Show #2123 - Wednesday, November 24, 1993

1993 Tournament of Champions semifinal game 3.


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Bev Schwartzberg, a teacher originally from Amherst, Massachusetts

Jack Mahoney, an actor from Jersey City, New Jersey

Walt Senterfitt, a registered nurse and Ph.D. candidate from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Alphabetically, she's first on the list of First Ladies
    $100 19
In 1920 champion swimmer Duke Kahanamoku formed the first club for this water sport in Waikiki
    $100 1
When this fruit is added, a sundae becomes a royale or a split
    $100 26
He described the Ephesians, one of the groups he wrote to, as "living unaware of spiritual riches"
    $100 11
In 1920 this youth organization held its first world jamboree
    $100 7
Herb Shriner said, "All you need to be a fisherman is patience and" one of these creatures
    $200 12
In the spring of 1891, Caroline Harrison had the White House wired for this
    $200 24
Cooper Industries owns the Champion brand of these auto parts
    $200 2
A zester cuts threads of this from an orange, lemon or lime
    $200 27
Mark 6:29 reports that his disciples collected his headless body & laid it in a tomb
    $200 16
(Clue temporarily missing due to technical glitch)
    $200 8
George Bernard Shaw wrote, "He who can does; he who cannot does" this
    $300 13
When her fiance forgot to buy a ring for their quickie San Antonio wedding, a friend was sent to Sears
    $300 23
In 1987, at age 21, he became the undisputed world heavyweight boxing champion
    $300 3
Taking a few days, it's among the oldest methods of preserving food; today, it's considered chic for tomatoes
    $300 28
John says Mary Magdalene looked into the tomb & saw two of these where Jesus' body had been
    $300 20
In 1986 Eva Burrows became this organization's second woman general; Evangeline Booth was first
    $300 9
Wilfred Sheed wrote, "If the French were really intelligent, they'd speak" this language
    $400 14
To save the cost of cutting the White House lawn during World War I, Edith Wilson put these animals on it
    $400 18
Daughter of a Quaker abolitionist, she was known as the champion of women's rights
    $400 4
They're added to cakes to give off a sweet, pungent aroma & stuck in fruit to make pomanders
    $400 29
Peter quotes Joel, who said "that before the final day, the sun will turn dark and the moon will turn into" this
    $400 21
This organization was involved in the defense of Sacco & Vanzetti & in the Scottsboro case
    $400 10
Of this prime minister, Austin Mitchell said, "She is democratic enough to talk down to anyone"
    $500 15
She spent her first years of marriage in China during the Boxer Rebellion
    $500 22
Emmanuel Lasker was world champion of this game from 1894 until defeated by Capablanca in 1921
    $500 5
"Cooking A to Z" recommends you choose one with a full or rat-tail tang & full rivets
    $500 30
In chapter 22 of Revelation, Jesus spoke a little Greek, mentioning these 2 words
    DD: $1,000 25
In 1920, after the 19th Amendment passed, Carrie Chapman Catt founded this organization
    $500 17
Told of this president's death in 1933, Dorothy Parker supposedly asked, "How can they tell?"

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

Walt Jack Bev
$800 $200 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Walt Jack Bev
$1,900 $2,400 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will give you the names of some members; you have to identify the show)
    $200 1
The Gulf of Ob in Siberia is only free of this for about two months of the year
    $200 24
A progressive tax is one that rises as this rises
    $200 7
This outermost skin layer may be five times thicker on the palms & soles than on the rest of the body
    $200 14
Robert Preston,
Barbara Cook,
Pert Kelton,
Iggie Wolfington
    $200 27
Among the places visited in this novel are Glubdrubdib, an island of sorcerers, & Luggnagg
    $200 16
According to a centuries-old proverb, "Its mother is necessity"
    $400 3
The highest point in this mountain range is Pico de Aneto, near Spain's northern border
    $400 25
Take note, it's the Central Bank of the United States
    $400 11
Luciferin is a substance found in certain plants & animals that causes them to do this
    $400 10
Walter Matthau,
Art Carney,
Paul Dooley,
Carole Shelley
    $400 28
In "Beowulf", this monster regularly devours Hrothgar's sleeping warriors
    $400 19
Types of this plant include English, ground Boston & poison
    $600 4
This port on the Arabian Sea is known as "The Gateway to India"
    $600 26
Tariffs & quotas are part of the ammunition used in these wars
    DD: $1,000 12
Metanephros is the medical name for this organ found in birds, reptiles & humans
    $600 9
Donna McKechnie,
Priscilla Lopez,
Carole Bishop,
Sammy Williams
    $600 17
Esmeralda earns her living by dancing with her goat, Djali, in this novel
    $600 21
This branch of the Justice Department controls the entry of aliens
    $800 2
This South American country, a former British colony, is officially called a cooperative republic
    $800 29
Term for the stock of unsold finished goods held by a manufacturer
    $800 13
The paramecium, a microorganism found in fresh water, moves by means of these tiny, hair-like threads
    $800 6
Lauren Bacall,
Len Cariou,
Penny Fuller,
Lee Roy Reams
    $800 18
"The Legend of the Knight of the Red Cross" is the 1st book in this Edmund Spenser work
    $800 22
"The Crossroads of America" is its state motto
    $1000 5
This Canadian province proportionally has more people of Asian descent than any other
    $1000 30
He's considered the first of the classical economists
    $1000 15
During fertilization, two of these cells, one each from the male & female, unite to form a zygote
    $1000 8
Alexis Smith,
Dorothy Collins,
Gene Nelson,
Yvonne De Carlo
    DD: $3,000 20
The rises to power of Cesare Borgia & Francesco Sforza, among others, are related in this 1513 work
    $1000 23
The first Pope to bear this name tried to prevent Alaric from sacking Rome; it didn't work

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Walt Jack Bev
$4,300 $10,000 $8,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

His autobiography was the bestselling hardcover book of the 1980s

Final scores:

Walt Jack Bev
$0 $2,700 $10,001
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Walt Jack Bev
$3,800 $8,000 $8,200
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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Game tape date: 1993-10-12
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