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    $100 1
If your skinny kid wants to look like a He-Man, get him a power-T, which is one of these, foam padded
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Show #820 - Friday, March 11, 1988

Ron Trigueiro game 1.

Contestants

Jackie Trahan, a medical technologist from Lake Charles, Louisiana

Ron Trigueiro, a student from Caruthers, California

Jack Lowe, a pediatrician from Rockville, Maryland (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $31,410)

Jeopardy! Round

ANTONYMS
(Alex: Opposites.)
MEXICO
MEATS
MUSIC
KID STUFF
(Alex: And, our tribute to one of the greats of show business...)
JACKIE GLEASON
    $100 10
In ads, it's the opposite of "Wimpy, wimpy, wimpy"
    $100 5
In 1980, it was just over 67 million; in 1986, nearly 81 million
    $100 21
Big Classic,
Big Boy,
Big Mac
    $100 12
He made his only trip to the South the same year he wrote "My Old Kentucky Home"
    $100 1
If your skinny kid wants to look like a He-Man, get him a power-T, which is one of these, foam padded
    $100 2
It was both Ralph Kramden's & Jackie's home town
    $200 17
Kitchen feature that can also be an antonym of "swim"
    $200 6
Seating over 50,000, the Plaza Mexico is the world's largest of these
    $200 22
"Chit'lins", referring to the small intestines of swine, is a contraction of this word
    $200 13
One of the best-known songs by this Englishman is "Mad Dogs & Englishmen"
    $200 11
At end of this tale, 2 tiny men sing, "What spruce & dandy boys are we, no longer cobblers we will be"
    $200 3
Joe the bartender's only regular customers were Mr. Dunahy, who you never saw, & this man
    $300 18
Title of 1960 Bobby Vee hit offering a choice of antonyms from heaven or hell
    $300 7
An observatory, El Caracol, meaning "the snail", was built in Chichen Itza by this culture
    $300 23
The domestic fowl "Gallus gallus" is commonly known as this
    $300 14
Common name for type of note known as a "crotchet", there are 4 per measure in 4/4 time
    $300 26
This inquisitive primate had his 50th birthday at Harvard in May 1987, hosted by his "Mom", M. Rey
    $300 4
While most of Jackie's TV characters were poor, this 1 was described as "insufferably wealthy"
    $400 19
Antonyms, both beginning with "A", referring to conscious & unconscious states
    $400 8
From Aguascalientes to Zacatecas, there are 31, including 1 named Mexico
    $400 24
The French word for liver
    $400 15
A free-form composition, Liszt wrote 20 Hungarian ones
    DD: $700 27
Term for this decoration of regularly spaced gathers stitched in a pleated honeycomb pattern:
    $400 28
His widow, nee Marilyn Taylor, is the sister of this woman who directed the dancers on his show
    $500 20
A synonym for "skin", it's an antonym for "expose"
    $500 9
Among Mexico's famous silver handicrafts, those stamped "925" are this
    $500 25
"The Presidents' Cookbook" includes his recipe for Pedernales River chile con carne
    $500 16
Bernard Haitink, Claudio Abbado & Georg Solti are best known for this musical profession
    $500 30
The sum total of years that Sleeping Beauty & Rip Van Winkle slept
    $500 29
Before exclamining "& aw-a-ayy we go!" Jackie would ask the bandleader for this

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

Jack Ron Jackie
$2,300 $800 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Ron Jackie
$4,900 $1,500 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS & AUTHORS
SPACE & AVIATION
10-LETTER WORDS
COLORS
WAR MOVIES
STATE NICKNAMES
    $200 1
The countries at war in Tolstoy's "War & Peace"
    $200 26
A program at the 1987 Oshkosh airshow marked the 50th anniversary of this person's disappearance
    $200 21
A secret document you're not allowed to look at, or ad section in the newspaper that you are
    $200 16
It can precede squirrel, whale, or wolf
    $200 3
Film starring Robert De Niro which followed 3 young steelworkers through service in Vietnam
    $200 5
Missouri's best-known nickname, it's the only one with a verb in it
    $400 2
Emmy & Oscar winner whose autobiography is titled "Call Me Anna"
    $400 27
Called "The Henry Ford of Aviation", he's famous for the 2-seat Cub
    $400 22
1981 hit for Kool & the Gang, or what they probably had after they found out it went to #1
    $400 17
Colorful middle name of Elijah, Cher's son by rock singer Gregg Allman
    $400 12
In this 1979 film, Robert Duvall said he loved the smell of napalm in the morning
    $400 6
Sooner or later, you'll remember it's the Sooner State
    $600 4
1st novel by James Jones, it outsold all other works of fiction in 1951
    $600 28
The landers of Vikings 1 & 2 are sitting on this planet
    $600 23
From French "not warm", it's to be cool or casually unconerned
    DD: $1,800 19
Color of hands caught "flagrante delicto"
    $600 13
Van Johnson was charged with mutiny after taking command of this ship in a typhoon
    $600 7
30,000 men willing to serve in Mexican War when 2800 were requested gave Tennessee this nickname
    $800 10
The 1st book of Paul Mark Scott's "Raj Quartet"
    DD: $2,000 29
In 1861, Lincoln appointed Thaddeus Lowe to head an Army Corps set up to use these
    $800 24
When you come to this Italian word on a musical score, you should play very loudly
    $800 18
On the primary bow of a rainbow, this color always appears on the inside of the arch
    $800 14
In the movie about German WWI aces, "The Blue Max" was not a plane but this
    $800 8
Perhaps its center spot in the arch of the original 13 states got it dubbed the Keystone State
    $1000 11
In 1987, the British government banned papers from printing excerpts from this Peter Wright bestseller
    $1000 30
Year during which the 1st man went into outer space
    $1000 25
Johnny Carson's Carnac the Magnificent is also this, which means "all-knowing"
    $1000 20
In song, "She wore it for her lover who was far, far away"
    $1000 15
In 1950, this pair was "At War with the Army"
    $1000 9
All 5 counties in this "Ocean State" have direct water access to the Atlantic

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Ron Jackie
$6,700 $11,500 $6,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD POLITICS
After a 9/25/87 coup, this South Pacific island severed its 113-year link with the British Crown

Final scores:

Jack Ron Jackie
$13,390 $13,500 $0
2nd place: a trip on Delta to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico + stay at Villa del Mar Resort New champion: $13,500 3rd place: American Flyer Travelwares Caravelle collection luggage

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jack Ron Jackie
$5,500 $12,200 $5,000
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
26 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,700

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