Show #511 - Monday, November 24, 1986


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Jeff Ramsey, a news director from Medford, Oregon

Patty Young, an accountant from Azusa, California

Linda Williams, an engineering reports clerk from Pasadena, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
When his trumpet got bepop bopping, John Birks Gillespie got this nickname
    $100 7
For most right-handed people, speech area is located on this side of the brain
    $100 21
Of Groucho, Chico & Harpo, one whose regular costume didn't include a hat
    $100 9
As of Feb. 7, 1943, these were rationed to a limit of 3 leather pairs per civilian per year
    $100 2
This songwriter said, "I've got some brains under this wig & a heart beneath these boobs"
    $100 26
New York's "Great White Way"
    $200 3
Trumpet player Navarro & "Ain't Misbehavin'"s Waller share this nickname
    $200 8
The lacrimal glands secrete these, espcially at the end of a 3-hanky movie
    $200 22
Character known for the line, "Hey, Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit outta my hat"
    $200 10
Mass innoculations against this disease started in Pittsburgh on Feb. 23, 1954
    $200 14
Of 0, 3, or 28, number of children Arnold Schwarzenegger said he "always wanted to have"
    $200 27
Stone Street in New York is said to be the 1st of these in North America
    $300 4
A flashy Jazz Age suit, or tenor sax man Jack Sims
    $300 11
Of 57,000, 107,000, or 700,000, approximate # of gallons of blood the heart pumps in a year
    $300 23
Won by the horse "Citation", it's also descriptive of the pope's tiara
    $300 18
Day colonists founded Savannah in 1733, & birthday, in 1809 of the 16th president
    $300 15
"I learnt the way a monkey learns - by watching its parents," said this royal heir & polo player
    DD: $500 28
Street mentioned in the following song:
    $400 5
New Orleans pianist Ferdinand Morton took this nickname, but not for love of donuts
    $400 12
This small organ makes white blood cells & stores red ones, whether you're venting it or not
    $400 24
Nautical name for a stiff straw hat with a flat crown
    $400 19
Only because it is exactly divisible by 400, the year 2000 will have this date on its calendar
    $400 16
He wrote "Princess Snip Snip & The Puppykittens" for kids & "Meeting of Minds" for PBS
    $400 29
Though it's officially been the "Ave. of the Americas" for over 40 years, New Yorkers still call it this
    $500 6
Though he's not dad to dancers Gregory and Maurice, he's "Fatha" to everyone
    $500 13
To increase & decrease blood sugar, this gland produces the hormones insulin & glucagon
    $500 25
This men's felt hat got its name from the West German town near Wiesbaden where it was 1st made
    $500 20
New word coined after Governor Elbridge Gerry redistricted Essex County, Massachusetts on Feb. 11, 1812
    $500 17
Marilyn Mach vos Savant claims that, at 230, hers is the highest one on earth

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

Linda Patty Jeff
$700 $600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Patty Jeff
$2,400 $1,500 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
The sequel to this John Milton classic is "Paradise Regained"
    $200 25
His 1962 executive order gave federal workers collective bargaining rights
    $200 1
In 1986 TV series, Caryn Richman plays this Sandra Dee-Sally Field character "all grown up"
    $200 15
This Greek city was named for the goddess of wisdom
    $200 6
She was first carried into Julius Caesar's presence rolled up in a rug on the shoulder of a porter
    $200 20
This nurse was born on May 12, 1829 in Florence, Italy
    $400 11
Called the most widely read Polish novel ever, it's based on life of early Christians in Rome
    $400 26
Term for a business that legally recognizes a sole bargaining agent, not a place to buy UAW hats
    $400 2
He was Chief Dan Matthews of "Highway Patrol" 10-4
    $400 16
Known to the Romans as Caledonia, it became a kingdom in 844 under Kenneth MacAlpin
    $400 7
This love of Troilus, legendary prince of Troy, wasn't his new Toyota
    $400 21
These baseball birds won their last World Series on Oct. 16, 1983
    $600 12
It's said tales of this mischievous youth made author George Peck so popular he was voted Gov. of Wisc.
    $600 27
Beneath his bushy eyebrows was the vision to found the CIO & lead UMW for 40 years
    $600 3
Ethel Waters, Louise Beavers, or the buzzer on "Truth or Consequences"
    $600 17
Northern European country whose name means "the low countries"
    DD: $1,000 8
Poet Edgar Lee Masters said this man's spirit of forgiveness derived from his love for Anne Rutledge
    $600 22
Each ides of March the residents of Hinckley, Ohio honor the return of these birds of prey
    $800 13
He's described some of us as "Hidden Persuaders", "Status Seekers", & "Pyramid Climbers"
    DD: $1,000 4
2 of the 3 "spin-offs" from "Happy Days"
    $800 18
According to the Britannica, geographic distinction of the city of Ushuaia, Argentina
    $800 9
To marry her, Jacob worked 7 years, "& they seemed to him but a few days for the love he had to her"
    $800 23
On March 23, 1957, the army held public sale of their last of these outmoded means of communication
    $1000 14
A group of travelers tell 100 different stories in his "Decameron"
    $1000 5
He was the band leader on "The Tonight Show" when Johnny Carson took over as host
    $1000 19
Resort & tea producing center, this city in India's name is from Tibetan for "town of the thunderbolt"
    $1000 24
October 20, 1632 was the birthday of this great English architect

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Patty Jeff
$5,400 $1,900 $6,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The famous "Damn the torpedoes" command was shouted by a rear admiral during this war

Final scores:

Linda Patty Jeff
$5,400 $100 $2,500
3-day champion: $19,500 3rd place: New Home 2022 sewing machine 2nd place: Maytag washer & dryer & Donvier ice cream makers

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Linda Patty Jeff
$5,000 $1,900 $7,700
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
12 R,
3 W
21 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,600

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Game tape date: 1986-09-10
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