Show #278 - Wednesday, October 2, 1985

Chuck Forrest game 3.

Contestants

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Mike McClain, a financial consultant originally from Alliance, Ohio

Ayofemi Stowe, a design engineer originally from Boston, Massachusetts

Chuck Forrest, a student from Grand Blanc, Michigan (whose 2-day cash winnings total $30,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

ANIMALS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
STARTS WITH "G"
NURSERY RHYMES
U.S. CITIES
TRIVIA
    $100 21
Even in the wild, this largest of apes takes a midday nap
    $100 3
Member of the lute family mentioned in the lyrics of "Oh Susanna"
    $100 16
Command to old dobbin to make him go faster
    $100 26
Hurdler who was nimble & quick
    $100 1
Ice cream cones & iced tea were both introduced at this Missouri city's 1904 world's fair
    $100 7
The name of Hitler's dog, or Deborah Harry's singing group
    $200 22
Name for both Chinese gooseberry & people of New Zealand comes from this bird
    $200 9
Class of instruments to which the flute belongs
    $200 17
An early warship propelled by oars, it's now just the kitchen on a ship
    $200 27
What Little Tommy Tucker vocalizes for
    $200 2
This Hollywood features dog racing & a beach boardwalk
    $200 8
The only 2 letters not on a telephone dial
    $300 23
The only 2 venomous species of lizards, Gila monsters & beaded lizard, are native to this continent
    $300 13
The 2 instruments associated with the Smothers Brothers
    $300 18
Member of the iris family with as many as 25 flowers on a single spike
    $300 28
Her dog dies in the 2nd verse, probably from malnutrition
    $300 4
Columbia, capital of this southern state, had no paved roads until 1908
    $300 10
The only 1 of the 7 dwarfs without a beard, though he was probably too stupid to notice
    $400 24
Cat-like animal raised for the secretions it produces which are used to make perfumes
    DD: $400 14
"Instrumental" title of this, only instrumental no. 1 hit of 1959:
    $400 19
Inflammation of the gums
    $400 29
They cost "one-a-penny, two-a-penny"
    $400 5
"Home" of the Air Force Academy, it has over 300 days of sunshine yearly
    $400 11
Until November 3, 1930, this was the name of the Bank of America, capisci?
    $500 25
According to New York's Bronx Zoo, it's "the most dangerous animal in the world"
    $500 15
If you put J. Arthur Rank's, Donald Duck's, & Chuck Barris' together, you might have a bonang
    $500 20
Refers to the moon when it's more than half but not completely full
    $500 30
Product reserved in bags for the master, the dame, & the little boy
    $500 6
During WWI, Germany torpedoed U.S. ships within sight of this, Virginia's largest resort
    $500 12
Lt. George Patton lost a medal in 1912 Olympics due to poor scores in this warlike skill

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Chuck Ayofemi Mike
$1,000 $100 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Ayofemi Mike
$3,300 $500 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
FOOTBALL
THE LAW
SCIENCE
CHINA
TELEVISION
    $200 8
This 1803 acquisition doubled the size of the U.S.
    $200 2
The 5th amendment guards against both self-incrimination & this segment of our show
    $200 1
One who'll give you blood or the kidney off his back
    $200 16
Red China encourages families to have only this many children
    $200 10
He played Superman in '50s series whose reruns are 2nd only to "I Love Lucy" in popularity
    $400 9
Though he said he found dueling abhorent, he participated in one in 1804
    $400 3
Matrimony by agreement of both parties, without a civil or religious ceremony
    $400 4
Around for 400 million yrs., there are now more than 2,000 species of these pesty cricket cousins
    $400 19
For some 2,000 years, in order to enter gov't services, applicants had to know his sayings
    $400 11
This newspaper for which Lou Grant worked was in L.A., not Chicago
    $600 13
In 1912, it became 48th & last contiguous state to join The Union
    $600 28
With 4 victories, this team has won the most Super Bowls
    $600 5
The 14th amendment protects against being deprived "of life, liberty, or property, without" this
    $600 12
Intact DNA was recently extracted from one of these ancient "royal relics"
    $600 23
Teng Hsiao-P'ing tried to unsuccessfully to persuade him to return to Tibet
    $600 17
Police show which began as "Toma" became much better known with new star & this new name
    $800 14
1st to hold a nominating convention, this 3rd party ironically chose Mason Wm. Wirt to run for Pres.
    $800 27
The primary feature of a "nickel" defense
    $800 6
Once applied to slaves, it's the general legal term for items of personal property
    DD: $1,800 21
Tracking these, coast guard rates them as bergy bits, growlers, small, medium, & large
    $800 24
Jiang Qing's occupation before she married Mao Tse-tung
    $800 18
He's coming out of retirement to defend Della Street, his former secretary
    $1000 15
Upon leading 1894 march of unemployed on Washington, Jacob Coxey was arrested for this trivial of offenses
    DD: $2,000 26
Number of teams in the NFL
    $1000 7
Not a pardon, which lifts punishment, it differs by barring prosecution
    $1000 22
3-letter suffix used to form chemical terms, esp. names of sugars & other carbohydrates
    $1000 25
The 2nd 5-year plan, which forced farmers into giant communes, was also called this
    $1000 20
To shed her good-girl "Waltons" image, she shed her clothes in the August 1985 Playboy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Ayofemi Mike
$10,500 $1,500 -$600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CONTINENTS
Of the 7, this continent has the greatest number of independent countries

Final scores:

Chuck Ayofemi Mike
$14,500 $3,000 -$600
3-day champion: $45,000 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chuck Ayofemi Mike
$10,500 $3,900 $1,200
24 R,
0 W
16 R,
8 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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