Show #189 - Thursday, May 30, 1985

Nathan Walpow game 5.


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Howard Seftel, a history teacher originally from Brooklyn, New York

Darryle Pollock, a writer and mother originally from Miami, Florida

Nathan Walpow, a data processor originally from Queens, New York (whose 4-day cash winnings total $31,200)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In '62, the Four Seasons asked this "Baby" "Can you come out tonight?"
    $100 16
"Alligator Alley" is a highway which runs through this Florida swamp
    $100 6
This canine caped crusader floats by Macy's every Thanksgiving
    $100 11
Wardens of this org. patrol more than 1 mil. acres in the U.S., primarily to protect birds
    $100 17
Fernwood housewife, Fernwood housewife
    $200 2
Fleetwood Mac album, or chatter about Mick going bankrupt & Lindsey being lonely
    $200 7
Garfield finds this dog a pushover, usually over edge of table
    $200 12
A birch tree may lose 900 gal. of this in a summer's day
    $200 20
Author of the "Stop" proposal, this senator couldn't stop Mondale in the primaries
    $300 3
This "Wonderful, Wonderful" singer is said to have been 1st Black singer to reach millionaire status
    $300 8
Geppetto's cat in "Pinocchio"
    $300 13
Surprisingly, this only covers about 10 to 20% of most deserts
    $300 21
Polaroid's "1st Lady", mistaken for, but definitely not, Mrs. James Garner
    $400 19
Explorer Richard Burton published his translation of these 1,001 tales
    $400 4
Contrary to their '84 hit, this duo is definitely not "Out of Touch"
    $400 9
As Tom was to Jerry, he was to Herman
    $400 14
Chinese invented paper after watching these build their paperlike nests
    $400 22
He went from potent reporter in "Rich & Famous" to impotent lover in "The Sun Also Rises"
    DD: $500 18
Now costing over $2 extra, this service started nationwide at only 10ยข above postage
    $500 5
Written by Bruce Springsteen, this song was a "hot" number for the Pointer Sisters in '79
    $500 10
Mom & Dad to Disney dog Scamp
    $500 15
A redwood forest near S.F. is named for this naturalist who founded the Sierra Club in 1892
    $500 23
His works about the California gold rush spawned "local color writing"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 8):

Nathan Darryle Howard
$900 -$500 -$500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nathan Darryle Howard
$3,200 $900 -$500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
Among this revolutionary Dutch Impressionist's self-portraits is one with a bandaged head
    $200 3
Scoliosis is a sideward curvature of this support system
    $200 2
This letter missing from the sign of "Hotel Baltimore" turned it into the sitcom's name
    $200 5
In both 1884 & 1984, this city's World's Fairs were financial disasters
    $200 19
Saul offered him armor and a sword, but he chose to use a sling and stones
    $200 14
A decade before Arthur Ashe, Althea Gibson became first important Black player in this sport
    $400 15
Last name of Pablo Diego Jose Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Crispin Crispiano Trinidad Ruiz
    $400 12
Though home tests are popular, doctors use a radio immune assay to officially determine this
    $400 13
This famous radio newscaster was the narrator for "The Untouchables"
    $400 7
It's the largest city in both Maine & Oregon
    $400 23
This king had 700 wives & 300 concubines, but still found time to write a few songs
    $400 8
'84 Olympic gold medalist, he's won more diving championships than any other American
    $600 11
This city's Rijksmuseum is known for having the finest collection of Rembrandts
    $600 24
Laxative & soaking aid named for Eng. village where it was discovered about 1618
    $600 18
Town in NY named for ancient Ilium
    $600 6
At his last time at bat before retiring 9/28/60, this Boston Red Sox great hit a home run
    $800 10
Rousseau's most famous painting features a lion & this "sleeping" person
    $800 21
He first tried his oral polio vaccine on himself before letting others test it
    $800 17
During the 1830's Creek Indians founded this 2nd-largest Oklahoma city
    DD: $800 26
Book of the Old Testament from which lines of this song are taken

"To everything turn, turn, turn /
There is a season turn, turn, turn /
And a time to every purpose under heaven /
A time to be born, a time to die /
A time to plant, a time to reap..."
    $800 4
In 1976, Heisman winner Tony Dorsett led this university to a national championship
    $1000 9
Born in Livorno, Italy in 1884, his usually single figure subjects have long bodies, necks & oval heads
    $1000 20
Named for the Greek god of dreams, it's a pain-relieving narcotic
    DD: $1,700 16
This southwest Ohio city is named for the youngest signer of the U.S. Constitution
    $1000 25
Leviticus 19:14 prohibits the putting of stumbling blocks in front of these people
    $1000 1
'79 movie, "The Other Side of the Mountain", is true-life story of this skier's tragedy and triumph

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nathan Darryle Howard
$5,800 $1,900 $1,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It was the 1st human language Tarzan spoke

Final scores:

Nathan Darryle Howard
$7,700 $0 $0
5-day champion: $38,900 2nd place: WhiteWestinghouse washer & dryer + Char-Broil BBQ grill 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen his & hers watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Nathan Darryle Howard
$5,800 $1,900 $3,300
16 R,
1 W
8 R,
5 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,000

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Game tape date: 1985-01-24
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