Show #165 - Friday, April 26, 1985


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Mark Singer, an attorney and Sunday school teacher from Los Angeles, California

Joan Kantor, a controller originally from Brooklyn, New York

Doug Miller, an assignment editor from Houston, Texas (whose 3-day cash winnings total $16,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
It recently moved ahead of Chicago to become our 2nd largest
    $100 11
In 1796, this Frenchman confessed, "When I see an empty throne I feel the urge to sit on it"
    $100 1
13,000 houses were destroyed, but no one died in this city's "Great Fire" of 1666
    $100 16
This itsy bitsy creature "climbed up a waterspout"
    $200 4
There's no evidence that bison ever grazed in vicinity of this second largest NY city
    $200 12
Made of metal, they consist of a point, a shank & a head, & are measured in pennies or inches
    $200 2
East Jerusalem was part of this country from 1948-67
    $200 17
Jimmy does it, but "I don't care"
    $300 5
It has more Italians than Venice, more Irish than Dublin & more Jews than Jerusalem
    $300 13
Country whose people all get their last names from the 438 words in the poem "Po-Chia-Hsing"
    DD: $500 8
War with which this song was associated:

"Over there /
Over there /
Send the word, send the word, over there! /
Because the Yanks are coming /
The Yanks are coming /
The drums rum tumming everywhere..."
    $300 18
The 3 R's are taught to this tune in "School Days"
    $400 6
Florida's largest city, it's named after our 7th president
    $400 14
Only chess piece which can become a queen
    $400 9
From 1937-45, Chiang-Kai-shek & Mao Tse-tung joined forces to fight these invaders
    $400 19
Size shoe worn by "My Darling Clementine"
    $500 7
The mapmakers' lines which divide Washington, D.C. into 4 sections converge at this building
    $500 15
What the letters in the name of the cable channel "ESPN" stand for
    $500 10
In 1844, this country gained its independence from Haiti
    $500 20
Where K-K-K-Katy will be waiting

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 7):

Doug Joan Mark
$400 -$300 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Joan Mark
$1,100 -$500 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
English style which developed during the reigns of Georges I, II, III & IV
    $200 8
In "My Story", Judith Campbell Exner describes her affair with this '60s president
    $200 16
Type of bridge that sounds as if it might be played by a bored bride and groom
    $200 3
In "South Pacific" this island was "Ha'i"; in Indonesia, it's just this
    $200 19
As of Jan.1. 1985, California health plans must cover this ancient Chinese treatment
    $200 1
Randy Newman sang this song to the disdain of little folk everywhere
    $400 18
From French meaning "face", it's the face of a building '
    $400 9
In 1928 he said, "I do not choose to run"
    $400 20
2 aces, 2 eights & a queen, named for Wild Bill Hickok, who was shot holding them
    $400 4
Famous Indonesian process of making fabrics by waxing & dyeing cloth
    $400 23
This implanted organ regulator became atomic powered in the '70s
    $400 2
Early in his career, his short stature gave him title, "Le petit caporal," "the Little Corporal"
    $600 10
Called "His Accidency" he was first vice-president to replace a president who died in office
    $600 21
"Going out" after you've "melded" is part of this game whose name means "basket" in Spanish
    $600 5
The Indonesian flag is identical to the flag of this European principality
    $600 13
At 5'6½", this little man was well-suited to play "Little Big Man"
    $800 26
German school of architecture mentioned in Tom Wolfe title, "From Our House to..."
    $800 11
"Old Rough & Ready", this 12th president & Mexican War hero is said to have never voted
    DD: $500 6
Indonesia includes parts of these two islands, 2nd & 3rd largest in world
    $800 14
Barnum's circus' midget whose stage name combined a military title & a fairy tale name
    DD: $1,000 25
Two of the three Greek orders of architecture
    $1000 12
First president who was a college graduate
    $1000 22
D.L. Coburn's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, based on 2 old people & a deck of cards
    $1000 7
In '66, he took over government from Sukarno, & brought Indonesia back into the United Nations
    $1000 24
Affecting both people & animals, it was the 1st germ linked to disease
    $1000 15
Diminutive actor who stood on a box to kiss Sophia Loren in "Boy on a Dolphin"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Joan Mark
$2,100 -$5,100 $4,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Worldwide, this fairy tale has been subject of 58 films, more than any other story

Final scores:

Doug Joan Mark
$100 -$5,100 $4,250
2nd place: 17 cu. ft. frost-free White-Westinghouse refrigerator-freezer + Vitamaster Station One compact exercise unit 3rd place: Bushnell 910 mm objective lens focal length astronomical telescope New champion: $4,250

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Joan Mark
$2,100 -$4,100 $4,800
15 R,
10 W
4 R,
13 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $2,800

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Game tape date: 1985-01-08
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