Show #2352 - Tuesday, November 22, 1994

1994 Tournament of Champions semifinal game 2.


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Kurt Bray, a scientist from Oceanside, California

Rachael Schwartz, an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey

Brian Moore, a Ph.D. candidate originally from Pearland, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1960s
    $100 11
This country took over the Golan Heights in 1967
    $100 18
This cartoon character, his wife Jane, and children Judy and Elroy, lived in a skypad apartment
    $100 14
The Volksgarden, a beautiful park in this Austrian capital, is famous for its rose trees
    $100 17
This type of chair has curved slats attached to its legs
    $100 6
His poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect, was first published July 31, 1786, in Kilmarnock
    $100 1
When Moses's mother could no longer hide him, she took for him an ark of these marsh plants
    $200 12
The first "Devon Rex" type of this animal was born in 1960
    $200 20
Master Po and Master Khan were Caine's teachers in flashbacks in this 1970s series
    $200 24
These animals, a symbol of the city of Bern, are kept in a pit near the river
    $200 19
It's the panel located at the pillowed end of a bed
    $200 7
Charles Baudelaire's masterpiece, "Les Fleurs du mal", translates as these "of Evil"
    $200 2
The Lord broke this, saying "Take, eat: this is my body which is broken for you"
    $300 13
This pancreatic hormone was synthesized in the mid-1960s by American, German, and Chinese researchers
    $300 28
In the first episode of this sitcom, Felix & Oscar had a date with the Pidgeon sisters
    $300 25
This Romanian capital lies on both banks of the Dambovita river
    $300 21
Types of these include partners, slant-front & rolltop
    $300 8
This poet first published her novel, "The Bell Jar", under the pseudonym Victoria Lucas
    $300 3
Jesus told the disciples to do this "in the name of the Father, and of the Son, & of the Holy Ghost"
    $400 15
In 1963, she married fellow cosmonaut Andrian Nikolayev
    $400 29
Don Wilson was this comedian's announcer for his entire 15-year run on television
    $400 26
Douglas is the capital of this isle, a British crown dependency
    DD: $500 22
This store fixture began in 15th century Europe as a table whose top was marked for measuring
    $400 9
Lucinda Matlock, in the "Spoon River Anthology", was based on his grandmother, Lucinda Masters
    $400 4
"And the Lord opened the mouth of the ass, and she said to him 'What have I done unto thee?'"
    $500 16
Rafael Trujillo, dictator of this country, was assassinated by military leaders in 1961
    $500 30
Latka Gravas was the mechanic on this sitcom
    $500 27
Ottoman commander B. Suleiman Pasha founded Tirana, this country's capital
    $500 23
French term for a what-not, a stand of tiered shelves with slender supports used to display curios
    $500 10
His collection, "The Children of the Night", contained his frequently reprinted poem "Richard Cory"
    $500 5
The name of this son of Jacob means "Son of the right hand"

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

Brian Rachael Kurt
$700 $1,700 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Rachael Kurt
$700 $2,000 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
While Illinois is the "Land of Lincoln", this state is his birthplace
    $200 21
In 1977, Edwin Land and this Kodak camera developer entered the National Inventors Hall of Fame
    $200 11
Robert Guilliaume appeared in a 1965 production of this Gershwin work at the Vienna Volksoper
    $200 1
From a French phrase for "mobile hospital", it's a vehicle for transporting the sick or injured
    $200 16
This precious stone is crystalline carbon
    $200 2
It's an alphabetical list of terms, names, & facts, along with the page numbers they appear on
    $400 29
He was the only president to obtain one of these; it was for a hydraulic device to lift ships over shoals
    $400 26
Named for John Chapman, this award is given to pioneers in agriculture
    $400 12
Title shared by the Puccini and Leoncavallo operas about Mimi, a poor seamstress
    $400 7
The corous triumphalis was one of these vehicles that victorious Roman generals rode into the city
    $400 17
This aluminum ore was discovered at Le Bau, France
    $400 3
Related books you may also want to read on the same subject are provided in this source list
    $600 28
In 1858 Lincoln ran against this man for the U.S. Senate, but lost by a vote of 54 to 46
    $600 27
In 1895, Louis Pasteur received this country's Leeuvenhoek Medal for microscope research
    $600 13
This "Lohengrin" composer's first opera, "Die Fein", wasn't performed until 1888, five years after his death
    $600 8
In 1994, British Airways found and repaired hairline cracks in the wings of these jets that crack the sound barrier
    $600 18
You'll find stalactites and stalagmites in caverns made of various types of this sedimentary rock
    $600 4
In the back of a geometry book, you may find these lists of trigonometric ratios or square roots
    $800 24
In 1832 during Lincoln's brief service in this Indian conflict, he was elected captain of his volunteer company
    $800 25
In 1974 this company was recognized by the Fragrance Foundation for its new "Charlie" perfume
    $800 14
"Savitre", by this composer of "The Planets", is based on an episode in "The Mahabarata"
    $800 9
Add two letters to the end of sled and you get this synonym
    $800 19
Since it doesn't transmit an earthquake's S-waves, scientists believe this must be partly liquid
    DD: $1,000 5
From the Latin for "difficult word", it's a list of words and their definitions
    $1000 22
It's the play Lincoln was attending the night he was assassinated
    DD: $1,900 23
In 1975 this physicist became the first citizen of the Soviet Union to win the Nobel Peace Prize
    $1000 15
Hedwig Lachmann translated an Oscar Wilde play into German for this Richard Strauss opera
    $1000 10
It's a streetcar or bus that runs on electricity supplied by an overhead wire
    $1000 20
The process of coalification runs from peat to this type of coal
    $1000 6
It's the supplementary information put into the book after the initial publication

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Rachael Kurt
$4,000 $9,200 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Though he spent most of his life in Europe, he was governor of the Bahamas for most of World War II

Final scores:

Brian Rachael Kurt
$0 $9,200 $9,100
3rd place: $5,000 Finalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brian Rachael Kurt
$3,100 $9,700 $8,400
10 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
23 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,200

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Game tape date: 1994-10-12
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