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    $200 12
This Bonnie Prince led the Jacobites against the English in 1745
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Show #99 - Thursday, January 24, 1985

Paul Boymel game 5.

Contestants

Tink Miller, a controller originally from Sarasota, Florida

Jim Timmermann, a newspaper editor from Los Angeles, California (1-day co-champion whose cash winnings total $6,400)

Paul Boymel, an attorney from Potomac, Maryland (4-day co-champion whose cash winnings total $46,400)

Jeopardy! Round

SCOTLAND
THE '30s
KID STUFF
GANGSTER MOVIES
LEAPS & JUMPS
ROCK 'N ROLL
    $100 9
Lively "Highland" dance
    $100 8
He was voted Boxer of the Yr. 3 times during the decade
    $100 15
In rhyme, what Fuzzy Wuzzy was
    $100 4
In gangster gab, they're "choppers", "rods" & "gats"
    $100 19
Its distinguishing characteristic is February 29th
    $100 3
Group that "gathers no moss"
    $200 12
This Bonnie Prince led the Jacobites against the English in 1745
    $200 7
'30s divorce capital where Luce's "Women" awaited their divorces
    $200 16
New stuffed version of this popular beagle will wear a mohawk & be called "Mr. S"
    $200 2
Shelley Winters' "Bloody Mama"
    $200 22
Auto part you attach a cable to in order to jump-start a car
    $200 18
Elvis' '60 musical question for someone sitting home on Sat. evening
    $300 13
Cap with pom-pom named for Burns' hero
    $300 10
Famous choreographer of Hollywood musicals, his "Dames" & "Gold Diggers" danced up a storm
    $300 17
Ali Baba gained entrance to the thieves' treasure with these words
    $300 1
"Asphalt Jungle's" gorgeous golden-haired gun moll
    $300 23
To Annie, these were "leapin'"
    $300 26
He was the morning DJ on "W·O·L·D"
    $400 14
Of all James Bonds films, she is only singer to appear on screen while singing theme
    DD: $700 11
Established in 1935, 90% of all U.S. workers are required to participate in this program
    $400 25
Classical prodigy who composed variations on "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" at the age of 5
    $400 5
Color of the "Heat" that Jimmy Cagney felt in classic '49 flick
    $400 24
In this 440 you go: 13 strides, jump, 13 strides, jump, etc.
    $500 20
Featuring & called Saint Andrew's Cross, it has never been officially adopted
    $500 21
Bruno Hauptmann allegedly received $50,000 ransom for him
    $500 6
His gangster characters terrorized "The Petrified Forest" & "High Sierra"

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

Paul Jim Tink
$1,000 -$200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Jim Tink
$4,300 $1,100 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPE
AMERICAN LITERATURE
REPUBLICANS
WARS
SCIENCE
MYTHOLOGY
    $200 13
2 official languages of the Iberian Peninsula
    $200 3
"Under a spreading chestnut tree" it stands
    $200 16
Supreme Court Chief Justice from '53 to '69, who the right wing wanted impeached
    $200 8
Length of time of 1967 Mideast war
    $200 5
A rain gauge actually measures any form of this
    $200 22
Picture writing that gave us 1st information about Egyptian mythology
    DD: $500 12
Irrigation system still used in Lombardy was designed by this Italian artist/engineer
    $400 1
First name of authors Pene du Bois & Saroyan
    $400 15
First governor of California or any state to be of Armenian descent
    $400 9
America's foe in War of 1812
    $400 6
Ammonium carbonate, useful when crooners make women swooners
    $400 21
The Valkyries led the Vikings to this Norse heaven
    $600 11
Nickname for part of Norway where the Sun shines 24 hours a day
    $600 2
Number of years Richard Henry Dana spent "Before the Mast"
    $600 17
In '66 Winthrop Rockefeller became 1st GOP governor of this state since Reconstruction
    DD: $1,100 14
War for which Tom Lehrer wrote this song: [Instrumental piano opening]
"[Paul lip syncs] So long, mom, / I'm off to drop the bomb, / So don't wait up for me..."
    $600 7
Unit of frequency equal to 1 cycle per second that sounds like it could rent you a car
    $600 20
According to legend, whoever could untie it would become Lord of Asia
    $800 10
Slavic for plains, it's most populous country in Central & Eastern Europe, except Russia
    $800 4
He went "On the Road" to find the Beat Generation
    $800 25
Nevada Senator & head of Pres. Reagan's re-election effort
    $800 19
In 1939-40 Finns on skis fought invaders from this country
    $800 26
Latin for a botanical garden where trees & shrubs are grown
    $1000 18
Small mountainous country ruled by president of France & the bishop of Urgel, Spain
    $1000 27
"Dusk--of a summer night" is the first paragraph of his "An American Tragedy"
    $1000 24
President in between Grover Cleveland's 2 terms
    $1000 23
In 1801, the Barbary state of Tripoli became 1st country to do this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Jim Tink
$11,400 $4,900 $1,100
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHY
Each one of these 2 letters begins the names of 8 states

Final scores:

Paul Jim Tink
$9,800 $100 $0
5-day champion: $56,200 2nd place: Skyway luggage & Dakotah bedroom ensemble 3rd place: Oneida Silversmiths gift certificate

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Paul Jim Tink
$10,600 $4,900 $1,600
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
13 R,
4 W
6 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,100

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