Show #596 - Monday, March 23, 1987

John Podhoretz game 3.


Tracy Bernstein, a book publishing editor from New York City, New York

Ed Gardner, a reference librarian from Hoboken, New Jersey

John Podhoretz, a writer from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
All men who ever walked on the Moon did so during his administration
    $100 4
In 1888, their cameras cost $25, but by 1900, their least expensive camera cost a buck
    $100 1
"What's Up, Doc?"
    $100 7
When Gosden & Correll posed as Amos & Andy for photos, they'd wear this kind of makeup
    $100 24
If someone refers to you by your call sign, such as K8IGW, your hobby is this
    $100 3
He was haunted by the Kirbys
    $200 8
"I trust the 1st lion he meets will do his duty", J.P. Morgan said of this president's safari
    $200 21
Business of Young & Rubicam, Oglivy & Mather, & Benton & Bowles
    $200 2
"I Tawt I Taw A Puddy Tat!"
    $200 11
His face is on the $10 bill
    $200 27
With this hobby, you might have a B&O car in HO gauge
    $200 6
It's really not an Irish greeting -- the Irish consulate says it's American
    $300 12
Despite his 1916 slogan, he later admitted, "I can't keep the country out of war"
    $300 22
Total number of American companies now making VHS or Beta VCRs in the U.S.
    $300 9
"Sufferin' Succotash!"
    $300 16
It was said her face, rather than a champagne bottle, "launched a thousand ships"
    $300 28
Hobby whose tools include aerial nets, killing jars & pins
    $300 10
A burlesque show's best comedian
    $400 15
While Wm. H. Harrison served shortest term, this assassinated president served the 2nd-shortest, 6 1/2 months
    $400 23
Shoebox Greetings, "A Tiny Little Division of" this company, started out with a line of 800 cards
    $400 13
"Be vewy, vewy quiet. I'm hunting wabbit. Heh, heh, heh, heh."
    $400 18
Stand in front of the band, or accept your punishment "like a man"
    $400 29
The 3 things that set the value of a stamp or coin are demand, rarity & this
    DD: $500 19
[video clue -- Tracy's image is inverted]
This shot of yourself
    $500 17
Upon being shot, Chicago mayor Anton Cermak told this pres.-elect, "I'm glad it was me instead of you"
    $500 26
He established CBS in 1928, retired in 1983, but came back in 1986
    $500 14
"Th-Th-That's All, Folks!"
    $500 20
He plays "Face" on "The A-Team"
    $500 30
"Hobby" of late "Gadabout" Gaddis, known for his appearances on "Outdoors With Liberty Mutual"
    $500 25
If sung to one of these, the song would go "Map maker, map maker, make me a map"

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

John Ed. Tracy
$700 $600 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Ed. Tracy
$1,400 $1,600 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
Robin Williams called the red spot on this man's head a map of Albania
    $200 22
Since many there regard them as sacred, this Asian country leads the world in number of cattle
    $200 6
The blood of Adonis & Hyacinthus became these, while Narcissus was turned into one
    $200 7
Anthony Burgess coyly called his collection of essays "But Do Blondes Prefer" these
    $200 17
Cash Box magazine named him, country music's 1st black star, "The Male Country Vocalist of the '70s"
    $200 16
If you're into dogs, not horses, you can visit this racing hall of fame in Kansas
    $400 4
Soviet leader, now buried, who in 1956 said, "We will bury you"
    $400 23
Because it grew slowly & produced less meat, this famous Texas breed almost vanished by the 1920s
    $400 9
Greco-Roman god of the sea & of horses, so maybe that's a pitchfork, not a trident
    $400 8
Every bitch on Park Avenue should read "Dogue", a book for canines that spoofs this magazine
    $400 18
1st group to win CMA's Entertainer of the Year, they went on to be 1st to win 3 years in a row
    $400 20
For a "soup"er vacation visit the Camden N.J. museum that features these big serving bowls
    $600 3
In 1977 he became 1st man to be simultaneously president of the USSR & Communist Party sec'y-general
    $600 26
Though they're the smallest-sized major dairy breed, their milk contains the most butterfat
    $600 11
Argus had 100 of these, which is why Hera used him as a watchman
    $600 10
Mary Wilson's autobiography "Dreamgirl" exposed the dark side of her life in this trio
    $600 19
Dottie West won 1st Clio ever by country artist for "Country Sunshine" used in TV ad for this
    $600 21
Be careful ordering fish & chips in Denver, "Cow-Chip Capital of World", or at least of this panhandle state
    $800 1
Head of the KGB who became head of the USSR in late 1982
    $800 27
Largest-sized breed of dairy cattle, there are more of them in the U.S. than any other dairy breed
    $800 13
The only one of the 3 Gorgons who could be killed, Perseus cut off her head
    DD: $800 12
He wrote "Eisenhower At War 1943-1945" while she, his wife, wrote "Pat Nixon: The Untold Story"
    $800 24
U.S. Nat'l Ski Hall of Fame is in Ishpeming, in this upper Midwest state w/peak elevation of only 1980'
    $1000 2
Georgi Malenkov was immediate successor to this leader
    $1000 28
The determining characteristic of "polled" cattle
    $1000 15
The Oath of Hippocrates begins, "I swear by" this god, "the physician"
    $1000 14
Robert Lacey's 1986 account of this famed family is subtitled "The Men & The Machine"
    $1000 25
Most visited man-made attractions in Colorado are the visitors' center & chapel here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Ed. Tracy
$8,600 $2,200 $5,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The oldest existing public school in the United States opened in 1635 in this city

Final scores:

John Ed. Tracy
$11,600 $4,400 $10,400
3-day champion: $23,200 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Ed. Tracy
$8,600 $2,200 $5,300
23 R,
3 W
13 R,
6 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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Game tape date: 1986-12-02
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