Show #400 - Friday, March 21, 1986


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Susan Lopez-Dailey, a librarian from Yorba Linda, California

Chris Sevilla, a student from San Diego, California

Stuart Haven, an opera director from New York City (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 23
Medium whose 1st spoken messages included "Wait a minute, you ain't heard nothin' yet"
    $100 13
Among this author's dog tales are "White Fang" & "The Call of the Wild"
    $100 8
It's put before a legislature or goes before a duck
    $100 1
Though she resorted to an insanity plea, this saloon-smasher was guilty of trespass in 1901
    $100 6
Restudying data from Viking I, scientists believe this planet once had enough water to support life
    $100 21
The company formerly called "Alonzo Richmond, Agents for Onondaga Salt" now bears his name
    $200 24
They might not take their honey to the dance, but they'll dance to tell where the honey ts
    $200 14
The American Greyhound Operators Assoc. was founded in this state in 1947
    $200 9
A heavy blow, a mollusk that's slow, or fake metal dough
    $200 2
Sean Connery film set in 1855 or a British crime pulled off in 1963
    $200 7
Popular name for scintillation, little stars do it
    $200 22
While Asa Gray was known for his books on botany, Henry Gray was known for his books on this science
    $300 25
In Sunday Dick Tracy comics it was always pointed out on Dick's wrist by an arrow
    DD: $200 15
Martini-loving character in the following:
    $300 10
4-letter word for one of the 4 prongs on a fork
    $300 3
This Top 10 show is the only current network series with a crime in its title
    $300 18
Of much larger, about the same size, or 1/4 smaller, how Uranus compares to Earth
    $300 28
While John Bartlett put his name on a book of quotes, Enoch Bartlett put his name on this
    $400 26
With a brain larger than man's, their language is a system of beeps, whistles, & clicks
    $400 16
A toy dog from China, its name sounds like what a mini skirt allows
    $400 11
You may get it at the end of a grocery check-out or, "sad"ly, at the end of a job
    $400 4
In ancient Babylonia an author would press these into his cuneiform to protect against forgery
    $400 19
Phase in which the Moon must be for a lunar eclipse to occur
    $400 29
Textile manufacturer whose big donation got the N.Y. Institute of Musical Art named for him
    $500 27
To demonstrate this in 1877, Watson had to sing "Auld Lang Syne" & "Yankee Doodle"
    $500 17
In the U.S. common name of the Alsatian
    $500 12
Twist out of shape, or the type of drive the Starship Enterprise has
    $500 5
Bruno Hauptmann made headlines when convicted of taking this in 1932
    $500 20
It follows that if the constellation Sagittarius is "the archer", the constellation Sagitta is this
    $500 30
Captain Cook gave this name to a Pacific island group in honor of Earl John Montagu

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

Stuart Chris Susan
$100 $2,000 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stuart Chris Susan
$2,200 $3,500 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These are all answers that have been composed by the celebrities themselves as a way of giving you a clue to their identity.)
    $200 9
A statue of Eros stands in the center of this neon-lit traffic round-a-bout
    $200 14
Napoleon landed here on his return from Elba in 1815, a little early for the film festival
    $200 2
In 1985, this television series celebrated its 33 1/3 anniversary
    $200 6
French for "a touch"
    $200 7
Raising millions for charity, I've also given away millions as "America's big dealer"
    DD: $1,000 10
The 2 London landmarks mentioned in chorus of Roger Miller's "England Swings"
    $400 15
Famous speech given at dedication of a national cemetery in Pennsylvania, November 18, 1863
    $400 3
You don't apply for their Platinum Card; they pick you
    $400 27
City where you can see Dada at the MoMA
    $400 22
It's what Midas touched that changed his mind about wanting gold
    $400 8
Called "The Philly Phenom", I grew up with 6 sisters ranging in height from 5'5" to 5'8"; I'm 7'1"
    $600 11
It was originally the garden of a convent in Westminster
    $600 16
He was the 1st to take the title "Tsar of all Russia"
    DD: $500 1
Helen Keller,
Eugene Debs, &
Jane Addams were among liberals who formed this assoc. in 1920
    $600 26
When he needed money, he'd knock off a few portraits of Washington & these he finished
    $600 23
According to the 1973 song, when Diana Ross wanted you to touch her
    $600 19
An Olympic gold medalist, "she has breakfast like the big boys do"
    $800 12
The marble arch was to be its entrance way, but was too narrow for the state coach to pass through
    $800 17
He was installed June 4, 1946 as the 29th president of Argentina
    $800 4
1972 song hit which began "A long, long time ago..."
    $800 24
Penalty called when the football referee touches the back of his knee
    $800 20
The arm I lost in "Cat People" I could sew back on as Dr. Ehrlich in "St. Elsewhere"
    $1000 13
Nickname "The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street", its worth is measured in pounds
    $1000 18
Symbol of sovereignty among Greeks & Romans, the Turks picked it up in Constantinople
    $1000 5
Andy Rooney, Chevy Chase, & Marshall Efron were contributors to this PBS series
    $1000 25
According to St. Matthew, people besought Jesus so "they might only touch" this
    $1000 21
I tap danced to "I Can't Get No Satisfaction" on a game show in "Melvin & Howard"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stuart Chris Susan
$5,400 $4,300 $1,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

From a medieval occupation, this common English surname is Ferrer in Spanish & Kovacs in Hungarian

Final scores:

Stuart Chris Susan
$2,100 $7,600 $2,600
3rd place: trip to Palm Springs & stay at Ingleside Inn New champion: $7,600 2nd place: Admiral refrigerator & Frigidaire microwave oven

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stuart Chris Susan
$5,500 $5,300 $1,800
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,600

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Game tape date: 1985-11-05
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