Barbara Fox (Tucson): History instructor
Jeremy Fassler (BKN): Writer
CHAMP: Peter Guekguezian
PUZZLERS (video clues)
WHO THEY SERVED
ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS
NAMES YOU SHOULD KNOW
HOUSE FULL OF LIT
THE FIGHT OF THE CENTURY
Peter: $2,200/Jeremy: $3,600/Barbara: $600
Just as the last 1/3 of the rd. gets into gear, Peter selects the DD & will put up his whole $2400; Jeremy’s un-catchable for now w/ $5200 & Barbara’s $200 on the red side.
In 1972 Nixon named L. Patrick Gray to replace a very big name as the head of this agency.
“What is the CIA?”…but it was the other one- FBI. The BoT make the $200-$600 Rock, Paper, Scissors & $400 Names You Should Know clues disappear.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $800 (Rock, Paper, Scissors)
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $400 (Names You Should Know)
Peter: $1,800/Jeremy: $6K/Barbara: -$200
THE OLD PART OF TOWN
AN AVIAN CATEGORY
THE CENTURY OF THE FIGHT
Peter holds DD #1 at the $1200 hole of The Century of the Fight & his $4200’s exactly 50% of Jeremy’s score; Barbara’s on the good side for $600. He’ll try another Trubie & here’s the answer this time:
The Wars of the Roses
“That would be the 15th Century”- would’ve been right if he had phrased it. He does find ’em all, the other of the rd. being pinned to the $2K clue for The Old Part of Town & is now the current 1st-placer w/ $7200, eight Benjamins more than Jeremy & Barbara’s improved to $2600. Peter wagers $4800 on this:
“Come with me to…” this exotic old section of Algiers- its name’s from the Arabic for “citadel”.
“What is Al Qibla?”…The Casbah got him.
ATTEMPTED LT: $3600
UNATTEMPTED LT: $8400
TOTAL DJ! LT: $12K
Peter: $3,600/Jeremy: $6,400/Barbara: $1,800
PETER’S CORYAT: 15 grand
FJ! #201: AIRLINES
On Jun. 17, 1929 this airline’s first passenger flight left Dallas, making stops at Shreveport, Monroe & Jackson.
BARBARA: “WHAT IS AMERICAN AIRLINES?” (BUSTS)
PETER: “What is
Southwest Delta?” ($3598) = $7,198
JEREMY: “What is TWA?” = $5,599