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    $400 13
Helen Hayes starred with Gary Cooper in this Hemingway war classic
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Show #397 - Tuesday, March 18, 1986

Missing player introductions.

Contestants

Louis Seitchik, a software engineer originally from San Antonio, Texas

Gerri Miller, a magazine editor from New York City

Clint Swett, a newspaper copy editor from Sacramento, California (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $17,200)

Jeopardy! Round

LITERATURE
TENNIS
DOUBLE TALK
MOVIES
GEOGRAPHY
COMIC STRIP DOGS
    $100 10
"The Scarlet Letter" was this letter of the alphabet
    $100 2
An approach shot is any shot that enables the player to do this
    $100 16
In his hit song, "Spanish Eyes", what Al Martino wanted the girl to say
    $100 6
In "North by Northwest", Cary Grant was a real "cliff hanger" on this South Dakota landmark
    $100 1
This country's name means "land of the Huns", not a grumbling stomach
    $100 23
The model for him was a black & white dog given to 13-year-old Charles Schulz
    $200 11
Tolstoy novel set against the Napoleonic invasion of Russia
    $200 3
John Newcombe, Ken Rosewall, & Rod Laver are all from this country
    $200 17
He said, "If Robert Kennedy were alive today, he would support my petition for parole"
    $200 7
1984 film starring Kevin Bacon that was male answer to "Flashdance"
    $200 12
Free land has been offered to those willing to settle in this part of Brazil
    $200 24
Dagwood's dog
    $300 15
While living in VT., he wrote "The 7 Seas", "Captains Courageous", & the 2 "Jungle Books"
    $300 4
Formed in 1974 but forced to disband in 1978 was this inter-city league, the WTT
    $300 20
1 of the only 2 pandas currently living in the U.S.
    $300 8
1980 movie of Brooke Shields stranded on the sand
    $300 28
2nd highest mountain in Africa & highest in Kenya
    $300 25
His dog is "Ruff" but not tough
    $400 18
Middle name of "Quaker poet" John Whittier
    $400 5
In 1979, at age 16, she was youngest woman ever to win the U.S. Open
    DD: $500 21
Title of this song which fits the category: "Does he love me? / I wanna know / How can I tell if he loves me so? / (Is it in his eyes?) / Oh, no..."
    $400 13
Helen Hayes starred with Gary Cooper in this Hemingway war classic
    $400 29
Omsk & Tomsk & Minsk & Pinsk are cities in this country
    $400 26
"Holy hot dogs!" This pooch wears a mask
    $500 19
Praised for his use of English, this Polish-born author of "Typhoon" knew no English before age 20
    $500 9
Title of person who sits in the chair & officiates at a tennis match
    $500 22
Spas in this German town in the Black Forest date back to Roman times
    $500 14
Dickens' tale of John mills with high hopes
    $500 27
He always tried to keep Ignatz Mouse from heaving a brick at Krazy Kat's head

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Clint Gerri Louis
$600 $900 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Clint Gerri Louis
$2,000 $500 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART
NEWSPAPERS
SCIENCE
ROME
WINE
IN OTHER WORDS...
    $200 21
There are 2 folks flying in & a wardrobe lady on hand at her birth in Botticelli painting
    $200 8
A single dip at Baskin-Robbins, or an exclusive at the Denver Post
    $200 6
It's the opposite effect to an action
    $200 13
The major River that flows through Rome
    $200 30
The vines in this French province famed for sparkling white wines are among Europe's oldest
    $200 1
Allow snoozing schnauzers to go undisturbed
    $400 22
Ear van Gogh has bandaged in 1888 self-portrait
    $400 11
The Washington Post uses almost 4,500 tons of it per week
    $400 7
When "She Loves You" was #1 on the music charts, this was #1 on the periodic chart
    $400 17
Quirinal,
Viminal,
Esquiline,
Caelian,
Aventine,
Capitoline, &
Palatine
    $400 29
9 out of 10 bottles of wine sold in U.S. originate in this country
    $400 2
Despondency adores companionship
    $600 23
Seurat depicted the island of La Grande Jatte on the afternoon of this day of the week
    $600 14
US magazine, aimed at the same readers as People, was started by this prestigious paper
    $600 9
Type of water which when mixed with soap, forms a scum 1st & a lather later
    DD: $1,000 18
Suburban Cinechta is the center of this industry in Rome
    $600 26
When weather is sunny, the content of this in the grapes is higher
    $600 3
A newsweekly is sent airmail at the moment one experiences amusement
    $800 24
Born in 1746, this Spanish artist is known for his "Clothed Maja" & its sequel "The Naked Maja"
    $800 15
In 1980, Columbus Dispatch became 1st electronic newspaper sending material to these in homes
    DD: $400 10
When measuring a gas at "S.T.P.", it's at standard values of these 2 variables
    $800 19
The 2 major English poets buried in Rome's Protestant cemetery
    $800 28
In 1818, the 1st successful commercial wine growing in the U.S. began in this Mid-Atlantic state
    $800 4
One that takes a pause becomes unfindable
    $1000 25
"Official" painter of the French Revolution, he painted "The Death of Marat"
    $1000 16
"Covers Dixie like the Dew" is the motto of this large southern city's "Journal"
    $1000 12
Normal number of pairs of chromosomes humans have in every cell in their body, except sex cells
    $1000 20
He designed the interior of St. Peter's including the spiraled bronze columns around the altar
    $1000 27
This country has the most vineyard acreage in Europe
    $1000 5
Labor with your digits leaving just skeletal remains

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Clint Gerri Louis
$6,400 $6,300 $2,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS AMERICANS
1 year after winning an Oscar, she was honored on a postage stamp, but not for her acting

Final scores:

Clint Gerri Louis
$99 $4,199 $100
3rd place: Hardwick stove New champion: $4,199 2nd place: Dresher brass bed & Dakotah bedroom ensemble

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Clint Gerri Louis
$6,700 $5,900 $2,100
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R,
7 W

Combined Coryat: $14,700

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