Show #1144 - Thursday, July 20, 1989

1989 Senior Tournament final game 1.


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Bob Drez, a teacher from Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Ouida Rellstab, a teacher from New Orleans, Louisiana

Jim Friguglietti, a college professor from Billings, Montana

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
A greedy king, or a brand of automobile muffler
    $100 17
As you do this "so you must lie on it", which is hard to do if you think about it
    $100 16
On a single day, a satellite counted 7,603 fires burning in the rain forests of this river basin
    $100 1
In 1895 Henry Irving became the first British actor to receive this honor
    $100 8
"I get no kick from champagne," wrote Cole Porter in this classic from "Anything Goes"
    $100 26
Barbara Hutton's grandad, his NYC skyscraper was built on your parents' nickels & dimes
    $200 4
The muse of history, or an award given for the best advertisements of the year
    $200 18
"There is a remedy for all things but" this
    $200 22
The EPA is planning to extinguish all new use of this carcinogenic fire retardant
    $200 2
Stage name of Emilie Charlotte Le Breton, the "Jersey Lily"
    $200 9
In 1941's "Ziegfeld Girl", Tony Martin sang "You Stepped..."
    DD: $600 27
This five & dimer is the "K" in K Mart
    $300 5
The Greek goddess of victory, or a brand of athletic show
    $300 19
"Gold goes in any gate, except" this one
    $300 23
The 125 ft. Sebrell Elm, the largest in the U.S., is dying of this fungus disease
    $300 10
Historically, this ancient Greek is considered the very 1st actor
    $300 13
A 1932 Rudy Vallee hit said "Let's" do this "and go to sleep"
    $300 28
Chenille stems, which are better known as these, are one of the few items you can still buy for a dime
    $400 6
The sea nymph who loved Odysseus, or a type of Caribbean folk music
    $400 20
According to Dickens, these will happen even in "the best-regulated families"
    $400 24
Du Pont recently announced it would stop manufacturing chlorofluoro-
carbons because they damage this
    $400 11
Born Maude Kiskadden in Utah in 1872, she was best known for playing Peter Pan
    $400 14
Song that says, "I want you to want me, I need you so badly, I can't think of anything but you"
    $500 7
A priestess of Aphrodite, or a kind of sandwich
    $500 21
In "Lady Clara Vere de Vere", Tennyson wrote, "Kind hearts are more than" these
    $500 25
In 1988 a canine virus killed thousands of these marine mammals near the coast of Europe
    $500 12
George Bernard Shaw wrote the part of Eliza Doolittle for this actress, whom he reported loved
    $500 15
1970 Diana Ross hit also heard at the 1984 Summer Olympics opening ceremonies

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

Jim Ouida Bob
$1,200 $900 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Ouida Bob
$1,800 $2,300 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
Christmas, or a large log traditionally burned at that time
    $200 11
Speculation in these bulbs in Holland in the 17th century caused financial chaos
    $200 12
Around 1839 the Old State House Bell came to be known as this
    $200 26
Born in Paris, this noted Chinese cellist is a real "Yo-Yo"
    $200 1
Europe is a huge peninsula that extends westward from this continent
    $200 3
It can be a collection of 3 works by 1 author or 3 by different authors with a common theme
    $400 22
To do this involves the respiratory muscles & may be caused by watching other do it
    $400 13
Called gum trees in Australia, these tall flowering trees provide oil for medicine & leaves for koalas
    $400 14
Henry Cabot Lodge led the fight to keep the U.S. from joining this after WWI
    $400 27
This brilliant Israeli-American violinist is a avid New York Knicks fan
    $400 2
This country, at the outlet of the Ganges & 2 other major rivers, had severe floods in September 1988
    $400 4
This type of verse is also called unrhymed iambic pentameter
    $600 23
The 2 four-letter weapons you can fence with
    $600 15
After creating the boysenberry. Rudolph Boysen gave his vines to this founder of a California amusement park
    $600 19
On January 3, 1777 Gen. Washington's forces captured Nassau Hall, this college's administration building
    DD: $1,000 28
19th century composer on whose work Rachmaninoff based the following:
    $600 8
2 of the 4 major islands of Indonesia, together the form the Greater Sunda Islands
    DD: $1,300 5
Latin for "a great work", it's a major literary work, or a writer's masterpiece
    $800 24
To push your wares in the streets, or a bird of prey of the order Falconiformes
    $800 16
When talking about plants it means a disease caused by certain fungi, not dirty pictures
    $800 20
In 1870 David Porter became the 2nd U.S. admiral; this man, his adopted brother, was the 1st
    $800 29
Famed for his 18-K. gold flute, this Irish flautist had a hit playing John Denver's "Annie's Song"
    $800 9
Africa's highest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro, is in this country
    $800 6
In literature it's not artillery but a body of writings established as authentic
    $1000 25
From the metaphor of the church as a ship, the term for this part of a church is from the Latin for "ship"
    $1000 17
For flowers, it's considered the 1st stage in the reproductive process
    $1000 21
In 1976's "Koreagate", the Justice Department investigated this South Korean businessman
    $1000 10
The term "Banana Republic" originally referred to this Central American country
    $1000 7
Term for writings of doubtful authority that's applied to some books associated with the Bible

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Ouida Bob
$3,400 $9,600 $2,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

Berengaria, who never set foot in England, was its queen for 8 yrs. after marrying this king on Cyprus

Final scores:

Jim Ouida Bob
$6,400 $6,799 $3,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jim Ouida Bob
$3,400 $8,900 $3,600
13 R,
1 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
9 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $15,900

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Game tape date: 1989-02-28
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