Show #510 - Friday, November 21, 1986

1986 Tournament of Champions final game 2.

Contestants

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Marvin Shinkman, a stamp dealer from Sherman Oaks, California (subtotal of $1,600)

Chuck Forrest, a law student from Grand Blanc, Michigan (subtotal of $6,600)

Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois (subtotal of $4,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE SOLAR SYSTEM
WORD ORIGINS
UNREAL ESTATE
HEALTH & FITNESS
GIRLS IN SONG
THOSE DARN ETRUSCANS
    $100 3
This planet's sidereal day lasts 23 hours, 56 minutes, & 4.09 seconds
    $100 2
Imitation diamonds, they were originally gems obtained from a certain German river
    $100 13
The most famous M.D. in Puddleby-on-Marsh, though he should have been a D.V.M.
    $100 22
In October 1986, she had 3 different fitness tapes on the top ten videocassette sales list
    $100 18
In "I've Been Working On The Railroad", "someone's in the kitchen with" her
    $100 1
Etruscans did this by gazing into sheep entrails, not crystal balls
    $200 5
The symbol for this planet is, appropriately, a trident
    $200 12
It's the pace at which pilgrims rode to Canterbury
    $200 16
In this happy hobo land, there are birds & bees & cigarette trees
    $200 25
Am. Heart Assn. says those doing this have 2-4 times the risk of sudden cardiac death as those who don't
    $200 23
Both Tanya Tucker & Helen Reddy asked her, "What's that flower you've got on?"
    $200 4
Since Romans called them "Tusci", the part of Italy where Etruscans lived now has this name
    $300 7
The perihelion is the point in the orbit of a planet when it comes closest to this
    $300 14
The name of this game is Chinese for "house sparrow" a picture on one of the tiles
    $300 19
"A turn to the right, a little white light will lead you" here
    $300 28
The "New Parent Fitness Plan" tells new mothers to work out using these as barbells
    $300 24
According to the Edison Lighthouse, "love grows where" this girl "goes & nobody knows like me"
    $300 6
One of the few existing Etruscan manuscripts was found on the linen strips wrapped around 1 of these
    $400 9
Its largest moon, Ganymede, can be seen from earth through binoculars
    $400 15
An Irishman with this accent might be putting his foot in his mouth, because this word means "shoe"
    $400 20
Whether you like it or not, this forest is the main setting of "As You Like It"
    $400 26
1 of the 2 songs which topped the charts during Sept. 1962, both girls' names starting with "S"
    $400 8
'60s TV series which once used the expression, "Holy priceless collection of Etruscan snoods!!"
    $500 10
In August 1986, a 24-year-old Cal Tech student discovered one of these, so it was named for her
    $500 17
The name of this part of a camera was derived from its resemblance to a lentil seed
    $500 21
Though ancient Greeks thought it gloomy, this underworld wasn't for punishment like Dante's hell
    DD: $1,800 27
Having finished with Maybellene, Carol & beautiful Delilah, girl who C. Berry is after next here:
    $500 11
Fufluns was the Etruscan counterpart of this Greco-Roman god of grape guzzling

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

Paul Chuck Marvin
$900 $1,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Chuck Marvin
$0 $2,500 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CIVIL WAR
PHILOSOPHY
'50S TV
BRITISH ROYALTY
STATE CAPITALS
FAMOUS WALTERS
    $200 3
Famous slave who sued for his freedom in 1857
    $200 4
G. Santayana, said, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to" do this
    $200 16
John Beresford was a billionaire who made someone this each week
    $200 12
Empress of India who reportedly lamented, "We are rather short for a queen"
    $200 14
Name of this state capital comes from the French for its many trees, "les bois"
    $200 1
The only quote in Bartlett's attributed to him is "and that's the way it is"
    $400 5
Meeting her Lincoln said, "So this is the little lady who made this big war!"
    $400 7
Often called the father of modern philosophy, his philosophy was often called "Cartesianism"
    $400 24
This alternative title of "The Gale Storm Show" was also a Stephen Foster song
    $400 22
Shy princess whose great-grandmother divorced Baron Fermoy for a real groom - a horse trainer
    $400 15
When a city was named for him in 1858, this territorial governor must have felt a mile high
    $400 2
To the Chicago Bears, he's "Sweetness"
    $600 8
This U.S. senator from Mississippi opposed secession but left the Senate when his state seceded
    $600 18
The word philosophy comes from 2 Greek words "philo" & "sophia" meaning "love of" this
    $600 25
When ill or on vacation, this man was replaced by "Bison Bill"
    $600 23
Legend says the Stuart kings descended from Fleance, son of this "Macbeth" victim
    $600 17
Capital named for explorer who was a prisoner in the Tower of London for 13 years
    DD: $500 6
From 1954-1976, these 2 Walters concurrently owned & managed the Dodgers
    $800 11
In 1865, he published the last issue of "The Liberator"
    $800 19
It's the study of the principles of reasoning
    $800 26
Besides hosting daytime's "The Price Is Right", Bill Cullen was a regular on this nighttime game show
    DD: $100 28
Before Prince Andrew, this man was the last Duke of York
    $800 20
It can be found on an arm of Puget Sound
    $800 9
Said to favor quiet diplomacy, this current U.S. ambassador to the U.N. titled his memoirs "Silent Missions"
    $1000 13
In 1856, on the Senate floor, Rep. Preston Brooks of S.C. beat this Mass. senator unconscious
    $1000 27
He was the only "Garry Moore Show" regular, besides Garry, to appear on the show for its entire run
    $1000 29
In the 12th c. Matilda, mother of this 1st Plantagenet king, tried to plant herself on the throne
    $1000 21
In 1754, a colonial congress meeting in this state capital adopted Ben Franklin's plan of union
    $1000 10
In 1961 he ordered the building of the Berlin Wall

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Chuck Marvin
$1,100 $7,800 $1,400
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GOVERNMENT
Last year in which we went an entire calendar year without a vice president in office

Final scores:

Paul Chuck Marvin
$0 $8,000 $1,400

Cumulative scores:

Paul Chuck Marvin
$4,000 $14,600 $3,000
1st runner-up: $5,000 Tournament champion: $100,000 2nd runner-up: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Chuck Marvin
$3,000 $8,300 $1,400
13 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
25 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $12,700

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