Suggest correction - #363 - 1986-01-29

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    $600 26
Jackson Pollock of Wyoming played key role in development of this movement in art

Show #363 - Wednesday, January 29, 1986

Beryl Arbit game 3.
(Number of champion's appearances estimated.)
Missing player introductions, first 5 clues, and Final Jeopardy!.
Single-player Final Jeopardy!
Airdate approximate.


Karen Stevens, a lawyer from Los Angeles

Alberto Isaac, from Los Angeles

Beryl Arbit, from Encino, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $21,201)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
    $100 11
By this age, you can be a member of Parliament in England or legally drink in most U.S. states
    $100 12
Cinematically speaking, word that precedes Harry, Dozen, or Dingus Magee
    $100 17
When this fruit drink sits around long enough, it becomes "hard"
    $100 26
The winner of all fights between healthy specimens of lions & tigers
    $100 4
    $200 2
    $200 22
The voting age was 16 in his original draft of constitution for Communist China
    $200 13
In 1969, California was the 1st state to permit this on a no-fault basis
    $200 18
Calistoga, Saratoga, & a nice glass seltzer"
    $200 27
Pointy-eared northern version of the wild cat, or Mercury version of the Ford Escort
    $200 5
    $300 3
    $300 23
From this age on, you are eligible to receive a birthday telegram from Queen Elizabeth
    $300 14
Nair, for instance
    $300 19
Ms. Black recently called this namesake drink "terrible", complaining that it is "too saccharine"
    $300 28
Only country outside Africa wto which lions are native
    DD: $200 6
Disney feature that won this award:
    $400 9
This early 20th C. president was 1st to officially call executive mansion "The White House"
    $400 24
Girls between 6 & 10 were recruited as these temple guardians of Rome's official "home fire"
    $400 15
Eagle's song that ask him, "Why don't you come to your senses, come down from your fences"
    $400 20
In the Busch beer, "LA" doesn't stand for a city, but for this
    $400 7
With Jose Carioca & Panchito, he was the third "Caballero"
    $500 10
One of our most scholarly presidents, he was the only one to earn a Ph.D.
    $500 25
Though this comic strip is 35 years old, no character in it is older than 8
    $500 16
"Out", "vein", & "oil" all contain this kind of vowel sound
    $500 21
St. Regis made the 1st mass-market nonalcoholic one
    $500 8
Pinocchio's boss at the puppet show

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

Beryl Alberto Karen
$1,600 $1,200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beryl Alberto Karen
$4,300 $1,200 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: United Nations.)
    $200 21
The U.N. International Court of Justice is commonly known as this
    $200 1
"Making Our Dreams Come True" was theme of this sitcom
    $200 15
The laser is based on principles 1st proposed by this German genius in 1916
    $200 2
1968 love-rock musical that exposed the naked truth about its performers
    $200 7
On October 30, 1929, headline of this show-biz bible read "Wall St. Lays An Egg"
    $400 25
U.N. peacekeeping forces are not selected from these 2 super powers
    $400 11
"Out of the night, when the full moon is bright, comes a horseman known as" this
    $400 17
The oxide of this common lightweight metal forms rubies & sapphires
    $400 3
Flower that was "The Subject" of 1965's Tony Award winning play
    $400 8
American humorist who advised, "Put all your eggs in one basket and -- watch that basket"
    $600 22
In 1947, this ex-1st lady chaired the commission to draft Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    $600 12
"Near You"
    $600 26
Jackson Pollock of Wyoming played key role in development of this movement in art
    $600 18
In a treatise on optics, Ptolemy wrote that eyes see objects by sending this out to them
    $600 4
For Pulitzer playwright Jason Miller, 1973 was truly this kind of "Season"
    $600 9
Irish-born playwright who said, "Lack of money is the root of all evil"
    $800 24
It's in continuous session & can meet anywhere in the world
    $800 13
"3 Stars Will Shine Tonight" was this show's theme
    $800 19
An ion is an atom that has a charge due to a gain or loss of these
    $800 5
Century in which John Gay's "The Beggar's Opera", first "musical" to play U.S., opened in N.Y.
    $800 10
Watergate figure who said of FBI director Gray, "Let him twist slowly, slowly in the wind"
    $1000 23
The General Assembly's annual sessions begin on the 3rd Tuesday of this month each year
    DD: $1,700 14
This western's theme's little-known lyrics include "1 for 4, 4 for 1, this we guarantee"
    $1000 20
The science of forces which produce or change Earth's physical features
    DD: $2,200 6
1 of 2 Bacharach/D. Warwick hits from 1968 musical flop based on "The Apartment"
    $1000 16
According to Edmund Burke, "A king may make a nobleman, but he cannot make" this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beryl Alberto Karen
$8,600 -$400 -$400
(lock game)
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