Show #2604 - Thursday, December 21, 1995

1995-B Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 4.


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Dave Tucker, a real estate broker from Luray, Virginia

Diane Lilly, a homemaker from Potomac, Maryland

Sharon Croissant, an outplacement counselor from Hawthorn Hills, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
This home of Disney World was probably named for a soldier killed in the Second Seminole War
    $100 26
One-third of the dialogue in this Kevin Costner film is in the Lakota language, with English subtitles
    $100 6
Clifton Fadiman described cheese as this liquid's "leap toward immortality"
    $100 7
This Egyptian queen married 2 of her brothers: Ptolemy XII & Ptolemy XIII
    $100 21
This woman nicknamed "Babe" was an All-American high school basketball player at age 16
    $100 16
It's a small swiveling wheel attached to the bottom of pieces of furniture
    $200 2
This capital's largest public employer is the state of South Dakota
    $200 27
Sebastian Cabot provided the voice of Bagheera the panther for this 1967 animated Disney film
    $200 8
According to a nursery rhyme, "Oranges" and these fruits, "say the bells of St. Clement's"
    $200 12
As a tribute to this late admiral, his brother William was created Earl of Trafalgar
    $200 22
Maria Bueno won 12 grand slam doubles crowns in this sport in spite of a long bout with hepatitis
    $200 17
It's the penpoint you insert into the tip of a fountain pen
    $300 3
Camden, New Jersey is in the metropolitan area of this Pennsylvania city
    $300 28
This Barrymore was nominated for a Best Director Oscar for the 1929 tearjerker "Madame X"
    $300 9
In "The Taming of the Shrew", Shakespeare wrote, "There's small choice in" these "rotten" fruits
    $300 13
It's believed William Clark, fond of this Indian guide, later raised & educated her son
    $300 23
In September 1995 this American figure skater married her agent, Jerry Solomon
    $300 18
They're the raised bars on the neck of a guitar
    $400 4
Harry Truman's summer White House was in this city
    $400 29
Sidney Poitier helps a group of nuns build a chapel in this 1963 film that won him an Oscar
    $400 10
British PM who said, we "have not journeyed all this way...because we are made of sugar candy"
    $400 14
Muhammad Reza Pahlavi, who died in 1980, was the last person to hold this title
    $400 24
In 1992 she became the first winner of back-to-back Olympic gold medals in the heptathlon
    $400 19
It hangs inside a bell & strikes the sides to produce ringing
    $500 5
This Tennessee city was built during World War II as part of the Manhattan Project
    $500 30
This 1947 film that made Richard Widmark a star inspired a 1995 remake starring David Caruso
    $500 11
Thackeray wrote a ballad about this Provencal seafood stew, calling it "a sort of soup, or broth, or brew"
    DD: $500 15
Lev Davidovich Bronstein was the real name of this Communist leader banished from Russia in 1929
    $500 25
In 1984 Joan Benoit became the first female Olympic gold medalist in this race
    $500 20
Proper term for the roller on a typewriter

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

Sharon Diane Dave
$600 $600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sharon Diane Dave
$3,400 $900 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
This ironclad sunk December 31, 1862 was mistaken for a sub during WWII & hit by depth charges
    $200 1
Pierre Puget's Milo of Crotona, sculpted for Versailles, is now in this Paris museum
    $200 16
Fossils of this early man were first discovered in a German valley in 1856
    $200 6
This ancient Roman garment developed from the tebenna, a cloak worn by those darn Etruscans
    $200 11
The Provincetown Players staged the premieres of several of his plays, including "Desire Under the Elms"
    $400 22
Of the 1,200 men awarded this for Civil War service, about 3/4 were later found ineligible under new rules
    $400 2
Bartolommeo Ammannati was responsible for the grandiose courtyard of this Italian city's Pitti Palace
    $400 17
Scientists learn about ancient plant life by studying fossilized grains of this from flowers
    $400 7
The couturier Balenciaga moved to Paris in 1937 after Civil War broke out in this, his native country
    $400 29
King John II Casimir Vasa, crowned in Krakow in 1648, abdicated this country's throne in 1668
    $400 12
In 1643 this French playwright incorporated an acting troupe, the Illustre-Theatre, with the Bejart family
    $600 23
Though Farragut took this city's bay in 1864, the Union didn't control the city until 3 days after Lee's surrender
    $600 3
This mobile sculptor's "Circus" is in the Whitney Museum
    DD: $1,000 18
They were uncovered by a Bedouin boy exploring a cave at Qumran in 1947
    $600 8
The Ramillies style of this 18th c. men's accessory featured a long braid tied with ribbons
    $600 28
When this country's King Baudouin died in 1993, he was succeeded by his brother, Albert II
    DD: $800 13
In this Chekhov play, Irina, Masha & Olga fail in their desire to return to Moscow from the provinces
    $800 24
On May 30,1863 the Confederate Congress officially nicknamed Gen. Jackson's troops this "Brigade"
    $800 4
He was inspired to create such works as "Bronco Buster" by watching sculptor Frederic Ruckstull work
    $800 19
In 1995 it was announced that a tomb believed to contain 50 of this pharaoh's sons was found in Egypt
    $800 9
Born in 1778, this ultimate English dandy wore elegantly tailored clothes with elaborate cravats
    $800 26
King Edward III led England into this lengthy war in 1337; he didn't live to see it end
    $800 14
He played test pilot Chuck Yeager in the film "The Right Stuff" the same year his "Fool for Love" debuted
    $1000 25
The Atlantic Monthly paid $5 for this Julia Ward Howe poem & published it in February 1862
    $1000 5
In the 1920s Isamu Noguchi worked as an assistant to this Romanian-born "Bird in Space" sculptor
    $1000 20
In the 1870s he published some of his findings in "Trojan Antiquities" & "Troy and its Ruins"
    $1000 10
This fashionable empress, the wife of Napoleon III, was nicknamed the "Queen of the Crinoline"
    $1000 27
Rene Descartes taught philosophy to this Scandinavian country's Queen Christina
    $1000 15
Robert Anderson is best known for this 1953 play about an insecure prep school boy & a kindly faculty wife

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sharon Diane Dave
$3,000 $8,100 $7,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

Opened in 1994, it links the SNCB, SNCF & BR

Final scores:

Sharon Diane Dave
$6,000 $8,100 $12,000
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sharon Diane Dave
$3,500 $8,500 $7,000
22 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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