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    $500 17
Model who's produced 2 "model" children for Mick Jagger
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Show #424 - Thursday, April 24, 1986

Contestants

Warren Harshbarger, an actor and a movie reviewer from Portland, Oregon

Janet Manley McNeil, an educator from San Diego, California

Pam Wells, a legal secretary from Detroit, Michigan (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $599)

Jeopardy! Round

WW II AVIATION
BROTHERS GRIMM
OCEANS
11-LETTER WORDS
EASY LISTENING
"HALL"s
    $100 26
Over 300 ships were sunk or damaged by these suicidal flyers
    $100 3
In Grimm, a hedgehog raced this animal who in Aesop raced a tortoise
    $100 14
Popular French South Seas paradise that experiences virtually no tides
    $100 1
Yearly recurrence of date marking a special event, heaven help the husband who forgets this
    $100 10
"Chances Are"' you'll find him "Wonderful, Wonderful"
    $100 12
What you do with your "boughs of holly"
    $200 4
When the huntsman cut open the wolf's belly, Little Red Cap & she came out alive
    $200 22
In summer, water in shallows of this gulf can reach 96°F, apt for a Mideast hot spot
    $200 2
This type of fan goes back & forth
    $200 18
Number of the "Strings" that have zinged for over 200 instrumental albums
    $200 13
Oklahoma City, OK., Canton, OH., & Cooperstown, N.Y. are each known for 1 of these
    $300 5
In the Grimm version she got her accoutrements from birds, not a fairy godmother
    $300 23
This Japanese term is translated into Eng. as "harbor...", "storm..." or "overflowing wave"
    DD: $600 8
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) Group singing the following: [Instrumental opening of "My Girl" plays] "I've got sunshine on a cloudy day..."
    $300 19
Soft drink jingle which became the only hit for The Hillside Singers
    $300 15
During Mexican War, U.S. Marines raised the Amer. flag over Nat'l Palace in Mexico City, later called this
    $400 6
When she turned 7, she was as beautiful as the day & more beautiful than the queen
    $400 24
The biggest iceberg ever sighted, larger than Belgium, was in this ocean
    $400 9
From the Latin "mel fluus", it means sweet flowing, as in a voice
    $400 20
Asked what song he wanted to be remembered for after he was gone, he popped up with "Bubbles"
    $400 16
Where you go in the Palace of Versailles to get a good look at yourself, 483 in fact
    $500 7
The 12 princesses mysteriously wore these to pieces each night
    $500 25
Usually located over trenches or near continents, it's the term for waters 18,000 feet or more
    $500 11
Along with igneous, the other 2 rock classifications
    $500 21
Born in Venice, Italy, this London Orchestra leader's name became synonymous with "easy listening"
    $500 17
Model who's produced 2 "model" children for Mick Jagger

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Pam Janet Warren
$900 $1,400 -$300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Janet Warren
$1,400 $3,300 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

JOURNALISM
WORLD CAPITALS
ASTRONAUTS
MOVIES
REAL ESTATE
ACIDS
    $200 6
On the average, this fills about 60% of U.S. newspaper space
    $200 8
This Austrian capital has a boys' choir to sing its praises
    $200 21
Astronaut who was once a contestant on TV's "Name That Tune"
    $200 1
The last film Walt Disney worked on before his death in 1966 was this Rudyard Kipling adaptation
    $200 15
Documents conveying ownership, or what a Boy Scout does "good"
    $200 10
Salicylic acid is used in making perfumes, fungicides, & this most common fever reducing drug
    $400 7
This paper has won more Pulitzer Prizes than any other
    $400 9
Until 1912, it was the British capital of India
    $400 22
It was after this lunar module had landed that an astronaut 1st set foot on the moon
    $400 2
Both he and director Michael Winner are on their third "Death Wish"
    $400 16
A multi-unit dwelling in which individual units of the whole property are separately owned
    $400 11
Generic name for a plain carbonic acid drink
    $600 12
Scandinavian country that leads the world in daily newspaper readership per 1000 pop., almost double the U.S.
    DD: $800 17
Easternmost capital in South America
    $600 23
A shuttle crew found this toy worked the same in space as on Earth, except for going down stairs
    $600 3
Confucius say, "This '66 Lemmon-Matthau movie made a lot of money from a little dough
    $600 26
Common in Old West, a way to gain title w/out challenge by living on property for a time
    $600 19
1st prepared in 1400s, this poisonous & highly corrosive acid is found naturally in your stomach
    $800 13
The largest U.S. owned newspaper chain, it publishes "USA Today"
    $800 18
Kiev, 3rd largest city in Russia, is capital of this Soviet republic
    $800 24
Of the original 7 astronauts, 1st in space was Alan Shepard, while he, "Gordo", made last Mercury flight
    DD: $600 4
For scene in this 1955 movie, William Holden had chest hair shaved to conform with motion picture code
    $800 27
It's through this gov't right relating to property that Oakland has tried to reclaim the Raiders
    $1000 14
Well-known '20s sportswriter; "You Know Me, Al" was a collection of his masterful short stories
    $1000 20
1 of few capitals in the world with no railroad is Teguciagalpa, capital of this Cen. American country
    $1000 25
1st astronaut to go into space a 2nd time, he was killed in a fire preparing for 3rd attempt
    $1000 5
In this 1984 film the Russians aren't just coming, they're here
    $1000 28
Ownership of property by more than 1 person that includes a survivor clause

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Janet Warren
$2,000 $3,300 $6,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE AMERICAS
Central Amer. country whose 1904 constitution contained a provision authorizing U.S. intervention

Final scores:

Pam Janet Warren
$2,000 $2,000 $6,195
3rd place: Panasonic am/fm stereo cassette car radio & Jetzon tires 2nd place: trip to Palm Springs & stay at Royce Resort Hotel New champion: $6,195

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Pam Janet Warren
$1,500 $3,300 $6,600
11 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
18 R,
6 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $11,400

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