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    $300 7
Phone problem response, title of '48 Stanwyck film
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Show #98 - Wednesday, January 23, 1985

Paul Boymel game 4.

Contestants

Gary Weisbrod, a diamond cutter from

Jim Timmermann, a newspaper editor from Los Angeles, California

Paul Boymel, an attorney from Potomac, Maryland (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $40,000)

Jeopardy! Round

ANIMALS
POTENT POTABLES
MOVIE TRIVIA
GRAMMAR
SHAPING UP
"WRONG"
    $100 17
Weasels, otters, badgers as well as skunks share this offensive weapon
    $100 24
Blended creme de menthe, creme de cacao & cream; or an insect
    $100 4
What Scarlett O'Hara used to make her green velvet dress in "Gone with the Wind"
    $100 14
Made on the typewriter with 2 hyphens or on a track by running 100 yds.
    $100 20
Her "Workout" is an all-time Top-5 video cassette
    $100 2
What a morning grump did to get that way
    $200 18
Type of animal a kingfisher is
    $200 23
"Liquid bread", it was often drunk at breakfast in medieval Europe
    $200 3
Number of "Mad"s in "It's a Mad...World"
    $200 13
Italics are indicated in a manuscript by doing this to the word
    $200 15
What runners call the popular 6.2 mile road race
    $200 6
Mae West film based on her play "Diamond Lil"
    $300 19
Type of sapsucker whose name is synonymous with "spineless jellyfish"
    $300 22
Based on bar survey, it's America's most popular cocktail
    $300 1
The Cowardly Lion's "crown" was made from this in "The Wizard of Oz"
    $300 12
These are always written out as words when appearing at the beginning of a sentence
    $300 10
Body-builders' nickname for their prized chest muscles
    $300 7
Phone problem response, title of '48 Stanwyck film
    $400 25
Animal that spends half the year and most tea parties in hibernation
    $400 26
Lynchburg, TN distillery that holds whiskey license #1, oldest in USA
    $400 5
With supernatural help, this baseball team beat the "Damn Yankees"
    $400 21
This cigarette's ads created grammar controversy over use of like & as
    $400 11
M. Navratilova follows Haas' "Eat to Win" formula by loading up on these before a match
    $400 8
In Cole Porter hit, it follows "Tho' your face is charming..."
    DD: $1,800 28
Type of wine that originated in Jerez, Spain
    $500 9
Name of the TV soap opera "Dorothy Michaels" worked on in "Tootsie"
    $500 27
Used to separate phrases or clauses which themselves contain commas
    $500 16
Exercise without movement, involving contraction of muscles against resistance

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Paul Jim Gary
$400 $300 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Jim Gary
$0 $1,000 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT WORLDS
ECONOMICS
PRISON SONGS
ART
U.S. GOVERNMENT
"RIGHT"
    $200 4
Julius Caesar went to school in this island known for its "Colossus"
    $200 11
According to Ben Franklin, nothing is certain except death & this
    $200 22
The Kingston Trio was stuck in this south-of-the-border slammer
    $200 15
Shade of Picasso's early period
    $200 5
Usual number of members on a petit jury
    $200 17
In hockey, this could be the favorite position of the John Birch Society
    $400 6
Jewish queen with her own book of the Old Testament
    $400 10
Along with supply, this economic force determines price of an item in a free market
    $400 23
When Tony Orlando got out after 3 years, he hoped his girl would do this
    $400 14
Katsushika Hokusai painted famous "View" of this mountain
    $400 3
What "U.S.D.A." on meats stands for
    $400 24
James Madison led the fight for its adoption
    $600 7
Class below the patricians, they were the general citizen body of Ancient Rome
    DD: $1,000 9
Total value of a country's services & good produced
    $600 12
This firm of lithographers published more than 4,000 different pictures of 19th c. America
    $600 2
From "crowner", representative of the crown, in some states this official doesn't have to be a doctor
    $600 25
Why you shouldn't do unto others if they did ill to you first
    $800 8
Originally called the Flavian Amphitheatre, it was flooded to hold mock naval battles
    $800 20
Though a factory owner, he helped Marx denounce capitalism
    DD: $300 16
(AUDIO DAILY DOUBLE) Prison where Johnny Cash was "stuck" singin' these Blues in '68: [Instrumental guitar opening plays]

"I hear the train a comin' / It's rollin' 'round the bend / And I ain't seen the sunshine / Since, I don't know when..."
    $800 13
Poet who illustrated his own "Lamb" & "Tiger"
    $800 1
Word meaning a legislature with 2 houses
    $1000 19
Classical literary language of the Hindus of India
    $1000 21
Critic of bureaucracy, his "Law" says work expands to fill the available time
    $1000 18
English architect responsible for rebuilding much of London after the Great Fire

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Jim Gary
$6,300 $3,200 -$300

Final Jeopardy! Round

MARTYRS
Executed by English for sorcery, later declared innocent and, in 1920, made a saint

Final scores:

Paul Jim Gary
$6,400 $6,400 -$300
4-day co-champion: $46,400 New co-champion: $6,400 2nd place: Sierra hearth stove & R.R. Sheibe Co snack tables

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Paul Jim Gary
$8,200 $3,200 -$300
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
10 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
2 W
6 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $11,100

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