Show #184 - Thursday, May 23, 1985


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Bill Fox, a restaurant manager originally from Lake Bluff, Illinois

Bob Messer, an electrician from Phoenix, Arizona

Charles Beall, a public relations administrator from Duncanville, Texas (whose 3-day cash winnings total $30,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
Wynn, Asner or Sullivan, for example
    $100 1
Many of these drinking establishments still have separate saloon sections for the upper class
    $100 3
The almost universal response to a sneeze
    $100 15
The necklace a dog "itches" to wear
    $100 20
Red circle on white background with a red bar across a red "P"
    $200 11
Precedes "for broke" & "man, go"
    $200 2
Side dish for beef, named for a dessert & an English county, though it's not sweet & is served all over Britain
    $200 7
After spilling this, you should throw some over your shoulder
    $200 16
35 mph dog or vodka with grapefruit juice
    $200 21
To Paul Revere, this signified the British were coming by sea
    $300 12
In the Bible, often teamed with "behold"
    $300 4
While green is the color of Eire, this color is claimed by Northern Ireland Protestants
    $300 8
Americans' aversion to this "unlucky" paper money has upped govt. printing costs
    $300 17
Breed used as Hush Puppy trademark
    $300 22
A puff of white smoke arising from St. Peter's signifies this
    $400 13
A printer's space one-half the width of an em
    $400 5
England has not been invaded by a foreign enemy since this landmark date
    $400 9
Famous phantom ship supposedly still seen in stormy weather off the Cape of Good Hope
    $400 18
A dog's most highly developed sense
    $400 23
The seventh sign of the zodiac is symbolized by a pair of these
    $500 14
Term for an Irish father that titled a '78 Tony-winning play
    $500 6
Soldiers still guard Scotland's royal crown in this castle where the Scottish kings lived
    $500 19
National dog club whose "Stud Book" only allows pure breeds

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 6):

Charles Bob Bill
$400 $300 -$500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charles Bob Bill
$1,300 -$100 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
Of an infant, a teen-age girl & an old man, the one with the most bones
    $200 1
A military minister
    $200 10
City known as "The Cradle of Jazz"
    $200 18
Number of points on the Star of David
    $200 13
Quaker State Oil is headquartered in this state founded by Quakers
    $400 4
They "crack" because of gas explosions in fluid filling them
    $400 2
Military service whose official colors are scarlet & gold
    $400 11
Pipe instrument known as the "godbox" in jazz slang
    $400 17
Protestant translation of the Bible named for the British king who authorized it
    $400 16
Last name of three prominent New England religious intellectuals,
Richard, Increase & Cotton
    $600 3
It stores the bile produced by the liver
    $600 14
The length of a watch in the Navy
    $600 24
Though Irish, playwright Samuel Beckett writes in this language
    DD: $600 12
Where "I'm gonna dance off both my shoes" to the Jelly Roll Blues
    $600 6
2 words that "gospel" means & is said to bring
    $600 19
It's said Connecticut's charter was hidden in this type of tree to keep the king from taking it
    DD: $1,300 9
Though it makes up only 2% of the body's weight, it consumes up to 25% of the oxygen in the blood
    $800 15
In the Army, the insignia for this rank is a single gold bar
    $800 25
Ruth Gordon's husband. He's author of "Born Yesterday"
    $800 21
Term for jazz technique of shifting the accent to a normally unaccented beat
    $800 7
West Indian devil worship cult, whose divinities include Baron Samadhi, the god of cemeteries
    $800 23
The first English child born in America
    $1000 20
Civilian auxiliary of the Air Force
    $1000 26
He fathered "The Country Girl" & "Golden Boy"
    $1000 22
Mel and Ella excel at this, singing meaningless syllables instead of words
    $1000 8
What former astronaut James Irwin is looking for in Turkey

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charles Bob Bill
$3,700 $700 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 who were presidents during the Centennial and Bicentennial years

Final scores:

Charles Bob Bill
$0 $1 $1,200
3rd place: Jules Jurgensen watches 2nd place: White-Westinghouse stacking washer & dryer + 2 Char-Broil grills (1 portable) New champion: $1,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Charles Bob Bill
$3,700 $700 $6,300
13 R,
3 W
7 R,
5 W
21 R,
8 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $10,700

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Game tape date: 1985-01-23
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