Show #160 - Friday, April 19, 1985


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Rick Sinclair, an attorney from Los Angeles, California

Bruce Rhodewalt, a musician from Los Angeles, California

Matthew Hubbard, a computer game designer from Palo Alto, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $25,550)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 20
You never saw FDR smoking a cigarette without one of these
    $100 9
Word which follows union, black & flap & precedes hammer, frost & rabbit
    $100 6
Canada's basic money unit
    $100 1
To darken sky for crucifixion in "Barabbas", scene was filmed during this astronomical event
    $100 19
It was two pillars of the community of Gaza that killed this biblical strongman
    $100 15
Job "Rosie" had in WWII
    $200 21
In Berlin, in May, this was done to works of Freud, Einstein and Thomas Mann, among others
    $200 10
"Silent" anagrams to this, which you hang on a tree on a silent night
    $200 7
Every July, about 1 million tourists "stampede" this Alberta city
    $200 2
Walt Disney retired him from movies in '53, saying he was "too sweet tempered for modern tastes"
    $200 24
He was 600 years old when he became captain of the Bible's "Love Boat"
    $200 16
The person who puts the chocolate on the cherry or the wax on the candle
    $300 22
In the U.S., hoarders of this type of coinage were jailed & fined for refusing to surrender them
    $300 12
see here
    $300 8
The only walled city in North America, it's been called the Mecca of French Canadians
    $300 3
Not surprisingly, this author's works have been filmed more than any other
    $300 25
His brothers turned green with envy when Jacob gave Joseph this piece of wearing apparel
    $300 17
Before monks discovered photocopiers, they used these people to copy manuscripts
    $400 23
Judge Joseph Davis ruled her Chicago World's Fair fan-dancing act legal
    DD: $400 13
Three rhyming prefixes, all meaning half
    $400 11
By dropping word "shining" from last line of the song "America", you get this, Canada's national motto
    $400 4
To fit the song's needs in "Oklahoma!", special corn twice as high as this was grown
    $400 28
Instead of speaking to the rock to get water, Moses did this, & the Lord barred him from Canaan
    $400 18
Circus performer who bends over backwards for you & into pretzel-like shapes, too
    $500 27
Mae West told this British newcomer to "Come up & see me sometime" before "She Done Him Wrong"
    $500 14
A letter added to a kidnap victim's salvation produces this window above a door
    $500 29
Meaning "eaters of raw meat", these original Canadians today occupy only about 2% of Canada
    $500 5
So that Charlie Chaplin could eat his boot during "The Gold Rush", it was made of this
    $500 26
In "Ghostbusters", Weaver told Murray he didn't act like a scientist, but like one of these

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

Matt Bruce Rick
$1,900 $900 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Bruce Rick
$3,600 $1,700 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
In '84, Jesse Helms won costliest senate race in U.S. history in this state
    $200 6
With over 54 million fatalities, the bloodiest war in history
    $200 19
Kid's coasting race named for the crates the racers are often made of
    $200 8
Radiation used to sterilize food, strengthen plastics & turn Doctor Banner into the Hulk
    $200 1
This state's capital is named after prospector Joe Juneau
    $200 13
Birth & burial place of England's most famous playwright
    $400 21
This Ohio senator became known as "Mr. Republican", though it was his father who was president
    $400 7
Religious side with which Cardinal Richelieu allied France in 30 Years War
    $400 9
Force that sends your clothes to the washing machine's perimeter
    $400 2
"Pig's Eye" was 1st name of Minnesota capital until a church was built there, dedicated to him
    $400 14
Corporate creators of Fred Flintstone & Yogi Bear
    $600 23
Only 2 GOP presidents to serve 2 full terms, both West Point grads
    DD: $600 18
Himself wounded in Vietnam, he composed this ballad about the war:
    $600 10
Half the atoms in a radioactive substance decay in the time period called this
    $600 3
State capital that was originally called "Michigan"
    $600 15
"Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" star who says his hyphen comes from the gap between his teeth
    DD: $1,000 24
One of two distinctions held by Jeannette Rankin
    $800 11
What a physicist would call the base on which a teeter-totters or a see-saws
    $800 4
Only state capital named for a foreign statesman, it's North Dakota's
    $800 16
Contemporary French flutist who's recorded record number of classical albums
    $1000 22
While some astronauts have already become senators, this state's Sen. Garn will be 1st to turn astronaut
    $1000 12
In E equals MC2, the E is energy, the M, mass & the C is this squared
    $1000 5
There were no Revolutionary War battles fought at this New Hampshire capital
    $1000 17
Company that makes Drano, Windex, Ban, Clairol, Bufferin & Excedrin

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Bruce Rick
$4,200 $5,100 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Possessing the northernmost island in the world makes this kingdom the world's northernmost

Final scores:

Matt Bruce Rick
$0 $8,450 $3,700
3rd place: Vitamaster fitness system New champion: $8,450 2nd place: Broyhill sofa & Andis Company hair accessories

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matt Bruce Rick
$4,200 $5,100 $7,400
14 R,
0 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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Game tape date: 1984-12-19
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