Responses for Show #1194 - Thursday, November 9, 1989

1989 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Tom Cubbage, a law student and winner of last year's College Tournament from Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Yael Sofaer, a programmer and analyst originally from Israel

Brian Wangsgard, a senior marketing representative originally from Ogden, Utah

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Jeopardy! Round responses

SPORTS
AMERICAN LITERATURE
COOKING
MEXICO
GLANDS
NAME'S THE SAME
    $100 6
Bunker & Water

Brian
    $100 18
"The Man Without a Country"

Brian
    $100 11
(Tom: What is Scotland?)

Ireland

Tom
Triple Stumper
    $100 24
the Aztecs

Brian
    $100 1
the stomach

Brian
    $100 16
a mosaic

Brian
    $200 7
baseball

Brian
    $200 20
A Confederacy of Dunces

Tom
    $200 12
grape jelly

Brian
    $200 25
Acapulco

Yael
    $200 2
the sebaceous glands

Yael
    $200 17
Arthur Miller

Tom
    $300 8
the foil

Tom
    $300 21
Truman Capote

Tom
    $300 13
cottage cheese

Brian
    $300 26
(Alex: Less than a minute to go in the round.)

Mestizos

Yael
    $300 3
(Yael: What is the hypothalamus?)

the pituitary gland

BrianYael
    $300 19
Roger Smith

Yael
    $400 9
Detroit Red Wings & Hartford Whalers

Brian
    $400 22
Frances Hodgson Burnett

Yael
    $400 14
scallops

Brian
    $400 27
(Yael: What is RPI?)
...
(Alex: Yael, you got them in the wrong order.)

PRI

Yael
Triple Stumper
    $400 4
the brain

Brian
    $5 29
(Alex: Yael, if I remember correctly, you hate audios, am I right?)
(Yael: Yes.)
...
(Yael: What is America?)
[The end-of-round signal sounds.]

Manhattan Transfer

Yael
    $500 10
(Yael: What are St. Louis, Washington...)

Chicago, St. Louis & Phoenix

BrianYael
    $500 23
Vachel Lindsay

Triple Stumper
    $500 15
baked

Triple Stumper
    $500 28
Porfirio Diaz

Yael
    $500 5
the thyroid gland

Brian

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

Brian Yael Tom
$3,400 -$600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Yael Tom
$3,700 $695 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

CONQUERORS
MUSIC
PHYSICS
DRAMA
LANGUAGES
BORN & DIED
    $200 6
(A: They didn't wreck them, they stole them instead!)

Vandals

Yael
    $200 18
Tchaikovsky

Triple Stumper
    $200 7
Misbegotten

Tom
    $200 1
Afrikaans

Yael
    $200 13
Jesus

Yael
    $400 12
Genghis Khan

Brian
    $400 19
(A: Mozart was a child)

W.A. Mozart

Yael
    $400 8
William Tell

Yael
    $400 2
Italian

Yael
    $400 14
Emily Dickinson

Brian
    $600 25
Egypt

Yael
    $600 20
L.V. Beethoven

Triple Stumper
    $600 9
"The Beggar's Opera"

Triple Stumper
    $600 3
English

Yael
    $600 15
Will Rogers

Brian
    $800 24
Chile

Triple Stumper
    $800 21
(Y: What is progression?)

Transposition/Modulation

Yael
Triple Stumper
    $800 27
(Brian: PHYSICS for $600.)
[The end-of-round signal sounds.]
(Alex: Oh, we won't get a chance for that clue...)

the Doppler effect

Brian
    $800 10
"Rossum's Universal Robots"

Triple Stumper
    $1,500 4
Brazil, Guyana, Suriname

Yael
    $2,000 16
(B: No response)

Robert Louis Stevenson

Brian
    $1000 23
(less than a minute to go....)

Granada

Triple Stumper
    $1000 22
Arnold Schoenberg

Tom
    $1000 26
thermodynamics

Brian
    $1000 11
"Endgame"

Tom
    $1000 5
French

Tom
    $1000 17
James MacNeil Whistler

Yael

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Yael Tom
$4,900 $5,395 $4,100

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

COMMUNICATIONS
(Alex: [To Brian] You always have a way of phrasing your questions in an unusual manner!)
...
(Alex: [To Yael] I believe pravda is "truth".)
TomWhat is Telegraph?
$4,099
BrianIs it Telegraph?
$4,900
YaelWhat is [something scribbled out] truth?
$4,406
Telegraph

Final scores:

Brian Yael Tom
$9,800 $989 $8,199
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Brian Yael Tom
$6,900 $4,700 $4,100
19 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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Game tape date: 1989-10-16
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