Show #2932 - Tuesday, May 6, 1997

1997 International Tournament semifinal game 2.
From Stockholm, Sweden.

Contestants

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Murat Sen, an aviation manager from Turkey

Eva Holmberg, a high school teacher from Gothenburg, Sweden

Michael Daunt, an accountant from Canada

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Jeopardy! Round

NAME THE AUTHOR
(SAG FORFATTAREN)
INTERNATIONAL FOOD & DRINK
(INTERNATIONELLA MAT & DRYCK)
DISCOVERIES
(UPPTACKAS)
BALLET
(BALLETT)
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
(HOGSKOLOR & UNIVERSITET)
ENDS WITH "IST"
(SLUTAR MED "IST")
    $100 2
The "Iliad",
The "Odyssey"
    $100 21
Sushi, which is most associated with this country, is often flavored with rice vinegar
    $100 1
In 1947 a Bedouin discovered important scrolls in a cave on the shore of this sea
    $100 26
The Royal Danish Ballet has been based in this capital city for more than 200 years
    $100 16
Founded in 1348, Charles University in this Czech capital is the oldest university in central Europe
    $100 11
At the grocery store, one of these can help you remember what to buy
    $200 3
"The Andromeda Strain",
"Jurassic Park"
    $200 22
Swedish for "bread & butter table", it's a Swedish buffet featuring an assortment of taste treats
    $200 4
"Sir Humphry Davy/
Abominated gravy/
He lived in the odium/
of having discovered" this rhyming element
    $200 27
Part I of the ballet "Jewels" is named for these green gems; Part II is called "Rubies"
    $200 17
Opened around 1257, it's now a part of the universities of Paris
    $200 12
It connects the hand & the forearm
    $300 5
"The Idiot",
"Crime and Punishment"
    $300 23
Many hot, spicy dishes such as Szechwan shrimp originated in this country's Szechwan province
    $300 8
The 1820 discovery of this continent is claimed by both sailors & sealers
    $300 28
"Noblissima Visione" is a dramatic, stylized ballet about this saint of Assisi
    $300 18
From 1902 to 1938, Sigmund Freud served as a professor of neuropathology at this university
    $300 13
It's like fog but doesn't reduce visibility as much
    $400 6
"The Tin Drum",
"Dog Years"
    $400 24
Jerk chicken is a specialty of this Caribbean island, the home of reggae music
    $400 9
It was the first subatomic particle discovered 100 years ago by J.J. Thomson
    $400 19
The Radcliffe Camera, a domed building at this British university, is a reading room for the Bodleian Library
    $400 14
It's a person who travels for fun
    $500 7
"The Stranger",
"The Plague"
    $500 25
The Rioja region of this European country is noted for its wines
    DD: $1,000 10
Unexplained movements by Uranus led to the discovery of this planet in the 1840s
    $500 20
Monrovia is home to the university of this African country
    $500 15
Performer who can put you in a trancelike state that leaves you open to suggestion

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Michael Eva Murat
$3,700 $500 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Eva Murat
$5,100 $2,000 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC EUROPEAN LEADERS
(HISTORISKA EUROPEISKA LEDARE)
COMIC ACTORS
(KOMIKER)
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
(VARLDS GEOGRAFI)
POTPOURRI
(POTPURRI)
PLAYS & PLAYWRIGHTS
(PJASER & DRAMATIKER)
PARDONNEZ MON FRANCAIS
    $200 6
He was Soviet president at the time the Berlin Wall came down
    $200 1
He was a star in British Vaudeville before creating the "Little Tramp" onscreen
    $200 21
This country's Lake Balaton, just southwest of Budapest, is central Europe's largest lake
    $200 11
Ganymede & Callisto are the largest moons of this largest planet
    $200 14
"Protest" is a semi-autobiographical play by this president of the Czech Republic
    $200 26
Raising his glass, a Frenchman might say, "A votre sante", which means this
    $400 7
When she died in 1504, the rule of Castille was passed on to her mad daughter Juana
    $400 2
His title roles have included "Ace Ventura" & half of "Dumb & Dumber"
    $400 22
Peru's highest peaks, Huascaran & Yerupaja, lie in this range
    $400 12
The dromedary type of this mammal has 1 hump; the Bactrian has 2
    $400 15
Scene VI of George Bernard Shaw's play about this female saint is set in Rouen in 1431
    $400 28
A pas de trois is a dance for this many people
    $600 8
In 1963 he was made Yugoslavia's president for life; he lived until 1980
    $600 3
Martin Short, John Candy & Dan Aykroyd were all born in this country
    $600 23
Bhopal is the capital of this country's Madhya Pradesh state
    $600 13
This airline was founded in 1920 as the Queensland & Northern Territory Aerial Services Ltd.
    $600 16
A count's daughter seduces a servant in this Swede's 1880s drama "Miss Julie"
    $600 29
At Le Bureau de Poste, you may buy les timbres, these
    $800 9
Succeeding his brother Richard the Lionhearted as king, he also succeeded in alienating everyone he knew
    $800 4
20 years after playing Woody Allen's "Annie Hall", she's become a respected film director
    $800 24
In 1991, after years of construction, the new city of Abuja replaced Lagos as this country's capital
    $800 19
In 1783 these brothers demonstrated their hot air balloon to Louis XVI & Marie Antoinette
    $800 17
"La Cantatrice Chauve", or "The Bald Soprano", is an Absurdist play by this author of "Rhinoceros"
    $800 30
To play vingt-et-un, you need these items
    $1000 10
The patron saint of Bohemia is this "good king"
    $1000 5
Seen in "Evita", this sex symbol from Malaga gained fame in the offbeat comic films of Pedro Almodovar
    $1000 25
This island group also claimed by Argentina was named by the British for a treasurer of the British navy
    $1000 20
In mythology Laius & Oedipus both reigned over this Greek city
    DD: $1,000 18
This American won a 1928 Pulitzer Prize for his very long, 9-act drama "Strange Interlude"
    DD: $1,500 27
Beaumarchais title character you might visit for "une coupe de cheveux"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Eva Murat
$15,400 $7,600 $2,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 7 ANCIENT WONDERS
These 2 oldest wonders were built by non-Greek civilizations

Final scores:

Michael Eva Murat
$15,400 $1 $4,600
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michael Eva Murat
$14,400 $7,600 $2,300
29 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
20 R,
0 W
7 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,300

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