Show #2119 - Thursday, November 18, 1993

1993 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Fraser Woodford, a Teen Tournament winner from Lexington, Kentucky

Debby Arnold, a registered nurse from Atlanta, Georgia

Tom Nosek, an aerospace engineer from Torrance, California

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1990s
TOUGH TV TRIVIA
AMERICAN MUSEUMS
THE BIBLE
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
ANAGRAMS
    $100 9
In 1991, just 5 days after he resigned as party leader, Communist rule in the Soviet Union ended
    $100 6
Beverly Owen & Pat Priest both played Marilyn, the most normal-looking member of this bizarre family
    $100 1
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in this capital city has an exceptional collection of Himalayan art
    $100 15
In Exodus, this miracle occured after a strong east wind blew all night
    $100 5
The seedless navel is a sweet variety of this
    $100 13
She lazed around with F. Scott
    $200 10
He hinted he'd run for president in March of 1992, withdrew in July, then re-entered in October
    $200 7
This 1919 silent film classic inspired director Peter Sellers' PBS special "The Cabinet of Dr. Ramirez"
    $200 2
Lemont, Illinois has a museum of these jars that never stay full when there are children around
    $200 24
Type of event in Cana at which Jesus turned water into wine
    $200 16
Alligator pear is another term for this
    $200 20
We felt sorry for Megan when her dog had this skin disease
    $300 11
Navy Secretary H. Lawrence Garrett III resigned in the wake of this scandal
    $300 8
The real name of this member of Alan Brady's writing staff on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" was Maurice
    $300 3
Except for the entrance area, the National Museum of African Art in this city is completely underground
    $300 25
Of the four authors of the gospels, the one who was a tax collector
    $300 17
The plantain member of this fruit family, Musaceae, is also called Adam's fig
    $300 21
Ann never wears any gem paler than this one
    $400 12
This governor who was wounded in the gunfire that killed President Kennedy died in 1993
    $400 29
It was the last name of Aunt Bea, played by Frances Bavier, on "The Andy Griffith Show"
    DD: $500 4
The Winterthur Museum in this state displays Henry Francis DuPont's collection of American antiques
    $400 26
Luke 8:2 talks of Mary called Magdalene, out of whom went this many devils
    $400 18
A wedge of this fruit is the traditional accompaniment for a shot of tequila
    $400 22
Cilla redecorated her entire house in this shade of purple
    $500 14
After serving 2 years of a 10-year sentence, this junk bond king was released from prison
    $500 30
This famous woman came up with the title "Evening Shade" for a TV series produced by two of her friends
    $500 28
The Lila Acheson Wallace wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is named for the co-founder of this magazine
    $500 27
In the Book of Esther, he was hanged on the gallows that he had prepared for Mordecai
    $500 19
Called a nut when dried, this is the fruit of the soapberry tree, native to China
    $500 23
Rose loves to read about this Greek god -- how romantic!

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

Tom Debby Fraser
$1,200 $700 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Debby Fraser
$2,000 $2,500 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS SCIENTISTS
ISLANDS
CLASSICAL COMPOSERS
LANGUAGES
BRITISH POETS
RUTHERFORD B. HAYES
    $200 6
Sadly, both she & her daughter Irene, also a scientist, died of leukemia caused by radiation
    $200 11
Due to its icecap, no one is sure whether this world's largest island is one island or many
    $200 16
His father, a Salzburg teacher, wrote a treatise on the fundamental principles of violin playing
    $200 21
Encyclopedia Americana calls the Homeric form of this "an artificial literary language"
    $200 26
His "Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect" was published in 1786 with about half the 600 copies pre-sold
    $200 1
Hayes' number as president, or the century in which he served
    $400 7
Much of our knowledge of ancient science comes from a 37-book work by this naturalist, The Elder
    $400 12
Japan's highest mountain range, the Japanese Alps, rises in the central part of this island
    $400 17
In 1859 this "Swan Lake" composer graduated from the St. Petersburg School of Jurisprudence
    $400 22
The word Mexico comes from Nahuatl, the language of the Toltecs & these other ancient people
    $400 27
Before this poet died on October 25, 1400, he was living in a house in the garden of Westminster Abbey
    $400 2
When William Wheeler was first suggested for this post, Hayes asked "Who is Wheeler?"
    $600 8
This botanist, known for his classification system, was also the first to use the symbols for male & female
    $600 13
A 15 1/2-mile-long causeway connects this Persian Gulf nation with the Saudi Arabian mainland
    $600 18
His "Water Music" was performed during an aquatic fete held by King George I on the Thames July 17, 1717
    $600 23
Abruzzese is a dialect of this language
    $600 28
The first line of this poet's "Endymion" is "A thing of beauty is a joy for ever"
    $600 3
Hayes' wife, she was the 1st first lady to earn a college degree
    $800 9
In 1918 this orignator of the quantum theory won the Nobel Prize for Physics
    $800 14
The largest of Spain's Balearic Islands, it's been called the "Pearl of the Mediterranean"
    $800 19
His "Fingal's Cave" is also known as the "Hebrides Overture"
    $800 24
Rif is a Berber language spoken mainly in the northern part of this continent
    DD: $3,500 29
In 1883 Queen Victoria gave this poet laureate the title "Baron of Aldworth & Freshwater"
    $800 4
His last executive order was to ban the sale of this at army camps & forts
    $1000 10
In 1913 this Danish physicist proposed the first modern model of the atom
    $1000 15
In 1616 Jacob Lemaire became the first European to see what is now this Pacific island kingdom
    $1000 20
In 1855 this "Orpheus in the Underworld" composer opened his own theater, the Bouffes Parisiens
    DD: $2,000 25
The fables known as the Panchatantra were originally written in this classical language
    $1000 30
In 1714, two years after "The Rape of the Lock" was first published, he expanded it from 2 cantos to 5
    $1000 5
Hayes served two terms as governor of this state

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Debby Fraser
$13,100 $2,700 $9,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
On June 27, 1525 he married former nun Katherine von Bora

Final scores:

Tom Debby Fraser
$13,100 $0 $7,500
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Debby Fraser
$10,400 $2,600 $8,500
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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