Show #324 - Thursday, December 5, 1985

Jared Eisenstat game 4.


Ed Cundiff, a teacher originally from Long Beach, California

Susan Mayer, an office manager from Reseda, California

Jared Eisenstat, a law student from Hicksville, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $20,699)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
It's often called Earth's twin
    $100 8
It's who spokesman
Larry Speakes speaks for
    $100 16
The largest one is in Hawaii, not Holland
    $100 26
100 years ago, Madeira wine was used as ballast in these
    $100 1
Follows Righteous, Doobie, & Everly
    $100 19
In U.S. prisons, about 2000 volts does it
    $200 7
Averaging 30 miles a second on its orbit, it's a very fast planet
    $200 12
Chapter on St. Vitus' dance has been dropped from 40th anniv. edition of his "Baby & Child Care"
    $200 17
This knot usually is wider than the 4-in-hand
    $200 27
When Jumbo the Elephant was crossing the ocean to join P.T. Barnum, he was soothed with this brew
    $200 2
Peter & Gordon's hit, "World Without Love", was written by this Beatle pair
    $200 20
Their "Book of the Dead" had hints for passing the tests of Osiris, god of the underworld
    $300 9
In a 1964 Christmas film, Pia Zadora played Girmar, a kid from this planet
    $300 13
His cocaine bust in London put Mike Hammer in the slammer
    $300 18
The tractor to convey Saturn rockets at Cape Canaveral has largest set of these squeegees
    $300 28
From German for "squirt", this drink is white wine & a squirt of seltzer
    $300 3
This Bill Haley classic has sold over 20 million singles
    $300 21
Appropriate personification of death that came to take Cyrus McCormick in 1884
    $400 10
Only for a 20-year period every 248 years is this planet closer to the Sun than Neptune
    $400 14
He's managed Minnesota, Detroit, Texas, N.Y., N.Y., Oakland, N.Y. & N.Y. in that order
    $400 24
President Carter proposed that oil companies would have to pay taxes on these
    $400 29
In France, a big "brut" is usually this, not Mark Gastineau
    $400 4
Robb Royer,
James Griffin, &
David Gates
made a lot of "dough" as this 1970's group
    $400 22
Well-named newspaper office where reporters would find file information for an obituary
    DD: $300 11
Planet traveled to in film whose theme was the following:

[Also sprach Zarathustra plays]
    $500 15
2 Senators,
William Cohen & this former presidential candidate, have teamed to write a spy thriller
    $500 25
The British call them windcheaters
    $500 5
She liked to spend "Midnight At The Oasis"
    $500 23
The death of this pair was just the beginning of their life with Topper

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

Jared Susan Ed
$600 $1,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jared Susan Ed
$2,100 $2,500 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE '70s
    $200 11
Oregon product named for Tillamook Indians
    $200 9
Full name of Patty Hearst's kidnappers, the S.L.A.
    $200 4
In this film, Anthony Perkins asserts, "A boy's best friend is his mother"
    $200 18
Pair of national offices indirectly elected by voters
    $200 26
Equaling 1/10 of body weight, this fluid is 78% water & 22% solid
    $200 1
Plural of "mongoose"
    $400 12
By winning a coin toss in 1845, F. Pettygrove got this city named after his hometown in Maine
    $400 10
The Tasadays, a tribe unchanged since this age of man, were discovered living in the Philippines
    $400 5
Streisand's "Funny Girl" who said she was "a bagel on a plate of onion rolls"
    $400 19
Until 1862, the Department of Agriculture was part of this "inventive" government office
    $400 27
The 4 types of it are bristle, long scalp, downy, & sexual
    $400 2
It's done in all states except Arizona & Hawaii on the last Sunday in April
    $600 15
Paul Bunyan supposedly created it by shoveling blue snow into an old volcano
    $600 23
Completed in 1977, it runs from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez
    $600 6
"Midnight Cowboy" who "ain't a real cowboy, but I am one helluva stud"
    $600 20
The F.B.I. is under the jurisdiction of this department
    $600 3
As of June 1985 Mike Wittkowski, an Illinois printer, held this record at $40 million
    $800 16
Highest mountain in Oregon, it's named for a British admiral, not a gangster
    $800 24
When the Cleveland Indians named him chief in 1974, he became 1st Black Major League manager
    $800 7
Carries the Bette Davis warning: "Fasten your seat belts; it's going to be a bumpy night"
    DD: $600 21
Executive dept. in charge of the Bureau of the Census & U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration
    $800 13
Comedian Jack Benny's response when a robber demanded "Your money or your life"
    $1000 17
Said to be the richest man of his day, in 1811 he founded 1st permanent settlement in Oregon
    $1000 25
In 1975 Agatha Christie killed off the hero in this final, appropriately titled, Hercule Poirot novel
    DD: $500 8
In "How to Marry a Millionaire" she said,"That old guy in 'The African Queen', I'm crazy about him"
    $1000 22
Number of articles in the body of the Constitution
    $1000 14
Priscilla, who saved an 11-year-old Texas boy from drowning & got an award for valor, is this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jared Susan Ed
$7,200 $4,500 $3,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Smallest U.S. denomination, it appears on no coins, just trading stamps, & tax notices

Final scores:

Jared Susan Ed
$5,399 $5,000 $0
4-day champion: $26,098 2nd place: trip on Eastern to Stanfordville, New York & stay at Roseland Ranch 3rd place: Spring Crest draperies

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jared Susan Ed
$8,200 $4,500 $3,100
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
0 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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Game tape date: 1985-08-14
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