Suggest correction - #369 - 1986-02-06

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    $1000 16
"Yes" woman of James Joyce's "Ulysses"

Show #369 - Thursday, February 6, 1986

Paul Rouffa game 3.


Buff McKinley, a freelance photographer from Venice, California

George Strine, a writer and a former private investigator originally from New Philadelphia, Ohio

Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $16,601)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
It begins, "I swear by Apollo the physician, & Aesculapius, Hygeia, & Panacea,..."
    $100 1
Less than 1% of Brazil's land is devoted to producing this necessity of life
    $100 14
"Davy Jones' Locker" is sailor's name for this
    $100 26
It was once believed evil spirits that rode storms were driven away by ringing these
    $100 2
A famous mini-series, or what blondes have to keep bleaching
    $100 7
Sitting in church, Aunt Esther might tell you to sit still & not do this
    $200 13
Special name for physician who specializes in the use of x-rays
    $200 22
The University of Brazil, the country's oldest, wasn't founded until this century
    $200 15
The winner of the Miss USA contest goes on to represent the U.S. in this pageant
    $200 27
1 of these carried a Kansas woman 60 ft., dropping her next to a record titled "Stormy Weather"
    $200 3
'60s Emmy winner that was Rowan & Martin's answer to a sit-in
    $200 9
Part which makes a lightbulb light up
    $300 19
Cardiologist best known for dispensing medical info on the "Today Show"
    $300 23
The layout of this, the capital, resembles a jet airliner
    $300 16
Of rubber, steel, or glass, the ball capable of bouncing the highest
    $300 28
In the Northern Hemisphere, hurricane winds blow around the storm's eye in this direction
    $300 4
On this show, Michael's "armor" is K.I.T.T.
    $300 10
You do this to Crepe Suzettes by lighting brandy, rum, or cognac
    $400 20
Purposely wrapped between the injury & heart, this tight band should only be removed by a doctor
    $400 24
Larger than Rio, it's the industrial heart of Brazil & fastest growing city in Latin America
    $400 17
This rodent's name is German for "hoarder" since he hoards food in his cheeks
    $400 5
This series sounds like a show about kinfolk's cravats
    $400 11
Miss Scarlet loved to do this with Ashley & the Tarleton Twins
    DD: $500 21
For several years, he was only surgeon authorized by the FDA to implant artificial hearts
    $500 25
1985 film set in Brazil that featured the fierce people, the invisible people, & the bat people
    $500 18
Legal in 4 states, it's youngest specified age a female can be married with parental consent
    $500 6
At various times, regulars on his comedy variety show included Gene Rayburn, Buck Henry, & Louis Nye
    $500 12
A type of raid that fits this category

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Paul George Buff
$1,900 $600 -$300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul George Buff
$1,600 -$300 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Though it's not the right season.)
    $200 11
Its subtitle is, "Or Meg, Jo, Beth, & Amy"
    $200 12
This flowering shrub was named for 16th century botanist Leonard Fuchs
    $200 6
This First Lady was committed to a mental hospital in 1875, 10 years after her husband's death
    $200 24
Some fashionable women dyed their hair blue in this ancient Greek city, home of Socrates
    $200 1
In 1872 the Marquess of Queensberry introduced this equipment to protect aristocrats while boxing
    $400 13
Audrey Hepburn played the charming Natasha Rostova in this novel's 1956 film adaptation
    $400 17
A frozen plant should be put in a cool, dark place where it can do this slowly
    $400 7
In 1782, a preliminary treaty ending the Revolution was signed in this European city
    $400 28
Hung on a necklace, this small portrait case was popular during the Renaissance
    $400 2
Of John Riggins, O.J. Simpson, or Jim Brown, the 1 holding record for most TDs scored in an NFL season
    $600 14
Title store inhabited by Little Nell in Dickens' tale
    $600 18
This poisonous alkaloid is found in tobacco & used as an insecticide
    DD: $1,000 21
Foreign title of this song, expressing sentiments heard here:
    $600 8
In 1818, this country & the U.S. agreed to joint occupation of the Oregon territory
    $600 27
In a fitted skirt, the inverted fold that gives the wearer freedom to walk or punt
    $600 3
2 of the 3 sword varieties used in fencing
    $800 15
Charlotte Bronte's hard-luck heroine who finally finds happiness with Mr. Rochester
    $800 19
You should do this after handling a diseased plant to avoid spreading infection
    $800 23
In "Sleigh Ride", the kind of party going on "at the home of Farmer Gray"
    DD: $1,000 9
Within 6 weeks in 1912, this & Arizona were admitted as the 47th & 48th states
    $800 26
Though most popular in late 1800s, this bottom bolster had been around since the middle ages
    $800 4
All proper ones descend from Matchem, Herod, or Eclipse of the mid-18th century
    $1000 16
"Yes" woman of James Joyce's "Ulysses"
    $1000 20
In plants, respiration is the reciprocal & opposite process of this
    $1000 22
This famous song by Mel Torme is more often called "Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire"
    $1000 10
In the 1968 election, he won 13 1/2 percent of the popular vote & carried 5 southern states
    $1000 25
Lord Byron wore "jean trowsers" which were named for this Italian city
    $1000 5
At up to 300 x 200 yards, or over 5 acres, this sports has the largest playing field of any

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul George Buff
$7,000 $1,500 $2,900
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the 25 lawyers who have been President, he served most recently

Final scores:

Paul George Buff
$8,199 $3,000 $1,501
3-day champion: $24,800 2nd place: four days at Holiday Lodge 3rd place: Skyway luggage

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Paul George Buff
$7,500 $900 $2,900
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
16 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $11,300

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