Show #146 - Monday, April 1, 1985

Scattering of clues and responses in Double Jeopardy! entered from audiorecording.


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David Stern, an attorney originally from New York City

Sara Ingalls, a homemaker and substitute teacher originally from Portland, Oregon

Dan Staub, a retail manager originally from Highland Park, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
By 1969, we had well over half a million troops over there
    $100 5
One-on-one in tennis
    $100 14
The "marbling" in meat
    $100 20
In typing test, "all good men" come to its aid
    $100 1
Standard tip included on most European restaurant checks
    $100 7
In actuality, this substance is only 6/100 "thicker than water"
    $200 8
At $25 million, these islands were America's most expensive territorial purchase
    $200 10
The NHL's play-off team trophy
    $200 15
It's clarified for lobster eaters
    $200 21
When asked why he wanted to climb Everest, George Mallory, who died there, gave this reply
    $200 2
This completes the travelers golden rule of packing: when in doubt...
    $200 11
Sylvan Goldman's grocery conveyers, the secret of separating them may have just died with him
    $300 9
It was America's capital from 1790 to 1800
    $300 12
A chukker is a period in this sport
    $300 16
A letter misprinted as a "V" made the French "grane" this now-used word for sauce
    $300 22
Charles Dana defined news as not when a dog bites a man, but when this happens
    $300 4
On a cruise ship, he's responsible for all accounts & papers, & for passengers' comfort
    $300 19
This comic strip boxer has hung up his gloves after 44 years in the newspaper ring
    $400 17
Last governmental position held by Adlai Stevenson
    $400 13
Since 1867, lacrosse has been this country's national sport
    DD: $500 6
Country you'd be in if you were traveling on the following:

"On the road to Mandalay / Where the flyin' fishes play, / And the dawn comes up like thunder / Out of China, 'cross the bay..."
    $500 18
Henry Thoreau wouldn't pay taxes to support this conflict which critics called "Polk's war"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 7):

Dan Sara David
-$200 $0 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Sara David
$500 $800 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
List of candidates for an office or a handheld blackboard
    $200 7
Number of figures in Da Vinci's "Last Supper"
    $200 17
He actually never slept in the famous White House bedroom named for him
    $200 1
Their last film & album was "Let It Be"
    $200 10
Sodom's twin city in infamy
    $200 24
Frederick Law Olmsted was 1st to call himself a landscape architect when he designed this NYC park
    $400 14
Founded in 1920 as outgrowth of the suffrage movement, it now sponsors political debates
    $400 8
Though he preferred doing landscapes, Gainsborough is best known for this type of painting
    DD: $3,500 18
In 1909, his door bed company was 1st in U.S. to manufacture the concealed bed
    $400 3
1966 Lemmon & Matthau film, or a Chinese dessert
    $400 11
From Greek meaning "beginning", it's the 1st book of the Bible
    $600 15
The system of filling jobs with party members, or what goes to the victor
    $600 9
From Italian for "pity", it's a painting or statue of Mary mourning over the body of Jesus
    $600 19
The vibration of the uvula & the soft palate during sleep
    $600 4
In "Hellfighters" John Wayne fought this kind of fire
    $600 12
Evil queen of Israel, or any wicked woman, like Bette Davis in '38 film
    $800 21
In his best-seller, he confessed how "blind ambition" led him into the Watergate scandal
    $800 20
His group portrait of "Syndics of the Cloth Guild" has been reproduced on thousands of cigar boxes
    $800 5
This "grave" movie was Alfred Hitchcock's last
    $800 13
What the apostles' epistles were
    DD: $2,100 22
The 2 Alfreds who have been major party presidential candidates in the 20th century
    $1000 23
Prolonged use of sleeping pills can disturb slumber by reducing this, called "dreaming sleep"
    $1000 6
1980's "Willy & Phil" was an updated American version of this '62 Truffaut film
    $1000 16
Land to which the Lord sent Cain after he killed his brother

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Sara David
$10,000 $800 $5,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Unlike Scorpio, these 2 water signs are actual water creatures

Final scores:

Dan Sara David
$9,200 $1,595 $400
2-day champion: $17,000 2nd place: WhiteWestinghouse washer/dryer + Code-A-Phone answering machine 3rd place: Berkline recliner

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Sara David
$7,400 $800 $4,300
24 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
4 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W

Combined Coryat: $12,500

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Game tape date: 1984-12-12
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