Show #42 - Tuesday, November 6, 1984


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David Berson, an investment consultant originally from Chicago, Illinois

Nava Ben-Porat, an insurance agent from Malibu, California

George Zadorozny, a copyright lawyer from Tampa, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Hannibal & his Punic War pachyderms crossed these into Italy
    $100 26
A perfect score in bowling, or the length of a football field in feet
    $100 5
When this actor was a child he was nicknamed after his dog, "Duke"
    $100 12
Long before Vanity 6, their songs drive men wild
    $100 16
Where Fats Domino found his thrill
    $100 9
Churchill's symbol for "victory", the Romans' symbol for five
    $200 2
Disney made it the highest peak in Anaheim
    $200 25
Both pro football & baseball teams in St. Louis are named for this bird
    $200 21
So ugly, she not only turned men off, but turned them to stone
    $200 17
Jimmy crack corn & I don't care
    $200 10
Letter which "stops" your camera lens & your progress in school
    $300 6
Mountain where Iran, Russia & Turkey meet and Noah's Ark supposedly landed
    $300 11
Baseball's "earned run average" is a measure of prowess at this position
    $300 22
This winged horse is a constellation & formerly Mobil's symbol
    DD: $600 18
Originally a 1934 Rodgers & Hart classic, the Marcels added their unique style in this 1961 remake:

"Ba-bom-a-bom-bom / Ba-bom-a-bom-bom / Ba-bom-a-bom-bom / Ba-dang-a-dang-dang / Ba-ding-a-dong-ding"
    $300 13
Three vowels often heard by "Old MacDonald"
    $400 7
Starts with Sangre de Cristo in New Mexico, ends with Brooks Range in Alaska
    $400 4
Total number of minutes in pro basketball games
    $400 23
Tormenting birds with women's heads whose name means a shrewish woman
    $400 19
Thanks to Irving Berlin, Al Jolson found them smiling at him
    $400 14
What a small "C" enclosed in a circle means
    $500 8
Mt. Erebus, the world's most southerly known active volcano, is on this continent
    $500 3
He was coach of Chicago Bears for nearly 40 years
    $500 24
A hoofed & horned beast, or an oversexed male
    $500 20
"Blue On Blue" & "Blue Velvet" were 2 of this star's early hits
    $500 15
Followed by "th", this letter expresses the ultimate degree

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

George Nava David
$300 $0 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

George Nava David
$2,100 -$400 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Color of an albino rat
    $200 21
Last President who was a general
    $200 15
"Put them all together" & they're "a word that means the world to me"
    $200 8
His "fatherly" nickname
    $200 18
Where Martin Milner & George Maharis got their "kicks"
    $200 24
As "Indy" he races around the world, not a track
    $400 11
Cincinnati's site was covered by one in the Pleistocene age
    $400 5
Later an Israeli general, he lost left eye fighting for the British
    $400 9
Hemingway novel that became movie in which Bogie met Bacall
    $400 22
What makes a turnpike different from a freeway
    $400 25
She was a rebel in "Cat Ballou" & real life, too
    $600 13
The force of attraction between two masses
    $600 4
Pres. Reagan made this 4-star general Sec. of State in '81
    $600 10
The grand-daughter who tried her best in "Personal Best"
    $600 23
Direction in which odd-numbered Interstate highways generally run
    DD: $2,500 14
What you call an animal with no backbone, if you don't want to call it spineless
    $800 3
Wearing familiar beret, he received greater acclamation than the King in '46 London victory parade
    $800 19
George M. Cohan's Irishman spelled his name this way
    $800 12
Oak Park, Illinois, was the 1st, Ketchum, Idaho, the last
    $1000 16
1 of 3 elements in a fertilizer labeled 5-10-10
    $1000 2
From '64 to '68 he led our troops in Vietnam
    $1000 6
How we spell the art that makes Charlie McCarthy talk
    $1000 17
Wartime occupation he shared with his hero in "Farewell to Arms"
    $1000 20
It runs from the Mexican border to southern Chile
    $1000 1
He starred in the Western version of the Japanese classic "Yojimbo"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

George Nava David
$6,400 -$1,000 $6,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Mark Antony's journey to Cleopatra's Nile began on this river

Final scores:

George Nava David
$12,800 -$1,000 $200
2-day champion: $23,800 3rd place: Kirsch catalog gift certificate 2nd place: Speed Queen washer & Dryer + Helix stereo system

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

George Nava David
$4,400 -$1,000 $6,700
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
9 W
1 R,
2 W
18 R,
7 W

Combined Coryat: $10,100

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Game tape date: 1984-09-04
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