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    $600 4
Lucy & Desi's TV production company
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Show #11 - Monday, September 24, 1984

Contestants

Dan Fuller, a tennis coach from New Philadelphia, Ohio

Mary Bowers, a public relations coordinator from San Jose, California

Eric Grove, an elementary school teacher from Los Angeles, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $11,300)

Jeopardy! Round

GAY '90S
POTENT POTABLES
STATES IN SONG
OLD TESTAMENT
HOLIDAYS
STARTS WITH "Q"
    $100 26
By '97 they had air-filled rubber tires, coaster brakes & adjustable handlebars
    $100 3
In 1935 Kreuger's Cream Ale was the first beer sold in these
    $100 14
It's where I came from with a banjo on my knee
    $100 7
Delilah gave him a real trimming
    $100 11
Italian-American's have made this their equivalent of St. Patrick's Day
    $100 1
Klugman's coroner
    $200 27
It sank in Havana Harbor & set off a war
    $200 8
Never swallowing, they sip, swish, gargle, then spit out what they sample
    $200 15
According to Beach Boys' hit, state with the cutest girls in the world
    $200 10
In Hebrew its name means "Sea of Reeds"
    $200 22
Though we "love" his "day", he's been taken off calendar of saints
    $200 2
Hugo's hunchback
    $300 28
On March 18, 1891, this mode of communication was inaugurated between London & Paris
    $300 9
This 19th century Philadelphia distiller's name became slang for liquor
    $300 16
State where you'd find Elvis' rain & Diamond's woman
    $300 19
Through sons Isaac & Ishmael both Jews & Arabs descend from him
    $300 23
The eve of All Saints' Day
    $300 4
"To be or not to be"
    $400 12
Derived from Hindu word for "5", describing number of ingredients mixed in a large bowl
    $400 17
The alternate lyrics to "I've Been Working On The Railroad"
    $400 20
The name "Palestine" comes from these Biblical enemies of Israel
    $400 24
In colonial Massachusetts, Puritans made this Christian holiday illegal
    $400 5
Oldest city in Canada
    $500 13
C2H5OH
    $500 18
Patti Page hit that is official song of a southern state
    $500 21
Sorrowful O.T. prophet, his name now refers to predictors of doom
    $500 25
Several Southern states celebrate his June 3rd birthday instead of Lincoln's
    $500 6
Popular name of the Religious Society of Friends

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

Eric Mary Dan
$1,000 $400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Mary Dan
$1,700 $1,600 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
SHAKESPEARE
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
HOMONYMS
LANDMARKS
TV TRIVIA
    $200 10
In '63, 200,000 Washington marchers heard him say, "I have a dream"
    $200 3
Shakespeare's only comedy with "comedy" in the title
    $200 14
Dave Garroway's sign-off, or a slice of cake
    $200 1
Every week this comedienne was "so glad we had this time together"
    $400 11
The last occasion Congress declared war on any country
    $400 7
In it, Puck comments: "Lord, what fools these mortals be!"
    $400 15
What Oliver Twist wanted, or Susan Anton's diminutive date
    $400 2
Richard Carlson "led" this number of lives as a communist counterspy & FBI agent
    $600 12
What Shylock demanded instead of interest
    $600 16
Olympic swimmer, or what a tobacco chewer does into a spittoon
    $600 4
Lucy & Desi's TV production company
    $800 22
Only state carried by George McGovern in '72 election
    $800 13
Completes the line "If music be the food of love..."
    $800 17
Expensive onion, or what happens when there's a hole in the bucket
    $800 21
Only 1 of the 7 wonders of the ancient world still standing
    $800 5
Series which pitted "CONTROL" against "KAOS"
    $1000 19
Justice Hugo Black, a leading supporter of school desegregation, was once member of this group
    $1000 8
Hamlet's closest friend, only major character left alive at play's end
    $1000 20
Plucked instrument brought to U.S. by slaves, now a fixture in bluegrass
    $1000 18
A peasant, or where you hang 10
    DD: $600 9
Though unmarried & childless, he lives in the world's largest residential palace
    $1000 6
Crooner who was 1st offered role of "Columbo" but turned it down because he didn't need the money

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Mary Dan
$5,300 $6,000 $4,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

TITLED HEADS
N.Y. financier Al Grimaldi is next in line for throne of this Mediterranean principality

Final scores:

Eric Mary Dan
$10,600 $11,000 $9,750
2nd place: a shelving system New champion: $11,000 3rd place: hair care appliances

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Eric Mary Dan
$5,900 $6,000 $4,900
18 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
2 W
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,800

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