Show #2126 - Monday, November 29, 1993

1993 10th Anniversary Tournament semifinal game 1.


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Steve Rogitz, a trucking company manager from Gardena, California

Roy Holliday, a radiologist from Nyack, New York

Leslie Frates, a Spanish teacher from Hayward, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Luxembourg's is "Uns Heimat", which means "Our Homeland"
    $100 3
The musical group "The Bedrock Rockers" was featured in a comedy hour named for this cartoon family
    $100 21
If this tall tropical bird stops eating certain algae, its pinkish feathers will turn white
    $100 16
The name of this artistic composition of materials pasted to a surface comes from the Greek "kolla"
    $100 26
When this man died in 1969, Ton Duc Thang, his vice-president, became president of North Vietnam
    $100 8
From old French meaning "to dine", it's the chief meal of the day
    $200 2
"Nyandete", whose name is Guarani for "spider web", is a type of this delicate open-work fabric made in Paraguay
    $200 4
He was the Jetsons' family dog
    $200 22
These crustaceans that cling to ships & wharves also attach themselves to whales
    $200 17
Morocco is one type of this material used in bookbinding
    $200 27
Estimates of when these people abandoned the city of Uxmal range from 600 to 1,000 years ago
    $200 9
A threat, like Dennis Mitchell
    $300 5
You'll find the original Hard Rock Cafe on Old Park Lane in this capital city
    $300 10
After years as the movies' No. 1 son, Keye Luke finally played this detective in a cartoon series
    $300 23
It's the term for the organism on which a parasite lives & feeds
    $300 18
Pottery usually undergoes this heating process twice in the biscuit & glaze stages
    $300 28
Peter the Cruel & Joan the Mad ruled this Spanish kingdom sometimes paired with Leon & Aragon
    $300 11
It's a shrill cry, made by a chicken after laying an egg
    $400 6
Greenland has two official languages: Greenlandic & this
    $400 14
A Tarzan spoof, this tree-swinger had a pet elephant named Shep
    $400 24
Made up of a filament & anther, this male organ of a flower varies in number from zero to hundreds
    $400 19
This material used for making baskets comes from the core of the rattan palm
    $400 29
In 1935 the Saar territory was reunited with this country
    $400 12
This metal pot with a lid can be used to make stew or brew tea
    DD: $1,000 7
Island country whose capital, Valletta, is named for a grandmaster who led the knights in 1565
    $500 15
This superhero team consisted of Reid Richards, The Invisible Girl, The Human Torch, & The Thing
    $500 25
It's any tailed amphibian,including the newt
    $500 20
Stumpwork, cutwork, and crewelwork are varieties of this textile art
    $500 30
Juan Vincente Gomez was dictator of this South American country in 1918 when it first exploited its oil
    $500 13
This disease caused by a lack of vitamin C is characterized by bleeding gums & extreme weakness

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

Leslie Roy Steve
$2,500 $1,100 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Roy Steve
$4,800 $1,400 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
On May 11, 1862, this Confederate ironclad was blown up by Confederate States of America troops when the North approached Richmond
    $200 15
An ancient Egyptian who had a sweet tooth would reach for honey or this palm fruit
    $200 13
William Wordsworth wrote, "My heart leaps up when I behold" one of these colorful arches "in the sky"
    $200 24
The flat-top is a variation of this militaristic cut: it's squarer on top
    $200 2
Vineyard Sound separates Martha's Vineyard from the southernmost part of this cape
    $200 4
Sir Thomas More is beheaded in the last scene of this Robert Bolt play
    $400 10
On September 7, 1864, this Union commanding general entered Atlanta
    $400 16
Egyptians began riding around in these horse-drawn vehicles during the reign of the Hyksos
    $400 14
"New Hampshire", a poem with notes & grace notes, earned this poet the first of his four Pulitzers
    $400 25
A wedge-cut of the late '70s was named for this female skater, who popularized it at the Olympics
    $400 3
Rivers flowing into this bay include the Susquehanna, James, & Rappahannock
    $400 5
"American Buffalo", the title of a David Mamet play, refers to the buffalo on one of these coins
    $600 17
At the end of the war, Lincoln assigned this battlefield nurse the task of identifying missing soldiers
    $600 19
Egypt's capital during the Old Kingdom; its original name meant "The White Wall"
    $600 18
In 1971, a copy of his original manuscript for "The Wasteland" was published, with an introduction by his widow
    $600 27
During World War II, many women wore this shoulder-length style with the ends curled under from ear-to-ear
    $600 6
It's the state in which you'd find Suwannee Sound
    $600 8
Sula & Helena are robotesses in this Karel Capek play
    $800 26
Nicknamed "Fighting Joe", he replaced Ambrose Burnside as commander of the Army of the Potomac in 1863
    $800 22
Biban Al Mullak is the Arabic name for this famous burial site in western Thebes
    DD: $1,600 20
After writing about "The Wreck of the Hesperus", he wrote "The Building of the Ship"
    $800 28
From Middle French for "chain", it's a knot or coil of hair worn at the back of the head or neck
    $800 7
George Vancouver named this Washington state mountain for a friend in the British navy
    DD: $2,000 11
It's the town in "Our Town"
    $1000 30
This battle named for a Tennessee church was the first in the Western Hemisphere to engage 100,000 men
    $1000 23
In early Egypt, the king's chief minister held this title that the Ottomans made grand
    $1000 21
In an Edna St. Vincent Millay poem, "My candle burns at both ends; it will not" do this
    $1000 29
In China it was once popular for men to shave their front hair & comb the back hair into this long braid
    $1000 9
It's the only Great Lake not bordering the state of Michigan
    $1000 12
The ghost of this great ruler, Xerxes's father, appears in Aeschylus's play "The Persians"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Roy Steve
$11,000 $4,200 $2,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Under an act passed in 1958, they became the first two former presidents eligible for a pension

Final scores:

Leslie Roy Steve
$10,000 $5,000 $78
Finalist 2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Leslie Roy Steve
$12,100 $3,000 $2,300
34 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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Game tape date: 1993-10-18
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