Show #61 - Monday, December 3, 1984


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Nicholas Vallas, a waiter originally from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Daniel Elias, an advertising copywriter from New York City

Leslie Stucke, a family counselor from San Diego, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Some 30 years before his cousin's New Deal, he gave us a "Square Deal"
    $100 7
Nickname for a football
    $100 23
The longest of the 2 "Testaments"
    $100 5
A small shrub or Reagan's V.P.
    $100 1
Arnold Zenker replaced this trusted CBS newsman during a 13-day union strike in 1967
    $100 13
About 90% of all glass is made from this material
    $200 3
In 1870s cartoonist Thomas Nast gave Democrats & GOP these symbols
    $200 16
A filly becomes a mare at this age
    $200 24
He lived to be 969 years old
    $200 6
Horses are hot to do it
    $200 10
"Gene, Gene, the Dancing Machine" was among the "talent" on this Chuck Barris series
    $200 14
This "glass yarn" serves as insulation & the Corvette's body
    $300 4
Pres. Wilson founded this world organization which America never joined
    $300 17
According to rules, the strike zone in baseball extends from the batter's knees to here
    $300 26
Jesus said that only "he that is without sin" could do this
    DD: $500 8
Bacall's last word on how to whistle
    $300 11
"Bubbles In The Wine" was the appropriate title of his theme song
    $300 15
A small terrestrial telescope
    $400 22
The Spanish-American War led to this Caribbean country's independence
    $400 18
This bowl game changes location every year
    $400 9
Foie gras in France or chopped liver at Aunt Esther's
    $400 12
When Ken Berry took over, "The Andy Griffith Show" was renamed this
    $400 21
The glass curtain at Mexico City's Palace of Fine Arts was made by this company
    $500 25
He was the first American in space
    $500 19
The number of laps run in the Indy 500
    $500 20
In the spring of 1950 Arthur Godfrey gave TV lessons on playing this instrument

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Leslie Dan Nicholas
$0 $800 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Dan Nicholas
$300 $2,900 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
This canal's official opening was on July 12, 1920
    $200 23
Verdi fans always want "moor" of this Shakespearean hero
    $200 2
Buffalo-skin covered homes of Plains Indians
    $200 14
Maryland's state bird & state baseball team
    $200 1
Britain's 4 PM "coffee break"
    $200 17
Basic material used to make casts
    $400 8
Africa's northernmost country, it was once site of ancient Carthaginian empire
    $400 25
He wrote Brunhilde's immolation, opera's longest aria of nearly 15 minutes
    $400 3
Continent from which Indians' ancestors came to America
    $400 15
Collective name for domesticated birds raised for meat & eggs
    $400 6
Though he never slew any dragons there, he's England's patron saint
    $400 18
What R.N. stands for
    $600 11
Country that's larger than U.S. but smaller than Canada
    $600 5
The real Hiawatha united Mohawks & 4 other tribes into this confederation
    $600 20
The most common bird on world flags
    $600 7
English barons forced this royal enemy of Robin Hood to sign the Magna Carta
    $600 22
Any abnormal tissue mass with no physiologic function
    $800 12
To evade French defenses, the Germans attacked France through this country in both World Wars
    $800 24
Though few of them ever did it, the name "Nez-Perce" means this
    $800 21
Woodcocks' eyes are so far back on their heads, they have this unusual field of sight
    $800 9
Nickname for London's financial district
    $1000 13
The Blue & White Niles meet at this city where Gen. "Chinese" Gordon met death
    $1000 19
President whose only military service was in Illinois' Blackhawk War in 1830
    $1000 16
This "crazy" North American diving bird has been found at depths of 160 feet
    $1000 10
He's also known as the primate of all England

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Dan Nicholas
$4,300 $6,100 -$1,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Soviet army was welcome in this capital in May of '45 but unwelcome in August '68

Final scores:

Leslie Dan Nicholas
$8,600 $10,100 -$1,000
2nd place: hair care appliances + an exercise bike New champion: $10,100 3rd place: his & hers jackets

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Leslie Dan Nicholas
$4,300 $6,600 -$1,000
6 R,
1 W
28 R,
10 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
9 W

Combined Coryat: $9,900

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Game tape date: 1984-09-18
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