Show #272 - Tuesday, September 24, 1985

Contestants

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April Zwick, an attorney originally from St. Petersburg, Florida

Rob Lai, an insurance investigator from Los Angeles, California

Joe Alley, a student originally from Huntsville, Alabama (whose 2-day cash winnings total $9,199)

Jeopardy! Round

"FOR" WORDS
RELIGION
MAGAZINES
NUMBER PLEASE
THE HUMAN BODY
FAMOUS DUCKS
    $100 14
An herb with a small blue or white flower, its name should be easy to remember
    $100 26
The Arabic name for God
    $100 6
This "Hustler" publisher was sentenced to jail for wearing an unauthorized Purple Heart
    $100 1
Total number of colonies involved in the American Revolution against England
    $100 11
The skin covering the top of the head
    $100 19
Groucho's duck gave you $100 if you did this
    $200 15
Virtue often called intestinal
    $200 27
His title comes from the Latin "papa", meaning father
    $200 7
As of October 1985, these will be missing from the centerfolds of Playboy magazines
    $200 2
Number of sticks in a traditional "Popsicle"
    $200 25
Lumbar refers to this area of the spine
    $200 21
Sparkling wine, usually a mixture of champagne & sparkling burgundy
    $300 16
In song "My Darlin' Clementine", her father was this kind of miner
    $300 28
The patron saint of messengers, he told Mary she was pregnant
    $300 8
"InCIDER" is a magazine for users of this company's computers
    $300 3
Number of years in a century minus a decade
    $300 12
30% of adults don't develop this typical number of teeth
    DD: $2,100 22
(Audio Daily Double)
He usually ended his '60s TV show with song about a duck:
    $400 17
How Shakespeare said "Indeed!"
    $400 9
Magazine featured on the Feb. 4, 1985 "Newsweek" cover about Ariel Sharon
    $400 4
Total number of Miss Americas in calendar year 1984
    $400 13
The 2 bones in it are the radius & ulna
    $400 23
Teams from this PAC 10 school are nicknamed the "Ducks"
    $500 18
Very loudly, as in music
    $500 10
In 1920, a "Popular Science" headline read, "Do We Dare Use This Power?"
    $500 5
Total of each of the digits in this year added together
    $500 20
The hamstrings are tendons located at the back of this
    $500 24
'30s comic who asked, "Wanna buy a duck?"

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

Joe Rob April
$1,800 $1,300 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Rob April
$0 $1,600 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

"BACK" WORDS
ELECTIONS
WORLD WAR II
WOMEN AUTHORS
FOLK MUSIC
TRAVEL U.S.A.
    $200 3
After a concert, it's where groupies go to get a glimpse of Michael, Bruce or Madonna
    $200 21
He was the 1st Democrat ever elected to the Senate from Minnesota
    $200 23
Italian car company that built fighter planes
    $200 1
In Chinese trilogy by Pearl S. Buck, "Sons" & "House Divided" followed this novel
    $200 7
Once a member of the New Christy Minstrels, this "Gambler" later became a top C&W artist
    $200 16
To visit relatives in Athens, Albany & Augusta, you'd go to this "peachy" state
    $400 12
An excessive inward curvature of the spine, or Old Dobbin's condition
    $400 22
In 1912, this former president ran a 3rd party campaign & came in 2nd
    $400 24
Last time FDR met Churchill & Stalin was at this Soviet resort in the Crimea
    $400 2
Edna Ferber's novel "Giant" raised a giant uproar from natives of this state
    $400 8
Called "Queen of the Folk Singers", "Black was the color of her true love's hair", & her own
    $400 17
New England's only national park, Acadia is in this "Pine Tree" state
    $600 13
It can make a big impression on a careless catcher when he runs for a pop foul
    $600 25
At his 1925 court martial, this advocate of U.S. air power predicted Japanese air attack on Hawaii
    $600 4
Pen names "Currier, Ellis, & Acton Bell" used real initials of these three sisters
    $600 9
Bob Shane, Dave Guard & Nick Reynolds
    $600 18
If you drove directly north from Kansas to South Dakota, you'd pass through this state
    $800 14
To slander the character of someone not present
    $800 5
As "Isak Dinesen", Danish baroness Karen Blixen wrote about this continent she chose as her 2nd home
    $800 10
Formed in 1948 under the aegis of Pete Seeger, by 1950 they were "On Top of Old Smoky" & the charts
    DD: $3,000 19
The 4 states which meet at the Southwest's "Four Corners
    $1000 15
German for twice-baked, it's as often gummed as chewed
    $1000 6
Jessamyn West's books like "The Friendly Persuasion" center on this religion
    $1000 11
Sylvia Fricker was the "better half" of this top Canadian duo of the '60s
    $1000 20
This California desert town usually has honors for the hottest spot in the U.S., all "sewn up"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Rob April
$7,000 $5,400 $2,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
On Sept. 8, 1825, he left for France with honorary U.S. citizenship, $200,000 & 23,000 acres in Florida

Final scores:

Joe Rob April
$3,100 $6,399 $4,400
3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer New champion: $6,399 2nd place: Windjammer Bahamas Barefoot cruise

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joe Rob April
$6,900 $5,400 $2,200
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
1 W
13 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $14,500

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