Show #339 - Thursday, December 26, 1985


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Jack Brodsky, a motion pidture marketing consultant from Los Angeles, California

Mike Wallis, from Clarkston, Georgia

Pamela Norris, a writer from Sandy Springs, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
"War can only be abolished through war" is among thoughts of this Chinese leader
    $100 12
Game named for fact that the ball is hit while fastened by rope to a pole
    $100 2
In the 1950's his "Tonight's" were spent writing for Red Skelton
    $100 17
Amy Vanderbilt said a man should not refer to this woman as "The Missus"
    $100 1
Judas has not only spilled salt but is 13th at the table in this da Vinci work
    $100 18
"Turned on" by the movie "E.T.", Neil Diamond wrote this 1982 hit
    $200 24
Pres. Reagan said struggle in this Central Am. country "is not right vs. left but right vs. wrong"
    $200 13
You can buck & wing, spread eagle, or double jump while playing this playground game
    $200 4
"Hunter" Fred Dryer gets paid to play a cop, but he used to get paid for playing this sport
    $200 23
Thought "unmanly", through 19th C., British sailors were forbidden to eat with knives & these
    $200 3
Monet supplied the name for this style of art by titling an 1872 work "Impression, Sunrise"
    $200 19
Neil Young had his only solo #1 hit while "searching for" this in 1972
    $300 25
N.Y. senator Alfonse D'Amato said both he & his bodyguard are afraid to ride these
    $300 14
The 1st were made around 1700 when wooden spools were attached to ice skates
    $300 9
Before "Bond"ing with Jane Seymour, he was "Saint"ly as Simon Templar
    $300 5
Dutch master whose last name was van Rijn
    DD: $300 20
(Audio Daily Double)
Title of this Rodgers & Hart song from 1929 musical "Spring Is Here":
    $400 15
Game that originated when archers began throwing weighted arrows in battle
    $400 10
1st name of "Ironside's" Chief Ironside or "General Hospital's" Commissioner Scorpio
    $400 6
Season celebrated in Botticelli's "La Primavera"
    $400 21
In 1981, Juice Newton said "playing with" this lady "ain't really smart"
    $500 16
555 cubic-foot "Super Bertha" in the Four Queens Casino is the world's largest
    $500 11
On "The Jackie Gleason Show", Crazy Guggenheim always entered & greeted these 2
    $500 7
Failing to understand his art, Spain's Philip II withdrew patronage from this Greek expatriate
    $500 22
"The King's" 1st big hit

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Pamela Mike Jack
$1,000 $700 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pamela Mike Jack
$3,000 $1,100 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
In 1727, his brother published "The Rhode Island Almanack" under the name "Poor Robin"
    $200 12
They're considered apprentices until they've ridden 40 winners
    $200 7
Spanish for "bravo", it accompanies the wave of a toreador's cape
    $200 1
It's what the "D" in D.A.R. stands for
    $200 6
In U.S., most of this glass ingredient comes not from shore or desert, but eastern inland states
    $400 21
This "Yankee Doodle Dandy" was actually born on the 3rd of July in Providence
    $400 13
The finish line is opposite this straightaway
    $400 8
An Argentinian cowpoke
    $400 2
In 1962, producer Jerry Moss & this trumpeter founded A&M Records
    $400 15
Whether made of fish glue or mica, "Oklahoma!'s" surrey had curtains made of this
    $600 24
On May 4, 1776, Rhode Island did this 2 months early
    $600 14
Weights up to 175 lbs. have been carried in this, the most prestigious British steeplechase
    $600 9
To polite Swedes, it's "Tack", to Danes, "Tak"; & to Norwegians, "Takk"
    $600 27
King William's, Queen Anne's & King George's were fought in America between England & this country
    $600 3
An alcoholic climbing back on the wagon might suffer these "DT"s
    $600 16
A person who sets glass in window frames
    $800 25
Deer may be hunted in Rhode Island, but only with this weapon
    $800 19
A race where 2 horses finish in a tie for any position
    $800 10
French term for the south of France that also means a calf length skirt
    $800 26
This Cambodian prince leads a group of guerillas fighting present Vietnamese occupation
    DD: $600 4
These names were the P & T in P.T. Barnum
    $800 17
Shatterproof glass used in windshields is a glass "sandwich" with a layer of this in between
    $1000 28
As early as 1652, Rhode Island enacted 1st law in North America against this
    $1000 22
Winning this 1985 race & $2.6 million bonus made "Spend A Buck" 2nd on racing's all-time money list
    $1000 11
German word meaning a person's ghostly double who often brings trouble
    $1000 23
Though born a Quaker, Nathanael Greene was 2nd in command in this war
    $1000 5
What the initials M.G. stand for on the famous British-made sports car
    $1000 18
Founded in 1902 by Frederick Carder in Corning, N.Y., it's the most famous American art glass made today

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pamela Mike Jack
$5,600 $500 $1,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Though 65% of its workers are in agriculture, this continent has lowest farming output, per capita

Final scores:

Pamela Mike Jack
$6,200 $999 $1,001
3-day champion: $23,000 3rd place: Panasonic compact disc player 2nd place: Trip to Carlisle Bay Beach Resort, Barbados

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pamela Mike Jack
$6,200 $800 $1,300
21 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
7 W

Combined Coryat: $8,300

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