Show #1137 - Tuesday, July 11, 1989

1989 Senior Tournament quarterfinal game 2.

Contestants

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Bill Casey, a motion picture and TV writer from San Juan Capistrano, California

Max Hall, an advertising writer from Orlando, Florida

Freda Mammina, a teacher from Yonkers, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH POLITICS
FRENCH PHRASES
FOOD
SPORTS
CATS
SEXY SENIORS
    $100 9
Serving from 1916-22 Liberal Lloyd George was the last P.M. not from either of these 2 parties
    $100 12
"Coup", meaning the violent overthrow of a government, is short for this French phrase
    $100 1
The price of this grain in Japan has run up to 5 times the world price
    $100 19
This sport is also known as alpinism, especially in the Alps
    $100 16
Encyclopedia Americana says this breed originated in China: Britannica says Thailand
    $100 2
They had a son named Seth more than a century after they raised Cain
    $200 23
He preceded & followed Clement Attlee as prime minister
    $200 13
The French don't build castles in the air but "chateaux en Espagne", which are these
    $200 7
Mix 3 eggs & 3/4 c. sugar; add 1 c. thick cream,
2 c. half & half
& 2 tsps. vanilla;
simmer; then freeze with ice
    $200 30
En garde! It's the traditional color of a fencer's uniform
    $200 18
Cats adore this strong-scented herb, but it stimulates them & shouldn't be used continuously
    $200 3
In the 1940s this dapper Englishman acquired the nickname "Sexy Rexy"
    $300 24
The House of Commons has 523 members from England, 38 from Wales, 72 from Scotland & 17 from there
    $300 14
What you'd be on if you were on the "Chemin de Fer Metropolitain"
    $300 8
Despite its name, this cooking contest with a $40,000 grand prize is not limited to baking
    $300 29
Deep-sea divers know that this dangerous condition is also called decompression sickness
    $300 20
Varieties of this cat include the stumpy & the rumpy; the rumpy has no tail
    DD: $500 4
Former Cotton Club Chorine heard here, singing her signature song:

"Life is bare, gloom and misery everywhere..."
    $400 26
In 1938 this P.M. signed the Munich Pact, at which time Hitler promised to take no more European land
    $400 15
The kind of painting that's called a "nature morte" in French
    $400 10
The part of grains that humans eat but don't digest is called this
    $400 28
In 1969 Major League Baseball's Pilots played for one season in this city
    $400 21
Technically referring to striped markings, this word has become almost synonymous with "cat"
    $400 5
This sexy film star said "Lonely Are the Brave" is his favorite of all his movies
    $500 25
In 1919, under this title, U.S.-born Nancy Langhorne became the 1st woman to serve in Parliament
    $500 17
A philosopher saying "plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose" would mean this
    $500 11
Russian for "cereal" or "gruel", in the U.S. it commonly refers to buckwheat
    $500 27
This racket game was named for the Duke of Beaufort's estate, where it supposedly originated
    $500 22
Bubastis, one of the major cities of this civilization, was dedicated to Bast, the cat goddess
    $500 6
His on-again, off-again affair with Simone de Beauvoir endured for over half a century

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Freda Max Bill
$700 $200 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Freda Max Bill
$1,200 $2,100 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

FICTION
'50s TV
U.S. CITIES
ANCIENT TIMES
OPERA
"HOUSE"s
    $200 8
Book One of this H.G. Wells work is entitled "The Coming of the Martians"
    $200 26
On the 1st "Person to Person" TV show in 1953, he "visited" L. Stokowski, G. Vanderbilt & Roy Campanella
    $200 5
William Penn's design for this city made it the1st in the U.S. to use a grid pattern for the streets
    $200 2
It was a complaint by this "good" group that got Pontius Pilate recalled to Rome
    $200 1
Gian Carlo Menotti's opera "The Saint of Bleeker Street" is set in the Italian Qtr. of this city
    $200 14
Paraphrasing Matthew 12:25, Abe Lincoln said this kind of house "cannot stand"
    $400 9
Published in 1861, the sequel to this novel was called "Tom Brown at Oxford"
    $400 27
While Don Quixote's sidekick was Sancho, this cowboy's sidekick was Pancho
    $400 11
Michigan city that's nationally known for its cereals
    DD: $2,000 22
To make this, an Egyptian took a river reed, split the pith into strips & pounded & rubbed it smooth
    $400 3
This Norwegian never finished his only attempt at opera, "Olav Trygvason"
    $400 15
Michael Keaton played one of these in "Mr. Mom"
    $600 10
This 1844 novel was inspired by the memoirs of a 17th c. soldier, Charles de Baatz, d'Artagnan
    $600 28
The show's dancers were called "The Toastettes" when "The Ed Sullivan Show" was called this
    $600 19
Point Loma & Coronado Peninsulas shelter a natural deepwater harbor for this naval port city
    $600 23
This river flowed through the city of Babylon but has since shifted its course
    $600 4
Coloratura sopranos Dame Nellie Melba & Dame Joan Sutherland were both born in this country
    $600 16
"Are you now or have you ever been" is a phrase that was associated with this body
    DD: $1,400 12
The 1st line of this book is "What can you say about a 25-year-old girl who died?"
    $800 20
Many encyclopedias say the rapid, post-WWII growth of Phoenix can be credited to this invention
    $800 24
The book "Ancient World" calls these seagoing trading people the 1st middlemen
    $800 6
Donizetti based his opera about this famous Italian poisoner on a play by Victor Hugo
    $800 17
Nursery rhyme that includes the line "This is the farmer sowing the corn..."
    $1000 13
The title of this James Clavell novel refers to Struan's, the oldest trading house in Hong Kong
    $1000 21
The Smith brothers first made their cough drops in this N.Y. State city, home to Vassar
    $1000 25
The Palace of Knossos on this Mediterranean island even had bathrooms
    $1000 7
Stravinsky's opera "The Nightingale" is based on a story by this Danish author
    $1000 18
A Quakers "house" of worship

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Freda Max Bill
$6,400 $8,700 $8,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

MOVIES
Title of a 1960 S. Tracy film, it completes the bib. quote "He that troubleth his own house shall..."

Final scores:

Freda Max Bill
$5,000 $12,700 $3,900
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Freda Max Bill
$5,600 $7,100 $8,900
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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Game tape date: 1989-02-27
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