Show #824 - Thursday, March 17, 1988

Ron Trigueiro game 5.

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Cheryl van Middlesworth, a housewife from Cerritos, California

Michael Folz, a writer from Anaheim, California

Ron Trigueiro, a student from Carruthers, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $49,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
AUTOMOBILES
LYRICS
COSMETICS
JESSICAS
CATS & DOGS
    $100 6
The headquarters for Big Brothers is in this city known for that type of love
    $100 19
Some claim the expression "That's a real doozy" came from this antique luxury car
    $100 11
A 1937 song says "They all laughed at" this explorer "when he said the world was round"
    $100 10
The most famous product made by the Olay Company of Wilton, Connecticut
    $100 22
Allegations about her were instrumental in arranging in Bakker's swan song from PTL
    $100 5
The longest fence in the world, said to be 6,000 miles long, was built to keep out these wild Australian dogs
    $200 4
This city north of Phoenix was founded in 1895 by a man named Winfield Scott
    $200 20
Despite the logo, this Ford model is named for a WWII fighter plane
    $200 12
Do this to "your baby with a Dixie melody"
    $200 14
This famous hair-darkening "formula" comes from White Plains, N.Y., not Athens
    $200 23
Her real life love, Sam Shepard, was her cinematic lover in "Crimes of the Heart"
    $200 26
Color that completes the names of the "Kerry terrier" & the "Russian domestic cat"
    $300 1
Residents of this state capital refer to the older U.S. states as "the lower 48"
    $300 21
The Champion Company of Toledo, Ohio is the world's biggest maker of these
    $300 13
Of stars, stripes or ramparts, the ones mentioned first in "The Star-Spangled Banner"
    $300 16
The 2 biggest sellers in depilatories, they both have 4 letters & start with "N"
    $300 7
Before her death in '83, she was voted "most appealing anchor" along with Dan Rather
    $300 27
While a male lion & female tiger produce a liger, a male tiger & female lion produce this
    $400 2
The name of this Indiana city is French for "high land"
    $400 24
Hot wind from Africa that blows over Italy, or a hot car from Volkswagen
    $400 15
"They call the wind Maria", & the fire is known by this man's name
    $400 17
Porcelana & Esoterica are made specifically to do this
    $400 8
Mrs. Hume Cronyn
    $400 28
This wild cat has the largest range of any native mammal in the new world
    $500 3
Thought it's the oldest English settlement in New Jersey, it wasn't named for an old English queen
    $500 25
A "Popemobile" is built into the converted chassis of one of this company's vehicles
    $500 29
"Je te plumerai" is what vous should sing to this French bird
    $500 18
You can paint your face green or purple with Bonnie Bell Zingers, sunscreens with this metallic oxide
    $500 9
The adventure seeking, mystery-writing, crime-solving lady on "Murder She Wrote"
    DD: $1,700 30
From Welsh for "dwarf dog", this herding dog was 1st raised in Cardigan, Wales

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Ron Michael Cheryl
$600 $1,500 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Michael Cheryl
$700 $2,700 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN INDIANS
THE CABINET
THE BRITISH ISLES
"D" IN SCIENCE
DICKENS
KIND OF A DRAG
    $200 6
Famed for a legendary jump, his name was yelled by WWII paratroopers as they jumped
    $200 4
1 of 2 Secretaries of State named Dean
    $200 13
Sorcerer who supposedly spun his spells in a cave in Cornwall near Tintagel Castle
    $200 16
The conversion of salt water into useable fresh water
    $200 15
At the end of the book, David Copperfield begins a career as one of these, like Dickens
    $200 23
This singer reportedly went to the premiere of his "Captain Eo" film disguised as an old lady
    $400 7
Of the 5 Great Lakes, the only one whose name isn't derived from an Indian word
    $400 5
On March 24, 1987, this former Secretary of State said he'd seek the Republican nomination for president
    DD: $2,300 20
Country on whose flag the national emblem shown here appears:
    $400 17
Another name for a generator, especially a small one supplying direct current
    $400 28
Like Joe Friday, all Mr. Grandgrind in "Hard Times" wanted were these
    $400 24
Norse god who dressed up like the goddess Freya to seduce a giant into giving his his hammer back
    DD: $1,300 8
Though named for a bird, this tribe's members were called "the handsome men" by the French
    $600 12
In the 1920s Interior Secretary Albert Fall fell from grace in this scandal
    $600 1
Lizard Point is the southernmost spot on this, the largest island in the United Kingdom
    $600 18
The study of the distribution & composition of human population
    $600 30
1 of 2 Dickens novels filmed in the 1940s by director David Lean
    $600 25
He masqueraded as a WAC, seamed stockings & all, in 1949's "I Was a Male War Bride"
    $800 9
Their tribal name means "stone people" but you see it mostly on silverware
    $800 14
The last Secretary of State to be president, this James served under another James--Polk
    $800 2
It's the smallest of the 4 countries that make up the United Kindgom
    $800 19
Name for the temperature at which at which air becomes saturated with water vapor and condensation takes place
    $800 29
Last name of the family that includes Martin, his brother Anthony & his grandson Anthony
    $800 26
Robert Morse donned drag to escape gangsters in this 1972 musical based on a Billy Wilder film
    $1000 10
Andrew Jackson broke the power of this tribe at 1814 Battle of Horseshoe Bend in what is present-day Alabama
    $1000 11
In 1971 Winton Blount left the cabinet though he kept this job
    $1000 3
The ancient Scots were called "Picts" because of this physical feature
    $1000 22
His theory stated that all things are composed of atoms & tried to explain chemical compositions
    $1000 21
John Jarndyce is the owner of this title country estate
    $1000 27
She falls in love with Duke of Illyria while disguised as a boy page in Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Michael Cheryl
$3,300 $5,100 $8,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
1st U.S. President to visit the U.S.S.R.

Final scores:

Ron Michael Cheryl
$6,600 $10 $6,800
2nd place: refrigerator and TV/clock/radio combination + Jeopardy! home game 3rd place: dishwasher + Jeopardy! home game New champion: $6,800 + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ron Michael Cheryl
$6,900 $5,100 $7,600
18 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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