Show #2286 - Monday, July 11, 1994

1994 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 1.


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Penny Evans, a retired tour guide from Annapolis, Maryland

Diane Dowden, a retired teacher from Orange, California

Joe Clonick, a composer and musician originally from Chicago, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
The filmy dome & bowl-and-doily types of these arachnids weave flat, sheet-like webs
    $100 13
George M. Cohan's original title for this song was "You're a Grand Old Rag"; he didn't mean it as an insult
    $100 6
The sandal-style shoe sold by this five & dime store is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute
    $100 8
In 1955 this Anaheim attraction opened to become "The Happiest Place on Earth"
    $100 17
Its current chairman is Robert J. Eaton, who succeeded Lee Iacocca
    $100 1
Sierra, the magazine of the Sierra Club, is published in this City by the Bay
    $200 27
The bellies of most snakes are covered with scutes, large types of these
    $200 22
In really old song titles, this adjective describes Leilani, Rosie O'Grady & Georgia Brown
    $200 7
This girl in the Buster Brown comic strip has a shoe named for her, too
    $200 9
In 1945 a former Du Pont chemist invented these airtight containers typically sold at parties
    $200 18
Thomas Watson, Jr., once this computer co.'s chairman, also served as a U.S. ambassador to the U.S.S.R.
    $200 2
This porcine Muppet advises, "Never eat anything at one sitting that you can't lift"
    $300 28
Like salamanders, caecilians belong to this class of animals
    $300 23
William Frawley introduced the song "My Mammy" in Vaudeville but its most associated with this entertainer
    $300 14
"Gee", this Italian leather house has been selling its famous loafer in the U.S. since the early '50s
    $300 10
On Dec. 5, 1933 at 5:32 p.m., drinkers toasted the end of this
    $300 19
After being relieved of command in 1951, he became chairman of the board at Remington Rand
    $300 3
It's the last month of the year that has only 30 days
    DD: $1,000 29
The vinegar eel isn't a fish but a nematode, one of these invertebrates
    $400 24
According to the title by James Blake, it's where "me and Mamie O'Rorke tripped the light fantastic"
    $400 15
This model from G.H. Bass & Co. was based on a Norwegian-type moccasin
    $400 11
In late 1990 34 European & North American nations signed the Charter of Paris, officially ending this "War"
    $400 20
In 1982 he retired as chairman of Polaroid's board
    $400 4
One of Alabama's nicknames, the "Yellowhammer State", refers to a color on uniforms worn during this war
    $500 30
The steenbok, this kind of animal, sometimes seeks refuge in an abandoned aardvark burrow
    $500 25
He not only wrote "Alexander's Ragtime Band", he co-wrote "Alexander's Bag-Pipe Band"
    $500 16
Styles of this shoe include Balmoral, saddle & wing-tip
    $500 12
On Feb. 11, 1975 this person succeeded Edward Heath as leader of Britain's Conservatives
    $500 21
In 1903 he became chairman of U.S. Steel; 3 years later an Indiana city was named for him
    $500 5
There's an outstanding portrait gallery inside Gripsholm Castle in this Scandinavian country

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

Joe Diane Penny
$1,300 $100 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Diane Penny
$3,700 $900 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Ostia stood at the mouth of this river, about 15 miles from Rome
    $200 12
This heavenly symbol is on more than 15 of the 50 flags, including those of Alaska & Tennessee
    $200 11
The awaited descendant of Muhammad who will restore purity to this religion is called the Mahdi
    $200 26
This Jamaican team plans to be in the cool running for the gold in 1998
    $200 21
Some southern states bestow this honorary title on prominent people, such as Harland Sanders
    $200 1
Longfellow's sonnet about this author of "The Canterbury Tales" calls him "The Poet of the Dawn"
    $400 7
This founder of The Academy was ill at the time of Socrates' execution & was not present
    $400 13
Its state reptile is the mountain boomer lizard, not the Sooner lizard
    $400 17
His "Analects" does not mention the concept of yin & yang; the "I Ching" does
    $400 27
Event held in a pool that has solo & duet competition
    $400 22
When Wilhelm I of Prussia became emperor of all of Germany in 1871, he took this title
    $400 2
Originally, she published her novel "Wuthering Heights" under the masculine pen name Ellis Bell
    $600 8
This city on the Euphrates became important during the reign of its Amorite King Hammurabi
    $600 14
Its state boat is the Nautilus even though it's the Constitution State
    $600 18
King Asoka's son Mahinda helped establish this as Sri Lanka's state religion
    $600 28
In 1994, with a world-record time, he speed-skated to the gold in the 1,000 meters
    $600 23
Used in eastern Africa as a form of address, this Swahili word comes from Arabic for "our father"
    $600 3
He based the character of Buck Mulligan in "Ulysses" on Irish poet Oliver St. John Gogarty
    $800 9
Roman emperor Claudius wrote a history, now lost, of this pre-Roman people of Central Italy
    $800 15
This New England state's bird & tree both have red in their names
    $800 19
Cargo cults reached their peak in the '30s & '40s in Melanesia & on this 2nd-largest island in the world
    $800 29
Competitors in the 1968 Summer Games held in this city were affected by the altitude
    DD: $2,000 24
This highest title in British peerage comes from a Latin word for "leader"
    $800 4
Sadly, this author of "The Age of Innocence" never finished her last novel, "The Buccaneers"
    $1000 10
This city was the capital of Egypt's Old Kingdom & later, the seat of the Persian governors
    DD: $2,000 16
Its state coat of arms features a king on the left & a goddess of liberty on the right
    $1000 20
In the face of persecution, the Marranos, Jews of this country, outwardly adopted Christianity
    $1000 25
In 1797 Napoleon abolished this office that had ruled Venice for 1100 years
    $1000 5
This creator of Emma Bovary has been called "The Recluse of Croisset", but he was actually quite sociable

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Diane Penny
$8,900 $700 $2,100
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 3 countries in the Western Hemisphere that have a "Z" in their names

Final scores:

Joe Diane Penny
$7,800 $2 $100
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joe Diane Penny
$8,900 $2,700 $5,100
24 R,
2 W
10 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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Game tape date: 1994-03-07
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