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    $200 16
Vampire bats feed only on this
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Show #396 - Monday, March 17, 1986

Contestants

Anita Mule, a homemaker from Bronx, New York

Cindy Price, a student from New Haven, Connecticut

Clint Swett, a newspaper copy editor from Sacramento, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $9,999)

Jeopardy! Round

LANDMARKS
PROVERBS
BROTHERS GRIMM
FACTS & FIGURES
ETIQUETTE
STARTS WITH "D"
    $100 1
Where you find the words, "Here rests in honored glory an American solder known but to God"
    $100 3
According to 17th century writer John Ray, one is "never too old to" do this
    $100 15
Wisconsin dairies turn 72% of all their milk into this
    $100 6
After the ceremony, the 1st person to kiss the bride
    $100 9
Yellow flower also called the trumpet narcissus
    $200 2
Nelson overlooks this London square, but no guidebooks do
    $200 4
"The hand that" does this, "rules the world"
    $200 16
Readers of this magazine could write in to get 1 of 7000 balls used in a "Women of Mensa" pictorial
    $200 10
You should do it when the star appears & at end of an act, but in church, never on Sunday
    $200 11
In law, the main types awarded are compensatory, general, nominal, & punitive
    $300 5
Number of pyramids at Giza in Egypt
    $300 23
When wine comes in, this is said to come out
    $300 17
A survey of 276,230 workers says this is the top reason that people leave their jobs
    $300 20
Amy Vanderbilt calls this the proper direction to tip a soup dish to get at the last spoonfuls
    $300 12
Type of "assistance" you receive dialing "411"
    DD: $400 7
City where you'd find landmark in this song: "Three coins in the fountain"
    $400 24
It's said, "A man always chases a woman until" this happens
    $400 18
The basic manpower unit of the U.S. Air Force, it's composed of 2 or more "flights"
    $400 21
According to Ann Landers, if you meet a blind person you shouldn't do this to their dog
    $400 13
Used as 1860 campaign song against Lincoln, after Civil War he requested it from White House band
    $500 8
Landmark on the back of currently minted nickels
    $500 25
According to the Bible a lazy man who doesn't want to go out to work will say there's 1 of these in the streets
    $500 19
The world's largest self-supporting structure is the 1821 foot CN Tower in this city
    $500 22
At a formal party, between 20-60 minutes after coffee is served or when guest of honor does it
    $500 14
For dynamite, it's a blasting cap

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 8):

Clint Cindy Anita
$300 $200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Clint Cindy Anita
$800 $100 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTIFIC TERMS
MARYLAND
SPORTS
ANIMAL TRIVIA
SHAKESPEARE'S MEN
TV COPS
    $200 1
A break in the stratification of rocks, or stepping on the line in tennis
    $200 11
Appropriately, the Star-Spangled Banner flies 24 hours a day over his grave at Frederick
    $200 6
The U.S.G.A. puts limits on its initial velocity, distance, & symmetry
    $200 16
Vampire bats feed only on this
    $200 19
The "What's in a Name" speech referred to his
    $200 24
Ex-con Mark Sanger pushed him around, but never too far
    $400 2
A flat structure growing on a stalk from the node of a stem or branch of a plant
    $400 12
One can completely cross Md. in less than 2 miles when going south from Penn. to this state
    $400 7
After the outfielders, this position has most representatives in Baseball Hall of Fame
    $400 17
All peacocks are of this sex
    $400 20
He dies saying "The rest is silence", but Horatio & Fortinbras go on for another 45 lines
    $400 25
Police Chief Paul Lanigan on "Lanigan's Rabbi" was played by this former TV sewer worker
    $600 3
An object capable of floating on air or water has this property
    $600 13
Proud of noble British heritage, Maryland adopted this ancient tourney as official state sport
    DD: $1,000 8
Of pro baseball, football, & basketball, one in which L.A. area teams can't face each other for championship
    $600 18
World's tallest animal
    $600 21
Having been told "Lay on", he really "layed on" Macbeth
    $600 26
Murray the cop was a regular character on this sitcom
    $800 4
Oxidation of a substance with generation of heat & light; your reply is a burning question
    $800 14
This "Sage of Baltimore" called the middle class the "Booboisie"
    $800 9
For a right-hander, they're the 2 pins around the pocket in bowling
    DD: $1,000 22
The largest meat-eating land animals are native to this continent
    $800 27
Critics referred to the lead in this ABC series as "Dirty Harriet" & "Skirty Harry"
    $1000 5
The force which opposes the flow of an electric current through a conductor
    $1000 15
Some claim that John Hanson of Maryland was actually the 1st one
    $1000 10
18 years with the Montreal Canadiens, in 1944-45 he was 1st to score 50 goals in a season
    $1000 23
1st breed of horses developed in U.S., it was named Vermont state animal in 1961

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Clint Cindy Anita
$6,400 $1,100 $3,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

MAN IN SPACE
This Space Shuttle, the only 1 named for a spaceship, is the only 1 not to have flown in space

Final scores:

Clint Cindy Anita
$7,201 $2,200 $2,300
3-day champion: $17,200 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer 2nd place: trip on Delta to Hollywood, Florida & stay at the Diplomat

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Clint Cindy Anita
$7,000 $1,100 $3,600
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
3 W
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $11,700

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