Show #1142 - Tuesday, July 18, 1989

1989 Senior Tournament semifinal game 2.


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Freda Mammina, a teacher from Yonkers, New York

Ouida Rellstab, a teacher from New Orleans, Louisiana

Tom Welter, a quality controller from Anaheim, California

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will provide you with probably 2/3 of the equation, you have to supply that missing element.)
    $100 1
1950s first lady who was so fond of pink that in her day the White House was called "the Pink Palace"
    $100 5
"Look for" this, not a union label, "whene'er a cloud appears in the sky"
    $100 30
You can bet this game, played in a fronton, is more popular in Florida than any other state
    $100 21
Tareyton claimed its smokers would "rather fight than" do this
    $100 4
Of the 150 of these, 73 are said to have been written by David
    $100 12
Hear no evil,...
Speak no evil
    $200 2
A native of Independence, Missouri, she lived to be almost 98 years old
    $200 6
"There's" one of these "round my shoulder, and a sky of blue above"
    $200 26
Stephen Foster's "Old Folks At Home" made this Florida river famous
    $200 22
Government official whose stated goal is to make th U.S. a "smoke-free society by the year 2000"
    $200 17
In the 1st month of their 2nd year in the desert, Moses & the people celebrated this holiday
    $200 13
    $300 3
Her mother's maiden name was Elizabeth Quincy
    $300 7
Watch out for the Sheik of Araby; at night when you're asleep he'll creep into this
    $300 27
In the movie "Where the Boys Are", it's the city where the boys are
    $300 23
He rides the range in many countries since his cigarette is the top seller in the world
    $300 18
Deuteronomy prescribes this form of capital punishment for idolatry & adultery
    $300 14
"Veni,... vici"
    $400 10
This neurotic 19th century first lady was disparagingly known as "The She-Wolf"
    $400 8
"If I had Aladdin's lamp for only a day, I'd make a wish and here's what I'd say..."
    DD: $900 28
In the U.S., this mammal is found mainly in Florida:
    $400 24
It's the slogan for Virginia Slims
    $400 19
Both Micah & this prophet wrote, "And they shall beat their swords into plowshares"
    $400 15
... Melchior, Balthasar
    $500 11
Patty Duke played this first lady in a 1984 miniseries that starred Barry Bostwick
    $500 9
In "Good Boy", Helen Kane made this B. Kalmar-H. Ruby song famous, "Boop-boop-a-doop"
    $500 29
The Sunshine Skyway crosses this bay to connect St. Petersburg to the Tamiami Trail
    $500 25
In a famous scene in "Now, Voyager", Paul Henreid lights 2 cigarettes & hands 1 to her, his co-star
    $500 20
King Darius of Persia contributed to its rebuilding fund
    $500 16
Chanel No. 5 ... Chanel No. 22

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Tom Ouida Freda
$1,800 $700 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Ouida Freda
$2,200 $2,500 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Also known as.)
(Alex: Two of my favorites, and I hope yours...)
    $200 1
This late character actor's original name was Richmond Reed Carradine
    $200 11
Some of these fruit & oil producing trees in Mediterranean countries are more than 2,000 years old
    $200 10
This Pulitzer Prize-winning poet was the brother of Pulitzer Prize-winner Wm. Rose Benét
    $200 17
The Ainu, who lived there before the Japanese, gave this sacred mountain its name
    $200 22
Although space shuttles are launched from Cape Canaveral, mission control is located in this city
    $200 6
Ginger said the publicity dept. started the persistent rumor that she & Fred did this all the time
    $400 2
This flamenco dancer is Italian-American, & his real name is Costanzo Greco
    $400 16
Specifically used to support some legume plants, Archie's pal Jughead is as thin as one
    $400 12
Late playwright Federico Garcia Lorca has been called this country's best-known modern poet
    $400 21
You can ski on Mount Hermon, whose snows are a major source of this Biblical river
    $400 23
Of 2, 4 or 6 days, length of time it took to reach the moon
    $400 7
He wrote "Let's Face The Music & Dance" & "Change Partners" for Fred & Ginger, God bless him
    $600 3
He was born William Samuel Rosenberg; James Caan played him in "Funny Lady"
    $600 18
These fronded plants were the most common type on Earth 300 million years ago
    $600 13
Masculine pen name of the late English poetess Florence Margaret Smith
    $600 25
Custer's last stand was precipitated by a gold rush into these hills sacred to the Sioux
    DD: $2,000 8
An Astaire & Rogers film was named for this piece of Fred's clothing
    $800 4
This singing movie star's real name is Doris Kappelhoff
    $800 19
When it's time to harvest this crop, you'll probably pick a picker-sheller
    DD: $2,400 14
They courted in secret because of her despotic father, & were secretly married on September 12, 1846
    $800 26
World Book says Mt. Elbrus in the Caucasus is the highest peak on this continent
    $800 9
In their 9th film, Fred & Ginger played this early 20th C. dance team famous for their "walk"
    $1000 5
Late Austrian actress-singer Karoline Blamauer, who was married to Kurt Weill
    $1000 20
The twigs of this plant now used for liniment were once used for divining rods in water witching
    $1000 15
American poet Amy Lowell wrote a biography of this English poet known for his odes
    $1000 27
The highest peaks east of the Mississippi are in the Blue Ridge Range in this state
    $1000 24
After Fred & Ginger did this samba-style dance in "Flying Down to Rio", it became a national craze

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Ouida Freda
$4,000 $7,100 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Hotel made famous by Dorothy Parker, Franklin Pierce Adams & Robert Benchley

Final scores:

Tom Ouida Freda
$8,000 $8,001 $7,600
2nd place: $5,000 Finalist 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Ouida Freda
$2,600 $5,500 $4,700
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,800

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Game tape date: 1989-02-28
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