Show #822 - Tuesday, March 15, 1988

Ron Trigueiro game 3.


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Jeanne Douglas, a secretary from Los Angeles, California

Tom Brothers, an attorney from Lynnwood, Washington

Ron Trigueiro, a student from Caruthers, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Shortly after taking power, the Bolsheviks moved the Russian capital back to Moscow from this city
    $100 26
To get out of trouble, Felix the Cat reached into this
    $100 2
Ivy League school originally called the College of New Jersey
    $100 10
Though it won a gold medal at the 1878 World's Fair, it prefers to sport a blue ribbon
    $100 16
"You coax the blues right out of this, Mame"
    $100 12
A cab, or a second-rate writer who might be riding in it
    $200 5
A former capital of Canada, it's the country's oldest city
    $200 27
Though these 2 magpies looked alike, 1 had a Brooklyn accent, 1 a British accent
    $200 3
In 1805, in his junior year, James F. Cooper was expelled from this Conn. college for frivolity
    $200 18
If you pour your beer in the center of the glass rather than the side, you'll get more of this
    $200 17
"I've grown accustomed to her looks; accustomed to her voice; accustomed to" this
    $200 13
It gets 2 beats in 4/4 time
    $300 1
Under the Muslims, Cordoba was this country's capital
    $300 28
Though Dudley Do-Right always rescued Nell, she loved this animal of his more
    $300 4
Romberg's musical "The Student Prince" takes place at the university in this German city
    $300 22
This plant, related to marijuana, is used to flavor beer
    $300 19
In "Camelot", it's "that lovely month when ev'ryone goes blissfully astray"
    $300 14
Term for fixtures that are turned down just before the curtain goes up
    $400 7
Tradition says this 1st capital of Ancient Egypt was founded by its 1st king, Menes
    $400 29
This Friz Freleng character was touted as the world's fastest mouse
    $400 9
Commonly used to designate entire University of Paris, it's actually just one building of it
    $400 23
Ads for this beer say, "Come to think of it, I'll have" 1 of these
    $400 20
"Button up" this "when the wind is free, take good care of yourself, you belong to me"
    $400 15
16th century French Calvinists
    $500 8
1 of 2 former national capitals of Pakistan
    DD: $600 30
His niece & nephew are Knothead & Splinter
    $500 11
West Point, N.Y. is home to the U.S. Military Academy while Kings Point, N.Y. is home to this academy
    $500 25
The names of more American brands of beer begin with this 3-letter word than any other
    $500 21
"Pal Joey" song that begins "I'm wild again, beguiled again"
    $500 24
Named for a 17th c. liveryman, it's the appearance of free will when there's actually no choice at all

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Ron Tom Jeanne
$2,100 $400 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Tom Jeanne
$2,800 $1,300 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
He demanded the surrender of Fort Ticonderoga "in the name of the Great Jehovah & the Continental Congress"
    $200 26
Peter Pan's Darling
    $200 27
Some say the "T" in "It suits you to a T" refers to this drafting tool used for precise drawings
    $200 16
In 1956, 3 U.S. physicists won Nobel Prize for this which allowed electronic miniaturization
    $200 17
Singing bellboy Aaron Chwatt got his stage name from his hair color & the buttons on his uniform
    $400 4
On Aug. 3, 1923, in Plymouth Notch, Vermont, he became only president to be sworn into office by his father
    $400 15
In some versions of the legend, Tristan has 2 lovers, both named this
    $400 12
In 1914, his car company was praised as generous for setting a minimum wage of $5 a day
    $400 18
Picking cotton for 10 years, she dreamed of singing with George Jones & later married him
    DD: $1,100 10
Artist who, in 1943, painted the following in Arlington, Vermont:
    $600 9
This Thomas Hardy heroine was hanged for stabbing her seducer, Alec
    $600 23
This 17th century phrase meaning to hesitate is a corruption of "Shall I, shall I?"
    $600 13
Nationality of composer Jean Sibelius
    $600 7
In 1949, Sen. Robert Taft fought against this formal U.S. alliance with European countries
    $600 19
He was a lumberjack, a marine & worked in a Texas brothel before starring in "The Blob"
    $800 11
Vermont's 1st one is Madeleine M. Kunin
    $800 5
According to the title of Keats' ballad, "La Belle Dame" was "sans" this
    DD: $300 8
From medieval archers come these terms for a club's best & next best teams
    $800 24
Schoenberg & Webern were noted for pioneering use of this type of musical scale
    $800 2
In the 20th century, 3 popes have elected to use this name, the Xth, XIth, & XIIth
    $800 20
Once an elephant handler, he's now the world's best-selling western novelist
    $1000 14
Originally a Vermont blacksmith, he went on to invent the steel plow
    $1000 6
The perpetually pleasant perpetrator of the "Glad Game"
    $1000 22
From recording accounts & scores by marking notches on a stick, it means "not a second too soon"
    $1000 25
His "Symphony of a Thousand", scored for 1,000 musicians, has only 2 movements
    $1000 1
On May 21, 1980 President Carter declared a state of emergency at this NY state site
    $1000 21
A former circus fire-eater, he fired up critics with his acting in "Mona Lisa"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Tom Jeanne
$4,300 $3,600 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of 3 colonies which as late as 1775 was still controlled by a proprietary family

Final scores:

Ron Tom Jeanne
$8,600 $0 $1,700
3-day champion: $36,700 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer + Jeopardy! box game 2nd place: Oak dining furniture by Keller & Villeroy & Bochi dishes + Jeopardy! box game

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ron Tom Jeanne
$6,000 $3,900 $5,200
24 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 1987-11-18
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