Show #1826 - Monday, July 6, 1992

1992 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 1.


Richard Worth, an instructor and executive director from Scottsdale, Arizona

Martha Thompson, a stockbroker from San Marino, California

Mag Birge, a medical secretary from Owensboro, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
During the Civil War, 29 of these were shot from under General Nathan Bedford Forrest
    $100 21
In 1989 the Netherlands State Institute for War Documentation staff put out an edition of her diary
    $100 1
Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor & Debbie Reynolds wore yellow slickers when they sang this title tune
    $100 13
Ex-intelligence agent E. Howard Hunt was convicted in the 1972 break-in at this Washington site
    $100 23
This lighter-than-air craft derives its name from the Latin word for "to direct"
    $100 11
This legendary spirit of the sea keeps dead sailors, not gym shoes, in his "locker"
    $200 6
Samuel Maverick may not have branded his cattle, but he did sign this state's declaration of independence
    $200 22
The journal of this "Squirrel Nutkin" author was deciphered & published in 1966
    $200 2
He was still "Young Blue Eyes" when he & Gene put on sailor suits in "Anchors Aweigh" & "On the Town"
    $200 17
He was only 21 years old when he was hanged as a spy by the British in 1776
    $200 24
This term for a person who travels on foot comes from the Latin word for "foot"
    $200 12
These fabled creatures who are part fish lure men to live with them underwater
    $300 7
In a 1765 speech he said, "If this be treason, make the most of it"
    $300 30
His diary covering 1660 to 1669 was written in shorthand & foreign words
    $300 3
Gene directed this 1969 musical that starred Barbra Streisand as a matchmaker
    $300 18
Chancellor Willy Brandt resigned in 1974 after a close aide was accused of spying for this country
    $300 25
This term for a crazy or foolish person comes from the Latin word for "moon"
    $300 14
You have to use this sporting equipment to get to your room at Jules' Undersea Lodge in Key Largo
    $400 8
Her only son, Thomas Rolfe, was educated in England
    $400 29
Ted Hughes helped edit this late "Ariel" poet's journals, published in 1982
    $400 4
In a 1954 film Gene moved to this enchanted Scottish village; we wonder what year it is there now
    $400 19
In 1953 this couple became the first U.S. civilians executed for espionage
    $400 26
From the name of Plato's school, it's a school that offers special instruction
    $400 15
After WWII this man & Philippe Taillez co-founded the Undersea Research Group at Toulon
    $500 9
During WWI this Illinois social worker was president of the International Congress of Women
    DD: $1,000 28
11 volumes of her diaries have been published as well as her letters to Henry Miller
    $500 10
Gene discovered Leslie Caron in the Ballets des Champ Elysees & cast her as his leading lady in this film
    $500 20
This British officer, Benedict Arnold's co-conspirator, was hanged as a spy Oct. 2, 1780
    $500 27
This word meaning "of the utmost importance" comes from the Latin word "crux" or cross
    $500 16
In "Le Morte d'Arthur" a mysterious arm hands this to King Arthur, then disappears underwater

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

Mag Martha Richard
$3,000 $300 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mag Martha Richard
$4,400 $2,000 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
A plow & a haystack are on this cabinet department's seal
    $200 27
Published in Geneva in 1560, the English version of this book was the 1st to divide chapters into verses
    $200 21
Born in Brooklyn in 1898, his real name was Jacob Gershwin
    $200 4
Custer Battlefield National Monument is located 15 miles south of Hardin in this state
    $200 1
America's first man-in-space program, or the planet closest to the Sun
    $200 16
The pope's Vatican City apartment overlooks this square
    $400 12
This agency developed from the Office of Strategic Services of World War II
    $400 26
In 1948 the World Medical Association revised this oath in Geneva
    $400 22
In 1890 he began work on "Suite Bergamasque" for piano, which includes the celebrated "Clair de Lune"
    $400 5
One of the finest marine gardens in the Caribbean is Buck Island Reef in this U.S. territory
    $400 2
They were once thought of as "hairy stars" & were regarded as evil
    $400 17
A fortnight is 2 weeks & an Olympiad is this long
    $600 13
Undersecretary for International Trade is a post in this cabinet department
    $600 28
Before the U.N. moved in, the Palais de Nations was headquarters for this group
    $600 23
This Polonaise composer was dubbed "The Poet of the Piano"
    DD: $1,300 6
Established in 1906, the volcanic rock seen here was the 1st national monument in the U.S.:
    $600 3
In April 1990 the Hubble Telescope was put into orbit by the crew of this space shuttle
    $600 18
The 2 types of things the Pied Piper piped out of Hamelin
    $800 14
Missouri's largest city in population, it's home to the National Severe Storm Forecast Center
    DD: $3,200 29
The Canton of Geneva is bordered on 3 sides by this country
    $800 24
In addition to the "Grand Canyon" suite, he also wrote the "Hudson River" & "Knute Rockne" suites
    $800 7
The dunes of Great Sand Dunes Nat'l Monument in this state were described in Zebulon Pike's journal
    $800 10
It's long been suggested that Pluto is actually an escaped satellite of this planet
    $800 19
The name of this light open-weave cloth sold in strips comes from the name of a Middle East "strip"
    $1000 15
It's the unfair practice of dividing voting districts to the advantage of one party
    $1000 25
In 1976 the USSR issued a stamp bearing his picture & an excerpt from his "Leningrad Symphony"
    $1000 8
This California monument was named for a tree which the Mormons named for a biblical leader
    $1000 11
This largest moon of Saturn is the only satellite known to have a substantial atmosphere
    $1000 20
Lawyer Henry Durant founded this college for women on his estate near Boston in 1870

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mag Martha Richard
$5,600 $4,800 $3,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

The play in which a fool says, "This cold night will turn us all to fools and madmen"

Final scores:

Mag Martha Richard
$1,599 $2,300 $1,200
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mag Martha Richard
$8,800 $4,300 $4,700
28 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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Game tape date: 1992-02-24
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