Show #180 - Friday, May 17, 1985


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Sandra Gorsky, a nightclub singer from Houston, Texas

Larry Carden, a real estate investor from Garden Grove, California

Bob Strong, a student from Arlington, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Second in command to the captain
    $100 14
If Washington had left a tooth under his pillow, she might have left a wooden nickel
    $100 3
This Jeannie C. Riley hit sold 6 million records
    $100 7
It makes M.A.D.D. members mad
    $100 23
Fortunately, God must have had a 2nd copy of these lying around because Moses smashed the first
    $100 8
Precedes ray, rated, & marks the spot
    $200 2
From Old English for "steering oar" & "ship's side", it's the right side of the ship
    $200 15
Another name for a fairy, or a Coca-Cola product with "Lymon"
    $200 11
Expelled from a Bible school at age 15, this country-rock star is known as "The Killer"
    $200 10
St. Paul wrote to Timothy: "Drink no longer water but use a little" of this "for thy stomach's sake"
    $200 9
A piece of paper signed to represent a debt
    DD: $500 4
Ship in the following:

"...he got drunk /
And broke in the Captain’s trunk /
The constable had to come and take him away..."
    $300 19
It was she, not the prince, who really gave Cinderella the night to remember
    $300 12
A Rhodes scholarship paid "For the Good Times" he had at Oxford
    $300 20
A tall cocktail of rum, liqueur & fruit juice, or a walking corpse
    $300 16
1930 Peter Lorre film directed by Fritz Lang
    $400 5
Though the Confederates had the "Hunley", the "Holland", launched in 1898, was the 1st of this type in U.S. Navy
    $400 25
Wish the Blue Fairy granted Geppetto
    $400 13
Though he's the son of Hank Snow, "The Singing Ranger", he's named after "The Singing Brakeman"
    $400 21
Eastern European country in which Tokay wine originated
    $400 17
The 15th & 16th letters, or a Mayberry youth
    $500 6
Spain's "Invincible Armada" was made up of these vincible treasure ships
    $500 24
According to Johnny Horton, "When it's springtime in Alaska" it's this temperature
    $500 22
Nickname of British admiral Vernon who watered down sailors' liquor rations
    $500 18
The only letter not present in the spellings of any of the fifty states

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

Bob Larry Sandra
$1,600 $200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Larry Sandra
$1,400 $600 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
In 622, he was driven out of Mecca & fled to Medina
    $200 8
Actor who turned down '73 Oscar to protest treatment of Indians
    $200 10
Captain Ahab died harpooning him
    $200 20
Milan is noted for this thick vegetable soup
    $200 1
His first phone call went "Mr. Watson, come here; I want you!"
    $400 4
John Milton was member of Puritan govt. which ruled England under leadership of this man
    $400 12
19th C. Plains Ind. Ghost Dance religion promised disappearance of Whites & return of these animals
    $400 11
Elwood P. Dowd's bosom bunny
    $400 25
In 1937 NBC formed a symphony orchestra for this great Italian conductor to direct
    $400 2
In 1971, she became 1st woman tennis player to earn $100,000 in one year
    DD: $1,000 5
Country besides Israel that was part of Britain's Palestine mandate
    $600 14
Their name is said to derive from rubbing their moccasins in ashes
    $600 13
Mark Twain's foreman from Bridgeport, played on screen by Will Rogers & Bing Crosby
    $600 22
These radical terrorists oppose all political parties, even the Communists
    $600 9
He starred as Starsky
    $800 6
Nickname of Prince Henry of Portugal who sponsored over 50 exploratory voyages but didn't go on any
    $800 15
State whose name comes from 2 Choctaw words meaning "red people"
    DD: $1,000 16
He ran away from home the day he was born because he heard his parents talking about his future as a man
    $800 23
Artisans of the Venetian islands of Murano are famed for working with this substance
    $800 18
To the Samoans, who called him "Tusitala", or teller of tales, he was a real "Island Treasure"
    $1000 7
To start a new industry, 6th c. missionaries smuggled mulberry seeds & these eggs out of China
    $1000 19
When the pilgrims got to America, they met this English-speaking Indian who had lived in England
    $1000 17
The twins Louis & Lucien de Franchi were the title characters of this Dumas tale
    $1000 24
40% of Italy's people live in this river valley
    $1000 21
Desperate to get this animal trainer, "Ringling" bought entire German circus for $2 million

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Larry Sandra
$1,000 -$200 $700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1553, she became 1st woman to be crowned Queen of England

Final scores:

Bob Larry Sandra
$500 -$200 $700
2nd place: Vitamaster exercise station + Skyway luggage 3rd place: Panasonic car radio New champion: $700

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob Larry Sandra
$1,800 $800 $700
18 R
(including 1 DD),
11 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $3,300

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Game tape date: 1985-01-22
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