Show #373 - Wednesday, February 12, 1986

Dan Green game 2.

Contestants

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Nancy Brough, a speech pathologist from Santa Monica, California

Neil Jensen, a sales manager originally from Chicago, Illinois

Dan Green, a teacher from Las Vegas, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

EUROPE
GOLF
THE LAW
MEDICAL FOLKLORE
NEWSPAPERS
FIRSTS
    $100 4
This nation's official name is the Hellenic Republic
    $100 10
Organized in 1754, this country's St. Andrews Society set rules which are basis of modern golf
    $100 3
1 of the youngest of either sex was Susan Broyles of Colorado, only 23 when appointed
    $100 17
It's said you sleep best on this side of your body
    $100 21
Some cities' competing dailies print their papers on the same presses to reduce this
    $100 1
The Romans were the 1st to use this jewelry for wedding ceremonies
    $200 5
Citizen's of this small country aren't "neutral" about anyone littering there
    $200 11
The "yips" is a term for extreme nervousness while doing this
    $200 15
Term for trial lawyers in English superior courts, derived from the bar at which they stand
    $200 23
Some try to cure heartburn by sucking on this black mineral
    $200 27
The world's 1st printed newspaper appeared in this Oriental country in the 8th century
    $200 2
In 1912, over St. Louis, Capt. Albert Berry was 1st to use this successfully to get down from a plane
    $300 7
This country's city of Sheffield has been an iron & steel-making center since the 14th century
    $300 12
Golf ball covers are usually made of this
    $300 19
World's largest is Baker & McKenzie of Chicago with 600 lawyers in 29 countries
    $300 24
The Sioux regard these Ursidae as the chief of the healing animals
    $300 28
At least ⅓ of all newspapers are published on this continent
    $300 6
Opened to the public in 1863, the 1st one ran under London
    $400 8
This country that has many satellites built a monument to its 1st satellite
    $400 13
After winning 13 national championships in 7 years, this amateur golf great retired in 1930 at only 28
    $400 20
"Reclining" term for a legal claim on property used as security for a debt
    $400 25
To cure a look from this, an egg was rubbed all over the naked body
    $400 29
This paper's editor-in-chief, Otis Chandler, has an avid interest in surfing
    $400 9
1st U.S. stamps with these were issued in 1857, making them a lot easier to get apart
    DD: $500 16
Real Bohemians aren't artists but residents of this Eastern European nation
    $500 14
In 1457, golf was banned in Scotland for keeping men from practicing this martial skill
    $500 22
Not necessarily short, it's a written argument or summary of a case
    $500 26
Eating half a roasted mouse supposedly cures this, enuresis
    $500 18
Launched by the Ministerial Assoc. & YMCA of Spokane, this June holiday was 1st celebrated in 1910

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Dan Neil Nancy
$1,000 $900 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Neil Nancy
$1,900 $2,900 -$500

Double Jeopardy! Round

1981
NUTRITION
MUSIC ON THE MAP
U.S. GOVERNMENT
TECHNOLOGY
"LAST"
    $200 5
13-year-old Patrick Bossert had a best seller on the "N.Y. Times" list with a solution for this toy
    $200 1
A study of Eskimos revealed only 5% of those eating a native diet had this common dental disease
    $200 16
According to Barry Manilow, the Copacabana was "the hottest spot north of" there
    $200 23
After president & vice-president, government officer next in line for presidency
    $200 17
Sex of telephone operators in the 1st exchanges
    $200 11
According to playwright Sir John Vanbrugh, "He laughs best who" does this
    $400 7
Janet Cooke of "The Washington Post" had to give this back
    $400 2
Bottles of this liquid exposed to several hrs. of sunlight lose up to 70% of riboflavin content
    $400 21
"I found my April dream" in this country "with you"
    $400 24
According to the Constitution, in a criminal case, only this side may appeal a verdict
    $400 18
Of the 1940s, '50s, or '60s, decade in which jet passenger service was inaugurated
    $400 12
Of the 5 "Leatherstocking Tales" by James Fenimore Cooper, the 1 that fits this category
    $600 8
On January 29, this lifelong Democrat was appointed by Republican admin. as U.N. ambassador
    $600 3
Of fats, proteins, & carbohydrates, the 1 that makes up the least % of U.S. caloric intake
    $600 22
"The kids in" this Pennsylvania town "are sharp as a pistol when they do" this "Stomp"
    $600 25
This body alone can bring charges of impeachment on a federal level
    $600 19
U.S. models of these have included the 1904 Caloric, the 1912 Fwick, & the 1911 Irvington Izzer
    $600 13
In 1972, Alan Arkin was lead in movie version of this Neil Simon comedy
    $800 9
On Sept. 29, 1981, the U.S. Congress raised the Federal Debt Ceiling to this amount
    DD: $1,000 4
1 of 3 vitamins considered toxic if taken in excessive doses
    $800 26
Married "in a fever", N. Sinatra & L. Hazlewood were ready to go there "ever since the fire went out"
    $800 28
Cordell Hull served in this office nearly 12 years --longer than anyone else
    $800 20
Wheels with these allowed greater speed & maneuverability than solid wheels
    $800 14
From a "last line of defense", a final attempt, especially to avert disaster
    $1000 10
With "All-Savers", introduced by banks in Oct., a single person's interest was tax exempt up to this amount
    $1000 6
Tocopherols supply this vitamin
    $1000 27
When "Big Sam left Seattle in the year of '92" he was headed there
    DD: $1,000 15
Unfortunately, this aptly titled 1975 sing was 1st & only hit for Roger Whittaker:

There's a ship lies rigged and ready in the harbor
Tomorrow for old England she sails
Far away from your land of endless sunshine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Neil Nancy
$9,100 $2,500 -$900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE OSCARS
In '48, she became the only performer in the sound era to win Best Actress without uttering a word in the film

Final scores:

Dan Neil Nancy
$9,100 $4,999 -$900
2-day champion: $18,800 2nd place: 6-piece Broyhill bedroom + Bates bedspread 3rd place: Spring Crest drapery

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Neil Nancy
$8,900 $2,500 $600
22 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
14 R,
5 W
11 R,
10 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $12,000

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