Show #30 - Friday, October 19, 1984

Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


Anita Mangels, a business consultant originally from Patchogue, New York

Howard Kaufman, a junior high school teacher originally from New York

Terry Turner, a public health investigator originally from Lubbock, Texas (whose 3-day cash winnings total $13,100)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
Michael Jackson keeps the beat with this Beatle in "The Girl Is Mine" and "Say, Say, Say"
    $100 10
Title for husband of a reigning queen; Prince Philip is one
    $100 25
Mary Baker Eddy called it "a scientific approach to healing"
    $100 11
Hit a ball through wickets to touch a peg
    $100 1
A hole-y cheese from Alpine heights
    $100 8
Cocky rooftop device that gives us "NEWS" about the wind
    $200 4
Actress whose "eyes" are focused on in Kim Carnes' hit
    $200 21
Law of primogeniture ensures inheritance & throne to this family member
    $200 12
In poker, it beats 3 of a kind, but not a flush
    $200 2
Hybrid mandarin orange named for Moroccan seaport
    $200 16
A sailor's delight
    $300 5
This Grammy-winning group shares its name with Dorothy's dog
    $300 22
Title given to first male heir to the throne of Great Britain
    $300 13
A team of nurses in Dublin draw the names of the horses & winners in it
    $300 7
Succulent sauce named for Netherlands
    $300 18
What's called aurora australis in the southern sky is called this in the north
    $400 6
Hotel that the Eagles "welcomed" us to in the '77 hit
    $400 23
British heads get this on the Stone of Scone
    $400 17
Propel 300 lb. opponent out of circle or have him touch ground with other than his feet
    $400 15
Salad named for restaurant owner in Tijuana, Mexico, not for the Roman emperor
    $400 19
The largest measured 17 inches in circumference and weighed over a pound & a half
    $500 9
Old standards bandleader who arranged Linda Ronstadt's "What's New" album
    $500 24
The execution of Charles I was 1st blow to this doctrine that only God could punish kings
    $500 20
A blot when hit must be put on the bar in this game
    $500 14
Smoked liver sausage named for region of Brunswick in Germany

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

Terry Howard Anita
$0 $100 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Howard Anita
$2,300 -$300 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And I should explain one thing. We have "TIMES" up there in quotation marks because that word will figure in each of the questions. You stand warned.)
    $200 22
This preacher called his supporters "The Rainbow Coalition"
    $200 1
XIV minus IX equals this
    $200 18
Peter, Paul & Mary popularized this botanical lament
    $200 10
It's bounded by 7th, 42nd & Broadway
    $200 16
Mythological symbol of China, theirs never eats virgins or is slain by knights
    $200 3
Its height gives it the greatest range of vision of any terrestrial animal
    $400 2
Reason parents gave in the '60s for not helping their kids with their homework
    $400 19
In John Lennon's song, it's "all we are saying"
    $400 11
Jim Croce's unique storage technique
    $400 17
In ancient times, only those of royal blood could own this dog
    $400 6
Animal symbol for the '88 Olympics & Frosted Flakes
    $600 4
Branch named from the Latin word for pebble comes in "differential" & "integral"
    $600 12
In the film "Time After Time", H.G. Wells himself uses this device from his 1895 novel
    $600 8
The order they belong to, Proboscidea, is named for their most distinguishing feature
    $800 5
In "chisenbop", children are taught to calculate on these
    $800 13
Phrase meaning "at critical moment", it's from the practice of marking time by notching wood
    $800 9
3-letter Australian bird of crossword puzzle fame, it's 2nd tallest in the world
    $1000 21
His post-WWI campaign promised "back to normalcy" but led to "Teapot Dome"
    $1000 7
The reciprocal of 1/25
    $1000 20
"Without him, Caesar would have stood alone"
    $1000 14
Ben Franklin's advice to young tradesmen
    DD: $1,000 15
Its name comes from the Spanish el lagarto, meaning "lizard"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Howard Anita
$900 $2,700 $2,900

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

After the Sun & the Moon, the brightest astronomical object regularly seen in our sky

Final scores:

Terry Howard Anita
$900 $1,900 $300
2nd place New champion: $1,900 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Terry Howard Anita
$900 $2,700 $2,900
16 R
(including 1 DD),
12 W
9 R,
2 W
17 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $6,500

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Game tape date: 1984-08-22
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