Show #2289 - Thursday, July 14, 1994

1994 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 4.


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Bart Thomas, a marine art dealer from Bridgewater, New Jersey

Liz Susie, a retired teacher from Elkton, Maryland

Bob McGrath, an actor from New Rochelle, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
The beefalo, a hybrid domestic animal, is five-eighths beef cow & three-eighths this
    $100 16
At the end of "The Dinah Shore Chevy Show", Dinah was famous for giving the audience a big one of these
    $100 17
The reason these convenience stores are so convenient is that there are over 5,600 franchises in North America
    $100 22
This largest Oregon city was founded in 1845 by land developers Asa Lovejoy & Francis Pettygrove
    $100 11
A mistrial may be declared if 1 or all 12 of these were selected improperly
    $100 1
A person employed to serve as a subject for a painter, sculptor or photographer
    $200 7
The fish called tilapia incubate their offspring in this body part where the young later may hide from danger
    $200 27
A childhood bout with this disease, A.K.A. infantile paralysis, made Dinah ambitious & gave her the need to excel
    $200 18
For a $10.000 license fee, you can put your foot in the door of this foot-long- -sandwich shop
    $200 23
Oregon's principal source of timber is this fir, its state tree
    $200 12
2-word term for the correct conduct of a prisoner that may get him parole
    $200 2
This word can be a children's nurse or a female goat
    $300 8
These lagomorphs differ from rabbits in that they don't build nests & are born open-eyed & fully furred
    $300 28
Dinah didn't play this sport until a tournament was named for her in 1972; she learned fast
    $300 19
You may "Maaco" heap of money opening a Maaco franchise to paint these
    $300 24
This athletic shoe firm headquartered in Beaverton was founded by Phil Knight & Bill Bowerman
    $300 13
In 1990 it became the first state to pass an anti-stalking law
    $300 3
The name of this cold-weather jacket with a hood comes from an Alaskan Russian word for "pelt"
    $400 9
An animal adapted to feed on both animals & plants is called this
    $400 29
Dinah had a big hit in 1949 with this song from "The Paleface" about fasteners and frills
    $400 20
Pip & Sir Speedy specialize in this service
    DD: $600 25
The Snake River provides much of Oregon's border with this state
    $400 14
Translation of the Latin "onus probandi", it's what usually lies with the plaintiff
    $400 4
It's money or property brought by a bride to her husband at marriage
    $500 10
Certain aquatic turtles, including the diamondback, are called this, from an Algonquian word
    $500 30
Dinah majored in sociology at this Nashville university; she graduated in 1938
    $500 21
With over 6,000 offices, this real estate corporation takes up a lot of real estate on its own
    $500 26
Oregon's senior U.S. senator, he served as the state's governor from 1959 to 1967
    $500 15
This Latin phrase for "while the crime is burning" means you got caught red-handed
    $500 5
This smoked or sun-dried meat is also called charqui

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

Bob Liz Bart
$1,000 $900 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Liz Bart
$3,100 $2,100 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
In October "Jurassic Park" surpassed this film to become the highest-grossing movie of all time
    $200 21
An electric power plant & this grain, the chief crop, adorn North Korea's coat of arms
    $200 8
Otitus externa is also called "swimmer's" this
    $200 1
Jean Anouilh's play about her, "The Lark", stops before she's burned at the stake
    $200 3
Tandoori chicken, a famous North Indian dish, is cooked in a tandoor, a clay one of these
    $200 26
In 1971 this first man on the Moon retired from NASA & became a professor of engineering at the Univ. of Cincinnati
    $400 16
In 1993 this team made headlines with a "Three-peat", its third NBA title in a row
    $400 22
With a population of about 10 million, it's by far the largest city on the Korean Peninsula
    $400 10
This clouding of the eye's lens may be caused by exposure to X rays
    $400 2
Earl Derr Biggers' first novel about this Chinese sleuth was 1925's "The House Without a Key"
    $400 4
This skewered, grilled meat & vegetable dish is also called shashlik
    $400 27
In a special ceremony in February 1993, his No. 33 was retired by the Boston Celtics
    $600 17
In September the 8 people sealed in this structure near Tucson emerged after 2 years
    $600 23
During the occupation by this country, 1910-1945, the Korean language was banned
    $600 11
Excessive carotene, which the body converts to this vitamin, can cause skin yellowing
    $600 9
Alloway Kirk, the church where this author's father is buried, is a locale in his "Tam O'Shanter"
    $600 5
The fish in ceviche is "cooked" not by heat but by the acid in this fruit juice
    $600 28
Since retiring as anchorman in 1981, he's kept busy with other projects as a CBS news special correspondent
    $800 18
On August 2 this 2-year-old was returned to her biological parents, Dan & Cara Schmidt
    DD: $1,000 24
The Korean Peninsula is bordered on the north by these 2 countries
    $800 12
These front teeth, 4 on top & 4 on the bottom, are used for tearing & cutting food
    $800 13
An unabridged version of his novel "Sartoris" was published in 1973 as "Flags in the Dust"
    $800 6
The great northern & marrow types of these are good for making cassoulet
    $800 29
This battleship on which Japan surrendered in '45 was retired in '55 recommissioned, & retired again in '92
    $1000 19
These 2 women were given t-shirts that read "The Supremes"
    $1000 25
When North Korea was established in 1948, he became premier
    $1000 20
The radioactive 60 isotope of this metal has replaced radium in cancer therapy
    DD: $2,500 14
"Clothes for a Summer Hotel" was the last of this southerner's plays produced on Broadway
    $1000 7
Pho, a beef needle soup, is a popular dish in this Southeast Asian Communist country
    $1000 30
In 1994 this retired diva, once director of the NYC Opera, was elected chairman of Lincoln Center

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Liz Bart
$4,100 $9,200 $10,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

C.B. Luce said of her, "No woman has ever so comforted the distressed or so distressed the comfortable"

Final scores:

Bob Liz Bart
$0 $12,500 $10,305
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob Liz Bart
$3,900 $7,500 $10,300
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
25 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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Game tape date: 1994-03-07
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