Show #415 - Friday, April 11, 1986

Donald Burgo game 5.

Contestants

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Gregory Charles, a freelance photographer from Studio City, California

Kathy Collins, an attorney from Des Moines, Iowa (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,000)

Donald Burgo, a teacher from St. Louis, Missouri (whose 4-day cash winnings total $19,180)

Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
THE FOOD STORE
WORD ORIGINS
SEA LIFE
GOLF
"LONG" SONGS
    $100 1
On May 16, 1866 Congress authorized this new coin, nicknamed for its metal composition
    $100 6
A diet of Foix & Evian, it might be served in a French jail
    $100 8
Brother Rezin, not Jim, invented this famous knife which carries the family name
    $100 21
Since sharks' skeletons are cartilage, not bone, only spines & these are commonly found fossilized
    $100 25
For an amateur golfer, it isn't a bum leg but the strokes taken off his final score
    $100 13
At the 1984 Olympic closing, this Lionel Richie song came up hours short of its title promise
    $200 2
It was formed when the Revenue Cutter Service combined with the Lifesaving Service in 1915
    $200 7
It's what Campbell's asks you to add to their condensed New England clam chowder
    $200 9
Some say this term for a kind of shopkeeper is from German for "Do you have that?", "Hab' ihr das?"
    $200 22
Young females trained for the circus & called "seals" are really this sea animal
    $200 26
For righthanders, a slice curves this way
    $200 14
No mention of the poet is mentioned in this 1978 Neil Diamond "Serenade"
    $300 3
To give Taft, his hand-picked successor, a little space, he went on an African safari
    $300 18
Appropriate way Baskin-Robbins participates in the Rose Parade
    $300 10
The English thought flavors of cinnamon, cloves & nutmeg were combined in the 1 spice they named this
    $300 23
L.A. media report the best high tides to grab a handful of these 5-8" fish on the beach
    $300 27
In 1978, Jack Nicklaus scored 5 of these in a row to win a tournment
    $300 15
This comparative was the one-word title of a 1980 Dan Fogelberg hit
    $400 4
Young pastor in Montgomery, Alabama who organized city-wide bus boycott protesting Rosa Parks' arrest
    $400 19
How the Jolly Green Giant might grow a new vegetable or a new assistant
    $400 11
Plain cotton cloth used for sheets, originally made in Mosul, in what is now Iraq
    $400 24
Though most fish have eyes on left & right, adult flatfish have both eyes on this single side
    $400 16
The Beatles' aptly named last # hit, since they'd reached the end of one by 1970
    $500 5
The "Tom Thumb", 1st tested in 1830, was the 1st of these built in the U.S.
    DD: $400 20
According to the labels, 3 of 4 ways in which Dole doles out pieces of pineapple
    $500 12
Describes someone important, based on the size of haircovering they wore
    $500 17
Other than a bass, the only instrument used in this 1984 Billy Joel song was his voice

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Donald Kathy Gregory
$1,500 $1,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Donald Kathy Gregory
$2,100 $2,000 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

WARS
FIRST AID
WORLD CITIES
SCIENTISTS
BRIDGES
TV GUYS
    $200 9
H.G. Wells called it "The War That Will End War"
    $200 18
1 of 2 recommended actions you should take upon feeling faint
    $200 6
It was so devastated in WWII the Philippines had to move their capital to Quezon city
    $200 17
Specific field of study of Andre Ampere & Count Alessandro Guiseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta
    $200 12
It's the only bridge connecting Manhattan with New Jersey, no lie
    $200 1
Of the 144 shows he hosted in the series, he never took us "In Search of..." Spock
    $400 25
While our Civil War was between the Blue & the Gray, Russian Civil War involved these 2 colors
    $400 20
Blood flow slows & heart rate speeds in this "state", caused by emotional or bodily trauma
    $400 7
With "Amboy" it's a city in New Jersey, alone it's in Australia
    $400 19
"Timely" device used by Foucault to prove the Earth rotates
    $400 13
Of New York, Pittsburgh & St. Louis, the city with the most bridges
    $400 2
1976 mini-series in which Peter Strauss & Nick Nolte played brothers
    $600 21
A person very allergic to penicillin might wear a bracelet from this Turlock, Ca. foundation
    $600 8
Name shared by the city 58 miles S.E. of Concepcion, Chile & one 58 miles S.E. of Ventura, California
    $600 22
Using $150 earned by developing the Idaho potato, he moved to California
    $600 14
Term for boats which support floating bridges, or floats which support floating airplanes
    $600 3
He was dock foreman for Prendergast Tool & Die before he bought his bar
    $800 10
City which ranks 2nd in world to Paris in population of French speakers
    $800 23
Robert Goddard left for N.M. after police made him stop experiments with these in Massachusetts
    DD: $500 15
What the title of this 1954 hit tell you to do: "If you're a guy that's had a gal in each and every port / And you've forgot the rules of love that life has always taught..."
    DD: $1,000 4
2 current NBC series starring all or part of William Daniels
    $1000 11
The Greeks founded it about 2000 years ago as "Neapolis", a "new city"
    $1000 24
19th century German mathematician remembered for his "strip", a single-sided loop
    $1000 16
Big-budgeted star-studded 1977 WWII film that many thought was also "too long"
    $1000 5
Edna Babish was the landlord of this male pair, too

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Donald Kathy Gregory
$9,000 $2,400 $3,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN LITERATURE
Title of O. Henry's collection of short stories, "The Four Million" refers specifically to this

Final scores:

Donald Kathy Gregory
$7,000 $2 $3,800
5-day champion: $26,180 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen his & hers watches 2nd place: JP's General Store gift certificate & Benchmark carpeting

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Donald Kathy Gregory
$9,400 $2,400 $4,400
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
1 W
11 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,200

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