Suggest correction - #126 - 1985-03-04

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    $500 25
Term for total chaos derived from English asylum of St. Mary of Bethlehem

Show #126 - Monday, March 4, 1985

Bruce Fauman game 3.


Bob Boehm, an attorney from Arlington, Virginia

Yvonne Buchanan, an administrative clerk originally from Phoenix, Arizona

Bruce Fauman, a university administrator and professor from Vancouver, British Columbia (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $17,399)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
State whose license plate reads "Land of 10,000 Lakes"
    $100 13
By wearing 1 instead of 2, Michael Jackson made it his landmark
    $100 18
From French solider Nicolas Chauvin, who was steadfastly, loyal to Napoleon
    $100 11
A baker's dozen
    $100 1
He was both the host & voice of Howdy Doody
    $200 7
Indian name for "sleepy ones", 95% of this "Corn State" is farmland
    $200 14
Cher, Liz Taylor, & Boy George all switched to this hair color last summer
    $200 19
"Biblical" term for the thyroid cartilage that bulges in the throat
    $200 12
Weighing device used by "justice" & supermarket cashiers
    DD: $500 2
His "voice" sounded like this
    $300 8
Only temperate zone rain forest in the U.S. is on this state's Olympic peninsula
    $300 15
Current princess of Monaco who dropped Jean-Paul Belmondo's son for Alain Delon's
    $300 23
The tailor struck blind for having looked at Lady Godiva was 1st one of these
    $300 20
Cups of butter in a pound
    $300 3
Original number of Howdy's freckles, they equaled the number of U.S. states
    $400 9
The only leper colony in the U.S. is on an island in this state
    $400 16
Georgia couple who spent their vacation renovating a N.Y. Lower East Side slum building
    $400 24
From Greek "kurpos", meaning "Cyprus", which was an ancient source of this metal
    $400 21
From Latin "uncia", measurement taken from the width of a thumb
    $400 4
Last name of triplets Don Jose, Hector Hamhock & Phineas T.
    $500 10
These 2 states are "Cajun Country"
    $500 17
"Mr. Showmanship" whose Vegas museum's holdings include a $60,000 replica of George V's coronation robe
    $500 25
Term for total chaos derived from English asylum of St. Mary of Bethlehem
    $500 22
Number of feet in a fathom
    $500 5
Creature made up from parts of 8 different animals

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 8):

Bruce Yvonne Bob
$1,900 $0 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Yvonne Bob
$3,900 $1,300 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Mt. Logan was thought the highest on this continent till someone measured Mt. McKinley
    $200 1
Members of all nationalities except French can join this fighting force
    $200 2
Comedienne who penned "The Life & Hard Times" of her best friend "Heidi Abromowitz"
    $200 5
Common gas represented by the formula CO2
    $200 8
Maximinus Thrax, Marcus Aurelius, & Hadrian all held this ancient top post
    $200 10
In Rossini's opera, she's recognized by a bracelet, not a glass slipper
    $400 17
Different surveys have reported its height as 29,002, 29,141 and 29,028 feet
    $400 12
Name of the air arm of the German military
    $400 3
Originally in Dutch, "Het Achterhus", this "Diary of a Young Girl" is best known by its play title
    $400 11
In magnetism, like poles do this
    $400 9
Some walk a mile, but Rodrigo de Jerez sailed the Atlantic in 1492 & became first European to do this
    $400 22
Mozart's opera about a wonderful woodwind
    $600 19
A mountain chain in the Sahara bears the name of this mythical man who "bears the world"
    $600 4
Judith Guest's first novel that was made into 1980's extraordinary Oscar-winner
    $600 13
Measuring system established in France in 1790, called originally "Systeme Internationale"
    $600 18
In 1902, what you would have seen if someone showed you a dreadnought
    $600 23
Gounod had him tempt Faust in the form of Mephistopheles
    $800 20
The Las Campanas observatory in CHile was built to supplement findings of this California observatory
    $800 6
After pulling several "rabbits" from his hat, he made "The Witches of Eastwick" materialize
    $800 14
Over three-fourths of the elements fall into this category
    $800 24
Declaring "the world owes me what I need," he bathed in incense, dressed only in silk & wrote the "Ring Cycle"
    $1000 21
The most famous peak of the Apennines in Italy
    $1000 7
Scott Joplin wrote "ragtime" music, but this guy wrote the book
    $1000 15
The science of sound
    DD: $2,000 25
Italian composer of "Aida" whose name in English is Joe Green

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Yvonne Bob
$11,300 $2,700 $0
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

Gunmakers Remington & Sons began making this different product in 1874

Final scores:

Bruce Yvonne Bob
$16,300 $25 $0
3-day champion: $33,699 2nd place: Eastman Action recliner 3rd place: Excel exercise bench

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Bruce Yvonne Bob
$10,000 $2,700 $0
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
10 R,
1 W
3 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $12,700

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