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    $600 24
Much to Sleeping Beauty's regret, this came into use in Europe by the 13th century
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Show #410 - Friday, April 4, 1986

Contestants

Phil Purganan, a sales manager from Daly City, California

Andrea Reid, a savings counselor from Culver City, California

Tom McCrossan, a sales representative originally from Rochester, New York

Jeopardy! Round

TRAVEL & TOURISM
SPORTS
LEFTOVERS
TOP 40
RELIGION
"CAN" IT
    $100 3
If you were cruising from Guadeloupe to Grenada you'd be gazing at this sea
    $100 1
This "underhanded" game can be played slow or fast pitch
    $100 15
Name of process for treating crude rubber comes from this Roman god of fire
    $100 7
With 21, this group had the most #1 Hits on Billboard's chart
    $100 16
"This is the place", he said upon reaching the Great Salt Lake Valley in Utah
    $100 22
An "Erie" waterway
    $200 12
Founded 1950, today this French "Club" has about 100 resorts worldwide
    $200 2
Sonja Henie won 10 straight world championships in this sport
    $200 18
The desexed, more edible version of a rooster
    $200 8
He's had 107 Top 40 Hits, the last 2 posthumously
    $200 17
To Hindus, a spiritually cleansing act of merit is to make pilgrimage to this river
    $200 23
The British say preserved this way is "tinned"
    $300 13
What you do with "Dos Equis" in Mexico
    $300 4
The last player to hit .400 was this Boston Red Sox great in 1941
    $300 19
Leonard Maltin documents this industry's history in "Of Mice & Magic"
    $300 9
On August 4, 1981, the date MTV debuted, he had the #1 Single - "Jessie's Girl"
    $300 27
Besides Christianity, the other 2 major monotheistic religions of the world
    $300 24
With this kind of southern cooking you get egg roll
    $400 14
2 shots most often required for foreign travel are yellow fever & this one for bad food & water
    $400 5
In 1988, this may be played in the "alleys" of Seoul as an Olympic demonstration sport
    $400 20
Ruling sovereign of Muslim state, especially of the Ottoman Empire
    $400 10
Of Lorne Greene, Sen. Everett Dirksen, & Patty Duke, the one whose Top 40 Song hit #1
    DD: $100 28
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) The following by Pachibel is an example of this polyphonic form: [Instrumental music plays]
    $500 25
2 of 4 modern-day countries you could be in when you're lost in Thrace
    $500 6
It is said there are more handball players in this U.S. metropolis than anywhere in the world
    $500 21
In a church or cathedral, it's the main or central hall
    $500 11
Steve Lawrence in 1963 & Donny Osmond in 1971 both had #1 Hits with this song
    $500 26
You "can" cross this type of bridge when you come to it

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

Tom Andrea Phil
$1,300 $200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Andrea Phil
$1,700 $200 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE SOLAR SYSTEM
POLITICS
MOVIE SERIALS
LITERATURE
ANATOMY
TEXTILES
    $200 3
A day on this largest planet is less than 10 Earth hours
    $200 2
In 1960, he was elected president by narrowest margin since 1912
    $200 14
The Iron Claw, Dr. Satan, & Emperor Ming, for example
    $200 1
Color of Hudson's "Mansions" & Connelly's "Pastures"
    $200 12
There are about 100 quadrillion synapses between the 100 billion neurons in this organ
    $200 22
Plant which accounts for about 95% of the natural fiber used in the U.S.
    DD: $400 4
The 4 inner planets
    $400 8
The Federalists, 1st U.S. national political party, were formed by him, 1st Treasury Secretary
    $400 15
In 1914 & 1934 serials, her "Perils" came at the end of each installment
    $400 13
Examples of these are the rectus abdominis, pectoralis major, & the heart
    $400 23
The Chinese began cultivating these "textile insects" about 2700 B.C.
    $600 5
Though almost 10 times bigger, this planet is only about 1/8 as dense as Earth
    $600 9
In 1871, cartoonist Thomas Nast used this animal as symbol of NYC's corrupt Tammany Hall
    $600 16
Ralph Byrd played this comic strip detective in 4 serials
    $600 19
The eye's projection screen
    $600 24
Much to Sleeping Beauty's regret, this came into use in Europe by the 13th century
    $800 6
As this planet's furthest point, it's over 4.5 billion miles from the Sun
    $800 10
After a controversial presidency, he once again became a Tennessee senator in 1875
    $800 17
A 1934 serial "Young Eagles" was dedicated to President Roosevelt by this group it was about
    $800 20
Substance that gives erythrocytes their red color, even in "bluebloods"
    DD: $1,000 25
2 of 3 adjacent southern states which are the 3 leading textile producers
    $1000 7
Though all others rotate on a vertical axis this outer planet spins on a horizontal one
    $1000 11
In 1903, this Midwest state was 1st to enact law for a direct primary
    $1000 18
Last seen as the antique store owner in "Gremlins", he was Kato in 1940's "The Green Hornet"
    $1000 21
The thyroid, pituitary & adrenal are this type of gland
    $1000 26
A 1733 invention that led to mechanizing looms, or the "Columbia", when airborne

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Andrea Phil
$1,700 $1,200 $4,400
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION
In each TV season from 1958 to 1961, the 3 top-rated shows were of this genre

Final scores:

Tom Andrea Phil
$3,400 $2,200 $5,399
2nd place: trip on Eastern Airlines to Orlando & stay at Radisson Plaza Hotel Orlando 3rd place: Hitachi 13" color TV New champion: $5,399

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Tom Andrea Phil
$1,700 $1,300 $4,200
13 R,
5 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W

Combined Coryat: $7,200

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