Show #367 - Tuesday, February 4, 1986

Paul Rouffa game 1.

Contestants

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Jamie Capwell, a lawyer from San Francisco, California

Paul Rouffa, an actor from Forest Park, Illinois

Garth Sturdevant, a United States Marine Corps major from Encinitas, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN FOOD AND DRINK
NURSERY RHYMES
INSECTS
'70s MOVIES
JEWELRY
WHAT'S "UP" DOC
    $100 15
5600-year-old samples of this "movie treat" have been found in New Mexico caves
    $100 12
What little Tommy Tucker did for his supper
    $100 1
In spite of its name, this brightly colored beetle can be male or female
    $100 2
He was Buddy Holly in "The Buddy Holly Story"
    $100 23
Dangle, clip-on or pierced, for example
    $100 9
Direction you want to be when meeting a skunk
    $200 16
Angel-food cake was supposedly created in the Missouri city
    $200 20
In "The Queen of Hearts", he stole the tarts
    $200 4
The bubonic plague of Medieval Europe was spread by these insects feeding on rats
    $200 3
Sadly for Tom Selleck fans, Genevieve Bujold didn't solve the mystery before he lapsed into this
    $200 24
These "buttons" button up your tuxedo shirt
    $200 10
Your early training
    $300 17
Start by steeping, in a glass, crushed leaves in sugar syrup
    $300 28
What Little Bo Peep's sheep will do if left alone
    $300 5
Almost everything most insects do is related to these 2 survival activities
    $300 6
One of the few sequels to critically surpass the original, this film won Best Picture for 1974
    $300 25
Latin for a royal Persian headdress, it's Miss America's crowning glory
    $300 11
Describes an effective pep talk or effective bra
    $400 18
Small cornmeal fritters supposedly tossed to dogs to make them quiet
    $400 29
The 3 things growing in "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary's" garden
    $400 21
Though voracious, locusts do not migrate for food, but after an enormous increase in this
    $400 7
By escorting Randy Quaid to Prison in 1973, Jack Nicholson & Otis Young carried out this title task
    $400 26
A gem carved in relief, or the kind of appearance Alfred Hitchcock made in his movies
    $400 13
The 20th letter of the Greek alphabet
    $500 19
Y'all can have these ground kernals boiled, baked, or fried for breakfast, lunch, or dinner
    $500 30
In "This little pig went to market", it's what the only pig that ate pigged out on
    $500 22
From Greek "chrysos", meaning gold, it's the gold-colored pupa of a butterfly
    DD: $600 8
2 films of the Vietnam battlefront & homefront that took 1978's top 5 Oscars
    $500 27
An ornament held by a pin or clasp & worn at the neck
    $500 14
In Hollywood for example, if he's going to a preview, you've already seen it at a private screening

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

Garth Paul Jamie
$300 $2,200 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Garth Paul Jamie
$900 $5,000 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

COMPOSERS
SPORTS
ANCIENT SCIENCE
POETRY
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
BRITISH TRIVIA
    $200 1
Prokofiev wrote his 4th Piano Concerto for this hand only
    $200 6
In 1985, at 17, he became Wimbledon's youngest & only unseeded winner of men's singles
    $200 12
Considered 1st universal genius, this student of Plato believed goats breathed through their ears
    $200 17
Completes Omar Khayyam's threesome, "Jug of wine, a loaf of bread -- and"
    $200 11
These schools were first opened to educate children who worked in factories 6 days a week
    $400 2
Haydn burst into tears upon first hearing this famous section of "The Messiah"
    $400 7
Originally Italian for gondola race, it's a racing meet that might be held on the Thames
    $400 13
Delta city with automatic door openers, washing machines, & a world-famous library
    $400 18
Longfellow said "When she was good, she was very, very good but when she was bad, she was" this
    $400 27
After graphite deposits were discovered in 1564, the British began making "marking stones"
&, later, these
    $600 3
His 6th Symphony, not "Swan Lake", was his swan song
    DD: $2,000 8
Played by his home club, the following became the unofficial theme song for this 1980 rookie
    $600 14
Noticing ill effects, the Roman, Vitruvius, recommended water pipes be made of clay rather than this
    $600 19
He said, "Good fences make good neighbors"
    $600 26
In British newspapers, it's what a "Page 3 Girl" is usually lacking
    $800 4
Ravel was an ambulance driver during this war
    $800 9
1 of 2 NFL divisions that have only 4 teams
    $800 15
Greek who 1st used math to tune an instrument, he's more famous for a triangle
    $800 20
This author of "Prometheus Unbound" suggested to his wife that she write "Frankenstein"
    $800 25
An estimated 79% of sales revenues of this "fade cream" are spent on advertising
    $800 24
In 18th-century English gambling dens, employees swallowed these in case of a police raid
    $1000 5
Russian who spent "A Night on Bald Mountain"
    $1000 10
From 1956-'60, Carol Heiss was world champion in this sport
    DD: $3,000 16
The ancient Sumerian number system, based on 60, is still used today to measure this
    $1000 21
Creator of "Little Orphant Annie" this "Hoosier Poet" once passed 1 of his poems as Edgar Allan Poe's
    $1000 23
This type of retail store sells more shampoo & makeup than any other
    $1000 22
Lloyd's of London started out not as an insurer, but as a purveyor of this beverage

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Garth Paul Jamie
$1,900 $9,000 $900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ENERGY
While U.S. is #2 petroleum producer in the world, this country produces the most

Final scores:

Garth Paul Jamie
$3,800 $10,000 $1
2nd place: a stay at the Milford Plaza in New York New champion: $10,000 3rd place: Ventura luggage

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Garth Paul Jamie
$1,900 $10,500 $900
9 R,
4 W
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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