Show #95 - Friday, January 18, 1985

Paul Boymel game 1.


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James Weidman, a pediatrician originally from Roslyn, New York

Paul Boymel, an attorney from Potomac, Maryland

Sheryl Adsit, a word processor from Hawthorne, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
To finance the Aswan Dam, this country seized control of Suez Canal
    $100 1
Device used to pop your wine bottle's top
    $100 9
It "helps the medicine go down" in "Mary Poppins"
    $100 20
1st he played Dr. Kildare, then Tchaikovsky in "The Music Lovers"
    $100 18
Both angry people & worn-out cars can blow one
    $100 8
Get a move on it
    $200 3
Martin Luther King, Jr. 1st gained prominence leading bus boycott in this Alabama city
    $200 7
This liquor was watered down & passed around as sailor's "grog"
    $200 10
3 survey miles or a group of bowling teams
    $200 23
Played Cole Porter in "Night & Day" without once saying "Judy, Judy, Judy"
    $200 17
America's largest auto club, they made nearly 17 million service calls last year
    $200 12
Because of his WWII malaria, Sherwood Johnson's pizza parlors are named this
    $300 4
Musical where Julie played Liza for Lerner & Loewe
    $300 21
What golfers call their clubhouse bar
    $300 11
In pro football, yards being penalized for being offside
    $300 24
Playing Rodgers & Hart in "Words & Music", he was paired with Tom Drake, not Judy Garland
    $300 15
It removes corrosion from your battery & odors from your refrigerator
    $300 13
Penned Portia's & Polonius' parts
    $400 5
Archbishop Makarios led movement to unite this island with Greece
    $400 22
High protein food swallowed whole in a "morning after" prairie oyster
    $400 25
Letter in metric measurement which stands for 1000
    $400 26
In "A Song to Remember", robust Cornel Wilde played this fragile pianist
    $400 16
You shouldn't transfer this type of tire from one side of the car to the other
    DD: $1,200 14
What Jimmy Buffet was searching for in this song:

"But there's booze in the blender / And soon it will render / That frozen concoction that helps me hang on / Wastin' away again in Margaritaville..."
    $500 6
At 21, this gold medalist became world's heavyweight champ
    $500 19
Where you look to make sure your car has enough brake fluid

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

Sheryl Paul Jim
$100 $700 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sheryl Paul Jim
$600 $2,500 -$800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Solid, liquid & this make up the 3 forms of matter
    $200 15
It means a "maker" of dramas, not one who can "pen" them
    $200 20
In 1980 this auto maker recorded the greatest loss in U.S. corporate history, $1.7 bil.
    $200 19
From Latin for festival, sometimes it's this or famine
    $200 11
Bulgaria's capital, it sounds like an Italian actress
    $200 12
"Oh, God", it's Nathan Birnbaum
    $400 5
Fiberglass was 1st used in Germany as a substitute for this fireproof material
    $400 14
The conversational element of drama
    $400 21
Citicorp recently surpassed it as America's largest bank
    $400 18
It can be by fire, by combat, or by jury
    $400 10
Started as a trading post for the Roman Empire, it boasts St. Paul's Cathedral
    $400 13
When he got an Oscar for "The Producers", Melvin Kaminsky's mother was very proud
    $600 4
One-celled plants that are the curse of aquarium keepers
    $600 2
He wroteth "The Iceman Cometh"
    $600 22
Company that's world's leading producer of mineral water
    $600 23
A "rash" reaction to strawberries
    $600 9
Largest city & capital of Luxembourg
    $600 24
Gladys Smith,
"America's Sweetheart"
    $800 1
Beneficial partnership among plants or animals, it's from Greek for "living together"
    $800 16
Famous medieval morality play showing an ordinary person's moral trials
    $800 29
Department store & catalogue chain owned by Mobil Oil
    $800 8
As Peking is to the People's Rep. of China, this is to the Rep. of China
    $800 25
In "Real Life" this "Modern Romance" star changed his name from Albert Einstein
    $1000 3
A subdivision of genus whose members are able to interbreed
    DD: $2,300 17
Meaning "a God from the machine", an external & often unrealistic resolution of conflict
    $1000 28
European car maker that already offers factory installed air bags as an option
    DD: $4,800 27
The plural of opus
    $1000 7
The largest capital in the Sahara Desert
    $1000 26
This James Stewart found "King Solomon's Mines"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sheryl Paul Jim
$400 $7,200 $200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The highest number under the "N" on an American bingo game

Final scores:

Sheryl Paul Jim
$799 $11,000 $0
2nd place: Speed Queen washer & dryer + Excalibur food dehydrator New champion: $11,000 3rd place: Bushnell telescope

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sheryl Paul Jim
$400 $7,100 $5,000
4 R,
2 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
11 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,500

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Game tape date: 1984-10-16
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