Show #117 - Tuesday, February 19, 1985


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Christine Hall, a government and literature teacher from Phoenix, Arizona

Lew Lobenfeld, a letter carrier from Los Angeles, California

Jim Lewis, a student body president from Syracuse, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
This animal has been known to discharge 650 volts of electricity at 1 ampere
    $100 16
Though popular misconception says rub snow on areas affected by this, don't!
    $100 3
Old MacDonald refrain
    $100 18
England's floral symbol, which "by any other name would smell as sweet"
    $100 26
This "Gambler" formerly sang with New Christy Minstrels
    $100 11
Bo boasted braids with beads in this film
    $200 2
Wild hogs descended from tame ones or U. of Arkansas football team
    $200 17
In an emergency, use 2 poles & a blanket to make one
    $200 6
His "E" came before his "I" & also equaled mc2
    $200 21
They were nicknamed for Sir Robert Peel, head of the London police force
    $200 27
Song that begins "Goodbye, Joe, me gotta go, me-oh, my-oh"
    $200 12
A "rug" for Howard Cosell or Burt Reynolds
    $300 4
They provide Laplanders with both meat & milk
    $300 19
A mixture of zinc oxide & ferrous oxide that helps relieve poison ivy rash
    $300 7
Otis designed elevators that ascended on a curve for this French engineer's tower
    $300 23
Those who may not vote for its members include the nobility & the mentally ill
    $300 28
Considered "noncountry", sets of this instrument were barred by Grand Ole Opry until the '60s
    $300 13
"Noisy" forelocks
    $400 5
Reason it doesn't matter which tune the snake charmer plays
    $400 20
One component of CPR, it's the most efficient method of artificial respiration
    $400 8
Cards in a kid's hand that could be crazy
    $400 24
Soft accent the Irish have when speaking English
    $400 29
Mother Maybelle & Mrs. Johnny Cash are members of this family
    $400 14
Author of world book "Hairdressing" article & "If You Don't Look Good, We Don't Look Good"
    DD: $500 10
Of the 3 kinds in a honeybee colony, the bee with no stinger
    $500 22
The use of tourniquets should be avoided since they can cause this
    $500 9
So his men could have Coca-Cola, this gen. allowed bottling plants built near WWII battle fronts
    $500 25
Just as the Anglican Church is the Church of England, this is the Church of Scotland
    $500 15
In "A Hard Day's Night", what George Harrison called his hairdo

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Jim Lewis Christine
$100 $900 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Lewis Christine
$800 $700 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
"Treasure Island" line that follows "15 men on a dead man's chest"
    $200 22
Name for the cabinet rack, tubes, transistors, wires, motors, etc., but not the programs
    $200 5
Sirhan B. Sirhan
    $200 16
Common yellow-flowered weed whose name means "lion's tooth" in French
    $200 1
A judge asks for it, but a waiter takes it
    $200 18
From Greek meaning "to look at the hour", it's your birth chart
    $400 12
She signed on as governess for Mr. Rochester of Thornfield
    $400 23
It comes between your telephone line & your terminal
    $400 6
James Earl Ray
    $400 17
Type of violet sometimes known as "flower with a face"
    $400 2
In this song, "it was the 3rd of June, another sleepy, dusty Delta day"
    $400 19
Number of signs in the zodiac
    $600 13
Other than Watson, the only character to narrate a Sherlock Holmes story
    $600 24
Computer language which came from the words "formula translator"
    $600 7
Tillius Cimber, Decimus, Casca & others
    DD: $1,400 21
Prairie plant that's the subject of this song:

"I know when night has gone / That a new dawn has dawned"
    $600 3
U-shaped bend in a river or an "incident" with cowboys "out to lynch"
    $600 20
The sign America was born under
    $800 14
French existentialist whose characters found "No Exit" from his '45 play
    $800 8
Mark David Chapman
    $800 4
After viewing the 1st atomic blast, he said, "I am become Shiva, the destroyer of worlds"
    $800 25
The "element" that represents Leo the lion & Aries the ram
    $1000 15
A Tolstoy short story was based on this composer's "Kreutzer Sonata"
    $1000 9
Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip
    $1000 10
The use of 2 contradictory words together, such as cruel kindness
    $1000 26
The only planet that doesn't figure in the zodiacal chart

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Lewis Christine
$5,600 $500 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Insisting on inclusion of a Bill of Rights, this N. Eng. state was last of original 13 to ratify the Constitution

Final scores:

Jim Lewis Christine
$3,199 $1 $1,000
New champion: $3,199 3rd place: Yamaha electronic keyboard 2nd place: Broyhill sofa + Regency scanner & alarm clock

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Lewis Christine
$4,800 $500 $4,000
20 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
17 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $9,300

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Game tape date: 1984-10-31
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