Show #127 - Tuesday, March 5, 1985

Bruce Fauman game 4.


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Laurel Schwartz, an art gallery manager originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Avie Hern, a student originally from Peekskill, New York

Bruce Fauman, a university administrator and professor from Vancouver, British Columbia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $33,699)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Sounds ominous.)
    $100 10
He killed 21 men & was himself killed at age 21
    $100 1
From Dutch meaning "cabbage salad", that's just what it is
    $100 16
On television, it "roars" for MTM
    $100 12
Many motorists prefer to stay in these "B&B" places
    $100 5
What the initials stand for in "E/R"
    $100 22
Every August 23rd a woman in black leaves flowers on this silent star's resting place
    $200 11
Slang word for cowboy, from Spanish "vaquero"
    $200 2
These flaming French pancakes originally caught fire by accident
    $200 17
The largest anthropoid apes, they eat meat only in captivity
    $200 13
The real name of the "Love Boat"
    $200 6
When Tony Musante dropped out of "Toma", Universal signed Robert Blake & developed this show
    $200 23
More suicides occur on this day than any other day of the week
    $300 3
"Nautical" legume broth, served daily in the U.S. Senate cafeteria
    $300 18
Longest-lived vertebrate animal
    $300 14
Hebrew for "mountain fortress", its ruinous site of last Jewish holdout against the Romans
    $300 8
Carl Sagan's saga
    DD: $900 24
Life-threatening condition in the following:

"My mouth is dry / My legs are weak / I'm thinkin' this 'cause I can't speak..."
    $400 4
18th C. English Earl who always had meat between bread brought to the gambling tables
    $400 20
Branch of zoology that deals with birds
    $400 15
The country in which you find the famous "Spanish Steps"
    $400 9
"The Tonight Show" was just called "Tonight!" when he was its host
    $500 7
The food & drink of the gods which bestowed youth & immortality
    $500 19
What you do to a "fado" in Portugal
    $500 21
He plays a Hill on "Hill Street Blues"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Bruce Avie Laurel
$500 $1,200 -$500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Avie Laurel
$0 $1,400 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Simply, the leader of the band or orchestra
    $200 20
Mountain upon which Moses received the 10 Commandments
    $200 17
The one of two evils you should pick
    $200 6
"Ramblin' Wrecks" hail from there but their team's the "Yellow Jackets"
    $200 12
Dickens' novel set against backdrop of the revolution
    $200 4
For "6 Weeks", she had a love affair with Dudley Moore
    $400 8
Marx Brothers film featuring a performance of "Il Trovatore"
    $400 21
Norwegian Protestant football coach, he became a Catholic at Notre Dame
    $400 18
A body of water surrounded by land
    $400 5
Alabama univ. founded by Booker T. Washington
    $400 13
She was falsely accused of saying "Let them eat cake" when told the people had no bread
    $400 23
To get a ride in "It Happened One Night", this proved mightier than Gable's thumb
    $600 9
5'4", thickset & broad, he wrote the Appassionata Sonata which broke the classic rules
    $600 22
Of three main branches of Judaism, the one founded in Germany
    DD: $2,500 19
Judge Roy Bean named a Texas town for this Gay '90s British actress
    $600 1
In 1966, Yale invited this Poughkeepsie, NY women's school to merge with it
    $600 14
French Revolution began when legislators took an oath at this type of court
    $800 10
"The Clock", "Drum Roll" & "Surprise" symphonies are among over 100 composed by this Austrian
    $800 2
The University of Miami is in Florida, while Miami University is in this state
    $800 15
"The Committee of Public Safety" carried out this most violent phase of the revolution
    $1000 11
Italian for "joke", it's the sprightly humorous movement of a sonata or symphony
    $1000 3
Gallaudet College in Washington, D.C. is especially geared to this type of student
    DD: $1,000 16
Like Darwin's "fittest", Talleyrand, when asked what he did during Rev., supposedly said this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Avie Laurel
$3,900 $800 -$200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: I wonder if Veronica Lake would qualify.)
Only Great Lake not forming part of Michigan's borders

Final scores:

Bruce Avie Laurel
$6,199 $1,599 -$200
4-day champion: $39,898 2nd place: a bedroom suite from Armstrong and a bedroom ensemble from Dakotah 3rd place: his & hers watches from Jules Jurgensen

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bruce Avie Laurel
$7,300 $800 -$200
29 R
(including 1 DD),
10 W
(including 2 DDs)
5 R,
2 W
5 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $7,900

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Game tape date: 1984-11-14
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