Show #521 - Monday, December 8, 1986

Contestants

Annette Freestone, a graduate student from Clovis, New Mexico

Bill Ryan, a national sales representative from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Lee Pritchard, a writer originally from East Lansing, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000)

Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
ANIMALS
FOOD
SPORTS
THE JET SET
(blank)
(Alex: All of the clues and all of the responses have to do with things that are missing.)
    $100 21
While this Swiss company dates back to 1866, they didn't make chocolate until 1929
    $100 15
Traveling during this part of day protects many migratory birds from birds of prey
    $100 8
Guinness says the hottest spice is capsicum hot pepper, better known by this "saucy" name
    $100 6
It's Italy's most popular spectator sport
    $100 7
This famous name in Italian fashion aptly launched his same-named perfume on Valentine's Day
    $100 1
Special type of ink spies use for secret messages
    $200 22
Family in which R.S. began a business making tin foil for Uncle R.J.'s cigarette packs
    $200 16
When oxygen in water gets too low, the African bircher fish surfaces to use these, not its gills
    $200 17
This type of mustard was named for the "capital" of France's Burgundy region
    $200 9
In "Confessions of a Hooker", Bob Hope tells of his love affair with this sport
    $200 10
Vanity Fair reported that this duchess' closest friends were barred from her April 1986 burial
    $200 2
The "A" in "AWOL"
    $300 23
Lee Pharmaceuticals saw 1986 earnings up some 250% from selling fakes of these to women
    $300 25
Though the pay is peanuts, capuchin & rhesus monkeys often "work" for these musicans
    $300 18
Some say the meat of this armor-plated mammal tastes like duck
    $300 12
College football's 2 major annual bowl games played in Florida
    $300 11
Russian dancer who leaped to freedom in France in 1961 & became a citizen of Austria in 1982
    $300 3
Word which, when illuminated, lets you know there's room in the inn
    $400 24
Type of business founded by Aaron M. Ward in 1872
    $400 26
Of a kangaroo, two-toed sloth, or pygmy marmoset, the one most closely related to a human
    $400 19
1st thought to be from Persia, the name of this fruit is a corruption of Latin for "Persian"
    $400 13
While rock music's "Killer" is Jerry Lee Lewis, baseball's "Killer" was this Twins slugger
    DD: $500 4
Title of the following 1974 Billy Preston hit:

"I'm not trying to be your hero /
Cause that zero is too cold for me /
I'm not trying to be your highness..."
    $500 20
This factor, not size determines whether a chicken is a fryer, roaster, or stewer
    $500 14
When Max Schmeling lost heavyweight title in a 1932 decision, his manager shouted this
    $500 5
Beetle Bailey character who fits the category

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Lee Bill Annette
$600 $1,600 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lee Bill Annette
$900 $3,900 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT HISTORY
TV TRIVIA
"GREEN"
AUTHORS
U.S. STATES
COUNTRY MUSIC FIRSTS
    $200 15
It was said "All roads lead to" there
    $200 14
In a 1978 TV Guide poll, he was both best liked & least liked sportscaster
    $200 9
It's given to grant the go-ahead
    $200 1
Some say that this author's 1st novel, "The Naked & the Dead" is best novel to emerge from WWII
    $200 6
Thoroughbred horses do well fueled by the "blue grass" of this state
    $200 24
For "Here You Come Again", she became 1st country female artist to receive a platinum record
    $400 16
At a public festival Mark Antony offered Julius Caesar this, which he turned down
    $400 20
Arthur Lubin, who directed Francis the Talking Mule in movies, went on to direct this animal on TV
    $400 10
If you have one of these, your garden looks great but your hand looks awful
    $400 2
Major English literary figure of 18th c., his strictly balanced style is often referred to as "Johnsonese"
    $400 7
Of Ohio, Indiana or Illinois, the 1 most densely populated & having the most large cities
    $600 17
Term for a fortress on a hill, many Greek cities, not just Athens, had one
    $600 21
"The Phil Silvers Show" character who got his name because the producers said he looked like a dog
    $600 11
Sam I Am served 'em with ham
    $600 3
Czech writer who wrote in German, his life, like his novels, was a constant "Trial"
    DD: $1,000 8
The states that make up New England
    $800 18
The Etruscans were ancient inhabitants of this present-day country
    DD: $2,000 22
British versions of these U.S. game shows were "Celebrity Squares", "Family Fortunes" & Criss Cross Quiz"
    $800 12
Emlyn Williams play filmed in 1945 with Bette Davis & in 1979 with Katharine Hepburn
    $800 4
With "Bourne Supremacy", a sequel to "Bourne Identity," you could call this author Bourne again
    $800 25
Years after the Okla. landrush of 1889, a similar one occurred on Sioux Indian holdings in this state
    $1000 19
This ancient biographer linked various great Greeks & Romans into 23 pairs in his "Parallel Lives"
    $1000 23
328 Chauncey St., Brooklyn was his address both on TV sitcom & in real life as a boy
    $1000 13
Betty Comden's songwriting & performing partner
    $1000 5
"I know for a fact there is life after death," said this author of "On Death & Dying"
    $1000 26
The only state in which caucasians are a minority

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lee Bill Annette
$2,300 $3,700 $1,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NOTORIOUS
The most famous families of Logan County, Virginia & Pike County, Kentucky

Final scores:

Lee Bill Annette
$4,600 $7,400 $3,200
2nd place: Longines watches & Eureka Express Power Team home cleaning system New champion: $7,400 3rd place: Frigidaire refrigerator

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lee Bill Annette
$2,300 $6,600 $1,600
18 R,
7 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
9 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $10,500

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