Shoot For the Stars | 1976
Two teams compete, each composed of two members. One player selects one box from a large board that contains 24 numbered boxes. A clue is read (e.g., "Clever as a lash"). The player has to unscramble the first half of the phrase by providing a synonym for the first word (e.g. "smart" for "clever"), and his partner has to unravel the second half (e.g. "whip" for "lash"). Each phrase is worth money, and when both halves are correctly solved, the money is added to a team's score. The first team to score $1500 is the winner.