Show #103 - Wednesday, January 30, 1985

Paul Croshier game 1-B.


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Sue Foster, a freelance writer from Sun Valley, Idaho

Paul Croshier, a Marine Corps staff sergeant from Camp Pendleton, California

Holly Hoke, a classical piano teacher from Santa Ynez, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

"ICE" & "SNOW"
    $100 5
Til the early '50s, primary use of a seat belt was in this mode of transportation
    $100 6
Debbie Reynolds sang as one in a movie, Sally Field flew as one on TV
    $100 11
State you'd go to, to visit U.S. Air Force Academy
    $100 1
Alvin, Theodore & Simon
    $100 4
Sea nymph with whom Odysseus spent 7 years, or the folk music of Trinidad
    $100 22
Housekeeper to a septet of short people
    $200 7
What the 1897 Pianola could do without you
    $200 14
"The Little Tramp"
    $200 12
Living up to its reputation, its state capitol building is the largest
    $200 2
Herb Alpert's "El Toro Solitario"
    $200 16
He was willing to die for Damon
    $200 24
Underworld slang for emeralds
    $300 8
The Wankel is the most fully developed & widely known of this type of engine
    $300 15
In '62 film she played Helen Keller; in '71 TV remake she played Annie Sullivan
    $300 13
Lake Itasca, the source of the Mississippi river, is there
    DD: $200 3
Danish pianist Bent Fabric's only American hits were "Chicken Feed" & this instrumental:
    $300 25
In Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne hit it follows "And since we've no place to go..."
    $400 9
British teacher knighted with a long sword after inventing a shorthand system
    $400 18
This "1st lady of the theater" stowed away in 1st "Airport" film
    $400 17
Asheville & Asheboro, Greenville & Greensboro are in this state
    $400 20
What Patti Page wanted to know about "the one with the waggily tail"
    $400 26
Job for U.S.S.R.'s "Arktica" or a host at parties
    $500 10
He also invented the rubber dental plate
    $500 21
1 of "The Mothers-in-Law" in TV series of same name
    $500 19
Its Gulf coast is the shortest, 44 miles
    $500 23
America's equine sans identity

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 8):

Holly Paul Sue
$100 $700 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Holly Paul Sue
$1,700 $1,600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
He was proclaimed "Admiral of the Ocean Sea" by Ferdinand & Isabella
    $200 2
St. Peter was the first, John Paul II the latest
    $200 18
A foal's mother, or a beaver's handiwork
    $200 7
His "doctrine" was intended to keep European powers out of Latin America
    $200 17
The quadriceps, strongest muscles in the body, are located here
    $200 16
Season he paired with "smoke" & "suddenly"
    $400 3
"Father of the American Navy"; turned down for admiral, he became one in the Russian navy
    $400 12
At age 27, he overthrew King Idris
    $400 19
Most males have 40, females 36
    $400 8
Not until 1924 did Congress grant citizenship to members of this ethnic group
    $400 23
A vestigial organ in humans, it's helpful at the back of reference books
    $600 4
Appropriately named admiral who was 1st to fly over both poles
    $600 13
The Earl of Beaconsfield, he was P.M. under Queen Victoria
    DD: $500 20
Where on a horse you find the frog, bar & wall
    $600 9
From '45 to '51 he headed Allied occupation of Japan
    $800 5
Without single American loss of life, he defeated Spanish fleet of 10 ships at Manila
    $800 14
At age 73, he became West Germany's 1st Chancellor & served 14 years
    $800 21
From French to "train", it's the series of maneuvers using passage, piaffer & pirouette
    DD: $3,200 10
The very 1st state to join the Union
    $1000 6
Father of nuclear sub, managed to serve 18 years beyond compulsory retirement age
    $1000 15
In 1974, he addressed the U.N. General Assembly with a gun in his belt
    $1000 22
It's the leading horse-raising country in the world
    $1000 11
Between 1840 & 1860 more immigrants came from this country than any other

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Holly Paul Sue
$400 $11,400 -$200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Mt. Vernon, NY native who now hosts shows on all three major networks

Final scores:

Holly Paul Sue
$0 $10,000 -$200
2nd place: Sunray range + Vintner Cork Master New champion: $10,000 3rd place: Vitamaster his & hers exercise bikes

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Holly Paul Sue
$700 $9,000 -$200
12 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
8 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $9,500

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Game tape date: 1984-10-23
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