Show #1192 - Tuesday, November 7, 1989

1989 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 2.


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Ouida Rellstab, a teacher and Seniors Tournament winner from Metairie, Louisiana

Bruce Cox, a computer operations analyst from Lakeside, California

Cigus Vanni, a psychologist originally from South Amboy, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
The island of Luzon contains more than 1/3 of this country's area & almost 1/2 of its population
    $100 7
Girls between 12-15 are the people most likely to develop scoliosis, a curvature of this body part
    $100 18
At the end of this show's 20th season, a baby named Gabriela was born to Luis & Maria
    $100 23
Mamma Mia! This country has a spaghetti historical museum in Pontedassio
    $100 1
Architect I.M. Pei's middle name; we don't know if he descends from the famous dynasty
    $100 2
A white sturgeon or a white whale
    $200 10
These Ecuadorian islands are known officially as the Columbus Archipelago
    $200 8
Hemodialysis removes waste material from the blood, a job usually done by these organs
    $200 19
PBS is taking "A Second Look" at some of the best programs made by this former LBJ press secretary
    $200 24
You can visit an Asian art museum, a carousel museum & a cable car museum in this city
    $200 11
It was novelist Henry Miller's middle name, though he wasn't born on Feb. 14 & he was certainly no saint
    $200 3
The title of a Burton & Taylor film based on a Tennessee Williams play, or the noise a cannon makes
    DD: $500 12
1/2 of this 2nd largest island in the world is an independent country; the other 1/2 belongs to Indonesia
    $300 28
Parasitic worms in undercooked pork can cause this disease in humans
    $300 20
He was doing his stand-up political satire at D.C.'s Shoreham Hotel 14 years before his PBS specials
    $300 25
You don't have to be nuts to visit The Nut Museum in this Nutmeg State
    $300 15
Middle name shared by Sen. Thos. Benton & the artist Thomas Benton, who was his grandnephew
    $300 4
It's the land of giants in "Gulliver's Travels"
    $400 13
In 1972 this nation extended its territorial waters to 50 mi., causing a "cod war" with Britain & others
    $400 21
Jacob Bronowski is best known in the U.S. for this 1974 BBC series & the book of the same title
    $400 26
The American Museum of Natural History has an annual film festival named for this anthropologist
    $400 16
Cereal heiress Marjorie Post's middle name
    $400 5
Oscar Wilde said, "Every great man has his disciples, & it is always Judas who writes" this
    $500 14
The oldest black marble quarries in the U.S. are on Isle La Motte in this northeastern lake
    $500 22
"Buster Keaton: A Hard Act to Follow" & "Maurice Sendak: Mon Cher Papa" are segments of this PBS series
    $500 27
This Nevada ghost town boasts the Mark Twain Museum of Memories & the Bucket of Blood Saloon
    $500 17
3 of the Johns in this famed family have had the same middle name, Davison
    $500 6
The only one of South Africa's 3 capitals that fits the category

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Cigus Bruce Ouida
$0 $500 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cigus Bruce Ouida
$800 $2,100 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
The Aqua Claudia, completed in 52 A.D., brought this to Rome from over 60 km away
    $200 10
Walter Annenberg founded this teenage girls' magazine in the '40s
    $200 12
Of J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach, or Irving Goldberg, the composer of "The Goldberg Variations"
    $200 1
He was known as "The Great White Chief" & "The Hero of San Juan Hill"
    $200 21
Like Washington, D.C., this city is a federal district
    $200 4
"The Plough & the Stars" set in this capital, depicts the 1916 Easter rising against the British
    $400 16
Thor Heyerdahl said Polynesians may have come from South America on rafts made of this wood
    $400 11
Every January this magazine runs "Dubious Achievement Awards"
    $400 13
His biblical oratorios include "Saul", "Jephtha", "Esther" & "Belshazzar"
    $400 2
Daughter of a prominent politician, she gave her 1st public concert at the Hollywood Bowl in 1947
    $400 22
The Argentine version of this dance developed from the milonga & the habanera in the 1800s
    $400 5
It's set in the 1880s in Tuscumbia, Ala. & at the Perkins Institution for the Blind
    $600 17
In 625 B.C. the Chaldeans came to power & revived this ancient empire
    $600 15
When H. Ross founded this magazine, he said it "will not be edited for the old lady from Dubuque"
    $600 23
In 1840 this German romantic married Clara Wieck, an outstanding pianist & a composer, too
    $600 3
Before he was appointed in 1937, the U.S. Supreme Court had only had 1 Brown, 2 Whites, & a Gray
    $600 27
Largest bird of the Pampas, it can be tamed & kept as a farmyard pet
    DD: $600 8
This Gore Vidal play takes place in Philadelphia in 1960 at a political convention
    DD: $500 18
2 famous cities, one in Greece, the other a capital of ancient Egypt, were both named this
    $800 26
This former Secretary of Defense has been appointed publisher of Forbes Magazine
    $800 24
Cesar Franck said this composer of "Symphonie Fantastique" wrote nothing but masterpieces
    $800 6
When given command of a Union army, this general, famed for his whiskers, said he was incompetent
    $800 28
Jesuits were the 1st to cultivate this species of holly that's made into a tea-like drink
    $800 9
The setting of this William Inge play is " a street-corner restaurant in a small Kansas town"
    $1000 19
Abraham bought a burial site from these 1st-known people of Asia Minor, whom the Bible calls "Children of Heth"
    $1000 30
This new magazine for women advertises it's "For the woman who wasn't born yesterday"
    $1000 25
His family added Bartholdy to its name when they inherited property from a relative
    $1000 7
In 1741 this famed revivalist gave his best-known sermon, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"
    $1000 29
He has been called the "George Washington of Argentina"
    $1000 20
The alternate title of this mystery is "Angel Street", which is also the play's setting

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cigus Bruce Ouida
$3,600 $4,700 $5,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

He served as Sec'y of H.E.W., Sec'y of Defense & Att'y General, all in the same year--1973

Final scores:

Cigus Bruce Ouida
$7,000 $2,400 $1,399
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cigus Bruce Ouida
$4,100 $4,700 $6,300
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 1989-10-16
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