Suggest correction - #9 - 1984-09-20

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    $100 13
The prime minister of England lives here

Show #9 - Thursday, September 20, 1984


Craig Hendricks, a history teacher from Long Beach, California

Lynn Strather, a technical editor originally from Hazleton, Pennsylvania

Richard Willing, a newspaper reporter from Detroit, Michigan (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $12,950)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Shakespeare's "star-crossed" lovers
    $100 8
She talked to Arnold's class about drugs on TV's "Diff'rent Strokes"
    $100 6
Dashiell Hammett detective played on the screen by Humphrey Bogart
    $100 7
Driving with a broken wrist, Janet Guthrie was the 1st woman to compete in this race
    $100 13
The prime minister of England lives here
    $100 22
They were formerly called the Sandwich Islands
    $200 2
The "lovable" family of Peter Pan
    $200 18
One of her early suitors was her husband's arch rival, Stephen A. Douglas
    $200 9
1st cousins Dannay & Lee wrote the Ellery Queen stories under this pen name
    $200 27
Though a hot prospect in '80, Beth Heiden was frozen out of gold in this Olympic sport
    $200 14
Feathered friend who lives at 123½ Sesame Street
    $200 23
Number of blank tiles in a Scrabble set
    $300 3
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof's" portly patriarch
    $300 19
Teddy's niece, her married & maiden names were the same
    $300 10
This agency's symbol of an unblinking eye gave birth to the phrase "private eye"
    $300 28
Never has to jockey for position as Mrs. Fred Astaire
    $300 15
He shared digs with John Watson at 221-B Baker Street
    $300 24
Longest river in Canada or the SCTV bros.
    $400 4
The Philip Roth character with a "complaint"
    $400 20
Her tough Texas husband preferred her nickname to calling her Claudia Alta
    $400 11
She's Agatha Christie's ageless amateur detective
    $400 16
"Kookie" Byrnes parked cars for Dino's Lodge
    $400 25
It's whom Boris Spassky lost the chess crown to in 1972
    $500 5
Pasternak's Moscow medic
    DD: $1,000 21
She was expelled from Society of Friends for marrying non-Quaker 4th president
    $500 12
Author of "Burr" who wrote chilling mysteries under the pen name Edgar Box
    $500 17
You'd find this at 1313 S. Harbor Boulevard in Anaheim, CA
    $500 26
Awarded medal as "1st woman to be killed in action" in WWII: she was Gable's wife

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

Richard Lynn Craig
$1,300 $1,100 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Lynn Craig
$4,100 $1,900 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
The first black in Big League Baseball
    $200 4
The adverb in "think fast"
    $200 21
An "easy rider" whose sister played an easy lady in "Klute"
    $200 9
Hilltop home of the gods
    $200 14
"Real men" don't eat this French custard cheese pie
    $200 1
Largest Soviet newspaper, its name means "Truth"
    $400 17
Forced to give up crown as Miss America because of photos in "Penthouse"
    $400 5
The superlative form of good
    $400 22
In the Bible, Aaron was this brother's mouthpiece in dealing with Pharaoh
    $400 10
He ultimately got "fleeced" by Medea
    $400 15
On the market since 1896, it wasn't until 1912 that they included prizes
    $400 2
Daughter of this Soviet ruler has been living in America since 1967
    $600 18
A symbol for black performers in film since the '50's, he won an Oscar as Best Actor in '63
    DD: $2,000 6
It can be common, proper, collective or concrete
    $600 23
Nursing mother who wouldn't make "house calls", she's Vanessa's sister
    $600 11
A challenge to any optician, these giants had only one eye
    $600 3
Soviet republic that has same name as an American state
    $800 19
As result of anti-slavery raid on Harper's Ferry, his "body lies a moldering in the grave"
    $800 7
3-letter ending of present participles & gerunds
    $800 26
Apollo's loving sister, sometimes served on the half shell
    $800 12
A "bull" of a man, he lived in a labyrinth
    $800 25
Soviet official who advocated using gasoline-filled bottles against Nazi tanks
    $1000 20
Harriet Tubman, who freed over 300 slaves, was 1 of its foremost "conductors"
    $1000 8
It comes at the end of a declarative sentence
    $1000 13
First member of the "me" generation, this youth fell in love with his own reflection
    DD: $2,000 24
Kenny Ball did this jazzed up version of an old Russian folk song

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Richard Lynn Craig
$9,700 $10,900 $2,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

The mammal that holds the record for the longest lifespan

Final scores:

Richard Lynn Craig
$50 $900 $100
3rd place: a "telephone center" New champion: $900 2nd place: a washer/dryer and watches

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Richard Lynn Craig
$8,200 $9,500 $2,400
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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