Show #302 - Tuesday, November 5, 1985

Harvey Becker game 1.


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Mickey Wittman, a manager originally from Nanuet, New York

Harvey Becker, an attorney turned writer from Old Bridge, New Jersey

Karol Herbie, a housewife from Ballwin, Missouri (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In mid-1985, you got over 1,500 of this Italian currency for a dollar
    $100 15
It's not named in honor of William Penn, but in honor of his father
    $100 3
Varieties are pikes, tucks, & swans
    $100 21
It extends from the tee to the green
    $100 9
Sally Field won her 1st Oscar playing her
    $100 4
To keep up his image, he ordered extra coonskin caps when he got to Congress in 1828
    $200 2
Of the American, Canadian, & Australian dollars, the 1 that's worth the most
    $200 23
Rhode Island is named after the isle of Rhodes, which belongs to this country
    $200 16
A kick aimed for the "coffin corner", or a boat pushed with a pole
    $200 22
Father & son cinema swashbucklers
    $200 10
"Miracle Worker" & workee who won Best Actress & Best Supporting Actress in 1962
    $200 5
Prominent adornment the Lone Ranger & raccoons have in common
    $300 6
Of the French, the Swiss, & the Belgian francs, the 1 that's worth least
    $300 24
Though this western state is mostly desert, its name means "snowcapped"
    $300 17
A strong hockey stroke to the net, or a '77 hockey film known for strong language
    $300 25
Top model who was one of the "Paper Dolls" until ABC cut them out
    $300 11
In her "Prime", she won for playing Miss Jean Brodie
    $300 12
State whose capital lies at junction of the Raccoon & Des Moines Rivers
    $400 7
"Krona", the name of the local currency in Scandinavian countries, means this in English
    DD: $500 28
Name of this song, which plays with state names:

"One, two, three, four / Oh, why did Cali-fon-ia / Why did Cali-fon / Why did Cali-fon-ia / Was she all alone / She called to say Ha-wa-ya / She called to say Ha-wa-ya / She called to say Ha-wa-ya / That's why she did call..."
    $400 19
Sport in which you engage in trapping, dribbling, & heading the ball
    $400 26
A pal who's loyal only when you're on top
    $400 14
In 1964 & '65, these 2 Julies won back to back Oscars as "Mary Poppins" & "Darling"
    $400 13
TV sitcom characters who belonged to the Raccoon Lodge
    $500 8
The zloty
    $500 29
Though he was later beheaded, these 2 states were named for England's King Charles I
    $500 20
A football term for an illegal block on the back of an opponent's legs
    $500 27
Will Rogers starred in the 1st version in 1933, long before Rodgers & Hammerstein added music
    $500 18
She won the 1st "Best" for "Seventh Heaven"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Karol Harvey Mickey
$1,600 $1,300 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Karol Harvey Mickey
$2,800 $2,700 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
A tough Texas politician proposed to her on their 1st date
    $200 17
Where "a body meet a body" in Robert Burns' poem
    $200 14
From Greek "embolos" meaning "stopper", comes this term for blockage in a blood vessel
    $200 2
This "year 'round" group sold 180,000 copies of "Sherry" in 1 day
    $200 26
"NATO" is an acronym standing for this
    $200 1
A French farewell
    $400 6
Teddy Roosevelt's wife Edith described this niece as "very plain; her mouth & teeth... have no future"
    $400 18
In her poem "First Fig", alarming way Edna St. Vincent Millay's "candle burns"
    $400 15
Orthomolecular psychiatry prescribes a massive dose of these
    $400 8
1970s group whose name comes from Aboriginal custom of sleeping with canines when it's cold
    $400 27
After French withdrew from military wing in 1966, NATO hdqrs. moved from Paris to near this city
    $400 3
Portable keyboard instrument that inspired the bumper sticker, "Play an ---, go to prison"
    $600 7
"I have influence, & I know it!", this southern supporter of the ERA
    $600 19
Cardinal virtue Emily Dickinson calls "the thing with feathers that perches in the soul"
    $600 21
What a patch test tests for
    $600 9
Creator of "Elephant Parts", in 1969, he "Monkeed" around in Linda Ronstadt's back-up band
    DD: $2,000 29
1 of 2 NATO members sharing a land border with Russia
    $600 5
Patrick Dennis' eccentric relation
    $800 12
Appropriately, he married Grace Goodhue, teacher of deaf, who, he said, "might teach the mute to speak"
    DD: $800 24
"Let the Irish vessel lie emptied of its poetry", Auden wrote "In Memory" of him
    $800 22
If you're lacking sufficient sex hormones, you can blame it on this master gland
    $800 10
Donovan said these 2 comic book characters "ain't got nuthin' on me"
    $800 28
In 1982, this West European country became NATO's 16th member
    $800 20
Virgil's epic poem of the destruction of Troy
    $1000 13
Mary Doud was married to him
    $1000 25
Keats composed his epitaph to read, "Here lies one whose name was writ" in this
    $1000 23
An idiopathic disease is a disease of this origin
    $1000 11
This Parisian group's "Pretty Ballerina" became a hit after Leonard Bernstein played it on TV
    $1000 16
It took two rivers & a mythological strongman to clean them

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Karol Harvey Mickey
$8,400 $9,300 $1,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Though perhaps borrowed from the Chaldeans, this religious group established use of a 7-day week

Final scores:

Karol Harvey Mickey
$16,400 $18,000 $1,200
2nd place: Progress Lighting chandelier & Jules Jurgensen his & hers watches New champion: $18,000 3rd place: Bernardaud Limoges dinnerware

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Karol Harvey Mickey
$8,900 $7,900 $1,300
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
5 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,100

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Game tape date: 1985-08-12
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