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    $600 18
Ask him if he can name his autobiography, & he'll say "Yes I Can"
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Show #330 - Friday, December 13, 1985

Contestants

Sally Reed, a retired social service administrator from Redlands, California

Louis Lang, a trial lawyer from Skokie, Illinois

Rocky Schmidt, an attorney originally from Edmore, North Dakota (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $12,000)

Jeopardy! Round

TENNIS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
"GARDENS"
TV NEIGHBORS
EARLY MAN
LEFTOVERS
    $100 3
Originally, it was 7 ft. at the ends, sagging to 5 ft. in the middle
    $100 17
The 501, his original style, is still much the same, give or take a few rivets
    $100 5
Adam & Eve naturally hung out there
    $100 1
They could always borrow sugar from the Rubbles
    $100 22
With Homo habilas & Homo erectus, the only other species of Homo known to have existed
    $100 12
German for "a garden of children"
    $200 4
In 1900, a trophy for int'l competition was donated by Dwight Davis, student at this Boston area U.
    $200 18
Japan's prime minister Tanaka was tried in '75 for accepting bribes from this aircraft company
    $200 19
Nebuchadnezzar's "suspended greenhouse", it once stood near what is now Baghdad
    $200 2
Originally, the Jeffersons lived next door to them
    $200 13
According to the 18th c. baptismal records of this English capital, 75% of children under 5 there died
    $300 6
Long before losing to Billie Jean King, he won at Wimbledon in 1939
    $300 20
Hotel chain that sleeps the most Americans
    $300 26
A multiple-unit dwelling with a considerable lawn space
    $300 7
Sometimes Thorny was a thorn in his side
    $300 14
Of a jack rabbit, greyhound, or race horse, the 1 that can reach the fastest speed
    $400 9
His U.S. Open win made him 1st Black U.S. men's national singles champion
    $400 21
Its rooster squared off against Pocket Books' kangaroo to become #1 in U.S. paperback book sales
    $400 27
Copenhagen, Denmark's famous amusement park
    $400 8
Because he was their banker, Mr. Drysdale tolerated them as neighbors
    DD: $500 24
This evolving human organ has gained size fastest of any anatomical feature in natural history
    $400 15
For fashion's sake, a Mayan nobleman might have tattooed his body, filed his teeth, & crossed these
    $500 10
A short stroke made before the ball touches the ground
    $500 23
Adolf Dassler's brother broke off from this company to establish the competing "Puma" brand
    $500 28
Dr. Robert Schuller's famous Crystal Cathedral is in this southern California city
    $500 11
His New Rochelle neighbor was Jerry Helper, a dentist
    $500 25
Some say Arthur Conan Doyle was involved in this famous anthropological hoax
    $500 16
What the measurement Mach 1 stands for

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Rocky Lou Sally
$0 $1,900 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rocky Lou Sally
$1,300 $2,100 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

20TH CENTURY
AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
[NOTE: A hyphen was after "AUTO".]
FASHION
VERMONT
MUSICIANS
SLANG
    $200 13
Common name of Germany's Geheime Staatspolizei
    $200 6
"Life As I Have Known It Has Been Finger-Lickin' Good"
    $200 26
You can buy underwear here called "Bloomies"
    $200 1
At opera house in Derby Line, audience sits in the U.S., while stage is in this country
    $200 21
This Dorsey brother was called "The Sentimental Gentleman of Swing"
    $200 7
A four-flusher was originally a bluffer in this game
    $400 14
Event whose symbols have included a sunsphere, a perisphere, & a unisphere
    $400 12
He published "Call Me Lucky" 4 years before he married Kathryn Grant
    $400 27
This "Poor Little Rich Girl's" company grew up into a beautiful swan
    $400 2
In September 1941, the Vermont state legislature declared war on this country
    DD: $500 22
Drummer who got rich playing like this
    $400 8
Also known as Abraham's Bosom, Beaulahland, & the Great Unknown
    $600 15
In 1962, Algeria demanded this French force withdraw from its 120 year old home in Sidi-Bel-Abbes
    $600 18
Ask him if he can name his autobiography, & he'll say "Yes I Can"
    $600 28
One of top fashion magazines, this French periodical is especially for "her"
    DD: $600 3
Island pond-born "crooner" who was teenagers' idol before Sinatra
    $600 23
Mary Ford's husband, he had broken elbow reset at special angle so he could still play guitar
    $600 9
A clumsy person, or the flaky candy companion to Baby Ruth
    $800 16
Hosni Mubarak became president on his assassination
    $800 19
Silent screen star who titled hers, "The Movies, Mr. Griffith, & Me"
    $800 29
Jean Patou's expensive scent designed to "gladden" the hearts of women who receive it
    $800 4
1st U.S. "Admiral of the Navy" & most famous American educator were both Vermonters named this
    $800 24
Foremost living pianist, this Russian-born artist married the daughter of Toscanini
    $800 10
Probably from Hebrew for a synagogue watchman, it now means any gumshoe
    $1000 17
Built in 1350, the Ponte Vecchio was this city's only bridge spared in WWII
    $1000 20
This president's memoirs are in 2 volumes, "Year of Decisions" & "Years of Trial and Hope"
    $1000 5
To do this in VT. one must take an oath stating it's done "without fear or favor of any person"
    $1000 25
After winning the 1958 Tchaikovsky Comp., he got 1st ticker tape parade given a classical musician
    $1000 11
New words "jik", "dweeb" & "zod", meaning nerdy, are said to arise from the sounds made by these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rocky Lou Sally
$4,100 $3,400 $1,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

LANDMARKS
They are America's only National Historic Landmark on wheels

Final scores:

Rocky Lou Sally
$1,300 $1,400 $101
2nd place: trip on Eastern to San Francisco & stay at Holiday Lodge New champion: $1,400 3rd place: Panasonic stereo rack system

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Rocky Lou Sally
$4,100 $3,200 $1,900
13 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
13 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $9,200

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