Show #172 - Tuesday, May 7, 1985


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David Rambo, a real estate agent originally from Spring City, Pennsylvania

Dorian Ellis, a chef from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Ralph Pride, a freelance cooking writer from Houston, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
It's what was going on while Bobby Darin was "splish splash, takin' a bath"
    $100 8
B.P., heart rate & respiration are these kinds of signs to a paramedic
    $100 1
This bushy-tailed tree top rodent can take falls up to 100 feet without injury
    $100 12
Three word phrase he's often imitated saying, but claims he never said in films
    $100 6
Famous Amos, Mrs. Fields & the Keebler elves have all made their names with these
    $200 11
Hey! This guy he was so fine, he blew Toni Basil's mind
    $200 9
What Nolan Ryan would be if he threw his voice instead of a ball
    $200 2
Renowned for speed, this large carnivore can go from standing to 45 mph in 2 secs.
    $200 13
In "One, Two, Three", Cagney played an overseas executive for this soda co.
    $200 10
Dessert stolen by the Knave of Hearts
    DD: $500 23
According to the following, "if you ever saw it", what "you would even say":

"Then one foggy Christmas Eve / Santa came to say / Rudolph, with your nose so bright..."
    $300 19
They're stacked to give a man backbone, unlike a spineless jellyfish
    $300 3
In Europe, this fierce animal is the "glutton", in the Big 10, it's the University of Michigan
    $300 14
In this famous 1949 film, Cagney died, consumed by flames on the "top of the world"
    $300 16
You should find 4 cherry halves in a 17-oz. Del Monte can of this
    $400 20
It can be spiked to score a point
    $400 4
Genuine angora, not mohair, is made from the fur of this mammal
    $400 15
Oscar role he said had "all the elements... drama...
hokey-pokey, real hokey-pokey"
    $400 17
German for "whirlpool", when filled with apples it's a pastry
    $500 21
Repeated word for word
    $500 5
More common name for wapiti
    $500 22
On doctor's orders, he returned to making movies after 20 years for this 1981 film
    $500 18
It looks like ice cream, tastes like ice cream, but it's the current curd fad

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

Ralph Dorian David
$900 -$200 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ralph Dorian David
$600 $1,700 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
Only Muslims may enter this holiest Islamic city
    $200 6
In Batman's Gotham City, this was the title of the police force's James Gordon
    $200 1
Rossini really "hit the bull's-eye" when he wrote this overture
    $200 21
First side to resort to drafting soldiers
    $200 16
Canadian equivalent of our states
    $400 13
This Canadian city is North America's busiest Pacific port
    $400 7
It's the picture that accompanies the prose
    $400 2
His 9th Symphony's "Ode To Joy" was featured in The Beatles' movie "Help"
    $400 22
Son-in-law of President Zachary Taylor who was himself a president during the war
    $400 17
British equivalent of the Girl Scouts
    $600 11
"Dark pool" in Gaelic, it's known for a monumental no. of public monuments
    $600 8
It's the art of making or displaying fireworks
    $600 3
It took only 3 weeks for him to compose "Rhapsody In Blue"
    DD: $1,000 23
1 of 5 slaves states that didn't secede
    $600 18
Jewish equivalent of crepes
    $800 14
Icelandic capital which uses natural hot springs to heat all its buildings
    $800 9
Style of swimming that got its 1st medal in the '84 Olympics
    $800 4
Though German, he admired Shakespeare and wrote incidental music for "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
    $800 24
"High-Water Mark of the South" was this general's charge at Gettysburg
    $800 19
In 5 states, Calif., Nev., NY, NJ & Wisc., the state House of Representatives is called this
    $1000 15
Founded as St. Petersburg & now called Leningrad, it was this from 1914-1924
    DD: $1,000 10
Another name for stevedore
    $1000 5
Brahms & Chopin were 2 primary composers of this period which followed the classical
    $1000 25
Though there were only eleven states in the Confederacy, the Confederate flag had this many stars
    $1000 20
Naval equivalent of a 2nd lieutenant

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ralph Dorian David
$2,400 $4,500 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The highest ranking member of the U.S. President's Cabinet

Final scores:

Ralph Dorian David
$2,400 $8,999 $5,700
3rd place: Landes coffee & tea set with tray New champion: $8,999 2nd place: Frigidaire washer & dryer + Benchmark carpeting

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ralph Dorian David
$2,400 $5,100 $5,700
8 R,
5 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,200

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Game tape date: 1985-01-21
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