Suggest correction - #317 - 1985-11-26

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    $400 9
Cinerama western that came to the small screen starring James Arness in 1978
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Show #317 - Tuesday, November 26, 1985

1st 24 clues only.

Contestants

Libby Webber, an administrative assistant originally from Kent, Connecticut

Greg Pieschala, a student originally from Michigan City, Indiana

Tony De La Rosa, a seminary and law student from Los Angeles, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $9,300)

Jeopardy! Round

NOTORIOUS
TELEVISION
STARTS WITH "Y"
MATH CLASS
SPORTS
COFFEE
    $100 14
Gangster Charles Arthur Floyd always carried a comb, though he hated this nickname
    $100 6
Tom Selleck was a bachelor who didn't win on this Chuck Barris show
    $100 1
Opposite but complementary to yang
    $100 2
The square of 9
    $100 20
He owns both basketball's Atlanta Hawks & baseball's Atlanta Braves
    $100 19
An average tree produced only enough of these yearly to make about 1½ lbs. of coffee
    $200 15
In 1927, he set a still-standing record for gross income in a year at $105 million
    $200 7
By 1954, 5,000 science clubs had been formed in the U.S. & Canada because of this Don Herbert show
    $200 5
Though he holds record for most pitching losses, a pitching award is given in his name
    $200 3
The total space contained within a 3-dimensional figure is called this
    $200 21
Nation that consumes about 1⁄3 of all coffee grown
    $300 16
Would-be assassin of President Ford who said, "I'm sorry I missed"
    $300 8
Art Clokey's little green guy, he started out as a Howdy Doody guest
    $300 11
American bands played it as the British marched off after surrendering at Yorktown
    $300 4
The amount of sides in a decagon minus the amount of sides in a hexagon
    $300 23
The leading coffee growing country in the world
    $400 17
When his son was taken prisoner by the Germans in WWII, he refulsed an offer to exchange him
    $400 9
Cinerama western that came to the small screen starring James Arness in 1978
    $400 12
Where pirates traditionally hang 'em from
    $400 22
With reference to fractions, what "L.C.D." stands for
    $400 24
Hulled coffee beans lose about 1⁄6 of their weight during this process
    $500 18
"That feeling just came over me", said this "Boston Strangler" when asked why he did it
    $500 10
Once Babe Didrickson & Amelia Earhart in TV movies, she's now "Webster's" mom
    $500 13
Cry used to urge on the hounds in fox hunting

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Tony Greg Libby
$1,600 $1,100 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tony Greg Libby
$2,900 $1,100 $600
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