Show #459 - Thursday, September 11, 1986

Contestants

Tony Barreto, a deputy district attorney originally from New Bedford, Massachusetts

Steve Lipman, a teacher from Fullerton, California

Fern Cogar, a registered nurse from Pasadena, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE NAVY
SWEETS
"LITTLE" SONGS
BEAR FACTS
MOUNTAINS
____ THE ____
(Alex: And what that means, of course, is that in your response, you'll be expected to put a word in front of "the", and a word after it. For example, if we said, "A film about the destruction of a World War II German battleship", you would say "What is Sink the Bismarck!?")
    $100 16
In the early 19th c., the U.S. Navy built the very 1st warship powered by this
    $100 25
Though really a legume, it's the most popular "nut" used in U.S. candy
    $100 1
Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs told her, "You're everything a big bad wolf could want, owww"
    $100 18
Bears usually give birth to this many cubs, which stage-bear moms might push to get into Doublemint ads
    $100 8
A 1659 peace treaty made this chain the boundary between Spain & France
    $100 6
Title of game show hosted by Joe Farago. or what you hope to do in Monte Carlo
    $200 17
Little damaged in its many battles, it was nicknamed "Old Ironsides"
    $200 26
It's said a choirmaster shaped this candy in honor of shepherds who visited the baby Jesus
    $200 2
It was Jan & Dean, not the Beach Boys, who made it a hit in 1964
    $200 19
From French "gris", meaning gray, its name means "streaked with gray", not gruesome
    $200 12
South Sea country whose south island features the Southern Alps
    $200 7
Sen. Joseph McCarthy was the 1st guest on this CBS News interview show, Nov. 7,1954
    $300 21
Bartlett's says this naval motto is actually a misquote of Capt. James Lawrence's dying command
    $300 27
Candy makers in this N.E. Italian city were 1st Europeans to purify sugar into crystals
    $300 3
In a '60s song sung by Seeger, they were "all made out of ticky-tacky"
    $300 20
Traveling at over 5 miles an hour, this is the best swimmer of all bears
    $300 13
Of volcanic action, crustal uplift, or differential erosion, how Kilimanjaro was formed
    $300 9
Written the night before it was recorded in 1962, it was Ray Stevens' 1st major hit
    $400 23
The former home of the Chief of Naval Operations is now official residence of this elected official
    $400 28
In early 20th c., combination candy bars were consumer-tested on crowds at these U.S. athletic events
    $400 4
In 1958, the Elegants climbed high by asking it, "Where are you"
    $400 22
In their structure & tooth formation, bears are most closely related to this family of animals
    DD: $500 14
2 of the 3 high-speed "Mountain" rides in Disneyland
    $400 10
Jimmy Durante would yell it to bring a song to a grinding & funny halt
    $500 24
Navy detail drawn by Jack Nicholson in "The Last Detail"
    $500 5
Neil Sedaka told her, "I'm gonna make an angel out of you"
    $500 15
The Pindus Mountains in this country separate Thessaly from Epirus
    $500 11
Biblical dunker often represented as wearing a camel's hair suit

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

Fern Steve Tony
$2,200 $400 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Fern Steve Tony
$3,600 $1,000 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BROADCAST POLITICS
NOTORIOUS
LATIN
SPORTS STADIUMS
1957
ASTROLOGY
    $200 9
Stints as a radio sportscaster for WOC & WHO helped train this "Great Communicator"
    $200 10
His sister said he survived the bolivian shoot out & was reunited in Mexico w/Harry Longbaugh
    $200 8
Though it's named Exhibition Stadium, this Toronto AL team plays its regular games there
    $200 3
August 19; that'll be the day Buddy Holly hits the charts with this group
    $200 21
The zodiac is influenced by the "elements" water, fire, air & this
    $400 11
"Imprisoned island" which was the subject of presidential address televised on October 22, 1962
    $400 14
When President Carter commuted her prison term, she met the press wearing a T-shirt which read "pardon me"
    $400 7
Football stadium with the greatest seating capacity in America, it's the UCLA Bruins' home field
    $400 4
Learning how one of these infamous '50s weapons is handled helped "12 Angry Men" reach a verdict
    $600 12
When radio was our media hearth, his Fireside Chats comforted a troubled nation
    $600 17
Reason the 1919 Chicago White Sox received the nickname "Black Sox"
    $600 1
The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome was built to keep this NFL team from moving to warmer climes
    $600 5
Federal court orders & troops integrated Little Rock's Central High School against wishes of this governor
    $800 13
His speech to the Japanese peace treaty conference in 9/51 was TV's 1st coast-to-coast broadcast
    $800 18
Red revisionist who predicted "In the third year of Soviet rule in America you will no longer chew gum"
    $800 24
2 of 3 letters of our English alphabet which, in classical times, Latin lacked
    $800 2
The major league ballpark, Braves Field, was located in this city
    DD: $1,000 15
He left the following major hit on the charts when he died in June, 6 mos. after his brother:
    $800 25
1st published in 1968, over 4½ million copies of her "Sun Signs" are now in print
    $1000 19
The first series of these were televised May 17-Aug. 7, 1973
    $1000 20
He said, "We only kill each other," & in Beverly Hills in 1947, the mob killed him
    $1000 23
Motto seen on sundials, in Latin it's "Horas non numero nisi serenas"
    DD: $1,000 6
Only major league stadiums with "River" in their names, these 2 NL parks both overlook the Ohio
    $1000 16
His cover as a Brooklyn photographer exposed, this Soviet master spy was finger-printed in 1957
    $1000 22
This 20th c. pres. was the only one born under sign of Gemini, characterized by eloquence, wit & charm

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Fern Steve Tony
$8,800 $5,600 $2,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ACTORS & ROLES
In a 3-year period, 2 actors won Oscars for playing this character in different films

Final scores:

Fern Steve Tony
$11,800 $2,400 $10
2-day champion: $20,700 2nd place: a week's stay for 2 at Bluebeard's Castle hotel in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, with flight aboard Eastern Airlines 3rd place: Ricci's Art Deco Collection heavy silver-plated flatware service for 4

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Fern Steve Tony
$8,600 $5,500 $2,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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