Show #299 - Thursday, October 31, 1985

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Dan Amok-Moran, a volunteer coordinator originally from Lyndhurst, New Jersey

Greg Miller, a sales representative from Santa Ana, California

Phyllis Kornov, a bank support officer originally from Miami Beach, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
In 1682, La Salle claimed the lower Mississippi territory for Louis XIV, calling it this
    $100 1
Lena Horne got her start in the chorus of this Harlem club in 1933
    $100 12
Willamette University, oldest in the West, is in this state
    $100 5
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper & Andre the Giant are among the "heavies" in this sport
    $100 2
Nonsense, or where you might go to get your pig cleaned
    $200 22
On Feb. 6, 1952, she was proclaimed queen of Canada
    $200 7
She majored in philosophy at UCLA, but became overnight star after "Ode to Billie Joe" was released
    $200 13
Freshmen traditionally had to wear this headgear as a symbol of subordination to upperclassmen
    $200 6
"Horsey" member of Britain's royal family, she competed in '76 Olympics equestrian events
    $200 3
Raw liver is a favorite snack of this head of Hazzard County & enemy of the Dukes
    $300 23
He was accused of treason & beheaded, but not before he found the Pacific Ocean
    $300 8
Oft-married actress, at age 13 wrote & illustrated tale of her 1st love--a pet chipmunk
    $300 18
Town called home of the University of Notre Dame du Lac
    $300 11
From Scandinavian for "shoot", its goal is hitting clay targets thrown into air
    $300 4
The Larousse Encyclopedia of Animal Life says everything about this African animal is ugly
    $400 24
On Sept. 7, 1822, Pedro declared this country's independence from Portugal
    $400 9
In 1943, at age 9, this singer had own BBC show, "Pet's Parlor"
    $400 19
This Cambridge, Massachusetts school charges even higher tuition than its neighbor, Harvard
    $400 26
Landmarks all over this city are named for sir Thomas Raffles, who bought the island it's on
    $400 14
Pitching for this team, Don Larson threw a no-hitter in the '56 World Series
    $400 16
Phrase which came from fact that the tender & expensive cuts of meat are on top sides of pig
    $500 25
In 1664, the English, in the name of this duke, seized Manhattan from the Dutch
    $500 10
Before taking this name, Brenda Gail Webb was part of her older sister Loretta Lynn's show
    $500 20
In 1971, he founded Virginia's Lynchburg Baptist college, now Liberty University
    $500 27
The Taj Mahal was built for this purpose
    $500 15
At 200 ft. below sea level, the lowest golf course in the world is in this California "low" spot
    $500 17
If you've run "hog wild" through this category, you've done it in this total way

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Phyllis Greg Dan
$1,100 $500 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phyllis Greg Dan
$1,400 $2,100 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
Bills for raising money must originate in this branch of Congress
    $200 24
1 of them begins, "There once was a man from Kent"
    $200 1
What "SWAK" on a letter signifies
    $200 11
Teeth too "smart" to make their appearance until age 18-20
    $200 5
World's number 1 motorcycle maker, it's also a major producer of cars
    $400 20
A member of this body recently said, "we're 9 prima donnas"
    $400 25
Congreve found its charms can "soothe the savage breast"
    $400 15
On Jan. 16, 1979, he & his family left Iran on a "vacation" from which they never returned
    $400 2
A snafu is short for this state of confusion
    $400 12
A boxer's punch to these bean-shaped twin organs can be deadly
    $400 7
Automaker that's tops in sales in Europe is this American firm
    $600 21
Of the 15,000 of these operating in Washington, less than ½ are registered
    $600 27
Alan Seeger had "a rendezvous with it" & met it in WWI in the fields of France
    $600 17
This controversial area, occupied by Israel since 1967, is just over ½ the size of L.A. county
    $600 3
What the North American "DEW" line is short for
    $600 14
An imbalance in the balancing organ located here can cause seasickness
    $600 8
French automaker that owns Citroen & also makes bicycles
    DD: $2,500 22
2 of 4 positions in George Washington's original cabinet
    $800 18
While King Hussein rules Jordan, Saddam Hussein leads this neighboring country
    $800 4
You can't get a shot at this "BAR", but you can shoot with it
    $800 16
Organ that filters & stores blood; malicious people "vent" theirs
    $800 9
Though GM no longer markets them here, it still makes these cars in Germany
    $1000 23
Immigration & Naturalization Service is part of this federal department
    $1000 19
This sheikdom's people pay no taxes & both medical care & the local amusement park are free
    $1000 6
The 2 countries whose soldiers are called ANZACs
    DD: $2,000 26
The 2 largest places on human skin which normally won't grow hair
    $1000 10
Of all European makers, these 2 whose names start the same sell most in the U.S.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phyllis Greg Dan
$7,300 $4,500 -$400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This planet's orbit comes closest to Earth

Final scores:

Phyllis Greg Dan
$5,600 $9,000 -$400
2nd place: Pilot stereo system + Broyhill curio New champion: $9,000 3rd place: Norelco pocket recorder

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Phyllis Greg Dan
$5,600 $6,500 -$400
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $11,700

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Game tape date: 1985-08-06
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