Show #307 - Tuesday, November 12, 1985

1985 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 2.


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Larry Floyd, an accounting clerk originally from Bridgton, Maine

Jerry Frankel, a musician and a composer originally from Buffalo, New York

Liz Caccese, a generating station operator from Van Nuys, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Grown on less than 1% of the land of the Netherlands, it's their living symbol
    $100 7
Number of players in a string septet
    $100 26
A more accurate translation of his name would be “wild” or “unbroken” horse
    $100 1
“Aroma” was the word for spices in this ancient civilization
    $100 2
Tatum O'Neal won an Oscar for her film debut in this 1973 picture
    $100 12
Ham, bologna, & pimiento loaf, for example
    $200 18
Mycophagists, including humans, are eaters of this kind of fungus
    $200 8
Ratio of quarter notes to a whole note
    $200 27
When Indians made peace, they symbolically buried this weapon
    $200 19
In Italian, “finnochio”, it's a basic bottle in spice racks
    $200 3
Movie that spawned the phrase “I'm as mad as hell, & I'm not going to take it anymore”
    $200 14
TV's Clinton Corners or Jimmy's Plains, Georgia
    $300 23
The viceroy mimics this poisonous “royal” butterfly's appearance to avoid predators
    $300 9
In song “my gal's” height that rhymes with her eyes of blue
    $300 28
Canadian Indians played 1st version of this sport with few rules & up to 1000 players in a game
    $300 20
From S. American word “kyinha”, this type of pepper makes your mouth hot & beans “chili”
    $300 4
Movie that helped launch the careers of Jeff Bridges, Cybil Shepherd, & Peter Bogdanovich
    $300 15
When 1400 actresses show up to audition for 1 part
    $400 24
The most common one found in the home is “mus musculus”, which may be where Walt got the initials
    $400 10
Number of movements in Grieg's Piano Concerto in A Minor
    $400 29
Side the Iroquois supported in the French & Indian War
    $400 21
Romans believed a garland of this garnish worn on the head would prevent drunkenness
    $400 5
Top grossing film ever with budget under a mil., it gave George Lucas clout to make “Star Wars”
    $400 16
In English this Texas city's name would be “The body of Christ”
    $500 25
From Arabic “mawsim”, meaning “season”, it's the wind which changes direction with the seasons
    $500 11
Number of strings on a standard mandolin
    $500 30
Inter-tribal language of the North American Plains Indians
    $500 22
From the nightshade family, its fleshy forked root sometimes resembles the human form
    DD: $600 6
3 of the 4 actors who sought “Deliverance” in that 1972 film
    $500 17
Acute viral disease of upper respiratory tract, marked by a “ruddy dose”

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Liz Jerry Larry
$600 $900 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Jerry Larry
$2,500 $2,800 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
Bacterium responsible for this outbreak was coined “Legionella Pneumophila”
    $200 9
It means comradeship, comrade
    $200 11
“America's Dairyland”
    $200 24
Both shutter speed & size of lens opening control amount of this let into a camera
    $200 3
In 1951 he told Congress, “I now close my military career & just fade away”
    $200 1
What a thief called a “dip” dips into
    $400 20
George Washington is one of many whose death is attributed to “bleeding” by these
    $400 10
Cooked in a covering of bread crumbs or cheese or both
    $400 12
While Rhode Island has 5 counties, Delaware has only this many
    $400 25
It's usually plastic, covered with silver salts
    DD: $1,000 4
General with whom this movie theme is associated:
    $400 2
He played Alexander Mundy on TV's “It Takes a Thief”
    $600 21
This most popular U.S. aspirin was originally acquired from a German company as spoils of WWI
    $600 16
A railroad or a gambling game you could be railroaded in
    DD: $600 13
Cape May, in this state, is as far south as Washington, D.C.
    $600 26
Magazine that raised the photo essay to an art form, it debuted with a photo of a dam on its cover
    $600 8
West Virginian who tried to avoid fighting on Sundays & became 2nd highest general of Confederacy
    $600 5
O. Henry's life resembled that of this honest crook he created, perhaps on Feb. 14th
    $800 22
L-Dopa has provided relief for sufferers of this “shaking palsy”
    $800 17
It could be “The final blow“ in boxing or “The finishing stroke” in tennis
    $800 14
“Brown vs. Board of Education” dealt with school segregation in this state's capital
    $800 29
Starting in the 1920's, Erich Salomon's spontaneous photographs inspired this term
    $800 27
In 1968 he took over U. S. Vietnam command from General Westmoreland
    $800 6
English novelist Ernest Hornung created this “gentleman cracksman”
    $1000 23
Antiallergy drug 1st found to help motion sickness when 1 patient took it before riding a streetcar
    $1000 18
Strictly required according to etiquette or usage, such as wearing a bow tie with your tux
    $1000 15
Meredith Willson modeled his “River City” on his home town of Mason City in this state
    $1000 28
French general & WWI Allied commander who predicted another war within 20 years
    $1000 7
Created by Edward Hoch, professional thief Nick Velvet will only steal objects of this value

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Jerry Larry
$4,100 $5,800 $6,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

This color appears on more different national flags than any other

Final scores:

Liz Jerry Larry
$4,100 $3,300 $8,600
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Liz Jerry Larry
$4,100 $6,400 $6,500
12 R,
3 W
21 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,000

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Game tape date: 1985-10-28
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