Show #134 - Thursday, March 14, 1985

Paula Tupper game 3.


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Linden Knighten, a wine merchant originally from Carlsbad, New Mexico

Marty Hanley, a cook from Costa Mesa, California

Paula Tupper, a law student from Santee, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $12,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Indy cars & track stars all begin here
    $100 12
Tallyho, it's "Vulpes fulva" or Fred Sanford
    $100 7
It's how Brian Hyland sealed his letter in '62
    $100 6
Asian country with Seoul
    $100 1
Level of sport played by the Bad News Bears in films
    $100 19
Marilyn Monroe movie which sounds like a public transportation sign
    $200 16
The sloth bear is also known by this sticky name of his favorite food
    $200 8
Song that starts "Get down to that kitchen & rattle those pots & pans"
    $200 14
Country with the most land within the Arctic circle
    $200 2
French actress who played Lili, Fanny & Gigi
    $200 20
Bumper to bumper traffic movement
    $300 9
According to Everly Bros., "When I want you in the night...all I have to do" is this
    $300 15
Some of the seas that surround this area are the Wendell, Ross, Amundsen & Davis
    $300 3
He's famous for singing "Hello, Dolly!" in "Hello, Dolly!"
    $300 21
Jimmy Durante uttered it to halt the show
    $400 10
It's why Danny & the Juniors "don't care what people say"
    $400 17
Smallest of the central American countries, it's the only one without a Caribbean coastline
    $400 4
She starred in "Comes a Horseman" & "The Electric Horseman"
    $400 22
Position Billy Barty frequently plays on celebrity baseball teams
    $500 11
'59 Fleetwoods hit that begins "dahm dahm da-ahm doo dahm oo-doo-be-doo"
    $500 18
Cape Horn, southernmost part of South America, lies at tip of Horn Island in this country
    $500 5
'43 film where Bogart met Bacall
    DD: $500 23
A "Supreme" effort in 1965:

"Baby baby, I'm aware of where you go / Each time you leave my door"

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

Paula Marty Linden
$500 $300 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paula Marty Linden
$1,500 $1,700 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Calendar date "which will live in infamy"
    $200 8
Subject of a song in "Oklahoma!", this type of carriage was 1st made in a county in England
    $200 23
This family of animals has brains which most resemble humans'
    $200 4
After owning it less than 2 weeks, this actor was killed in a '55 Porsche 550 Spider
    $200 12
His last published novel before his death was "You Only Live Twice"
    $200 1
King of Thebes who unwittingly killed his father and married his mother
    $400 7
Country to which the term "arsenal of democracy" referred
    $400 9
From the French for "Croatian", it's a synonym for necktie
    $400 24
Side of the brain which is the center for music and emotion
    $400 5
For more air, the Mercury Turnpike cruiser had the unique ability among sedans to lower this
    $400 13
This Missouri native wrote, "Never let schooling interfere with your education"
    $400 2
2nd mightiest Greek warrior after Achilles & 2nd best selling cleanser in USA
    $600 10
Country not invited to '38 Munich conference which decided its fate
    $600 19
The earl who led the Light Brigade was said to have worn this button-front sweater
    $600 25
The brain stem links downward to this in humans, but not in spineless jellyfish
    $600 14
6'9" M.D. who wrote "The Andromeda Strain" & "The Terminal Man"
    $600 3
Hygeia was the Greek goddess of this
    $800 11
Under Hitler, Joseph Goebbels was Minister of this
    $800 21
From account of 7 martyred brothers in book of Maccabees, it means ghastly or gruesome
    $800 15
In 1919, he won a Pulitzer Prize for "The Magnificent Ambersons"
    $800 17
Roman Bacchanalia was festival dedicated to the god of this
    $1000 20
Turning point in N. Africa came when Rommel's army was defeated at this Egyptian town
    DD: $2,000 22
To refuse to patronize, from name of English land agent in Ireland who wouldn't lower rents
    $1000 16
Jewish author Franz Werfel "composed" this story of a modern saint from Lourdes
    $1000 18
Synonymous with doomsayer, this daughter of Priam, king of Troy, predicted the city's fall

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paula Marty Linden
$5,100 $5,700 -$300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Besides JFK, 1 of 4 presidents who was a Harvard graduate

Final scores:

Paula Marty Linden
$10,199 $8,200 -$300
3-day champion: $22,299 2nd place: Heath Hero Jr. personal robot + Vitamaster portable exerciser 3rd place: Bushnell telescope

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paula Marty Linden
$5,100 $4,700 -$300
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
8 R,
7 W

Combined Coryat: $9,500

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Game tape date: 1984-12-04
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