Show #122 - Tuesday, February 26, 1985

Contestants

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Candy Carey, a horse trainer and breeder from Sun Valley, California

Tom O'Brien, a writer-researcher from Seattle, Washington

Leo Cullum, a magazine cartoonist originally from North Bergen, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,600)

Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
BIRDS
DINING OUT
FOOTBALL
AUTO SLOGANS
"BOYS" IN SONG
    $100 9
In 1806, Australians rebelled against this British governor, the former H.M.S. Bounty captain
    $100 1
Icterus galbula or a Maryland baseball team player
    $100 4
Utensil you'd use to eat the potage du jour
    $100 25
None of the players are "paper" pussycats on this Detroit team
    $100 12
Car that gives one "o-o-oh, what a feeling"
    $100 6
Though no Boy George, Johnny Cash was this in '69
    $200 15
American Abraham Lincoln Brigade fought in this country's Civil War
    $200 2
"Royal" bird of Antarctica
    $200 22
In some exclusive restaurants, menus without these are presented to ladies
    $200 26
In '61, Ernie Davis was 1st Black college player to win this award
    $200 13
They've "got a better idea"
    $200 7
In '62 The Shirelles professed fidelity to this military recruit
    $300 16
In 1916, this Mexican revolutionary shot up town of Columbus, NM, killing 17
    $300 3
'65 Elizabeth Taylor/Richard Burton film; it's theme was "The Shadow Of Your Smile"
    $300 23
Goat milk cheese associated with Greek cuisine
    $300 27
The "zebras"
    $300 14
It was "awesome", but now it's Nissan
    DD: $500 8
What The Manhattan Transfer "talked about" in the following:

"He's kind of tall / He's really fine / Some day I hope to make him mine, all mine..."
    $400 17
War in which Germany lost its African colonies
    $400 5
A natural mimic, one in the wilds of S.C. could imitate 32 bird calls
    $400 24
Of 2, 2.5 or 3.5, the number of times the average American eats out per week
    $400 28
Made legal in 1906 to open up game & reduce injuries, it's now the Chargers' specialty
    $400 20
"Wouldn't you really rather have" this
    $400 10
In '48, it was a "strange & enchanted" million seller for Nat "King" Cole
    $500 18
This last emperor of France, deposed in 1870, later died in England
    $500 19
The only bird with only 2 toes on each foot
    $500 29
In '73, this pro ran for over 2,000 yards
    $500 21
You can't "ask the man who owns one" because they aren't made anymore
    $500 11
'84 hit by Deniece Williams where she sounds like an M.C.

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

Leo Tom Candy
$500 $1,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leo Tom Candy
$2,000 $2,100 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEARE
NOTORIOUS
PHOTOGRAPHY
VAUDEVILLE
THE BIBLE
WORD ORIGINS
    $200 17
Queen who gave her name to Shakespeare's age
    $200 12
Mehmet Ali Agca, a suspected Bulgarian agent, is notorious for having done this
    $200 22
A basic set of these includes normal, wide-angle & telephoto
    $200 2
Born William Claude Dukenfield, he juggled his way out of Philadelphia
    $200 7
Adopted by cowboys, this word is from the Spanish "la reata", the rope
    $400 14
Troubled Dane who is put to rest with "Goodnight, sweet prince"
    $400 13
In 1940, he was killed with an ice pick by Soviet agents in Mexico City
    $400 3
"Banjo Eyes"
    $400 21
Tree frond the masses used to welcome Jesus into Jerusalem
    $400 8
It's from the Old French "novel", from the Latin "nova", from the Greek "neos"
    $600 1
His "Two Gentlemen" hailed from there
    $600 18
"Hitler had the best answers to everything," said this head of a psychopathic "family"
    $600 25
Among these settings are 2.8, 4, 5.6 & 8
    $600 4
Louise, Hovick, Madame Rose's dancing daughter, later dropped her name & petals as this
    $600 9
Our word for this blubbery mammal, is from the Danish, who thought it looked like a "whale horse"
    $800 15
Very valuable first edition of Shakespeare's complete works is known by this name
    DD: $1,700 19
Hindu cult that killed & robbed in honor of goddess Kali, name now synonymous with hoodlum
    $800 24
In 1907, the Lumiere bros. of France took the first successful ones
    DD: $2,000 5
Vaudeville "came to an end" when this theater "closed" Nov. 16, 1932
    $800 10
From Old Spanish for "one who shares a room", which many of these do in the Soviet Union
    $1000 16
Royal war on which 4 of Shakespeare's histories were based
    $1000 20
Victims of 1929 St. Valentine's Day Massacre had been working for him
    $1000 23
What ASA stands for
    $1000 6
Originally called the "chalk line walk", this dance opened the door for Blacks in vaudeville
    $1000 11
Latin for "to heap up", it's what you do when you "really pile it on"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leo Tom Candy
$1,000 $2,100 $2,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY
In 1927, he was named "Time" magazine's first "Man of the Year"

Final scores:

Leo Tom Candy
$2,000 $50 $10
2-day champion: $8,600 2nd place: Armstrong bedroom suite & Dakotah bedroom ensemble 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Leo Tom Candy
$1,000 $900 $1,300
15 R,
6 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W

Combined Coryat: $3,200

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Game tape date: 1984-11-13
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