Show #295 - Friday, October 25, 1985

Mark Leinwand game 2.


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Al Lusher, a high school teacher from North Hollywood, California

Faye Ringel, a college professor from Norwich, Connecticut

Mark Leinwand, an attorney and a businessman from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,950)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
China borders it on the north, & South Korea on the south
    $100 1
Color of the movies' "Dahlia", "Max", & "Lagoon"
    $100 19
Number of meters in one kilometer
    $100 15
A calf's is tasty with onions; a human's is his largest organ, except for the skin
    $100 5
A version of the Twist was named for this famed N.Y.C. lounge
    $100 9
Moving its tassel to the left means you've graduated
    $200 4
You'd find Mauritius, the Maldives, & Madagascar in this ocean
    $200 2
In "Casablanca", Frenchmen drown out singing Germans with this song
    $200 21
Number of dots in an umlaut, or number of vowels joined together in a diphthong
    $200 20
Not the legendary American lumberjack, but a swelling near the big toe
    $200 17
It's the official state song of Missouri
    $200 10
The Western hat was originally named for this easterner who designed it
    $300 6
Mountains crowd to 10 ft. apart around this famous pass between Pakistan & Afghanistan
    $300 11
At the end of it, Gable trumpets & "The Walls of Jericho" fall
    $300 23
In the Bible, the number of the book of Numbers
    $300 22
A curse on an egg-laying fowl, or a common childhood viral disease
    $300 24
Edie Gorme "blamed" this dance for her romance
    $300 12
Ironically, this bishop's hat was once worn by Jewish high priests
    $400 7
Sp. for "big feet", Patagonia is a region in S. South America belonging primarily to this country
    $400 14
Author Ken Kesey said it would have been better with Kirk Douglas in Jack Nicholson's part
    $400 28
In Olympic boxing, maximum number of rounds in each bout
    $400 26
Soft substance consisting of cells & connective tissue that fills the cavities of bones
    DD: $400 25
Request the Drifters make of their girl in this song:

"You can dance every dance with the guy that gives you the eye /
Let him hold you tight..."
    $400 13
Unlike the haberdasher, this person makes women's hats
    $500 8
This term is used for not one but several invisible surface points in Antarctica
    $500 18
Anti-war film in which the hero is cut down while reaching for a butterfly
    $500 29
Number of years in a sesquicentennial
    $500 27
The medical examination of a dead body to find out the cause of death; a postmortem
    $500 16
Lacy headgear worn by the ladies of Spain

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

Mark Faye Al
$300 $1,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Faye Al
$1,700 $3,900 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE '50s
(Alex: All the responses are Latin expressions.)
    $200 3
Though, according to his family, born in Cairo in 1929, he now heads the PLO
    $200 5
Character from "Uncle Tom's Cabin" whose name has some to mean any overbearing boss
    $200 19
In 1955, a Rudolf Flesch book explained "Why Johnny Can't" do this
    $200 24
Of 19, 30, or 41%, percentage of U.S. labor force that's unionized
    $200 1
Fayetteville was 1st American city named for this Revolutionary War hero
    $200 2
Name for the college or university one has attended, or the school's song
    $400 4
Following '84 U.S. invasion, signs appeared in E. European countries saying, "We envy" this island
    $400 10
Popular film & novel in which Kasper Gutman, Joel Cairo, & Brigid O'Shaughnessy appear
    $400 20
He first denied, then admitted, he was coached prior to winning $129,000 on TV's "Twenty-One"
    $400 25
Over the past 30 years, every president of this union has had problems with the gov't.
    $400 18
With a population of over 115,000, this Army base could be called North Carolina's 4th-largest city
    $400 6
Meaning "and others", it looks like a misprint of Israel's national airline
    $600 7
With about 40 million members, this country's Communist Party is world's largest
    $600 11
"Strong men tremble" when they hear the name of this villain of Broadway's "Oliver!"
    $600 22
"Rock Around The Clock" became a big hit after it was used as theme for this film
    DD: $700 26
The name AFTRA, whose members were formerly barred from being on game shows, stands for this
    $600 12
A defendant's plea which, while not admitting guilt, accepts punishment anyway
    $800 8
Since it gained independence from Malaysia in 1965, Lee Kuon Yew has been its only prime minister
    $800 16
The evil Milady de Winter poisoned Mme. Bonacieux in this French swashbuckler
    $800 21
Known for electing liberals to office, this state also sent Joe McCarthy to the Senate
    $800 13
Whether or not you're having fun, how "time flies" in Latin
    $1000 9
Longest-reigning Communist leader, the late Enver Hoxha led this country for 41 years
    $1000 14
The decadent Snopes clan were featured in this author's "The Hamlet", "The Town", & "The Mansion"
    DD: $3,000 23
Year in which the Soviets launched Sputnik
    $1000 17
For over 25 years he published a unique newspaper, "The Carolina Israelite" in Charlotte
    $1000 15
Meaning "Whither goest thou?", the words that sent Peter back to Rome

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Faye Al
$8,000 $7,500 $6,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

From name of Greek sun god, it is the 2nd most abundant element in the universe

Final scores:

Mark Faye Al
$15,500 $14,999 $0
2-day champion: $24,450 2nd place: Frigidaire refrigerator-freezer + Cutco cutlery 3rd place: Arthur Murray dance lessons

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mark Faye Al
$5,900 $7,500 $6,400
18 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
18 R,
0 W
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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Game tape date: 1985-08-05
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