Suggest correction - #13 - 1984-09-26

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    $200 7
A 1939 college baseball game was the first sports event shown on this medium

Show #13 - Wednesday, September 26, 1984


Ben Camack, a film distribution consultant originally from Dallas, Texas

Deborah Kelly, a college professor from Chevy Chase, Maryland

Ed Osawa, a student from Torrance, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $19,000)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
Owned by tiny Denmark, it's the world's largest island
    $100 12
To treat it "you're gonna need an ocean of calamine lotion"
    $100 17
Currency where you'll find Lincoln's name on front & back
    $100 3
South-of-the-border setting of the '68 Olympics
    $100 1
Rubber is an ingredient in this type of chewing gum
    $200 9
New York's largest, it has more people than 41 of our 50 states
    $200 13
"She was afraid to come out of the water" because she wore this scanty outfit
    $200 18
4 little words carried on all U.S. currency
    $200 4
First visual effects Oscar went to Kubrick's look 33 years into the future
    $200 2
Easter creature created by Gene Autry in '55 hit record
    $300 10
Until 1949 a Dutch colony, now the world's most populous island nation
    DD: $500 14
He offered this prescription:
    $300 19
Replaced Adams in the presidency & the Indian on the nickel
    $300 5
Camelot "ended" when Jackie married him
    $300 20
Though a northern state, N.J. didn't abolish it until 1860
    $400 11
Made up of over 7,000 islands, only Far East country with a Roman Catholic majority
    $400 15
Herman's Hermits' song about widow whose 8 husbands all had the same name
    $400 23
The only U.S. coin with the Presidential Seal
    $400 6
He broke S. Africa's race barrier by transplanting black man's heart into white body
    $400 21
U.S. coin 97.6% zinc
    $500 16
According to Ray Stevens, "He swings through the trees without a trapeze in his B.V.D.'s"
    $500 7
After 11 months in captivity, crew of this ship was released by N. Koreans
    $500 22
Ohio City named for an ancestor of the 24th president

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

Ed Deborah Ben
$800 $0 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Deborah Ben
$2,900 $1,100 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
Though historians debate it, she's called "The Virgin Queen"
    $200 12
"The mother of invention"
    $200 1
Judith Krantz "princess" who reigned in novel & mini-series
    $200 7
A 1939 college baseball game was the first sports event shown on this medium
    $200 21
His only signed work is the "Pieta" in the Vatican
    $200 6
You can call me "merry" or you can call me "hairy" but you doesn't have to call me "Santa"
    $400 13
Country credited with invention of pasta, porcelain, & paper
    $400 2
Playwright Edward Albee asked "Who's afraid of" this respected British novelist
    $400 8
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has 200,000 of them
    $400 22
A gold statue of Prometheus towers over the ice rink of this N.Y.C. landmark
    $400 16
When John Wayne always arrived with the cavalry
    DD: $2,000 27
Of Henry VIII's six wives, the number that lost their heads over him
    $600 14
Tissue originally used as a WWI gas filter, but now literally something to sneeze at
    $600 3
Colleen McCullough's Australian saga
    DD: $2,000 9
1 of 3 Major League Baseball teams with state rather than city names
    $600 23
"Disarming" statue unearthed by peasant of Greek island of Melos in 1820
    $600 17
Things are never "hoop" less for this Manhattan team
    $800 15
1st developed for the blind, they've become the most widely used business machine
    $800 4
Author, columnist, & TV wit who said, "Housework, if you do it right, can kill you"
    $800 10
Ironically, ex-con Ron LeFlore led the N.L. in these in 1980
    $800 24
The Berlin museum is home to the famous bust of this Egyptian queen
    $800 18
He was Eddie Murphy's partner for 48 hours
    $1000 20
Printing press inventor associated with the world's most valuable book
    $1000 5
Long-time companion of Dashiell Hammett, she was played in "Julia" by Jane Fonda
    $1000 11
To help their owner pay off gambling debts, the 1920 Red Sox sold him to the Yankees
    $1000 25
Though it represents a woman, his 5-story Chicago structure has been called a baboon
    $1000 19
Gambler who paid the "Brice" for marrying a famous Fanny

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Deborah Ben
$8,900 $2,500 $10,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

Only 1 of 9 planets not named for a Greek or Roman mythological figure

Final scores:

Ed Deborah Ben
$17,800 $2,480 $3,000
2-day champion: $36,800 3rd place: menswear 2nd place: a washer/dryer and luggage

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ed Deborah Ben
$7,500 $2,300 $9,100
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,900

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