Show #159 - Thursday, April 18, 1985


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Steve Grubman, a pharmacist from North Hollywood, California

Mike Gayles, a technical manager from Liverpool, New York

Matthew Hubbard, a computer game designer from Palo Alto, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Only Great Lake with an outlet to the St. Lawrence River
    $100 14
3-letter word which is the general topic of Dr. Ruth Westheimer's radio call-in show
    $100 9
The most common of these used today is Angostura
    $100 2
The space on the paper to be filled in
    $100 5
His '64 film biography was called "Your Cheatin' Heart"
    $100 17
This etiquette expert is really Judith Martin
    $200 15
Comic strip heroine whose radio theme began, "Who's that little chatterbox..."
    $200 10
This peach-flavored bourbon is popular on both sides of the Mason-Dixon Line
    $200 3
The "courage" to pull out a feather
    $200 6
Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash & Elvis Presley all got their start with this Memphis recording co.
    $300 16
Los Angeles D.J. who took over the hosting job this season on TV's "Solid Gold"
    DD: $400 11
Liquor that this song's about:

"Jose Cuervo you are a friend of mine / I like to drink you with a little salt and lime / Did I kiss all the cowboys? / Did I shoot out the lights? / Did I dance on the bar? / Did I start a fight?"
    $300 4
You do it to grapes, doorbells & ducks
    $300 7
Guitarist who won "Cashbox's" best instrumentalist award 19 years straight
    $400 20
World leader whose summer home is at Castel Gandolfo on Lake Albano
    $400 12
European country that produces the most wine
    $400 8
This former pro ballplayer is country's top Black star
    $500 21
Continent whose major river system is the Murray
    $500 19
Name under which Barry Hansen "doctors" up popular weird song radio show
    $500 13
It's done to spiced wine to make it "mulled"
    $500 18
In the U.S., an invitation to dinner here is akin to a command & other plans should be cancelled

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

Matt Mike Steve
$600 -$500 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Mike Steve
$2,200 -$1,000 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
French medical pioneer who developed rabies vaccine
    $200 11
Muslin-covered, wooden-framed set piece, or how Joan Rivers refers to her chest
    $200 14
In Catholicism, the dead make amends here for their sins before entering heaven
    $200 4
German saturation bombing of this courageous city was called "The Blitz"
    $200 1
Vietnam commander Wm. Westmoreland sued CBS over remarks made on this show
    $200 21
Actor Robert Armstrong said of his demise, "twas beauty killed the beast"
    $400 7
Known as consumption in the 19th century, this disease, not a six-gun, killed Doc Holliday
    $400 12
In O'Neill play, a passionate stepmother & stepson found "Desire" there
    $400 15
Rastafarians worship this late Ethiopian emperor as God
    $400 5
This industry became the 1st form of U.S. transport to pass a year without a fatality
    $400 2
After starring with Gene Wilder in "Woman in Red", she married him
    $400 22
She closed her '50s variety hour with a big "Mmmm-wah!" to the audience
    $600 8
The 1st surgical anesthetic, it's been in use since 1842
    $600 13
Brother of the notorious John Wilkes, he played the finest Hamlet of his time
    $600 17
They started publishing their "Watchtower" magazine in 1879, the year they were organized
    $600 25
This du Maurier story was Hitchcock's U.S. directing debut & 1940's Best Picture
    $600 3
U.S. secretary of transportation who's married to the Senate majority leader
    $600 23
In Shakespeare, Julius Caesar's accusatory adieu
    $800 16
Empowered by a 1938 act of Cong., this agency guards against snake oil cures & excess rat hairs in food
    $800 20
The stage is dressed but the actors aren't in this musical with sketches by Jules Feiffer & John Lennon
    $800 18
Daughter of this congressman murdered by Jonestown cult is member of Rajneesh cult in Oregon
    DD: $1,200 9
Paralleling Westmoreland case, this Israeli general & former defense minister sued "Time"
    $800 24
As they both lay dying July 4, 1826, his last words were "Jefferson still survives"
    $1000 19
Discovered in 1957, this antiviral protein is useful in treating some cancers
    $1000 27
"Learn the lines & don't bump into the furniture," advised this Brit. author of "Blithe Spirit"
    $1000 10
Former Baptist preacher & LBJ White House press sec'y, now commentator on "CBS Evening News"
    $1000 26
This British Restoration king's last concern was for his mistress: "Let not poor Nelly starve"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Mike Steve
$9,000 -$2,600 $2,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1972, it surpassed the Model T to become largest single car model ever sold

Final scores:

Matt Mike Steve
$5,850 -$2,600 $5,700
3-day champion: $25,550 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen his & hers watches 2nd place: Speed Queen washer & dryer + Vitamix breadmaker

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Mike Steve
$8,600 -$2,600 $2,800
25 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
7 R,
13 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $8,800

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Game tape date: 1984-12-19
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