Show #276 - Monday, September 30, 1985

Chuck Forrest game 1.


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Hilary Hill, a homemaker originally from Roselle, New Jersey

Chuck Forrest, a student from Grand Blanc, Michigan

Dane Garrett, a lawyer from Collinsville, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $17,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
Ape found on Sumatra, Borneo, & in "Every Which Way But Loose"
    $100 9
Sponge cake baked in the form of a female digit
    $100 11
The 1st line of the chorus of the "Beer Barrel Polka"
    $100 1
Artificial grass named for the site of its 1st installation
    $100 2
Half a city, it's capital of East Germany
    $100 26
From Greek "krokos", meaning saffron which this flower produces
    $200 16
Old world monkeys are both arboreal & ground-dwelling, but all new world monkeys are this type
    $200 10
Towering snack named for comic strip character whose nocturnal noshes cleaned out the fridge
    $200 13
How love was for Ashford & Simpson in 1985
    $200 6
N.Y. stadium that now seats 13000 fewer people than it did 15 years ago
    $200 3
The only national capital to begin with a "Q" is this, Ecuador's
    $200 27
From Turkish for "turban", these flowers were 1st grown in Turkey, not Holland
    $300 17
Primate Desmond Morris called "the naked ape"
    $300 21
From German for "little cake", the Lorraine style includes cheese & bacon bits
    $300 14
Chuck Berry's way of saying "Step aside, Ludwig"
    $300 12
Three Rivers Stadium is located where 3 rivers meet in this city
    $300 4
While Paris is on the Seine, this Belgian capital is on the Senne
    $300 28
From Latin "nasus tortium" meaning twisted nose, due to this plant's pungent qualities
    $400 18
At 3 times proportional size of any other primate the tarsier has a colossal pair of these
    $400 22
From French for "small pan" it's a traditional Spanish dish made of seafood & saffron flavored rice
    $400 15
To do this in '55, you had to "put your glad rags on"
    $400 23
Sellouts have been the rule for years at this, the Washington Redskins' home stadium
    $400 5
In 1979 Soviet troops began occupying this Afghan capital
    DD: $500 19
Primate "preacher" who marries the following:

"'Aba daba daba daba daba daba daba' said the monkey to the chimp."
    $500 25
The Indonesian smorgasbord, "Rijsttafel", means this
    $500 20
1 of 2 Paul Simon hits that fit this category
    $500 24
World's largest indoor stadium is the domed one in this city
    $500 7
Harare, capital of Zimbabwe, was called this when the country was Rhodesia

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Dane Chuck Hilary
$500 $1,100 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dane Chuck Hilary
$500 $4,500 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Cheek color of Whittier's "Barefoot Boy"
    $200 15
Bela Lugosi was reportedly buried in the cape he wore for this role
    $200 13
In 1806, brine well drillers in Virginia were mad when this came up with the salt water
    $200 9
Block Bros. of Wheeling made "Mail Pouch" a popular brand of this
    $200 1
Actress whose exercise plan is called "The Body Principal"
    $200 4
The French call it "A.C.", the Italians "D.C.", a 12-hour NBC miniseries called it this
    $400 19
"The Crucible", his 1953 play about Salem witchcraft trials drew a parallel to McCarthyism
    $400 16
In it, Rick tells Ilsa, "I remember every detail; the Germans wore gray; you wore blue"
    $400 14
Produced from peat under pressure, Loretta Lynn's dad knows all about it
    $400 10
Now a retired brig. gen., this West Virginian was 1st to fly faster than speed of sound
    $400 2
"Yippie" leader who wrote a book called "Steal This Book"
    $400 5
Nero sent an expedition out about 60 A.D. to find the source of this great river
    $600 21
His lovesick narrator begins, "Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins"
    $600 23
Maurice Chevalier's contract with Paramount would have been invalid if he'd lost this
    $600 25
From 1965-80, Testor Corp. made over 2,435,000 gliders powered by this office supply
    DD: $1,500 12
Not until 1939 did West Virginia pay off its 68-year-old financial debt to this state
    $600 3
Now a real estate developer, this actor opened up territory as "Daniel Boone"
    $600 6
Roman slave famous for broaching a "thorny" subject with a lion
    $800 22
Though born in Manassa, Colorado, this fighter grew up in Logan, W.V.
    DD: $2,000 7
Along with Argos & Thebes, they made up the 4 earliest city-states of ancient Greece
    $1000 20
Melville title sailor who personifies innocence
    $1000 17
Since his 1st lead in 1930s "The Big Trail", he starred in more films than any other actor
    $1000 18
Mirrors & photovoltaic cells are among the devices used to collect this
    $1000 24
In March, 1985, Michael Lewis, intending to fly to Oakland, Cal. inadvertently ended up in this city
    $1000 8
Mussolini's party name came from this bundle of rods bound to an ax, a symbol of ancient Rome

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dane Chuck Hilary
$1,900 $15,600 $3,700
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

President under whom the U.S. gave full recognition to Communist China

Final scores:

Dane Chuck Hilary
$0 $18,000 $0
3rd place: Academy Broadway gear & Halleyscope New champion: $18,000 2nd place: Admiral refrigerator

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dane Chuck Hilary
$1,900 $14,000 $3,700
7 R,
1 W
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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Game tape date: 1985-07-24
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