Show #2127 - Tuesday, November 30, 1993

1993 10th Anniversary Tournament semifinal game 2.


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Doug Molitor, a writer from Altadena, California

Mark McDermott, a desktop publisher originally from Schaller, Iowa

Tom Nosek, an engineer from Torrance, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Before changing its name in 1966, this Jerry Garcia-led group was known as The Warlocks
    $100 1
Some attribute this nickname of the city to its proud, boasting citizens, not its breeziness
    $100 15
In 1994 select customers will be able to test GM's new Impact, a car powered by this
    $100 17
In Chapter 19, these two cities are destroyed by fire & brimstone
    $100 26
The mama bear didn't appear in the original version of this story; neither did Goldilocks
    $100 10
It's what you roll out for important guests
    $200 7
Frankie Goes to Hollywood was named for this crooner
    $200 2
This landmark is 1,454' tall
    $200 22
Judging by its name, this line of luxury cars from Nissan could go on forever
    $200 18
In Genesis 9:1, God told him & his sons to " Be fruitful & multiply and replenish the earth"
    $200 27
Mama Leone's, on 44th St. in New York City, is a famous one of these establishments
    $200 11
British soldiers were called this, even before the American Revolution
    $300 8
In 1971 this group's "Riders On the Storm" was its last top-20 hit
    $300 3
Greater Chicago includes Lake & Porter Counties in Indiana & Kenosha County in this state
    $300 23
In 1949 this company produced its one millionth car, a Coupe DeVille
    $300 19
His brothers said, "Come now therefore & let us slay him and cast him into some pit"
    $300 28
She played the cantankerous Mama on "Mama's Family", a spin-off of "The Carol Burnett Show"
    $300 12
It can describe a small cinnamon-flavored candy or Durkee's cayenne pepper sauce
    $400 9
Denny Lane, Denny Sewell, & Linda McCartney were original members of this group
    $400 4
This "Little Giant" is buried at the base of a 96' tall monument on E. 35th St.
    $400 24
This company has "excelled" in automaking ever since it produced Korea's first car, the Pony
    $400 20
She conceived and bore Abraham a son, Isaac, in his old age
    $400 30
It was Francois Duvalier's famous nickname
    $400 13
Familiar expression for something that draws attention away from the main issue
    $500 16
This group, formed by John Lennon, was introduced in 1969 on his "Give Peace A Chance" single
    $500 5
This natural history museum has more than 10 acres of exhibits
    $500 25
In 1987 this Italian company's Countach sold for about $125,000
    DD: $1,500 21
Jacob built a pillar upon this woman's grave near Bethlehem
    $500 29
Her husband George was never part of her outlaw gang, but her four sons were
    $500 14
In 1978 he & Mel Allen became the first broadcasters to be honored by the Baseball Hall of Fame

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

Tom Mark Doug
$1,500 $1,900 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Mark Doug
$2,700 $1,800 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
In 1958, Basel became the first city in this country to approve women voting in local elections
    $200 13
Multiply 3,465 by this number to square it
    $200 2
His "Last Supper" in Milan was already a wreck by the end of his lifetime
    $200 14
This province's postal abbreviation is QC
    $200 1
This king's corpse is carried on stage in the first scene of "Henry VI, Part I"
    $200 19
In Esperanto, this form of address is frauleino
    $400 25
The Franco-Monegasque Treaty of 1861 recognized the sovereignty of this country
    $400 12
It's adjusting a number to simplify computations, like making 2.3 out of 2.294
    $400 11
In the 1930's this Spaniard was expelled from the Surrealist movement
    $400 15
With about 10 million people, it has Canada's largest population
    $400 3
Of Elbow, Knee, or Blister, the one who's a simple constable in "Measure For Measure"
    $400 20
Arbo is tree & this tree material is ligno
    $600 24
In 1991 Slovenia declared its independence from this country
    $600 10
A triangle with 3 equal sides is equilateral; 2 equal sides, isosceles; no two equal sides, this
    $600 26
Van Dyck's influence on this artist is apparent in works such as "The Blue Boy"
    $600 16
This island province has three counties: King's, Queen's, and Prince
    DD: $1,000 4
In a famous speech, this woman describes mercy as "An attribute to God himself"
    $600 21
Pluvemantello is this item of foul-weather apparel
    $800 23
In 1882, Italy joined the Triple Alliance with Germany and this dual monarchy
    $800 9
This process is verified by adding the subtrahend to the difference
    DD: $2,001 27
He said, "One night I dreamt I painted a large American flag"
    $800 17
Cape Breton Island forms the northeastern tip of this Atlantic province
    $800 5
Title character who says, "When I did fly from Tyre, I left behind an ancient substitute"
    $800 30
This sport is aquaskiado
    $1000 22
Once the Turks took Eracleon in 1669 after a 20-year siege, this Greek island soon fell
    $1000 8
He never revealed the proof of his last theorem, but only hinted at it in a margin note
    $1000 28
The youngest of the three great creators of the High Renaissance, he was the son of Giovanni Santi
    $1000 18
This province bordering Maine is 90% forest
    $1000 6
Cassandra, a prophetess whose father is the king of Troy, is a character in this play
    $1000 29
Formico is this small insect

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Mark Doug
$10,700 $1,599 $4,100
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In area, it's now the largest country whose boundaries are wholly within Europe

Final scores:

Tom Mark Doug
$10,700 $99 $3,200
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Mark Doug
$10,700 $5,100 $3,700
20 R,
0 W
22 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W

Combined Coryat: $19,500

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Game tape date: 1993-10-18
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