Show #164 - Thursday, April 25, 1985


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Steven Herbert, a sportswriter from Beverly Hills, California

Bruce Schreibfeder, a marriage and family counselor originally from Martinsville, Virginia

Doug Miller, an assignment editor from Houston, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $5,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
State whose past governors include Patrick Henry, James Monroe & Thomas Jefferson
    $100 11
They tend to "flock together"'
    $100 16
Athletes from this country march into the stadium first
    $100 1
Though it's Irish & he's Lebanese, this was Danny Thomas' theme song
    $100 6
"Liberated" females were popping Enovid, 1st of these to win FDA approval
    $100 18
Associated with Hawaii, this Australian nut is named for chemist John Macadam
    $200 24
Until the 1st of his 2 unsuccessful tries for the White House, he was governor of Illinois
    $200 12
Comes between "2 for the show" & "4 to go"
    $200 20
In 1980, he swept all 5 speed skating medals, most individual golds in a Winter Olympics
    $200 2
She was April Dancer in "The Girl from U.N.C.L.E"' before giving her "Hart" to Jonathan
    $200 7
Patented in 1960, light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation is best known as this
    $200 19
America's most popular "nut", it's really not a nut at all but a legume
    $300 25
State that elected first Japanese-Amer. governor in U.S. history in '74
    $300 13
Frozen confection and bakery concoction served at almost every birthday party
    $300 21
First ever to win the same title 3 times, Cuba's Theofilo Stevenson was a boxer in this class
    $300 3
Place you'd find Pete Dixon teaching Amer. history at Walt Whitman High
    $300 8
Blacks refusing to stand at a Woolworth's counter in Charlotte, NC spawned this form of protest
    $400 26
Prohibited from serving 2 terms in a row, his wife, Lurleen, ran in his place in '66 and won
    $400 14
The best darn dog in the whole bunch of puppies
    $400 22
Year of the 1st modern Olympics
    $400 4
Though it claimed there were "8 million stories" here, this police series filmed only 138
    DD: $800 9
Conductor whose movie theme arrangements include "Moulin Rouge" & 1960's #1 song:
    $500 15
Recently canceled soap opera which was named for the time it originally aired, 4:30 P.M.
    $500 23
Unable to walk 'til 8, in braces 'til 11, at age 20 in Rome she won 3 gold medals for sprinting
    $500 5
Show which could have been titled "I'm John Astin, he's Marty Ingels"
    $500 10
Del Webb established this 1st retirement community outside of Phoenix

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

Doug Bruce Steven
$2,600 $300 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Bruce Steven
$2,300 $1,300 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Achilles was ancestor of this Greek-Macedonian conqueror
    $200 18
Parents Joe & Katherine not only produced the 5 sons, but co-produced this group's Victory Tour
    $200 11
According to Cervantes, "Every dog has" it
    $200 6
This president's memorial forms a triangle with Washington and Lincoln's on National Mall
    $200 1
Children's game which tests ability to follow directions
    $200 23
The largest of these "grand" instruments measures about 9 ft. long
    $400 17
Edward Gibbon is famed for this 6-volume work
    $400 19
Acting family that includes Sir John, Juliet & Hayley
    $400 12
James Whitcomb Riley said they'll "git you ef you don't watch out"
    $400 7
Originally a 10 mile square, its present shape is due to having returned land to this state
    $400 2
He had Uncle Tom flogged to death
    $400 24
Opera where Count Almaviva has a close shave
    $600 27
Bible critics claim this Babylonian king's code influenced biblical laws
    DD: $1,000 20
Austrian-Amer. family that inspired "The Sound of Music"
    $600 13
"My heart's in the highlands a-chasing the deer," wrote this national poet of Scotland
    $600 8
Hanging around the Smithsonian's Air & Space Museum is this Charles Lindbergh plane
    $600 3
Pop singer whose 1972 hit song was allegedly about Warren Beatty
    $600 25
In a waltz, the number of beats to a measure
    $800 21
Family of 6 brothers, 2 who became college presidents before 1 went to a higher presidency in '52
    $800 14
Emily Dickinson said "There is no Frigate like" it "To take us Lands away"
    $800 9
The Folger Library houses world's most important collection of works by and about him
    DD: $600 4
He took over the ailing Pasadena Art Museum & put his name on it
    $800 26
A skilled musician, this 16th c. English king was said to have composed "Greensleeves"
    $1000 22
This California-based family made the headlines as well as printed them in the mid-'70s
    $1000 15
According to Gray's "Elegy Written in a Country Church-Yard", "The paths of glory lead but to" there
    $1000 10
He foresaw a republic of 50 states when engaged to plan the capital in 1791
    $1000 5
Nixon & Ford's Treasury Sec'y who headed up U.S. Olympic Committee in '84

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Bruce Steven
$6,300 $5,700 $3,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The first person to sign the Constitution

Final scores:

Doug Bruce Steven
$10,800 $7,000 $7,799
3-day champion: $16,000 3rd place: Berkline contemporary Wall Away recliner 2nd place: Frigidaire electric range + Vitamaster slender cycles

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Bruce Steven
$5,900 $5,500 $3,900
24 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
10 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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Game tape date: 1985-01-08
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