Show #116 - Monday, February 18, 1985

John Hnat game 5.


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Tom Udall, an Air Force captain from Hampton, Virginia

Annette Salinetro, an administrative secretary from San Diego, California

John Hnat, a chemical lab technician from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 4-day cash winnings total $27,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 23
Eisenhower's short successful slogan in '52
    $100 11
Paying upon receipt of goods
    $100 19
Name for hand-held 2-way radio which describes 2 things you do at once
    $100 6
You can go for one on Sunday or do this off the 1st tee
    $100 1
Only about 50 years old, this lake was created by Hoover Dam
    $100 14
Her 1st comedy, "Ninotchka", was her next-to-last movie
    $200 24
Convention city of Republicans in '64, Democrats in '84
    $200 12
In Latin, id est, but in English, that is
    $200 20
ABC talk radio host, his program is a real "Thriller"
    $200 7
This "tramp" coaches Saints
    $200 2
The 2 countries bordering the Dead Sea
    $200 15
Winter Olympic champ in '32 who "iced" her success with movie stardom
    $300 25
An avalanche, or the '64 & '72 presidential elections
    $300 13
Who you might hire to straighten out your taxes
    $300 28
Truckers often use this to warn other drivers of "smokeys" in the area
    $300 8
Number of gymnasts that make up an Olympic team
    $300 3
Covering 30,000 sq. miles, the world's largest delta is created by this Indian river
    $300 16
This actress was tailor-made for Frankenstein's monster
    $400 26
In 1960, they were the 1st time pres. candidates to argue campaign issues face to face
    $400 21
What you put on an invitation to a kegger when you don't supply the keg
    $400 9
In '72, this Brooklyn-born Dodger was the youngest player elected to Hall of Fame
    $400 4
Thoreau's pond
    $400 17
In "Algiers", he actually asked Hedy Lamarr to run with him from the Casbah
    $500 27
Before the 17th Amendment gave voters the right, senators were chosen by these gov't. bodies
    $500 22
The police dept.'s demand for an "interview" with public enemy #1
    $500 10
1st U.S. team in National Hockey League
    $500 5
Longest river in Asia, though entirely in China
    $500 18
#1 box office star from 1935 to 1938

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

John Annette Tom
$1,700 $0 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Annette Tom
$3,400 $600 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
It incorporated with largely Arab Jaffa in 1950 to form one Israeli city
    $200 2
Since his appearance in '45, man-made forest fires have been cut in half
    $200 23
New Orleans style of jazz named for "the land of cotton"
    $200 7
1st governor of Mass., also 1st to sign the Declaration of Independence
    $200 1
Now an Orthodox Hanafi Muslim, this basketball star was formerly Lew Alcindor
    $200 10
Where you roast a pig
    $400 9
Mexican coastal town which named a playground for its late resident Richard Burton
    $400 18
When they put on a show, it can be Hawaiian, Strombolian, or Vulcanian
    $400 24
Sad songs that inspired jazz; W.C. Handy wrote them for "Memphis" & "St. Louis"
    $400 16
Written in Washington, not on a train, as legend says, before it was read Nov. 19, 1863
    $400 3
Ironically, the Pope gave the title of "Defender of the Faith" to this English king
    $400 11
Hearts, rain & little feet all do it
    $600 13
It was designed by British architects to replace Calcutta as capital
    $600 19
European country often flooded because about ⅖ of it lies below sea level
    $600 17
In 1626, the Dutch West India company divided this island into bouweries
    $600 4
He defended his teachings before the Diet of Worms
    $600 12
Anatomically speaking, it's where you get that sinking feeling
    $800 14
Real Massachusetts city that was home port to fictional ship the "Pequod"
    $800 20
As it did in '30s Oklahoma, this blows in a "black blizzard"
    $800 25
Congress created this rank in order to honor Farragut for his victory at New Orleans
    $800 5
Radio preacher Frederick J. Eikerenkoetter II is better known by this name
    $800 21
Where Bernstein brandishes his baton
    $1000 15
Tradition says Columbus announced his discovery of the New World in this Spanish town
    $1000 22
During WWI battles in the Alpine region, more soldiers were killed by these than bullets
    $1000 6
Most Japanese practice both Buddhism & this religion
    DD: $1,000 26
Singer & title of the following:

"When you're young and so in love as we / And bewildered by the world we see / Why do people hurt us so? / Only those in love would know / What a town without pity can do"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Annette Tom
$7,400 $1,400 $2,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the largest state in area east of the Mississippi

Final scores:

John Annette Tom
$9,400 $200 $5,200
5-day champion: $37,100 3rd place: Skyway luggage 2nd place: Action recliner + Code-A-Phone answering machine

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Annette Tom
$7,400 $1,400 $2,600
26 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
6 R,
1 W
13 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $11,400

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Game tape date: 1984-10-31
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