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    $500 7
The Gulf of Aqaba separates these 2 Mid-East peninsulas
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Show #81 - Monday, December 31, 1984

Liz Caccese game 1.

Contestants

Mike Pick, an auditor from Arcadia, California

Liz Caccese, a steam plant control operator originally from Chicago, Illinois

Phil Wilson, a word processor from Anaheim, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $7,795)

Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
FOOD
P'S & Q'S
1965
GAMES
MUSIC
    $100 3
Capital of Sri Lanka, it sounds like Peter Falk's been there
    $100 20
It turns chili into "chili con carne"
    $100 12
Goldilocks' gruel
    $100 14
Astronaut Edward White was the 1st American to do this
    $100 1
It's normal chess move is one square in any direction
    $100 8
Name shared by brothers of Liberace & Ira Gershwin
    $200 4
Continent Greenland is considered part of
    $200 21
The "breadwinner" is also said to bring this home
    $200 13
A TV program such as this one
    $200 23
Only 32 senators & 17 governors were members of this political group in '65
    $200 2
Mythical creature that serves as 1 type of honors tiles in Mah Jongg
    $200 15
Northern song that became Confederacy favorite "away down south"
    $300 5
As Cape Horn is to South America, this is to Africa
    $300 22
Found on some stoves & some beer drinkers
    $300 24
Carroll Baker & Carol Lynley played this '30s star in 2 movies with the same title
    DD: $500 9
Card game played in this Carpenters hit:

There was a man, a lonely man...
    $300 16
Contrary to title, Tchaikovsky composed it in 1880
    $400 6
Closest foreign country to Fairbanks, Alaska
    $400 10
7 or 11 in craps, or Robert Redford in recent movie
    $400 17
In 1978 this Irish flutist had a hit in England with "Annie's Song"
    $500 7
The Gulf of Aqaba separates these 2 Mid-East peninsulas
    $500 19
Strategic punt on 1st, 2nd, or 3rd down
    $500 11
Number of cards in a bridge trick
    $500 18
This light classical favorite buzzed out of Rimsky-Korsakov's "Tale Of Tzar Saltan"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Phil Liz Mike
$700 -$500 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Liz Mike
$1,300 $500 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARCHAEOLOGY
SLEEP
MOVIES
NUCLEAR PHYSICS
ART
FIRST LINES
    $200 18
An archaeological excavation, or most common activity there
    $200 12
The inability to sleep
    $200 3
Rubbery stuff that made "The Absent-Minded Professor's" Model T fly
    $200 13
Jimmy Carter served as naval engineering officer on one of these
    $200 1
13 ate at this event depicted by Leonard Da Vinci
    $200 11
The 2 things created in the 1st line of the King James Bible
    $400 19
In D.C., exhibit of this king's "Treasures" drew 835,000, more than city's population
    $400 4
Helen Salter is playing this role, a cousin to one played by Christopher Reeve
    $400 21
Simple formula used to determine how much energy a chain reaction would release
    $400 2
What the man holds in Grant Wood's "American Gothic"
    $400 14
"You don't know about me without you have read...The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"
    $600 25
Archaeologist Schliemann excavated ruins of ancient Troy in this country
    $600 5
Controversial Coppola film about a '20s Harlem nightspot
    $600 23
Purpose of the Manhattan Project was to make this
    $600 8
Movie of Toulouse-Lautrec's life named for where he spent part of it
    $600 15
1st word in this Orson Welles movie is also the title character's last
    DD: $1,000 6
Two Alfred Hitchcock films which begin with the letters "Sab-"
    $800 24
Reactor type where more fissionable material is created than consumed
    $800 9
Goya painted her "Clothed" & "Naked"
    $800 16
"It was love at first sight" between Yossarian & his chaplain in this novel
    $1000 20
These Inca ruins near Cusco, Peru weren't discovered until 1911
    $1000 26
Father of Morpheus, he was the Greek god of sleep
    $1000 7
It was the "Next Stop" for Paul Mazursky
    $1000 22
Deuterium is the "heavy" isotope of this element
    $1000 10
Court painted for Henry VIII who painted him & several of his wives
    $1000 17
It is "the cruelest month" in T.S. Eliot's "The Waste Land"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Liz Mike
$2,100 $5,900 $4,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS
Only 2 cities with both a National & American League baseball team

Final scores:

Phil Liz Mike
$4,100 $10,900 $8,900
3rd place: unknown New champion: $10,900 2nd place: unknown

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Phil Liz Mike
$1,900 $6,900 $4,500
9 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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