Show #2346 - Monday, November 14, 1994

1994 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 1.


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Matt Morris, a Teen Tournament winner originally from Louisville, Kentucky

Tom Nichols, a political science professor originally from Chicopee, Massachusetts

Jean Grewe, a typesetter from Oak Park, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
Ralph Bunche was the first black American to win the Nobel Peace Prize & this civil rights leader was second
    $100 3
In 1988 this 1962 Frank Sinatra film based on Richard Condon's novel was re-released to the theatres
    $100 1
A popular Chippendale style of the 1750s was inspired by designs from this large Asian country
    $100 20
These islands about 100 miles north of Scotland are famous for their sheepdogs & ponies
    $100 11
"American Birds" is a publication of this organization
    $100 15
Shaw wrote, "A government which" does this "to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul"
    $200 27
This state song of Virginia was written by black composer James A. Bland
    $200 4
Joe Eszterhas received a record $3 million for his script of this 1992 Michael Douglas-Sharon Stone film
    $200 2
Point d'Angleterre is a lovely example of the bobbin or pillow type of this dainty fabric
    $200 22
The Sanjuanito is considered the national dance of this country that is crossed by the equator
    $200 12
In 1986 Red Crescent became part of its official name
    $200 16
He was quoted April 14, 1961: "I could have gone on flying through space forever"
    $300 28
When he retired from the Supreme Court in 1991, Clarence Thomas was appointed to his seat
    $300 5
Joseph Wiseman played the lanky title villain in this 1962 James Bond movie, the first in the series
    $300 8
"The Hunt of the Unicorn" is a famous example of the mille-fleur type of this wall hanging
    $300 23
Over half the population of this Malaysian capital is of Chinese ethnicity
    $300 13
This organization sponsors the Great American Smokeout the third Thursday in November
    $300 17
Virgil spoke of it as "flying, never to return", a sign he was having fun
    $400 29
In 1957 she became the first black American athlete to win the Wimbledon singles
    $400 6
The finale of Alfred Hitchcock's "Saboteur" takes place on this national landmark
    $400 9
This sleek, elegant style of the 1920s is also known as jazz modern
    $400 24
You'll find the Museum of Catalan Art in this Spanish city, the capital of Catalonia
    $400 14
General Ambrose Burnside was one of the early leaders of this organization, abbreviated GAR
    $400 18
Truman said, "It's a recession when your neighbor loses his job, it's" this "when you lose your own"
    $500 30
This "Beloved" author was born Chloe Anthony Wofford in 1931
    $500 7
Barbara Stanwyck got an Oscar nomination for her role in this 1948 thriller based on a 1943 radio play
    $500 10
This English potter was noted for the black basaltes ware he developed around 1768
    DD: $600 25
Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, lies on this sea
    $500 21
"We Build" is the club motto of this civic organization with an Indian name
    $500 19
Konrad Adenauer defined this subject as "the sum total of things that could have been avoided"

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

Jean Tom Matt
$2,700 $100 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jean Tom Matt
$4,200 $2,000 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 29
This Englishman introduced the potato to Ireland & popularized tobacco smoking in Britain
    $200 7
The U.S. Naval War College is maintained in Newport, in this state
    $200 11
Also known for his virtuosity on the pennywhistle, this Irish flautist has taught at the Eastman School
    $200 22
Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of this month of fasting
    $200 10
During the Civil War this writ, ordering that the prisoner be brought before the court, was suspended
    $200 16
Some of this talk show host's favorite recipes are featured in the bestseller "In the Kitchen with Rosie"
    $400 30
In 1570, this Russian czar ravaged Novgorod after hearing rumors that it was conspiring against him
    $400 8
In 1749 this Williamsburg, Virginia college awarded George Washington his surveyors license
    $400 17
He composed the "Eroica Variations" before he wrote the "Eroica Symphony"
    $400 23
Traditionally, the annual Egg Roll on the White House lawn takes place on this day of the week
    $400 12
This delaying tactic used in the Senate has been defined as "talking a bill to death"
    $400 18
"Fear of Fifty" is the first admitted autobiography by this "Fear of Flying" author
    $600 1
In a 1513 work, he described the way a prince could acquire & keep power
    $600 9
Schools in Tulsa include the University of Tulsa & this one, named for its evangelist founder
    $600 27
The bands that this clarinetist led in the 1940s & 1950s were called "Herds"
    $600 24
In Taiwan, Teachers' Day, September 28, celebrates the birthday of this philosopher
    $600 13
In 1989's Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, the Supreme Court nearly reversed this 1973 decision
    $600 19
While teaching at Cornell, she wrote "Gorillas in the Mist"
    DD: $1,000 2
This Italian navigator died in 1512, 5 years after Martin Waldseemuller put his name on the map
    $800 5
Willamette University, in this state capital, is called the oldest institution of higher learning in the West
    DD: $2,000 28
Duke Ellington wrote a musical based on this John Gay ballad opera
    $800 25
On June 11, the day that honors him, hundreds of leis are draped over his statue in front of Iolani Palace
    $800 14
2-word phrase for the power of the federal government to take private property for public use
    $800 20
An art enthusiast, this billionaire oilman wrote "Collector's Choice" & "The Joys of Collecting"
    $1000 3
This "Praise of Folly" author taught Greek at Cambridge & published a Greek New Testament
    $1000 6
This Nashville school has a collection of network evening news telecasts dating back to 1968
    $1000 4
Richard Bonynge, former musical director of the Australian Opera, is married to this soprano
    $1000 26
In Mexico March 21 is a national holiday because it's the birthday of this man, the "Abraham Lincoln" of Mexico
    $1000 15
It's the legal process by which a person's citizenship can be taken away, or by which it may be given up
    $1000 21
His book "Memoirs of a Chinese Revolutionary" was published posthumously in 1927

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jean Tom Matt
$7,200 $8,200 $3,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

The last king of the Hellenes, he was the second to bear this name

Final scores:

Jean Tom Matt
$3,200 $1,900 $0
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jean Tom Matt
$6,000 $8,100 $3,400
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
5 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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Game tape date: 1994-10-11
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