Show #169 - Thursday, May 2, 1985

Ron Black game 3.


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Jay Wernikoff, a computer salesman from Scottsdale, Arizona

Dorian Flanders, a tour designer originally from Aurora, Illinois

Ron Black, an attorney from Raleigh, North Carolina (whose 2-day cash winnings total $14,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
Though Judd Hirsch & Carol Kane both won Emmys for this show in '83, it was canceled that year
    $100 8
This soars when "tempus fugit"
    $100 9
In Abbott and Costello's "Who's on first?" routine, he's on second
    $100 1
This Speaker of the House plans to retire in 1987
    $100 6
How Elvis saw the red & green holiday in '64
    $200 20
Would you believe this series won Best Comedy Emmy in '68? Would you believe '69?
    $200 10
Hebrew term for "hello" or "goodbye" that literally means "peace"
    $200 15
His brothers Vince & Dom were also Major Leaguers
    $200 2
This son of Huey Long has represented Louisiana in the U.S. Senate since 1948
    $200 7
What both Vic Dana and Wayne Newton ordered the florist to send in '65
    $300 11
Camel cigarettes ad slogan first used in '21
    $300 21
Long before winning an Emmy for his sci-fi anthology, this writer won for "Requiem for a Heavyweight"
    $300 12
Hindu word believed to contain all sounds, often used as a mantra
    $300 16
During 1945, this team hit only 1 home run in its D.C. stadium
    $300 3
He's Chicago's 1st Black mayor
    $300 24
In 1926, they "gave out the news that the Southland" had done this
    $400 22
It won an Emmy & No. 1 ratings for '55-'56 season before falling in the quiz show scandals of 1958
    $400 13
French term that describes the feeling that something happening has happened before
    $400 17
Pirates' star whose plane crashed on mission to aid Nicaraguan earthquake victims
    $400 4
This former Kentucky gov. is married to Phyllis George
    $400 25
In his '84 tour, Bruce Springsteen sang a '66 Mitch Ryder hit about this "evil" woman
    $500 23
A special on this character's trip to China won Best Children's Show Emmy in '83
    $500 14
Irish nationalistic slogan meaning "Ireland, go free"
    $500 18
Last player to win Major League Triple Crown was this Boston slugger, in 1967
    DD: $1,000 5
Though later elected President, he was unsuccessful candidate for VP in 1920
    $500 26
Conclusion Elton John came to in '84 when he couldn't be "rollin' like thunder under the covers"

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

Ron Dorian Jay
$2,200 $0 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Dorian Jay
$4,000 $500 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Sheep provide this "wool grease" used in cosmetics
    $200 13
Chewy chocolate candy named for manufacturer's daughter, not a Dustin Hoffman movie "roll"
    $200 3
Iroquoian tribe for whom a punk hairstyle is named
    $200 11
Kronborg Castle in this country was the scene of Shakespeare's "Hamlet"
    $400 14
The only mammals that lay eggs are the spiny anteater and this
    DD: $1,400 5
Title of this song protesting the treatment of the Indians:

"Well I was a red man / I was proud, I was strong / You were the white man / And you stole away my home...the way you bring me down / Make me wish that I was dead"
    $400 17
In the middle of the John Connally loop in San Antonio is this former Spanish mission
    $600 15
If a man ate proportionately as much as this smallest mammal, he would consume over 500 lbs. a day
    $600 21
You put this colored sweet on oatmeal, but in '71, the Rolling Stones put it on the charts
    $600 6
Cochise, whose name means "firewood", led Chiricahua band of this tribe
    $600 1
Related by marriage to Princess Diana, she's the queen of the romance novel
    $600 9
Its base spans the width of the promenade of the park of the Champ de Mars
    $800 16
The mammals with the least amount of body hair live in this type of environment
    $800 20
From Italian for "fine box of confections," it's almond paste in fruit shapes
    $800 7
"Sorrowful" term for long forced march of the Cherokee to Oklahoma, on which many died
    $800 2
Her collected stories won her '66 Pulitzer Prize, but her only novel, "Ship of Fools" won her fame
    $800 12
A tour of this big "ditch" might start at the Miraflores locks
    $1000 18
From bulldogs to giraffes, almost all mammals have this number of bones in their necks
    $1000 19
From old German meaning "sacrificial cake", it's a Spanish cream custard
    $1000 10
Allies of the Kiowa, they eluded bullets & arrows by hanging on side or under horses
    $1000 8
Short, dark creator of "Big Blonde", she was more famous for her wit around the Algonquin Round Table
    $1000 23
At 1 First St. N.E., Washington. D.C. is this building where landmark decisions are made
    $1000 22
The 2 things you have to know to win on "Dialing for Dollars"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Dorian Jay
$4,800 $3,100 -$1,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Number of stars on the U.S. flag which served the longest

Final scores:

Ron Dorian Jay
$6,201 $6,195 -$1,200
3-day champion: $20,701 2nd place: Frigidaire range + Vitamaster exercise bikes 3rd place: Berkline recliner

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ron Dorian Jay
$5,700 $3,100 -$1,200
26 R
(including 1 DD),
9 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
1 W
11 R,
8 W

Combined Coryat: $7,600

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Game tape date: 1985-01-09
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