Show #1829 - Thursday, July 9, 1992

1992 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 4.


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Paula Reach, a teacher from Oxnard, California

Morty Goldman, an investment consultant from New Rochelle, New York

Hansford Epes, a German and humanities professor from Davidson, North Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
Though subpoenaed, this president refused to appear at Burr's trial in 1807
    $100 5
Their 1875 operetta "Trial by Jury" concerns the case of "Edwin, sued by Angelina"
    $100 26
Affecting as much as 5 to 10% of the population, it's the most common allergy
    $100 15
Damocles sat under one
    $100 20
It's the acronym for the United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization
    $100 1
Genesis says he lived 350 years after the flood, which makes him 600 when it began
    $200 11
Group to whom MacArthur delivered his "fade away" line April 19, 1951
    $200 6
The Mary Martin musical "Lute Song" was based on a play written in this Asian country in the 14th century
    $200 27
The HDL or high-density lipoprotein form of this substance seems to protect against arterial disease
    $200 16
If you're invited-to one of these "men only" parties, you don't have to wear deer costume
    $200 21
In 1948 the Organization of American States was founded in this Colombian city
    $200 2
He had 969 candles on his last cake; they must have had to call in the fire dept. to put it out
    $300 12
Occurring between 1934 & 1937, these drove 60% of the population out of the Oklahoma-Tx. panhandle area
    $300 7
This brassy Broadway belter starred in Cole Porter's 1940 "Panama Hattie"
    $300 28
This disease involving an insulin deficiency is a leading cause of adult onset blindness in the U.S.
    $300 17
Weather condition found in the name of a goose & a leopard
    $300 22
Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the NCSC is the National Council of these people
    $300 3
As an old man he still told the tale of how he fought the battle of Jericho
    $400 13
Put on trial in 1969, Tom Hayden & Yippie Jerry Rubin were part of this group accused of inciting a riot
    $400 8
Bernadette Peters played this silent-screen comedienne in the Broadway musical "Mack and Mabel"
    $400 29
Anginal pains can often be relieved with one of these tablets, placed under the tongue
    $400 18
It can be a bullet, a shot of liquor, a lazy person or a gastropod
    $400 23
When these people take part in a PTA, the group can be called a PTSA
    $400 4
Jacob spent the last 17 of his 147 years in this country, but didn't want to be buried there
    DD: $500 14
Russell, Waddell & Majors, the men who started this service April 3, 1860, went bankrupt with it in 1861
    $500 9
"Down on the heels, up on the toes. That's the way to do" this drag from "Good News"
    $500 30
It's the only remaining childhood rash illness for which there isn't a routine vaccination
    $500 19
O. Henry said, "East is east, and west is" this Northern California city, "according to Californians"
    $500 24
ASCAP is the American Society of Composers, Authors & these
    $500 25
Adam lived 800 years after he begat this third son, who lived 912 years

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Hansford Morty Paula
$2,300 $400 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hansford Morty Paula
$5,600 $1,500 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
These Alaskan islands cover an arc of about 1100 miles, from Unimak to Attu
    $200 17
"The World is My Home" is a new memoir by this "Centennial" author
    $200 1
Her father was India's first prime minister, & she was its third
    $200 6
This verb meaning to tease by keeping something out of reach comes from the legend of Tantalus
    $200 11
The first of his posters was "Moulin Rouge — La Goulue" in 1891
    $200 16
The day before leaving office, he asked that this former president be restored to the retired Army list
    $400 23
San Giorgio Maggiore is one of the many islands on which this Italian city is built
    $400 18
"In the Eye of the Storm" is a biography of this Desert Storm general
    $400 2
Helen Hunt Jackson & Emily Dickinson were both born in this city, but only Emily was the "Belle"
    $400 7
Someone who is "Junoesque" has the imposing figure of this god's wife Juno
    $400 12
In 1886 he moved to Paris to be with his brother Theo, & stayed for 2 years
    $400 27
Arthur was the first person to walk across this bridge when it opened to the public May 24, 1883
    $600 24
This British colony off North Carolina is also known as the Somers Islands
    $600 19
This founder of Ms. magazine writes on self-esteem in her new book "Revolution from Within"
    $600 3
Diva who once remarked, "First I lost my weight, then I lost my voice, now I've lost Onassis"
    $600 8
A lecherous, lascivious man, or a goatlike half-human creature known for similar behavior
    $600 13
In 1940 at the age of 80, she was given a one-woman show at a New York City gallery
    $600 28
Of mayor, governor or VP the first public office to which Arthur was elected
    $800 25
The Seychelles in this ocean were named for Moreau de Sechelles, a minister of King Louis XV
    DD: $1,000 20
In 1943 he published "Here is Your War", a collection of articles written while a war correspondent
    DD: $1,000 4
In 1970 this N.Y. Dem. won election with the slogan "A woman's place is in the House of Representatives"
    $800 9
Temperamental & volatile, like the Roman messenger of the gods
    $800 14
One of this Dutchman's few later commissions was for "The Syndics of the Draper's Guild"
    $800 29
To brighten up the White House, he hired this New York designer of Art Nouveau lamps
    $1000 26
The world's northernmost land, the 100-foot islet of Oodaaq O, belongs to this island
    $1000 21
Norman Cousins explored the mind's healing ability in his bestseller "Anatomy of" this
    $1000 5
In 1919 this Virginia-born "Lady"' became the 1st woman to sit in the British Parliament
    $1000 10
Because these "inspiring" goddesses were born in Pieria, inspiration can be called "the Pierian Spring"
    $1000 15
A 1735 British copyright law is named for' this "Rake's Progress" artist who campaigned for it
    $1000 30
It's what the "A." stands for

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hansford Morty Paula
$15,000 $4,900 $4,600
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

The prologue of "The Canterbury Tales" calls him "the hooly blisful martir"

Final scores:

Hansford Morty Paula
$16,000 $0 $0
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Hansford Morty Paula
$14,800 $4,900 $4,900
34 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
12 R,
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $24,600

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Game tape date: 1992-02-24
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