Show #414 - Thursday, April 10, 1986

Donald Burgo game 4.

Contestants

Mike Petrina, a vice president of legislative relations from Arlington, Virginia

Kathy Collins, an attorney from Des Moines, Iowa

Donald Burgo, a teacher from St. Louis, Missouri (whose 3-day cash winnings total $15,180)

Jeopardy! Round

MOSCOW
GARDENING
5-LETTER WORDS
SPORTS
WEATHER
FAMOUS DUNCANS
    $100 1
It's a museum as well as seat of government
    $100 17
Now common, using paper for mulch began on pineapple plantations in this state
    $100 11
Since this 1980 song was his only #1 hit, it's no wonder Eddie Rabbitt loved this kind of night
    $100 23
At a bullfight, it's the fans' way of saying "bravo"
    $100 12
During a 1983 heat wave, St. Louis set up "cooling centers" for people without this
    $100 6
Duncan has the business world on a string with its domination of this toy
    $200 2
At various spots around Moscow, you can visit his library, stadium & tomb
    $200 22
18th century invention that was a great improvement over trimming grass with a scythe
    $200 18
A Jackie Collins best seller & mini-series gave us the scoop about these "Hollywood" personages
    $200 24
In gymnastics, the long horse is the same as the pommel horse, but without these
    $200 13
Lightning can reach temperatures 3 times as high as the surface of this
    $200 7
Traveling food critic Duncan Hines lent his name to the 1st of these packaged desserts
    DD: $500 3
Since he built St. Basil's Cathedral, he might have been a nice guy after all
    $300 25
Cutting away unwanted plant parts, or drying plums
    $300 19
It can be "left", "right", "center", or "strawberry"
    $300 26
It's said that in 10 years of competition, this '20s swimming star never lost a race from 50-880 yards
    $300 14
Though a small part of the atmosphere, this gas has a big influence thru the "greenhouse effect"
    $300 8
Director Preston Sturges' mother gave her the fatal scarf that broke her neck
    $400 4
The many roads leading to Moscow originally converged here
    $400 20
From Old English "to kill", it's to quiet or subdue, such as a riot
    $400 27
In this year, 4 yrs. after his Olympic title, Muhammad Ali upset Sonny Liston for his 1st heavyweight crown
    $400 15
Usually, it's the snowiest month in the U.S.
    $400 9
American cabinetmaker who was among 1st to use factory method to make furniture
    $500 5
The last foreign power to succeed in conquering Moscow
    $500 21
A socially superior group, or a type of type
    $500 28
To maximize wind effectively in sailing you can use this zig-zag maneuver
    $500 16
Storm-producing cumulonimbus clouds are popularly called these
    $500 10
As the Cisco Kid, he dressed all in black except for his white sombrero

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Donald Kathy Mike
$1,900 $1,300 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Donald Kathy Mike
$3,600 $1,900 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
THE RED CROSS
CLASSICAL MUSIC
THE OLD WEST
WINE
    $200 1
Name of a sheriff's officer in "Henry IV, Part 2", or Phyllis Diller's husband
    $200 11
In some areas, their "Classic" formula is outselling the "New" by 9-1 margin
    $200 21
The American Red Cross has almost 20,000 paid staff members & 1 ½ million of these
    $200 6
This instrument was originally named the "harpsichord with loud & soft"
    $200 12
The nickname "sodies" referred to prairie settlers who built these
    $200 13
A blanc de noir is a white wine made from this color grape
    $400 2
Profession of Mellors, whose recreation was being "Lady Chatterly's Lover"
    $400 15
After 31 years of use, Swanson's is retiring this part of their TV dinners
    $400 22
Of 4,000, 14,000, or 40,000, the # of disasters the American Red Cross has responded to since 1980
    $400 7
1st name of Schubert, Haydn, & Liszt
    $400 14
After California, the largest U.S. wine-producing area is in this state's Finger Lakes district
    $600 3
Character who said "I beheld the wretch, the miserable monster which I had created"
    $600 16
Since its rediscovery, Sept. 2, 1985, sales of Revell's models of this ship have risen 500%
    $600 23
The Red Cross flag honors this country where it was founded in 1863
    $600 8
Tchaikovsky called this composer "a musical Christ"
    $600 18
Like a successful play, a wine that "sticks" to the glass when swirled is said to have these
    $800 4
Beautiful gypsy who dances with a tambourine & goat in front of a church & hunchback
    $800 17
In Japan alone, Lee Iacocca has sold 500,000 copies of this
    $800 24
He's always the honorary chairman of the Red Cross
    $800 9
Premiered in Paris in 1913 his "Rite of Spring" caused a scandal & near-riot
    $800 19
Of light to dark, red to white, or light-bodied to full-bodied, proper order to serve wines at meals
    $1000 5
Title heroine of a Henry James story whom Cybil Shepherd played in a 1974 film
    DD: $1,000 26
Because he won patent suit against a rival, Emile Berliner named his talking machine company this
    $1000 25
In Muslim countries, it's the equivalent of the Red Cross
    $1000 10
The solo passage called a cadenza is closely associated with this form of composition
    $1000 27
In 1865, the Jesse James gang tried to rob the bank in this Minn. town but couldn't open the safe
    $1000 20
Containing no more than 14% alcohol by volume, burgundy, claret & chablis are classified as this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Donald Kathy Mike
$7,000 $4,300 $3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CONTINENTS
Of the 7, this continent has the world's longest total coastline, over 96,000 miles

Final scores:

Donald Kathy Mike
$4,000 $4,000 $0
4-day co-champion: $19,180 New co-champion: $4,000 2nd place: Trip to Roseland Ranch in Stanfordville, New York

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Donald Kathy Mike
$6,800 $4,300 $4,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R,
2 W
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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