Show #145 - Friday, March 29, 1985


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Garrett Garland, a real estate developer originally from Cleveland, Ohio

Dan Staub, a retail manager originally from Highland Park, Illinois

Colleen Fitzpatrick, an engineer and physicist originally from New Orleans, Louisiana

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 18
Of Queen Elizabeth II, Margaret Thatcher & Pope John Paul II, one who didn't visit U.S. in '83
    $100 2
Nickname Earvin Johnson uses when performing "hoop tricks"
    $100 21
L.A. student John Parker holds record for having swallowed 300 of these
    $100 13
On the 9th day of the 9th month, the Chinese spend the day flying these toys
    $100 1
City which contains the 25th of April bridge & 1/5 of Portugal's people
    $100 8
Ironically, this '20s movie idol said fidelity was the trait he most valued in women
    $200 19
Event of May '83 which almost put the California town of Coalinga off the map
    $200 3
Halfback Elroy Hirsch's goofy gams
    $200 22
These inanimate pets were a fad in the '70s
    $200 14
The 4 possible days in a 3-day weekend
    $200 7
World famous Austrian choir which sings every Sunday in the Hofburgkapelle
    $200 9
So far, Judy Carne has been the only one to "sock it to him" at the altar
    $300 20
In its 1st week it took in $41,131,399, surpassing by $16 million the record set by "E.T."
    $300 4
Reptilian nickname of drag racing's Don Prudhomme
    $300 15
In 1882, the Knights of Labor decided their Labor Day would always fall on this
    $300 10
Country associated with lace, waffles & Hercule Poirot
    $300 11
His obsessive lifelong search was for "Venus", though he's famous for his book about men from Mars
    $400 23
Terrorist bomb attacks on U.S. installations in this city occurred in April & October
    $400 5
Diminutive by which '50s tennis sensation Maureen Connolly was known
    $400 16
The only place in the continental U.S. for which Congress is actually allowed to create a holiday
    $400 12
In 1926 movie starring John Barrymore as this lover, he bestowed 191 kisses, one every 53 seconds
    $500 6
Legendary thoroughbred also known as "Big Red"
    $500 17
A legal holiday in Britain is called this, because of the institutions that close on it

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

Colleen Dan Garrett
$600 $600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Colleen Dan Garrett
$700 $2,000 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

X, Y, & Z
    $200 2
A conductor's is at least 15" long & beats musical time
    $200 1
Pneumatic devices use this compressed substance for power
    $200 10
Disney film in which "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo" turned a pumpkin into a coach
    $200 5
This cathedral's bells made Quasimodo a little "dingy"
    $200 6
The largest U.S. franchise chain has over 1500 restaurants abroad, 450 of them in Japan
    $200 19
To the Air Force, it's wild & blue
    $400 3
Leroy Anderson wrote the only orchestral piece featuring this office machine
    $400 12
Number of atoms in a molecule of water
    $400 11
Magicians do it with trickery, but Jesus did it for real at the wedding feast at Cana
    $400 8
Space-traveling royal youngster whom Antoine de Saint-Exupery met in the desert
    $400 7
These disposable diapers are Procter & Gamble's biggest single moneymaker
    $400 20
Where the Village People told young men to go in '79
    $600 4
A veteran soldier, his steed, or a hackneyed piece of an orchestra's repertoire
    DD: $1,500 13
One of two points where the Earth's axis of rotation meets the surface
    $600 24
Stick used by water witchers to find water underground
    $600 9
"The Song of Roland", most famous French epic, centers around this medieval ruler
    $600 21
The Jews who died at Masada, or any fanatic believers in a cause
    $800 16
How the orchestra plays "piano" without one
    $800 14
Night-sight gun scopes measure heat radiation in this range
    $800 25
Meaning "ready finger" in Latin, it's a term for sleight of hand
    $800 17
Dealing with adultery in a Normandy village, this Flaubert work is considered the perfect Fr. novel
    $800 22
1972 love triangle starring Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Caine & Susannah York
    $1000 15
The main part of natural gas, it's sometimes called marsh gas or firedamp
    $1000 18
Jean-Paul Sartre made a grand "entrance" into the world of drama with this 1945 play
    $1000 26
Biggest U.S. maker of laundry appliances, half their output is sold by Sears as Kenmore
    $1000 23
The case of Baby Fae brought this new English word for a cross-species transplant into the news

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Colleen Dan Garrett
$3,800 $8,800 -$700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the oldest independent country in the Western Hemisphere

Final scores:

Colleen Dan Garrett
$0 $7,800 -$700
2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa + Frigidaire compact washer & dryer New champion: $7,800 3rd place: Smith Corona electronic typewriter

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Colleen Dan Garrett
$2,900 $8,800 -$700
12 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
22 R,
3 W
13 R,
11 W

Combined Coryat: $11,000

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Game tape date: 1984-12-11
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