Show #406 - Monday, March 31, 1986

Eric Schoeck game 2.
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Mary Zawadzki, originally from Detroit, Michigan

Lon Otremba, from Chicago, Illinois

Eric Schoeck, a radio talk show host from Santa Cruz, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
This "Windy City's" 50-member city council is largest in U.S.
    $100 6
Her name is now on a line of luggage, which is apt, since she's been missing since 1937
    $100 16
Green stuff, mazuma, or dough, for example
    $100 10
The average trip to this store takes about 30 minutes, if you don't bring the kids or forget the eggs
    $100 21
Answers to personal ads are usually sent to these "addresses", not to homes
    $100 11
It's estimated that 50% of all people acquire colds during this season
    $200 2
1st U.S. cities to add fluoride to their water were Newburgh, N.Y. & Grand Rapids, in this state
    $200 7
This "E.T." said she has "every intention of playing E.T. in the remake"
    $200 17
Not your coffee cup, it's what someone would find funny if they laughed at your "ugly mug"
    $200 20
Business machine invented in 1880's by a saloonkeeper tired of thieving bartenders
    $200 22
For the Beatles, the 3 words which follow "there will be an answer..."
    $200 12
Of 4, 40, or 80, age at which you're most susceptible to catching a cold
    $300 3
Ohio city known as the "birthplace of aviation" since Wright Brothers had a bicycle shop there
    $300 8
Larry Hagman says he once dated this "Dynasty" star when she was 16
    $300 18
Referring to the hair on one's head, it's "pulled over the eyes" to deceive
    $300 23
Jesus' answer to this question from Peter was "I go to Rome to be crucified"
    $300 13
Guinness says highest speed of expelled particles produced by 1 of these is 103.6 mph
    $400 4
Texas city that's national HQ for the Boy Scouts & home turf of Dallas Cowboys
    $400 9
Las Vegas star who says his museum is the 3rd biggest attraction in Nevada
    $400 24
In British slang, it's what they watch "Kojak" on
    $400 26
Jeanette MacDonald character who answered "The Indian Love Call"
    $400 14
Nobel Prize winner who claims large doses of vitamin C can prevent or shorten colds
    $500 5
At south end of S.F. Bay, this, California's oldest city, was once the state capital
    $500 19
He said NBC marked his 60th birthday by naming a speed bump in the parking lot after him
    DD: $600 25
Slang for a small town where trains would stop only to pull spout to get H2O
    $500 27
"A man: he crawls on all fours as a child, walks erect on 2 legs as adult, & when old uses a cane"
    $500 15
Medical name of the virus causing cold sores

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Eric Lon Mary
$400 $1,500 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Lon Mary
$500 $1,300 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

1920s TUNES
    $200 6
From Latin for "horseman" it was the code of behavior knights were to live by
    $200 19
Of her, it's asked "is there anyone finer in the state of Carolina?"
    $200 1
In 1971, he succeeded Lester Maddox as Governor of Georgia
    $200 13
David Soul played cafe owner Rick Blaine in 1983 TV series based on this film
    $200 16
Action #1, worth $17,000 in mint condition, is only the 2nd most valuable of these
    $200 10
Czech Petr Klima wears number 85 on this Detroit hockey team for the year he defected to U.S.
    $400 7
Though he was a famed astronomer & mathematician, Omar Khayyam is best known for this poetic work
    $400 20
When "We Got Fun"
    $400 2
He returned to the Democratic Party after running for president in 1968 as an American Independent
    $400 14
In 1985 doctors from "St.
Elsewhere" visited the bar from this show also set in Boston
    $400 22
This postal product is claimed to be 3rd largest collecting hobby
    $400 11
This Czech director cast the music coordinator of "Amadeus" as a conductor in the film
    $600 8
Granada was the last stronghold in Europe of these Muslim people
    $600 21
According to Rodgers & Hart in 1926, it's "where God paints the scenery"
    $600 3
This senator's 1968 primary challenge led to LBJ's not running again
    $600 23
Among those in demand are the Sony logo, Sam with a Coke bottle, & the LA 84 banner
    $600 12
This German-speaking area of Czechoslovakia was ceded to Hitler in 1938
    $800 9
In the 13th century they began building their empire, centered at Cuzco
    $800 25
According to the lyrics, manner in which one is asked "Ain't she sweet?"
    DD: $800 4
The 2 candidates in the 1984 presidential primary both known as "Fritz"
    $800 24
The Trumans' wedding gift to Princess Elizabeth was a bowl from this American glass company
    DD: $600 17
One of Elite's top models, this Czech graced '84 & '85 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue covers
    $1000 15
500 years before the Reformation, this church broke with the Roman Catholic church
    $1000 5
Texas congressman who is House Majority Leader & may become its next Speaker
    $1000 18
Founder of Czech opera, his most famous student was Antonin Dvorak

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Lon Mary
$3,500 $1,900 $4,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Its only known moon is appropriately named after the boatman Charon

Final scores:

Eric Lon Mary
$6,900 $50 $5,400
2-day champion: $12,000 3rd place: J.T.'s General Store gift certificate 2nd place: Lane Action recliner + Carrington House carpets

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Eric Lon Mary
$4,100 $1,900 $4,700
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $10,700

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Game tape date: 1985-11-13
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