Suggest correction - #69 - 1984-12-13

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    $300 6
In 1950 his "Talent Scouts" cost only $2500 per show

Show #69 - Thursday, December 13, 1984

Ric Moser game 5.


Ed Sample, an insurance salesman originally from El Paso, Texas

Faryl Reingold, an administrative assistant originally from Denver, Colorado

Ric Moser, a printing broker from Raymore, Missouri (4-day champion whose cash winnings total $30,000)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
"Maverick" actor who starred in "The Rockford Files"
    $100 16
Nearly all of world's hops go into brewing this
    $100 1
Nickname of the British from the color of their clothing
    $100 11
Newsmagazine published by the Washington Post
    $100 21
4840 sq. yards
    $200 5
Jim Nabors' madcap Marine
    $200 17
Said to have brought secret of whiskey making to Ireland along with Christianity
    DD: $500 3
In the painting "The Spirit of '76", what the man in the middle is playing
    $200 12
Staid New York newspaper that first launched "Us" magazine
    $200 22
Excuse you should have if Kojak asks where you were at 11 last night
    $300 6
In 1950 his "Talent Scouts" cost only $2500 per show
    $300 18
They're America's largest vintners
    $300 4
1768 American war tune which was set to a 1500s melody
    $300 13
Childrearing journal that's called "The magazine only a mother could love"
    $300 23
What you should do with the positive before you eliminate the negative
    $400 7
All 3 original "Charlie's Angels"
    $400 19
Their Golden, Colorado brewery is America's largest single one
    $400 8
Brigadier Gen. O'Hara went through the final surrender in place of this English commander
    $400 14
Wm. Gaines can spoof WB films without fear of lawsuit in this Warner-owned magazine
    $500 10
He opens with, "The name of the program is 'Person to Person'"
    $500 20
Bronfman family, whose names means "brandy man", run this Canadian distillery, world's largest
    $500 9
The 2 foreign countries which fought on our side
    $500 15
Motto of this men's magazine is "More than just a pretty face"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 7):

Ric Faryl Ed
$0 -$300 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ric Faryl Ed
$1,900 $100 -$400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
He was the husband of Coretta Scott
    $200 1
European river that inspired a famous Strauss waltz
    $200 10
Printing 10,000,000 a day, they're in the "hall of fame" as largest greeting card company
    $200 16
This gymnast was 1st Olympic athlete to score a perfect 10
    $200 21
While those of apes are longer than their legs, humans' are shorter
    $400 6
Named for hair color & a black radical group, they fight for seniors' rights
    $400 2
State-of-the-art violins owned by Jack Benny & Sherlock Holmes
    $400 11
Geritol & Sominex are made by this #1 cookie-maker
    $400 17
She won more Wimbledon singles' titles than any other woman
    $400 22
The olfactory sense
    $600 7
Group which lost members by defending rights of Am. Nazis to march in Skokie, Ill.
    DD: $1,000 3
Church "chant" named for the pope who established it:
    $600 12
This steelmaker lost $1.2 billion in '83
    $600 18
Still widely considered the top female athlete of all time
    DD: $600 23
While CBS uses its eye, this network uses its head
    $800 8
Its deadline for passage ran out June 30,1982
    $800 4
What you play your flams & paradiddles on
    $800 13
Bennett Cerf headed this publishing house that won '33 "Ulysses" censorship case
    $800 19
U.S. women won '84 silver in this sport where each player plays each position
    $1000 9
Nobel-Prize winning organization, they oppose political imprisonment & torture
    $1000 14
Italian term for "very slow"; Samuel Barber wrote one "for Strings"
    $1000 15
Sec. Shultz & Weinberger formerly worked for this family-run construction giant
    $1000 20
100 meter gold-medalist, she then beat her chief Soviet-bloc rival in Zurich

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ric Faryl Ed
$7,100 $900 $1,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

American who founded dance schools in Fra., Ger. & Russia, but was played by Brit. actress in '68 film

Final scores:

Ric Faryl Ed
$9,200 $1,798 $1,801
5-day champion: $39,200 3rd place: Helbros watches 2nd place: Helix portable stereo component system & Speed Queen washer & dryer

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ric Faryl Ed
$7,600 $900 $800
21 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
4 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W

Combined Coryat: $9,300

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