Show #137 - Tuesday, March 19, 1985


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Steve Grant, a sales consultant originally from Newton, Massachusetts

Al Ramirez, a stage actor from New York City

Ann Mattingly, a labor relation director originally from Louisville, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 22
"Sweet" name for volunteers who wear red & white uniforms
    $100 1
It's Latin for "and the rest"
    $100 12
Plastic food keepers sold only by the home party plan
    $100 7
"To tell the truth", this man of steel's voice was M.C. Bud Collyer's
    $100 6
Charles Perrault is among those credited with collecting this mama bird's rhymes
    $100 10
A dried grape
    $200 23
Recent star attractions at her Palm Springs center include Johnny Cash & Liza Minnelli
    $200 2
In French it refers to tact, the ability to say & do the right thing
    $200 20
Dustin Hoffman was advised to go into plastics in this '67 movie
    $200 8
FDR warmed the hearts of Americans with these informal talks
    $200 16
Carlo Collodi's 1883 tale subtitled "The Story of a Puppet"
    $200 11
Kind of tree dates grow on
    $300 3
If your plane lands in Madrid at 9 P.M. instead of 4:30, you might say, "Mas vale tarde que nunca"
    $300 21
Formica is a plastic developed to replace this mineral
    $300 9
His friendly feud with Jack Benny continued over the airwaves for years
    $300 17
Tale which boasts the toast, "God bless us, every one!"
    $300 13
State which leads U.S. in apple production
    $400 4
A German's response to "Danke schoen"
    $400 24
This acting troupe "On the Air" produced "War of the Worlds"
    $400 18
Longfellow hero who lives "on the shores of Gitche Gumee"
    $400 14
The meat tenderizer papain comes from this fruit
    $500 5
Once a year in Hawaii they might wish you this with "Hauoli la hanau"
    $500 19
Sequel to "Little Women" that showed how the other half lived
    DD: $500 15
1 of 2 hybrid berries named for those who developed them from raspberries & blackberries

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Ann Al Steve
$600 $200 -$500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ann Al Steve
$1,800 $800 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
On 2/29/50 he said, "I have the names of 205 Communist Party members... working in the State Dept."
    $200 1
The father of this hotel family married Zsa Zsa; the son, Liz
    $200 23
A barometer measures this
    $200 8
Founded by Macedonian conqueror in 332 B.C., it's Egypt's largest port city
    $200 3
What you are on this show
    $200 10
California grows 74% of U.S. supply of this "rabbit food"
    $400 20
"Sooners" illegally claimed land in this state before it was open for settlement
    $400 2
A chemical analysis ordered by Harley Procter proved it is "9944/100% pure"
    $400 9
Carrying the pilgrims to America, the Mayflower sailed from this port
    $400 4
The opposite of myopic
    $400 11
This white vegetable really is the flower of the plant
    $600 22
Our country's first Constitution
    $600 5
'49er who found he could make more money making trousers for the other miners
    $600 16
British music's "Mersey sound" is named for the river flowing through this port
    $600 15
What 2 opposite magnetic poles might feel for one another
    $600 12
Technically not vegetables due to their seeds, these berries are popular on pizza
    $800 24
Number of days American hostages were held in Teheran
    DD: $600 6
The name of this singer, which also relates to employment matters:

"Take this job and shove it / I ain't working here no more / My woman done left and / Took all the reasons / I was working for..."
    $800 17
The busiest port in Southeast Asia
    DD: $800 21
Two far west states with 10-letter names
    $800 13
The leading vegetable-growing country, it produces more than Russia & U.S. combined
    $1000 25
"Every man a king" was slogan of this Louisiana populist politician
    $1000 7
Pilot of Staten Island Ferry, he became 19th C. shipping & railroad tycoon
    $1000 18
By weight of cargo handled, it's America's number 1 seaport
    $1000 26
From Latin word for "health", it's the opening of a letter
    $1000 14
Field of agriculture that includes the raising of fruits and vegetables

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ann Al Steve
$3,600 $800 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The only major Hollywood movie studio currently owned by one person, Denver oilman Marvin Davis

Final scores:

Ann Al Steve
$7,199 $100 $7,500
2nd place: Sunray range + Vitamix breadmaker 3rd place: Nikko dinnerware set New champion: $7,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ann Al Steve
$3,600 $800 $4,000
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
10 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W

Combined Coryat: $8,400

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Game tape date: 1984-12-05
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