Show #393 - Wednesday, March 12, 1986

Barbara Lowe game 5.


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Mark Molenaar, an engineer from Phoenix, Arizona

Ivy Weiss, a law clerk originally from the Bronx, New York

Barbara Lowe, a writer and a researcher from Anaheim, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $26,992)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And the quotation marks, of course, mean, Barbara, that "sea" will appear in all correct responses.)
    $100 21
The amount of this substance in solution in the seas has been estimated at 56.000 million million tons
    $100 20
Shades of this color include periwinkle, cobalt, & teal
    $100 1
Of "Harry & Tonto", the one who was the cat
    $100 15
To most cooks, ratatouille isn't ratatouille without this purple vegetable
    $100 5
The 1st was exploded on Eniwetok Atoll in 1952
    $100 13
What she sells by the seashore
    $200 22
It's located below the crust & above the "fireplace" of the molten core
    $200 17
The 3 primary colors in paint
    $200 2
"Old Yeller" started foaming at the mouth when he found out he had this disease
    $200 14
The preserved "100-year-old" eggs of this animal are considered a delicacy in China
    $200 6
When first used, people answered them with "Ahoy"
    $200 19
Members of U.S. Navy whose name came from initials for "construction battalions"
    $300 26
Shaped like the Greek letter, this river's delta was 1st to be called a delta
    $300 8
Where you are if your business is doing business on the plus side of the column
    $300 3
Though his real name was Jackie, for 18 years he played this, the MGM lion
    $300 11
Meat of a sheep at least 1 year old
    $300 18
In Nov. 1984, the FDA approved an electronic device which can replace this sense organ
    $300 23
What you've got when you can stroll on deck without having to stop & lean over the side
    $400 27
At this location, a freely suspended compass needle will point straight down
    $400 9
In Spanish, this Major League team would be called Los Calcetines Rojos
    $400 4
Film in which Bo Derek lost a leg to a rampaging killer whale
    $400 12
Often served together, arrugala & radicchio are 2 types of this
    $400 29
1946 invention that provided a way-out experience for endangered jet crews
    $400 24
Horse of the year in 1938
    DD: $500 10
Singer of the following 1983 hit:

"I can't keep up with what's been going down /
I think my heart must just be slowing down / Among the human beings..."
    $500 7
In the Disney film, "Tonka" was this, not a toy truck
    $500 16
Not found in castle cellars, it's an excellent flavored crab from the Pacific Northwest
    $500 28
Edison's earliest known invention, it was patented in 1869, but Congress "elected" not to buy it
    $500 25
8-letter synonym for mariner

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

Barbara Ivy Mark
$900 $900 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Ivy Mark
$1,300 $3,000 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
Garfield, Truman, & Ford were only presidents with this sinistral trait
    $200 9
The framework of bones supporting lower part of abdomen, or Elvis' epithet
    $200 12
Number of faces with moustaches on Mt. Rushmore
    $200 1
1st watch to "resist" this was made by the Rolex company in 1926
    $200 26
Reading was taught mainly from this "good" text
    $200 2
His caddy for the 1985 U.S. Open in Birmingham, Mich. was Jack Nicklaus, Jr.
    $400 20
Teddy Roosevelt's wife & mother both had misfortune of doing this on Valentine's Day in 1884
    $400 13
Where you'd find pairs of atriums, auricles, & ventricles
    $400 15
Originally with a retractable roof, this Roman landmark could have been called Gladiatordome
    $400 3
Because a bell once tolled the hours, this "timely" word was taken from "cloche", French for bell
    $400 5
In 1985 baseball season, he earned nickname Dr. K
    DD: $1,000 21
1 of 2 presidents whose books formed the basis of a television series
    $600 14
Opposition of this part has been described as single most important movement of the hand
    $600 16
Its white curving roofs were built to resemble wind-filled sails
    $600 4
It began in 2637 B.C., the year in which Emperor Huang-ti supposedly invented it
    $600 27
Name prairie schooner probably came from fact that these were wagons designed to do this
    $600 6
On April 15 1985, Marvin Hagler knocked him out in 3rd round of World Boxing Championship at Caesars Palace
    $800 22
At 31 years, this president lived the longest after leaving office
    $800 17
Part of the body used for mastication
    $800 24
When opened to the public in 1958, 1 of 1st guests was said to have asked "Where is Rosebud?"
    $800 10
2359 in military time is this in civilian
    $800 7
Lady Byng Trophy is given to most gentle-manly player in this league, not known for gentle play
    $1000 23
President long associated w/NYC, in 1883, he was 1st to officially walk across the Brooklyn Bridge
    $1000 18
Largest lymphoid organ in the body, it destroys worn out blood cells & acts as a blood reservoir
    DD: $600 25
The 36 Doric columns on the exterior of the Lincoln Memorial represent this
    $1000 11
Dendrochronology is a science "rooted" in the use of these to date past events
    $1000 8
George Murray won this division of the 1985 Boston Marathon in 1 hour 45 minutes & 34 seconds

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara Ivy Mark
$4,100 $5,600 $3,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of 4 state capitals with the word "city" in their name

Final scores:

Barbara Ivy Mark
$8,200 $2,999 $50
5-day champion: $35,192 2nd place: Kelvinator 30" electric range with self-cleaning oven + Krups juicer, food slicer, stand mixer, timer, scale, coffee mill & Brewmaster electric drip coffee maker 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen his & hers Classic Series diamond dial watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Barbara Ivy Mark
$3,700 $6,500 $3,100
17 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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Game tape date: 1985-10-23
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