Show #334 - Thursday, December 19, 1985


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John Mitchell, a firefighter from Granada Hills, California

Maureen Smith, a teacher from Ontario, California

Ron Marriott, a student originally from Cupertino, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
A maple leaf in a circle
    $100 16
"The spirit indeed is willing", but this is weak
    $100 19
Of Cleveland, Cincinnati, & Chillicothe, the one that was once state capital
    $100 2
According to 1915 song, this "is for the million things she gave me"
    $100 4
In a new video game featuring her, you drive her downtown to go shopping for a date with Ken
    $100 1
1st in Dayton, now in N.Y., Chicago was an 8-yr. stopover for this TV talk show host
    $200 13
A kangaroo with wings
    $200 20
"Judge not", lest this might happen
    $200 21
Number killed in infamous 1970 shooting incident at Kent State University
    $200 25
If you believe the margarine commercials, "It's not nice to fool" her
    $200 6
The name of this construction set comes from the Danish "leg godt" meaning "play well"
    $200 7
For 12 years, L. Bernstein played both his regular role & occasional piano solos with this ensemble
    $300 15
A stylized eagle flying between 2 identical letters
    $300 24
Follows "What therefore God has joined together"
    $300 22
This Akron-based company made 1st space suits for astronauts, & 1st radial tires in U.S.
    $300 3
According to "Genesis", she is "the mother of all living"
    DD: $900 11
Game the following, by Murray Head, is about:

"One night in Bangkok makes a hard man humble
Not much between despair and ecstasy
One night in Bangkok and the tough guys tumble
Can't be too careful with your company..."
    $300 8
A stamp picturing a stamp collector would commemorate this hobby
    $400 17
A crown sitting atop 3 consecutive letters of the alphabet
    $400 23
Most 19th c. American schoolchildren learned to read from "Readers" by this president of Ohio Univ.
    $400 12
Now a pro-ERA & pro-choice role model, she was model for a popular doll in the 1930s
    $400 9
In the beginning of his singing career was "Flaming Youth" then came "Genesis"
    $500 18
A red-bottomed, blue topped triangular form with a white strip in the middle
    $500 14
"Alfred's Other Game" is a sort of solitary version of this, his world famous crossword game
    $500 10
Ad showing Virginia Slims lady offering a 7-UP to a Marlboro Man would promote this co. 3 ways

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

Ron Maureen John
$400 $0 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Maureen John
$1,700 $500 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE '20s
    $200 9
Of T & A, the Ford model that premiered in the '20s
    $200 1
It precedes "Comes bob, bob, bobbin' along"
    $200 10
1st time this "Thief of Bad Gags" went on TV was in 1929 for U.S. Television Corp. test
    $200 18
His 2nd "Tony" came in 1985, 20 years after his 1st for "The Odd Couple"
    $200 2
Astraphobia or fear of this strikes people during thunderstorms
    $200 20
Appropriate way for Jamie Farr to bet on a horse to win
    $400 12
America's Bohemia in the '20s, where Willa Cather, Theodore Dreiser, & Sherwood Anderson wrote
    DD: $1,000 5
"On the 4th day of Christmas my true love gave" me these
    $400 11
Phyllis George recently asked this "SNL" star what Fernando Lamas thinks about his imitation
    $400 25
Hungarian Ferenc Molnar's "Liliom" became this Rodgers & Hammerstein musical set in New England
    $400 3
What a pyrophobic fears & a pyromaniac loves
    $400 21
As per their initials, the 2 things AM & FM radios "modulate"
    $600 14
Though shown in the White House in 1915, this D. W. Griffith film was banned in Boston in 1921
    $600 6
How Ferlin Husky sent his "pure, sweet love" in 1961
    $600 13
At age 54, Charlie Chaplin married this 18-year-old daughter of playwright Eugene O'Neill
    $600 26
They took the Pulitzer Prize with them for "You Can't Take It with You"
    $600 4
It's why a pogonophobe would fear Abe Lincoln & Sebastian Cabot
    DD: $1,500 22
2 of 3 grocery items on which you might find a message signed "P. Loquesto Newman"
    $800 7
In her 1984 album "Lush Life", Linda Ronstadt does a new rendition of this Hoagy Carmichael bird
    $800 15
When they learned of Valentino's death in 1926, 2 Japanese girls leaped into one of these
    $800 27
English character actor & dramatist waiting to interview Indira Gandhi when she was shot
    $800 17
Theophobia, it's put into Christians who stray from the flock
    $800 23
Originally called "The Squeaking Door", radio host Raymond invited you in here every week
    $1000 8
Where Patti Page found "peace & goodwill"
    $1000 16
James Dean's middle name, like the poet
    $1000 19
None of The Beatles on "Abbey Road" cover seem to be suffering from agyrophobia, fear of this
    $1000 24
Last entry in "Z" volume of Encyclopedia Americana, it's a cell formed by union of 2 sexual cells

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Maureen John
$4,000 $5,700 $2,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of Disney's 7 dwarfs, the 2 whose names do not end in "Y"

Final scores:

Ron Maureen John
$7,895 $3,300 $1,700
2-day champion: $16,696 2nd place: trip on Western to Honolulu & stay at Pacific Beach Hotel 3rd place: Berkline Wall Away recliner

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ron Maureen John
$6,400 $5,100 $2,100
18 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $13,600

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Game tape date: 1985-08-20
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