Show #315 - Friday, November 22, 1985

1985 Tournament of Champions final game 2.

Contestants

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Jerry Frankel, a musician and a composer originally from Buffalo, New York (subtotal of $6,100)

Bruce Fauman, a university administrator and professor from Vancouver, British Columbia (subtotal of $4,300)

Steve Rogitz, a letter carrier from Gardena, California (subtotal of $4,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL QUOTES
HANDICRAFTS
THE 1950's
THE HOSPITAL
O'HOLLYWOOD
WINE
    $100 13
Because he said "Ich bin ein Berliner", not "Ich bin Berliner", it could have meant "I am a doughnut"
    $100 26
Artisans in the Black Forest have been turning out these bird-brained time-pieces since 1730
    $100 1
Mickey Spillane's violently anti-Communist private eye
    $100 21
Although a general hospital for 250 years, it is commonly thought of as NYC's lunatic asylum
    $100 11
He played Archie Bunker
    $100 6
By French law, no drink may be sold as wine that is not exclusively made from these
    $200 14
"May none but honest & wise men ever rule under this roof", said this 1st occupant of the White House
    $200 27
"Home sweet home" done in needlework, or soap star Philece
    $200 7
In 1952, this plant substance was added to toothpaste, gum, soap, & many other things
    $200 22
A steam or gas autoclave is used for this process
    $200 12
In "My Favorite Year", his character admitted "I'm not an actor; I'm a movie star"
    $200 5
As far back as 1609, sacramental wine was made in what is now this state
    $300 15
"Presidents come & go, but the court goes on forever", this massive Chief Justice said knowingly
    $300 28
Master in this field, Akira Yoshizawa, said it took 30 years to get a paper cicada folded right
    $300 8
Howdy Doody host Bob Smith's real hometown
    DD: $300 23
A temporary Civil War hospital was only one ever in New Orleans with this famous title:
    $300 18
In "Singin' in the Rain", he knew how to "Make 'Em Laugh"
    $300 2
Before experiments of this 19th century scientist, fermentation was basically a mystery
    $400 16
In his farewell, he warned against the influence of "military-industrial complex"
    $400 29
Pliny the Elder wrote about & Da Vinci taught this art form now done by 4-year-olds
    $400 9
In 1952, 12-year-old Jimmy Boyd earned a fortune with this Christmas song hit
    $400 24
An oncologist would treat you if you had one of these
    $400 19
Not "Rosemary's Baby", but "Rosemary's" real-life mother
    $400 3
This term means that extra alcohol has been added, as to sherry, for example
    $500 17
When his wife woke him in 1893, fearing burglars in house, he said, "In the Senate maybe, not the House"
    $500 30
Paul Revere's day job
    $500 10
San Francisco police confiscated this beat poet's epic "Howl" when it first came out
    $500 25
In an emergency room, the triage nurse primarily decides this
    $500 20
At age 6, she asked the director, "Do you want the tears to run all the way, or shall I stop halfway down?"
    $500 4
In the U.S., wines using at least 51% of a certain grape are labeled this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Steve Bruce Jerry
$800 $1,300 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Bruce Jerry
$2,200 $3,500 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

INVENTIONS
RELIGIOUS HISTORY
U.S. CONSTITUTION
LOVE
STARTS WITH "U"
(Alex: And since we had WINE in the first round...)
WATER
    $200 16
To demonstrate his elevator's safety in 1852, he got in it & cut the cable
    $200 22
Up to a million had already fallen victim to this persecution from 1484 to 1692, when it hit Salem
    $200 3
Why Henry Kissinger & I cannot run for President
    $200 13
Upon reflection, this Greek mythological figure fell in love with himself
    $200 21
Tom, Scrooge & Vanya
    $200 1
Of gas, liquid & solid, the densest state of water
    $400 9
1st credited to Hans Lippershey in 1608, it was Galileo, in 1609, who first used it to look up
    $400 25
These 12th & 13th century religious wars spread the use of money & created a middle class
    $400 4
He presides over the Senate during the trial following the impeachment of a President
    $400 17
Since 1971 these authors of "Human Sexual Response" have been viewing it from a married perspective
    $400 23
According to Tom Jones, "It's Not" this
    $400 2
Not only the oldest, but also the most common method of turning sea water into fresh water
    $600 8
Thanks to his invention, we saw Mickey Rooney & Spencer Tracy play him in the movies
    $600 26
During the 14th century "Babylonian Captivity", this French city was seat of the papacy
    DD: $1,600 5
Under Art. 1, Sec. 6, 1 of 2 places mentioned were a person can slander another with legal immunity
    $600 18
1955 Jennifer Jones-William Holden film whose title song became #1 for the 4 Aces
    $600 24
1 of 8 Popes who might be up for renewal
    $600 7
A sewing needle will float on the surface of water because of this property
    $800 10
The 1st of these with flippers were 1947's "Bermuda" & "Humpty Dumpty"
    $800 27
Pupil of John Calvin, this John united protestants in Scotland
    $800 6
The only amendment to be ratified by state conventions rather than by legislatures
    $800 19
Psychoanalyst Erich Fromm defined love as "giving" in this popular 1956 work
    $800 29
From old French "non" & "per" meaning "not equal", a person who decides when things are not equal
    $800 12
Some cities add lime to their water, not to flavor it, but to prevent this type of decay
    $1000 11
Only type of invention for which the U.S. Patent Office still insists on seeing a working model
    $1000 28
Julius Caesar devoted 3 chapters of his "Commentaries" to this religion of the "Ancient Briton"
    $1000 15
Needing only the approval of the Senate, these, along with the Constitution, are the supreme laws of the land
    $1000 20
28 times in the King James New Testament the greek word "agape", meaning love, is trans-
lated as this
    $1000 14
Though industry uses more water than any other material, it uses most of it for this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Bruce Jerry
$5,200 $7,100 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE AMERICAS
Westernmost national capital in the Americas

Final scores:

Steve Bruce Jerry
$600 $5,099 $12,401

Cumulative scores:

Steve Bruce Jerry
$5,100 $9,399 $18,501
2nd runner-up: $5,100 1st runner-up: $9,399 Tournament champion: $100,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Bruce Jerry
$4,200 $7,100 $7,000
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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