Show #631 - Monday, May 11, 1987

1987 Senior Tournament quarterfinal game 1.
Inaugural Senior Tournament game.


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Dorothy McClellan, an airline employee from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Joe Dobkins, a manufacturer's representative from Oceanside, New York

Irene Grzywacz, a teacher originally from Connecticut

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
It's said these furry rodents were named for the Chincha Indians, who used to eat them
    $100 1
He had affairs with Cassius' wife & Brutus' mother, giving the guys good reason to stab him
    $100 6
First made in the 17th century, this country's Imari ware includes blue & white sake bottles
    $100 10
You don't hit someone with this "lead pipe"; you eat it with meatballs
    $100 19
The Digambara monks of India believe that salvation is not possible for this sex
    $100 4
The hollow cone through which cheerleaders scream at you
    $200 11
Because of man, the zebra-like quagga & Steller's sea cow are both this
    $200 2
What the Roman elite did with dormice, ostrich wings & flamingo tongues
    $200 22
The controversial china Nancy Reagan ordered is bordered in this, her favorite color
    $200 15
"Sneeze", shaken in soups & salads
    $200 20
The Phoenicians used to sacrifice these to the god Moloch, definitely not according to Spock
    $200 5
Dancers' rhythm instruments whose name derives from Spanish word for chestnut, "castana"
    $300 12
Most mammals are homoiothermic, which means this is constant year-round
    $300 3
Roman historians usually wrote in this language until Cato the Elder wrote "Origines" in Latin
    $300 25
"Queen's ware" was named for the wife of this last king of the American colonies
    $300 16
To order liver cooked with these, a waitress yells, "Put out the lights & cry!"
    $300 21
In 1934, at the age of 79, Evangeline Booth became the 1st woman general in this religious "corps"
    $400 13
Monotremes are the only mammals which give birth this way
    $400 7
Among these, a sector was a light-armored version of the heavily armored Samnite
    $400 26
Firm famed for its pale blue jasperware adorned with white classical figures
    $400 17
If you want this Irish immigrant entree, scream "red horse, put a wreath on it!"
    $400 23
In a traditional Jewish wedding, the couple is married under 1 of these, symbolic of the bridal chamber
    $500 14
All mammals of the order pinnipedia have this kind of feet
    DD: $500 8
On the earliest known Roman calendar, these were the 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th months
    $500 27
The 1st European soft-paste porcelain was made by a member of this famous family of Florence
    $500 18
If you "brand bossy", you're doing this
    $500 24
Name of this religion founded in the 7th c. can be translated as "submission", "surrender" or "commitment"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 8):

Irene Joe Dorothy
$500 $0 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Irene Joe Dorothy
$2,000 $1,300 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This country now has the largest submarine fleet in the world
    $200 6
It was established from the fortune left our gov't in 1829 by British scientist James Smithson
    $200 7
A strapless slipper, or the farm animal who's probably too stubborn to wear it
    $200 16
F. Tennyson & C. Tennyson Turner wrote "Poems by 2 Brothers" with this more famous brother
    $200 26
Apple Valley's most famous citizen, he once sponsored a girls' bowling team called the "Triggerettes"
    $200 21
On their knees, baritones sing to her, "You is my woman now"
    $400 2
Elizabeth I knighted him upon his Golden Hind
    $400 9
By a rules committee decision, this has been served in the Senate restaurant every day since 1907
    $400 8
Southern slang for a peanut, or southern name for a Pyle on "The Andy Griffith Show"
    $400 17
Tho not usually regarded as black authors, this former French pere & fils were of black heritage
    $400 27
Abbreviate his native state & you'll find his 1st name; watch "Three's Company" & you'll find his son
    $400 22
As George M. Cohan said "It's a grand old name"
    DD: $600 3
Docked in New England it's called the oldest commissioned ship afloat in any of the world's navies
    $600 10
Tho much larger, this was built in the exact proportions of Ancient Egyptian obelisks
    DD: $1,000 13
A Northerner who goes South for the winter, or this 1970 hit:

"When I was young my heart was young then too..."
    $600 18
Tho his novel "The Rainbow" was banned as "obscene", he wrote a sequel, "Women in Love", anyway
    $600 23
If your name is this, & you're Irish, "I'll take you home again"
    $800 4
Among former names of this service was "The Revenue Marines"
    $800 11
Washington is divided into 4 unequal quadrants with this building at its center
    $800 14
The Archbishop of Manila, or what you shouldn't commit in front of him
    $800 19
He won Pulitzer Prizes for "Alice Adams" & "The Magnificent Ambersons"
    $800 24
Of her, it's asked "When did your sparkle turn to fire & your warmth become desire?"
    $1000 5
In the 1770s, to help prevent scurvy, he served sauerkraut aboard his ship, the Endeavor
    $1000 12
Tho work on it began in 1907, this famed Episcopal church has never been completed
    $1000 15
A proverbial saying, or the brand of coffee you drink while thinking of it
    $1000 20
Religious mania forced this Russian to burn his sequel to his great novel "Dead Souls"
    $1000 25
"At night, dear heart, for you I pine," usually in groups of 4

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Irene Joe Dorothy
$8,600 $1,300 $5,700

Final Jeopardy! Round

It was Steve Allen who coined this show's question, "Is it bigger than a breadbox?"

Final scores:

Irene Joe Dorothy
$10,000 $2,600 $8,700
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Irene Joe Dorothy
$8,600 $1,300 $5,300
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
7 R,
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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Game tape date: 1987-02-10
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