Show #100 - Friday, January 25, 1985

100th episode.


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Mary Anne Henderson, a homemaker originally from Dayton, Ohio

Larry Sorrentino, a sports marketing representative from North Hollywood, California

Les Miller, a scrap metal dealer from La Mesa, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
Both U.S. Grant & Jeff Davis graduated from there
    $100 11
3 C's or a double H on a cowboy's cow
    $100 17
Phrase which follows a new contestant's name on "The Price is Right"
    $100 2
In 1959, Frankie Avalon sang to this planet's goddess
    $100 18
A major thoroughfare in W. Berlin is named for this Olympic legend
    $100 13
Pass out slowly, as slime through your fingers
    $200 6
Throughout his term, FDR was often confined to a wheelchair due to this illness
    $200 12
Number of stripes on a U.S. Army sergeant's insignia
    $200 19
The show which added the word "zonk" to our vocabulary
    $200 3
The original German code name for this 1942 rocket was "A-4"
    $200 25
Calif. Angels' home run king, he holds all-time record for striking out
    $300 1
Nixon's Western White House was in this California town
    $300 14
Their newest trefoil, or 3-leaf clover emblem has the faces of 3 young women on it
    $300 20
She was the original dice girl on "High Rollers"
    $300 7
In this book, the Martians attack Chobham, England, not Grovers Mills, New Jersey
    $400 4
"Petticoat Gov't" referred to his wife running things when he was ill
    $400 15
On a uniform, it's how the braided cord known as a "fourragere" is worn
    $400 21
Show on which John Daly might have said, "7 down, 3 to go, Arlene"
    $400 8
Rocket used to lift the Apollo program capsules into orbit
    $400 10
His autobiography is subtitled "Just Like Any Other 7' Black Millionaire Who Lives Next Door"
    $500 5
Ran country without a telephone during a 3-month fishing trip to his native New England
    $500 16
On the side of an aluminum can, two arrows forming a circle stand for this
    $500 22
Long-running show hosted at different times by Jack Narz, Bob Clayton & Hugh Downs
    $500 24
It lasted 17 days after the Apollo 11 astronauts returned from the Moon
    $500 23
Only driver to have won Indy 500 four times

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Les Larry Mary Anne
$800 $700 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Les Larry Mary Anne
$1,700 $2,200 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Liberty, equality, fraternity was its motto
    $200 17
California governor who said, "A tree's a tree, how many redwoods do you need to look at?"
    $200 1
"Odd Couple's" original Oscar who reprised his role on screen
    $200 6
Belgian instrument maker who invented the Saxophone in 1840s
    $200 15
Blood group known as the "universal donor"
    $200 25
Ron Leibman & Sally Field tried to organize textile workers in this '79 film
    $400 12
Ironically, closing the universities was part of this late '60s Chinese revolution
    $400 18
Completes the quote "Laugh & the world laughs with you, weep..."
    $400 2
Life of Black boxing champ Jack Johnson was inspiration for this '68 show
    $400 7
Rate of tempo classified as largo, lento or adagio
    $400 16
Located behind the tongue, they may prevent entrance of bacteria, but are often removed
    $600 13
Rochambeau, DeKalb, von Steuben & Pulaski fought in it
    $600 22
1st to say, "I belong to no organized political party–I am a Democrat"
    $600 3
Musical remake of "Some Like It Hot"
    $600 8
Words to most oratorios come from this book
    $600 19
A person with "macrodontia" has very large ones
    $800 14
Samuel Slater brought this revolution from England to U.S. by memorizing machine plans
    DD: $1,000 27
Mies van der Rohe's instruction to artists on composition
    $800 4
Play in which the actors traded roles; Quinn playing the saint & Olivier, the king
    $800 9
The English horn is an alto version of this
    $800 20
Although real, tension headaches & ulcers are said to be this type of disease
    DD: $1,000 24
Better-known name of the Labor Management Relations Act of 1947
    $1000 23
English king beheaded in Puritan Revolution
    $1000 26
The rest of this Lt. Perry dispatch read: "2 ships, 2 brigs, 1 schooner & 1 sloop"
    $1000 5
Last name of twins Anthony, who wrote "Sleuth", & Peter, who wrote "Equus"
    $1000 10
Lively piece by Schumann or Humperdinck, or film with Garfield & Crawford
    $1000 21
Common name for winter condition "congelation"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Les Larry Mary Anne
$5,100 -$1,000 $2,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

With 168 persons per sq. mi., the continent with the highest population density

Final scores:

Les Larry Mary Anne
$6,100 -$1,000 $3,995
New champion: $6,100 3rd place: Bushnell telescope 2nd place: Speed Queen washer & dryer + Excalibur food dehydrator

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Les Larry Mary Anne
$4,900 $0 $2,000
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
15 R,
9 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $6,900

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Game tape date: 1984-10-17
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