Show #148 - Wednesday, April 3, 1985


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George Shultz, a writing teacher from Garden Grove, California

Susan Taggart, a claims representative from Burbank, California

Sal Manna, a freelance journalist originally from New York City (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
Number of major parties in the American "system"
    $100 1
Sounds like the favorite shot of Peter Pan's nemesis
    $100 10
Holland, Michigan holds an annual festival dedicated to these flowers
    $100 12
"Captain Kangaroo", Bob Keeshan, formerly played this role on "Howdy Doody"
    $100 25
State that's trying to recover Ellis Island from New York
    $100 2
It followed Mary to school one day, "which was against the rules"
    $200 14
A limping mallard, or a president who loses his re-election bid
    $200 5
Height of the basket
    $200 11
Varieties of this flower include "mariposa", "tiger" & "of the valley"
    $200 15
For 4 years in this series, Lt. Philip Gerard chased Dr. Richard Kimble who chased Fred Johnson
    $200 3
Defined as school activities outside the regular course of study
    $300 16
Of right to bear arms, right of suffrage & right of assembly, the one not guaranteed in the Bill of Rights
    $300 6
Atlanta's basketball "birds"
    $300 17
In 1960 film, Doris Day didn't want anybody to eat these
    $300 22
The villain Egghead on "Batman", he now hosts "Mystery!" on PBS
    $300 4
Federal preschool program for the poor that gives kids what its title promises
    $400 21
The 23rd Amendment, ratified in 1961, gave 3 electoral votes to this region
    $400 7
Making it is called a "conversion"
    $400 18
Ironically, not a rose at all, though this flower's name means "first rose"
    $400 23
He was Topper on "Topper" & Mr. Waverly on "The Man from U.N.C.L.E."
    DD: $600 9
According to title of 1963 Beach Boys' hit, what you should do if someone puts down your school
    $500 26
Term for number of members of a legislative body necessary to conduct official business
    $500 8
He was NBA scoring champ for 7 straight years
    $500 19
3-petaled iris that served as emblem of French kings & is now part of Boy Scout badge
    $500 24
Nicknames of the kids on "Double Trouble", or Saint James & Curtin in their series
    $500 20
In America a gymnasium is a gym, but in Germany it's this

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

Sal Susan George
$900 -$100 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sal Susan George
$1,500 $2,600 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
These stargazers are also called "astrophysicists"
    $200 2
Because Janet Cooke's story about an 8-year-old addict was a hoax, the Washington Post gave this back
    $200 12
"Merry old soul" with "fiddlers 3"
    $200 7
1939 Steinbeck classic in which George tells Lenny about the rabbits
    $200 15
At nearly 7,000 feet, this capital of New Mexico is the highest
    $200 23
200 milligrams, not a bunny's brunch
    $400 17
Its chemical symbol is C
    $400 3
National paper that's the Gannett chain's largest
    $400 13
All Biblical kings of Judah descended from this king of Israel
    $400 8
Before winning Best Actress for "Mildred Pierce", she was labeled box office poison
    $400 16
The capital with the smallest population is Montpelier in this state
    $400 24
Actress known for statements like, "I never hated a man enough to give him his diamonds back"
    $600 18
According to Neil Young, this "hydrated ferric oxide" never sleeps
    $600 4
Jack Anderson was this late columnist's assistant
    $600 14
Taking the crown from the Pope, he crowned himself emperor in 1804
    $600 9
First called "Night Bus", this '34 film drove away with Best Picture, acting, Director & Writing Oscars
    $600 22
The southernmost of all state capitals
    DD: $1,800 25
In '73, this song really shone for Seals & Crofts:

"Oh, my love / You're like a precious stone / Part of earth where / Heaven has rained on"
    $800 19
Both athlete's foot & truffles are types of this kind of plant
    DD: $1,200 5
One of two California newspapers published by the Hearst Corp.
    $800 20
Both Morocco's Hassan & Jordan's Hussein claim direct descent from him
    $800 10
Later a TV star, this actor self-destructed as a barrack's spy in "Stalag 17"
    $1000 6
Originally sending out dispatches via homing pigeon, he founded Britain's major news agency
    $1000 21
This family, which at times ruled Spain & the Holy Roman Empire, ruled Austria until 1918
    $1000 11
In '57, this English star cross-examined the "Witness for the Prosecution"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sal Susan George
$5,100 $7,600 $1,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In a standard deck of playing cards, the only suit that does not have a one-eyed face card

Final scores:

Sal Susan George
$0 $4,900 $1,000
3rd place: Landes coffee & tea set New champion: $4,900 2nd place: Broyhill sofa + Frigidaire microwave oven

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sal Susan George
$4,700 $6,400 $1,700
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $12,800

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Game tape date: 1984-12-12
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