Show #358 - Wednesday, January 22, 1986


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Ellen Turner, an office machine dealer from Mobile, Alabama

Michael Murphy, an office manager from Monrovia, California

Ann Antell, a teacher from Ypsilanti, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,110)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 22
While in Georgia, this Yankee invented the cotton gin
    $100 11
1970 tear-jerker that opens, "What can you say about a 25-year-old girl who died?"
    $100 1
Italian soprano Luisa Tetrazzini had this dish named for her
    $100 20
Slang for a helicopter or a customized motorcycle
    $100 12
The kangaroo's diminutive cousin
    $100 6
50% of all Americans die in one of these institutions
    $200 23
The Ogeechee, Canoochee, & Chattahoochee
    $200 14
"Chapter one: he adored N.Y. City", Woody Allen says at the start of this film
    $200 2
In 1894, American Annie Londonderry became a big wheel by circling the globe on this
    $200 21
Longest running slogan among motorcycle makers, it's been Kawasaki's since early '70s
    $200 13
A performance or a punch can "pack" one
    $200 7
To save time filming "Raiders", Harrison Ford suggested he just do this rather than fight a scimitar
    DD: $500 24
Leader of group doing this number set in Georgia:

[Instrumental music plays]
    $300 15
"Hey, boy, what you doin' with my mama's car" Faye Dunaway asks this car thief when they meet
    $300 3
The wife of a Texas millionaire once bought a house to be close to this Dallas-based store
    $300 16
It's been labeled "the wall of shame"
    $300 8
You might as well hold up a sign saying "go away", since "repellants" for this fish aren't effective
    $400 25
After meeting Sir Robert Baden-Powell, Georgian Juliette Low founded this youth organization
    $400 18
This actor opens as a talkative corpse: "Yes, this is Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, Cal."
    $400 4
In 1870, women's #1 paid occupation was being a servant, but in 1970, it was this
    $400 17
To engage in obstructive parliamentary debate or delaying tactics
    $400 9
Shakespeare wrote, "Golden lads & girls all must, as chimney sweepers, come to..." this
    $500 19
"There was me, that is Alex, & my 3 droogs", ready for ultraviolence in this Kubrick film
    $500 5
Since 1939, Gertrude Huntley has been unchallenged as U.S. women's champion of this board game
    $500 10
After cheese contamination crisis, Jalisco hired P.R. firm that restored image of this pain reliever

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

Ann Michael Ellen
$500 $0 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ann Michael Ellen
$1,800 -$300 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
He won 1980 Pulitzer fiction prize for his "nonfiction" novel "The Executioner's Song"
    $200 1
Mikhail Gorbachev
    $200 3
Domesticated since 2000 B.C., its ancestors only laid about 12 eggs a year
    $200 16
The Concertgebouw Orchestra is located in this Dutch city
    $200 17
Iowa feminist remembered for the Turkish pantaloons she wore but didn't invent
    $200 9
In 1964, this network announced the show's cancellation, in 1985, its revival
    DD: $900 7
3 unauthorized bios of this singer placed 3rd, 5th, & 6th, on a March 18, 1984 N.Y. Times best seller list
    $400 4
Ferdinand Marcos
    $400 13
In parts of the world, this beverage is from yaks, zebras, or camels
    $400 19
Richard Strauss wrote a tone poem about this legendary lover
    $400 18
During war with Spain, Andrew Rowan of Gap Mills, W.V. crossed Cuba with "a message for" this rebel
    $400 11
Type of book "To Serve Man" turned out to be
    $600 8
Funk & Wagnalls says this Bible book of sayings was written for ancient "yuppies"
    $600 5
Amin Gemayel is President here, but no one's really in charge
    $600 14
Most widely grown earth vegetable, it isn't a root but a modified stem
    $600 23
At 85, Toscanini conducted Beethoven's 9th his last time with this network's symphony
    DD: $500 20
20 some years after he helped it do both, he wrote "The Rise & Fall of the Confederate Government"
    $600 12
"Missing: 1 frightened little girl, name: Betina Miller", who crawled under here & disappeared
    $800 26
In the Thomas Hardy novel, Tess was arrested at this ancient British landmark
    $800 6
Nicolae Ceausescu leads this East Block country
    $800 15
This tropical cereal is an indispensable food for about ½ the world's population
    $800 25
From German for "song", they're German art songs
    $800 21
Historical markers indicate all 1,940 miles traveled by these explorers across Montana
    $1000 27
"Swann's Way" is its 1st of 7 parts, "Time Regained", the last
    $1000 10
Julius Nyerere
    $1000 24
Better known title of Benjamin Britten's "Variations & Fugue on a Theme of Purcell"
    $1000 22
This Tennessee governor was later president of a country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ann Michael Ellen
$3,200 $2,100 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Only U.S. Major League Baseball team in which both city & team names are in a foreign language

Final scores:

Ann Michael Ellen
$600 $100 $0
2-day champion: $8,710 2nd place: General Electric 26" TV + Broyhill recliner 3rd place: Frigidaire washer & dryer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ann Michael Ellen
$4,600 $2,100 $2,700
16 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
6 R,
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $9,400

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Game tape date: 1985-09-17
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