Show #2118 - Wednesday, November 17, 1993

1993 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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David Tiemann, a high school teacher from Brunswick, Maine

Walt Senterfitt, a registered nurse and Ph.D candidate from Los Angeles, California

Leslie Miller, a business communications representative originally from Reston, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
POP MUSIC
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
ANIMALS
DESIGN
FOREIGN WORDS & PHRASES
    $100 1
Colleges in this city include Harold Washington, Malcolm X & Richard J. Daley
    $100 11
"Oh, Pretty Woman" in 1964 was this artist's last Top 10 hit until "You Got It" reached No. 9 in 1989
    $100 13
In 1972 this company introduced its SX-70 instant camera, which was only one inch thick when closed
    $100 14
In the marsupial mole, hearing & this sense are poorly developed
    $100 16
Antique majolica pottery was often decorated in the cobalt shade of this color
    $100 6
Romanians call this musical instrument a flaut
    $200 2
171-foot-wide Canal Street runs from Lake Pontchartrain to the Mississippi River in this city
    $200 27
In 1962 he teamed with Dee Dee Sharp to record yet another dance hit, "Slow Twistin'"
    $200 15
This baby food company once used the slogan "Babies Are Our Business, Our Only Business"
    $200 24
In the mistaken belief that it washes its food, it was given the scientific name lotor, meaning "washer"
    $200 17
Coquiage is a design motif that features representaions of these items you find by the sea
    $200 7
Travelers in Italy should know that the sign "Fermata d'Autobus" means this
    $300 3
This city's metropolitan area has the largest Jewish population of any city in the world
    $300 28
No. 1 song that begins "Imagine me and you, I do, I think about you day and night..."
    $300 18
This package delivery firm was founded in 1907 as the American Messenger Company
    $300 12
The Indian species of this cobra killer can be tamed when young
    $300 21
During Victorian times, objects made from this molded paper pulp were often inlaid with mother-of-pearl
    $300 8
"Buon dia" is Portuguese for this greeting
    $400 4
Paterson, in this state, was once known as "America's Silk City"
    $400 29
This Irish group's "Rattle and Hum" album topped both the U.S. & U.K. album charts
    $400 19
This winery in Modesto, California is the world's largest, & accounts for more than 25% of the U.S. market
    $400 25
In this type of crab, the male has a large claw & waves it like a violinist's bow
    $400 22
Carriage clocks had these on top because they were designed to be carried on carriages
    $400 9
In Norwegian this body part is the tommelfinger
    $500 5
Giant Springs, one of the world's largest freshwater springs, is located at this "great" Montana city
    $500 30
In 1983 this group from down under hit it big with "Down Under"
    DD: $1,000 20
In 1952 Kemmons Wilson opened the first motel in this chain, on the outskirts of Memphis
    $500 26
Extinct for hundreds of years, the elephant bird weighed 1,000 pounds & lived on this east African island
    $500 23
It is incorrect to refer to grotesque carved beasts on buildings as these, unless they drain water
    $500 10
The Spanish word for this ever-popular hobby is jardineria

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

Leslie Walt David
$500 $2,000 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Walt David
$2,000 $5,300 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE MIDDLE AGES
1950s WOMEN
SEAS
ARTISTS
FOOD
MODERN NOVELS
    $200 18
It lasted so long that it should have been called the "116 Years War"
    $200 6
In 1956 Dr. William Masters hired her as an assistant in his sex research project
    $200 8
The completion of the Panama Canal made this one of the world's most traveled seas
    $200 13
At her 100th birthday celebration in 1960, she performed a jig with her doctor
    $200 1
To earn the name, Smithfield hams must be cured in the area around Smithfield in this state
    $200 26
This novel contains the line, "Well, Clarice, have the lambs stopped screaming?"
    $400 19
Medieval people did this with swords around maypoles & in chain formations
    $400 7
On August 8, 1950 Florence Chadwick broke her 1926 English Channel swim record
    $400 9
The Wedell Sea, off this continent, is said to have the clearest waters of any
    $400 14
HIs "Self-Portrait With Pipe and Bandaged Ear" is part of the Leigh B. Block collection in Chicago
    $400 2
Foie gras is the liver of ducks or these animals fattened by force-feeding
    $400 27
Herman Wouk called this 1971 novel "a prologue to 'War And Remembrance'"
    $600 20
This monk who led the Peasants' Crusade is known in French as Pierre l'Ermite
    $600 15
On January 7, 1955 she made history as the first black in a major role at the Metropolitan Opera
    $600 10
New Zealand is bordered by the south Pacific Ocean on the east & by this sea on the west
    $600 21
He sculpted George Bernard Shaw & Nijinsky as well as Balzac & Victor Hugo
    $600 3
The minneola is a popular variety of this cross between a tangerine & grapefruit
    $600 28
A line from this playwright's "Sonnet 18" inspired the title of John Mortimer's book "Summer's Lease"
    $800 24
This tower-like structure, the strongest part of a medieval castle, is also called the donjon
    $800 16
She served as U.S. Ambassador to Italy 1953-1956 & to Brazil for less than a month in 1959
    DD: $1,000 11
Gdansk, Poland is a major port on this sea
    $800 22
Some of his paintings like "The Sleeping Gypsy" strongly influenced the Surrealist movement
    $800 4
This puffy pudding is often served with roast beef in Britain
    $800 29
At the end of this Pat Conroy novel, Tom Wingo whispers, "Lowenstein, Lowenstein"
    DD: $1,200 25
This king of England was killed by a Norman arrow at the Battle of Hastings
    $1000 17
Betty Friedan said that as a feminist she owes much to this author of "The Second Sex", published in the U.S. in 1953
    $1000 12
Named for one of Jupiter's loves, this sea is the deepest part of the Mediterranean
    $1000 23
Last name of Willem & Elaine, husband & wife who were both significant 20th century artists
    $1000 5
This dish consists of poached peaches filled with ice cream & topped with raspberry sauce
    $1000 30
This author proclaimed the amoeba the official mascot of his novel "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Walt David
$5,200 $13,100 $4,400
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
(Alex: This is, after all, Geography Awareness Week.)
It's the northernmost mountain in the world over 20,000 feet in elevation

Final scores:

Leslie Walt David
$10,400 $15,600 $8,800
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Leslie Walt David
$5,200 $13,600 $4,400
15 R,
2 W
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $23,200

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