Show #404 - Thursday, March 27, 1986

Gary Palmer game 4.


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Paula Carr, a part-time secretary originally from Baltimore, Maryland

Kyle Thorson, a musician and a real estate agent originally from St. Paul, Minnesota

Gary Palmer, a physician from Palm Springs, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $12,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
Rumanian gymnast who won 3 gold medals, 1 bronze, & the world's attention at the Olympics
    $100 17
Hot tub named for its inventor, Roy
    $100 16
In "Road to Zanzibar", he was the one fired from a cannon
    $100 23
In W. Germany advertising on this is limited to 20 minutes per day
    $100 1
Dr. Joyce Brothers says men's attention to this part of female anatomy is left over from infancy
    $100 2
The 1978 Neiman-Marcus catalog offered a $600 edible Monopoly set made of this sweet
    $200 8
On March 11, Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above this level for 1st time since 1973
    $200 18
One theory says it's an abbreviation for Martin Van Buren's nickname, Old Kinderhook
    $200 22
In Roger Corman series, they were "Student", "Private Duty", "Night Call", "Young", & "Candy Stripe"
    $200 24
Whether it's weissbratwurste, mettwurst, or ganseleberwurst, wurst it can be is this food
    $200 3
Even infants in the womb have been seen sucking on this, not a silver spoon
    $200 9
In French sets, this property is Champs Elysees; in U.K. sets, Park Lane; in U.S. sets, this
    $300 10
He ran for V.P. on the Republican ticket with Gerald Ford
    $300 19
Though the Koran forbids its use, this liquid derives its name from the Arabic word "kohl"
    $300 25
Only country ever to be mentioned in the title of a Bond film
    DD: $500 26
Place in Germany referred to in title of this tune
    $300 4
Of freckles, teeth or hair, the one you can't be born with
    $300 13
According to official rules, this happens when you land on "Free Parking"
    $400 11
U.S. state that celebrated its 100th anniversary as a state in 1976
    $400 20
From German "schlag", Yiddish word for merchandise of inferior quality
    $400 27
The porcelain this city is known for was actually made in Meissen,12 miles to the north
    $400 5
According to Encyclopedia Americana, once you turn this age you're out of your infancy
    $400 14
Named for the prairie state, computer analysis shows it's the most-landed-on space
    $500 12
Secretary of Agriculture who resigned after telling a tasteless joke to Pat Boone & John Dean
    $500 21
From Latin "lacqueus", meaning a noose, a delicate fabric in an open pattern
    $500 6
In infants, it's about ¼ of the total body length, in adults, about ⅛
    $500 15
The U.S. gov't commissioned 2 Monopoly sets adapted for use here but neither has been used yet

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

Gary Kyle Paula
$1,100 $300 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gary Kyle Paula
$1,600 $1,000 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
In 1775 Daniel Boone established settlement of Boonesborough in what is now this state
    $200 4
Boston won the pro championship 8 years in a row in this sport
    $200 2
Walden Pond rustic who advised us to "simplify, simplify"
    $200 1
Completes "Have faith, hope & charity, that's the way to live successfully, how do I know?..."
    $200 11
Job of Karen, Melanie, Janice, Holly, & Dian
    $200 15
The outer part of the earth or of a loaf of bread
    $400 19
Though it was 1st profitable cash crop grown in colonies, government now subsidizes it
    $400 5
Sport in which "silks" are worn
    $400 6
Clarence Day followed "Life With Father" with this look at the distaff side
    $400 3
William Penn founded Pennsylvania as a haven for members of this denomination
    $400 12
Cancelled in 1978 after 6 mos., ratings indicate this host's "Knockout" wasn't "v-e-r-y interesting"
    $400 21
Though most faults lie beneath the earth's surface, this main California one is all too visible
    $600 20
"Cajun" derives from the name of this French colony in eastern Canada
    $600 10
Homeland of 1st non-American to win golf's Masters tournament, Gary Player
    DD: $800 7
Howard Hawks called it a "piece of junk", but got Hemingway to help adapt it for Bogey & Bacall
    $600 24
1-time galley slave John Knox founded the Presbyterian church in this country of the British isles
    $600 13
Among the singers on 1949's "Let There Be Stars" was this future star of "The Hollywood Squares"
    $600 22
Of a rotation, nutation, or revolution, the one the earth completes every 365-¼ days
    $800 16
The championship team in this summer league is awarded the Grey Cup
    $800 8
Called "greatest intellectual in land", this prolific Puritan penned 459 books, none of them "fleecy"
    $800 14
Presented for your consideration: strange as it seems, he was the original host of "Liars Club"
    DD: $500 25
Where the Earth ranks in diameter among our Sun's 9 major planets
    $1000 17
Last challenger faced by Rocky Marciano for the heavyweight crown
    $1000 23
Edgar Allan Poe character considered by many to be 1st modern detective
    $1000 18
Host of "Cross-Wits" & "Dealer's Choice", he now reads what you won on "Wheel of Fortune"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gary Kyle Paula
$4,300 $1,200 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: How many can there be?)
In 1920, the Harding-Coolidge ticket defeated James Cox & this future president

Final scores:

Gary Kyle Paula
$5,800 $2,399 $3,000
4-day champion: $18,400 3rd place: Olympus OMPC camera 2nd place: Frigidaire washer & dryer and his & hers Jules Jurgensen watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Gary Kyle Paula
$5,300 $1,200 $3,700
17 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
8 R,
3 W
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $10,200

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Game tape date: 1985-11-12
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