Show #144 - Thursday, March 28, 1985

Steven Rogitz game 5.


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Vickie Stucken, a teacher from Redondo Beach, California

Gary Capra, a freelance sportscaster originally from Boston, Massachusetts

Steven Rogitz, a letter carrier from Gardena, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $30,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

'60s SONGS
"HO" & "HUM"
    $100 12
This most popular Italian wine is often sold in straw-covered flasks
    $100 11
Barry, a dog who rescued 40 people lost in Swiss snows, was this breed
    $100 1
This Dean Martin Top 10 hit from '64 became his theme song
    $100 23
There's no evidence that Julius Caesar was born by this abdominal surgical procedure
    $100 6
"Appropriate" countenance for playing 5-card stud
    $100 20
Partnered with pocus
    $200 17
A bright personality, or type of wine champagne is
    $200 13
About 4,000 B.C., the saluki & pharaoh hound were first bred in this country
    $200 2
Reason Leslie Gore can cry if she wants to
    $200 24
Test for cancer of the cervix developed by Dr. George Papanicolaou
    $200 7
Number of red checkers in a checkers game
    $200 21
From Latin for "earth", the opposite of proud
    $300 18
Nationality of the wine you'd be drinking if you had "some Madeira, my dear"
    $300 14
Literally "Earth dog" in French, a breed such as Airedale or Yorkshire
    $300 3
Hit from 1962 & every Halloween after by Bobby "Boris" Pickett
    $300 25
Thin, transparent fabric used in bandages, probably named for town of Gaza
    $300 8
Thought to have derived from dice, you can play "sniff" or "Bergen" with these B & W "bones"
    $300 22
An appropriate holiday for camels, or Wednesday's nickname
    DD: $500 19
Kind of wines named for principal grape used, cabernet or chardonnay, for example
    $400 15
Breed that looks like a small greyhound but sounds like a Devo hit
    $400 4
Object of the Shirelles' "Dedication" in '61
    $400 9
The game bridge developed from
    $400 26
Something dull, boring, monotonous, hackneyed, pointless, banal or uninspired
    $500 16
Laika, a Russian dog, was the first to travel there
    $500 5
Shirley Ellis got "Right Down To" it in 1964
    $500 10
Card game where your opponent may shout "Muggins" if you've failed to count "his knobs"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 6):

Steve Gary Vickie
$1,600 $0 -$500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Gary Vickie
$3,400 $400 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In his 18th sonnet he asks, "Shall I compare thee" to this kind of day
    $200 18
Federal agency founded in 1970 to fight pollution
    $200 3
The faithful but clumsy assistant who helped Dr. Frankenstein make his monster
    $200 13
In the '84 presidential election, he won the District of Columbia hands down
    $200 9
Hanging parasite that offers an excuse for Christmas kisses
    $400 10
Mickey Rooney played this woodland sprite when "A Midsummer Night's Dream" was filmed in 1935
    $400 19
Interior Sec'y who described his coal leasing commission as "a Black, a woman, 2 Jews & a cripple"
    $400 4
He was the army's Fatso Judson before he was the Navy's McHale
    $400 14
From Dutch "Jan Kees", their term for "John Doe", name for Americans 1st used in Revol. times
    $400 11
The joint celebration of Washington & Lincoln's birthdays
    $600 1
In "Othello", Shakespeare calls this "a green-eyed monster"
    $600 20
People living near this Niagara Falls, NY dump site had to abandon their homes
    $600 5
In the '54 movie, 3 coins were thrown into this famous Roman fountain
    $600 15
Term for those who called for an end to slavery
    $600 12
Club centered in this Penn. town has looked for groundhog shadows every Feb. 2 since 1898
    $800 2
Cordelia was this king's favorite daughter, until she dared to tell him the truth
    $800 21
A day in April set aside to call attention to environmental needs
    $800 7
The only silent movie that received a Best Picture Oscar
    $800 16
Society revived at a meeting on Stone Mountain, Georgia, in 1915
    $1000 22
In his will, all the playwright left his wife was his "2nd best" of this household item
    $1000 8
Drink requested by Garbo in her first line in her first talkie
    DD: $2,400 17
When the 1st U.S. Census was taken in 1790, this was determined to be the largest city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Gary Vickie
$4,400 $800 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On std. touch tone phone, tot. No. of buttons with characters also appearing on top row of a typewriter

Final scores:

Steve Gary Vickie
$800 $700 $0
5-day champion: $31,399 2nd place: WhiteWestinghouse refrigerator/freezer + Noritake dinnerware set 3rd place: La-Z Boy recliner

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Gary Vickie
$6,800 $800 $3,500
31 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)
2 R,
1 W
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,100

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Game tape date: 1984-12-11
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