Show #2520 - Friday, July 14, 1995

1995-A Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 5.


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Susan Schubert, a retired teacher from Phoenix, Arizona

Steve Paquette, a weapons designer from Glen Gardner, New Jersey

Aaron Klein, a religious school director from Des Plaines, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In 1919 this former newspaper editor formed the Fascist Party in Italy
    $100 8
He was hockey's leading scorer in 1984 & 1994
    $100 7
Al-Azhar University in this Egyptian capital was established around the Al-Azhar Mosque
    $100 6
It sounds like you'd find this state flower of Massachusetts on Plymouth Rock
    $100 13
Its opening narration began, "There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man..."
    $100 22
This purported nursery rhyme author is sometimes known as Ma'am Goose
    $200 2
Ivan the Terrible had this many wives, one more than a famous oft-married English king
    $200 9
This Seattle Mariner had 40 home runs when the 1994 season abruptly ended
    $200 27
The University of Antioquia is located in Medellin in this country
    $200 18
Its state motto is "North to the Future"; its tree, the Sitka spruce
    $200 14
Van Heflin was offered this role in "The Untouchables"; Robert Stack took the part
    $200 23
The popularity of these white accessories, once the mark of a lady, declined in the 1960s
    $300 3
This British explorer left on his third & final voyage in July 1776
    $300 10
In 1994 Pete Sampras became the 1st man to win back-to-back Wimbledon singles since this German in 1986
    $300 28
This school in Tempe didn't become a university until 1958
    $300 19
Its state flower is the Rocky Mountain columbine; its state song, "Where The Columbines Grow"
    $300 15
This Norman Lear sitcom starred Bea Arthur as Edith Bunker's liberal cousin from Tuckahoe, New York
    $300 24
This plump little quail is named for its characteristic call
    $400 4
This British soldier was 5'5 1/2"; Peter O'Toole, who played him on film, is 6'3"
    $400 11
Event in which Bob Seagren made his name
    $400 29
This college is the sole constituent college of the University of Dublin
    DD: $800 20
Its folk dance is the square dance; one of its songs is a waltz
    $400 16
Sitcom town where you'd find Emmett's Fix-It Shop, Walker's Drugstore & Floyd's Barbershop
    $400 25
In the Christian hierarchy of angels, the 2 groups whose names end with "im"
    $500 5
Since the death of this N. Korean president, Fidel Castro is the current longest-serving Communist leader
    $500 12
Sportswriter Damon Runyon dubbed this fighter the Manassa Mauler
    $500 30
Now nonsectarian, Pennsylvania's Bryn Mawr was originally affiliated with this religious group
    $500 21
The star garnet is the gem of this "Gem State"
    $500 17
E.G. Marshall won an Emmy for his role as attorney Lawrence Preston in this courtroom drama
    $500 26
The Drug Enforcement Administration is part of this cabinet department

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

Aaron Steve Susan
$2,100 $400 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Aaron Steve Susan
$3,700 $100 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Swedes call this Finnish city Helsingfors
    $200 26
The poet who wrote, "I love thee to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach"
    $200 13
In 1926 the "bee-stung" look was in for this part of a woman's body
    $200 6
The tympanic bone is located in this organ
    $200 20
A capital offense is defined as a crime punishable by life imprisonment or this
    $200 11
One of Rossini's early works was a comic adaptation of this fairy tale called "La Cenerentola"
    $400 2
This city's Dutch name, 's-Gravenhage, means "the count's hedge"
    $400 27
"The truest expression of a people is in its dances and its music", said this "Oklahoma!" choreographer
    $400 14
In 1924 Howard Carter uncovered this man's now-famous funerary mask
    $400 7
The Ilium, pubis & ischium make up this "girdle"
    $400 21
Defamation includes these 2 offenses, one written, the other oral
    $400 12
He first realized he was going deaf in 1798; he was only 27
    $600 3
This Alberta city is nicknamed the "Foothill City", but you could call it the "Stampede City"
    $600 28
In 1923 this M.P. wrote, "The first time Adam had a chance, he laid the blame on woman"
    $600 15
A flapper was a girl & a flivver was one of these
    $600 8
It runs down the center of the chest & your true ribs branch off of it
    $600 22
Under former laws, it was a person who settled on public land to acquire its title
    $600 17
His "Suite Bergamasque", in several movements, includes the celebrated "Clair De Lune"
    $800 4
Legend says Ulysses founded this Portuguese city, hence its ancient name, Olisipo
    $800 29
"Honor wears different coats to different eyes", she wrote in "The Guns of August"
    DD: $700 16
6-syllable word for the U.S. anniversary celebrated in 1926
    $800 9
It runs from the elbow to the wrist on the side opposite the thumb
    $800 23
In this type of marriage, legal appointees substitute for the absent couple at the ceremony
    $800 18
"Armida", an opera by this Czech composer, premiered in Prague in March 1904, 5 weeks before his death
    $1000 5
There's a park named for John F. Kennedy in this Costa Rican capital
    $1000 30
Her novel "So Big" tells us, "Housework's the hardest work in the world. That's why men won't do it"
    $1000 25
His well-publicized 1925 trial was really between the modernists & the fundamentalists
    $1000 10
Common name for the calcaneus, the quadrangular bone at the back of the tarsus
    $1000 24
It's the legal term for a supplement or addition to a will
    DD: $500 19
Organ master & composer of the canon heard here: [Instrumental music plays]

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Aaron Steve Susan
$9,500 $3,500 $5,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

The next-to-last line spoken by this man is "I wish I could care what you do or where you go, but I can't"

Final scores:

Aaron Steve Susan
$10,000 $7,000 $10,900
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Aaron Steve Susan
$11,500 $3,500 $5,900
27 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
3 W
16 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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Game tape date: 1995-02-27
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