Show #168 - Wednesday, May 1, 1985

Ron Black game 2. Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.

Contestants

Patricia Belcher, a clinical social worker from Los Angeles, California

Tim Cassidy, a marketing student from San Francisco, California

Ron Black, an attorney from Raleigh, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,100)

Jeopardy! Round

ASTRONOMY
MOVIE MOTTOS
FOOTBALL
4-LETTER WORDS
GENERALS
FAMOUS PIGS
    $100 23
The Sun, plus all the celestial bodies revolving around it
    $100 6
"Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water", this movie came out
    $100 8
Pac-10 representative in the 1985 Rose Bowl
    $100 18
Follows "On", "Under", or "Ready, Aim"
    $100 7
Souped-up Dodge Charger on "The Dukes of Hazzard"
    $100 1
Kermit's hot hog
    $200 24
The only space satellite whose features could be observed prior to the invention of the telescope
    $200 14
RKO called it "The greatest film the world will ever see", a boast as big as their ape
    $200 11
Detroit's ferocious felines
    $200 19
A large lump or piece or Richard Gere
    $200 9
This generalissimo's son now rules Taiwan
    $200 2
A famous phrase of theirs was "Not by the hair of our chinny chin chin"
    $300 25
Bowl-shaped cavity left by a meteorite impact
    $300 21
Ads for 1945's "Adventure" announced he's "back & Garson's got him"
    $300 15
A quarterback with a rifle arm & a scattershot approach might use this formation
    $300 20
You can do it to a curfew or a ballerina
    $300 10
First names Arthur & Douglas, they're the only father & son to have won the Congressional Medals of Honor
    $300 3
Scientists believe that the babirusa pig might qualify for this Jewish clean food status
    $400 26
Moon's phase when the side facing the Earth is completely dark
    $400 22
"The year we make contact"
    $400 16
State where the Jets & Giants play their home games
    $400 12
Leader of the Free French forces in World War II
    DD: $600 4
The Ziffels of Hooterville's son
    $500 27
James Bond movie whose slogan & theme song were "Nobody Does It Better"
    $500 17
1963 Heisman Trophy winner for Navy who was a 10th round pick of Dallas in '65
    $500 13
Radio operator who worked 72 hours straight on the SS Titanic rescue effort, he later founded NBC
    $500 5
Heavyweight actor Chuck Mitchell played the owner of this raunchy bar destroyed in a 1982 film

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

Ron Tim Pat
$2,200 $500 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Tim Pat
$3,900 $1,700 -$700

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN HISTORY
ECONOMICS
INTERNATIONAL SINGERS
ART
U.S. STATES
PUNISHMENTS
    $200 3
Before the U.S., this European nation was mired down in Vietnam
    $200 2
In Poland, they say "Under capitalism, man exploits man, while under" this system, "it's vice versa"
    $200 19
In 1978 this Scot asked "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?"
    $200 7
In sculpture, a portrait of the head sometimes with neck and shoulders
    $200 1
"Pikes Peak or Bust" was slogan of 1858 gold rush in this state
    $200 16
In 19th century schools, dull or lazy pupils sometimes had to wear this on their head
    $400 4
Spain's name came from Hispania, what it was first called during their rule
    $400 12
Policy of many stores, "In God we trust, all others pay" this
    $400 22
Swedish group whose name is the first initial of the four members
    DD: $1,600 9
State in which this song takes place

"Oh beat the drum slowly and play the fife lowly / Play the Dead March as they carry me along"
    $400 17
If she wanted to be alone, Greta Garbo might have enjoyed this form of prison punishment
    DD: $1,700 5
While they all settled here at the same time, it wasn't called Jutland or Saxonland, but this
    $600 13
Marx said, "Each should work according to his ability and be paid according to" this
    $600 23
Unfortunately, he is no longer "Alive & Well & Living in Paris"
    $600 10
1 of 4 states that's officially a commonwealth
    $600 20
Asian torture that could be done to "Raindrops Keep Falling On My..." forehead
    $800 6
To the Mexicans' displeasure, Napoleon III put this Archduke of Austria on their throne
    $800 14
Scottish economist famed for "The Wealth of Nations" & laissez-faire viewpoint
    $800 24
British-Australian group whose career has been "Stayin' Alive" for 17 years
    $800 11
The Republican Party traces its origins to an 1854 meeting at Ripon in this state
    $800 21
Poe narrator's punishment for believing Montresor really wants to show him a cask of Amontillado
    $1000 8
Now part of Yugoslavia, Austria-Hungary declared war on it in 1914
    $1000 18
The nation's money supply is controlled by the Federal Reserve, headed by him
    $1000 15
Nicknamed "The Treasure State", the motto of this 4th-largest in area is "Gold & Silver"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Tim Pat
$11,400 $5,700 $100
(lock-tie game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NAMES IN THE NEWS
This U.S. President made the cover of "TIME" Magazine 64 times, almost twice as much as anyone else

Final scores:

Ron Tim Pat
$11,400 $0 $50
2-day champion: $14,500 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ron Tim Pat
$8,900 $5,700 $100
34 R
(including 3 DDs),
9 W
11 R,
0 W
4 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $14,700

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Game tape date: 1985-01-09
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