Show #314 - Thursday, November 21, 1985

1985 Tournament of Champions final game 1.


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Jerry Frankel, a musician and a composer originally from Buffalo, New York

Bruce Fauman, a university administrator and professor from Vancouver, British Columbia

Steve Rogitz, a letter carrier from Gardena, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
It keeps your neck warm in the winter, or your engine quiet all year
    $100 26
Where you are when you "open the door & see all the people"
    $100 2
It's said this SW. feast comes from French "from snout to tail," the way meat is put on a spit
    $100 3
In genetics, it's what passing of characteristics from Mom & Dad to Junior is called
    $100 12
Letter referring to string originally used to hold up Indians' loincloths
    $100 1
He recorded "Mack The Knife" under this name he picked out of a phone book
    $200 22
The frame of the car without the out shell, some are classy
    $200 27
In England, "the merriest month in all the year"
    $200 5
Though known for pickles and "slow" ketchup, this company's 1st product was horseradish
    $200 4
When sexually aroused, the carpenter species of this insect will chase jet liners
    $200 14
How Mr. Rogers' sweaters "suit him"
    $200 13
A drummer, she & brother Richard were best known as vocalists
    $300 23
In newer cars it has generally replaced the generator for keeping the battery charged
    $300 28
Colchester, England was named for this legendary Celtic king immortalized in rhyme
    $300 6
Since overeating was a status symbol, early rulers of what's now this state often weighed over 400 lbs.
    $300 9
The period of time between egg laying & hatching is called this
    $300 15
Links "the wisp" & will", or McDonald's "fish" & "filet"
    DD: $500 16
Singer of this song, he spent 9 years in a coma before dying
    $400 24
You might throw a fit if you "throw" this part joining the crankshaft & piston
    $400 29
"Rub a dub dub", these 3 went to sea in a tub
    $400 7
In 1879, Chase & Sanborn became 1st U.S. company to pack this in sealed cans
    $400 10
In an apple, it's the "inside" name for the pericarp
    $400 19
Strung together for snoring sleepers
    $400 17
Needing time to do laundry on tour, this early rock giant chartered a fatal flight
    $500 25
Used to open & close points & valves, they come in single or double overhead, if you're cool
    $500 30
After turning around, what "Teddy bear, teddy bear" does
    $500 8
Due to contamination of crops from N.W. states, growers of this small fruit had a bad Nov. in 1959
    $500 11
Found even in dinosaurs, this world's oldest known disease is still considered incurable
    $500 20
When doubled, this letter can be shot from a gun
    $500 18
He had 4 Top 40 hits before & 4 after his death at 30 on Sept. 20, 1973

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

Steve Bruce Jerry
-$300 $1,600 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Bruce Jerry
$2,900 $2,500 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
The U.N. basically copied the structure of this, its forerunner
    $200 6
Before the 17th century, the word theater referred only to this
    $200 10
National British newspaper that was formerly published in Manchester
    $200 1
This young religion was becoming so popular, a school teaching it was estab. in Alexandria
    $200 12
To visit the largest lake in all of Britain, you have to go to this lake's "bonnie, bonnie banks"
    $200 23
Deuteronomy 24 provides a no fault legal procedure for this, but only for men
    $400 4
The hub of the U.N., it's been called the "Town Meeting of the World"
    $400 7
In 15th century, Italian scholars saw commedia Erudita, nobles saw commedia intermezzi, & commoners, this
    $400 11
In 1844, "The Cherokee Advocate" became the 1st paper ever published in what's now this state
    $400 2
By 193, Rome had sunk so low, Juliannus bought this at public auction, but never reigned on it
    $400 16
If a Muslim calls himself "Haji", it means he's visited there
    $400 24
Word used over 25 times in Genesis 11, it's the Biblically polite way of saying "fathered"
    $600 5
Currently, it's Javier Perez de Cuellar of Peru
    $600 8
Greek for "cleansing", Aristotle used it to mean the purging of emotions in an audience
    DD: $1,500 13
What N.Y. World-Telegram & Sun, St. Louis Globe-Democrat & Wash. Star currently have in common
    $600 19
This civilization's pyramids & hieroglyphic writing were making their initial appearance
    $600 17
Main attraction of New Orleans' Preservation Hall
    DD: $900 25
The 5 permanent members of the Security Council
    $800 9
In Paris, this musical was called "Brilliantine" & in Mexico City, "Vaselina"
    $800 14
Despite its name, this large Midwest city's "Free Press" costs 20 cents, 75 cents on Sundays
    $800 20
"Handy Tables", "Harmonica", & "The Almagest" are among this astronomers surviving works
    $800 18
In 1983 & 84, this country got more tourists from around the world than any other in Europe
    $1000 26
In 1963, the U.N. declared this area should benefit mankind & no nation could claim it
    $1000 22
In 1700, his "The Way of the World" was so poorly received, he wrote no more plays
    $1000 15
The Rutland Herald, begun in 1794, is still publishing in this state
    $1000 21
Since the publication of Alex Haley's "Roots", tourism has increased to this African country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Bruce Jerry
$3,000 $2,800 $3,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

This president appointed more Supreme Court justices than any other

Final scores:

Steve Bruce Jerry
$4,500 $4,300 $6,100

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Bruce Jerry
$2,700 $4,300 $3,600
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $10,600

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Game tape date: 1985-10-29
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