Show #2064 - Thursday, July 22, 1993

1993 Seniors Tournament final game 1.


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Will Herrera, a retired airline pilot originally from Pueblo, Colorado

Hugh Murphy, a bank officer from Hockessin, Delaware

Marilyn Kneeland, a retired teacher from San Diego, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
In the 1390s King John I of Castile & King John I of Aragon both died by falling from these animals
    $100 11
This daughter of Ronald Reagan ran fifth in the 1982 California primary for the U.S. Senate
    $100 2
These rubber boots are called wellies for short
    $100 12
His writings include the 1920 publication "Relativity: The Special and General Theory"
    $100 23
He's a lumberjack & he's okay, his footprints became the Great Lakes
    $100 1
Ruth Elizabeth Davis & Lucille Le Sueur in "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?"
    $200 6
Joachim of Fiore divided history into 3 ages: the ages of the Father, the Son & this entity
    $200 10
On Dec. 19, 1974 this former New York governor became vice president under the 25th Amendment
    $200 4
British theatregoers call it the interval
    $200 13
Past winners of this annual event include Bob Verini & Bob Blake
    $200 24
You might say that the source of this biblical hero's strength was hair today, gone tomorrow
    $200 8
Maria Farrow & Ruth Jones in "Rosemary's Baby"
    $300 7
Ancus Marcius, the legendary fourth king of this city, may have been the grandson of Numa Pompilus
    $300 15
In 1960s this senator from Arizona published "The Conscience of a Conservative"
    $300 5
Order candy floss at an amusement park & you'll get this fluffy confection
    $300 14
"A Gardener Touched with Genius" is Peter Dreyer's book on this American hoticulturist
    $300 25
A Big Bad one in song saved miners, a Little one in Sherwood Forest was a Merry Man
    $300 9
Frederick Auserlitz & Virginia McMath in "Flying Down to Rio"
    $400 17
In 1616 this Native American created a sensation in London, where she was known as Lady Rebecca
    DD: $600 16
Son of a U.S. president, he served as a senator from Ohio from 1939 until his death in 1953
    $400 22
Brits call this part of a car the silencer
    $400 29
Blaise Pascal is said to have mastered this Greek mathematician's "Elements" by age 12
    $400 26
Name shared by a Titan & a former 97-pound runt
    $400 19
Greta Gustafsson & Melvin Hesselberg in "Ninotchka"
    $500 18
2-word "seasonal" term given to the time of reform in Czechoslovakia after March 22, 1968
    $500 21
This state's Mark Hatfield is the ranking Republican on the Senate Appropriations Committee
    $500 28
The ancient name for this city was Mancunium & a person from it is still called a Mancunian
    $500 30
After this coil inventor moved to America, he worked briefly with another genius⁠—Thomas Edison
    $500 27
This "Mania"-creating wrestler was born Terry Gene Bollea in 1953
    $500 20
Bernard Schwartz & Jeanette Morrison in "Houdini"

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

Marilyn Hugh Will
$500 $100 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marilyn Hugh Will
$2,500 $1,000 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
On May 27, 1941 torpedoes from the cruiser Dorsetshire finished off this German battleship
    $200 1
The "van" in his name was from the Dutch, not the German
    $200 15
A 1954 survey by the Indian government set its official height at 29,028 feet
    $200 6
Despite filing for bankruptcy, this retailer's 1992 Thanksgiving Day Parade went off without a hitch
    $200 21
Earl Hamner Jr., later creator of "The Waltons", wrote 8 scripts for this Rod Serling series
    $200 22
His was the first voice Robinson Crusoe heard in 25 years on the island
    $400 8
In late May 1943 U.S. forces recaptured Attu in this island chain from the Japanese
    $400 2
His 1st opera, "La Finta Semplice", was composed for Vienna, but was 1st performed in Salzburg
    $400 16
Its eruption in 1980 was the first in the 48 contiguous states since Lassen Peak in 1921
    $400 12
In 1900 this company lit up New York City with an electric sign--a 40' pickle
    $400 26
This con man was staff sergeant of the motor pool at Fort Baxter, Kansas
    $400 23
Horace Walpole's 1764 "The Castle of Otranto" was the 1st of these novels with violence & gloomy settings
    $600 9
This French general entered Paris Aug. 25, 1944 & marched in a parade despite snipers
    $600 3
Most of Haydn's works were written while he was a court composer in Eisenstadt, now in this country
    $600 17
One of the most thickly populated areas in Sicily surrounds this volcano
    $600 13
Nicknamed "Manny Hanny", it merged with Chemical Bank in 1992 to create the 3rd-largest bank in the U.S.
    $600 24
Henry Fielding's first wife, Charlotte, was the model for Sophia in this 1749 novel
    $800 10
Operation Barbarossa, Germany's attack on this country, began June 22, 1941
    $800 4
This lieder composer gave his first public concert March 26, 1828, it was a success
    $800 18
It's the highest mountain in the world named for a U.S. president
    $800 14
In Japan Bridgestone not only ranks no. 1 in tires, but in these vehicles as well
    $800 25
In this Jane Austen novel, Mrs. Bennet tries to find a husband for each of her 5 daughters
    $1000 11
After the attack on Pearl Harbor, he was named Commander in Chief of the U.S Pacific Fleet
    $1000 5
Russian composer of "Rhapsody on a Theme by Pagnini" who became a U.S. cit. just before his death in 1943
    DD: $1,100 19
State in which you'd find 3,290-foot Mount Oglethorpe
    DD: $1,200 20
General Telephone added "Electronics" to its name after acquiring this light bulb company in 1959

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marilyn Hugh Will
$2,500 $6,400 $5,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

He once told Newsweek, "I have no country. For me a country is just a place to dance"

Final scores:

Marilyn Hugh Will
$4,000 $4,800 $3,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Marilyn Hugh Will
$2,500 $6,400 $6,100
14 R,
3 W
18 R,
4 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,000

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Game tape date: 1993-03-02
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