Show #342 - Tuesday, December 31, 1985


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Allan Delaine, a substitute teacher from Clayton, North Carolina

Vicky DeFelice, a real estate appraiser from Laguna Hills, California

Dan Alves, an engineering supervisor from Santa Maria, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
Probably fiction's most famous detective, his 1st name was originally "Sherrinford"
    $100 1
Ironically, few people even lost their footing when this ship hit the iceberg
    $100 18
David Loggins asked you "Please come to Boston" in this season
    $100 2
It's the official "religion" of the Soviet Union
    $100 8
Name for Swedish botanist, Anders Dahl, who introduced them into Europe from Mexico
    $100 5
Ping Pong
    $200 10
A single-masted ship such as the "John B"
    $200 23
In 1972, this 1st Top Ten hit for Seals & Crofts "made them feel fine"
    $200 3
Of up, down or remaining the same, direction male life expectancy has moved in last 20 years
    $200 9
Lilies, hyacinths, & daffodils all grow from this type of bud
    $200 11
Among its entries might be the forward, preface, & introduction
    $300 20
Fighting in this war, Germany's "Seeadler" was the last important naval vessel to use sails
    DD: $300 24
Title once used on Oscar telecast to intro 2-time Best Supporting Actress:

[Instrumental music plays.]
    $300 4
Due to excessive alcoholism, drinking age has been raised from 18 to this
    $300 15
In flowers, it's the male reproductive organ
    $300 12
For those who need to see & be seen at restaurants, this jumping activity is a must
    $400 21
Rush to reach Cal. gold fields spurred construction of this speedy type of vessel
    $400 6
"In the future there will be fewer but better Russians", supposedly said this dictator
    $400 16
FTD means a florist who will help you make this "T.D."
    $400 13
To dispose of or postpone an item of business in parliamentary procedure
    $500 22
This British line, which includes "QE2", sent its 1st steamship across the Atlantic in 1840
    $500 7
Over half of all Soviet families have this many children
    $500 17
The petals collectively, or a model of Toyota
    $500 14
Static scenes of 3-dimensional figures, the annual Laguna Arts Festival features them "vivant"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Dan Vicky Allan
$200 $400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Vicky Allan
$600 $800 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
The June 1985 "Vanity Fair" featured this couple dancing on cover & kissing inside
    $200 4
The 2 killed in 50-gun salute celebrating fort's surrender were only casualties of this 1st battle
    $200 22
The milk of 50,000 cows goes into 1 day's production of this Penn. company's chocolate
    $200 3
State of Old Mother Hubbard's cupboard or Joan Collins in "Playboy"
    $200 11
Officially, he's the 264th pope
    $200 1
Studies are still being done on this genius' brain, saved from cremation in 1955
    DD: $500 16
w/circulation of about 20 million each, these 2 pocket-size periodicals are the biggest in U.S.
    $400 5
Side whose songs included: "Lula, Lula, Lula Is Gone" & "3 Times Around She went"
    $400 23
Dating back to 2000 B.C., earliest recorded references to candy are found in papyri of this country
    $400 6
Precedes ended, hearted, & minded
    $400 2
Indication that one accepts challenge of battle made by a thrown down glove
    $600 17
At the turn of 20th c., Edward Bok turned this magazine into model for all future ladies periodicals
    $600 12
Defiant battle cry that Admiral Farragut made famous at Mobile Bay
    $600 24
For a 1920's promotion, biplanes used these to drop Baby Ruth bars over cities & towns
    $600 7
A hussy or a pastry
    DD: $1,000 8
Color on the U.S. flag which stands for vigilance, perseverance & justice
    $800 18
This famous West German newsmagazine "mirrors" the life of the people & country
    $800 13
When Lincoln was assassinated, this Secretary of State was separately attacked but survived
    $800 25
America's 1st commercial candymakers were the Dutch bakers of this city in the 1700s
    $800 19
From German for "announce", to declare cards for a score such as in Canasta
    $800 9
From Roman times to the 1600s, the main procedure to get water to the fire
    $1000 21
Largest magazine publisher in U.S., it's noted for technical publications as well as "Business Week"
    $1000 14
Crunchy flour & water biscuit ration that was a staple of soldiers in both blue & gray
    $1000 20
This lets a guitarist change keys & not change fingerings
    $1000 10
Leavenworth & the Int'l Assoc. of Chiefs of Police supplied the FBI with their 1st 810,000 of these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Vicky Allan
$3,200 $3,800 $1,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Role played by J. Gilbert in the silents, R. Donat in the talkies, & R. Chamberlain in TV movie

Final scores:

Dan Vicky Allan
$6,300 $1,100 $1
3-day champion: $36,100 2nd place: Panasonic VHS camcorder & Karl-Lorimar VHS workout tapes 3rd place: Lane recliner

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Vicky Allan
$4,200 $3,800 $2,400
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W
17 R,
10 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $10,400

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Game tape date: 1985-09-04
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