Show #123 - Wednesday, February 27, 1985

Missing one incorrect response in Double Jeopardy!


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Bill Livingston, a sports columnist from North Olmsted, Ohio

Brooke Wisdom, a homemaker from Scottsdale, Arizona

Leo Cullum, a magazine cartoonist originally from North Bergen, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $8,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
Headquarters of Boise Cascade Corporation is in this state
    $100 1
Baltimore, MD & Norfolk, VA, are the 2 largest ports on this bay
    $100 3
Pizza magnate Tom Monaghan bought this baseball team in '83 for $53 million
    $100 23
His duck smoked cigars, too
    $100 14
A dried plum, or to cut back plant parts
    $100 9
Cop who wanted "Just the facts, ma'am"
    $200 20
Hoffman-La Roche makes this tranquilizer the biggest selling prescription drug in U.S. for 5 years
    $200 2
This real Georgia-Florida swamp is home to the comics' Pogo
    $200 4
The winner in this sport is the last car on the field still able to move
    $200 24
In the '60s, some students got high by smoking these fruit peelings
    $200 15
The flat, red parts of a poinsettia are these, not petals
    $200 10
Outfielder put out to pasture by the Dodgers
    $300 21
Number 1 maker of pinball & slot machines, they operate their own Atlantic City casino
    $300 7
Rip Van Winkle slept for 20 years in these southern N.Y. state mountains
    $300 5
Of a football, a basketball & a soccer ball, the heaviest
    $300 25
"A woman is only a woman, but a good cigar" is this
    $300 16
Term for respiration process occurring in most animals but no plants
    $300 11
Lively Spanish tenor whose name means "placid Sunday"
    $400 22
Company that's been sponsoring Metropolitan Opera broadcasts for some 40 years
    $400 12
Martinsburg & Wheeling are in this state's 2 panhandles
    $400 6
Value of a field goal made from over 23' away from the basket in the NBA
    DD: $1,000 26
Tex Williams satirized smoking in this song:

"I'm a fellow with heart of gold / With the ways of a gentleman I've been told / A kind of a guy that would never harm a flea / But if me and a certain character met / That guy that invented the cigarette..."
    $400 17
Gomez & Morticia's gruesome little girl
    $500 13
Mammoth Cave, world's longest known cave system, is in this state
    $500 8
Mark you get in bowling after a successful conversion
    $500 18
"Hell will be forever for rent" after Prohibition, said this baseball player-turned-evangelist

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Leo Brooke Bill
$1,400 $300 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leo Brooke Bill
$3,000 $1,400 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Political party of the 20th, 30th & 40th presidents
    $200 8
The English often called him Bernard Shaw, leaving off this, his first name
    $200 19
From French meaning back to back, it's common square dance step
    $200 1
The Spanish call him Cristobal Colon
    $200 26
It's the world's largest opera house
    $200 7
A Beatles album, or a pistol with a rotating cylinder
    $400 3
At age 90, he was only ex-president to see his son take the presidential oath
    $400 9
"Arrowsmith's" author
    $400 23
What "Vaya con Dios" means
    $400 14
1948-49 U.S. airlift delivered over 2 million tons of supplies to this city
    $400 27
Composer Puccini was jeered at Italian opening of this opera set in Japan
    $400 11
People do this in horror, but guns do it when fired
    $600 4
The only president to serve in the military in both World Wars
    $600 10
Type of animal John Steinbeck traveled with in "Travels with Charley"
    $600 24
Motto for U.S. Marine Corps, it's Latin for "Always faithful"
    $600 15
Though not the most destructive barbarian tribe, their name describes destructive people
    $600 16
The strip on a handgun's barrel used for sighting, it sounds like Eve's anatomical origin
    $800 5
Jackson, Udall & Wallace were his 3 main primary opponents
    $800 12
Contemporary of Mark Twain who wrote "The Luck of Roaring Camp"
    $800 25
What R.S.V.P. is short for
    $800 20
In 732, Charles Martel stopped their advance into Europe, at Tours
    $800 17
Method used by Davy Crockett to insert ammo in "Old Betsy"
    $1000 6
1st president during a Great Depression, he was 8th V.P. & 8th president
    DD: $1,000 13
English author whose name sounds like Henry's car coming & going
    $1000 22
German for child prodigy, Mozart was one
    $1000 21
In late 18th c., Russia, Prussia & Austria partitioned this country out of existence
    $1000 18
Term for spiral cut grooves in a weapon's bore

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leo Brooke Bill
$8,000 $800 $3,300
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In less than 40 years, Karachi, Rawalpindi & Islamabad have all been its capital

Final scores:

Leo Brooke Bill
$9,200 $0 $4,900
3-day champion: $17,800 3rd place: Alsy-Cycle II lamps 2nd place: Suntana SunSystem indoor sun-tanning system + R.R. Scheibe snack tables

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Leo Brooke Bill
$7,400 $800 $4,300
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
6 R,
3 W
20 R,
9 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,500

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Game tape date: 1984-11-13
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