Show #341 - Monday, December 30, 1985


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Sally Laschober, a personnel specialist from Clarendon Hills, Illinois

Robert Nashin, a writer originally from Detroit, Michigan

Dan Alves, an engineering supervisor from Santa Maria, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
Oddjob's job was valet, chauffeur, & bodyguard to this Bond baddie
    $100 7
The tongue of the bell, or someone who applauds
    $100 21
1st done over NYC in 1922 by an RAF captain, who spelled out "Hello U.S.A."
    $100 26
It can live 10 years, if it never meets Colonel Sanders
    $100 2
2 figures featured in any Pieta
    $100 1
About 1913, it replaced C.Q.D. as international distress signal
    $200 17
"Dog" who had his "day" attempting de Gaulle's assassination
    $200 12
Phrase describing what Apollo Creed did to Rocky Balboa in 1976
    $200 22
Measuring 30-25-32, the 1st crowned, in 1921, was from Washington, D.C.
    $200 27
This bird might tell you it wants a cracker for more than 70 years
    $200 3
French for "paste-up", it's a cut & paste montage
    $200 8
The pentagon has over 68,000 miles of these lines, but do the kids ever call?
    $300 18
Popeye Doyle called Alain Charnier "The Frog" in this 1971 Oscar winner
    $300 13
Color of the bells that helped "Mary Mary Quite Contrary's garden grow"
    $300 23
The 1st of these catering to traveling motorists opened in San Luis Obispo, Cal. in 1925
    $300 4
Paintings by pop artist Roy Lichtenstein were inspired by this graphic art
    $300 9
The opposite sides of a die always add up to this number
    $400 19
Nazi doctor played with evil relish by Gregory Peck in "The Boys from Brazil"
    DD: $500 14
Title of the following Christmas song:

"Ding, dong, ding, dong that is their song / With joyful ring all caroling / One seems to hear words of good cheer / From everywhere filling the air / O, how they pound raising the sound / Oer hill and dale telling their tale..."
    $400 24
In 1923, 1st state pensions for the silver-haired set were introduced by Montana & this, the Silver State
    $400 5
Though this English potter died in 1795, his embossed chinaware lives on in originals & cheap copies
    $400 10
After narcotics smuggling, this is most common international crime, if you get the picture
    $500 20
Mountain range where Bogie's Mad Dog Earle met his maker
    $500 15
Sylvia Plath's dark autobiographical novel
    $500 25
To conserve fuel & light for the war effort, in 1915, Germany introduced this
    $500 6
Occupation of Mrs. Siddons immortalized by Gainsborough & Reynolds
    $500 11
In 1952, she was "Time" magazine's "Man of the Year"

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

Dan Bob Sally
$500 $700 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Bob Sally
$1,800 $1,300 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
An example of a cardinal number
    $200 3
Chess term from Persian "shah mat" meaning, "the king is dead"
    $200 21
Popular "equine" term for some types of muscle tears in the leg
    $200 8
Another name for okra, or a thick soup using it
    $200 1
General & statesman who adopted the solar year for the Roman calendar
    $200 13
The Southland Corporation says "Oh, thank heaven" for these top-ranked convenience stores
    $400 27
In a computer's binary place system, 0 is "current off" & this number is "current on"
    $400 4
Strangely enough, Japanese used this word, meaning "may you live 10,000 years" to launch suicide attacks
    $400 22
Stores specializing in the sale of skeletal muscle of herbivorous animals
    $400 9
Variety of bread said to have sustained the Confederate Army for 3 years
    $400 2
At Arbela in 331 B.C., he lost under 500 troops while killing more than 40,000 Persians
    $400 14
Leading restauranteur who also leads in youth employment
    $600 28
At 55 mph, Jim drove this many miles in 3 hours
    $600 5
Comes from Arabic "qahwah", meaning "a drink made from berries"
    $600 23
Type of muscle found only in the heart
    $600 18
People are "nuts" about this alliterative pastry
    $600 10
A jar with a screw-on top has been found in tomb of this ancient Central American culture
    $600 15
This Johnson & Johnson product survived a poison scare to remain #1 pain killer
    $800 6
Early illustrator known for his "Girls" the gin drink named for him
    DD: $2,000 24
On market since 1970, this Arthur Jones invention has revolutionized muscle building
    $800 19
Oysters Rockefeller originated in this southern city, not New York
    $800 11
World's earliest known dig was made at Ur by 6th century B.C. king of this ancient Mideast country
    DD: $700 16
In pet foods, which occupy more grocery space than any other foodstuff, this company is #1
    $1000 7
Title meaning more than gentleman, less than knight; it's often tacked on to just anybody's name
    $1000 25
A variant of this acid in buttermilk & beer causes the fatigue & pain of exercise
    $1000 20
French meaning "lost bread", Creole "pain perdu" is known elsewhere as this
    $1000 12
Fatalistic Greek philosophy that taught indifference to pleasure or pain
    $1000 17
Edison's company combined with Thomson-Houston to form this leading light bulb maker

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Bob Sally
$7,600 $6,800 $2,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1975, 11-year-old Karen Stead coasted to victory as 1st female winner of this racing event

Final scores:

Dan Bob Sally
$14,100 $1 $200
2-day champion: $29,800 3rd place: General Electric console 26" TV 2nd place: trip on Eastern for Windjammer Barefoot Cruises in the Bahamas

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dan Bob Sally
$6,400 $8,000 $2,000
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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Game tape date: 1985-09-04
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