Show #3 - Wednesday, September 12, 1984

Third episode.

Contestants

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Michael Ellington, Jr., a police officer from Los Angeles, California

Nancy Teri, a stockbroker originally from Wanatah, Indiana

Gunther Murley, a construction manager from Palos Verdes, California

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
3-LETTER WORDS
AUTOMOBILES
BROADWAY
ANIMALS
ROYALTY
    $100 6
This colonial inventor suggested Daylight Saving Time
    $100 19
A fedora, homburg or derby
    $100 1
He'd build you a Model T "in any color, so long as it was black"
    $100 8
4-letter play about 9-lived creatures
    $100 10
Scooby-Doo, Goofy & Pluto are cartoon versions
    $100 14
While on the Riviera, she made "To Catch a Thief" & caught a prince
    $200 7
On the eve of the Civil War, some 2,000 slaveholders were of this race
    $200 20
Quixote or Drysdale
    $200 2
This toy company builds more cars than Ford, G.M. & Chrysler combined
    $200 9
"The avenue we're taken to" in this long-running toe-tapper
    $200 24
"Eager" animal that symbolizes Canada
    $200 15
King for 72 years, he devoted more than 40 to building Versailles
    $300 21
Opposite of flow, tides do it
    $300 3
Powered by this, the Stanley Special won in Daytona in 1907 at 197 MPH
    $300 11
Nickname of the American Theatre Wing's Antoinette Perry Award
    $300 25
They include killers, humpbacks & sperms
    $300 16
Temporarily exiled in '53, this Islamic ruler was permanently banished in '79
    $400 22
Where things are nipped in, or Lou's partner
    $400 4
In Japan it's called "rasshu awa"; in L.A, 4 to 6 P.M.
    $400 12
2-time Academy Award winner who reprised "Little Foxes" in 1980
    $400 17
Royal families of Germany, Russia, Denmark & Greece could call her "the grandmother of Europe"
    $500 23
Some people have a quick one, which beats a ½ one
    DD: $400 5
Models of Ford, Chrysler, & Cadillac are all named for cities in this S. European country
    $500 13
100s of former cast members appeared onstage when it became longest-running show
    $500 26
Tibetan ox used to carry travelers and mail
    $500 18
Country where Queens Beatrix, Wilhelmina & Juliana were inaugurated, not crowned

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 6):

Gunther Nancy Michael
$1,300 $0 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gunther Nancy Michael
$1,500 $2,100 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

NEW TESTAMENT
COLLEGES
MOUNTAINS
WORLD OF FOOD
BASEBALL
ASTRONOMY
    $200 6
Jesus' first miracle was to turn water into this
    $200 11
A type of shoe or cloth, or where a Rhodes scholarship will get you
    $200 1
Like chop suey, this Chinese sweet was invented in America
    $200 19
Before 1859 they sat in padded rocking chairs behind the catcher
    $200 2
Self-luminous gaseous body, or hollywood "celeb"
    $400 7
According to both New & Old Testaments, how "thou shalt love they neighbor"
    $400 12
Home of over 52,000 Buckeyes
    $400 15
When its coffee crop was destroyed around 1870, Ceylon switched to growing this
    $400 3
The evening or morning "star" is really this planet
    $600 8
The "sea" that Jesus walked on
    $600 13
Latin for field, or college grounds
    $600 20
First volcano to erupt in continental U.S. since 1921
    DD: $1,000 16
What Merv has a lovely bunch of in this song:
    $600 4
Planet once thought unique, it no longer runs "rings" around its neighbors
    $800 9
In Damascus, "the scales fell from his eyes"
    $800 23
In 1934, Gerald Ford was voted MVP of this school's football team
    $800 21
Home to alpacas & llamas
    $800 17
French for "sour wine", one variety is literally just that
    $800 5
Launched Oct. 4th, 1957, it was Earth's 1st artificial satellite
    DD: $1,500 14
"Blessed are" these "for they shall be called the children of God"
    $1000 24
Women's college that shares Harvard's classes, housing & facilities but still is separate
    $1000 22
Tibetans call it Chomolunga, Nepalese call it Sagarmatha, both call it theirs
    $1000 18
Stem of a variety of lily, known in Old England as "sparrow grass"
    $1000 10
Only planet to have seasons similar to Earth's

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gunther Nancy Michael
$5,500 $4,200 -$1,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LANGUAGE
It is the 2nd most spoken language in the world

Final scores:

Gunther Nancy Michael
$2,500 $8,390 -$1,300
2nd place: Pinseeker golf clubs and Vitamaster exercise bikes New champion: $8,390 3rd place: a Teletec System, Inc, telephone

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Gunther Nancy Michael
$6,600 $5,700 -$1,300
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $11,000

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