Show #107 - Tuesday, February 5, 1985

Paul Croshier game 5.


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Joe Gauthier, a bank trust officer originally from Austin, Minnesota

Pete Kolanowski, a laboratory technician from Los Angeles, California

Paul Croshier, a Marine Corps staff sergeant from Camp Pendleton, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $36,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Color of London transport's double-decker buses
    $100 15
A Russian experimenter was killed by lightning in 1753 trying to match this inventor's 1752 feat
    $100 11
State which raises the most beef cattle
    $100 2
From African word "nguba", common southern term for "peanut"
    $100 13
Prehistoric cats with enlarged canine teeth
    $100 22
Interior sec'y Watt barred this singing group from D.C. July 4th shindig
    $200 5
Officially Collegiate Church of St. Peter, British monarchs are crowned there
    $200 16
It measures air pressure & is either aneroid or mercury
    $200 12
Candy bar named for President Cleveland's White House-born daughter, not a ballplayer
    $200 3
This trademark brand has become the common term for petroleum jelly
    $200 14
Distinguished from leopards by its spots within spots, it's largest wildcat in W. Hemisphere
    $200 23
One of their ads read, "Don't take a curve, at 60 per, we hate to lose, a customer"
    $300 6
Fleet Street is the center of this industry
    $300 17
Most are mainly water droplets, but cirrus & cirrostratus are formed of ice crystals
    $300 28
Related in fact to the peach, this nut resembles a peach pit
    $300 4
Type of print which means "Italian"
    $300 19
Vibrations in wall of blood vessels in the chest are believed to cause this phenomenon
    DD: $500 24
Baseball star referred to in this song:

"Dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee dee"
    $400 7
Locale where you'd find Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon & the Rosetta Stone
    $400 18
Layered pellets of ice & snow that might be named Alan or Alan, Jr.
    $400 9
Drunk czarist officers were the 1st to challenge one another to this dangerous game
    $400 20
The Himalayan gets its long hair from the Persian & its color points from this breed
    $400 25
Theme song of Leonard Slye & Frances Octavia Smith
    $500 8
Those born within the sound of the bells of St. Mary-le-Bow are called this
    $500 26
Winds blowing almost steadily from N.E., they helped speed westward travel for sailors
    $500 10
Cheap cigars favored by Conestoga wagon drivers
    $500 21
From German for "wailing tomcat", it's the harsh feline cry of mating season
    $500 27
In a single year she "played" for the Brooklyn Dodgers, NY Knicks & NY Rangers

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

Paul Pete Joe
$100 $800 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Pete Joe
$1,700 $2,500 -$500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Sherman's March to the Sea was across this state
    $200 1
Country officially called the German Democratic Republic
    $200 2
Animal symbolizing healing, because Asclepius, god of healing, had one coiled around his staff
    $200 24
Sport featured in "Ice Castles"
    $200 12
In electricity, what "AC" stands for
    $200 16
Describes the age in Europe between 500 & 1450 A.D.
    $400 8
The Confederates renamed this ironclad the "Virginia"
    $400 5
Headquarters city of European common market
    $400 3
Underworld god whose name became synonymous with Hell
    $400 25
Robert Redford takes on snow, not movie moguls
    $400 19
Newton's 3rd law states for every action this is equal and opposite
    $400 17
It "barks" out Bach in your stereo
    $600 9
Union General, his name was synonymous with "sideburns"
    $600 13
It's the legislature of Japan
    $600 6
Nine goddesses of the arts that artists commune with
    $600 20
He made "relativistic corrections" in Newton's theories which made atomic theory workable
    $600 23
A trite or hackneyed expression, in Mad magazine it can be "horrifying"
    $800 10
The Youngers & Jesse James began their infamous careers with this Confederate guerrilla leader
    $800 14
Soviet ally in East Africa that has formally turned Communist
    $800 7
The play within a play in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
    $800 21
Branch of physics dealing with light
    $1000 11
Creole general who led confederate attack on Ft. Sumter
    DD: $2,000 15
Name of "ANZUS" treaty is an acronym for these three signatory countries
    $1000 18
Jupiter made the 1st one for his brothers to punish them for stealing fire from heaven
    $1000 26
1940 movie where Pat O'Brien told the team to "Go in there & win one for the Gipper"
    $1000 22
Term for the amount of twist that a force exerts on an object

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Pete Joe
$4,500 $4,100 $3,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Only actress to win an Oscar, a Tony, a Grammy & an Emmy

Final scores:

Paul Pete Joe
$500 $100 $1
5-day champion: $36,500 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa + Emerson portable stereo 3rd place: Faema espresso machine

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Pete Joe
$4,500 $4,100 $2,300
14 R,
4 W
24 R,
7 W
12 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $10,900

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Game tape date: 1984-10-24
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