Show #139 - Thursday, March 21, 1985


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Julie Stewart, a newspaper society columnist from San Marino, California

Eric House, a technical writer originally from Miami, Florida

Steve Grant, a sales consultant originally from Newton, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,200)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Sunken battleship "remembered" by those clamoring for the Spanish-American War
    $100 2
The Bible says that "Man shall not live by" it "alone"
    $100 9
    $100 17
Has his own Sat. morning cartoon show after "earning his letter" on "A-Team"
    $100 22
A typical one has wings 40 ft, long & 4 ft. wide & no engine
    $100 16
Make it four quarters, or three quarters, two dimes & a nickel, for example
    $200 3
Short name for "The Unanimous Declaration of the 13 United States of America"
    $200 6
Mesquite is chic, but most of us do it over charcoal
    $200 10
What ancient Egyptians believed in that atheists don't
    $200 18
Vine-swinger who'll never learn to "watch out for that tree"
    $200 23
What "VTOL" stands for; helicopters can do it
    $300 4
Pushed through by Jefferson in 1803, it doubled the size of the U.S.
    $300 8
In cheesemaking process, thin liquid that separates from the curds
    $300 12
Soothing substance that follows a man's decision to "take it all off"
    $300 19
This cat was '20s cartoon king before the rise of Mickey Mouse
    $300 24
In the film "Airplane", it was called "Otto"
    $400 5
It wasn't until 1865 that they were authorized to fight for the South
    $400 11
Chef's term for savory delicacies inside moulded jelly
    $400 13
The sky's luminance past sunset
    $400 20
The indigo invaders of Pepperland in "Yellow Submarine"
    $400 25
In June 1933, Wiley Post was 1st to do it, landing only 11 times
    $500 7
The "Angel of the Battlefield" who established the American Red Cross
    DD: $1,000 15
Country from which Westphalian ham hails
    $500 14
Device on a jet supplying extra thrust
    $500 21
Bugs Bunny's gun-totin' nemesis who appeared 1st in "Hare Trigger" in 1944
    $500 26
Creators of the F-4 Phantom & the DC8, they merged in '67 to become this company

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

Steve Eric Julie
$1,000 $500 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Eric Julie
$2,100 $1,800 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE '60s
    $200 21
This nation's army deposed its president after losing Falklands War
    $200 2
Vegetable name for a boxer's damaged acoustic organ
    $200 4
Branch of biology that is the study of animals
    $200 9
To become one you let your hair grow long, wore tie-dyed shirts & said "groovy" a lot
    $200 1
Christians celebrate this event in Christ's life on Easter Sunday
    $400 22
They recently tried to kill Margaret Thatcher by bombing a Brighton hotel
    $400 10
In many states it is mandatory count after a knockdown before fight may continue
    $400 5
The process of making a replica object from a single cell of the original
    $400 14
The film role which made her a star in 1966 took place 1,001,985 years ago
    $400 3
Only state with 12 letters in its one-word name, it supplies all hard coal produced in U.S.
    $600 23
A Portuguese colony on China's southeast coast
    $600 11
He ended his fight with "Sugar" Ray Leonard with the words "No mas, no mas"
    $600 6
Because of the shape of his nose, he was nearly rejected from joining the Beagle's crew
    $600 15
Artificial sweetener banned by the Dept. of Health in 1969
    $600 18
From Latin meaning "upper abdomen", it's depression centering on imaginary ailments
    $800 24
Mediterranean island that's now split into 2 states, 1 Greek, 1 Turkish
    $800 12
His reign as heavyweight champ, 11 yrs, 8 mos. 9 days, was the longest for any weight division
    DD: $200 7
"Biological" title of the following 1965 Jewel Atkins hit:

"Let me tell you 'bout the stars in the sky /And a girl and a guy / And a way they kiss / On a night like this / When I look into..."
    DD: $400 16
Number of U.S. presidents during the '60s
    $800 19
The formation of words to imitate natural sounds such as a bee's buzz
    $1000 25
Though Soviets brought Janos Kadar to power in '56, he's since liberalized conditions there
    $1000 13
Italian heavyweight who, at 260 pounds, was largest man to win the crown
    $1000 8
The movement of water through a membrane separating 2 solutions
    $1000 17
President of Ford Motor Co. for only 4 weeks, he quit to become Kennedy's Sec'y of Defense
    $1000 20
A thing easily understood has perspicuity; a person who easily understands has this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Eric Julie
$6,900 $4,200 $1,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

One of the two "Big Ten" schools without a state name

Final scores:

Steve Eric Julie
$10,700 $8,300 $2,985
3-day champion: $28,900 2nd place: Hero Jr. personal robot & Vitamaster exerciser 3rd place: Bushnell telescope

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Eric Julie
$6,900 $5,800 $1,500
23 R,
5 W
17 R,
7 W
(including 3 DDs)
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $14,200

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Game tape date: 1984-12-05
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