Show #2348 - Wednesday, November 16, 1994

1994 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.


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Bart Thomas, a Senior Tournament winner from Bridgewater, New Jersey

Kurt Bray, a scientist from Oceanside, California

Amy Fine, a wife and mother from Potomac, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 12
This traitor took a cut in rank from major general in the U.S. Army to brigadier general in the British Army
    $100 26
"Bosom Buddies" star who went on to make a "Big" splash in "Forrest Gump"
    $100 7
It's Texas' state dish, & it's con carne
    $100 6
She helped found the Rancho Mirage, California drug treatment center named for her
    $100 1
Frank Galluccio gave him the scar that earned him the nickname "Scarface"
    $100 17
The Canadian, or back type, of this is leaner; it comes from the loin area of a hog's back
    $200 13
In 1765 Dr. James Baker opened his first factory in Massachusetts to make this - how sweet!
    $200 27
He looked "mahvelous" on "Soap" & "Saturday Night Live" before becoming a "City Slicker"
    $200 8
Oregon's state insect is the swallowtail, a type of this
    $200 18
Her 1984 assassination was in retaliation for an attack she ordered on the Sikhs' holiest shrine
    $200 2
Vincenzo Peruggia stole the Mona Lisa from this museum in 1911 & kept it for two years
    $200 19
The call of the males of these pond creatures sounds like "jug-a-rum"
    $300 14
Mormons say divine intervention sent these birds to stop a cricket infestation in 1848
    $300 28
In 1978 "Grease" was the word for this Sweathog; in 1994 he was seen in "Pulp Fiction"
    $300 9
It's the state tree of West Virginia & Vermont
    $300 21
This song came about when Julia Ward Howe wrote new lyrics to "John Brown's Body"
    $300 3
A reversed photo of this young outlaw started the legend that he was left-handed
    $300 20
This interjection is an Irish euphemism for "By God!"
    $400 15
In 1949 the Senate ratified this treaty that joined the U.S. with 11 others in a mutual defense pact
    $400 29
A guest part on "Happy Days" led to his own series; later, he gave a genie a voice
    $400 10
This natural-born mimic is the state bird of Tennessee
    $400 22
After leaving the presidency of NOW in 1970, she wrote a column for McCall's
    $400 4
The real name of this assassin assassin was Jacob Rubenstein
    $400 24
This 1958 treaty created an economic union among the Netherlands, Luxembourg & Belgium
    DD: $500 16
After losing his Senate seat to John F. Kennedy, he was made U.S. representative at the United Nations
    $500 30
In 1994 this former "Family Ties" star got "Greedy" with Olivia d'Abo & Kirk Douglas
    $500 11
This often-carved mineral is Alaska's state gem
    $500 23
This modern dance pioneer lost her two children when they drowned in a 1913 auto accident
    $500 5
A county courthouse in Dedham, Massachusetts was the site of this infamous 1921 trial
    $500 25
Bujumbura, on Lake Tanganyika, is the capital of this country

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

Amy Kurt Bart
$1,500 $400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Kurt Bart
$3,400 $200 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Tough!)
(Alex: Tough!)
(Alex: Fun!)
(Alex: Don't mind me, I don't know if they're tough or fun!)
    $200 6
After his cousin, Empress Zauditu, died in 1930, he became emperor of Ethiopia
    $200 7
This novel that won the 1937 Pulitzer was originally entitled "Tomorrow is Another Day"
    $200 1
This gray hunting dog was formerly called a Weimar pointer
    $200 16
Several U.S. cities & counties are named for this builder of the first successful steamboat
    $200 21
This river is responsible for irrigating about 6 million acres of land in Egypt
    $200 26
Referring to her father, Margaret Truman said, "He loved politicians, even those from" this party
    $400 8
This king of Jordan was only 21 when he divorced his first wife, Queen Dina, in 1957
    $400 12
This 1932 winner begins with the marriage of Wang Lung & O-lan
    $400 2
The Bedlington breed of this dog looks like a little lamb
    $400 17
His son was the first president of the International Harvester Company
    $400 22
Katowice & Warszawa are this country's two most populous provinces
    $400 27
In a 1973 Newsweek article, this Ugandan dictator was quoted as saying, "I am the hero of Africa"
    $600 9
Queen Ena of Spain, the last surviving granddaughter of this queen of England, died in 1969
    $600 13
Larry McMurtry won the 1986 prize for this novel
    $600 3
Despite its name, this small dog is not totally without a coat; it has little tufts on its head & tail
    $600 18
In 1854 Isaac Singer's company was ordered to pay this inventor royalties for each sewing machine sold
    $600 23
A British colony until 1959, this island city-state is the smallest nation in southeast Asia
    $600 28
In 1984 this San Francisco mayor remarked that "toughness doesn't have to come in a pinstripe suit"
    $800 10
Olaf V, this country's king from 1957-1991, married his first cousin, Princess Martha, in 1929
    $800 14
Von Humboldt Fleischer is the title character of this 1976 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel
    $800 4
The breed of dog that the British call the Alsatian we call this
    DD: $1,500 19
Man seen here via a process he invented:
    $800 24
This South Dakota peak near Rapid City was named for a New York attorney, who represented mining investors
    $800 29
In 1976 this vice president identified 3 periods in life: youth, middle age & how well you look
    $1000 11
This country's current king was born Carl Gustaf Folke Hubertus, at the Haga Palace in 1946
    DD: $2,000 15
She received a 1989 Pulitzer for her bestselling novel "Breathing Lessons"
    $1000 5
This dog famous for the crest along its spine was developed in South Africa
    $1000 20
He was knighted in 1866 not for his temperature scale, but for helping develop the transatlantic cable
    $1000 25
131 feet below sea level, Argentina's lowest point is on this dry, windy region's Valdez Peninsula
    $1000 30
In 1987 this German chancellor said, "I have been underestimated for decades. I've done very well that way"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Kurt Bart
$5,200 $2,700 $3,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

A midshipman at age 9, he served in the War of 1812 at age 11, & became a Civil War hero while in his 60s

Final scores:

Amy Kurt Bart
$3,599 $5,350 $0
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Kurt Bart
$5,200 $4,500 $3,400
20 R,
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $13,100

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Game tape date: 1994-10-11
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