Show #283 - Wednesday, October 9, 1985


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Mary Rumowicz, a student originally from New Brunswick, New Jersey

Michael Marks, an attorney from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Chris Golden, a policy service representative originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
Nathan Birnbaum & Grace Ethel Cecile Rosalie Allen
    $100 13
The way to a man's heart is through this
    $100 14
Rolling Stone who attended London School of Economics
    $100 1
Cowboy accessory whose pointed rowels made beautiful music
    $100 7
Musical which, according to its ads, is "now & forever"
    $100 10
A defunct Daffy
    $200 23
John Freund & Linda Evanstad
    $200 15
Jewish songwriter famous for "White Christmas" and "Easter Parade"
    $200 2
They were combined in a hybrid originally called cattalo
    $200 8
In the female version of "The Odd Couple", the women now play "Trivial Pursuit" instead of this
    $200 19
Pride, lust, envy, anger, covetousness, gluttony, & sloth
    $300 24
Michael Igor Peschkowsky & Elaine Berlin
    $300 16
He said Elvis was "unfit for a family audience" but in 1956 had him on his show anyway
    $300 3
Sailors-turned-cowboys changed "Oh bury me not in the deep, deep sea" to this lyric
    $300 9
First play presented on Broadway in sign language, about Mortimer's aunts' homicidal handiwork
    DD: $500 20
Name for fans of the following:

"Truckin', got my chips cashed in..."
    $400 25
Early film stars, Douglas Ullman & Gladys Smith
    $400 17
Due to size of his lips & cheeks when he played, he was at 1 time called "Satchel Mouth"
    $400 4
He died poor, trying to reclaim his land & mill, which were overrun by miners
    $400 11
It was Eugene O'Neill's last play produced on Broadway before he wenteth & died
    $400 21
Dakota Territory town where Wild Bill Hickok held the dead man's hand
    $500 26
Derek Harris & Mary Cathleen Collins
    $500 18
During WWII, this radio personality popularized country music in Japan
    $500 6
The "Napoleon of the West", he led the charge on the Alamo
    $500 12
Richard Burton & Peter Firth recreated their stage roles for this film
    $500 22
"The spittin' image" of Bette Davis

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

Chris Michael Mary
$1,600 $200 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Michael Mary
$3,300 $1,100 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

'50s TV
    $200 6
On his 2nd voyage, he discovered Jamaica
    $200 5
These are often arranged according to atomic number
    $200 14
"Mr. Television"
    $200 17
State named for a king of France
    $200 1
"Heart is torn from great city" ran a headline the day after this 1906 disaster
    $200 25
A baseball version of the bowler in cricket
    $400 7
Prime minister de Gasperi of this Mediterranean country was K.O.'d in a 1950 parliamentary brawl
    $400 10
Named for the god of the underworld, this element is one of the most toxic poisons known
    $400 15
2 '50s TV shows named for & starring famous movie dogs
    $400 18
"Providence Plantations" is also part of its official name
    $400 2
He "quickly frees self from straitjacket" while hanging upside down in Dallas in 1916
    $400 26
The itish-bray call it back slang
    $600 8
Because of their short hair, Puritan supporters of Oliver Cromwell were known as these
    $600 11
Process of heating a liquid, such as moonshine, & condensing its vapors
    $600 16
What Howdy Doody's in-studio audience was called
    $600 19
Its name means "Father of Waters"
    $600 3
He was "censured on 2 counts" by the Senate, papers reported in December 1954
    $600 27
A British woman might find a ladder climbing up this article of clothing
    $800 9
MacKenzie King's tenure as this country's prime minister was longest for any parliamentary government
    $800 12
The presence of this element makes organic chemistry organic
    $800 22
Dr, Frances Horwich rang the bell at this school
    $800 20
1 of 2 states named for the Sioux Indians
    $800 4
Reported in "Baltimore Sun" on Apr. 10, 1865 as "glorious news", "most important episode of the war"
    $800 28
Dartmoor alumni get a ticket-of-leave; Leavenworth alumni get this
    $1000 23
The 2 countries that fought the Hundred Years War, which lasted 116 years
    DD: $1,200 13
1 of 2 substances formed when bases are combined with acids
    $1000 21
This Rocky Mountain state is named for a valley in Pennsylvania
    $1000 24
"Happy the bride the Sun shines on", read "The Evening Star" when this "1st daughter" wed in 1906
    $1000 29
Child's toy the British call a catapult

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Michael Mary
$8,500 $9,300 $3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In population, it's the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world

Final scores:

Chris Michael Mary
$17,000 $17,001 $7,199
2nd place: trip on Eastern to New York & stay at the Milford Plaza New champion: $17,001 3rd place: Panasonic portable disc player & component stereo

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Michael Mary
$8,500 $8,900 $3,600
24 R,
1 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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Game tape date: 1985-07-29
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