Show #328 - Wednesday, December 11, 1985


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Carolyn Kennedy, a writer originally from New York City

Rocky Schmidt, an attorney originally from Edmore, North Dakota

Sister Carol Cimino, a director of development from Rochester, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $9,899)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 20
Portions of this Chairman's "Quotations" have been set to music as lyric lessons
    $100 10
This comedienne's new name "flows" a lot better than her old one, Joan Sandra Molinsky
    $100 6
Ambidextrous is to both hands as "dexterous" single-handedly is to this
    $100 25
Charlton Heston's backfield position in 1969's "Number One"
    $100 9
At age 80, this American painter had her 1st solo show
    $100 1
Of red, yellow, & green, skin color of Baracoa variety of banana
    $200 21
This liner had all the luxuries except enough lifeboats on its 1912 maiden voyage
    $200 11
"Thank God" this "Country Boy" didn't keep the name Henry John Deutchendorf, Junior
    $200 7
A ball player who's not uptight batting either left or right
    $200 26
He made fear "Strike Out" in 1957, but 3 years later it got another at-bat in "Psycho"
    $200 13
In 1916, he did his 1st of 318 covers for the Saturday Evening Post
    $200 2
This reputed mafioso, who illegally came to America in 1924, was nicknamed "Joe Bananas"
    $300 22
On August 8, 1945, 2 days after Hiroshima was bombed, Russia declared war on this country
    $300 16
No longer James Bumgarner or James Rockford, but still James this
    $300 8
Of a water glass, wine glass, & butter plate, the one farthest right in the place setting
    $300 27
Film in which James Caan played a deadly game with skates, scooters, & a steel sphere
    $300 14
It is believed that more paintings by this 20th century Spanish master have been stolen than any other
    $300 3
Hitler banned this song whose title in German was "Ja, Wir Haben Keine Bananen Heute"
    $400 23
Fleeing Egypt after abdicating in 1952, he had to leave a stack of American comic books behind
    $400 17
Born Tadeus Wladyslaw Konopka, his news anchor character shared his new 1st name
    $400 12
In current American coinage, the only one bearing a president's right profile
    $400 28
In "Pride of the Yankees", he played Babe Ruth
    $400 15
Due to a 4th C. Biblical mistranslation, Michelangelo sculpted Moses with these on his head
    DD: $200 4
While a member of the Tarriers, Alan Arkin co-wrote this '57 hit:
    $500 24
In 1903, Zionist Congress rejected this European country's offer to set up Jewish state in Uganda
    $500 18
Having changed from Reginald Dwight, he's "Still Standing" by this name today
    $500 19
"You're not nearly as obnoxious today as you normally are", for example
    $500 30
In 1947, John Garfield got into this sport "Body and Soul"
    $500 29
Place of business featured in Edward Hopper's famous "Nighthawks"
    $500 5
Contemptuous political term for countries viewed as appendages of U.S. & the United Fruit Company

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

Sister Carol Rocky Carolyn
$1,700 $200 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sister Carol Rocky Carolyn
$3,000 $600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
In movie musical, blonde Betty Hutton played this brunette sharpshooter
    $200 23
In 331 B.C., he founded the port of Alexandria
    $200 9
University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, & Dartmouth are 3 of the 8 schools in this group
    $200 6
The 1st presidential mansion was located in this city
    $200 1
Pound counters whose "Quick Start Program Cookbook" rose quickly on the best-seller charts
    $200 14
Galileo invented the first practical one, using air instead of mercury
    $400 19
Cattlemen often complained cattle wouldn't feed on land that had been grazed by these
    DD: $400 24
City with Caribbean's largest harbor, it's on the largest Caribbean island
    $400 10
The guy who was Tony Curtis' "leading lady" in "Some Like It Hot"
    $400 7
Of Ford, Carter, or Reagan, the one to have a dam named after him
    $400 2
"The Class" that graduated with Erich Segal from this university in 1958 provided him with a "novel" subject
    $400 15
In Britain, timothy grass is usually the cause of this sneezing malady
    $600 20
His verdict: "I find this corpse guilty of carrying a concealed weapon & fine it $40"
    $600 25
It's name means "incense port" because it shipped incense during the Ming dynasty
    $600 11
For over 25 years, she's been teaching Marcia, Ira, & Arthur at the Kelly School in the comic strips
    $600 8
As 22nd & 24th president, he was only president to serve 2 non-consecutive terms
    $600 3
It landed on the best-seller lists again in 1984, 35 years after it was published
    $600 16
A doctor's identification of a medical problem
    $800 12
Octogenarian Florida congressman as spicy as his name
    $800 17
The only president to marry a woman born in another country was this son of another president
    $800 4
As author of "My Mother's Keeper", B.D. Hyman seems not to have kept this mother's secrets
    $800 21
Carbolic acid was used as this in surgery before being replaced by less caustic ones
    DD: $500 13
Agronomist-turned-film producer, he claims ancestor developed namesake green vegetable
    $1000 26
Potent potable connected with Wm. Henry Harrison's 1840 campaign
    $1000 5
Back again in John Gardner's "Role of Honor", he now stings with an "Asp", not a Walther PPK
    $1000 22
1st successful one was performed by Richard Lower in 1665 using quills and silver tubes for conveyance

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sister Carol Rocky Carolyn
$4,200 $3,600 $1,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Eleanor of Aquitaine was only woman ever to be married to kings of both these countries

Final scores:

Sister Carol Rocky Carolyn
$599 $3,700 $3,395
3rd place: Kelvinator refrigerator New champion: $3,700 2nd place: 7-day Bahamas resort vacation

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sister Carol Rocky Carolyn
$4,400 $3,600 $2,200
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
13 R,
3 W
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $10,200

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Game tape date: 1985-08-19
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