Show #19 - Thursday, October 4, 1984

Elise Beraru game 4.

Contestants

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Peggy Hesketh, a writer from Anaheim, California

Perry Buck, a law clerk from Portland, Oregon

Elise Beraru, an insurance underwriter from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $36,050)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHY
BASEBALL
LEGENDS
GENERALS
TRIVIA
"CAN" IT
    $100 12
Much of this largest Louisiana city is below sea level
    $100 1
To celebrate winning the '83 World Series, the Baltimore Orioles popped 240 bottles of it
    $100 6
Gift giver named from the Dutch "Sinter Klaas"
    $100 14
Nickname of Harry Lillis Crosby
    $100 11
A dance dance from France France
    $200 13
The leading dairy products state
    $200 2
Johnny Vandeer Meer is the only man to have ever pitched 2 of them consecutively
    $200 7
John Chapman was the real name of this wandering fruit tree planter
    $200 15
Term 1st coined to describe combination of smoke & fog
    $200 16
Edgar's daughter who isn't a dummy
    $300 3
Brand of bats made in Kentucky; also describes Muhammad Ali
    $300 8
The man whom Miles Standish asked to have a chat with Priscilla
    $300 17
It was claimed of this product "a little dab'll do ya"
    $300 20
They'll eat your heart out
    $400 4
In '51 playoff he hit "the Shot Heard 'Round the World"
    $400 9
On July 4, 1776, he wrote his signature large so King George could read it without glasses
    $400 24
"Old Blood & Guts", he was tank commander in both World Wars
    $400 18
Originally term to describe shed built onto a building, it now means expensive unit on the roof
    $400 21
Terry Southern's little gumdrop
    $500 25
This state's coastline is 2nd in length to Alaska's
    $500 5
For years this Southerner was "the voice of the Yankees"
    $500 10
English explorer who made smoking fashionable, he smoked before his own execution in 1618
    $500 23
This Civil War general wrote "Ben-Hur"
    $500 19
Where Longfellow's arrow fell to earth
    $500 22
Poem part

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Elise Perry Peggy
$2,000 $0 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elise Perry Peggy
$3,300 $700 -$800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ENGLISH LITERATURE
INSECTS
POLITICAL QUOTES
HITCHCOCK
NAMESAKES
MEDICINE
    $200 13
If Orwell's tale were true, year Big Brother would be watching you
    $200 5
Film where nutty Norman Bates was a real cut-up
    $200 6
Stuffed toy named for Pres.Roosevelt
    $400 14
"Treasure Island"'s peg-legged pirate
    $400 4
Called ideal Hitchcock hero, he starred in "Notorious", "Suspicion" &"North by Northwest"
    $400 7
Thinned down perfume first made in this W. German city
    $600 17
Of Bacon & Lamb, the one who wrote "A Dissertation upon Roast Pig"
    $600 21
In the '80 campaign, he coined the term "voodoo economics"
    $600 3
Before playing "Perry", he was killer James Stewart saw through the "Rear Window"
    $600 10
From the Civil War general who believed they raised troops' morale, it's slang for prostitute
    $800 16
Shakespeare's first comedy, though it's said to be originally titled "The Historie of Error"
    $800 18
Acid-toungued V.P. who said "Some newspapers dispose of their garbage by printing it"
    $800 2
His first American movie with Fontaine & Olivier, in which title character never appears
    DD: $5,000 11
Wild West gambling game named for kings on old playing cards
    $800 20
British sailors were named "Limey" for the fruit they ate to ward off this disease
    $1000 15
Its sequels were "Men against the Sea" & "Pitcairn's Island"
    $1000 9
Balls of naphthalene are protection against them
    DD: $1,000 8
2-time pres. candidate who said, "Eggheads unite, you have nothing to lose but your yolks"
    $1000 1
This movie wasn't his best, but "Que Sera, Sera"
    $1000 12
An unrealistic optimist, from heroine of Eleanor Porter novel
    $1000 19
From Latin "to please", medicine given just to humor a patient

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elise Perry Peggy
$14,100 $3,700 -$200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CALENDAR
Number of leap years between 1985 & 2001

Final scores:

Elise Perry Peggy
$8,300 $5 -$200
4-day champion: $44,350 2nd place: his & hers watches and a telephone system 3rd place: electric typewriter

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Elise Perry Peggy
$9,900 $3,700 -$200
26 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
6 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $13,400

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