Suggest correction - #84 - 1985-01-03

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    $300 12
The Smithsonian is now home to Candice Bergen's "brother"

Show #84 - Thursday, January 3, 1985

Liz Caccese game 4.


Bob Mette, a family doctor originally from Cranford, New Jersey

Pam Linden-Dernham, an operating room nurse from Los Angeles, California

Liz Caccese, a steam plant control operator originally from Chicago, Illinois (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $23,500)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 24
Brooklyn resort that's no longer an island
    $100 1
Macy's employee who performed the "Miracle on 34th Street"
    $100 6
Sport that allows players to throw bombs
    $100 22
These tubers make up 1/4 of all vegetables grown in U.S. & Canada
    $100 4
He's paid to laugh at Johnny's jokes
    $100 15
"Catherine" was the name of 3 of his 6 wives
    $200 10
Bridge from Nassau connects with this "heavenly" Bahamian island
    $200 2
While he performed 36 miracles, he didn't want his disciples to spread it around
    $200 7
Bernice Gera was the 1st in baseball
    $200 23
Peas, lima beans, navy beans & corn are examples of this part of a plant
    $200 5
He "Wanted..." to get out of television & made "The Great Escape" to films
    $200 16
Mastiffs, Pomeranians, & pugs
    $300 25
Worlds 3rd largest, some of its inhabitants are "wild men"
    DD: $500 3
Singer of the following:

"You wouldn't believe where I've been /
The city and towns I been in /
From Boston to Denver /
And every town in between /
The people they all look the same..."
    $300 8
They can be mashies & niblicks
    $300 12
The Smithsonian is now home to Candice Bergen's "brother"
    $300 17
It's advertised as "99 & 44/100 percent pure"
    $400 26
Galapagos Islands are home to only variety of this reptile to feed in the sea
    $400 18
Miracle worker for Arthur & Kate Keller
    $400 9
Number of fingers used to draw a bow
    $400 13
His presidential campaign won him the electoral votes of only Mass. & Washington, D.C.
    $400 20
Escape device used by hijacker D.B. Cooper
    $500 19
Cocteau said this artist friend believed it miraculous "That one did not melt in one's bath"
    $500 11
The words that announce the start of the Indianpolis 500
    $500 14
The Roaring '20s foremost evangelist, she founded the Foursquare Gospel Church
    $500 21
Apparatus one needs to read the writing in da Vinci's notebooks

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Liz Pam Bob
$0 $500 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Pam Bob
$2,100 $700 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
Galaxy we live in
    $200 6
"America's Birthplace", July 4, 1776
    $200 18
The chief administrator of a prison
    $200 1
Scandinavian homeland of Edvard Grieg
    $200 8
    $400 14
Human organ containing the smallest bones
    $400 7
It proclaims itself, "The Biggest Little City in the World"
    $400 19
Term for prison from word meaning "sorrow for wrongdoing"
    $400 2
His "Blue Danube" waltzed a space station through "2001"
    $400 9
Number of nights story teller Scheherazade kept it up
    $600 15
Known as "black light" because most of them can't be seen with the naked eye
    $600 3
He fathered 6 "Brandenburg Concertos" & 20 children
    $600 10
Feat in this Jules Verne novel could have been done over 4000 times since it was published
    DD: $800 16
About 8% of all snakes are this poisonous type, which includes adders & rattlesnakes
    DD: $600 4
He wrote "Onward Christian Soldiers" as well as "The Mikado" & "H.M.S. Pinafore"
    $800 11
Shakespeare comedy subtitled "Or, What You Will"
    $1000 17
Mineral that's the richest in uranium ore
    $1000 5
Melancholy Russian whose patron of 14 yrs. required they never meet
    $1000 12
Based on obscure Scottish scandal, it was Lillian Hellman's 1st performed work

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Pam Bob
$2,900 $2,500 $1,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

Lunar sea on which Apollo 11 landed

Final scores:

Liz Pam Bob
$5,000 $4,950 $1,500
4-day champion: $28,500 2nd place: Pinseeker golf clubs & Rayban sunglasses 3rd place: Alsy-Cycle II lamps

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Liz Pam Bob
$4,200 $2,700 $1,600
22 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
7 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $8,500

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