Show #55 - Friday, November 23, 1984

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Dave Keith, an Army National Guard recruiter originally from Montague, Michigan

Lisa Willoughby, a sales manager from Marina del Rey, California

Richard Landon, a restaurant manager from Santa Cruz, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The babies of elephants, whales & cows
    $100 20
In London, a Wimpy with everything
    $100 7
The number opposite 2 on a die
    $100 22
At Christmas its officers conduct street corner collections
    $100 2
It was thrown into the Minneapolis air by Mary Tyler Moore at the opening of her show
    $100 11
Movie producer whose original name was Schmuel Gelbfisz
    $200 3
They travel in gaggles
    $200 21
Using this British term the piano player might have been called "Swiss Roll" Morton
    $200 8
He takes a wife, who takes a child, who takes a nurse, etc.
    $200 23
Vow of sexual abstinence taken by Catholic priests & nuns
    $200 9
He married Miss Vicki on "The Tonight Show" in 1969
    $200 12
He carried only Arizona & the southern states in the '64 election
    $300 4
In Siberia freezing preserved 50,000 year old steak from this extinct mammal
    $300 10
It's the largest bill in Monopoly
    $300 24
Book of the Bible in which Moses makes his exit from Egypt
    $300 16
"Three's Company" spinoff that centered around the landlord & his wife
    $300 13
Star of Steven Spielberg's 1st theatrical feature "The Sugarland Express"
    $400 5
Animal a hippophobe fears
    $400 19
The end person on this team called an anchor, really pulls his weight
    DD: $200 25
Composer of this inspiring chorus:

"Hallelujah Hallelujah Hallelujah Hallelujah Hallelujah..."
    $400 17
His cover was greeting card salesman when he wasn't a secret agent
    $400 14
Milwaukee school teacher, she immigrated to Palestine & began political career
    $500 6
Tallest dog used in Ireland to hunt wolves & elk
    $500 26
Diabolical leader of the doomed People's Temple
    $500 18
Longest-running soap opera on television, it premiered Sept. 3, 1951
    $500 15
Singer who recorded "Watching Scotty Grow" but saw "Honey" become a bigger hit

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

Richard Lisa David
$1,300 -$400 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Lisa David
$1,800 $500 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In 1980 Iraq invaded this country
    $200 12
Used by Dennis the Menace or David the slayer
    $200 23
60 nickels equals this many dollars
    $200 1
Popular term for the president's wife
    $200 13
They flock together
    $200 8
Cultural center of Holy Roman Empire; today Czechoslovakia's capital
    $400 5
This Civil War was fought from 1936-39
    $400 16
Odd weapon for OddJob
    $400 27
Area of a rectangle 6 feet by 9 feet
    $400 3
Donna Reed's role on "Dallas"
    $400 14
A single decomposed Granny Smith destroys the entire keg
    $400 15
Blue boundary between Slovakia and Hungary
    DD: $400 9
50,000 youngsters were lost on this disastrous military campaign in 1212
    $600 17
A hatchet, it's said, but not proven, Indians buried it for peace
    $600 28
At 50 miles per hour,
length of time it takes to go 225 miles
    $600 4
FDR made Frances Perkins the 1st women member of this
    $600 24
The worth of an ounce of prevention
    $600 20
Shared occupation of Smetana, Janacek & Dvorak
    $800 10
He was Roman emperor when Christ was born
    $800 18
They were designed to destroy submarines by shock waves
    DD: $2,000 29
The smaller of a 5 gallon water bottle or a 20 liter gas tank
    $800 6
Cover Girl golfer from the land down under
    $800 25
Only Shakespeare play title that's a proverb
    $800 21
Karel Capek's work "R.U.R." introduced this word for mechanical men meaning "work"
    $1000 11
The 1928 Kellogg-Briand Pact outlawed this
    $1000 19
The extras in operas
    $1000 7
In 1916 she opened the 1st birth control clinic
    $1000 26
Proverb that was changed for title of '73 Bond film
    $1000 22
Girl from Laurel & Hardy film based on Balfe's opera comes from here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Lisa David
$5,800 $4,700 $5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1971 & 1973, these 2 Best Actors refused the Oscars they had won

Final scores:

Richard Lisa David
$10,000 $9,395 $4,900
3-day champion: $27,400 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Richard Lisa David
$5,800 $4,700 $4,200
20 R,
6 W
19 R,
5 W
12 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,700

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Game tape date: 1984-09-11
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