl Ty Sharon
$3,300 $700 $1,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GOVERNMENT
In 1971, this agency left the Cabinet & became a non-profit corporation

Final scores:

Carl Ty Sharon
$3,200 $1,400 $2,500
2-day champion: $9,200 3rd place: a Whirlpool microwave oven 2nd place: a Broyhill bedroom set + Waverly fabrics

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carl Ty Sharon
$3,800 $1,200 $1,800
18 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $6,800

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