Show #188 - Wednesday, May 29, 1985

Nathan Walpow game 4.


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Sean Stewart, a microcomputer consultant from Canoga Park, California

Doug Vaughn, a certified public accountant from Fort Worth, Texas

Nathan Walpow, a data processor originally from Queens, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $26,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
Recently created "Saturn" is the 1st new nameplate of this automaking giant since 1918
    $100 6
The fletching on most arrows consists of 3 or 4 of these
    $100 7
Sport in which it's bad form to ride between the master & the hounds
    $100 2
NBC soap opera that fits the category
    $100 11
Paris locale where you'd go to view the Mona Lisa
    $100 1
Latin ballroom dance with the rhythm "1-2,1-2-3"
    $200 5
Toy company whose name is acronym for the Connecticut Leather Company, name it started under
    $200 13
An arm guard is used to keep this from slapping the forearm
    $200 8
When leading them from back of church, side where ushers seat "friends of the bride"
    $200 3
She believes there are "No Bad Dogs"
    $200 15
Oldest national park in the United States
    DD: $500 12
Title of the following '66 hit by Cher:

"I was five and he was six"
    $300 14
A copy of this best-seller was given for taking a Chrysler test drive in Jan. '85
    $300 9
It should be sent within a week of receiving the gift
    $300 23
In '66, she sent the Beach Boys a-rockin' & a-reelin'
    $300 18
A battery provides electricity, but the Battery is southernmost point of this island
    $300 19
Peter Sellers played an inept matador in this '67 film
    $400 16
In April '84, this maker of the "Dustbuster" bought G.E.'s small appliance division for $300 million
    $400 10
You are not allowed to speak to the Queen of England unless she does this to you first
    $400 24
Before becoming the fourth Mrs. Frank Sinatra, her name was this
    $400 22
The Mackinac bridge connects this state's two peninsulas
    $400 20
The only large port in American Samoa
    $500 17
Virgin Air Ways offered a free trip to London to passengers who did this during the flight
    $500 25
2-time Pulitzer Prize author, she goes from Troy to Vietnam in her "March of Folly"
    $500 21
Rock group featuring the Porcaro bros. which composed the soundtrack for "Dune"

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

Nathan Doug Sean
$1,000 -$300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nathan Doug Sean
$1,200 $900 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
What a physicist calls velocity, we usually call this
    $200 10
A.E. Housman & Ezra Pound are well-versed in this form of literature
    $200 1
Former Baptist Elijah Muhammad headed this group from 1934 to 1975
    $200 3
His 2 pet beagles, which he liked to pick up by the ears, were named "Him" & "Her"
    $200 19
Orchestral drum that can be tuned to specific notes
    $200 6
In 1937, Groucho & his brothers spent "a day" here on film
    $400 11
Process by which steam changes back into water
    $400 14
The 1st name of author Lewis, but the last name of author Upton
    $400 2
They expected the end of the world & Christ's second advent in 1844
    DD: $900 4
Almost all U.S. presidents have worn these but most removed them when in public
    $400 25
"He talks only German, but he smiles in all languages", said a N.Y. newspaper about this "waltz king"
    $400 7
One of Groucho's greatest thrills was to play Ko-ko, the lord high executioner in this operetta
    $600 16
An atom that has a charge due to a gain or loss of electrons is known as this
    $600 15
According to this author, "You Can't Go Home Again"
    $600 20
America's oldest synagogue is in this New England state
    $600 9
Harry Truman had political reasons for staying off this ride at Disneyland
    $600 26
Melancholy Russian many think committed suicide by drinking contaminated water
    $600 8
One of his most famous roles was of this African explorer in "Animal Crackers"
    DD: $1,000 17
Until the 1700s, astronomers were aware of only this many planets
    $800 23
There is actually a character named James Stewart in this author's "David Balfour"
    $800 21
The Baha'i religion is being severely persecuted in this Mideast country where it was founded
    $800 12
While playing football for West Point, he seriously injured himself trying to tackle Jim Thorpe
    $800 28
The part of a concerto called a cadenza features this number of instruments
    $800 24
From 1947-1961, he introduced him as "the one, the only, Groucho!"
    $1000 18
His principle of buoyancy explains why your rubber ducky floats while you're taking a bath
    $1000 22
For 15 years, Hungarian cardinal Mindszenty lived in this building in Budapest
    $1000 13
19th c. president who described his marriage as "neither heaven nor hell, simply purgatory"
    $1000 29
"Coppelia", "Gayne" & "Push Comes to Shove" are examples
    $1000 27
"She has eyes that men adore so, & a torso even more so..."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nathan Doug Sean
$3,900 $2,300 $2,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Two of the three states to join the Union in the first half of the 20th century

Final scores:

Nathan Doug Sean
$4,900 $4,500 $400
4-day champion: $31,200 2nd place: Pinseeker golf clubs + Serengeti Drivers sunglasses 3rd place: Team KangaROOS fashion ensemble

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Nathan Doug Sean
$4,300 $2,300 $2,400
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
5 W
15 R,
8 W

Combined Coryat: $9,000

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Game tape date: 1985-01-24
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