Show #2293 - Wednesday, July 20, 1994

1994 Seniors Tournament semifinal game 3.


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Jim Brachman, a retired attorney from Boca Raton, Florida

Darrell Noe, a postal carrier from Fort Worth, Texas

Liz Susie, a retired teacher from Elkton, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
In Mark 1:8 he says, "I indeed have baptized you with water: but he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost
    $100 1
In 1965 Ginger Rogers succeeded Carol Channing as the matchmaker in this musical
    $100 3
1993 was the 10th anniv. of the 10-year type of this document, so if you got one in 1983 we hope you renewed it
    $100 18
The March 15, 1848 issue of the Californian in San Francisco gave this discovery a few lines on the back page
    $100 16
The Ninety-Nines, an organization of women pilots, was co-founded by this famous flier, also its first president
    $100 26
With wings beating up to 80 times a second, these birds can fly in reverse
    $200 12
In the Book of Acts, this author of the first gospel is mentioned by name for the last time
    $200 2
This musical ends with Aldonza & company singing "The Impossible Dream"
    $200 4
When your grandchildren fly this airline, they may munch on McDonald's Friendly Skies Meals
    $200 19
Around 1877 this rolling plant was introduced to South Dakota accidentally & spread
    $200 17
Members of the North American Association for this game receive a publication called "Newswink"
    $200 27
On an early 20th c. French version of this machine, the needle traveled from the center out to the rim
    $300 13
In Revelation 2:17, the faithful are promised this food from heaven
    $300 8
This "Waiting for Godot" playwright was one of the contributors to the 1969 revue "Oh! Calcutta!"
    $300 5
Many a blueblood has made a "Pilgrim"age to the Mayflower Society Museum in this historic town
    $300 20
People with this job pursued certain animals, Indians & men on the lam for money or rewards
    $300 23
In the 1960s freedom rides in the South were organized by CORE, the Congress of this
    $300 28
When 2 of these appear in the sky at the same time, the colors on the second one are reversed
    $400 14
When the Israelites left Egypt, they took the bones of this son of Jacob for burial at Shechem
    DD: $500 9
Show that features the following: "I got the horse right here / The name is Paul Revere / And here's a guy that says if the weather's clear /Can do /Can do / This guy says the horse can do..."
    $400 6
You have to climb more than 400 steps to get to the Temple of 10,000 Buddhas in this British Crown Colony
    $400 21
Its panhandle between Texas & Kansas was known as "No Man's Land" because no government agency owned it
    $400 24
Founded in 1905, this organization was instrumental in getting the Migratory Bird Treaty Act passed
    $400 29
This Renaissance artist is known for his mirror writing
    $500 15
Before his fatal defeat, this king consulted with a medium at Endor
    $500 10
Elliott Gould played one of the 3 sailors on shore leave in a 1963 production of this musical
    $500 7
The Centers for Disease Control in this city will fax information on health risks abroad to travelers
    $500 22
Soddies were often the first homes built by these people who were given land on which they had to live
    $500 25
Formerly called Harmony International, it's a group for women who sing barbershop harmony
    $500 30
In 1968 this track & field gold medalist "flopped" over the high bar backwards

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

Liz Darrell Jim
$900 $1,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Darrell Jim
$800 $3,700 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
This emperor made his sister Elisa Bonaparte Princess of Piombino & Grand Duchess of Tuscany
    $200 2
Small islets in this largest Utah lake are nesting places for gulls & other birds
    $200 26
"The Founder of Modern Socialism" is a nickname of this German Communist philosopher
    $200 16
As you might expect, this bird is a symbol of Minerva, the goddess of wisdom
    $200 1
At the time of her death in 1960, her "Etiquette" book was in its 10th edition
    $200 21
This host of "I've Got a secret" was known for his bow tie & crew cut
    $400 8
Henry, the "Cardinal-King" of Portugal, was the grandson of this Spanish royal pair
    $400 12
Lake Biwa, known for its pearl culture industry, is this country's largest freshwater lake
    $400 27
T.H. Huxley was a powerful advocate of the ideas implicit in this man's "Origin of Species"
    $400 17
This single-horned creature has the legs of a deer & the tail of a lion
    $400 3
A head-on collision changes the lives of 5 families in her 32nd bestseller, "Accident"
    $400 22
In 1951 singer Mary Ford & this innovative guitarist reached No. 1 with "How High The Moon"
    $600 9
Constantine I was the first king of modern Greece born in this city
    $600 13
In the 1950s Owen Falls Dam in Uganda was built on the Nile, raising the level of this lake 3 feet
    DD: $3,000 28
This branch of philosophy deals with the rules of correct reasoning in the form of arguments
    $600 18
Legend says that people condemned by their churches are likely to become these creatures, like Lestat
    $600 4
The P.D. in the name of this mystery novelist stands for Phyllis Dorothy
    $600 23
This 19th c. scholar & poet was known as "The Father of Santa Claus"
    $800 10
Ivan Moneybag became grand prince of this city in 1325; Ivan the terrible followed him in 1533
    $800 14
At 350 miles, it's the longest of the Great Lakes
    $800 29
The ideas of this Danish existentialist were little appreciated until a century after they appeared
    $800 19
It's the most magnificent hall in Asgard, & it's roofed with battle shields
    $800 5
Margaret Landon, who wrote this book on which "The King and I" was based, died in 1993 at age 90
    $800 24
This Wisconsin Democrat was chairman of the House Armed Services Committee from 1985 to 1992
    $1000 11
She was Archduchess of Austria during the war of the Bavarian Succession
    $1000 15
German-speaking Swiss call it Vierwaldstatter See, or "Lake of Four Forest Cantons"
    $1000 30
He wrote "Thus Spake Zarathustra" after resigning a classics professorship at the Univ. of Basel
    $1000 20
This last king of Troy was originally named Podarces, which means "the swift-footed"
    DD: $700 6
Susan Hill's recent novel "Mrs. de Winter" is a sequel to this book
    $1000 25
Works by this British sculptor have holes to emphasize their 3-dimensional qualities

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Darrell Jim
$4,600 $9,500 $10,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This electronics company is named for an early product, the first commercially successful car radio

Final scores:

Liz Darrell Jim
$4,700 $8,899 $19,001
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Liz Darrell Jim
$4,600 $9,400 $8,400
12 R,
1 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,400

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Game tape date: 1994-03-08
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