Show #297 - Tuesday, October 29, 1985

Mark Leinwand game 4.

Contestants

Tory Metzger, a script reader originally from Raleigh, North Carolina

Stan Siegel, a design engineer originally from Brooklyn, New York

Mark Leinwand, an attorney and a businessman from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,700)

Jeopardy! Round

FURNITURE
INITIALS
THE BIBLE
FAMOUS NAMES
SPORT OF KINGS
ALL "THUMB"s
    $100 15
A rabbit residence, or a cupboard placed on top of a buffet
    $100 6
The S.P.C.A.
    $100 21
Jesus catered a dinner for thousands with 7 loaves of bread & a few of these
    $100 3
It was Ned Buntline's dime novels that made this Indian scout & wild west showman legendary
    $100 12
Nicknamed "The Shoe", he holds the record for single season wins
    $100 1
This signal from a Roman emperor meant "addio!" for a fallen gladiator
    $200 17
In phony antiques, these "parasite" flaws are made with buckshot or a fine dental drill
    $200 7
Initials w.c. on a British lavatory stand for this
    $200 22
Both Joseph in the Old Testament & Jesus in the New were "sold" for this substance
    $200 4
The violins made in Cremona today still follow the design he created in the 1600s
    $200 14
French for "mutual stake", wagering where all winning bettors share money pool minus % for costs
    $200 2
Plants are said to respond well to this
    DD: $400 18
Piece of furniture featured in this 1878 song: It was bought on the morn of the day that he was born And was always his treasure and pride But it stopped, short never to go again When the old man died
    $300 8
America's oldest civil rights organization, the N.A.A.C.P.
    $300 23
David was skilled at playing this instrument
    $300 5
Empress Sophie the Great didn't sound right so she changed her name to this in 1762
    $300 16
Only Eddie Arcaro & Bill Hartack have won this May race 5 times each
    $300 10
To hold influence over someone is to keep them here
    $400 19
Duncan Phyfe was a Scottish cabinetmaker known for his work in this country
    $400 9
In thermodynanics, a B.T.U.
    $400 24
Known as "The Lady with the Lamp"
    $400 25
Oldest race in the triple crown
    $400 11
This form of identification is a "blot" on your record
    $500 20
In 16th c. Europe, this thin wood sheeting was handcut to only 1⁄10 inch thick
    $500 27
The B.P.O.E.
    $500 26
Legend says the "plum" he took was land deeds hidden in pastry he carried to Henry VIII
    $500 28
In 1919-20, this 4-legged "Battleship" won 20 of 21 starts
    $500 13
Insulting oral gesture featured in 1st scene of "Romeo & Juliet"

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

Mark Stan Tory
$1,900 $500 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Stan Tory
$1,500 $100 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
ECONOMICS
MOVIE TITLE PAIRS
WORLD CAPITALS
WAR LIKE WORDS
SONG BIRDS
    $200 4
Author who wrote, "A whale ship was my Yale College & my Harvard"
    $200 2
Despite giveaways & mice, the government is still storing 768 million pounds of this food
    $200 7
Faye Dunaway & Warren Beatty
    $200 17
Multiplyin' by 2, or the capital of Ireland
    $200 1
Napoleon supposedly said an army marches on this
    $200 26
In a 1950 hit Frankie Laine's heart flies where this bird flies
    $400 5
He wrote an open letter to the French president which began "J'accuse"-- I accuse
    $400 3
Pres. Reagan's former budget director who called military retirement system "a scandal"
    $400 8
Dustin Hoffman & Meryl Streep
    DD: $500 18
1 of 2 North African countries whose names were taken from their capital cities
    $400 13
At Pearl Harbor Howell Forgy said, "Praise the Lord &" do this
    $400 27
Bird mentioned in opening line of "My Blue Heaven"
    $600 6
His "Uncle Remus" told of "a contrapshun what he call a tar-baby"
    $600 12
Number of times federal budget has been balanced in past 26 years
    $600 9
Paul LeMat & Jason Robards
    $600 19
Many parts of this Romanian capital were patterned after the design of Paris
    $600 14
"You furnish the pictures & I'll furnish the war", said this jingoistic newspaper publisher in 1898
    $800 21
Titles of his many books about different parts of the world began with the word "Inside"
    $800 16
Former Newsweek columnist, this Nobel-winning conservative has proposed a guaranteed income for all
    DD: $1,000 10
Fredric March & Fredric March or Spencer Tracy & Spencer Tracy
    $800 20
Kuala Lumpur is capital of the S.E. Asian country divided by 400 miles of South China Sea
    $800 15
After saying "England expects every man will do his duty" there, Lord Nelson was mortally wounded
    $1000 24
At the N.Y. customs house, Oscar Wilde asserted he had nothing to declare but this
    $1000 23
According to Gresham's Law, "Bad money" does this to "good money"
    $1000 11
Ann Reinking & Amy Irving
    $1000 25
Maputo is the capital of this country known until 1975 as Portuguese East Africa
    $1000 22
"I shall never surrender or retreat", said this commander of the Alamo
    $1000 28
Title of this sacred song a major hit for Roy Acuff, comes from Biblical book of Jeremiah

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Stan Tory
$10,000 $1,300 -$800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GOVERNMENT
The only elected official in the fed. gov't. with duties in both the executive & legislative branches

Final scores:

Mark Stan Tory
$12,000 $2,599 -$800
4-day champion: $43,700 2nd place: Panasonic VHS camera recorder & video cassettes 3rd place: Frigidaire electric range

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Stan Tory
$9,900 $1,300 $100
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
8 R,
3 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,300

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