Show #360 - Friday, January 24, 1986


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Bob Danielson, a financial analyst from Miami Springs, Florida

George Lynch, a graphic artist and a part-time minister from West Hollywood, California

Ann Antell, a teacher from Ypsilanti, Michigan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $18,110)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
In 1985, largest-scale live rock festival ever drew 1.5 million to this Brazilian city
    $100 11
Winds reach over 900 MPH on this giant neighbor of Jupiter
    $100 2
In 1985 after 8 tries, they beat the Celtics for the NBA title
    $100 8
After 1510, Africans began replacing the Indians as these in the new world
    $100 1
Using the American term for this, Gilbert & Sullivan's operetta is "H.M.S. Apron"
    $100 9
Fred was one on "Baretta"
    $200 25
Harlem theater whose reopening was celebrated in an NBC rock music special in May, 1985
    $200 12
Most meteors are bits of debris left by these passing by
    $200 3
This annual amateur boxing tournament was 1st held in 1927
    $200 13
Hard quartz used by Indians as arrowheads & firestarters
    $200 4
A Briton would have these "turn-ups" put on his trousers, not his plate
    $200 10
He sat in a chair marked "Mrs. Bates" during the filming of "Psycho"
    $300 19
Energy the sun emits in this time unit is 13 million times the energy used in the U.S. daily
    $300 22
Though traced back to ancient Rome, handball came to the U.S. from this Celtic country
    $300 14
This S.W. tribe of Indians came to name a criminal element in faraway Paris
    $300 5
What a British sports fan wears sitting around in his "vest" drinking beer & watching the telly
    $300 15
"Body part" warmed by sentiment
    $400 20
Since 1979, this planet, not Pluto, is furthest from the sun
    $400 26
In 1700, Francisco Romero became the 1st famous figure in this controversial "sport"
    $400 16
The English named this tribe for the many streams that ran through their southern U.S. domain
    $400 6
A man could get arrested for wearing these British "knickers" to play golf
    DD: $100 23
    $500 21
It would take an Apollo spacecraft over 100,000 years to reach this nearest star to the sun
    $500 27
In 1985 this former teen wonder became the 1st American jockey in 65 years to win Britain's Epsom Derby
    $500 18
This same Indian word means a ceremony, a medicine man, or most often, a political meeting
    $500 7
Part of the body where women wear "winklepickers"
    $500 24
Ency. Americana says he felt slighted he wasn't named Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army

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

Ann George Bob
$1,600 $100 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ann George Bob
$2,600 -$200 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Added to U.S. Nat'l Archives was marriage certificate of this ruler who'd killed himself the year before
    $200 1
In a singles bar, they'll ask for your sign, but a pro at this will ask for your birthday
    $200 5
English translation of this Strauss title is "The Cavalier of the Rose"
    $200 15
According to "USA Today", 95% of newsweekly magazines' sales are by this
    $200 10
The Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics, not a country that exports cats
    $200 23
The Sponsor of "Wild Kingdom"
    $400 3
In its 2nd test, it sank 10 ships, including the battleship "Arkansas"
    $400 8
The radiated light around your body which can be seen by certain attuned people
    $400 21
In his "Don Giovanni" an orchestra on stage played an aria from his "Marriage of Figaro"
    $400 16
In 1909, John Hill & he formed a company to publish technical books
    $400 11
Actors belong to SAG, but extras belong to SEG, this union
    $400 24
Long before "Night Court", she was a real gem writing for Uncle Milty & Sid Caesar
    $600 4
This crooner introduced the idea of transcribed rather than live broadcasts
    $600 9
In a series of books, Carlos Castaneda tells of his apprenticeship with this Yaqui Indian
    $600 26
Appropriate profession of Floria Tosca in the opera "Tosca"
    DD: $400 17
"At the Movies" reviewers Siskel & Ebert write for these rival Chicago papers
    $600 12
Missiles called "SAM"s are of this type
    $600 25
Based on the Peter Bogdanovich film, this 1974 series featured Jodie Foster as Addie Pray
    $800 6
A leading Shakespearean actor in the 1890s, this movie cowboy died June 23, 1946
    $800 20
Spiritual organ located in the center of the forehead
    $800 27
Opened in 1833, it presented its 1st American opera in 1910
    $800 18
Eugene F. Maleska edits this for "The New York Times"
    $800 13
Meaning of graphic designers' axiom "KISS"
    $1000 7
The U.N. voted 46-to-7 to accept this family's offer of a site in New York for permanent headquarters
    $1000 22
Sanskrit for "to blow out", for only in this state is hate, greed & ignorance extinguished
    $1000 28
"Ho-jo-ho-to" was her battle cry in Act II of Wagner's "Die Walkure"
    $1000 19
Publishers of Dr. Seuss, in 1933, they won the U.S.'s most famous censorship case on "Ulysses"
    $1000 14
To Chevy, IROC is a Camaro, bt to A.J. Foyt it's this event he's driven IROCs in

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ann George Bob
$4,400 $1,200 $8,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

To honor him in 1965, Elizabeth II was the 1st reigning British monarch to attend a commoner's funeral

Final scores:

Ann George Bob
$50 $1 $8,950
2nd place: La-Z-boy sleep sofa & LouverDrape Vertical blinds 3rd place: Olympus 35mm camera New champion: $8,950

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ann George Bob
$4,700 $1,400 $8,900
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
5 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
24 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $15,000

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Game tape date: 1985-09-17
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