Show #1195 - Friday, November 10, 1989

1989 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 5.


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Chris Shea, a radio operator from Los Angeles, California

Rich Lerner, a lawyer from Pago Pago, American Samoa

Cathy Boggs, a freelance writer originally from Appleton, Wisconsin

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In the "Aeneid", Virgil wrote, "I fear" them "even when they bring gifts"
    $100 1
A clause in Orson Welles' RKO contract prevents Ted Turner from colorizing this 1941 film
    $100 2
According to ancient rumor, Mark Antony donated 200,000 books to this city's library
    $100 14
The mother of a mule
    $100 23
These 7 characters received their names from the Disney studios, not from the Brothers Grimm
    $100 10
It's a prefix meaning "former" but it's also used alone to describe a former spouse
    $200 3
England's James I called it "Hateful to the nose, harmful to the brain, dangerous to the lungs"
    $200 18
It was the 2nd film in the "Star Wars" trilogy
    $200 5
When the Library of Congress bought this president's private library, it doubled its collection
    $200 19
It's another name for your coccyx
    $200 27
The Pied Piper was hired by Hamelin to rid the town of these pests
    $200 11
It is I, royally speaking
    $300 4
19th C. German chancellor who spoke of "Blut und Eisen", meaning "blood & iron"
    $300 20
Vangelis' theme from this 1981 British film took a record 21 weeks on the charts to reach No. 1
    $300 7
In 1757 King George II gave his royal library to this London museum's library
    $300 24
Union Carbide makes this common car additive that contains ethylene glycol
    $300 28
This author was born in a slum in Odense, Denmark on April 2, 1805
    $300 15
Freudian component of personality that seeks immediate gratification
    $400 12
Longfellow called it "The Universal Language of Mankind"
    $400 21
Herbert Marshall played this author in "The Moon & Sixpence" & "The Razor's Edge"
    DD: $400 8
This D.C. Shakespeare library is named for the oil executive who founded it
    $400 26
This unit of measure in weather is abbreviated mb
    $400 29
In this tale, the heroine is named for the rampion her father stole from the witch's garden
    $400 16
Originating in China c. 2300 B.C., it's still the most popular board game in Japan
    $500 13
Pascal said if her "nose had been shorter, the whole face of the world would have been changed"
    $500 22
It completes the title of the 1973 film "No Sex Please,..."
    $500 9
Pope Clement VII commissioned him to design the Medicean-Laurentian Library in 1523
    $500 25
Frenchman who discovered the Piezoelectric Effect, that certain crystals when stressed make electricity
    $500 30
She wrote 6 sequels to "Anne of Green Gables", but her adult fiction never sold well
    $500 17
A girlfriend of Zeus, or a moon of Jupiter

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

Cathy Rich Chris
-$900 $1,300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Rich Chris
$1,600 $3,300 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
A work week of this many days was not generally accepted until the 1930s
    $200 23
The Mona Lisa was painted in oil on this, not canvas
    $200 3
U.S. pioneers in this industry include Little, Brown & Co., 1837 & Houghton Mifflin Co., 1832
    $200 27
This Ibsen play usually ends with Nora leaving home because she's tired of being treated like a toy
    $200 14
A Soviet writer says he found the lost graveyard of this czar & his family
    $200 20
Anne Lindbergh's maiden name
    $400 2
Gerald Ford, Hale Boggs & Allen Dulles were among those appointed to this commission 11/29/63
    $400 16
Winslow Homer's "Prisoners from the Front" is a scene from this war
    $400 4
Nestle became "contented" when it acquired this company in 1985
    $400 30
The original cast of this Agatha Christie play featured Richard Attenborough as a detective, not a rodent
    $400 9
Gorbachev cut short his trip to NYC in 1988 to visit this republic devastated by a 6.9 earthquake
    $400 21
Julia Howe's
    $600 8
In 1904, Ida Tarbell published the muckraking history of this oil company
    $600 15
On May 9, 1989 a self-portrait by this artist went for a whopping $47.85 million
    $600 5
These new Nabisco animal cookies were almost called "Grrrrahams"
    $600 25
In "West Side Story", these gangs represent the Capulets & the Montagues
    $600 10
The party chief who lost the election in this city, the cradle of the revolution, was running unopposed
    $600 22
Adela St. Johns'
    DD: $1,000 12
Between '46-51 this organization was headquartered at the Sperry gyroscope plant at Lake Success on Long Island
    $800 17
Meaning "like a wild beast", it's the art movement associated with Matisse
    $800 6
Edward VII's authorization in 1901 allowed John Doulton's Co. to market porcelain under this name
    $800 29
Actor-playwright who won a 1979 Pulitzer Prize for "Buried Child"
    $800 11
To quell recent protests in Tbilisi in this republic, the gov't used poison gas & several people died
    $800 24
Mary Rinehart's
    $1000 13
At 1st this "radio priest" supported FDR but in later years opposed the New Deal
    DD: $3,000 18
Artist whose most famous painting, seen here, is an example of the Rococo style:
    $1000 7
Catalog shoppers know Lillian Katz better by this name
    $1000 28
Durrenmatt play in which a woman promises to give townspeople a fortune if they will kill her ex-lover
    $1000 19
We gave the Soviets this spy in 1962 to get back U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers
    $1000 26
Mary Dodge's

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Rich Chris
$3,000 $8,700 $3,400
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 4 U.S. states with a population density greater than 500 people per square mile

Final scores:

Cathy Rich Chris
$0 $10,500 $0
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cathy Rich Chris
$6,000 $8,500 $3,400
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
14 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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Game tape date: 1989-10-16
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