Show #187 - Tuesday, May 28, 1985

Nathan Walpow game 3.


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Belinda Tepper, a systems analyst originally from St. Louis, Missouri

Daryl Anderson, an entertainer from Houston, Texas

Nathan Walpow, a data processor originally from Queens, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
Told not to point, chew gum or gossip, she sits atop the royal court float in a Pasadena parade
    $100 5
This famous Scottish instrument actually originated in Asia
    $100 6
Precedes "ball" when the ump starts a baseball game
    $100 1
Deputy to marshal Matt Dillon who limped through the early seasons of "Gunsmoke"
    $100 3
It's the lightest element & highly flammable, as the Hindenburg found out the hard way
    $100 2
The Harlem Globetrotters' warm-up song
    $200 9
A young newsman, like Jimmy Olsen when he 1st started writing for the Daily Planet
    $200 14
Bandleader whose license plates read "A1ANDA2"
    $200 17
In Spanish, it's "cara", in Yiddish, "punim", in French, "visage"
    $200 10
Last name shared by assistants of inventor of the telephone & a fictional Victorian sleuth
    $200 19
Twice a day ocean undulation
    $200 7
Bringing your lunch from home
    $300 22
Mender of pots & pans or NBC program schedules
    $300 15
Dance done to the song "I don't want her, you can have her, she's too fat for me"
    DD: $500 18
4-letter single word title of the following:

[Instrumental music plays]
    $300 11
She played Mary Tyler Moore's buddy until she moved on down the "Rhoda" to her own show
    $300 20
The planet between Earth & Jupiter
    $300 8
Hollywood's famous "haberdashery" hash house
    $400 23
A winnower separates them using the wind
    $400 21
He combined 2 of his old songs to come up with "Alexander's Ragtime Band"
    $400 25
To thwart Reynolds wrap
    $400 13
New York-born Western star who was partner of Hopalong Cassidy
    $400 26
Joining parts of 2 plants to make them grow as one
    $400 12
The Cleveland Browns were coached by him from 1946 to 1963 & may have been named for him
    $500 24
As huskers are to corn, these are to shellfish
    $500 29
It's the last 4-letter month of the year
    $500 28
He was the menacing silent companion of "Mandrake the Magician"
    $500 27
The science & technology of metals
    $500 16
Musket used by British troops in the Revolutionary War

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Nathan Daryl Belinda
$1,100 $100 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nathan Daryl Belinda
$2,300 $200 -$700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In 1916, he ran on slogan "He kept us out of war", but a year later he got us in
    $200 1
Orca is a another name for this type of mammal
    $200 5
The word "chow" applies in more than 1 way to this breed of dog once bred by Chinese for food
    $200 4
The world's highest aerial tramway is on this French "white mountain"
    $200 3
Florida-based tabloid which sells over 5,000,000 copies a week, mostly in supermarkets
    $200 6
Two racers finishing in a tie
    $400 11
This treaty, which Hitler later denounced, ended World War I
    $400 12
Some of its other names are catamount, puma & cougar
    $400 13
What you find in the bottom of some bottles of the liquor mezcal
    $400 8
The 10.14 mile St. Gotthard auto tunnel, longest in the world, goes through this country's Lepontine Alps
    $400 10
Newspaper from which Archie Bunker got his version of the news
    $400 7
Nickname for worktime between midnight & 6 A.M.
    $600 15
He organized massive food relief for many countries and later became U.S. president
    $600 14
A two-humped camel
    $600 16
The country in which the deadly poisonous fugu fish is considered a delicacy
    $600 17
At 7,310 feet, Mt. Kosciuszko in the state of New South Wales is this continent's highest point
    $600 22
Though its New York edition died in 1967, its international edition is alive & well in Europe
    $600 9
Massa, oldest of these in captivity, had his 54th birthday reported one day & his death the next
    DD: $2,000 20
In WWII, it was Allies vs Axis, but in WWI it was Allied Powers vs these
    $800 19
Afrikaans for "earth-pig", this long-nosed animal is only living member of the order Tubulidentata
    $800 21
The common name of the stomach of a cow or other ruminant used in the making of menudo
    $800 18
Mt. Everest borders on these 2 countries
    $800 25
ABC's Paris correspondent, formerly Pres. Kennedy's press secretary
    $800 23
It's legal in Uruguay, provided you follow the rules & don't use a submachine gun
    $1000 27
Two days before the war ended, Kaiser Wilhelm fled to this country where he spent rest of his life
    $1000 26
Wide-eyed monkey-like creature that can be ruffed, crowned or ring-tailed
    DD: $1,000 24
Alternatives in motto of New Hampshire

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nathan Daryl Belinda
$9,900 $600 -$1,500
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It was the world's largest city for the entire 19th century

Final scores:

Nathan Daryl Belinda
$11,400 $1,192 -$1,500
3-day champion: $26,300 2nd place: Broyhill convertible sofa + Benchmark carpeting 3rd place: Smith-Corona portable electronic typewriter

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Nathan Daryl Belinda
$8,500 $600 -$1,500
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W
7 R,
5 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
11 W

Combined Coryat: $7,600

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Game tape date: 1985-01-24
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