Suggest correction - #352 - 1986-01-14

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    $400 23
On July 31, 1952, this former commander of U.N. forces in Korea became chairman of Remington Rand

Show #352 - Tuesday, January 14, 1986


Phyllis Grinnell, a housewife from New York City, New York

Gardner Stern, a marketing consultant originally from Chicago, Illinois (1-day co-champion whose cash winnings total $12,600)

Nancy Smith, a lawyer originally from Gainesville, Florida (1-day co-champion whose cash winnings total $12,600)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Nash says it "is of the bovine ilk; one end is moo, the other milk"
    $100 2
Television served in up "American Style", "on a Rooftop", & on a "Boat"
    $100 8
The only animal that has walked on the moon
    $100 17
This spaghetti "Chef" "pasta way" June 22, 1985
    $100 26
A person or small rug who lets everyone walk all over them
    $100 14
It's junior's longing for mommy & daddy his 1st time away at summer camp
    $200 4
To say someone is mad, people once said he had this "in his bonnet"
    $200 3
Though it's a feminist favorite, this cop show supposedly dropped Meg Foster for being "too tough"
    $200 9
Not just "Ludwig von" but any male duck
    $200 21
Former 5 & 10¢
store which now also owns Kinney Shoes & The Foot Locker
    $200 27
Because of power draw, extension cords should not be used to connect this storage appliance
    $200 15
Beanie's friend Cecil was this type of sea serpent
    $300 5
Who "sleepeth with dogges, shall rise with" these
    $300 11
Of Captain Midnight, Captain Gallant, & Captain Video, the one played by ex-Olympian Buster Crabbe
    $300 10
Research shows a mother eating a candy bar before doing this helps a baby fall asleep quicker
    $300 22
Around 1930, she was the aviation editor of "Cosmopolitan"
    $300 28
In most modern homes, the basic standard for ceiling height
    $300 16
Tool a loyal communist would use to cut wheat
    $400 6
"With my crossbow I shot" it, the Ancient Mariner said
    $400 12
"Old Stone Face" who became "The Toast of the Town"
    $400 19
Partly frozen rain or rain mixed with snow
    $400 23
On July 31, 1952, this former commander of U.N. forces in Korea became chairman of Remington Rand
    $400 18
Thoroughly fatigued & bored, or a Fats Domino hit of 1958
    $500 7
Twain opined, "I believe...our heavenly father invented man because he was disappointed in" this
    $500 13
Supporting characters of this, TV's longest-running sitcom, included Wally Plumstead & his girl, Ginger
    $500 25
If our solar system fit into a cup, our galaxy would be the size of this 3rd largest continent
    $500 24
Nicknamed "Bubble" & looking like a hot tub the Cray-2 is the world's fastest of these
    $500 20
Compartment in ship used as dispensary & hospital

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

Nancy Gardner Phyllis
$600 $200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nancy Gardner Phyllis
$1,000 $1,000 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
Upon death of last of these birds in 1680, the phrase "as dead as one" could be officially used
    $200 2
Considered oldest sport in America, Hawaiians did it before Columbus discovered America
    $200 14
Contrary to popular belief, doing this to your hair every 6 weeks or so doesn't make it grow faster
    $200 1
Court decree, often acknowledging fraud, declaring that a marriage never existed
    $200 8
Completes the phrase, "The Lord is my shepherd"
    $200 22
Appropriate term for a rich man who owns a lot of shoes
    $400 16
1st of these ever to appear in a newspaper was for book "Divine Right of Church Government"
    $400 3
Leather glove used in falconry, you can "throw it down" or "run" it
    $400 17
Anatomically erroneous phrase used to describe a contortionist's knees & elbows, for example
    $400 4
Paired with "aid", it means to incite someone to commit a crime
    $400 9
Immanuel Velikovsky claimed to have found evidence in Egypt of these 10 Biblical events
    $400 23
This comedy is only Shakespeare play that fits this category
    $600 18
To help science in 1631, William Oughtred 1st proposed "x" as a symbol of this function
    $600 5
British soccer fans who started disastrous Brussels Riot were supporters of this city's team
    $600 19
The funny bone is not a bone but one of these where it rests against the humerus
    $600 13
Surrender of an accused criminal by one country or state to another
    $600 10
Mount Megiddo in Israel is prophesied site of last earthly battle better known as this
    $800 27
Featuring a dome designed by Michelangelo, this Vatican landmark was dedicated in 1626
    $800 6
Spalding marketed 1st one with a woman's name--Nancy Lieberman--on it
    DD: $700 20
Besides on tongue, 1 of 2 other places you have taste buds
    $800 25
Term for international waters not within any one nation's jurisdiction, but open to all
    $800 11
Saul to Tarsus was struck blind while on the road to this city
    $1000 26
It began operation as London's Produce & Flower Market in 1671
    $1000 7
Sport in which you can legally indulge in jury-rigging
    $1000 21
This, not bone, is the hardest substance in the body
    $1000 24
Some are released from jail on bail, but lucky ones can be released on this
    $1000 12
At 2 words, the Bible's shortest verse

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nancy Gardner Phyllis
$4,000 $0 $4,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 3 Vice Presidents to serve under FDR

Final scores:

Nancy Gardner Phyllis
$0 $0 $8,300
2nd place: Frigidaire electric range & Le Creuset cookware 3rd place: Noritake dinnerware New champion: $8,300

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Nancy Gardner Phyllis
$4,000 $0 $4,900
17 R,
3 W
10 R,
5 W
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $8,900

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