Show #2288 - Wednesday, July 13, 1994

1994 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 3.


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Madeline Wilhoft, a retired printer from Uniondale, New York

Carol Terry, a bookkeeper from Charlottesville, Virginia

Jim Brachman, a retired attorney from Boca Raton, Florida

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
Her 1st novel, "The Third Life of Grange Copeland", was published 12 years before "The Color Purple"
    $100 19
In this film Bogart said, "The problems of the world are not in my department. I'm a saloon keeper"
    $100 6
Varieties of this fruit used in cooking are Rhode Island Greening, Stayman & Jonathan
    $100 1
In 1994 this month contained just 672 hours
    $100 11
Andrea del Castagno painted this biblical hero on a shield, with Goliath's severed head at his feet
    $100 26
Natural childbirth refers to giving birth without the use of these
    $200 15
Countee Cullen's poetry made him one of the leaders of this Manhattan area's "Renaissance"
    $200 20
This actor won his first Oscar for playing the young Vito Corleone in "The Godfather, Part II"
    $200 7
The rind of this huge melon is sometimes pickled & used to make relish
    $200 2
The English hawthorn blooms in this month in which you go gathering nuts
    $200 12
Lion heads & ants are dominant images in this Spaniard's surrealistic "Accommodations of Desire"
    $200 27
This runs from the navel of the fetus to the inner surface of the placenta
    $300 16
Booker T. Washington founded an institute in this city in 1881
    $300 21
Part II of this Michael J. Fox film series was nominated for a 1989 Visual Effects Oscar
    $300 8
Varieties of this fruit, Vitis vinifera, include Early Muscat, Perlette & Emperor
    $300 3
In Spanish it's Enero
    $300 13
After 1880 this artist preferred to work in pastels, which gave his ballerinas a delicate look
    $300 28
The point when the mother is able to feel the fetus do this is called quickening
    $400 17
He was freed in 1857, 2 months after the Supreme Court made its famous decision
    $400 22
Director David Lean's last film was this epic based on an E.M. Forster novel
    $400 9
The highest-quality orange juice comes from this variety of orange
    $400 4
James Russell Lowell asked, "And what is so rare as a day in" this month, "then if ever, come perfect days"
    $400 24
His 1888 painting "Vision after the Sermon" depicts Breton women, not Tahitian ones
    $400 29
Erythroblastosis fetalis can occur if a mother who is negative in this blood factor has a positive baby
    $500 18
In 1869 E. Bassett, the U.S.' 1st black diplomat, became minister to this country on Western Hispaniola
    $500 23
This 1961 western starring Marlon Brando & Karl Malden is the only feature directed by Brando
    $500 10
The Smyrna type of this fruit must be pollinated by a tiny wasp in order to mature
    DD: $500 5
It's the first month of the year named for a real person
    $500 25
This Dutchman painted his famous "Crows Over a Wheatfield" in the last weeks before his 1890 suicide
    $500 30
You'll find a baby's fontanel on this body part

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

Jim Carol Madeline
$1,400 $1,200 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Carol Madeline
$3,700 $1,600 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The people of this city are called Muscovites
    $200 1
Pianola is a trademark name for this kind of piano
    $200 11
After dining in a restaurant, you may ask for one of these containers even if you don't own a pet
    $200 16
In 1835 Osceola, a leader of this tribe, began attacks protesting forced removal from Florida
    $200 26
In the epilogue to "Pygmalion", she marries Frederick Eynsford Hill
    $200 21
In 1993 his administration lifted President Reagan's ban on hiring members of PATCO
    $400 7
Tusenfryd, whose name means "a thousand delights", is an amusement park in this Norwegian city
    $400 2
In contrast to a serenade, an aubade is meant to be played at this time of day
    $400 12
Of a skycap, a flight attendant or a pilot, the only one you're expected to tip
    $400 17
From 1781 to 1789, this document was the law of the land
    $400 27
Henry Drummond, the defense attorney in "Inherit the Wind", was modeled on this real-life lawyer
    $400 22
The National Farm Workers Association he founded in 1962 later merged to form the United Farm Workers
    $600 8
Rideau Hall, the official residence of Canada's governor-general, is in this city
    $600 3
Legend says that Haydn's Symphony No. 85 in B flat is nicknamed "The Queen" because this French queen liked it
    $600 13
At an elaborate formal dinner, the fish course precedes this course that consists of heavier fare
    $600 18
In the 1860 presidential election, this Illinois Democrat won just 12 electoral votes
    $600 28
In the final of "A Streetcar Named Desire", a doctor from a state institution leads her away
    $600 23
The Labor-Management Relations Act of 1947 is better known by the names of these 2 legislators
    $800 9
The Dominion Museum is one of this New Zealand city's most notable attractions
    $800 4
This composers "Hunt Quartet", K. 458, is so named because its opening sounds like hunting horns
    $800 14
The traditional gifts for a 35th wedding anniversary are coral & this green gemstone popular in Asia
    $800 19
James K. Polk won the 1844 presidential election over this "Great Compromiser", the Whig candidate
    $800 29
In Wendy Wasserstein's play, it's the maiden name of sisters Sara, Gorgeous & Pfeni
    $800 24
In 1924 William Green succeeded Samuel Gompers as president of this organization
    DD: $1,000 10
When King Hussein was born in this city in 1935, it was the capital of Transjordan
    $1000 5
This "Amahl and the Night Visitors" composer wrote the opera "Goya" for Placido Domingo
    $1000 15
This kind of Roman Catholic dignitary should be addressed as "Your Eminence"
    DD: $1,500 20
In 1889 this Ohio congressman & future U.S president was selected to chair the Ways & Means Committee
    $1000 30
He's "Harvey"s human companion
    $1000 25
Walter Reuther became president of this union in 1946

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Carol Madeline
$10,400 $5,200 $3,900
(lock-tie game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

As a child in 1938, this current senator cut the ribbon opening London's Children's Zoo

Final scores:

Jim Carol Madeline
$10,400 $9,200 $4,800
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jim Carol Madeline
$12,400 $6,200 $3,900
32 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,500

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Game tape date: 1994-03-07
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