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    $600 3
Some claim for 9 days in 1553, at age 15, Lady Jane Grey was this
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Show #411 - Monday, April 7, 1986

Donald Burgo game 1.

Contestants

Diana Collins-Moschini, an interpreter originally from Pascagoula, Mississippi

Donald Burgo, a teacher from St. Louis, Missouri

Phil Purganan, a sales manager from Daly City, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $5,399)

Jeopardy! Round

IDAHO
BOTANICAL SONGS
PATRON SAINTS
AMERICAN INDIANS
TRADE CENTERS
"LINE"s
    $100 16
According to its auto license plates, Idaho is famous for these
    $100 26
Type of tree Tony Orlando wanted his girl to "tie a yellow ribbon 'round"
    $100 9
Patron saint of the Boy Scouts, his "good deed" was rescuing a maiden from a dragon
    $100 1
Osceola, who conducted guerilla war in the Everglades, was a leader of this tribe
    $100 19
R.J. Reynolds' top 2 cigarette brands are named for this, its headquarters city
    $100 2
Since 1968, Glen Campbell's "Wichita Lineman" is "still" there
    $200 17
Though the University of Idaho is in this city, you won't find the students reading Pravda
    $200 27
Peter, Paul & Mary said it was very pretty & its flower sweet, but its fruit impossible to eat
    $200 10
Though the Irish are not overly proud of the British, this Briton is patron saint of Ireland
    $200 3
The Osage were once considered richest people per capita in the world, due to wealth from this
    $200 22
During World War II, this city produced more steel than Germany & Japan combined
    $200 7
Only line on a football field of which there's only one
    $300 18
The Sunshine Mine near Kellogg makes Idaho the number 1 U.S. producer of this
    $300 28
Of this, The Coasters said, "You can look, but you better not touch"
    $300 11
He's been taken off the calendar of saints, but his likeness is still found on many car dashboards
    DD: $300 4
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) Tribe for whom this tune is named: [Instrumental music plays.]
    $300 23
Noted for iron & steel, this Alabama city is called "The Pittsburgh of the South"
    $300 8
Because of this, Fred can charge up to $900 in purchases on his Visa card
    $400 20
Forced by the Castro regime to leave Cuba, this American writer moved to Ketchum, Idaho
    $400 29
If "it don't rain in Indianapolis", "then God didn't make" this song's title fruit
    $400 12
Patron saint of theologians is this theologian famed for his "Confessions"
    $400 5
Conn. settlers survived Pequot attacks thanks to this Mohegan chief made famous by J.F. Cooper
    $400 24
This Florida city produces more "Havana" cigars than any city in the world
    $400 14
It's been called the boundary between "y'all" & "youse guys"
    $500 21
They are, by far, the largest religious group in Idaho
    $500 30
Since it was their biggest hit, counting these didn't bother The Statler Brothers at all
    $500 13
French wine growers often pray to this saint, 1st syllable of whose name is French for "wine"
    $500 6
French called Hidatsa of North Dakota "Gros Ventres" after this anatomical feature
    $500 25
Middle Atlantic city that's called "The Chemical Capital of the World"
    $500 15
Thinking up the game gave Wink Martindale the inside track to host this game show

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

Phil Donald Diana
$1,400 -$400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Donald Diana
$3,200 $600 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
PARKS
AUSSIE ENGLISH
AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
WORLD HISTORY
HEAVEN & HELL
    $200 18
Martha Washington's last name before George married her
    $200 6
There are few parking lots next to S.F.'s Kezar Stadium because it's in this city park
    $200 7
He wrote "Eddie: My Life, My Loves" while living in an apartment lent by Rona Barrett
    $200 1
President of Egypt during 1973 Yom Kippur War
    $200 13
While hell may be down below, Hell's Kitchen is in this city
    DD: $1,000 19
First Lady who christened the 1st nuclear submarine, U.S.S. Nautilus
    $400 12
In 1962 Freddy Cannon had a hit about this now-defunct New Jersey amusement park
    $400 8
Much-accomplished sister of Olivia de Havilland, she still found life "No Bed of Roses"
    $400 2
Last name of father & 2 sons who ruled Nicaragua between 1937 & 1979
    $400 14
A condition between heaven & hell, or a famous West Indies dance
    $600 20
Real first name of Lady Bird Johnson
    $600 25
In Australia a "bluey" is a person with this color hair
    $600 9
"Casey at the Bat"
    $600 3
Some claim for 9 days in 1553, at age 15, Lady Jane Grey was this
    $600 15
The 1978 film was not a remake of 1943 one with same title, but of 1941's "Here Comes Mr. Jordan"
    $800 21
"The Steel Magnolia"
    $800 24
A "billy" is a bucket used for this
    $800 10
Senate & presidential candidate who wrote "With No Apologies"
    DD: $1,000 4
1 of 2 Chinese leaders married to the famous Soong sisters
    $800 16
These 2 religions teach a stay in hell lasts only until effects of evil karma are removed
    $1000 22
Nickname of Mrs. Lucy Hayes who wouldn't serve alcoholic drinks at the White House
    $1000 23
Though they're not native, Australia was once overrun by these "underground poultry"
    $1000 11
'50s TV superstar, this comedic actor asked "Where Have I Been?"
    $1000 5
In 1962, Ne Win overthrew U Nu to become this country's prime minister once more
    $1000 17
In 1979, it was Bonnie Pointer's explanation of where her lover came from

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Donald Diana
$5,400 $4,000 $2,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

ENGINEERING
Country which tried to build a canal across Panama before we did it

Final scores:

Phil Donald Diana
$2,600 $7,000 $0
2nd place: trip to San Francisco & stay at Holiday Lodge New champion: $7,000 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen his & hers watches

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Phil Donald Diana
$5,400 $3,200 $2,500
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $11,100

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