Show #115 - Friday, February 15, 1985

John Hnat game 4.


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Bob Mooney, an ophthalmologist from Katonah, New York

Stephanie Smith, a waitress from Garden Grove, California

John Hnat, a chemical lab technician from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $22,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
City that beer made famous, it still produces most in U.S.
    $100 13
Although most horses like this common sucrose, too much makes them mean
    $100 21
The main portion of an arrow
    $100 1
Kernels of corn and lima beans cooked together
    $100 8
What Charlie Townsend & Michael Endicott have in common with Blake Carrington
    $100 5
According to Polly Adler, it's what a house is not
    $200 20
Carl Sandburg called this city "hog butcher for the world"
    $200 7
On "hot-blooded" horses, this neck hair is finer, thinner & shorter than on "cold-blooded" ones
    $200 25
You score 9 or 10 points for hitting this on a target
    $200 2
From a Bantu word, it's a soup thickened with okra
    $200 9
Nature of business of Gateman, Goodbury and Graves, employers of Herman Munster
    $200 6
"I can tell you in 2 words - im possible," said this film producer who had a way with words
    $300 23
Known as "Insurance City", some 50 companies have their headquarters in this New England city
    $300 18
Color breed developed in U.S. & Mexico, it must be cream or golden with "flaxen" tail
    $300 3
A large banana, almost always cooked before being eaten
    $300 10
Unit number of Col. Potter's Mobile Army Surgical Hospital
    $300 14
Late comic famous for "Everybody wants tuh get inta da act"
    $400 24
Nicknamed "Film City", it leads the world in production of cameras & film
    $400 4
Chitterlings are this part of a hog
    $400 11
"Studio 1" drama with R. Bellamy & W. Shatner spawned this series with E.G. Marshall & R. Reed
    $400 15
Bernard Baruch said, "We may not have all come over on the same ship, but we're all in" this
    $500 22
The south's "Rocket City, U.S.A.", it's the center of missile production
    DD: $300 17
This best egg-laying breed of chicken is named for an Italian city also known as Livorno
    $500 12
Comedian who hosted first episode of "Saturday Night Live", Oct. 11, 1975
    $500 16
"I disapprove of what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it", said this Frenchman

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

John Steph Bob
$500 $100 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Steph Bob
$300 $500 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

'60s SONGS
    $200 12
Homer's homeland
    $200 6
Solid geometry deals with figures having this many dimensions
    $200 20
According to Hal David & Burt Bacharach, "what the world needs now"
    $200 25
The widow of a king
    $200 9
A doctor's fluoroscope uses this kind of energy
    $200 1
The 2 countries which make up Europe's Iberian Peninsula
    $400 13
How Caligula's officers removed him from office
    $400 7
The line that cuts a circle exactly in half
    $400 21
Pete Seeger's "Little Boxes" are made out of it
    $400 26
From Sanskrit meaning "great", it's a rank above rajah
    $400 16
In Saint-Saens' "Danse Macabre", rattling of bones is portrayed by this instrument
    $400 2
Nepal is surrounded by these countries, the 2 most populous in the world
    $600 14
In 330, it was made official religion of the Roman Empire
    $600 8
The figure resembling eight turned on its side symbolizes this
    DD: $1,000 22
Where you'll find answer to this question:

"How many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man? / How many seas must the white dove sail?"
    $600 27
French for substitute king, he rules in king's name
    $600 17
She's the "Happy Hooker"
    $600 3
With combined area of less than 1 sq. mile, the 2 smallest countries in the world
    $800 15
Octavius & Mark Antony fought the Battle of Actium to see who would succeed him
    $800 10
The square root of 121
    $800 23
What "you never close your eyes anymore when I kiss your lips" indicates
    $800 28
In 1917, this surname replaced Saxe-Coburg-Gotha as Great Britain's royal surname
    $800 18
French agents suggested the U.S. bribe them in this 1798 diplomatic scandal
    $800 4
The 2 largest islands that are part of Italy
    $1000 11
Branch widely used by surveyors, it computes relationships between sides of a right triangle
    $1000 24
Along with superficial sighs, it's "the borders of our lives"
    $1000 19
Wife of Socrates, her name has come to mean an ill-tempered, shrewish wife
    $1000 5
These neighbors are the only 2 New World countries without coastlines

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Steph Bob
$5,100 $900 $5,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The movie studio that released the landmark film "The Jazz Singer" in 1927

Final scores:

John Steph Bob
$5,000 $1,790 $600
4-day champion: $27,700 2nd place: Speed Queen washer & dryer + Andis personal care appliances 3rd place: Alsy-Cycle II lamp set

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Steph Bob
$4,700 $1,200 $5,800
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
8 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $11,700

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Game tape date: 1984-10-30
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