Show #2117 - Tuesday, November 16, 1993

1993 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 2.

Contestants

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Phoebe Juel, a College Tournament winner from Sylva, North Carolina

Linda Sheppard, a housewife from Hayward, California

Ed Schiffer, a college lecturer from Santa Monica, California

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Jeopardy! Round

SICKNESS & HEALTH
THE FUNNIES
TRAVEL U.S.A.
PLAYS
PEOPLE
HODGEPODGE
    $100 19
By definition, a person with Type 1 diabetes is dependent on this
    $100 25
Of B.A., B.B., B.C. or B.D., the one in "Doonesbury"
    $100 10
Ask for directions in Waikiki & you may be told "mauka", toward the mountains, or "makai", toward this
    $100 1
Much of her play "Murder on the Nile" takes place by the temple of Abu Simbel
    $100 20
This New York governor is the son of immigrant parents from Salerno, Italy
    $100 26
"Joy of Cooking" suggests adding paprika & lemon juice to the juice of this fermented cabbage
    $200 12
Emotional instability & irritability are symptoms of this condition abbreviated PMS
    DD: $500 4
This character's last name, Andrews, has only been mentioned on a TV special, never in the strip:
[video clue]
    $200 11
The area where William Penn came ashore in 1682 is now Penn's Landing, a park in this city
    $200 2
This title teacher tells her little girls, "I am dedicated to you in my prime"
    $200 21
As a child, he billed himself as "Davino, the Boy Magician"; now he uses this Dickens name
    $200 27
Ancient Egyptians used this hair dye on the soles of their feet, too
    $300 16
Attacks occur about every fourth day in the quartan form of this mosquito-transmitted disease
    $300 5
In this Viking strip, Dr. Zouk adopted a baby dragon
    $300 13
VMI's museum has one of these stuffed & mounted that belonged to Stonewall Jackson
    $300 3
Set in a state mental hospital in the Pacific Northwest, this 1963 play is based on a Ken Kesey novel
    $300 22
In 1993 Don Juan de Borbon y Battenberg, the 79-year-old father of this monarch, passed away
    $300 28
The Perry Ellis Award is presented to people in this field
    $400 17
From the Greek for "beautiful strong", it's an exercise program that will shape you up
    $400 6
He's Mother Goose's dog
    $400 14
The Truman Sports Complex in this city isn't home to the presidents, but to the Chiefs
    $400 8
This play about a jury is based on a classic "Studio One" teleplay by Reginald Rose
    $400 23
This "20/20" host got his start in television as the MC for "The Kukla, Fran & Ollie Show"
    $400 29
In 1505, Prince Jean the II was murdered by his brother Lucien in this tiny principality on the Riviera
    $500 18
The walking type of this disease is caused by mycoplasma bacteria
    $500 7
Blondie's now a caterer & Lois from "Hi and Lois" is this type of agent
    $500 15
Halls of fame in this city include those for softball & cowboys
    $500 9
The 1957 play "Miss Lonelyhearts" is dedicated to the memory of this author who wrote the novel
    $500 24
This current chairman of the Federal Reserve Board was an ardent follower & friend of Ayn Rand
    $500 30
The National Gallery of Victoria is in this Australian city, capital of the state of Victoria

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

Ed Linda Phoebe
$1,400 $1,400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Linda Phoebe
$3,500 $2,000 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHY
ANCIENT WISDOM
TEETH
LIBRARIES
PSYCHOLOGY
WILLIAM & MARY
    $200 3
The Mother & the Father are two active ones of these on New Britain Island in the Bismarck Archipelago
    $200 1
Terence said this "removes distress; it's a great wound-healer, too"
    $200 11
Much of the fossil ivory found in the tundra is from these wooly animals
    $200 30
This state's largest public library is in Sioux Falls
    $200 17
A method of trying to predict the future scientifically was named for this oracle
    $200 15
When Mary was born, her father was the Duke of this, a title now held by Prince Andrew
    $400 4
The Federal Islamic Republic of the Comoros lies in this ocean in the Mozambique Channel
    $400 2
Publilius Cyrus said this about a rolling stone way back in the 1st century B.C.
    $400 12
Term for a partial denture
    $400 29
The USA's oldest library building is the Redwood Library, built between 1748-1750 in Newport, in this state
    $400 18
Dementia pugilistica is so named because it often affects people in this sport
    $400 20
Like many monarchs before them, William & Mary were crowned in this London landmark
    $600 5
In the mid-19th century the Sultan of Zanzibar established Dar es Salaam, which means "haven of" this
    $600 8
"Friends have all things in common" is a wise saying from one of his dialogues
    $600 13
It's the dentist's term for "heavily-wedged" & applies to some wisdom teeth
    $600 28
The U.S. Copyright Office is one of its departments
    $600 19
Ailurophobia is the fear of these pets
    $600 21
In his diary he wrote about the couple as children, calling William "very pretty" & Mary "a fine dancer"
    DD: $1,000 6
Ajman, Abu Dhabi & Dubai are 3 of this nation's 7 autonomous states
    $800 9
"There is no benefit in the gifts of a bad man", this playwright warned in "Medea"
    $800 14
This cooking term is Italian for "to the tooth"
    DD: $1,000 26
Founded in 1895, the Carnegie Library is this city's main public library
    $800 22
This philosophical movement associated with Sartre inspired a form of psychotherapy
    $800 23
William was born in 1650, the year after this king, his maternal grandfather, was beheaded
    $1000 7
Once known as Urga, this capital city is the cultural center of Mongolia
    $1000 10
"Old men are children for a second time", observed this playwright in "The Clouds"
    $1000 16
These teeth are found between your lateral incisors & your first pre-molars
    $1000 27
This Oxford library was stripped of books around 1550 but reopened 50 years later
    $1000 25
This syndrome is characterized by involuntary tics, odd noises & shouted obscenities
    $1000 24
Popular name given the 1688 English Revolution that brought them to the throne

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Linda Phoebe
$8,500 $6,400 $8,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY TERMS
Jonathan Swift defined it as "a glass wherein beholders discover everybody's face but their own"

Final scores:

Ed Linda Phoebe
$16,601 $0 $13,300
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ed Linda Phoebe
$8,500 $6,400 $8,800
20 R,
0 W
15 R,
1 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,700

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