Show #2355 - Friday, November 25, 1994

1994 Tournament of Champions final game 2.


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David Hillinck, a high school principal from Sacramento, California (subtotal of $6,300)

Rachael Schwartz, an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey (subtotal of $7,200)

Jeff Stewart, a College Tournament winner originally from The Dalles, Oregon (subtotal of $0)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
Built in 1792, St. Joseph's Cathedral is the oldest church in this Louisiana capital
    $100 24
They couldn't help falling in love, so in 1994 this superstar & Lisa Marie Presley tied the knot
    $100 28
He led the expedition that rescued Emin Pasha, as well as the one that found Livingstone
    $100 10
When sending or bringing flowers to a person in the hospital, provide one of these, hospitals have few
    $100 6
LIke other male bovines, adult male yaks are called these
    $100 26
It's the direction in which the hands of a watch move backward
    $200 4
It was once called Anne Arundel Town after the wife of the 2nd Lord Baltimore
    $200 21
On Valentine's Day, 1991, this "Sleepless in Seattle" star married her sweetheart, Dennis Quaid
    $200 16
There's no picture of him atop Everest because he assumed Tenzing couldn't work the camera
    $200 11
Traditionally, this person pays for the marriage license
    $200 19
A hinny has an ass for a mother & one of these animals for a father
    $200 20
A being not of this earth
    $300 5
This Kansas city's zoological park boasts a tropical rain forest habitat
    $300 22
Clark Gable's short but happy marriage to this actress ended with her death in a 1942 plane crash
    $300 29
Alexandra David Neal was the first European woman to visit this Tibetan capital
    $300 12
At a private audience with the Pope, visitors should immediately do this when he enters the room
    $300 25
To escape predators, many lizards break off this body part; it later regenerates
    $300 30
A quarrel, or a failure to comprehend correctly
    $400 7
You can visit the Rodeo Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in this city
    $400 17
Elizabeth Taylor converted to Judaism shortly before her 1959 marriage to this singer
    $400 1
Though Russian Semyon Dezhnev was the first European to sail through this strait, it's named for a Dane
    $400 13
Emily Post says a man may put his hand under this part of a woman only when helping her into a car or upstairs
    $400 3
These stinging arachnids give birth to live young which cling to their mother's backs for several days
    $400 8
This type of doctor specializes in the study of the organs of digestion
    $500 9
This city covers 3,108 square miles, making it the largest state capital in area in the U.S.
    $500 23
In the movies, she was the "Bride of Frankenstein"; in real life, she was the bride of Charles Laughton
    DD: $1,800 15
Naval officer Ernest Doudart de Lagree led the first European expedition up this river past Angkor Wat
    $500 18
You don't have to wear tails to a formal party; a tux will do unless the invitation says this
    $500 27
This bear-like carnivore, a large member of the weasel family, is also known as the glutton
    $500 14
28 letters long, it's opposition to taking away state support from an established church

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

Jeff Rachael David
$3,600 $1,100 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Rachael David
$5,400 $3,400 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Britain was drawn into the war when this Low Country was invaded August 4, 1914
    $200 7
He made his official adult Warsaw debut in 1830 with his "Piano Concerto in F Minor"
    $200 4
Riz au lait samp is a simple dessert made of rice cooked in this dairy product
    $200 27
It can be a blow to the head, or the resulting brain injury that produces brief unconsciousness
    $200 14
This author of "The Lord of the Rings" was born in South Africa & brought to England at age 4
    $200 24
Bolivia's highest peak, Sajama, lies in this range
    $400 8
This liner was carrying about 5500 cases of ammunition when sunk by a U-boat May 7, 1915
    $400 18
His "Goldberg Variations" were actually commissioned by a Russian diplomat named Kaiserling
    $400 10
Escoffier said these shellfish, which the French call huitres, are best raw, but he also served them a la Florentine
    $400 29
The hypothalamus monitors your body temperature by using the temperature of this fluid as a control
    $400 15
In "Vespers" he wrote, "Hush, hush, whisper who dares, Christopher Robin is saying his prayers"
    $400 25
They separate the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of Europe
    $600 9
About 7 pounds of peach pits were needed to make one of these protective devices
    DD: $1,000 23
Though a strong Hungarian nationalist, this "Mephisto Waltz" composer barely spoke the language
    $600 11
A famous French sauce is called chaud froid, French for these 2 antonyms
    $600 30
Collectively, the brain & spinal cord are known as this system
    $600 16
His "i:six nonlectures", a book of autobiographical essays, was published in 1953
    $600 3
It's been said that more climbers have died on this peak than any other in the Swiss Alps
    $800 22
The 1916 Battle of Jutland was fought in the Skagerrak, an arm of this sea
    $800 5
This composer's "Trout Quintet" is one of the most popular pieces of classical chamber music
    $800 12
Dishes described as a la Dubarry contain this vegetable that the French call chou-fleur
    $800 28
This progressive, degenerative disease of the brain is the leading cause of senile dementia
    $800 2
The 16th edition of Bartlett's devotes more than 5 pages to this "Four Quartets" poet
    $800 26
Mount Vesuvius lies in this mountain range that stretches from the Gulf of Genoa to the toe of Italy's boot
    $1000 19
The famous Zimmerman Note was sent to Heinrich von Eckhardt, the German minister in this country
    $1000 21
This Italian maestro became conductor of the New York Philharmonic Symphony in 1928
    $1000 13
Reins, these organ meats, may be sauteed with mushrooms
    DD: $5,000 6
The occipital lobe is devoted to this sense
    $1000 17
"The Shadow Over Innsmouth" was the only book by this American horror writer published during his life
    $1000 20
The Aures Mountains of Algeria are a part of this greater chain

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Rachael David
$10,400 $9,400 $600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This phrase first appeared in 1845, followed by "to overspread the continent alloted by providence"

Final scores:

Jeff Rachael David
$20,800 $13,601 $1,200

Cumulative scores:

Jeff Rachael David
$20,800 $20,801 $7,500
1st runner-up: $20,800 Tournament champion: $100,000 2nd runner-up: $7,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeff Rachael David
$5,100 $10,400 $600
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
23 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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Game tape date: 1994-10-12
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