Show #469 - Thursday, September 25, 1986

Contestants

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Jim Bell, a student from Branford, Connecticut

Chas Wilson, an artillery officer from Watertown, New York

Don Tracy, a lawyer originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,300)

Jeopardy! Round

1965
FAMOUS ALEXANDERS
(Alex: I like that!)
CARDS
MAMMALS
THE CONTINENTS
GOLF
    $100 5
A scholarship & $102 per month got UCLA this student who'd later take the name Kareem
    $100 7
This inventor's deaf wife & mother could not hear his famous device
    $100 16
Number of potential royal flushes in a standard deck
    $100 26
The LAFD said, "Have you ever seen a... skeleton of this animal in a tree?", so they don't rescue them anymore
    $100 21
Cape Morris Jesup , northernmost point of North America, is part of this huge island
    $100 8
The target in golf, most are drained so that they don't "runneth over" after rainstorms
    $200 1
As fishnet lost the fashion edge, clover leaf & patterned lace became the latest in these
    $200 9
1 oz. creme de cacao, 1 oz. brandy, 1 oz. cream
    $200 12
Type of professional whose opening line might be "Pick a card, any card"
    $200 27
The Spanish Riding School in Vienna is known for training this breed of horse
    $200 22
Of Africa or South America, the one that's longest from north to south
    $200 17
Match play is based on the # of these won in a round, not total strokes
    $300 2
Ads for this German car promised "Charming Arrogance" priced from $3,884 to $23,500
    $300 6
He founded a city on a battlesite in India to honor his horse Bucephalus
    $300 13
Of poker, pinochle or bridge, the 1 whose name came over from Russia
    $300 28
Common name of North America's Taxidea taxus, it also means "harass"
    $300 23
The driest of all continents, it's home to the Gibson, Great Sandy & Great Victoria Deserts
    $300 18
Guinness says it's the 909 yd. par 7 7th at Satsuki Golf Club in Japan
    $400 3
A cheating scandal created "one heck of a roar" at this service academy
    $400 10
In 1979, he left the Bolshoi; in 1986's "The Money Pit" Shelley Long left him
    $400 14
The term "trump" is a variation of this word for "win"
    $400 24
Of the 7, number of continents that lie both north & south of the equator
    $400 19
Of golf's 4 majors, this one started in 1895 is the oldest played in the U.S.
    DD: $500 4
On the 100th anniversary of Appomattox, a Yankee defeat marked the opening of this Texas landmark
    $500 11
This poet penned his mock-epic to stop an actual family feud over a "ravish'd" lock of hair
    $500 15
In French, this suit is "trefle"; in German, "treff"; & in Spanish, "bastos"
    $500 25
Continent which, after Africa, has recorded the highest temperature, 134 degrees
    $500 20
In 1986 Gary Player said this Spaniard was currently the world's best golfer

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

Don Chas Jim
$1,100 $100 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Don Chas Jim
$1,100 $1,200 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
OLD RADIO
5-LETTER WORDS
U.S. CITIES
ADAPTATIONS
WOMEN FIRST
    $200 1
Just before Lenin died, he urged that this tyrant be deposed as Communist Party secy.-gen.
    $200 16
Meal associated with Don McNeill's "Club"
    $200 10
To woo, or the appropriate place to play tennis with Judge Wapner
    $200 4
It was up the steps of this city's museum of art that Sylvester Stallone ran in "Rocky"
    $200 24
Before Judy oiled Jack Haley, Oliver Hardy was the Tin Man in a silent film of this Baum book
    $200 3
In 1901, Annie Edson Taylor became the 1st person to survive this honeymoon site derring-do
    $400 2
In 1963, he resigned premiership of Israel & later moved to a kibbutz in the Negev Desert
    $400 12
Last name of "The Great" Throckmorton P.
    $400 11
Semisolid that precedes "bean", "belly" & "fish"
    $400 5
The Hurricanes of this city's university play their games in the Orange Bowl
    $400 25
Christopher Plummer won the Tony "by a nose" in the musical version of this Rostand play
    $400 6
Catholic convert Kateri Tekakwitha was 1st. N. American Indian ever to be proposed for this
    $600 18
Throughout its history as an independent country, it has been ruled by members of the Chiang family
    $600 13
Phrase which followed "The weed of crime bears bitter fruit, crime does not pay..."
    $600 21
To summarize, or put the bottle top back on
    $600 7
City that's home to the Schlitz Audubon Center, where a bird in the hand is worth 2 in the Busch Gardens
    $600 17
Annette Kellerman has been called the 1st female star to appear in a feature film in this condition
    $800 19
Resigning under pressure in 1960, this South Korean leader went to live in Hawaii
    DD: $700 14
His theme included this whistling section:
    DD: $800 22
The 5-letter word among the 5 W's a journalist must cover in an article
    $800 8
Franciscan father Junipero Serra founded his 1st California mission in this city
    $1000 20
After serving as president & dictator of this S. Amer. country for some 20 yrs., G. Vargas killed himself in 1954
    $1000 15
The "EW" in NYC radio station WNEW stood for this radio personality who wanted to form his own network
    $1000 23
A 1965 Richard Lester film told you "How to Get It"
    $1000 9
D.H. Lawrence lived & Kit Carson was buried in this northern New Mexico city
    $1000 26
Leslie Howard ordered a waitress "to go" in the 1934 film of this Maugham novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Don Chas Jim
$6,600 $400 -$200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CONSTITUTION
The next amendment to the Constitution will have this number

Final scores:

Don Chas Jim
$10,000 $799 -$200
2-day champion: $18,300 2nd place: Trip to the Xanadu Beach & Marina Resort 3rd place: Helbros His & Her Watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Don Chas Jim
$7,200 $400 -$200
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
7 W
7 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $7,400

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