Show #331 - Monday, December 16, 1985


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Debra DuVal, an assistant director from Van Nuys, California

Jon Arlow, a public relations writer from New York City

Louis Lang, a trial lawyer from Skokie, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

"UP"s & "DOWN"s
    $100 1
This family was "Movin' on up to the East Side" for 10 years
    $100 19
The Australians started this fad by selling a 3-foot bamboo ring 1st used in gym classes
    $100 10
According to the Bible, he gave "Eve" her name
    $100 5
If a mother's X chromosome combines with this from the father, the result is a baby boy
    $100 7
A fried egg served with its yolk showing
    $200 2
As Oliver, Eddie Albert sang this title locale "is the place for me"
    $200 22
Saying he'd seen Hawaiian natives do it, a Harvard boy started a late '30s fad by swallowing one
    $200 14
The reason Joseph & Mary went there was to pay taxes
    $200 11
Natural childbirth method also known as psychoprophylaxis or PPM
    $200 8
A musical question asks, "How you gonna keep 'em" there "after they've seen Paree?"
    DD: $500 3
This theme song "shot" to the top of the charts in 1975:

[Theme plays]
    $300 28
Unable to read until age 9, he became president of Princeton as well as U.S.
    $300 23
When '50s cap makers ran short of this fur, they used rabbit, skunk, or silver fox instead
    $300 15
Jesus said people who are "wolves" sometimes wear this
    $300 12
What "quickening" is to a mother-to-be
    $300 9
In a traditional theater, where the actors are when they're closest to the audience
    $400 4
Henry Mancini wrote the jazz theme for this series starring Craig Stevens in the title role
    $400 26
V.P. whose father gave him the presidential oath of office when Harding died
    $400 24
This board game 1st boomed when relatives used it to be reassured about soldiers at the front in WWI
    $400 20
In both Genesis 12 & 20, Abraham didn't want people to know she was his wife
    $400 13
Hot tubs, sky diving, & garters
    $400 16
Phrase that also refers to New Zealand
    $500 6
Gee, this old car of Archie Bunker's "ran great"
    $500 27
Although Ohio was the only state to be admitted during his presidency, U.S. territory doubled in size
    $500 25
When cigarette makers 1st issued these, Honus Wagner, thinking they'd tempt kids to smoke, refused to pose
    $500 21
Made of acacia, about 3 ft. by 3 ft. by 4 1/2 ft., & covered in gold
    $500 18
Technical term for "baby blues" that hit a mother right after birth
    $500 17
Not very "grand" pianos, or what you kick your football through

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Lou Jon Debra
$600 $700 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lou Jon Debra
$1,800 $2,200 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
German city famous for Homburgs & Hamburgers
    $200 23
He called the Native Americans "Indians" because he thought he was in the East indies
    $200 1
Number of "Characters in Search of an Author" in Pirandello's play
    $200 2
This winemaker will "sell no wine before its time"
    $200 13
According to legend she made 1st American flag, but there's no proof
    $200 3
In the '70s, life was nothing but "Good Times" for this "dy-no-mite" comedian
    $400 18
Lying off Spain's eastern coast, it's the "major" island in the Balearic group
    $400 24
The smallest of these, near Trumbull, Conn., consists of 1/4 acre & 4 people
    $400 4
Female lead in "The Philadelphia Story" was written for this actress, who played it on stage & screen
    $400 9
Gin, applejack, egg white, lemon juice, & pomegranate, or a Japanese singing duo
    $400 21
Lilya Litvak, most famous woman fighter pilot of WWII, fought for this country
    $400 6
His uniform as a 16-year-old bellboy & singer had 48 buttons, giving him lifelong nickname
    DD: $1,400 19
It's the smallest of the 4 countries that make up the United Kingdom
    $600 28
Spanish for "villages", women traditionally own the houses in these Hopi & Zuni communities
    $600 5
City where Giraudoux's "Madwoman" lived
    $600 10
A glass of wine is properly held by this part
    $600 22
Israel's Golda Meir at one time taught school in this U.S. city
    $600 8
"If you had lived, you would have been a very sick man" is one of his famous insults
    $800 20
Turkish for "mountain", peninsula called "the powder keg of Europe" since so many wars have begun there
    $800 7
The family who awaits "Sunrise at Campobello" in Dore Schary play
    DD: $1,400 11
The 2 grains providing flavor basis to whiskeys indigenous to America
    $800 25
After forming Equal Rights Party, in 1872 Victoria Woodhull became 1st woman to do this
    $800 14
Too broke for a wedding, he got married on "Bride & Groom" before saying "bye bye" to poverty & "birdie"
    $1000 27
"English-sounding" peninsula in N.W. France separating Bay of Biscay from English Channel
    $1000 16
This character was the victim of a "Murder in the Cathedral"
    $1000 12
Secret ass'n of distillers & gov't officials that embezzled liquor taxes under President Grant
    $1000 26
Name under which notorious Marie Dolores Eliza Rosanna Gilbert brought down King Ludwig of Bavaria
    $1000 15
Born Murray Janofsky, he was the master of early television M.C.'s

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lou Jon Debra
$6,200 $3,400 -$600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Up to & including the $100 bill, the sum total of all U.S. paper currency denominations in current use

Final scores:

Lou Jon Debra
$6,900 $5 -$600
2-day champion: $8,300 2nd place: trip on Eastern to the Bahamas & stay at Bahamas Princess Resort & Casino 3rd place: Pinseeker golf clubs

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lou Jon Debra
$6,700 $3,400 $2,200
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
5 W
11 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $12,300

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Game tape date: 1985-08-20
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