Show #512 - Tuesday, November 25, 1986


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Sally Mason, a writer from Santa Monica, California

Craig Schuman, an attorney from Seattle, Washington

Linda Williams, an engineering reports clerk from Pasadena, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $19,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
Isopropyl, wood & ethyl
    $100 8
Country whose folk dances include clogs, hornpipes & jigs
    $100 2
Yes, kabuki is a popular version of this traditional Japanese theater
    $100 11
The name "Australia" comes from a Latin word meaning this compass direction
    $100 1
Their army built the Trojan Horse
    $100 13
Production of this candy is a major pull for tourists in Atlantic City
    $200 16
In 1633, the Inquisition forced him to recant his belief that Earth revolves around the Sun
    $200 17
It's the only type of dancing to feature a caller
    $200 3
Name for this type of entertainment came from the "vau de vire", valley of Vire, in Normandy
    $200 12
Of whites, Aborigines, or kangaroos, the one of which Australia has the most
    $200 4
This 1877 best seller, Anna Sewell's only book, protested cruelty to horses
    $200 14
It's where "they check in, but they don't check out"
    $300 28
Dripstone columns hanging down from the ceilings of caves are called this
    $300 20
Country known for both rum & the rumba
    $300 5
As Broadway is to New York, the West End is to this major city
    $300 23
Because Britain could no longer send them to America, they were sent to Australia
    $300 9
Altair, Antares, Rigel & Aldebaran were the 4 who pulled him to victory
    $300 15
Br'er Babbit found himself stuck on this Uncle Remus character
    $400 29
As a class, this type of chordate has the best eyesight by far
    $400 21
A variation of the Scottish sword dance is this famous dance of hops & kicks
    $400 6
This group's act is advertised as "juggling & cheap theatrics"
    $400 24
Name of this animal comes from Aboriginal word meaning "no drink", as they rarely do
    $400 18
In chemical terms, this horse of Ichabod Crane would be called "potassium nitrate, sulfur & charcoal"
    $400 19
Colonial America's "triangle trade" was composed of slaves, rum, & this sticky liquid
    $500 22
Cossack step in which men squat & kick their legs out originated in this part of the U.S.S.R.
    $500 7
In 1986, these 2 plays by Neil Simon, one a sequel to the other, were both playing on Broadway
    $500 25
Though he was never in Australia, its highest peak is named for this Polish patriot
    $500 27
2 of the 3 thoroughbreds that won the triple crown in the '70s
    $500 26
From late Latin for "musty juice", this glue is obtained from the seed coats of certain plants

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

Linda Craig Sally
$400 $900 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Craig Sally
$1,300 $2,200 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE '50s
    $200 1
The "empire",
the "sack" &
the "chemise"
    $200 8
Though they traded goodnights on NBC thru the '60s, neither ever offered to get the lights
    $200 16
Completes the phrase heard in every submarine movie, "Up..."
    $200 2
Glastonbury, England, called "Insula Avalonia" by the Romans, is said to be this Arthurian isle
    $200 13
Radames, captain of the guard, falls for this Ethiopian slave girl for whom the opera's named
    $200 23
This war contributed to the growth of trucking since it demonstrated the practicality of trucks
    $400 4
In 1952, Egypt's King Farouk was overthrown by officers led by Gen. Naguib & this lt. colonel
    $400 10
In April,1955, he went "Person to Person" with Marilyn Monroe
    $400 20
The view we get of Washington on the quarter, not the dollar bill
    $400 3
Winchester Castle claims it has the real one, but don't try to sit at it: it's hanging on the wall
    $400 14
The 1st opera house in this U.S. city, the Crosby Opera House, was destroyed by fire in 1871
    $400 24
In 1935, Reo introduced this model, a short wheelbase truck, not a rock group
    DD: $1,400 5
Before playing Pete Nolan on TV's "Rawhide", he had a major hit with this:

"Well I saw the thing comin' out of the sky / It had the one long horn, and one big eye / I commenced to shakin' and I said "Ooh-eee" / It looks like a purple people eater to me / It was a one-eyed, one-horned, flyin' purple people eater / (One-eyed, one-horned..."
    $600 15
Before reporting from Paris for ABC news, he was JFK's press secretary
    DD: $200 22
Overtake, throw, or ratify
    $600 9
Sometimes known as "Caliburn", the Lady of the Lake got it back from Sir Bedivere
    $600 17
The 1st entire opera on records was a '28 Victor recording of this Italian composer's "Rigoletto"
    $800 6
Though never elected, he served as president of Indonesia all through the decade
    $800 21
His 92-year-old mother stole the show when he was inducted into TV Hall of Fame in 1985
    $800 11
Joseph of Arimathea's last descendant & Lancelot's illegitimate son, he found the Holy Grail
    $800 18
The action in Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" takes place at a chateau near this city
    $1000 7
A prosecuting attorney in the Rosenberg case, he later assisted Sen. Joe McCarthy
    $1000 12
15th c. knight who fought under King Henry, it's said he wrote "Le Morte d'Arthur" in Newgate Prison
    $1000 19
General manager of the Met from 1950-72, his biography is titled "5000 Nights at the Opera"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Craig Sally
$4,100 $1,600 $5,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

With over twice as many U.S. cardholders as its nearest competitor, the credit card held by most people

Final scores:

Linda Craig Sally
$2,400 $101 $8,399
2nd place: trip on Eastern to Jamica & stay at Holiday Inn Montego Bay 3rd place: Vitamaster Monitor 500M exercise cycle New champion: $8,399

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Linda Craig Sally
$4,100 $3,400 $5,700
11 R,
0 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $13,200

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Game tape date: 1986-09-10
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