Show #821 - Monday, March 14, 1988

Ron Trigueiro game 2.

Contestants

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Susan Steade, a newspaper copy editor from San Jose, California

Gary Amundson, a systems analyst originally from Clear Lake, South Dakota

Ron Trigueiro, a student from Carruthers, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
HAIR CARE
HOMOPHONIC PAIRS
FOOD
THE OLD WEST
THE SOUTH ON FILM
    $100 13
This wild west author of "Riders of the Purple Sage" was a native of Zanesville, Ohio
    $100 26
Body on Tap shampoo is enriched with this brew
    $100 7
Salem officials might have asked a witness to point this out from a lineup of suspected sorceresses
    $100 9
Shaped like tubes, tubettini is a type of this
    $100 2
In the old west, a long holster for carrying this firearm was usually called a "scabbard"
    $100 1
A 1975 Robert Altman film was set in this cultural capital of country music
    $200 14
Famous for Klondike stories, this early 20th c. writer didn't start high school until age 19
    $200 27
The 2 letters & a number you're likely to find on a label that reads "Alberto"
    $200 18
While some large rocks might be brave, this one is even braver
    $200 22
What you'd be eating if you were eating a rasher
    $200 4
Rumored to have once married Wild Bill Hickok, it's no rumor she dressed like a man
    $200 3
"When Do We Eat?", "Topsy & Eva" & "Little Eva Ascends" were silent films based on or concerned with this book
    $300 15
Dostoyevsky suffered from this chronic brain disorder
    $300 29
Australian hair salad contains extracts of corn, carrot, cucumber & this vampire repellent
    $300 19
You could see these if your mother's sister showed you her tiny insect "farm" under glass
    $300 23
Of a cup of roasted peanuts, a 4" pastry, or an 8 oz. steak the 1 with the most calories
    $300 10
At the Battle of San Jacinto, which lasted about 20 min., he defeated Santa Anna
    $300 5
She danced her way thru the old south in "The Littlest Rebel" & reconstruction south in "The Little Colonel"
    $400 16
During WWII, poet & playwright Archibald MacLeish served as Asst. Sec'y of this diplomatic dept.
    $400 28
For most people, hair does this when its melanocytes stop producing melanin granules
    $400 20
How a judge might politely ask the defendants to state if they're innocent or guilty
    $400 24
Some Caribbean dishes feature plantains, an island variety of these
    $400 11
Weighing over 4½ lbs., the "Walker" was the largest & heaviest handgun made by this company
    $400 6
City in which Mickey Rourke found desire in "Angel Heart" & Vivien Leigh rode "Desire"-- the streetcar
    $500 17
A friend of poet John Donne, Izaak Walton is best known for this treatise on fishing & nature
    $500 30
From the Greek word for hair, it's the scientific study of the hair
    $500 21
London wharves owned by a member of the upper house of Parliament
    $500 25
This cut of meat from the breast of cow is often salted & pressed for corned beef
    DD: $500 12
These 2 railroads with "Pacific" in their names completed the 1st rail line across the U.S.
    $500 8
Louis Malle filmed "My Dinner with Andre" at the Hotel Jefferson in this state capital

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Ron Gary Susan
$1,000 $800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Gary Susan
$3,100 $3,400 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

ZOOLOGY
ARTILLERY
THE RUSSIAN BALLET
THE QUEEN'S ENGLISH
EASTERN RELIGIONS
"NORTH" ON THE MAP
    $200 10
Dromedaries have this many humps
    $200 22
When on the ground, Snoopy would find this, an "AA gun" useful agienst attacks by the Red Baron
    $200 21
Tchaikovsky wrote this, his 1st great ballet, 15 years before "The Nutcracker"
    $200 11
England has no provinces; "The Provinces" refers to the whole country outside of this city
    $200 2
In 1978, the Chinese govt. dropped its opposition to the traditional study of this moralist
    $200 5
For 364 days a year, it's where the "you are here" arrow points on Santa Claus' map
    $400 12
Called "the poor man's cow", it often gives more milk than a cow for the amount of food it eats
    $400 27
In the world of artillery, a SAM doesn't mean a man's name but this type of weapon
    $400 23
Alexander Godunov was the 1st dancer from this ballet company to defect to the west
    $400 1
If you've "gotten your K" you haven't had cereal but have gotten this honor
    $400 14
Following the Japanese defeat in World War II, it ceased to be Japan's state religion
    $400 6
State which contains the geographic center of our continent
    $600 18
Reason it is illegal to import most products made of crocodile leather into the U.S.
    $600 28
1st use of artillery with true efficiency was in the 17th century by this country's King Gustavus II
    $600 24
Based in Leningrad, this ballet co. was named for an assassinated hero of the 1917 revolution
    $600 3
To say Herbert "Hoovered" means Herbert did this
    $600 15
Group which has erected Prabhupada's Palace of Gold in New Vrindaban, West Virginia
    $600 7
As far as we know, the U.S. intelligence ship Pueblo is still there
    $800 19
1 of 3 independent countries over 1000 sq. mil. in size where snakes don't occur naturally
    $800 25
Early 20th c. impresario who presented Russian art & opera before he stunned Europe with his ballets
    $800 4
If you're playing poker in England & have a pair of jacks, you would properly call them this
    $800 16
Traditionally, each owned only a water strainer, a girdle, a razor, a needle, an alms bowl & 3 yellow robes
    DD: $800 8
It has a mean depth of 90 meters & surrounds the Frisian Islands
    DD: $3,000 20
[VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE] Seen here, this animal was unkown to science until about the year 1900: [It had four zebra-looking legs and a brown body]
    $1000 26
This Russian ballerina won a 1983 Tony for playing a Russian ballerina in "On Your Toes"
    $1000 13
A "service lift" isn't a freight elevator but this
    $1000 17
He has urged his followers to continue to oppose Chinese rule but to do so peacefully
    $1000 9
Its highest point is Mt. Sir James MacBrien, its lowest, sea level by the Arctic Ocean

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Gary Susan
$7,300 $6,400 $8,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANAGRAMS
Star of many westerns, his name can be an anagram of "OLD WEST ACTION"

Final scores:

Ron Gary Susan
$14,600 $1 $1,999
2-day champion: $28,100 3rd place: 12-volume The Motion Picture Guide by CineBooks 2nd place: trip to Aspen & stay at the Crestwood Lodge

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ron Gary Susan
$7,300 $6,400 $6,300
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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