Show #104 - Thursday, January 31, 1985

Paul Croshier game 2.


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Georgia Robertson, a music coordinator from Woodland Hills, California

Louie Malkin, a production control manager originally from Chicago, Illinois

Paul Croshier, a Marine Corps staff sergeant from Camp Pendleton, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
If you take a "Chance" in Monopoly you may "take a ride" on this R.R.
    $100 18
Cartoon character who says "th-th-th-that's all, folks!"
    $100 16
Known for saying "Be there" & "Book 'em, Dano"
    $100 8
Appropriately, 1st modern Olympiad was held in this city
    $100 6
A real hunk, or one of the 2 x 4's in the wall
    $200 2
Running again since '82, the Orient Express operates between Paris & this city
    $200 19
This 50-year-old had trouble in Finland because of his girlfriend, his nephews & his lack of pants
    $200 17
Written for his mother's anniversary, it's Lionel Richie's triple tribute to her
    $200 12
Under pressure, the Mormons renounced it in 1890
    $200 7
Closets are lined with this wood to repel moths
    DD: $500 3
The name of the train in this '72 classic:

"All along the southbound odyssey / The train pulls out at Kankakee / Rolls along past houses, farms and fields / Passin' trains that have no name"
    $300 20
They swam with Esther Williams in "Dangerous When Wet" & danced with Gene Kelly in "Anchors Aweigh"
    $300 22
a.k.a. the "Paternoster"
    $300 13
In '96, ex-ballplayer Billy Sunday embarked on this career
    $300 9
T-shaped tool that does windows but not laundry
    $400 4
What the "C&O" stands for in the C&O Railroad
    $400 21
Jay Ward's bespectacled dog with a pet boy named Sherman
    $400 23
In "The 12 Days of Christmas", they follow "9 ladies dancing"
    $400 14
A 4-1 favorite, John L. Sullivan lost 1892 championship bout to this "Gentleman"
    $400 10
Fibrous material split from palm stems & used for baskets or furniture in Dorothy Lamour movies
    $500 5
This country leads the world in track miles, but isn't even in the top ten in passenger miles
    $500 24
Scandalous novel of '28, it was banned in U.S. until '44
    $500 15
Revolt by "Society of Harmonious Fists" against foreigners in China
    $500 11
Accessories for it include "dogs", a "fender", & a "grate"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 8):

Paul Louie Georgia
$1,400 -$300 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Louie Georgia
$2,900 $2,400 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
In 1842, the Treaty of Nanking gave this colony to Britain
    $200 1
Powerful "draft" horses that pull the Budweiser beer wagon
    $200 12
Werner Erhard's seminar training
    $200 7
His April 1 Saturday Evening Post covers deliberately contained mistakes
    $200 15
Lucy's 1st choice for these roles were Gale Gordon & Bea Benaderet
    $400 9
Backed by Germany & Italy, his rebel forces won the Spanish Civil War
    $400 2
An animal is aestivating, not hibernating, if he is dormant during this season
    $400 18
Repeating a mantra silently for 20 minutes
    $400 8
His two worlds are of rural Pennsylvania & "Christina's World"
    $400 16
In 1955, Lucy recreated the mirror scene from "Duck Soup" with him
    $600 10
In 1806, his conquests ended the Holy Roman Empire
    $600 4
Tree dweller whose name implies 1 of the 7 deadly sins
    $600 21
They are based on the physical, emotional & intellectual cycles in the human body
    $600 14
He painted 3 portraits of Washington, 1 left unfinished, another used on $1 bill
    $600 17
They were both "born" on January 19, 1953
    $800 11
Born in France, along with Luther, he led the Protestant Reformation
    $800 5
Villainous name for dangerous bull elephants that live apart from the herd
    $800 22
Tarzan's yell was good model for this method of reliving childhood pain
    DD: $800 19
French impressionist in style, she was American's foremost woman painter
    $800 23
Lucy did it with Teresa Tirelli to practice for her part in an Italian movie
    DD: $2,100 13
The Statute of Westminster in 1931 established this group of countries
    $1000 6
Identity cards are issued for all 300,000 of these in Israel
    $1000 20
Pop artist famous for beer can sculptures & American flag paintings
    $1000 24
Lucy did a tongue-twisting commercial for this 23% alcohol "health" product

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Louie Georgia
$8,800 $600 $2,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In '60s speech to Congress he said, "All I have I would have gladly given not to be standing here today"

Final scores:

Paul Louie Georgia
$10,000 $0 $3,700
2-day champion: $20,000 3rd place: Excel exercise bench 2nd place: set of Pinseeker golf clubs & Bushnell binoculars

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Louie Georgia
$7,500 $600 $2,700
18 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
19 R,
8 W
8 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $10,800

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Game tape date: 1984-10-23
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