Show #265 - Friday, September 13, 1985

Jay Rosenberg game 1.
Contestants back to their usual arrangement with champion at inside lectern.
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Wayne Cypen, a lawyer from Miami Beach, Florida

Jay Rosenberg, a professor from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Teresa O'Neill, a contract administrator from Santa Clara, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Lord Greystoke, he became a swinger at an early age
    $100 16
A legal holiday in 12 states, it occurs 2 days before Easter
    $100 11
It's the bar "where everybody knows your name"
    $100 17
Experiments with this Asian monkey led to the discovery of the Rh factor
    $100 6
An automobile that can go topless
    $100 20
In "The Famer In The Dell", it stands alone
    $200 2
To our knowledge, neighbors at 221A Baker Street never complained about his violin playing
    $200 12
In the original Belgian comics, these blue creatures are Schtroumpfs
    $200 19
Though fruit of the baobob tree is called this, it's not really the Simian staff of life
    $200 7
Greek meaning "mad bride", it's an excessive & uncontrollable sex drive in the female
    $200 21
Follows the third "flies in the buttermilk, shoo, fly, shoo"
    $300 3
Sancho Panza's saddle pal
    $300 13
From 1980-82, ABC's answer to "Saturday Night Live" was this series on the night before
    $300 24
With red nose & blue cheeks, male of this species is never confused with country singers Barbara & Louise
    $300 8
From Latin "to flow back", it means to throw up
    $300 18
In "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer", he follows Comet in the roster of Santa's deer
    $400 4
Foundling found by the worthy Squire Allworthy in Henry Fielding novel
    $400 14
The name of the sub which made the weekly "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea"
    $400 25
Monkeys, like man, belong to this highest order of mammals
    $400 9
Put a piece of Hershey's with this on a Graham cracker & you got yourself a s'more
    $400 22
Disney film in which "a very merry unbirthday" was celebrated
    $500 5
Aye, me mateys! This lad sailed the Hispaniola to Treasure Island
    $500 15
According to the show's title, what Owen Marshall's occupation was
    $500 10
A needed condition, such as finishing on the plus side in order to play Final Jeopardy!
    $500 23
Putting this on Frosty the Snowman made him come alive

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

Teresa Jay Wayne
$0 $1,700 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Teresa Jay Wayne
-$200 $3,600 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
In 1865 Edward Whymper was the first to climb this mountain in Switzerland, not Disneyland
    DD: $1,000 1
"We had it all / Just like Bogie and Bacall / Starring in our old late, late show..."

Longest of the Florida Keys or title of this song
    $200 9
Zaire, formerly called this, won its independence from Belgium in 1960
    $200 3
The herring-like fish often requested off a pizza
    $400 16
Upset winners of a 1985 NCAA basketball tournament
    $400 2
Though larger than Australia on Mercator projection maps,
this island is really less than ⅓ the size
    $400 20
First U.S. president in the 20th century, though just barely
    $400 5
Used widely in baking, it takes almost a million of these black seeds to make a lb.
    $600 15
A golf swing is divided into the backswing, the downswing & this
    $600 4
Country you'd be visiting when island hopping
between Panay, Luzon & Mindanao
    $600 21
Country besides Germany which after World War II was divided into 4 zones
    $600 6
From old French for "hatchet", a chopped & fried potato dish
    $800 12
In "The Raven", the angels named Poe's rare & radiant maiden this
    $800 10
California governor who said, "We're going to move left and right at the same time"
    $800 14
Sport in which you might button hook into the coffin corner
    $800 18
The lush green island called Hawaii's Garden Isle
    DD: $2,500 22
In 1945, Britain's 19-year-old Princess Elizabeth chose him her favorite crooner
    $800 7
If Little Miss Muffet had been Japanese, she might have eaten this bean curd
    $1000 11
A watchword among founding fathers was "Where" this "dwells, there is my country"
    $1000 13
In boating, some popular types are the yachtsman, the Danforth & the mushroom
    $1000 19
2 of the 6 islands that make up the Netherlands Antilles
    $1000 23
The 1957 Eisenhower Doctrine allowed the president to use armed forces in this area
    $1000 8
A member of the mint family, it's the key ingredient in Italian green pesto sauce

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Teresa Jay Wayne
$1,600 $8,400 $7,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This Polish-born scientist was 1st person to win 2 Nobel prizes

Final scores:

Teresa Jay Wayne
$2,800 $15,400 $14,999
3rd place: Jules Jurgensen watches New champion: $15,400 2nd place: a Hardwick microwave oven + Tara Ware microwave cookware

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Teresa Jay Wayne
$800 $8,400 $5,800
3 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
21 R,
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,000

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Game tape date: 1985-07-02
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