Show #495 - Friday, October 31, 1986

Contestants

Brad Geagley, a writer and game designer from Los Angeles, California

Rosemary Woodlock, an attorney originally from Texas

Jeff Suto, a law student originally from Hacienda Heights, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT AMERICA
GILLIGAN'S ISLAND
5-LETTER WORDS
MUSIC
MIDDLE NAMES
HERALDIC BEASTS
    $100 9
These equines disappeared from N. America some 8000 years ago & were brought back by white explorers
    $100 1
According to the theme, "The tour" was supposed to last just this long
    $100 18
Her close ties to this really burned up Joan of Arc
    $100 6
Number of beats to the bar in music marked 3/4 time
    $100 23
Moses' brother & Elvis Presley's middle name
    $100 13
The Bahamas' coat of arms sports this pink bird; so do the credits for "Miami Vice"
    $200 11
At height of glaciation, the amount of ice in N. America exceeded that on this icy continent today
    $200 2
This character, named Roy Hinkley, was the only one who slept alone
    $200 19
The 1st ordinal number with 5 letters
    $200 7
An important part of this country's classical music is the raga
    $200 24
Leslie Stainer used this, his middle name, as his last in such films as "Gone With the Wind"
    $200 17
This beast has adorned the Holy Roman emperor's arms & Merv's stationery
    $300 14
As far back as 5000 B.C., this was the most important crop grown in what is now Mexico
    $300 3
Only cast member to come into the show with performances that "drew" 2 Academy Awards
    DD: $500 20
Webster's calls it "a color whose hue is somewhat less yellow than that of growing fresh grass"
    $300 8
A flourish of trumpets, its sounds like the price charged for a baseball booster to board a bus
    $300 25
Middle name of Harry Lewis, author of Dodswrth"
    $300 28
Coats of arms of Belgium, Bulgaria & Burundi have all displayed this beast, Panthera leo
    $400 15
Mayans played a sacred game on special courts using a ball made from this substance unknown in Europe
    $400 4
Creator Sherwood Schwartz's 1st choice to play Gilligan was this star of "My Mother the Car"
    $400 21
According to ungrammatical Sam Harris song, this "Don't Bite"
    $400 10
From Italian diminutive of "book", the book of an opera or musical company
    $400 26
Joe Barrow dropped his last name & used this, his middle name, when boxing
    $400 29
The crane, or "grue", is the symbol for this Swiss region famed for its cheese
    $500 16
Since Aztec p.o.w.s were sacrificed to the gods, their method of warfare was meant to do this, not kill
    $500 5
In the 2nd animated series, the group left "Gilligan's Island" & landed here
    $500 22
Navigational device that Captain Kidd wouldn't call a "map"
    $500 12
A koto is a Japanese zither with strings made of this
    $500 27
"Elton John" took this middle name. though he never killed a hydra or cleaned the stables of Augeas

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Jeff Rosemary Brad
$700 $200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Rosemary Brad
$1,900 $1,500 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
WARS
SWIMMING & DIVING
MOVIES
1890's
"YES" OR "NO"
    $200 2
Perhaps seeking peace after fathering 13 kids, this "War & Peace" author advocated chastity
    $200 11
Some U.S. official records call it "The War of the Rebellion"
    $200 16
The Varsity Match, world's oldest swim meet, is held between these 2 English universities
    $200 1
Olympic weightlifting silver medalist Harold Sakata played Oddjob in this James Bond film
    $200 26
In 1892, at age 53, WCTU founder Miss Frances Willard learned to ride one of these
    $200 21
It's said he lived to be 950 years old, including 350 after the flood
    $400 3
To "amuse" his mother, he hid in his pockets bats which he'd found in a Hannibal cave
    $400 12
In 1799, during war against Turkey, his army discovered Rosetta Stone in Egypt
    $400 17
In judging a dive, these 2 marks are thrown out
    $400 7
Before fame in "National Velvet", Elizabeth Taylor was in this collie classic
    $400 27
In 1896, the director of the Sorbonne's psychology lab, Alfred Binet, devised this test
    $400 22
"Lone Ranger" announcer asked listeners to "Return with us now to the those thrilling days of..."
    $600 4
Polish-born Jozef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski wrote "Typhoon" under this name
    DD: $1,500 13
According to the following song, he's the cause of all the wars in history:
    $600 18
In diving, 1 of the 2 heights above the water for a springboard
    $600 8
She starred as the "I" in "I'll Cry Tomorrow" & "I Want to Live"
    DD: $700 28
The Chicago Exposition celebrated the 400th anniversary of this
    $600 23
A subordinate who indiscriminately agrees with a superior
    $800 5
Perhaps Edgar Allan Poe's flair for the dramatic came from this, his birth parents' occupation
    $800 14
Buffalo, N.Y. was destroyed in this war
    $800 19
1 of 2 strokes whose finishing touch in a race must be made with both hands
    $800 9
Universal & UA turned down this script, but the film smashed box office records in 1977
    $800 29
After previously suggesting that Jews convert to Catholicism, Theodor Herzl founded this movement
    $800 24
From Latin for "nine", it's a Catholic devotion that's repeated 9 times
    $1000 6
Last name of English sibling poets, Osbert & Sacheverell
    $1000 15
A revolution broke out in 1905 as a result of Russia's defeat in this war
    $1000 20
Now a sportscaster, at age 13 she was youngest member of American team in 1960 Olympics
    $1000 10
In 1899, he played in "Ben-Hur" on Broadway, long before becoming a silent screen cowboy star
    $1000 25
Its chemical name is p-aminobenzoyl-diethylamino-ethanol hydrochloride

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Rosemary Brad
$5,200 $1,500 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AFRICA
Last 2 countries in world alphabetically; Victoria Falls lies on their mutual border

Final scores:

Jeff Rosemary Brad
$600 $0 $4,399
2nd place: Broyhill 6-piece oak bedroom set & natural white European down comforters, pillows & designer outerwear from The Company Store 3rd place: Fox graphite WB-210 tennis racquets New champion: $4,399

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeff Rosemary Brad
$5,900 $1,500 $7,000
19 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,400

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